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In our series of special reports into the British Army's overseas training exercise in the jungle of Central America, we've seen how soldiers from across the country are learning basic survival techniques, including how to source food and water - and start fires in some of the most difficult conditions imaginable.
As part of the programme, troops are being taught different styles of attack in live firing ranges. It's training, which more of our military could be put through as Britain ends its combat mission in Afghanistan.
Matt Price reports:
In the second of our special reports from the jungle in Belize, we join young soldiers as they enter the intense firing range.
Static targets are shot as part of rifle-training in 30 degree heat.
ITV cameras capture the point of view of young men and women who head into battle on the front line.
As part of their training they're also required to cross a crocodile infested river:
ITV News has been given access to Price Barracks in the former British colony of Belize where dozens of young British Army soldiers are being put through their paces.
As the UK ends its combat mission in Afghanistan, it's hoped more soldiers will go through training in these kinds of environment.
In the first of his three special reports, Matt Price looks back at the history of that base - and how our troops are being pushed to the limit in the jungles of Central America:
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ITV News reporter Matt Price spent a week with the British Army training in Belize.