Infantry Training

Some articles on infantry training, training, infantry:

Infantry Weapons Officer - Billet Description and Core Competencies
... The Marine Corps Infantry Training and Readiness Manual describes The Gunner as follows The Gunner is a Chief Warrant Officer specifically trained in the employment and training of battalion organic weapons and ... to commander at all levels to assist in the development of training plans and employment of organic weapons ... Gunners are advisors on the MOS training requirements and development of all MOS 0369, 0313, 0321 (Infantry SNCOS) ...
Camp Gruber - History
... the federal budget for construction of arms and munitions plants, coastal defenses, and military training camps and expansion of existing bases ... the War Department considered the state a good site for pilot and infantry training fields ... An infantry training camp was to be built near Braggs, in the Cookson Hills ...
Ralph E. Dias - Biography
9, 1967, at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and underwent recruit training with the 2nd Recruit Training Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina ... Upon completion of recruit training in December, he was transferred to the 2nd Infantry Training Battalion, 1st Infantry Training Regiment, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, for special infantry training ...
Infantry Training Development Team
... The Infantry Training Development Team (ITDT) is responsible for the development of infantry training within the British Army ...
Ralph H. Johnson - Biography
... Upon completion of recruit training with the 1st Recruit Training Battalion, Recruit Training Regiment, MCRD San Diego, California, in September 1967, he was transferred to the Camp Pendleton, California ... He underwent individual combat training with Company Y, 3rd Battalion, 2nd Infantry Regiment, and basic infantry training with the Basic Infantry Training Company, 2nd Infantry Training Regiment ...

Famous quotes containing the word training:

    I am not a suffragist, nor do I believe in “careers” for women, especially a “career” in factory and mill where most working women have their “careers.” A great responsibility rests upon woman—the training of children. This is her most beautiful task.
    Mother Jones (1830–1930)