If the candidate cannot swim, it is best for him to learn before going to the training camp. Those who do not have swimming skills will have to go through a “special” course in “Kiddy Pool” (roughly translated: children’s swimming pool).
There’s a general piece of advice passed down in the US Navy: in the training camp, it’s best not to get caught up in any “special courses”!
The training program usually lasts 8 weeks, plus a week of preparation is 9. Actually, when the bus drops the boys and girls into the Rookie Training Center (RTC), they officially arrested head is challenged. US Navy soldiers trained like superheroes
Walking through the doors of the training camp would be the toughest days in a soldier’s life
A typical day at RTC starts at 6 a.m. (with a wake-up buzzer), and ends exactly at 10 p.m. – when all the lights are off.
Initially, the rookie was provided with a number of free essentials such as uniforms, toiletries, sewing clothes, t-shirts, shorts, sunscreen … many other items they had to themselves. spend money to buy more (shirt, underwear …).