What is PARA 10?
The PARAS’10 is a gruelling 10 mile endurance race based on the 10 miler from The Parachute Regiment’s P Company test week. There are 2 main races: the PARAS’10 TAB (complete the course in boots and carrying a 35lb pack), or the PARAS’10 Run (same course without bergen and boots).
What is a 10 mile tab?
TAB stands for Tactical Advance to Battle. The Parachute Regiment challenges you to attempt the 10 mile ‘P’ Company Cross Country Route, carrying a bergen weighing 35lb (excluding food and water) in ‘military style’ or hiking boots with ankle support.
What does P Company consist of?
P Company is a notoriously gruelling course which is both physically and mentally demanding and includes a high-level assault course, the gruelling log race and a brutal form of boxing called “milling”.
Where are 10 para based?
The 10th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment was an airborne infantry battalion of the Parachute Regiment, originally raised as 10th (Sussex) Battalion by the British Army during the Second World War. The battalion was raised around volunteers from the Royal Sussex Regiment at Kibrit in the Middle East.
What regiment is based at Colchester?
Colchester Garrison is currently home to the British Army’s 16th Air Assault Brigade. The brigade has three air assault infantry battalions, two aviation regiments, one artillery regiment, and supporting units (engineer, signals, logistics, medical).
How many points do you need to pass P coy?
All events are scored, except the trainasium event which is a straight pass or fail. The total score required to pass is 45, with 10 points (maximum) being awarded for each test.
What is the most elite Regiment in the British Army?
The Special Air Service (SAS) The SAS is one of the world’s most renowned and respected special forces regiments.
What is milling in the PARAs?
Milling is a training activity used to assess candidates from age 17 for the elite Parachute Regiment of the British Army. It is one of eight physically-demanding assessment events carried out over four days.