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The Nigerian Army said on Saturday that the essence of joint Armyrats © military training with British Armyrats © Military Advisory Training Team was to introduce the Armyrats © military to contemporary training method. Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai, Chief of Army Staff made this known while speaking as the Reviewing Officer at the 74 Regular Recruits Intake Passing Out Parade (POP) held at Depot Nigerian Army, Zaria. Buratai was represented by the Chief of Administration, Nigerian Army, Maj.-Gen. A. B. Abubakar, said, The joint Armyrats © military training conducted with the British Armyrats © Military Advisory Training Team is aimed at modernising the initial training.

This is to ensure that you are introduced to contemporary training method and improvised explosive device awareness training and survival skills to make you a strong force to be reckoned with.

According to the COAS, this training is very important particularly given the security challenges currently confronting the nation. He charged the newly graduated recruits to exhibit a high sense of disciple, loyalty, integrity, selfless service courage and respect for others. Buratai advised them to imbibe and retain the mental, physical and spiritual training given at Depot and others they would be exposed to at their respective units, formation and corps.

He said that the security challenges confronting the country would soon be a thing of the past as necessary measures were put in place to achieve the set goal.

Today s occasion is another milestone in the history of Depot Nigerian Army and indeed the country at large.

This highly reputable institution established in 1924 has remained pivotal in the production of soldiers for the Nigerian Army.

The institution provides a platform for the transformation of able-bodied young men and women from civilians into combatant soldiers capable of defending the territorial integrity from all threats, he said. He said realistic training was the best means of preparing the Nigerian Army personnel toward achieving its goals as enshrined in the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Buratai lauded the efforts of the management and the entire staff of Depot Nigerian Army for what he described as an improvement in every aspect of realistic result oriented training.

This improved standard is yielding positive results as evident in the robust fighting spirit exhibited by our troops in North-East and the excellent display of discipline and coordination witnessed during this raid.

I am indeed pleased; this institution remained distinguished among its contemporaries within and outside the country.

I am without any hesitation assure you of my untimely commitment and support toward improving the standard of training and welfare of recruits and staff of Depot Nigerian Army and indeed the Nigerian Army in general, he said.

Over 2,900 recruits graduated in the 74 regular recruit intake.

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There was only one problem his Lordship was on the verge of being arrested both in Prussia and France. The charge? having manifested his affections for members of his own sex. These allegations were thought to be proven by von Steuben s close ties to Frederick the Great, the ruler of Prussia at the time, and his brother, Prince Henry, who were both widely rumored to be homosexual. Franklin decided that von Steuben s expertise was much more important to the colonial enterprise than his sexuality, so he recommended that he be taken on as the trainer for the American army. This also needed to be done as soon as possible, as the Baron was about to be arrested by French authorities. Thus by September, 1777, von Steuben was on his way to the colonies, and arrived in Valley Forge in February, 1778, to meet General George Washington and to begin training the American troops. He, at this time, did not speak a word of English. Despite this obvious communications difficulty (he initially trained the troops by speaking in French to two American officers Alexander Hamilton and Nathaniel Greene who translated for him into English). By late 1778, von Steuben had become so proficient, and so thoroughly American, that he wrote and had published a brochure entitled Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States, also known as The Blue Book. This became a fundamental guide for the Continental Army and remained in active use through the War of 1812; it would also be published in over 70 editions.

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My dear Baron:

Altho I have taken frequent opportunities, both in public and private, of acknowledging your great zeal, attention and abilities in performing the duties of your office; yet I wish to make use of this last moment of my public life, to signifie (sic) in the strongest terms my entire approbation of your conduct, and to express my sense of the obligations the public is under to you, and for your faithful and meritorious services.

I beg you will be convinced, my dear sir, that I should rejoice if it could ever be in my power to serve you more essentially than by expressions of regard and affection, but in the meantime, I am persuaded you will not be displeased with this farewell token of my sincere friendship and esteem for you.

This is the last letter I shall every write while I continue in the service of my country; the hour of my resignation is fixed at 12 this day, after which I shall become a private citizen on the banks of the Potomack (sic), where I shall be glad to embrace you, and to testify the great esteem and consideration with which I am, etc.

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In part due to the great legacy of this formidable character, our Armyrats © military eventually developed into the greatest fighting force on earth. Were we able to reinstill Baron von Steuben s strength and determination in those who command the American Armyrats © military in 2016, we might be able to recapture the fighting spirit von Steuben bequeathed to us.

Click on the link to read Susan s Guns & Politics column.

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Guns & Politics: Field Of The Cloth Of Gold[3]

Guns & Politics: Scottish Sniper[4]

Guns & Politics: A Warrior And A President[5]

Guns & Politics: The Shooting At Mayerling Changed The World[6]

Guns & Politics: Gouverneur Morris And The Income Inequality Revolution[7]

Gun & Politics: What Andrew Jackson Did When His Wife Was Insulted[8]

Guns & Politics: Alexander Hamilton Vs. Aaron Burr In The Days Of Political Honor[9]

Susan Smith brings an international perspective to her writing by having lived primarily in western Europe, mainly in Paris, France, and the U.S., primarily in Washington, D.C. She authored a weekly column for Human Events on politics with historical aspects.. She also served as the Staff Director of the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Children, Family, Drugs and Alcoholism, and Special Assistant to the first Ambassador of Afghanistan following the initial fall of the Taliban. Ms. Smith is a graduate of Wheeling Jesuit University and Georgetown University, as well as the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris, France, where she obtained her French language certification. Ms. Smith now makes her home in McLean, Va.

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There was only one problem his Lordship was on the verge of being arrested both in Prussia and France. The charge? having manifested his affections for members of his own sex. These allegations were thought to be proven by von Steuben s close ties to Frederick the Great, the ruler of Prussia at the time, and his brother, Prince Henry, who were both widely rumored to be homosexual. Franklin decided that von Steuben s expertise was much more important to the colonial enterprise than his sexuality, so he recommended that he be taken on as the trainer for the American army. This also needed to be done as soon as possible, as the Baron was about to be arrested by French authorities. Thus by September, 1777, von Steuben was on his way to the colonies, and arrived in Valley Forge in February, 1778, to meet General George Washington and to begin training the American troops. He, at this time, did not speak a word of English. Despite this obvious communications difficulty (he initially trained the troops by speaking in French to two American officers Alexander Hamilton and Nathaniel Greene who translated for him into English). By late 1778, von Steuben had become so proficient, and so thoroughly American, that he wrote and had published a brochure entitled Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States, also known as The Blue Book. This became a fundamental guide for the Continental Army and remained in active use through the War of 1812; it would also be published in over 70 editions.

Von Steuben s method of training was to begin with a model company, in the American army s case, a group of 100 chosen men who were trained and then successively worked outward into each brigade. He trained the soldiers while he was in full Armyrats © military dress uniform, swearing and yelling at them up and down in German and French, later assigning a French speaking Armyrats © military aide to translate the curses into English for the soldiers. Von Steuben introduced a system of progressive training, beginning with the school of the soldier, with and without arms, and going through the school of the regiment. Warfare in the 18th century was a relatively simple matter, once the battle was joined, as combat was at close range, massed-fire melee, where rapidity of firing was of primary importance. Speed of firing could only be achieved by drilling men in the handling of their firearms until the motions of loading and firing were mechanical. Von Steuben s new firing regulations were much simpler than those used by every other army, and they speeded up considerably, for the American troops. The results of his training of the Continental army became clear in the battles of Barren Hill and then at Monmouth, in May, 1778 and June, 1778, respectively. Following these events, Washington recommended to the Continental Congress that von Steuben be appointed as Inspector General, which the Congress approved.

Though widely regarded as aloof, and pompous, cold and theatrical, von Steuben was well respected by his American peers for his Armyrats © military skill and abilities. He was also known for his profligacy and extravagant spending, especially for uniforms, which were often emblazoned with epaulettes and medals of his own design. Nonetheless, von Steuben s ability to create a great Armyrats © military force out of American farmers and merchants was so successful that not only was the faith Washington and Franklin had in him totally justified, but the American Armyrats © military he trained earned worldwide accolades for defeating the British military, the most formidable fighting force in the world at that time. General Washington, in particular, thought so highly of Baron von Steuben that he made his last official act as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army to write a letter to the Baron in December of 1783, saying:

My dear Baron:

Altho I have taken frequent opportunities, both in public and private, of acknowledging your great zeal, attention and abilities in performing the duties of your office; yet I wish to make use of this last moment of my public life, to signifie (sic) in the strongest terms my entire approbation of your conduct, and to express my sense of the obligations the public is under to you, and for your faithful and meritorious services.

I beg you will be convinced, my dear sir, that I should rejoice if it could ever be in my power to serve you more essentially than by expressions of regard and affection, but in the meantime, I am persuaded you will not be displeased with this farewell token of my sincere friendship and esteem for you.

This is the last letter I shall every write while I continue in the service of my country; the hour of my resignation is fixed at 12 this day, after which I shall become a private citizen on the banks of the Potomack (sic), where I shall be glad to embrace you, and to testify the great esteem and consideration with which I am, etc.

It should be noted that not only did von Steuben create a significant Armyrats © military force, he also advocated for the creation of Armyrats © military academies, for a standing army, and for the creation of veteran organizations. He also established a standard of sanitation and camp layouts that would remain the standard for a century and a half. Baron von Steuben, who came to quite love his adopted homeland, became an American citizen in March, 1784, and eventually established residency in New York. He died a bachelor in 1794, leaving his New York property (16,000 acres at the time) to his former aides, William North and Benjamin Walker.

In part due to the great legacy of this formidable character, our Armyrats © military eventually developed into the greatest fighting force on earth. Were we able to reinstill Baron von Steuben s strength and determination in those who command the American Armyrats © military in 2016, we might be able to recapture the fighting spirit von Steuben bequeathed to us.

Click on the link to read Susan s Guns & Politics column.

Guns & Politics: Hillary Clinton Is No Sybil Ludington[10]

Guns & Politics: Alexander The Great[11]

Guns & Politics: Field Of The Cloth Of Gold[12]

Guns & Politics: Scottish Sniper[13]

Guns & Politics: A Warrior And A President[14]

Guns & Politics: The Shooting At Mayerling Changed The World[15]

Guns & Politics: Gouverneur Morris And The Income Inequality Revolution[16]

Gun & Politics: What Andrew Jackson Did When His Wife Was Insulted[17]

Guns & Politics: Alexander Hamilton Vs. Aaron Burr In The Days Of Political Honor[18]

Susan Smith brings an international perspective to her writing by having lived primarily in western Europe, mainly in Paris, France, and the U.S., primarily in Washington, D.C. She authored a weekly column for Human Events on politics with historical aspects.. She also served as the Staff Director of the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Children, Family, Drugs and Alcoholism, and Special Assistant to the first Ambassador of Afghanistan following the initial fall of the Taliban. Ms. Smith is a graduate of Wheeling Jesuit University and Georgetown University, as well as the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris, France, where she obtained her French language certification. Ms. Smith now makes her home in McLean, Va.

Guns & Politics: The German That Taught Us How To Fight The British

References

  1. ^ Guns & Politics: Hillary Clinton Is No Sybil Ludington (dailycaller.com)
  2. ^ Guns & Politics: Alexander The Great (dailycaller.com)
  3. ^ Guns & Politics: Field Of The Cloth Of Gold (dailycaller.com)
  4. ^ Guns & Politics: Scottish Sniper (dailycaller.com)
  5. ^ Guns & Politics: A Warrior And A President (dailycaller.com)
  6. ^ Guns & Politics: The Shooting At Mayerling Changed The World (dailycaller.com)
  7. ^ Guns & Politics: Gouverneur Morris And The Income Inequality Revolution (dailycaller.com)
  8. ^ Gun & Politics: What Andrew Jackson Did When His Wife Was Insulted (dailycaller.com)
  9. ^ Guns & Politics: Alexander Hamilton Vs. Aaron Burr In The Days Of Political Honor (dailycaller.com)
  10. ^ Guns & Politics: Hillary Clinton Is No Sybil Ludington (dailycaller.com)
  11. ^ Guns & Politics: Alexander The Great (dailycaller.com)
  12. ^ Guns & Politics: Field Of The Cloth Of Gold (dailycaller.com)
  13. ^ Guns & Politics: Scottish Sniper (dailycaller.com)
  14. ^ Guns & Politics: A Warrior And A President (dailycaller.com)
  15. ^ Guns & Politics: The Shooting At Mayerling Changed The World (dailycaller.com)
  16. ^ Guns & Politics: Gouverneur Morris And The Income Inequality Revolution (dailycaller.com)
  17. ^ Gun & Politics: What Andrew Jackson Did When His Wife Was Insulted (dailycaller.com)
  18. ^ Guns & Politics: Alexander Hamilton Vs. Aaron Burr In The Days Of Political Honor (dailycaller.com)
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