Jason Fox Foxy joined the Royal Marines at 16, serving for ten years, after which he passed the gruelling selection process for the Special Forces, serving with the Special Boat Service (SBS). During his time with the Special Boat Service, Foxy reached the rank of Sergeant. Planning and leading numerous operations including hostage rescue, counter-terrorism, counterinsurgency, surveillance, close protection as well as counter-narcotic missions. Foxy trained as a combat swimmer, demolitions expert, Special Forces dog handler and jungle survival expert. He left the Special Forces in 2012 and embarked upon a career in the corporate world. He began working for a facilities management company as a project manager, before leaving in 2014. He then went on to combine his expertise from the Special Forces with his experience in the business setting to conduct close protection details for many high-profile clients. 2015 saw Foxy move into the TV and Film industry, initially by using his wealth of experience in the Special Forces to support production crews who were working in hostile and remote areas, such as the jungle, the arctic or the desert. It was during this period that Foxy was part of the team that found the lost treasure of Captain Kidd – one of the most prolific pirates of the 17th century – just off the coast of Madagascar. Foxy went on to work both in front and behind the camera in 2015 for Channel 4’s first series of the prime time hit show, ‘SAS: Who Dares Wins’. He was one of the instructors who both starred in the show and designed the course for the candidates. Foxy is also one of the main contributors of a new book ‘SAS Who Dares Wins: Leadership Secrets from the Special Forces’. With his broad range of experiences, Foxy regularly leads and motivates teams in pressurised environments for the corporate world. He also designs and tailors specific packages for the ultimate team building exercise; where corporates are put through challenging and gruelling Special Forces drills. As if all these achievements weren't enough, Foxy has also undertaken a double world record-breaking row, unsupported, across the Atlantic ocean as part of Team Essence.