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Marine Corps Officer Candidate Training

Marine officer candidates go through intense training, proving their moral, mental and physical strength.

Marine Corps Officer Candidate Training
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Marine officer candidates go through intense training, proving their moral, mental and physical strength. The physical training program at Officer Candidates School (OCS) is intense. Officers need the stamina and confidence to lead Marines in physically demanding situations, and to set the example through their own actions.

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