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New call-up of 10-kilometer march by the 206 Brigade Teachers and students waved national flag to cheer them on

  • 2022/03/10
Dingshe Elementary School students cheered for servicemen. (Photographed by reporter Ko Peng-hsin, Military News Agency)
Dingshe Elementary School students cheered for servicemen. (Photographed by reporter Ko Peng-hsin, Military News Agency)

(Reporter Ko Peng-hsin of Military News Agency, Taoyuan, 10th) The “new 14-day call-up of educational training” for the 206th Infantry Brigade of the 6th Army reached the 6th day today. As recruits had respectively completed the 5-kilometer and 7-kilomter marching training for two consecutive days, they next entered the 10-kikomter marching training. During the marching process, the Command combined situations between battles, while the company commander delivered drill orders to strengthen the ability of cadres and recruits to deal with emergencies and contingent situations.

The 6th Army stated that the marching training for three consecutive days will gradually strengthen the physical fitness of recruits in a step-by-step manner so that they can develop the combat power needed to defend the territory. During the marching process, situational drills were also adopted to improve recruits’ perception towards the enemy as well as their contingent situation capabilities.

Furthermore, we can observe the support of Dingshe Elementary School for the Armed Forces during the march, as students waved national flags to cheer for the cadres and recruits.