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Army launches full-scale assessment in bid to boost military skill levels

"One point off if you hit an obstacle bar while driving, and two points off if you completely roll over the bar. Be careful, because everyone has only one chance!" The shouts from an examiner filled the morning air in the training field of an armored regiment of Northwest China's Xinjiang military region affiliated to the Western Theater Command of the People's Liberation Army (PLA).The soldiers were waiting to drive an armored vehicle through obstructed routes, and they looked nervous. Their prospects for future promotion could be affected by the results in this exam. Starting in March, the PLA Army organized all officers and soldiers to take a military training grade evaluation. It was the first time the PLA ground forces carried out wide-ranging tests of this kind. Computer theory tests, drawing analysis, battlefield operations, and physical assembly operations are all being conducted simultaneously. The PLA Army is developing more focused, professional and scientific exams designed to make soldiers more versatile and ready for combat. All categories of commanders, staff officers, and military professionals will be placed into junior, middle, and senior levels in their major through this assessment, which combines theoretical knowledge and practical skills...........................

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