Now available on YouTube, the film titled "The Brave Man Wins" (sadly, no women are included) gives a look at the grueling selection process to join the coveted elite unit.
It begins with a warning that some viewers might find scenes distressing - but if the sight of dead rabbits being prepared for the pot causes you concern, you are probably not special forces material. Or indeed catering corps material.
Recruits face a variety of challenges such as forming a blindfold human centipede to crawl through tunnels under gunfire, being poked in the side of the head by instructors and being pummelled to a pulp by existing special forces operatives, then repeatedly drowned.
If they haven't had enough by that point they are returned to a state of nature by being dumped in the forest buck naked with nothing but the aforementioned unfortunate rabbit for company. What happens next is up to them - it could be the start of a long and beautiful friendship - or the start of a tasty stew.
(SPOILER: "The rabbits rarely survive," says the film)
However, so as not to cause even more distress, NATO has carefully pixellated out images of the near-naked recruits' butt cracks as they forage in the sub-zero wilderness with nothing but a rabbit skin for warmth.
In keeping with the classic special forces selection documentary genre, the instructors speak anonymously with dramatic backlighting and music.
Watch the film below.