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Page 26 text:
PHY I CAL TRAINING
A soldier's training day is not complete without
daily physical training. On or off the P. T. field a
soldier 's physicalfitness is being honed to a razors
edge. On the P. T. Field between 0500 to 1700 hours
you can hear the familiar sounds of repetitions be-
ing counted and the echos of soldiers sounding off
with - "More PT Sergeant, more PTP'
A soldier must be tough - tough enough to stand
a demanding daily routine, tough enough to enter
combat with a full measure of strength. Physical
fitness, therefore, is an essential part of a Soldier 's
The physical training program of the U.S. Army is
designed to develop strength, endurance, agility,
and coordination - and to promote confidence, ag-
gressiveness, motivation, esprit and teamwork.
What does it take? Miles of running, hundreds of
pushups, dozens of repetitions of the "daily dozen"
exercises. The result: strength for a time which
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WHA T ARE
ER GEAN T ?
They are the cautioning voice, the helpful
hand, the watchful eye that guides the new
soldier through the strenuous Army Training.
They have gained their knowledge through
practical experience. It is their job to guide,
instruct, and encourage the young people who
are training to become soldiers.
They are seasoned graduates of the Drill Ser-
geants School-a course which reviews all the
"Basics" of Initial Entry Training in a cur-
riculum much more strenuous than Initial
Entry Training. They wear the Distinctive
Mark ofa Graduate of that school-the World
War I type campaign hat or the Australian
To the Drill Sergeants at Fort Leonard Wood
and the proud soldiers they have produced,
this book is dedicated.
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