These Google Reviews of a Special Forces Training Site Are Hilarious

October 28, 2021Eric Miller
Guerrilla Village

A Special Forces candidate from the US Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School guards an enemy role player during the evaluation and final phase of field training known as Robin Sage in central North Carolina, July 11, 2019. Robin Sage has been the litmus test for soldiers striving to earn the Green Beret for more than 40 years. US Army photo by K. Kassens.

The reviews are in! Guerrilla Village, a remote Army Special Forces training site, offers one of the best *checks notes* experiences in North Carolina. When one thinks of fun and excitement, one certainly doesn’t think of the military, but somehow, the staff and management at Guerrilla Village have managed to cultivate a positive, welcoming, and enjoyable experience in this austere military setting. But don’t take our word for it; check out some of these reviews.

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Word on the street is The Carver Chophouse is fast becoming one of the hottest dining spots anywhere near Camp Mackall. Throw in some great snacks and gorgeous nature walks, and you’ll have yourself an experience that will bring a tear to your eye.

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Reviewers Ryan and Chase loved the safe and progressive environment but complained about the lack of gender diversity. Don’t worry guys; we’ve heard that has changed since your last review.

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Considering the booming metropolis that is Hoffman, North Carolina, calling this chef the best within 3 miles is high praise indeed. Go Chef Chad!

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Beautiful guided tours, intimate encounters, flamethrowers? What else could you possibly ask for!? Management here is clearly adaptable and highly capable — it’s almost like they’ve done this before.

Guerilla VillageThis review may be the most telling. Alexander Stevens was left speechless but still gave five out of five stars. Incredible.

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Eric Miller
Eric Miller

Eric Miller is a former Army Combat Medic from Parkersburg, West Virginia. He holds a bachelor’s degree in history and has worked with homeless populations and veteran services throughout the state. He is an avid outdoorsman and has recently become interested in woodworking.

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