Commando noun | com·man·do - a highly trained soldier, or operative of an elite military unit, or special operations force.
slang go commando | the act of elite operation without underpants.
We crafted this hero sized protein bar with hero sized flavor, to deliver that crucial slow-burn energy with, or without underpants. Packed with soft, chewy coconut, crunchy roasted cacao nibs, and the highest quality whey protein isolate, this 300 calorie bar is your meal on-the-go, and perfect before/during/after your mission. So whether you are an elite Commando, or just go commando, this crunchy macro-rich treat is for you.
- BIG 2.65oz bar = 13g Protein | 15g Fat | 10g Fiber | 34g Carb | 300 Cal
- Gluten Free | No Soy | No GMO
- No Added Sugar
- Nothing Artificial and None of that "natural flavor" BS
Ingredients: Prunes, Almonds, Figs, Coconut, Non-rBGH Whey Protein Isolate, Cacao Beans, Sunflower Lecithin, Cashews, Walnuts, Vanilla Bean, Sea Salt
CONTAINS: Milk, Peanuts, Almond, Cashew, Peanut. *Made in a facility that also processes egg, and peanut.
BEYOND THE BAR
Deep in the thick jungle of Vietnam, an exhausted team of soldiers belonging to the 5th Special Forces on a reconnaissance mission, radioed for help as they came under attack. Not knowing if or how they would be rescued because of the dense triple canopy, they made it to a nearby river where they were astonished to see a helicopter and crew from the 281st Assault Helicopter Company...flying down the river and under the trees! The brave pilots and crew of the 281st AHC were the angels above the 5th SFG, tasked with their insertions, protection and extractions...and they did their jobs well. With little room for error, the chopper team provided cover fire and helped the team into the Huey, but how would they turn around? They wouldn't, but they would all make it out safely. In 1970, the 281st AHC would be retired after 5 years of service in Vietnam.
At some point or another, most of us have asked family members or friends who served in the armed forces about their time in the service, or have listened to their stories of the battles, the heroics, and the tragedies. It is important to ask, to listen, and to pass along the stories of our nations warriors, and to thank them - so their sacrifices may never go unnoticed, or be forgotten.