Inside the army's jungle school where Portsmouth soldiers learn to survive Smoke hangs in the air from a series of fires which have been lit to demonstrate various ways of cooking food in the wilderness.
Benches made from pieces of wood and tree stumps are arranged in front of a number of stands which the jungle warfare instructors will use to teach different aspects of jungle survival. They are shown a dozen ways of lighting a fire without the assistance of matches or a lighter and how to build a shelter from the rain using trees and vines. Dehydration can be fatal in the jungle, so finding water is louis vuitton agenda refill review one of the most important tasks and one of louis vuitton bags san francisco the first things the soldiers will need to do when out on their own. Instructors teach the infantrymen how to use the tops of their shelters to catch water using certain types of leaves and how to find various vines and fruit which can provide sustenance. Some vegetation can be chewed to provide an energy boost earning it the nickname 'jungle Gatorade' but eat the wrong plant and you might find yourself feeling less than energised or worse, seriously ill. By the end of the lessons, the troops know how to build various different kinds of shelters, benches and cover for fires using only things louis vuitton purses in san antonio tx from the environment around them. Private Josh Deacon, 18, from North End, says: 'I have really enjoyed the training, not just because it makes us better soldiers but because it is good life skills as well. 'I joined the army when I was 16 and I had wanted to join since I was a kid. 'This has been an amazing experience and things like this are the reason I joined. 'It has been a real eye opener. 'Not many people get the chance to come to the jungle and learn about things like this. 'Soon we will be going pre owned louis vuitton agenda out and having to survive for 48 hours and I'm really looking forward to that. 'We will be well prepared to deal with anything that might happen and it will be a good experience.
' The soldiers of 2PWRR are split into different groups which are each learning about a different aspect of jungle warfare survival, live firing and tactics. At the end of each section the troops rotate and move on to the next area. The News is following soldiers as they make their way through the army's jungle training programme a vital experience to help them in their role as the battalion at high readiness to deploy in the Middle East and north Africa.
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