Feb 7, 2020
Zach Hughes was a US Special Forces Green Beret who served in Afghanistan until he was injured by an RPG during an attack.
In this episode we go deep into the selection and training process that special forces soldiers have to endure, with a special emphasis on mental toughness.
01:16 - The decision making process
to become a Green Beret
04:55 - The differences between the Green Berets, the Seals, the Rangers and Delta Force
09:01 - The capture and killing of Osama Bin Laden
13:11 - The Green Beret selection process
29:25 - What happens in the 2 year Green Beret course
38:20 - Physical training to prepare for special forces
44:02 - How do you prepare for the lack of sleep
48:26 - The Afghanistan deployment
52:56 - Getting hit by an RPG during an attack
56:34 - Transitioning out of special forces to civilian life
01:02:38 - The advice Zack most often gives to people
01:05:57 - How to find and contact Zack
Zack is currently the COO of Elite Meet, a networking company dedicated to matching former special forces soldiers and fighter pilots with prospective employers.
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