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basic training in Army topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbasic trainingˌbasic ˈtraining noun [uncountable]  PMAthe period when a new soldier learns military rules and does a lot of exercise
Examples from the Corpus
basic trainingGroup-based training need form only a small part of the complete basic training course.I think they all take a course in it during basic training.The continuing theme during basic training will be interviewing skills, without which the advisory process may not get under way.Despite this, I felt it would be better to prove myself in basic training before allowing my real personality to resurface.In the main, however, the selection procedure is rigorous enough so that basic training does not have to be used for assessment purposes.L Detachment at the time consisted of around one hundred men, most of whom had been through the basic training course.The basic training is amazingly quick.Prevention is better than cure, and you should use a lot of deep stances during your basic training.