Can anyone provide some good suggestions for good lessons that can be done with little preparations? Our current situation is as follows. Infantry plt detachment, with a majority of JNCO's on tour. I am the senior private soldier and as such has been supervising a lot of the training on the drill evenings. This has consisted of Map building and giving orders (i am doing JNCOs myself towards the end of the year so trainign for me too!), contact drills on foot, patrols and basic skills. Also given presentation on the recent tour...The platoon head shed are busy with admin/new recruits so we are generally left to it. Our facilities are relatively limited, we dont have our own vehicles so cant practice vehicle contact drills (apparently it can be a bit of a nause to get one down to us). The space is limited as well, we have the TAC itself, and a small compound where other unit vehicles are kept (cant access them...). There is a large park behind us, but we cant do much other than tab round it, and we have no PTI so in theory cant do PT...No NBC instructors either, we do have qualified medics, but we dont have much kit to practice with. What i need is a list of something that can be done quickly with a minimum of notice and preparation, but still be interesting for the troops and get their blood pumping as that is what they prefer. The vast majority of them are still fairly new with less than 18 months service behind them, no tours yet, and no camp other than CIC. I prefer them to practice their basic skills (contact drills, 5 & 20's and so on) that would help them when they eventually mobilise, but it is getting a little dull now. Anyone got any suggestions for more stuff we can do?