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Bulgarian soldier takes on Drill Instructor School August 08, 2003 — Most Marines attending Drill Instructor School will remember the rigorous training as one of the biggest challenges in their lives. With a tough physical training regimen, an even tougher staff and a demanding academic schedule, these three months are anything but easy. For Staff Sgt. Yavor Behar, DI School presents one obstacle other students MORE
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Faith, fun collide at Depot Vacation Bible School August 01, 2003 — The Depot Religious Ministries Center held its annual Vacation Bible School program for Tri-Command children at the RMC July 12-18.   The program afforded children, ages 6-16, the opportunity to learn valuable spiritual information while having fun with their peers through program activities.   "Vacation Bible School functions in a dual capacity," MORE
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Motor T essential to daily operations at Parris Island August 01, 2003 — From transporting recruits to pulling vehicles out of ditches, Depot Motor Transport plays a vital role in depot operations.   Motor T provides all the logistical support for the Depot by maintaining, managing and tracking more than 400 vehicles, including vans, buses, cars, tractor-trailers and even golf carts.   Each day, requests for vehicles MORE
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Technology helps Postal Marines work smarter, not harder August 01, 2003 — Advancements in technology play an important role in the everyday tasks in the Marine Corps and they allow Marines to do their jobs in a more efficient and professional manner. While identifying and implementing these advancements may take time and manpower, the overall benefits allow Marines to work smarter, not harder.   Staff Sgt. Javier Calle, MORE
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DI starts kickboxing craze, offers new class that packs a punch August 01, 2003 — Staff Sgt. Nicole C. Baxter turned a dislike of running and a love of aerobics into an aerobic kickboxing class that is the newest way for Depot personnel and their families to get in shape.   "I'm not a big fan of running, but I needed a way to keep up with cardiovascular endurance," said Baxter, a 4th Recruit Training Bn. drill instructor who is MORE
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