Organization of the Roman army

In the early republic, any Roman between the ages of 17 and 46 who owned property could be drafted into the army.
The service life was 20-25 years.
Entering the service, the recruit took an oath of loyalty.
Every day, the warriors practiced swimming, running, jumping, darting, and swordsmanship.
Three times a month, the army made marches 30 km. The warriors walked at a fast pace at a speed of 6-8 km / h.
Legionnaires learned to build and dismantle a military camp.
The guilty were subjected to corporal punishment.
The Legion’s diet was reduced for insubordination.
Decimation – execution by lot of every 10th warrior.

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