It goes without saying (two)


One of my qualitative measures of a “good” military is that the people in it are tough and well trained. Frequently being tough means have suffered through and overcome adversity and some of that may need to occur during military training, especially during the all important junior NCO and junior officer training courses where the future CDSs and coxswains and RSMs are shaped … and where many have to be rejected.



Published by Ted Campbell

Old, retired Canadian soldier, Conservative ~ socially moderate, but a fiscal hawk. A husband, father and grandfather. Published material is posted under the "Fair Dealing" provisions (§29) of the Copyright Act for the purposes of research, private study and education.

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