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It didn’t If Our best wishes for a productive day. tests, beasting sessions, survival techniques and interrogation, Hard-tac Save up to £497* a year -Compare Lots of Deals - Switch in Minutes. force gathering intelligence and conducting counterinsurgency operations In part two of the series, Sergeant Eddie Stone and other ex-SAS soldiers put the remaining 14 contenders through 24 hours of physical hell in the thick, hostile jungle of Borneo.