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Cpl. Tyler Viglione, SAN DIEGO
As recruits enter the chamber and the doors shut, the hazy smoke fills up the room. They know there is only one way out, conquering the gas. Recruits of India Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, conquered the confidence chamber at Edson Range at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 14. The purpose of the chamber event is to ensure
Sgt. Walter D. Marino II, San Diego
When it comes to recruit training, having fun isn’t what many would expect to occur while learning techniques for hand-to-hand combat. But that is exactly what happened for many recruits from Kilo Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion. Recruits of Company K learned unarmed manipulations as part of the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program training
Cpl. Tyler Viglione, San Diego
It doesn’t matter how good of shape recruits are in when they arrive to the depot. There is always room to improve. Recruits of Charlie Company, 1st Recruit Training Battalion, realized that when they began their series of interval sprints during a physical training session at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, July 15. “When recruits
Drill instructors teach recruits about the traditions of the Marine Corps, but before they are able to do that, they need to make sure they are perfect at it themselves. Students of Drill Instructor School began their guidon training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, July 10. A guidon is a flag representing a unit or command, and in
Sgt. Justis Beauregard, Army National Training Center Fort Irwin, California
The Marine Corps is a force in readiness. The 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion proved their readiness during their annual training here, 6 - 20 July, 2014. This year’s annual training brought the entire battalion to the Mojave Desert to conduct exercises such as weapons training, live fire ranges and demolition. The training allowed the
Sgt. Sarah Dietz, MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII
Australian, Mexican militaries conducted SWET at the base pool during Exercise Rim of the Pacific, July 1, 2014.
Kristen Wong, MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII
KAILUA, Hawaii — On some afternoons, people driving by Kailua Beach Park may notice several colored crescent kites riding the tradewinds.
Look carefully below, and you’ll see the kites carrying a surfer, kicking up the cool ocean water on a colorful board. This activity is known as kiteboarding.
Air Force Staff Sgt. Leslie Keopka-Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa, CAMP LEMONNIER, Djibouti
Street lights shine down on a tent in a turf field as Marines of all ranks gather inside, night after night, to learn crucial skills that could someday save their lives. These Marines not only are learning important martial arts tactics, but also are learning how to be martial arts instructors. "One mind, any weapon," is the motto for the Marine
Cpl. John Wilkes, MARINE CORPS AIR STATION BEAUFORT, S.C.
Lt. Col. James B. Stone IV relinquished command of Marine Wing Support Squadron 273 to Lt. Col. Phillip J. Schendler aboard Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, July 10.
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Approximately 200 Marines with Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 224, also known as the Fighting Bengals, along with Marines with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 31, returned to Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort after a six-month deployment, July 11.