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Project Titan Truck Returns from 10-Day Adventure

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The Project Titan truck returns for a stint at the State Fair of Texas

What a long, strange, wild trip it’s been for Wounded Warrior Alumni David Guzman and Kevin McMahon. After being selected to pilot the completely crowd-sourced “Project Titan” pickup truck across the wilds of Alaska over the course of ten days, the duo returns with one last stop ahead at the State Fair of Texas.

Now that the two vets have returned from their journey across the Last Frontier State (and hopefully grabbed a nice, hot shower), they had the opportunity to tell the folks at Nissan just how good a job its Facebook fans did in picking the parts for their pickup truck.

“Project Titan was absolutely the perfect vehicle for this incredible journey through the Alaskan countryside,” said McMahon. “From towing ability to camping needs to the very best electronic equipment, Project Titan had it all. David and I feel fortunate to have been a part of this unbelievable adventure that we’ll remember for the rest of our lives.”

Guzman confirmed that, despite some trepidation in the early going, the pickup truck was perfectly suited for their needs.

“We were a little nervous coming into the trip because we really had no idea what to expect out in the middle-of-nowhere Alaska,” said Guzman. “But as soon as we got going, we felt right at home and never doubted that Project Titan would be more than capable of performing whatever we needed it to.”

A complete video series chronicling the travels of McMahon, Guzman, and the Project Titan pickup is expected to be released by the end of fall. In the meantime, if you want to lay eye on the Project Titan pickup up close and personal, you’ll want to get down to the State Fair of Texas, which will be on display at the Centennial Building through October 19. More information can be had at