Making Marines movie was released Jul 24, 2007 by the Image Entertainment studio. To become part of "the few and the proud," U.S. Marine recruits first must prove they can survive Marine Corps Boot Camp - the most grueling, toughest 12 weeks imaginable. Making Marines DVD for sale These three fascinating programs chronicle this physically and mentally exhausting training. Making Marines movie But they also examine the recruits' lives and backgrounds, how they came to be who they are today and why they're willing to work so hard to become United States Marines.
Join a group of Marine recruits and drill inspectors on Paris Island for a 12-week rigorous course at the toughest boot camp in the service Making Marines video. ...See Full Description
Each and every Marine Corps recruit has to survive 12 weeks of Boot Camp. It is perhaps the toughest 12 weeks anyone can imagine - especially for those whose average age is 19. To become one of the few and the proud, these recruits must first learn just to survive. More than just a showcase of grueling training, these three hours will shed light on the lives and backgrounds of those who make the decision to become United States Marines. Tragically, the events of September 11th take place in the middle of the sixth week of training. But for most recruits, the acts of terrorism only strengthen their resolve to become modern soldiers.
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1. Parris Island- Phase One
2. Parris Island- Phase Two
3. Parris Island- Phase Three