you are beautiful, and strong and amazing. No one can ever understand the things you go through, and how strong you truly have to be to do it.
The first week of your army training will be spent standing in lines. If you’re not in line, you may have to face punishments like sit-ups, a jog, and chin-ups. Punishments are a part of the army training to inculcate discipline.
The Red Phase
The Red Phase in the army training includes academic, physical, and practical training. In this phase you will undergo rigorous physical fitness training and do more of army workouts. This phase teaches you rock climbing, rappelling, river crossing etc. The red phase of army training prepares you for some activities during a war. In the academic section of your army training, you will learn the about the core values of the army. Values like duty, loyalty, selfless service, respect, honor, personal courage and integrity are the core of US Army.
The White Phase
The white phase in the army training lasts for two weeks and teaches things like using weapons, physical combat, advanced physical training, SWAT-style building clearing etc. This phase also teaches recruits to fire and handle their weapons. Several trainings regarding standing, breathing, and aiming positions are also given. You will develop a unique form physical fitness due to endless repetitions of the 6-mile tactical marches during army fitness training.
Blue phase is the time when recruits move onto the advanced levels and learn to handle automatic weapons, grenades, etc. Several vital skills like night time operations are taught in the forests. Recruits in this phase of the army training, do an additional 10-mile tactical march along with the 6-mile tactical march.
Once you have finished the entire course of army training, and met all those requirements of becoming a United States Army soldier, the day of graduation occurs. It is now time for you to put on that prestigious army uniform. It is important that recruits maintain their levels of integrity and remember all those core values taught during army training.
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