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assault course

n
(Military) an obstacle course designed to give soldiers practice in negotiating hazards in making an assault

assault course

obstacle course
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assault course

npercorso di guerra
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A FITNESS club boss was resting his weary limbs back in the North East last night after completing one of the world's toughest assault courses to raise funds for two local causes.
THOUSANDS of competitors from across the globe jumped through fire, braved barbed wire and crawled across jagged ice as part of one of the world's most brutal assault courses yesterday.
I thought why not utilise the grounds in the centre of the course and hold team-building activities, such as sporting events, assault courses and theme days.
Children, aged ten to 16, and adults will be put through their paces by two fitness instructors on a four-week course, with two sessions a week, from June 15, using assault courses, circuit training, and encouragement from trainers.
Each student was given a uniform and Army ration packs and tried their hand at assault courses, patrols, command tasks and paintballing.
THEY may be just 11 and 12-years-old but pupils from The Woodlands School tackled one of the country's toughest assault courses.
The project gives youngsters from across Newcastle more opportunities to get out of the city and have a go at activities such as assault courses, canoeing, sailing and orienteering.
Five teams of eight youngsters, aged 13 to 16, used their teamwork and communication skills to solve puzzles and negotiate assault courses during the event, sponsored by the HSBC Education Trust and organised by outdoor access charity Fieldfare Trust.
The party atmosphere was a far cry from the gruelling 30-mile speed marches and demanding assault courses Pip, 27, overcame to succeed in the male-dominated Marines.
The Saddlers squad, in their second week back after the summer break, have been 'enjoying' a taste of assault courses, stomping and square-bashing in the Staffordshire countryside.
SURVIVING the outdoors and clambering over assault courses isn't your average week at college but that was what a group of students from Bangor faced up to.
I guess assault courses were better in the old days at least, until Total Wipeout (BBC1, Saturday, 6.