Activities have included an assault course, battlefield survival and time on a laser firing range - something performance director Nick Johnston believes will pay dividends with the season fast approaching.
"The thinking behind this camp was to get a change of environment and a different type of training," Johnston said. "The guys at RAF Honington have specific expertise in getting recruits and paras through and in the best possible shape and that can only benefit us.
"It has broken down communication barriers and tested how they work when fatigued. You've seen some of the exercises they've been doing - like carrying a team mate from the battlefield. They have to work as a team and that is something they have done particularly well."