Only 6 rookies left Special Forces: The World’s Hardest Testand the tasks are getting harder and harder. Carli Lloyd has failed more quests than she has overcome so far, so she desperately needs to win. Before the next mission, the medical director advised that Hannah Brown did not join the mission because of her asthma.
The commanding officer listens to the medical director. They will test her in a different way. The 5 recruits that can participate have to endure chemical warfare, and this exercise is something all soldiers must face. They had to retrieve a medical bag from inside a container filled with tear gas.
Dwight Howard Is the first. He put on his clothes and did an excellent job with this task. Mike’s Square chase after Dwight. During the rehearsal, Mike tries to go through a blocked door but fails. He fell to the ground. He could go out, but he dropped his medical bag. He failed the test.
Danny Amendola And Gus Kenworthy both passed. Gus said tear gas was “more painful” than a broken bone. Carli was the last to go. She also forgot her medical bag, so she also failed this quest. Now is the time for Hannah to suffer. She must be completely wet and sanded. For 2 hours, she had to do hard labor in the heat of 105 degrees.
After the chemical warfare mission, the DS evaluates the recruits. They wondered if Carli really wanted to be here. They called her in for questioning to talk. She is attached to Special Forces. She is determined to win.
The next day, the rookies faced the most head-to-head combat exercise of the season. The exercise is called milling, and it’s all about pure, raw warrior spirit. The rookies have to fight each other.
Dwight and Danny go head to head first. Punches are thrown around. It actually becomes physical, with Danny’s helmet flying off during the battle. Danny was eventually declared the winner. Carli is able to overpower Hannah in the fight and win a quest. Gus defeated the already weakened Mike.
After the latest mission, Mike admitted that it was his first time “Think of giving up.” DS noticed that Carli did better, but now they worry about Mike. They brought him in, and he fully admitted that he was starting to feel “depressed”.
When the rookies were called, Mike showed up without the captain’s armband. Other recruits must do push-ups while observing. He apologized to the recruits, and he started to get really hard on himself. Thoughts of leaving continue to creep in