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Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Special Forces Assessment and Selection Prep Guide

To get ready for Special Forces Assessment and Selection you need to be in peak physical condition this guide will help you. Provided by the Army, it is not for the faint of heart. The program is designed to weed out the inferior-minded. 1% of the population goes into the military, 18% may try for SFAS and only 2% of that will actually be selected. You will go through an extensive medical evaluation.

When you look at the guide keep in mind that this is just the preparation part and after this, you will most likely be in the best shape of your life. However, this is only building the foundation for what is to come.

In 2002 I finished the guide and was the fastest runner in my company and was denied because of a medical issue found that prevented me from Airborne training. Ultimately, the Army wouldn't let me be all I could be. LOL

I had other selection candidates I trained with telling me I would make it just fine, but Colonel Kevin Keenan without ever seeing me in person denied my entry just from looking at my paperwork. With a swipe of the pen, it was the beginning of the end of my military career.

Also, I would like to note if you are currently in the military like I was at the time and at your re-enlistment time window, which is usually a year prior to your exit date on file. DO NOT RE-ENLIST with your company recruiter. Re-enlist with the Special Forces Recruiter. He or She will get you the bonus you probably qualified for. Your Company recruiter from your division will not look out for you.

Even though I was denied, had I re-enlisted with them I would have gotten some of the bonus. Learn from my mistakes. When I was in the Army, you weren't allowed to try for Special Forces until you were an E-4 or above. That's Specialist or Corporal as a starting rank to apply. Nowadays, I hear you can just sign up fresh into the Army. I think that is a mistake, but I'm sure it's because of low recruitment during wartime.

Another great read that you should look into is


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