basic training

  1. the initial period of training for new military personnel; involves intense physical activity and behavioral discipline
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  • basic training for raw recruits
  • But the training load of basic training phase, especially for training times, quantity and strength are higher than Chinese Track and Field Training Outline obviously.
  • All recruits go on a 15-day residential basic training course in Buckinghamshire. The Sun
  • Egan's four-stage problem management model, so essential in basic training, is also regarded as applicable to management problems.
  • Military conscripts who complete military service within a single period are assigned to special standby units after basic training and are immediately available.
  • Britain needs a unified force with one single entry for all staff, who all take the same basic training then specialise. Times, Sunday Times
  • Basic training in linguistics can go a long way to foster this realization.
  • Importantly, all of those officers had received at least basic training in riot control. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the distance dark spots dot the sides of mountains as groups of about 1,500 fresh troops carry out their basic training. Times, Sunday Times
  • We got basic training with rifles, pistols, bazookas, machine guns, hand grenades and hand-to-hand combat.
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