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A Sense of Achievement (02:18)

Recent graduates of Basic Training look back on their experiences.

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Ship to Shore

Ship to Shore

Marines disembark from a landing craft and prepare to move inland for an exercise.

  • Marine Corps, Marine Corps Reserve
  • Training
  • Enlisted
On the Ropes

On the Ropes

Recruits participate in a ropes course, which helps them develop agility that can be useful in a combat situation.

  • Army
  • Training
  • Enlisted
Week 1: Receiving Recruit View

Week 1: Receiving Recruit View (01:01)

Upon arrival, Marine recruits receive their first instruction from a drill instructor at Parris Island, S.C.

  • Marine Corps
  • Training
  • Enlisted
Inside Navy Boot Camp

Inside Navy Boot Camp (05:14)

Take a step-by-step tour of Navy Boot Camp at Great Lakes Recruit Training Depot to discover how recruits transform into Sailors.

  • Navy, Navy Reserve
  • Training
  • Enlisted
Navy Officer Candidate School - Arrival

Navy Officer Candidate School - Arrival (01:23)

Officer candidates arrive at the Navy Officer Candidate School (OCS) at Naval Station Newport in Newport, R.I., to begin their training and education.

  • Navy
  • Training
  • Officer
Week 1: Receiving Drill Instructor View

Week 1: Receiving Drill Instructor View (00:53)

Drill instructors guide recruits through receiving, as the recruits begin their transformation into United States Marines.

  • Marine Corps, Marine Corps Reserve
  • Training
  • Enlisted
From Zero to Sixty

From Zero to Sixty (01:10)

Sabrena, a member of the Air National Guard, shares her experiences in Basic Military Training and technical training.

  • Air National Guard
  • Training
  • Enlisted
Week 11: The Crucible Planks Course

Week 11: The Crucible Planks Course (00:46)

During The Crucible, the final part of Marine Corps Basic Recruit Training, recruits complete a plank exercise.

  • Marine Corps, Marine Corps Reserve
  • Training
  • Enlisted

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