fieldcraft

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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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A successful capture with the camera is a measure of field craft skill, subject knowledge, technical ability and compositional aesthetics.
Teaching youngsters field craft, gun safety and how to both respect and safely harvest game lawfully, helps to turn young men and women into responsible adults.
While training younger cadets, this kind and modest teenager has developed interpersonal skills, a sense of duty, responsibility and self-discipline, and expertise in field craft, arms, map reading and survival.
There was a lecture by the Platoon Commander on Field Craft and Patrolling in the next period.
He took on command and second in command roles for the field craft, showing his leadership skills.
Each company spends 21 days in the field, which forces Soldiers to endure the hardships of the jungle and to put into practice the field craft they learn.
Open to regular, territorial and international troops, it tests candidates' leadership, field craft, discipline and both mental and physical stamina.
For tactical sustainment units, this means supporting on the move and employing certain skill sets and field craft, many of which have been largely under-trained or greatly diminished over the past decade.
Being a cadet means I will be taking part in adventurous activities like rock climbing, mountain biking, archery and abseiling while learning exciting life skills like field craft, first aid, volunteering and other sports.
The graduates, drawn from the state's 11 counties, reportedly completed a rigorous two-month course which included physical training, English lessons, field craft, map reading, South Sudan law, memory training and observation and criminal interrogation techniques.
Could it be because they just don't have the field craft to produce something out of the ordinary at the right time?