How did Romans Soldiers Train? #Shorts


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How did Romans Soldiers Train? #Shorts



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  1. It is known that later on under the leadership of emperor Edward sallow, the roman Legions of North America began to adopt light infantry firearms, though they were often seen as unreliable, so Caesar sallow still insisted that his soldiers be skilled in melee combat, giving them an edge over their main adversary, the New California Republic

  2. Do not forget their legionary step was 30" long. Not too difficult today…but Roman Soldiers..like others…averaged only 5 foot all. This is like a 6 foot tall individual stepping 36" per stride…and this was done at a substancial pace.

    And it is also the Romans gave us the lowest Officer rank. Certain Officers in the Legion were responsible for maintaining the marching step and places…the rank is called Lieutenant in modern nomenclature…but means "Place Keeper"

  3. 60lbs of armour, kit, weapons, food and water. I did that in Afghanistan, in not impressed. Oh, and the only reason they became such a great fighting force is because during the Punic wars the Greeks went Roman Instead of Rhodian Carthage. In fact if it wasn't for the Greeks, the Romans would have been wiped out by their rivals centuries before they became the biggest stain in history.

  4. Train with heavier weapons and gear and when it's time to fight the real gear and weapons are easier to fight with and you won't suffer fatigue as quickly. If you carry 50 lbs in combat train with 80 lbs.