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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The cadets, aged between 12 and 18, took part in military activities including first aid, drill, fieldcraft and shooting, as well as a range of adventure training days designed to encourage them to push themselves to their limits while still having fun.
Cadets progress through the training levels from one star to master cadet, which include shooting, fieldcraft, skill at arms, navigation, first aid at work and drill, which work alongside the cadets gaining a national recognised qualification such as BTEC.
Compare this to the United States and British armies who had no snipers or schools to train them in marksmanship and fieldcraft. Some U.S.
Fieldcraft is the ability to effectively detect, observe and report critical information to their operational command while remaining in a concealed position.
Additionally, hunting whitetails with a 10mm handgun would demand superb fieldcraft. Finishing off truly big game like alligators or similar toothy beasties would be right in this gun's wheelhouse as well.
All fieldcraft and tactics are being adopted to ensure the safety of polling parties, candidates and voters," he added.
Cadets take part in a wide activities including flying, shooting, adventure training and fieldcraft.
Setting up tents, determining daily load plans, jumping the tactical operations center, and dealing with basic fieldcraft and sanitation are areas in which many of our Soldiers are not proficient.
The Cadets had the opportunity to take part in and learn from a wide variety of lessons and subjects from the highly skilled and committed staff from around Merseyside including fieldcraft, target shooting, archery, climbing, radio communications, leadership and the gaining of BTec qualifications.
Saturday morning was spent refreshing our fieldcraft and weapons handling skills in their training area, and we spent the afternoon in the MUC (Modern Urbanised Combat) hangar, practising our room clearing skills and were treated to a demonstration of door breaching from some of the Commandos (using hammers, crowbars and chainsaws).
However, it is a wish that usually requires some evening or night-time wildlife watching and not a little knowledge of fieldcraft. Badgers are nocturnal creatures and in general quite shy.
The orcas toy with their captive for about 20 minutes before finally killing it, perhaps training their young calf in hunting fieldcraft.