Women train hard at Marine bootcamp
Male and female recruits are expected to meet the same standards during their swim qualification test. All female enlisted Marines and male Marines who were living east of the Mississippi River when they were recruited attend boot camp at Parris Island. About six percent of enlisted Marines are female.
- Photo By Staff/Scott Olson Mon, Feb 25, 2013
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