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Marine Corps recruits at Parris Island, S.C., practice marksmanship during Recruit Training.
Marine Corps recruits attend a graduation ceremony upon successful completion of their grueling 12-week training course.
During The Crucible, the final part of Marine Corps Basic Recruit Training, recruits complete a plank exercise.
Before graduation from Air Force Basic Military Training, recruits participate in the Airman's Run.
During Basic Expeditionary Airman Skills Training (BEAST), Air Force recruits deploy to the BEAST Encampment and live in the field environment for...
Air Force recruits tackle a challenging obstacle course during the fourth week of Basic Military Training.
Air Force recruits learn self-aid and buddy care so that they can help themselves or their fellow Airmen if they are injured in the field.
Airmen in the Services field learn how to keep their fellow service members comfortable, whether they are on base or deployed.
Security Forces undergo extensive training, including weapons and combat tactics, to protect the people and property of the U.S. Air Force.
Do you need to know how to swim to join the Navy?
Airmen describe what to expect during Basic Military Training (BMT).
During technical training for fire protection, Airmen learn how to fight fires through simulations of hazardous situations.
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