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fieldcraft

(ˈfiːldˌkrɑːft)
n
ability and experience in matters concerned with living out-of-doors, esp in a wild area
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Simply by incorporating expeditionary combat after capture and fieldcraft training into USAF basic training requirements would immediately reduce a month of predeployment hassle every Airman experiences.
BARRETT FIELDCRAFT took top honors for Guns & Ammo's 2017's Rifle of the Year for several reasons.
75 inches overall, the Tanimboca Puukko is meant for general fieldcraft such as carving and shaving.
The Fieldcraft features a lightweight carbon fiber stock that is bedded to the action, and the barrel and receiver are made from 416 stainless.
More than 270 teenagers from the region have been tackling everything from fitness to fieldcraft and problem-solving to a military assault course, learning how to cook rations in the field and put up an Army basha (temporary shelter).
The first two weeks focus on general fieldcraft training in a hostile environment.
Recently branching out into the world of hunting rifles, Barrett has a new bolt-action sporter called the Fieldcraft that features a stainless-steel barrel, receiver, and bolt.
The Fieldcraft by the Brothers of Bushcraft (BOBS) is now available in stainless steel with different handle options.
The current Lord Mayor's Air Cadet, from the Canley based Squadron recently attended the selection weekend at Beckingham Training Camp, in Lincolnshire, which consisted of an interview, command tasks, a fieldcraft test and lots of physical activity and assessments.
Contract Awarded for Eos Fieldcraft Support Services
There are fundamentals and principles, for instance, of fieldcraft and they must be mastered.
Fieldcraft model, and for fine work Spyderco offers a folding model of the their Puukko, the Nilakka.