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12-24-09, 07:32 PM #16
Don't mean to hijack the thread, but since I'm sharing photos of Parris Island, here's a few more......
I believe this is the confidence course that 1st & 2nd BN share........
12-24-09, 07:36 PM #17
This is 3rd BN on their moto run the morning of family day, and they are running by 1st BN........
12-24-09, 07:39 PM #18
Molly Marine statue over by H & S Co..........
Iron Mike statue over by H & S Co.........
12-24-09, 07:48 PM #19
I though I had a better shot of 2nd BN, but I dont. 2nd BN is where the red sign is......
12-24-09, 08:36 PM #20
12-24-09, 08:50 PM #21
I didn't see 2nd BN's, that why I wasn't sure if 1st and 2nd shared or not....thanks BR. I did see 3rd's, but didn't get to take a pic of it. After we got my nephew's gear, we went looking for the "receiving building where the famous yellow footprints are" so we could get pics taken before it rained.
My brother, who went through boot camp back in 1969, was suprised to still see the steam pipes there.
12-24-09, 11:46 PM #22
I always wondered why 4th Bn's everything was so much better than everything else. Like the track...wtf is a track we had dirt and the squadbays.
12-25-09, 12:06 AM #23
PFC, 4th BN has squad bays also. It's not no hotel over there were we all have separate rooms. The females don't live the life of luxury over there either.
I don't know when they put the track in, wasn't there when I was there in 1988, but that track is also open to the public, that is when the females aren't there. Also, the confidence course wasn't as nice as it is today, and it was in a different area. When I was there, that was our PT area. 4th BN's parade deck is about 1/4 the size of the main parade deck that the males use.
So don't think that the females have everything better than the males do, because we don't.
12-26-09, 03:23 PM #24
Thanks Marines. I really appreciate the answers to my questions, it helped out alot. I have my little bag already packed with only the necessities. I understand that I am going to Parris Island to become a MARINE and not for a beauty pageant. I just wanted to bring the right things and now I will. Thank you again Marines. Merry Late Christmas and I hope you have a wonderful New Year's Celebration!!
12-26-09, 03:40 PM #25
No matter how hard or tough it gets, always stay strong, both mentally & physically. Pay attention to your Drill Instructors and do what your told.
And remember....Team work....there's no I in team!
Best of luck to you MossyRoc!
12-26-09, 04:18 PM #26
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12-26-09, 06:11 PM #28
12-26-09, 06:20 PM #29There is no regulation on shaving your genitals, half the recruits did it and half didn't.
As long has you don't shave it in the form of an Eagle, Globe, and Anchor, you should be fine.
12-26-09, 06:44 PM #30
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