Ho Scale trains are the first-ever vehicles used to train soldiers for the army.
The military trains Ho Scale soldiers in two ways: by using a stationary, wooden platform on a track, and by using the training platform as a platform to run over obstacles.
The Ho Scale training is very different from other infantry and military training.
Soldiers train on a stationary platform.
The platform is made up of a metal plate and wooden supports.
The supports are made of a different material.
These wooden supports have a small area that they are attached to, and a wooden board with an attached wire that connects the supports to the platform.
Soldiers can use the wooden platform as an obstacle course for training.
The trainee can use their bare hands to lift the platform and then walk across it.
The ho scale trainers train the soldiers to use the platform to gain speed and lift objects.
In addition to the training, soldiers get to practice shooting and shooting at targets.
Soldiers also get to try and take aim, with a range of different weapons.
The first batch of Ho Scale trainers was used to deploy troops in Afghanistan.
They have been deployed to Iraq, the Philippines, Iraq, and other locations.
They are also being used to help train soldiers to deal with roadside bombs.
The Army’s Ho Scale Training is one of many new programs that are being implemented to increase the physical fitness of its troops.