What is the hardest military basic training in the world?
It would probably be the French Foreign Legion. Other elite units typically have a selection process which the applicant goes through after they've completed their basic training, whereas the selection process for the Foreign Legion is conducted as part of their basic training. ...
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2, Japan in WW2
What is the most difficult and most powerful military training in the World?
BUD/s(Basic underwater demolition/seals) is one of the most hardest and most powerful military training in the World. ...
What is basic training for the marines like?
It's like being in hell with no hope of ever leaving. They stress you out to a point you can't even imagine, to try and simulate the stresses of combat. Its the hardest basic training in the world. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, World War 1
What training did you have to do for World War 1?
There was a basic training for World War I, but unlike in modern wars, there was a draft and many people were forced to go. People learned as they went in many cases, and fought for the freedom of their country. ...
Who is better sas or spestnaz?
SAS are not only better than Spestnaz but, SAS are by far the most elite force in the world. SAS have the longest basic training program in the world and is extreme hard to pass. SAS per person is the strongest force in the world but then again other forces have more numbers which would making them stronger as a whole but not per person. ...
Asked in Royal Marines
Why do the Royal Marines train so much longer than the US Marine Corps in boot camp?
We in the UK generally have longer training than our US counterparts: USMC 13 weeks basic and 59 days of Marine infantry school. USMC Force Recon trains for 2+ years. And you can only join after 3 years of Marine service. Force Recon are the best trained Marines in the World. Come on, 2+ years of training, lol. And they have to go through Buds as well and other Special Opps programs. UK Royal Marines Commando 32 weeks. 32 weeks is a myth....
Asked in World War 2
How long was World War 2 basic training?
NO ONE KNOWS!!!! Actually one was assigned to a unit and pretty much stayed with that unit much of the war. Boot Camp was usually about 12 weeks, then the unit went into advanced training, which could last some time. An Uncle who was infantry stated he didn't know when Boot Camp ended and advanced training started/ended until he was on a ship headed to England. At the beginning of WWII there was no separate basic and advanced, they were combined into...
Asked in World War 2, US in WW2
What was taught in World War 2 basic training?
The first step in basic training is to get soldiers in physical shape and teach them to march, other things taught are basic squad battle formations, marksmanship, first aid, care and cleaning of their equipment, hygine, map reading, and how to use items issued to them. ...