It’s not really about going to bed, as that implies a decision and being able to lie in bed doing other things, such as reading. It’s “hit on price” or “out” and you do when the Drill Instructor speaks to you and then the lights go out and there’s no talk. You usually sleep somewhere between when the Drill Instructor turns the light switch and when the light is actually off. With that said, the times change depending on the training schedule, the period you’re in, the time of year, etc. The “normal” time is around 9 pm.
I’m a camping Nana just like a normal grandma except much cooler shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
Also, keep in mind that most people in the platoon have at least 1 hour of fire watch at night, so you spend an hour every night. It’s best when your shift is the first or last hour because if you’re in the middle of the hour, you have to wake up 15 minutes before and take 15 minutes after that to go back to rack and go to bed, so you lose 1.5 hours of sleep. The second part of Boer War 2 was a war of attrition and concentration camps played a role in this. During the first part of the war, the British invaded the State of Orange Free and the Transvaal. They have occupied all of Boer’s major residential centers and any infrastructure there. After doing this, they expected Boers to surrender. However, the Boers began to fight a highly effective Guerrilla operation and there was no sign of them giving up. The British problem was that Boer commandos were much more mobile than them and they could live off land, apparently, at the time, indefinitely. General Kitchener, the British Commander-in-Chief, decided that in order to win, the British had to undermine the Boers’ mobility and their ability to live off land.