(reported by journalist Lin, Ze-Ting from Military News Agency on January 20th in Kinmen) February, Liaoluo Bay Beach is met with piercing cold wind, and the cadets from the 147th Frogmen Reserve Team of the Army 101st Amphibious Reconnaissance Battalion began their final tests (Tough Man Week) on items including waters and mountain combat skills today, which not only test cadets’ physical strength and professional expertise, but also train their perseverant willpower.
The cadets of the 147th Frogmen Reserve Team began the final test course with frogman training and long distance running in early morning. Each cadet tensed up and marched forward in the piercing wind of early morning, hoping to break through their limit and obtain an excellent mark; later on, they went to Liaoluo Bay to proceed with courses including armed swimming, march with holding boats, and boat turning, where cadets not only had to prove their swimming skills, but also overcome the freezing sea water and complete the training by challenging themselves.
Cadets were then transferred to the combat skills hall in the afternoon to undergo mountain combat skills test, which consists of test items including knot methods, bouldering, drawbridge assault with single and double sling, and rappelling, where cadets are required to not only form the correct knots, but also make the right response and disposal during climbing, descending, and passing through the drawbridge in order to improvise the various unexpected situations encountered during the process of actual climbing.
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