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    How strict should drill be?

    As a drill enthusiast, I was taught that there was only one way to do drill - to the standard of A-PD-201-000. Many people (Including officers) back at home corps think that drill can be done any method as long as it works.

    I, personally think that it should be perfect (May be biased since I am a drill enthusiast) to the book and there is no other way to do it. (Well, Properly)

    What do you think?
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    As a drill enthusiast, I was taught that there was only one way to do drill - to the standard of A-PD-201-000. Many people (Including officers) back at home corps think that drill can be done any method as long as it works.

    I, personally think that it should be perfect (May be biased since I am a drill enthusiast) to the book and there is no other way to do it. (Well, Properly)

    What do you think?
    I agree with you! The 201 is the only way to go when it comes to drill. Drill is supposed to be uniform throughout the Forces and Cadets so that it looks clean and sharp. If everybody does it differently then the whole uniformity of drill is no longer there.
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