Popular Channel 4 series SAS: Who Dares Wins branched out to the U.S.A in 2016.

The Selection USA, or The Selection: Special Operations Experiment as it is known in the States, is now available to watch via the official Channel 4 media player, ALL4.

While it has many similarities to the U.K series, The Selection is considered even more brutal. There’s real-life exposure to dangers such as tear gas and hand-to-hand combat drills without gloved protection.

This is a must-watch!

Base; Mark, Milo, Rick, James and Sam

How to Watch The Selection USA

The entire eight-episode series of The Selection USA season 1 is available to watch on ALL4.

There is no season 2.


With a score of 8.8/10 on IMDB, this gives the show a higher rating than the U.K’s SAS: Who Dares Wins franchise.

Check out the trailer below!

The Selection USA Cast – Meet the Instructors!

Marcus Capone:

Marcus is the head of the team and a former Navy SEAL, retiring in 2013 following 13 years of service.

The 6ft 4 brute is an expert in advanced explosives, personal security, pistol and rifle use, close quarters combat, military free-fall, driving and combat diving.

He is now a business executive.

Screen Shot: The Selection USA

Screen Shot: The Selection USA

Sean Haggerty:

Sean is a Special Forces Green Berets veteran who went on to become a fitness coach.

Screen Shot: The Selection USA

Screen Shot: The Selection USA

Ray Care:

Ray is a 12-year veteran of the United States Navy who also spent 10 years serving as a SEAL.

Based on those short, Ray also has terrible fashion sense.

Donnie Bowen:

Donnie retired after 22 years in the US Army, of which 13 years were in Special Operations. He also appeared on the U.S.A series Thank You for Your Service.

He now runs a mixed martial arts combat centre.

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As a father, a martial artist, and a Christian, my standards for my family are the same that I would try to uphold for myself. Any good parent, coach, &/or teacher would want their child, athlete, &/or student to be better, faster, stronger, & smarter than them. But you have to keep moving that mark forward by continuing to challenge yourself. Don’t just give them a set mark to shoot for, teach them leadership by being the point man, then allow them to take point one day (but continue mentoring). I have taught my children that martial arts is a life skill, a survival art, that if needed one day they would have some necessary skills to possibly survive, &/or control, the outcome of certain situations. The sport side of martial arts is necessary too because it keeps you on your toes and allows you to have a faster response to similar situations. The only difference is in sport there are rules so as to not seriously injure anyone, in a life threatening situation there aren’t any and in order to survive you must injure the person(s). So you must understand the mindset in each situation, and respond accordingly. “It is better to be a warrior in the garden, than a gardener during war” ~ Sun Tzu, The Art of War Give your child the gift of survival. Any question about how to locate a training facility in your location, please DM me, and I will try my best to point you in good direction. Be safe or be very dangerous! 🇺🇸 #nousdefions #DeOppressoLiber #clarksvilletn #usawrestling #usajudo#bjjblackbelt #judoblackbelt #fatherandson #greenberet #survival #iamsecond #usa #usarmy

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