Combat Missions debuts tonight.

Combat Missions debuts tonight.
Mark Burnett’s Combat Missions, hosted by Survivor‘s Rudy Boesch, premieres tonight on USA Network at 10 p.m. ET. The 15 episode series “pits four elite squads comprised of six non-active military and law enforcement professionals against one another … to compete for bounty–and, more importantly, for honor and pride.” The winning team gets $150,000, and then the members of that squad face off against each other, with the winner receiving $250,000. What critics are saying:

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