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Take on the survival training experience alongside the full Commando course
Camping trips don’t get more adventurous than the experience of camping overnight and training, just like a Royal Marine Commando would. This November, Commandos-in-training can get together and experience true survival conditions in the Commando Series at Kent’s Hever Castle on 13th – 14th November.
If you are currently serving in the royal marines, you are eligible for a 50% discounted race.
The Commando Series experience has just gotten tougher. Commandos-in-training now have the option of taking on the course for a second time, tackling a total of 12km and each of the 15 obstacles for a second time. Participants can also experience what real Commando training is like adding the weight of the full Commando kit to carry around the whole course.
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Commando Series, a new 6km obstacle challenge event for 2015 at Hever Castle in Kent, has announced it will be partnering with Six Physio and KitBrix. The two new partner brands will support the event in its first year when Commando Series takes place on Saturday 14th November.
Get the squad training together and finish Commando Series as a team
New team event encourages businesses to go commando
Commando Series, the new team challenge event, takes place on Saturday 14th November, whether you’re from the office, a group of friends or looking for a special experience the obstacle course is a great way to build team spirit. The Commando Series at Hever Castle in Kent will challenge and motivate a team to work together for the glory of making it to the finish line as one.
Commando Series, a 6km obstacle challenge is an endurance test like no other. Coming to Hever Castle in Kent on Saturday 14th November for the first time ever, Commando Series gives all ages and abilities the opportunity to experience the mud, sweat and pain of real, modern day, commando training, taking on 15 gruelling obstacles over a “wild” terrain course. The endurance obstacle course is endorsed by, national charity partner, the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund.