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Only the fastest, smartest and strongest survive the dangerous, unpredictable worlds of covert operations, elite combat and law enforcement. Surviving the challenges presented in "One Man Army" will make the operatives $10,000 richer too. U.S. Army Special Forces veteran and former Green Beret Mykel Hawke ("Man, Woman, Wild") puts each episode's four competitors, including men from the Navy SEALs, Marines, U.S. Marshals Service and SWAT members, through speed, power and intelligence tests. The challenger with the slowest time in each round is eliminated until a "One Man Army" emerges and pockets the cash prize.

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Tunneling under and going over a series of fences; breaking free from an ice truck; deactivating a series of bombs.
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A grueling 4-way tug of war; escaping an underwater coffin; a life and death memory challenge.
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A U.S. Marine, a Dallas police officer, a U.S. Army officer and an Air Force pilot compete.
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A battle of speed, strength, and wits ensues as the operatives face a web of lasers, a gladiator style tug-of-war, and enemy capture.
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Traversing a series of walls while carrying an 80 pound load; diffusing a hurt locker of bombs.
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Navigating a complex maze; a gladiator style tug-of-war; escaping a captor's jail cell.
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An MMA fighter, two Marines and a Navy SEAL veteran face off in a challenge that includes shooting skills and a door-busting beach course.
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Competitors must escape from a water coffin, dig through a mined obstacle course and break the codes on a series of safes while suspended upside down.
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Four highly trained operatives from the diverse worlds of the Army Rangers, security contractors, U.S. Marshals, and tactical weapons instructors compete for the title.

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