"Field Training" is "practice war." They operate and live in a simulated combat environment and learn the fundamentals of patrolling, firing, setting up camp, and more.
Basic Warrior Training introduces recruits to field living conditions. The majority of a Marine's field training is conducted after recruit training at the School of Infantry.
During the 3-day Basic Warrior Training recruits will learn basic field skills like setting up a tent, field sanitation and camouflage. It is also during this training that recruits go through the gas chamber.
Before starting, the recruits were given a brief demonstration of the course by the staff who work at Page Field.
The recruits low-crawled across the first portion of the course, back-crawled under barbed wire, rushed over the “tall wall” while checking for traps and finally made their way to the end.
They were not told that if they didn’t do it right the first time, they would have to repeat the course until they did it right. Basic warrior training