Getting a first-hand experience of how a special ops team works is an awe-inspiring event for anyone. Wearing the gear and participating in actual simulations gives a whole new meaning and deeper appreciation for these elite team members. Needing a dependable vehicle for some of those missions is an understatement when mission objectives can range from a sniper shoot to hostage rescue and anything in between. During one event, TigerSwan highlighted just how important a Chevy Tahoe or Suburban can be to some of these elite teams. TigerSwan performs international security services for many different organizations and is led by its CEO James Reese.
Using these particular vehicles in simulated missions allows team members to demonstrate high-speed night driving and other scenarios where the Chevy Tahoe and Suburban excel. All of these TigerSwan teams require a vehicle that can withstand some serious use and abuse in the field while still protecting its occupants. And the off-road options with which either vehicle can be outfitted seriously augment the capabilities and popularity of these vehicles with many kinds of teams, from normal law enforcement to elite special ops personnel.
TigerSwan likens these two Chevy vehicles to tanks that have the faster maneuverability that they need and yet remains operational after some physical damage. And TigerSwan teams have high praise for the capability and dependability of both vehicles, including real-world special ops missions detailing the life-saving reliability of the Chevy Tahoe in particular.
TigerSwan is headed by James Reese, who founded the company in 2008. James Reese was a member of Delta Force, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel just prior to founding TigerSwan and has over thirty years of experience. As a highly-regarded leader, Reese has taken TigerSwan from an idea to a company with elite operations in well over four dozen countries worldwide.
Recently, the security and consulting firm known as TigerSwan hosted an event along with Chevrolet. The security consulting firm looked to demonstrate the nature of special operations missions to local residents. Many people have often wondered what it would be like to participate in a mission where they needed to complete a very important task with time running out. While this can be very thrilling, it is also very difficult and stressful as certain tasks must be completed very quickly in order to save a life. With the event held by Tigerswan, many people will now realize that special operations missions are not quite like what they have been accustomed to seeing in action and war movies.
Chevrolet along with Tigerswan organized a local event at the Range Complex in North Carolina. The purpose of the event was to demonstrate how special operation soldiers complete hostage rescue missions. It also looked to allow attendees to get acquainted with firing a rifle from long range. People who attended the event were able to fire live bullets at targets. After attending the event, many people began to realize just how tough it can be to complete a special operations mission. Many operatives have to endure harsh weather conditions and then be required to shoot a moving target in less than one second. This type of event has convinced attendees that there is more to being a special operations soldier than just firing a rifle from long range.
The guests who attended the local event held by
Tigerswan and Cheverolet were able to find out just how much skill and
discipline the special operations soldiers need in order to complete their
missions. At the event, they realized that special operations personnel must
have very high levels of discipline in order to complete very difficult tasks
at precise times. While the event showcased the discipline and skill required
to complete special operations missions, it also demonstrated how certain
vehicles help special operatives complete their missions. Chevrolet’s vehicles
the Suburban and the Tahoe have proven to be among the most popular vehicles
among members of the United States military.
When the event was held and the Chevrolet
Suburban and Tahoe were showcased, attendees got to see how these two vehicles
benefit the military. The two vehicles have been regarded as a couple of the
most popular and used vehicles by military service members. Both the Tahoe and
the Suburban have the latest technology which includes GPS navigation and a
backup camera. These features help military personnel navigate their
surroundings more easily. Both of the vehicles also have lots of durability,
power and speed which allow military service members to drive through rough
terrain more easily.