Adjutants Cup

The run/shoot was an individually timed assessment that tested soldiers ability run fast and shoot straight. Soldiers were timed over a distance of 800m, loading of 10 rounds into a magazine and engaging a target at 100m from the standing unsupported position. Every round on target deducted 1 second from their time so it was imperative that they make it to the finish line with the composure to engage swiftly and accurately.

The profession of soldiering requires us to be brilliant at the basics, and there is nothing more basic than the Test of Elementary Training (TOET) on the F88 Austeyr, our primary protection and assault weapon. Soldiers were assessed on their weapon drills against the Pam.

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