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09-25-09, 12:29 AM #16
I've looked up a couple of Marine Corps history books on Amazon.com and found a few that I'll reserve from the library. I'll let you know which is the best.
09-25-09, 07:51 PM #17
Read a book called "Making the Corps" by Thomas E. Ricks. It's a non-fiction work that follows Platoon 3086 from MCRDPI through boot camp. It taught me a lot of new vocabulary and history. Really good read, highly recommended.
09-25-09, 09:43 PM #18
09-26-09, 04:02 PM #19
Great way to learn knowledge is make a CD. I made a CD and had pauses so I could say my answers and etc. I drive an hour to work and an hour back home so it was a great way to learn as opposed to listening to the same radio songs over and over.
09-26-09, 05:24 PM #20
Easiest way to remember 5 and 7 is:
5- you work from 9-5: To quit my post only when properly relieved
7- the silent seven: To talk to no one except in the line of duty.
09-28-09, 02:58 AM #21
09-28-09, 04:09 PM #22
Wow! Much appreciated to the OP and Gonzo, I was actually about to make flash cards to help me out until you posted that site. Im currently laid up with a broken ankle so this is the perfect time for me to get these down.
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