Week 3: The theory begins to decline, focusing more on practice. Theories include naval history, armed conflict law, money management, onboard communications, maritime basics … all will be wrapped up in the second written test.
Then the rookie will learn the basic rope skills, first aid techniques … Screaming, drills and physical training will continue with high intensity.
Week 4: After escaping here, the recruits will notice the commander less scolding. Start practicing shooting with guns like M16, shotgun. The rookie is given official uniforms and has a graduation photo taken.
Week 5: Additional 30 hours spent on coaching, administrative procedures and career / information options. The additional time is spent on shooting training, learning from terrorism experience in threatened conditions, history of terrorism, informatics classes, and familiarization with naval careers.
Week 6: Take pictures with the company. Continuing to craft and improve, interspersed with the basics of loss control and gunfight (this is especially important on a ship in the middle of the ocean).