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Marine Corps recruits rappel down a wall during Recruit Training.
Capt. Kutilek describes his leadership role as an officer.
During Recruit Training, Marine recruits learn how to fire weapons at the rifle range.
Marine recruits in their 12th and final week of training reflect on their personal transformation and their future as Marines.
On the verge of graduation from Recruit Training, recruits reunite with their loved ones during Family Day at Parris Island, S.C.
Upon arrival, Marine recruits receive their first instruction from a drill instructor at Parris Island, S.C.
Cpl. Christopher Vogt works as a canine handler and trains his dog, Kepie, to help protect the president of the United States.
Capt. Kutilek explains why he wanted to go into the infantry when he joined the Marine Corps.
An MEU is made up of ground, aviation and logistics combat elements, all operating under a unifying command element.
Four Marines are always on guard at the West Wing of the White House.
A Marine Corps captain describes his role as an artillery officer and leader of Marines.
Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Michael J. Wulf, a bulk fuel specialist, describes how "hot refueling" works.
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