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    Holy Shet, Brothers.....Here we go....


    Female Marine Drill Instructors Are Headed to All-Male San Diego Boot Camp






    Sergeant Lindsey Rodriguez, a Company O, 4th Recruit Training Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island drill instructor, instructs a poolee at Recruiting Station Kansas City's all-hands pool function at Camp Clark, June 20, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps/Sgt. Kenneth K. Trotter Jr.)

    24 Sep 2020
    Military.com | By Gina Harkins

    Men stepping onto the famous yellow footprints at the Marine Corps' historically all-male recruit depot on the West Coast will soon be greeted by female drill instructors.
    For the first time ever, the female drill instructors could begin training men at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Commandant Gen. David Berger said Thursday. The move is part of a years-long congressional mandate the service is facing to make its entry-level training coed.

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    "All of our female drill instructors are on the East Coast," Berger said during an event hosted by Defense One. "... We're going to run a couple trials this wintertime actually moving drill instructors from South Carolina to San Diego [on temporary duty] and train recruits on the West Coast to see how this is going to work."
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    Female drill instructors train at the Marine Corps' East Coast schoolhouse to lead recruits only at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina. It's not immediately clear whether the women who will be assigned to San Diego this winter would train at the service's West Coast drill instructor school, or would transfer to the California depot once they've completed training at Parris Island.
    The 2020 National Defense Authorization Act requires the service to stop separating trainees by gender at Parris Island within five years and in San Diego within eight.
    Berger said the Marine Corps has a long way to go in meeting the requirement because half of all enlistees who train on the West Coast "never see a female recruit at all."
    "Nothing about the way we're organized right now lends itself to integrated recruit training," he said.
    The Marine Corps began training coed companies at Parris Island last year, but the East Coast recruit depot doesn't have the space to accommodate that setup during busy summer months when it receives an influx of trainees following high school graduations. The men and women attending boot camp at Parris Island interact with both male and female drill instructors.
    Earlier this month, the Marine Corps released some of its plans for ending gender segregation at boot camp. The document states that making recruit training coed is a "top priority" for the service, adding that all-male recruit companies trained solely by men would become "obsolete."
    "The outcome the Marine Corps desires for gender integration is for every male recruit to train alongside a female recruit within the same company," read the document, which was submitted to the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services.
    The Marine Corps has faced scrutiny over its tradition of separating men and women at boot camp, particularly after combat jobs opened to women and the service faced a scandal that uncovered troubling ways male Marines viewed and treated their colleagues.
    When introducing the measure that eventually became law, requiring the Marine Corps to move forward on the plans to end the practice of separating men and women at boot camp, Rep. Jackie Speier, a California Democrat, said the move would make the military stronger.
    Speier is pushing for boot camp to be integrated down to the platoon level. So far, the coed companies that have completed training at Parris Island have included all-male and all-female platoons.
    Berger on Thursday defended that concept, saying that Marines' entry-level training differs from the other branches in that it's continuous, with drill instructors living in the barracks with recruits, coaching and mentoring them "24 hours a day."
    "In the other services, training day ends at a certain time, and then you and I go back to our barracks, and then the next training day is the next day," he said. "Not in Marine world.
    "So, we're comfortable where we are in terms of integration level," Berger added.

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    Somebody please help the commandant remove his head from his ass.


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    It has finally happened...

    Good Lord... Marines will never be the same...



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    I wonder will they tuck them in ??


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    Damn, I bet them Women D.I.'s are brutal during their menstrual cycle. It's bad enough to get your balls busted by male D.I.'s. They will be getting even for every damn wrong thing that ever happened to them by men.......just saying...


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    just what the recruits need, a females DI standing in the shower room door counting peckers as the boots file in.... oh well, what the heck, just do it, go all out and make boot camp like the boot camp scenes in the movie "STARSHIP TROOPERS" ( which is where I think people like this California Rep. Jackie Speier,[allegedly a fearless fighter for women’s equality, LGBTQ rights and the disenfranchised ] gets her ideas about how the military should be)... everything co-ed, including chow, heads, showers, and bunking... concerns about the "girls" getting knocked up?... no worries... just have every female recruit have her "tubes tied", a completely reversible procedure... done... no boot camp pregnancies .... one thing for sure and for certain, using the military services for implementing their dumb ideas and social engineering IS NOT, and NEVER WILL BE in the best interest of maintaining a military capable of insuring the National Security of this country.... the more the politicians like Speier stick their collective noses into the military, (especially recruit training), the WEAKER and less effective our military becomes..... all of today's crybabying about the high number of suicides in the military is strictly and directly on the shoulders of politicians that interfered with the training because it was "too harsh and brutal".... NOTHING, and I do mean NOTHING that a DI can do to a recruit will ever come anywhere near what an enemy can, and will do to you in combat... PERIOD... the tougher the training, the more capable of dealing with the aftermath the person becomes... enemy soldiers do NOT recognize "stress cards", nor do they give "time outs for stress recovery"....

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    MORE foolish bullshet


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    "Let me see your privates, private" I can hear them saying on the day they check for scuzzy dicks. "Private, dismiss that boner."


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    hahahaha, excellent, Russ. """"Private, why is your private at attention and the rest of you is not???"""""


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    had a female OIC once, that used to hold "uniform inspection" on a regular basis.... she spent a LOT of time on her knees checking the "fit" of our trousers by pulling down on our trouser cuffs.... last time I heard, she was, or was selected for GENERAL....

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    Funny coincidence, William, that was Billy's job when he got back to the States.


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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC 2571 View Post
    Funny coincidence, William, that was Billy's job when he got back to the States.
    Do we really want to go there?????


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    ahhhhh. NO


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    Quote Originally Posted by USMC 2571 View Post
    ahhhhh. NO

    Good call, Dave......you have once again proven common sense is essential .....


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    Well, over the years I've learned the hard way, that playing hardball with Billy only leads to injuries. LOL


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