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military training

noun as in basic training

noun as in boot camp

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“I have no idea how many of them have had military training before,” he tells me later with a chuckle.

I would never encourage anyone to go abroad, I would never encourage anyone to undergo military training.

The hope is this time around, under the military training, the results will be different.

Training alone is self-described as “the most physically and mentally demanding military training in existence.”

He would have been familiar with such weapons had he undergone military training back in Iran.

His whole existence from childhood to old age was one long military training.

They showed the benefits of their military training and successfully captured a Union battery.

The Crown Prince received his first military training when he was hardly large enough to mount a horse.

Canada, unlike Australia and New Zealand, has no system of graduated military training.

Vocational courses are open to the boys and a course in military training has recently been opened for the boys.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to military training, such as: briefing, familiarization, and initial training period.

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