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Old 12-08-2013, 7:47 PM
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Congrats! And thank you for his service. But.... Not a Marine until he finish bootcamp and earn the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor.

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My friend who I just grew up just graduated from Marine boot camp. He said it was hell for 3 months!
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Congrats! And thank you for his service. But.... Not a Marine until he finish bootcamp and earn the EGA.
New recruit. Good for him. Boot camp is a blast. The Fleet is the hard part.
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Old 12-08-2013, 8:27 PM
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No service member ever forgets the sleepless night prior to shipping out and the recruiter picking him up at 0-dark thirty for that drive to the airport. When I got to the Atlanta airport the Drill Sergeants were putting on quite a show for the travelers as they huddled us into groups and started the theatrics right there in the terminal.

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If he is in San Diego he will see a lot of passenger planes taking people to places far far away from mcrd. It is what he makes of it. Hate it or love it. That is a conscious choice.

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Thank you for raising a boy into a man, and to him for having the intestinal fortitude to volunteer. Good luck to you all.
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If he is in San Diego he will see a lot of passenger planes taking people to places far far away from mcrd. It is what he makes of it. Hate it or love it. That is a conscious choice.

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If I zoom in real close I can still see which yellow footprints I stood on in MCRD.
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If I zoom in real close I can still see which yellow footprints I stood on in MCRD.
Crazy how vivid those memories are huh?

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Yup. You never forget any of it. That's why it cracks me up when I meet posers...which happens...surprisingly often, and they can't remember certain things which should be seared into their brains. Like the name of their battle buddy or Sky Ranger or SDI, or some obscure landmark that only we know exists. Lol or the color of the boathouse at Hereford. Lol...SORRY, I HATE POSERS!!!!!!!!!!

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Congrats on his enlistment. I promise they will take really good care of him. Lol please do not send him any care packages. He will curse you if you do.
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Old 12-09-2013, 9:06 AM
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Yup. You never forget any of it. That's why it cracks me up when I meet posers...which happens...surprisingly often, and they can't remember certain things which should be seared into their brains. Like the name of their battle buddy or Sky Ranger or SDI, or some obscure landmark that only we know exists. Lol or the color of the boathouse at Hereford. Lol...SORRY, I HATE POSERS!!!!!!!!!!

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Congrats on his enlistment. I promise they will take really good care of him. Lol please do not send him any care packages. He will curse you if you do.
Anything we received other than letters was opened during mail call and if it was food or cookies the DS passed it around so everybody got one except the recipient.

One guy got a letter from a girl and it was addressed to 'Sergeant XXXX', even though the dude was an E-1. The DS had a lot of fun with him that day.
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We had a guy keep getting letters addressed PFC XXX. For those of you who aren't Marines, your rank is recruit. You don't rate your rank until you finish the crucible near the end of boot camp. DIs loved that kid

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I'll see him marching by my office out on Edson Range on the way back from the Crucible.
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Old 12-09-2013, 10:24 PM
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Well he made it. He had like 3 seconds to yell something on the phone lol

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Congrats to him, it's the adventure of a lifetime. Best and worst times of my life. My recruiter had a girlfriend of mine lipstick kiss the outside of a letter and wrote all over it "DI please be nice and don't thrash my baby!" I was in the sandpit and quarterdeck everyday for that one. Semper Fi!
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The first week was the worst part for me. After that, I had fun with it. Yea, a lot of stress and sleepless nights, but for the most part I had a good time with it. Now the fatbodies in my platoon...not so much. BTW, I have been out for 10+ years, things have changed since then so who knows about what it is like now. If you send cookies, make sure there is enough for the entire platoon and DI's. The DI's are hard asses but even they like home baked goodies too.
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I sent a special package to a recruit I knew, a couple of years ago. Addressed it to Sergeant X, had a teddy bear, pacifier, and a diaper. Along with a note to the DI's. I heard back from him afterward that the DI's didn't think it was very funny and didn't do anything about it. Back when I went through bootcamp in the mid 90's I would have been on the quarter deck for at least an hour wearing the diaper, pacifier in my mouth, doing IT for the teddy bear. I hear they can't even swear at recruits anymore. My favorite word out of one of my DI's mouth was hellgoddamnno!
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Yeah boot camp has been nerfed. They started that "training time out" crap when I was in.

Any of you know a DI? When do these guys sleep? Do they develop ulcers from the extended stress/yelling/coffee?

The DIs from my boot camp were the toughest, most impressive men I've ever had the privilege of knowing. I've always wondered how they managed to maintain the level they were at with such little sleep for such a long period.
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I sent a special package to a recruit I knew, a couple of years ago. Addressed it to Sergeant X, had a teddy bear, pacifier, and a diaper. Along with a note to the DI's. I heard back from him afterward that the DI's didn't think it was very funny and didn't do anything about it. Back when I went through bootcamp in the mid 90's I would have been on the quarter deck for at least an hour wearing the diaper, pacifier in my mouth, doing IT for the teddy bear. I hear they can't even swear at recruits anymore. My favorite word out of one of my DI's mouth was hellgoddamnno!
Seriously? We had a kid get enough popcorn balls for the entire battalion (not even kidding) in the platoon above us. They ate all of them (the platoon) and then spent the next hour "earning each one of those popcorn balls." I can totally see us getting IT'd like that with a diaper and pacifier on the quarterdeck in 2010.

I also haven't heard of a training time out going on outside of the Army. I remember we had Sr Drill Instructor time where we could ask questions and it was a more relaxed (I use the term loosely) setting. I'll ask my buddy who is at MCRD right now.
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Nice!!! Any idea what his MOS is gonna be???
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He's going to love MOS school at Ft. Lost in the Woods, MO. Some good hoggin' to be done in the local bars. Buddy of mine nailed one well over 300 lbs. one night.
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300! Nice!

Yeah he knew about the combat part. What sort of civvie skills would he be coming out with if he doesnt reenlist?
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300! Nice!

Yeah he knew about the combat part. What sort of civvie skills would he be coming out with if he doesnt reenlist?

Well none. Unless he works in demolition. A few of my engineer buddies went on to do that. He's gonna learn a whole lot. I know I did and I was just a radio man attached to the batallion
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Holy WIDE LOAD batman!

Base bunnies are changing I guess...lol...
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Congrats! And thank you for his service. But.... Not a Marine until he finish bootcamp and earn the EGA.
Well then.. it's not an EGA. It is an eagle, globe and anchor. Since we're correcting people at least get it right.
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Hi,

As a drill instructor on MCRD, I can assure you that boot camp has not been nerfed. The recruits definitely still get theirs. Don't get me wrong there always will be some mother hen captain series or company commander trying to pull something, but the hats usually make sure training continues. The only time we ever had some sort of time out is if a recruit required emergency aid, like CPR or anything, which did happen from time to time.
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There is still hope. He can eventually serve in my beloved Corps as an 0311! Oohrah
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Some of these posts are giving me devious ideas - the wifes' nephew reported into MCRD last week. I'm thinking a care package might be good for a few future laughs.
Thank God I never got any care packages when I was in Boot Camp, because I can totally see my DI making an example. In fact, I don't remember anyone getting anything other than regular letters...
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Amazing phenomenon that just about everyone who has been through boot camp, police academy, etc. in the past thinks that it was way tougher when they went through it and now it is too soft.

"Back in my day, we had to blah blah blah....these kids now get to blah blah blah"
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Awesome! Marines are some of the best Navy. I kid. Glad he stepped up to serve.
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Your youngster will come home changed.

1081 Guide said "well, you didn't do boot camp till you did it under DI Sgt MacNeill". 2066 King Rat says "SDI Sgt Gilbeaux was so tough, boot laces stood at attention". I say it was my privilege to be instructed by these giants. Thank you JAUSTIN612.

The Marine Corps treats recruit training very seriously. Errors are evaluated constantly, program changes implemented carefully, to make Marines.
As such, each recruit is greatly valued for their potential.

I was Platoon Guide. For my sins, I received SI (special instruction) several times (also got it when other folks screwed-up) Don't EVER drop your rifle.

A couple guys went to Medical Rehabilitation Platoon for broken bones, surgery. When healed, they recycled into a follow-on Series.

A couple guys decided to quit. They were sent home with an Administrative Discharge.

A couple went to Corrective Custody Platoon for 30 days. Un-sanctioned fighting, not obeying a lawful order, insolence. At that time, they were issued a 32 lb sledge hammer and a white hard hat. They broke up old concrete foundations (WWII Quonsot huts). They earned the privilege to recycle recruit training.

One guy went nuts, decided to swim to Hawaii where his brother was stationed (mess n mtce, Edison Range, near the beach). Shore patrol found his uniform neatly folded, on his boots, above the surf line. He had made it about a quarter mile by the time he was picked up by a coast guard lifeboat. I think he got some counciling and was allowed to recycle.

The next series, December 1975, Pvt Linn McClure from Texas died.
Recruit Training was revised because of his death.

My turnover happened at the end of phase one, along the airport fence. One moment I was desperately contemplating going over that fence, the next moment a little voice said "xxck, you're not dead yet" and "it" was done.
The suffering didn't stop, but I didn't quit. In phase 3, we did 500 sit-ups without stopping. Our PT shorts were bloody where our tailbones rubbed raw.

Our Series attrition was about 50%. 60 guys started, 34 graduated.

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