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Question regarding females during Phase 1 Basic Training in the UK ARMY - hello, I've always been set on becoming an army nurse....?


    
... I'm now at the time where I'm finishing my A Levels and getting ready to apply to the army, I know I will get my nursing degree at Birmingham University, but first of all I will complete phase 1 basic training. I am so nervous, can someone please explain briefly what a typical day would consist of?...
#DayoftheGirl for my girl in Army basic training. Strong in body and mind.
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On August 26 a new army composed of two army corps, five reserve divisions, and a Moorish brigade was constituted. This army was to assemble in the region of Amiens between August 27 and September 1 and take the offensive against the German right, uniting its action with that of the British Army, operating on the line of Ham-Bray-sur-Somme.
On May 17, 1917, Col. I. W. Littell, of the Regular Army, was detailed to assemble and direct an organization to be known as the cantonment division of the Quartermaster Corps, whose duties were to consist of providing quarters and camps for the training and housing of the New National Army, which was to be selected by conscription as provided in the act of Congress dated May 18, 1917.