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Are the Gurkha regiments as tough as they say?

I’ve related this before. I served in the 5th Infantry in the 25th ID. We exchanged with the 6th Queens Gurkha I believe. Twice in Hawaii and once n Australia. Hardcore dudes. As a 8 man Sqd they ate together, showered together, trained, fought, chased whores, the latter is another story not told in polite company.Small and in lean in build. 5’6” about in average. The SGM was a 40 year man. Led by Brit. officers that spent their careers with their regiment. Commanded by a Sandhurst grad Infantry Major at the co level. Officers were Total pros!!!I will give an example of their physical hardness. The Gurkhas ate goat. They had to be un-nurtured for a reason I will not go into. I bought 2 for each platoon commander. 6 total. On the big island of Hawaii half of it is dry lava. Unbelievably hard to walk much less track. Black as coal so at night you cannot see jack. One night a goat got lose. He was GONE across the lava. Saved. Or so we thought. I offered to buy another one but the SGM said no. Their honor. About 2200 hrs, 3% visibility was the night. 2 Gurkhas one a corporal took off out of the perimeter. All night the skipper was letting me know I was meat if something happened. Well the company commander was meat I thought. I was a LT😎At dawn about BMNT 2 GURKHAs jogging over the lava rock with a live goat over a shoulder came in. Thunderous applause. The Gurkha SGM stood proud. I knew for a certainty that I would never get away from them on foot. Bad asses.Think about these guys. They walk 21 days to the training depot. They have to taught to use utensils use a toilet and they get to eat meat during training. Where they come from meat was a luxury. They served as their great great grandfathers served. 20–30 years. They go home revered as well-off men. All of them great troopers.

Who is the luckiest person on Earth?

Teri Horton, the woman who purchased a painting by Jackson Pollock worth $50 million in a thrift store for 5 dollars.What seemed to be a worthless canvas filled with scribbles in an unused corner of a thrift shop in California in the early 90s was actually a masterpiece of American painter Jackson Pollock.She thought the painting was stupid, but wanted to purchase it as a gift to a depressed friend. The store owner wanted $8 for it. Terri refused to pay $8 for that piece of crap, and offered $5 instead. Eager to get rid of that big useless canvas that nobody wanted, the store owner sold it for $5.Later, she and her art teacher were drinking at her apartment and planning to play throwing darts on the painting. The art teacher saw the painting and warned her: “It seems you’ve got a Jackson Pollock!”“Who the f*ck is Jackson Pollock?”, she asked.So the art teacher explained to her.She then took the painting to many art experts and when it was finally authenticated, it sold for 50 million USD

Would a modern US soldier be able to endure the training of a Roman soldier 3,000 years ago?

A minor point. The Legions were not around 3000 years ago so we will talk about 1st AD. Good question, however. Let’s describe a 400 mile march.I am not so sure they could compete. The Legions were tough. Tacitus tells us that their breakfast was a glass of water. They would hump with full gear weighing about 80lbs at about 21 miles a day. Lunch was some more bread. The last meal of the day was a whole loaf or some other type of protein. Meat was not on the menu but they did eat meat if they caught something. The squad was 8 troopers and one cooked . Now remember this was squeezed in with the building of a marching camp.Each legion was responsible for their night marching camp. 5400 troops built this camp with security detachments to preclude a surprise attack at sunset or night. Other detachments of cavalry deployed around the camp. Others ride out to reconA lot of the materials are carried but this was built EVERY NIGHT when stopped. Whatever they brought with them the slaves picked up and put them on ox carts or carried it. The rest was destroyed every night. 21 miles again. And again.Dando-Collins in his book “Legions of Rome” circa 2010; describes tough discipline. He quoted Caesar (the first one); to give idea of what was expected; “I want obedience and self-restraint from my soldiers just as much as courage in the face of the enemy”…from his work “The Gallic War, VII, 52, circa 50 BC.Dando-Collins uses the Centurion named, Lucilius who had a habit of hitting his troops with a stick/vine. Even for minor offenses he beat them unmercifully. He was nicknamed “Bring another” because he brutally beat his troopers. During the Pannonia revolt his men beat him to death with sticks he carried.Polybius a Greek/Roman historian described what the death penalty was given for. Giving false evidence, stealing, sleeping on duty. Homosexuality was accepted in society but in the Legions it was a death penalty offense. The Legions thought that it hurt discipline due to unfair application of discipline and were told it was alright once they retired. Yikes holding for 20 years!!Back to your question. Given what Polybius, Seneca, Tacitus and Dando-Collin’s research says; what they describe for a 400 miles march. What do you think?

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