Available on VHS or DVD
Bonus Feature with DVD
Soldiers of the Sea
This classic 1939 Marine Corps film shows the training of recruits at MCRD, San Diego, CA and other highlights of life in the Corps before World War II.
(Approximately 17 minutes)
The Crucible, The New, The Proud
Full Screen Dolby Digital Remixed Remastered
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By definition, a crucible is a state of prolonged anguish and privation. As it relates to the making of Marines for the 21st century, it's boot camp's defining moment.
Designed to test recruits to the limit both physically and mentally, it also drives home the core values of honor, courage, and commitment.
Witness for yourself this final rite of passage in becoming a United States Marine.
This 54 hour event occurring near the end of recruit training features little sleep, little food, over 40 miles of forced marches and 32 stations that test physical toughness and mental agility. It is designed to build self-confidence, teamwork, trust in fellow Marines, positive peer pressure and emphasizes the core values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment.(50min) (1998).
Watch a video clip here
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