Blackhawk Officially Launches New ‘No Fail’ Video Series ~VIDEO~

U.S.A. -( Introducing the new series from Blackhawk, No Fail. In each episode, we share the story of some of this world’s most elite individuals and how their own No Fail Mission shaped them to become the people they are today.

In the debut episode, we meet Former Navy SEAL, owner of Kennedy Defense, and new Blackhawk ambassador Travis Kennedy. Kennedy completed two combat deployments in Afghanistan, and in the first episode of the No Fail series, he opens up about the courage and heroism he witnessed as a Special Operations Combat Medic–and the No Fail spirit that drove him to never back down, even in the most dangerous situations.

Be sure to check out and follow Blackhawk’s Instagram @Blackhawk to see the latest from the No Fail series


In 1990, a Navy SEAL was navigating a minefield when his pack failed. As his gear tumbled to the ground he vowed that if he got out of there alive he would make gear the right way. Today, this obsession with quality applies to everything we do. We’re constantly researching, refining and perfecting every detail to provide gear that won’t let you down. Because we’re not just making stuff – we’re honoring a vow.

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This guy is a great instructor as he is a proven instructor.…. If this guy was in my area I would sign up for his classes, that and 40 years younger……
I salute your service and all that have served….

Last edited 2 years ago by JohnnyB

Failure is ALWAYS an option; it is a choice. NOT making that choice and allowing that option to come to fruition, however, is the fundamental premise which defines an individuals greatness. THANK YOU Travis, for choosing greatness and for all your sacrifices for this country and its sincerely grateful citizens, such as myself! We are all forever in you and your fellow service members debt, even though a select few refuse to acknowledge, as well as deny, this fact. MERICA!


The background music makes my head contact the keyboard.