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Marine Corps recruits rappel down a wall during Recruit Training.
During Recruit Training, Marine recruits learn how to fire weapons at the rifle range.
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.
Four Marines are always on guard at the West Wing of the White House.
Marine Corps Staff Sgt. Michael J. Wulf, a bulk fuel specialist, describes how "hot refueling" works.
Recruits learn the basics of weapons safety and marksmanship during grass week.
Recruits learn rappelling to prepare them to deploy from helicopters, navigate difficult terrain and gain access to buildings.
Recruits take on the Bayonet Assault Course and learn how to channel their intensity toward an enemy.
Drill instructors demand that recruits move quickly, be thorough and move as a unit.
Drill instructors guide recruits through receiving, as the recruits begin their transformation into United States Marines.
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