The Challenges - Weapons & Facilities
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Tune in each week as ten Special Ops Operators put their skills to the test against each other in the one-of-a-kind, authentic Maximum Warrior challenge for the ultimate prize — a 2012 Jeep® Wrangler Call of Duty®: MW3 Edition!
Our Warriors must be experts with all types of firearms — from the classics to the most modern weaponry available. GLOCK and Remington provided the firearms for the 2011 Maximum Warrior competition.
The Warriors + Civilians
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Ten elite combat veterans on ten grueling missions — But only one will earn the title of Maximum Warrior, and a 2012 Jeep® Wrangler Call of Duty®: MW3 Edition. The other nine will get our sincere thanks. Watch each of their interviews and see if you can pick out the Maximum Warrior among them.
And beginning November, we'll pair up a civilian with a Warrior to compete in a ten team, five challenge Pro-Am competition for $5000 a piece — and bragging rights.
The 2010 Maximum Warrior, Erickson returns to the same event he dominated a year earlier but this time as the organizer and key advisor. Since winning, Erickson has been working as an advisor at T1G(the facility hosting our competition), which he describes as "a Disney World for guys, or one-stop shopping for all the military training you need."
An instructor at T1G, Raj knows this facility inside and out. A veteran of the USMC recon unit, Raj helped to design and test many of the events the warriors will be competing in. He notes that physical fitness and a general understanding of a variety of weapons will be the keys to success for the warriors.
A United States Marine Corps veteran and competitor in the 2010 Maximum Warrior competition, the 23-year-old Meyer received the Medal of Honor from President Obama on September 15th, 2011. Meyer is here as an instructor and advisor to the competitors and says, "it's going to be physical, it's going to be realistic, and the warriors will be put to the test."
Jay Della Bella
On Anticipation for the Event...
I was excited to meet the competitors in
the event because I knew they were the best in their branch of the military. I have a lot of respect for what these guys have done and continue to do throughout their careers.