NZSAS First Among Equals – Part 4

NZSAS: First Among Equals is a world first – an exclusive documentary series about the inner workings of this country’s most famous elite, the “top 1 percenters” of the new zealand defence force – better known as the NZSAS. Based on 3 years of unprecedented access, this New Zealand series includes never before seen footage of the successful few who’ve earned a place in New Zealand’s leading military unit. It observes them under pressure as they struggle to learn a multitude of expert skills including parachuting, marksmanship, demolitions, infiltration, survival techniques and communications – all to the SAS benchmark.

25 Comments on "NZSAS First Among Equals – Part 4"

  1. Whangapirita | April 24, 2010 at 8:37 pm |

    This is challenging to the extreme. I dont even no of you can prepare 4 dis….its all mental power

  2. britishfetishman101 | April 24, 2010 at 9:21 pm |

    is there a time limit for the 60km march? because i didn’t really hear it in the video.
    by the way for all the kiwis watching this NZSAS kicks ass, fucking wish i could join cheers from Canada =)

  3. you would like that aye?

  4. mofuk242501 | April 24, 2010 at 10:07 pm |

    I think I’ll just rest a bit

    “hurry up doesn’t take that long to sort out your gear”


  5. wobbygongman | April 24, 2010 at 10:33 pm |

    Imagine how awesome it would feel for them to just take off all their clothes.

  6. “i’ve never been so hungry in my life” selection is balls to the walls!

  7. a fair comment, its not about who’s best

  8. comparing seals to sas is like comparing a rugby? team to a soccer team. They are altogether different beasts. Once selection reaches a certain level of difficulty any elevation is pointless you either have the mental toughness to go on or you dont. Perhaps SAS trials are harder, who cares. 99.9% of people couldn’t stay awake in freezing cold for 5 and a half days like the seals, just like 99.9% of people can’t complete SAS selection This chest beating going on in here is lame to the extreme.

  9. Some of my friends did seal selection from here in NZ we have an exchange program between defence forces and said it waseasier than SAS selection, no disrespect to the seals it was still a hard slogg, harder than any form of normal soldiering.

  10. seals are tough but sas is better trust me

  11. SAS by far! SEALs are over rated.

  12. 1stCAVMeserve | April 25, 2010 at 3:05 am |

    I wander witch soldiers have greater endurance.. SAS or US SEALS.
    It sure would be a nice match.

  13. dontfuckwithus | April 25, 2010 at 3:55 am |

    A joint Australian and NZ team would kick ass

  14. is it just me,or does this clip always freeze at a certain point ??

  15. sure is

  16. I think so

  17. jump89nick | April 25, 2010 at 5:59 am |

    Im pretty sure thats Port Waikato where they start the 60k treck

  18. are the bag weights the same for all soldiers regardless of their weight and height etc

  19. freakybauernhof | April 25, 2010 at 7:38 am |

    i just wanna say that for example german ksk or israelĀ“s chaheret matkal are maybe as good as sas

  20. SAS soldiers are known around the world as the best of the best but people have their opinions

  21. theres 4…

  22. Yes to bad

  23. NzMuRdErSYoU | April 25, 2010 at 9:29 am |

    arnt they the 3 navigation days? or am i wrong

  24. mm probably it woaen”t alowed to be on TV

  25. does anyone know what happens in days 5.6.7? because it seems as though they skip from the end of navigation day4 to von tempsky day 8????

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