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    So when is the show going to start airing? There isnt any good ones on the TV right now that I could find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by upnorth View Post
    I suspect that it wont go over well if Cody wants to cuddle for shared body heat.
    cody helped select him..

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    Dual Survival 3 Press Release

    Discovery Channel’s DUAL SURVIVAL returns for an all-new season on Tuesday, January 1, 2013 with the one-hour special DUAL SURVIVAL: UNBRAIDED airing at 8PM E/P and the first episode of the new season, “Mars on Earth,” airing at 9PM E/P. DUAL SURVIVAL series features two people with drastically different backgrounds and survival strategies who take on some of the planet’s most unforgiving terrain, from Chile to Zambia, to demonstrate how the right skills and some creative thinking can keep you alive even in the most dangerous situations. This season the challenges are bigger, the environments are more extreme and the differences between the two men couldn’t be greater.

    Returning this season is Cody Lundin, a 20 plus-year survival veteran who honed his skills living in the deserts and mountains with little modern tools, equipment or assistance. Lundin is a professional survival instructor and has been going barefoot for more than two decades, part of his indigenous survival strategy. New this season is Joseph Teti, a combat-tested special operations veteran and graduate of more than 30 formal schools related to special operations. His training in the art of staying alive has helped him survive countless classified missions in Afghanistan and Iraq. Together they could be the most formidable survival team on the planet – if only they could agree on strategy.

    In each episode of DUAL SURVIVAL, the duo is dropped into a survival scenario: a downed paraglider, lost hikers, stranded white water rafters. Equipped only with the minimal gear that would have been carried in the real-life situations, Lundin and Teti must draw upon their arsenal of skills as well as their surroundings to demonstrate what it takes to stay alive. How will they use a tin can and cotton bandana to make fire in the Hawaiian jungle? Or turn carpenter ants into sutures to treat an open wound on the side of a volcano in Nicaragua?

    Cody Lundin is a survival veteran and best-selling author who teaches self-reliance and outdoor survival skills to students through his Aboriginal Living Skills School in Arizona. He spent two years living in a brush shelter in the woods where he slept on pine needles and cooked over an open fire. Today, Lundin lives completely off the grid in a self-designed, self-reliant passive solar earth home in the high desert wilderness of Arizona. There, he catches monsoon rain water by the thousands of gallons, harnesses the sun’s energy for electricity with photovoltaic panels, composts waste and pays nothing for heating and cooling.

    Joseph Teti’s training is extremely diverse and formidable. He has the rare distinction of having served in three special operations units. He is a former Force Recon Marine, Army Special Forces “Green Beret” and a former operative in one of the most top-secret government counter- terrorist units in the world. He attended several survival schools in his career, is an expert in unconventional warfare and is part of only one percent of all Special Forces operators who is both HALO and SCUBA qualified. Teti has held a TOP SECRET-SCI with polygraph security clearance, the highest security clearance awarded by the U.S. government.
    http://www.codylundin.com/wordpress/...press-release/

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    Quote Originally Posted by four_shore View Post
    cody helped select him..
    We'll see. We select our first wives also....................

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    Personally I could care less whether Dave lied about his Military service, He was probably goaded into it by the Show so they could up thier ratings anyway. He was entertaining, and to this day seems like a genuinely nice guy. I still watch his videos on youtube and as long as he keeps comming up with new useful stuff I always will.

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    Maybe the Discovery channel could start a new show with that guy from Man, Woman, Wild, the new guy from Dual Survivor, and the new guy's brother. They could call that show Myke Hawke and a Pair of Tetis.

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    I like Dave, but I'm not for the stolen valor... Dave has some good stuff, but lying about military service for profit? Inexcusable.
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    woah.....this is the first i hear bout dave....i watch the crap out of all those shows...bought alot of seasons in fact.....i humble myself my admiring bear, cody, dave ect....i always propped those guys up and never felt like i couldnt learn from any of them/ still do ....but come on Dave !!! ...im a little dissopointed,....but. just watch him throe a toma hawk, and your all like, ok dave, I must admit, even I have friends that I sit and listen to their bullshit and never challenge it, yet I still like them.....so I dont regret buying the sling bow he sold me cause even bullshit liars need to make a living ( good ideas dont always come from the most moral sound indaviduals)

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    Geez... this Teti guy sounds like the ultimate hardcore bada$$. Force Recon? Green Berets? Covert team? What's that... Delta maybe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufler View Post
    Geez... this Teti guy sounds like the ultimate hardcore bada$$. Force Recon? Green Berets? Covert team? What's that... Delta maybe?
    He is Chuck Norris.

    Glad the show is back. Big fan of Cody's knowledge, skill set and sense of humor. Doesn't really mater who else is there.

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    Delta doesn't exist

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sufler View Post
    Geez... this Teti guy sounds like the ultimate hardcore bada$$. Force Recon? Green Berets? Covert team? What's that... Delta maybe?
    Quote Originally Posted by camoninja View Post
    Delta doesn't exist
    part of/aside from US Army SF.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmajor007 View Post
    part of/aside from US Army SF.....
    That's why I thought Delta 'cause he was already Army SF.

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    Joe Tetis, 1st SFOD-D = One bad ass Mofo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liam Ryan View Post
    That's it? That is one of the most selfish and disrespectful things a person can do, a slap in the face to all who have served and do serve their countries.
    I served in the military and from time to time I catch people lyiing about it from time to time in person, It;s usually Oh I was in the seals or or I was delta force, I just laugh it off and go about my business, Anyone who really has been SF doesn't go along bragging about it to complete strangers to make people think they are a bad a$$,Usually all you haft to do is ask them where they were stationed or where they did their training to find out they are full of it , but its weird you can spot a real one from a mile away if you've been through it yourself...Oh yea and delta force doesn't exist

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    Quote Originally Posted by camoninja View Post
    Delta doesn't exist
    This was a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen R. View Post
    I served in the military and from time to time I catch people lyiing about it from time to time in person, It;s usually Oh I was in the seals or or I was delta force, I just laugh it off and go about my business, Anyone who really has been SF doesn't go along bragging about it and its weird you can spot a real one from a mile away if you've been through it yourself...Oh yea and delta force doesn't exist
    Yea it's funny. Had a guy tell me and a friend (we both were at Bragg) he was a Delta Operator. I asked him about their compound and he didn't have a clue, then said he couldn't talk about. In the late 80's you knew where it was if you were at Bragg but knew not to ask about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camoninja View Post
    This was a joke.
    I know thats why i put a big smiley beside it.

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    Yea i had a guy say he was a ranger and served in iraq back in 03 and -04 and i said oh really me too and started talking about it, all the sudden the guy starts sweating bullets and I got the same um aaaaaaa..... I can't talk about it, funny certain things I can't talk about about but I was never told I couldn't talk about Ranger school and how bad it sucked and where I went through it at, This guy was a phony flat out and I gotta admit I had a little bit of fun with him , like I just made up some BS stuff that we never had to do in training and asked how he did on it and he was like oh yea that sucked, when in fact a real Ranger would of been like what the hell we never did that.

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    lol yep. My son in-law told me all about Ranger school. I got some awesome video at his graduation. Now he is a DS at Benning. He's thinking about trying out for the 7th SF (I believe) in FL.

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