And then back to barracks with our normal routine... road run then “masi-masi”...
No Saturday Inspection... we're having our foot march and our destination was Camp 6 (about 11 kilometers from PMA). It was much tougher than the first foot march since we travelled on rugged terrains and passed along cliffs. We took an alternative route on our way back... Cannon Road. It was all concrete and asphalt roads going up... and took our rest upon reaching Luwakan airport. Then we continued until we heard the band... and we marched “head-up and chin-in” ‘til our final halt in the Borromeo field.
Marksmanship and Rappelling. I really enjoyed both courses... For the marksmanship training, we were asked to shoot the M-16 automatic rifle in different positions and in single shots and rapid firing... hit some bull’s eye (don’t ask where the other bullets went, I don’t know either... hehe)
The following day, it was still rainy when we returned to the academy. Our officers were just glad no one bogged down in our company considered we traveled 15 kilometers to reach PMA... though cadets maybe tough still there were those who had been feverish after the event... we’re no steel, after all.
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