We had to be in formation at 0600 hours this morning to move to the land navigation course. It was 23 degrees, pretty cold to be outside all day. We broke into groups and had three posted signed sites to find . They were all about 800 meters apart. We used compass and map to locate. Our group found what we needed in the three hours we had to do it. We also participated in a field service and saw how it is done. We have them coming up soon, mine will be a week from tomorrow.
I ate my first MRE for lunch. It was not too bad: Chicken breast and stuffing.
We moved to another areas and had our Warrior Task Training. Tomorrow is our test. Be in prayer.
We ate supper at that location and then moved to another course for Night Land Navigation. Our squad was the second back in so we were very happy. The only bad thing about it was that we had to wait about 45 minutes for the rest of the groups to get finished. That made for a cold wait.
We had been bussed around all day, but this time we tactical marched about two miles back to the main dorm and had a final formation and released for the evening. It was about 2130 hours (9:30 p.m.).
I am exhausted from being outside all day. It didn't get over 34 degrees today, so I am glad to be setting in a warm room and thawing out while I type this blog.
Tomorrow is another day out. We will be in full battle rattle gear and doing infiltration courses (day and night, live fire night).
Keep me in prayer and especially as I prepare for quizes on Friday.