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Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, which annually produces about 20,000 new Marines, was opened in 1915. 12-week training program is rightly considered one of the most difficult for new recruits of the US Armed Forces. After all, the legendary instructors Parris Island (known primarily for his cruelty) are trying hard to make sure that every second of the time the recruits has been used for its intended purpose.

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The main road leading to Parris Island.

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vistas open up on the way.

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If suddenly someone from recruits decides not to run on the main road around the extensive marshes teeming with hungry alligators.

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The first thing that recruits, leaving the bus - line up on the famous yellow footprints.

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The relatives may attend the graduation ceremony.

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Here is the barracks.

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It has three "decks", each of which is living with the training squad 60-85 recruits.

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The back door through which recruits face the street. The front door only to instructors.

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Each rookie has a storage box hygiene items and personal belongings.

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In this box the whole life of a rookie.

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In the barracks used all the available space.

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Soon release, and recruits are already preparing clothes for departure.

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Uniforms neatly stored on hangers.

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Folded towels hanging on the headboards.

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blanketed bed must also be uniform.

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6 inches of the top sheet with a blanket must be folded, leaving a 12-inch sheets and forming exactly "18 inch white" at the head.

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The height of the bed of the second tier.

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Recruits sleeping heads staggered to prevent the rapid spread of disease in the platoon - while exhausting workouts necessarily someone gets sick.

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Throughout the course the recruits learn the rules of the Marine Corps as part of a comprehensive program of indoctrination.

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They will surrender the written test.

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placed a small "gym" in front of the deck.

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On the left of the room trenazherka instructors.

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The recruits who want to apply to the instructors, should stand on the footprints and handprints on the slap.

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If suddenly someone will forget, there hangs a statement.

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It looks like this.

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On the right side there is a huge room for a toilet and shower.

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Instructions above explains that the color of urine indicates the body's hydration.

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Soaps and hand sanitizers are in strict order. Where live together about 80 people, hygiene is given great attention.

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By the way, the toilets do not have doors to new recruits could not hide from the instructors.

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Again poster with useful information for recruits.

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Toilet paper and cleaning products must also be in strictly designated place for them.

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And in one of the booths are scales.

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Shower.

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posted a memo to teams during the drill instructors around the room.

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Inside the barracks.

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From the windows of the barracks recruits can enjoy on exactly the same barracks and building facilities.

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One of the elements of the training.

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would look like a rookie every day in the Marine Corps.