Will of steel: Striking pictures show Chinese anti-terrorist soldierstrudging through mud in gruelling training regime


By Tracy You For Mailonline 14:50 23 Jun 2016, updated 15:09 23 Jun 2016


  • Officers from the Armed Police Corps of Suining, China, were pictured during a rigorous drill on June 22
  • The soldiers were seen crawling in mud and trekking in heavy rain as they sharpened their military abilities
  • Intensive training programme lasts seven days and seven nights and is given to the elite squad regularly 
A set of striking pictures have emerged of soldiers from China displaying their will of steel in a rigorous anti-terrorist training exercise. 
These soldiers are from the counter-terrorist squad at the Armed Police Corps of Suining, a city of around 1.3 million people in south-west China's Sichuan Province. 
The warriors were pictured on June 22 crawling in the mud as they attended week-long training aimed to sharpen their combat capabilities.
Members of the elite police squad are given such grueling 'devil-style' drills, as billed by Chinese media, regardless of the weather and on a regular basis.
Each of these intensive training regimes lasts seven days and seven nights, according to an article on the People's Daily Online in March.
They usually include a variety of strenuous outdoor challenges, including wrestling in mud and navigating rough terrain.
The soldiers are also tasked to pass through highly dangerous areas filled with poisonous gas or land mines.
Such arduous training programmes are designed to 'enhance their overall military abilities and to build their strength of faith and will', according to the same report. 

Tough training: A team of soldiers in China crawled in the mud as they attended an anti-terrorist training programme yesterday
Tough training: A team of soldiers in China crawled in the mud as they attended an anti-terrorist training programme yesterday
Nothing is going to stop us! These brave soldier are from the counter-terrorist squad at the Armed Police Corps of Suining, Sichuan 
Nothing is going to stop us! These brave soldier are from the counter-terrorist squad at the Armed Police Corps of Suining, Sichuan 
Fight until the last breath: A soldier was pictured in action during the rigorous drill that would last seven days and seven nights
Fight until the last breath: A soldier was pictured in action during the rigorous drill that would last seven days and seven nights
I've got the will of steel: The week-long training is aimed to sharpen their combat capabilities and to toughen their character
I've got the will of steel: The week-long training is aimed to sharpen their combat capabilities and to toughen their character
It's a muddy battle field: The elite police squad is given gruelling 'devil-style' drills, as billed by Chinese media, regardless of the weather
It's a muddy battle field: The elite police squad is given gruelling 'devil-style' drills, as billed by Chinese media, regardless of the weather
All for one, and one for all: They undergo a variety of strenuous challenges, including wrestling in mud and navigating rough terrain
All for one, and one for all: They undergo a variety of strenuous challenges, including wrestling in mud and navigating rough terrain
There are no secrets to success: One soldier was pictured pushing the limits during the notorious training designed to counter terrorism
There are no secrets to success: One soldier was pictured pushing the limits during the notorious training designed to counter terrorism
First there: The soldiers are also tasked to pass through highly dangerous areas filled with poisonous gas and landmines
First there: The soldiers are also tasked to pass through highly dangerous areas filled with poisonous gas and landmines
The way to success: Chinese media said the programme could 'enhance their overall military abilities and to build their strength of will'
The way to success: Chinese media said the programme could 'enhance their overall military abilities and to build their strength of will'
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Source http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/peoplesdaily/article-3656346/Striking-pictures-Chinese-anti-terrorist-soldiers-gruelling-week-long-training.html

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