They learn to fix their equipment, they do sports training, flight training, boat/ship training, arms training, field maneuvers, they lean how to deal with dangerous situations, they have psychology classes, many of them go to universities financed by their countries military. They will learn about new technologies or study the maps of the world. Some will learn how to lead.
Some of them will jump in helping the firefighters/ police when a disaster occurs and manpower is needed to help. Here's my countries armed forces fixing a dam with sand bags: http://funadvice.com/r/152jipshj83
My cousin's husband is in Aphghan and usually when he comes back him and I just play CoD on the ps3 (lol) but we also go back outside and train and work out and stuff like that! (I have fun with him)
My cousin is in the army and it depends. If he's on leave, he visits his family and girlfriend and if he's not 'at war', he's training.
I agree...there is always something to do. If they arent getting briefed on something then they are going through training.
They all stay in a camp and have daily training and drills with occasional sports, activities, or meals.
Hopefully enjoyin thr families, but I think they train when they r not at war
waiting to be called to war
nice picture Thank you.:-)
May be preparing for war.
familys and training