TigerSwan CEO Jim Reese poses with locals in AfghanistanJames Reese founded Tigerswan in 2007. He established the Service-Disabled, Veteran owned business to provide Crisis Management, Risk Management, and Global Affairs consulting services. The company has branches spanning from Latin America to Iraq. James Reese is a retired member of the 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta after 25 years of service. The US Army retired Lt. Colonel graduated from Mansfield University with a bachelor’s degree in Communication and journalism.

Tigerswan team had an exclusive excursion with James Reese, Chevrolet, and former members of the United States elite Delta Force Team. The Range Complex (TRC), a combat training facility in North Carolina, hosted the Chevy event. The purpose of the event was to highlight how the Chevy Suburban and Tahoe are valuable to the secret service and the United States elite Special Forces. Additionally, everyone had the opportunity for target practice using a long-range rifle some 800 meters in the distance. The Tigerswan team also experienced a simulated hostage rescue mission. The training showed how much the armed forces work hard to protect the country.

They were humbled to see how the Special Forces navigate the truck in unfamiliar territory using nothing but infrared goggles to pull off a high stake mission in the middle of the night. James Reese and the Tigerswan team took turns to drive the popular SUVs in a simulated covert mission. They were overwhelmed by shooting a shotgun while a former Delta Force member drove to speeds up to 100 mph in pitch-black darkness. James Reese provided his team an opportunity to see how the Chevy SUVs live up to their reputation and also to experience a combat environment.

The SUVs are equipped with off-road tires, skid plates, and a unique suspension system making it popular among special military teams like Delta Force. James Reese, a co-founder of TRC, said the Special Forces need a car that will move even when shot at. He added that a Tahoe once saved him and his commander in Baghdad. He told his Tigerswan team how the military operates using brilliance in the basics. They do not need something fancy, only something that works.

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