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Drill and Ceremony

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Now I know why S. Vietnam lost even with American advisors.

Actually, that wasn't bad for kids and I'm surprised they followed most of the commands.


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Filed: Country: Vietnam (no flag)
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It's a team building task. The Drill Sergent Hartman routine is a put on, obviously.

They did that after a mere hours training over 3 different days. They may have had training already though,as students are required to attend a mini boot camp. I was amazed to discover that many of my students know how to disassemble and assemble a Kalashnikov rifle.

Give these kids their props. They did a he!! of a job! :thumbs:

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