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Unread 06-07-2010, 09:09 PM   #46
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Unless you have earned the title "United States Marine" There is no way for me to explain to you the how's and why's. If you walk next to me, put your life in my hands and I put my life in your hands, I will call you my Brother, ... then you will know ! Semper Fi !

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Unread 06-30-2010, 08:40 PM   #47
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well i was the doc and never went through marine basic but did go through FMS and fmf for two years. DI can't touch recruits? i guess because we wren't recruits they wre allowed to yell scream, push ect. this was in mid seventies though. by the way, what are these stress card i keep hearing about?
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Unread 07-01-2010, 01:25 PM   #48
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The stress cards dont exist.
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Unread 07-02-2010, 11:06 AM   #49
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HAHAH, my old roommate just went to the DI field in San Diego...good times...
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Unread 07-18-2010, 09:43 AM   #50
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It's Anapolis, and you still meet your fair share of DI's...no Marine is immune from it.
You might want to learn how to spell it before you go then....... Just a thought...

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You might want to learn how to spell it before you go then....... Just a thought...

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Unread 07-25-2010, 02:05 PM   #54
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Well I'm an Infantry Drill Sergeant and as some of us know training has gotten softer for PVTs. The new generations don't get off the darn couch. Are we mean heck ya in my unit we get all up in your face just like it was when we were PVT's. The only change is standards you just have to know how to follow the rules but on the border line. Training for non-combat MOS has gotten way softer they can't yell smoke and all sort's of other BS rules they joe hug comamnders are so scared of the PVTs they don't get to yell or nothing no more then 10 pushups and poo like that. Infantry side of the house we look neat near the flagpole but thats what bldgs are for people can't see inside them from the outside Stress cards been on the trail 19 months never seen one trainee abuse no issues here but some PVTs are just a bunch of babies never done a darn thing except sit on the couch and have mom/dad do everthing some PVTs are 28 and never work/ or do anything in their whole life except psp and game stations. Alot of these say its sucks so bad and cause the most problems and issues about abuse and being mean. This is what I have noticed since my trail time I'm not saying beat the piss out of them thats straight stupid. And yes running them until they RALPH is funny because you got to run anyway just an added bonus

Parade Rest is a very important position when getting yeld at remeber to stand at this position. When a DS is in your face and you move upper body IE hands away from Small of Back thats my version of a striking motion IE HANDS ON PVTS for safety reasons as well.

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Unread 07-26-2010, 08:27 PM   #55
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Well I'm an Infantry Drill Sergeant and as some of us know training has gotten softer for PVTs. The new generations don't get off the darn couch. Are we mean heck ya in my unit we get all up in your face just like it was when we were PVT's. The only change is standards you just have to know how to follow the rules but on the border line. Training for non-combat MOS has gotten way softer they can't yell smoke and all sort's of other BS rules they joe hug comamnders are so scared of the PVTs they don't get to yell or nothing no more then 10 pushups and poo like that. Infantry side of the house we look neat near the flagpole but thats what bldgs are for people can't see inside them from the outside Stress cards been on the trail 19 months never seen one trainee abuse no issues here but some PVTs are just a bunch of babies never done a darn thing except sit on the couch and have mom/dad do everthing some PVTs are 28 and never work/ or do anything in their whole life except psp and game stations. Alot of these say its sucks so bad and cause the most problems and issues about abuse and being mean. This is what I have noticed since my trail time I'm not saying beat the piss out of them thats straight stupid. And yes running them until they RALPH is funny because you got to run anyway just an added bonus

Parade Rest is a very important position when getting yeld at remeber to stand at this position. When a DS is in your face and you move upper body IE hands away from Small of Back thats my version of a striking motion IE HANDS ON PVTS for safety reasons as well.
Yep, you're Infantry.
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Unread 07-26-2010, 09:48 PM   #56
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No clue about USMC basic. I went through Army basic at Knox in 90. It wasn't a picnic, but it didn't kill me. I was sure as hell glad when it was over, though.
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Went to boot camp in 86, there was no stress. I spent most of the time pretending I was in a John Wayne movie and it was all make believe. Got stationed back in San Diego in 91 as a MP Sgt. Most of my neighbors were DI's. Pretty nice guys when the hat was off, but they all talked like Kermit the Frog because their vocal cords were so scarred from yelling. Thought about going to the drill field but decided I liked seeing my family more than once a week. It is a thankless job. Best part is I pulled one of my DI's over for speeding while stationed there. I let him go and thanked him for straightening me out.

BTW, on the humps their packs are full of wadded up newspapers to make it look like they're full. They are tough MF's. Can you run 3-4 miles backwards?

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Unread 08-06-2010, 12:54 AM   #58
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My dad went to Korea with the 101st Airborne in 1950, then was transferred to what became the Green Beret in 52. He left after his tour and came back to join the PPCLI as a drill sergeant. He retired in '58 and married my mom and brought us to Canada (I was born in the lineup at Peace Arch heading up in '59)
He's no longer with us and my mom isn't too far off from joining him (cancer throughout her body) She's fighting to stay around to see her first great, great grandchild though!
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Unread 08-06-2010, 01:08 AM   #59
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ok i went through boot camp in 2006 all i can say is you go through any branch be ready to get ****ed with. Your going to get owned. I did Marine Boot camp. It was intense. Any branch you do will be no matter what. Run prep do push ups sit ups pull ups wont hurt especially if ur doing USMC which I did. But if Army Air Force Navy or anyone else do lots of push ups and running thye will all kick ur ***. Be ready to have ur world kicked. I was a good recruit and still got my world kicked and u get punched kicked chocked and owned but in general it makes life in general seem easier. But be ready to get broke down and know ur there cuz u want to be and hang in there its not that hard its all a mind game
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Unread 08-06-2010, 01:12 AM   #60
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Any brach is intense but its looks like ur doing Marines like me and i can say its intense but know u can do it and millions did before u. Just prep first. Run pull ups sits ups and more running will make life alot easier for u. I could do my stuff from day 1 and it made it alot easier. Help yourself and prep. Best of luck
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