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assault course

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Military
assault courseasˈsault ˌcourse noun [countable] British English  PMan area of land with special equipment to climb, jump over, run through etc that is used for developing physical strength, especially by soldiers syn obstacle course American English
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assault courseOn the east side there was an assault course and a firing range.Even so, an exciting timed race around the challenging assault course on the hill produced some impressive performances.Visits, though immensely enjoyable, had elements of both the obstacle race and the assault course.He reports that a trip to Catterick Camp to set up rope ladders on the assault course was heavy going.For many, the real test was the assault course.
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