Join the Army's top athletes as they battle dozens of extreme challenges -- and each other -- in a grueling, elimination-style athletic tournament. Their bones will break. Their spirits may be crushed. Less than half will even finish. But the promise of yearlong bragging rights -- and an engraved 9mm Beretta for the winning team -- drives them on. This is the ultimate Armed Forces Olympics, the Best Ranger Competition. Part 1 Twenty-three two-man Ranger teams descend on Fort Benning, Georgia for the start of a taxing, three-day competition. As the men prepare for the first day's events -- including marksmanship, a spot jump contest and a PT test -- a passionate crowd of family, friends and fans gathers to cheer them on. And while each man wants to get off to a fast start, the key is to maintain a consistent level of performance throughout the competition's 60 continuous hours. Part 2 It's Day Two, and the original 23 teams have been whittled down to just a dozen. With the conclusion of the grueling, 21-mile road march, the men prove their mental acuity in a series of tactical tests, including weapons assembly, a medical first responder, grenade assault course, stress shoot and the infamous Prusik climb. But each of these pales in comparison to the second day's final event: the land navigation and night orienteering course. Part 3 The final day of competition is here. After the conclusion of the 12-hour land navigation and night orienteering event, the remaining teams take on the sprawling, 26-obstacle Darby Queen course. From there, it's time to make a splash in the water events -- including the helo cast and water confidence test. Finally, the teams put everything they have left into the two-mile buddy run.