In Latvia, trying out for Special Forces involves a series of phobia tests that include trust falls from bridges, drown proofing, stepping in the ring with a fighting instructor and 9 days alone in the frozen woods.
The selection process to audition for the tiny country’s special forces unit, whose motto is “The Brave Man Wins” comes only after a six-month long pre-selection that vets a candidate for what is to come.
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