"Want to Learn How to Survive Military Basic Training!
Boot Camp: Learn about Army Basic Training.
Military Basic Training often called boot camp prepares recruits for all elements of service: physical, mental and emotional.
It gives service members the basic tools necessary to perform the roles that will be asked of them for the duration of their tour. Each of the Services has its own training program, tailoring the curriculum to the specialized nature of its role in the Military.
No matter which branch of the Service a recruit chooses, Army Basic Training is an intense experience.
However, 90 percent complete their first six months of service. The purpose of this training isn’t to “break” recruits.
In fact, the combination of physical training, field exercises and classroom time makes individuals strong and capable. It’s a tough process, but a rewarding one that many service members value for life.
To succeed in boot camp, young adults should prepare themselves physically and mentally. Daily cardio, weight training, push ups and sit ups are a must.
They should also practice arriving early on a regular basis and sticking to a strict schedule.
Nervous about boot camp? Sergeant Michael Volkin tells you what to expect in these army basic training application videos."
In Military Training Guide 1.1