OK, so I figure if I can post a thread about the Robot Combat League 'cause it's got loose MMA ties, then I'll post about this show, too:
It's just impossible to comprehend Tim Kennedy's fascination with cooking combined with his propensity to kill other people with military-issued weapons. When he was assigned to the 7th Special Forces Group, Kennedy was a sniper, sniper instructor and the principal combatives instructor for the C Company, 3rd Battalion. All of that sounds really important, therefore it puzzles me that he chose Call of Duty over Battlefield to dispense his digital sniping expertise. If you're into the equivalent of a 'pop' experience devoid of any substance, go with Call of Duty. It's the Britney Spears of military simulations. Sorry Activision, you can't fool us with your elaborate special-edition game packages (despite how cool it really is). One day we'll convince him to go with Battlefield, but in the meantime we'll just ogle over Tim Kennedy appearing in 'Ultimate Soldier Challenge,' a show on the History Channel dedicated to discovering which military force is the greatest on the planet.