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About Captain Mykel Hawke

Captain Mykel Hawke; is a U.S. Army Special Forces Veteran, Green Beret Officer, Survival Instructor, Media Personality in TV and film, and Author of 2 bestselling books. He serves as Co-founder and Director of Specops, an international adventure tourism and training company and now has his own brand of Coffee.

Mykel Hawke's Commando Coffee is made from a blend of the finest select arabica coffee beans from Colombia, Guatemala, and Sumatra. Roasted dark to bring out that special ZING that is needed to get your day started like a Boot to the Butt. This coffee is not for the faint hearted, or weak kneed this is the stuff that will give you a serious Kick in the Butt.

Wether you're GOIN' HOT ON A MISSION or kickin' back at FORT LIVINGROOM, with Commando Coffee in your cup - YOU'RE GONNA BE ALL THE WAY "UP"!.

Mykel began his TV career quite by accident. He started a Medical company to work in War Zones after Desert Storm. The work was intense, so he began a tourism company for his team to get down time working in Costa Rica running children's programs. That's how MTV's Road Rules Central America found Specops and asked Mykel to help develop the program for their season finale. Hawke ended up representing SpecOps in a dual role as a bad guy and the good guy on MTV Road Rules in 1998. He then did some consulting for Danish TV in 1999, Boot Camp in 2000, and Fear Factor in 2001. After Mykel's first TV appearance, he worked on numerous productions as set medic, security, translator, and producer.

He was mobilized for two years after 9/11. Between 2004-2005 he appeared as a subject matter expert in survival, warfare, leadership, medicine, and special operations for TV shows such as Tactical to Practical, Healthcops, Britain's Worst Boss, and Forever Eden. He appeared in the 2006 movie Dirty Sanchez as himself. In 2006, he also filmed an episode of the Discovery Channel's I Shouldn't Be Alive: Science of Survival in which he taught survival in the Amazon jungle.

In 2009, Hawke was involved with a new reality series about survival for Discovery released that spring. Mykel was on the Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern in June, in which Andrew learned to survive and hunt for his own food in the Mexican jungle. During the summer, he helped out on Kourtney & Khloe take Miami on E! and was a recurring guest on Big Brother's Little Brother in the UK. Mykel was also on ABC's Good Morning America with Chris Cuomo discussing Family Preparedness in August.

Mykel Hawke currently stars in a Survival series for the Discovery channel, Man, Woman, Wild, which airs on Fridays at 9:00 PM EST. He continues to appear on The Gadget Show and Big Brother's Little Brother in the U.K. Cpt Mykle Hawke Commando Coffee


Mykel has most recently published a book with Running Press called Hawke's Green Beret Survival Manual. It has sold out and the second edition is in print. A Field Manual version will be released in 2011. He developed a method for learning languages and published a book called The Quick & Dirty Guide to Learning Languages Fast under his pen name, A.G. Hawke. Hawke also contributed two chapters to The Dangerously Fun Book for Boys Who Never Grew Up; both of these books are published by Paladin Press.


Hawke began his career in 1982. He first served on Active Duty, then in Army reserves and in the National Guard. Mykel was a Sergeant First Class (SFC) as a Special Forces Medic (18D), Special Forces Communicator (18E) and Special Forces Operations and Intelligence Sergeant (18F). He recently retired from the U.S. Army Reserves as a Special Forces Captain (18A), also known as a Green Beret Officer. He was assigned in a billet for Major, to U.S. Army Special Forces Command (USASFC) located at Fort Bragg, NC, home of the Green Berets to support 3rd SFGA before he retired in 2010).

Hawke was a Jump Master, earned numerous foreign jump wings and, for a short period, he was a Recruiter for Special Operations (Psyops and Civil Affairs) in the Reserves. As an SFC, he had attended Infantry (11B) Advance Sergeant School (ANCOC). Mykel was also certified as a Paramedic (NR-EMT-PM), Scuba Diver (Cape Fear PADI), and attended training in Skydiving (Green Beret Sport Parachute Club).

As an Officer, Mykel attended Medical Officer School (70B), Infantry Advanced Officer School (11A), and Civil Affairs Advanced Officer School (38A). He also completed the Advanced Officer School and Combined Arms Support Service School (CAS3). While he was a young officer, 2LT, he briefly recruited specialty officers such as Doctors, Lawyers, and Chaplains for the Army Guard.

After 9/11, Mykel was a single parent living with his two teen sons and working in L.A. as a Segment Producer for ABC when he was called back to active duty. He spent 2 years serving in the Global War On Terror (GWOT). During this time, he went back through the Special Forces course.

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