Basic Training

Basic Training may refer to:

  • Basic Training, a 1971 American documentary directed by Frederick Wiseman
  • Basic Training (1985 film), an American sex comedy
  • Recruit training

Other articles related to "basic training, training, basic":

The Basic Training Of Pavlo Hummel
... The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel is a play by David Rabe ... As he stumbles through basic training and comes ever closer to the battlefield, he is guided by Ardell, a mysteriously ambiguous character who seemingly ...
American Force - Personnel - Types of Personnel - Enlisted
... After enlistment, new recruits undergo Basic Training (also known as boot camp in the Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard), followed by schooling in their primary Military Occupational ... Each branch conducts basic training differently ... send all non-infantry MOS’s to an infantry skills course known as Marine Combat Training prior to their technical schools, while Air Force Basic Military Training ...
An American Soldier
... One of every four high school graduates cannot pass the basic military entrance exam ... film follows three of the four teenagers to basic training where they make the transition from civilians to soldiers ... come with being in the army begin to arise at basic training ...
Conscription In Finland - Non-military Service
... has a fixed length of 362 days and consists of basic training and the actual service ... The basic training takes place in the Lapinjärvi civilian service center and lasts 28 days ... During basic training, the serviceman is given instruction in first aid, peace education, internationalism, and non-violent resistance ...

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