Aaron takes to the skies as he achieves his childhood dream of getting to pilot an F-16 fighter jet. Later, Aaron explores a scrapyard where he learns how to rip up, crush, and shred old vehicles for fun and profit. After Aaron takes on the world of tires
In an explosive premiere, Aaron starts his job search by exploring military restoration when he tests a restored Sherman tank. After firing the cannon, Aaron braves the dangers of coal mining. Later, Aaron works on a steam train that's run for 150 years.
Aaron joins the the Army Corps of Engineers, who lay massive concrete mats on the Mississippi River. Then, he gets down and dirty plunging into the business of Swamp Logging. Finally, Aaron gets charged up exploring the largest Hydro Dam in America.
Aaron reveals that he's a little wet behind the ears when it comes to industries that rely on water. He works on a cargo ship, touring an overwhelmingly large engine and making sure the cargo is tied down to the deck before joining the crew of a tug boat.
Aaron explores the challenges of human survival. At NASA's headquarters, Aaron learns about our future in space and tests cars made for the moon. Then, Aaron tests a vital and dangerous job: crop-dusting. Later, Aaron visits a massive water-pumping plant.
Aaron explores the Service Industry. First, Aaron gets behind the wheel of an elite Green Beret training mission. Then, Aaron feels the heat on a firefighter's training course. Later, Aaron navigates a 40,000-pound Trash Truck around an obstacle course.
Aaron takes turning a wrench to new heights when he works on a tramcar 8,000 feet above the desert. Then, Aaron helps build a hovercraft in Indiana and finally Aaron carves out some quality time in Texas, with woodworker-turned-car builder Isaac Cohen.