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DVD

The Making of a Marine

The Making of a Marine (DVD)
The Making of a Marine
DVD

Regular Price: $24.95

Member Price: $22.46

SKU: 102885

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Witness for yourself the rigorous training of Marine Corps Boot Camp. See why it's considered by many to be the toughest military training in the world. This unique 50-minute video takes you as close to the training as you can get without actually being there.

From the recruiting process to the unveiling of the Corps' newest Marines on graduation day, you'll be amazed by the spirit and dedication of the young men and women who take up the challenge of recruit training. Shot on location at the recruit training depots at Parris Island, SC and San Diego, CA, this in-depth look at The Making of Marines has been acclaimed as "an important work and a must see for anyone who thinks they have what it takes to become one of "The Few, The Proud." Molded in a furnace of shared hardship and tough training, you'll sense the pride, passion, and esprit de corps felt by those who earn the Rare 1955 recruit training program shows young male recruits at The Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, CA as they complete the requirements for earning the title of Marine (Time approximately 30 minutes)

Winner: Major Norman Hatch Award (Best-Mini-Documentary Marine Corps Heritage Foundation).

BONUS: The Challenge

Footage from rare 1955 recruit training program shows young male recruits at The Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, CA as they complete the requirements for earning the title of Marine (Time approximately 30 minutes