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Don’t turn off that console just yet - your gaming and tech skills could change your life The six-truck convoy creeps cautiously through the desert terrain. As the drivers double check the route the soldiers on top-cover watch carefully for anything untoward. To the right,

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Sapper Ebonie Jones of 26 Royal Engineers is only 20, but is already one of the Army’s brightest sporting prospects When I was 10-years-old, I saw a documentary on Muay Thai and Cage Fighting, so I asked my dad to take me kickboxing. I started to

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Sapper Michael Bamsey, 25, tells The Locker how the Army is helping him develop into a world-class marksman I’ve been competing since I was 12-years-old in both small bore and air rifle events, and I was an active international before I joined the Army. If I hadn’t

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You and your mates have driven down to the coast for a BBQ on the beach. It’s been fun, you’re full of burger, a bit sunburnt and it’s time to go home. But your friend’s only gone and got the car stuck in sand. Here

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The front flip is an ‘air raley’ (ray-ley) based trick. A traditional air raley – which is the one that makes the rider look like Superman – is the basis for many off-the-water air tricks. It is a complex trick to learn, requiring excellent core,

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What is a three-pointer? A three-pointer is a basket scored from outside the D – the furthest line away from the hoop on a basketball court. Shooting a basket on or beyond that D-line gives you three points in a match. Feel it Get the muscle memory

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