PHASE 3 TRAINING DAYS

TRAINING WEEK 9

  • Basic Warrior TrainingBasic Warrior Training (BWT)
  • Table 2 Classes
  • Individual/Buddy Fire Team Movement
  • Day / Night Practical Application
  • Hand & Arm Signals – IED’s
  • Interior Guard Evaluation

Basic Warrior Training Overview

Here recruits learn the fundamentals of combat, they sleep in the field and eat MREs.  Skills taught include camouflage, low crawling, land navigation, basic squad tactics, rappelling, and other foundations of military skills.

  • BWT-FBasic Warrior Training (BWT)
  • Table 2 Firing
  • Land Navigation Classes
  • Day / Night Practical Application
  • Photo by Combat Camera Parris Island

    Photo by Combat Camera Parris Island

    Table 2 Firing

  • Table 2 Qualification
  • Interior Guard Evaluation
  • Table 2 Classes
  • Hand-and-Arm-Signals-MHand & Arm Signals – IED’s
  • BWT
  • Individual/Buddy Fire Team Movement
  • Day / Night Practical Application
  • Interior Guard Evaluation
  • Table 2 Firing
  • Night-MovementDay / Night Practical Application
  • BWT
  • Land Navigation Classes
  • Table 2 Qualification
  • Combat-Endurance-CourseCombat Endurance Course
  • Move Main Side
  • CVGD: Ethics: Murder v. Killing
  • Marine Corps Boot Camp PhotosBlood Drive
  • CVGD: Combat Leadership

TRAINING WEEK 10

  • carryCombat Fitness Test
  • O-3 Clothing
  • Civilian Attire
  • Combat Fitness TestCombat-Conditioning
  • O-3 Clothing
  • Civilian Attire
  • academicsHaircuts
  • Education Benefits
  • Operational Culture
  • Terrorism Awareness
  • Operational Security – Communication Security
  • Combat Trafficking Humans
  • Dental (R6)
  • Slide-for-LifeConfidence Course II
  • Fraternization
  • Sexual Assault
  • Sexual Responsibility
  • Marriage & 1st Term
  • Dental (R6)
  • Confidence-CourseConfidence Course II
  • Practical Application Testing
  • Personal Assistance
  • Introduction to Mentoring
  • Military Career Factors
  • CVGD: Mentoring
  • Dental Surgery (R7)
  • Parade-DeckField Meet
  • CVGD: Fraternization
  • CVGD: Sexual Assault
  • Personal Assistance
  • Introduction to Mentoring
  • Military Career Factors
  • CVGD: Mentoring
  • iwoCVGD: Operational Culture
  • CVGD: Sex Responsibility I
  • CVGD: Operational Security-Communication Security

TRAINING WEEK 11

  • Marine Corps Boot Camp PhotosFinal PFT
  • Final Written Test
  • Driver’s Safety
  • Pre Crucible Screening Form
  • Iron-MikeHaircuts
  • Platoon Photo
  • CVGD: Child Abuse
  • CVGD: Combat Trafficking
  • CVGD: Report Combat Stress Injury
  • Pre Crucible Screen Appt
  • Marine Corps Boot Camp PhotosFinal Drill
  • Leave & Liberty
  • CVGD: Law of War III Reporting
  • Kasals-CrossingThe Crucible
  • 10 Km Hike / 8 Km Hike
  • Core Values Stations
  • Warrior Stations

The Crucible Overview

Training Day 63 brings the Crucible.  The recruits are awakened at 2am to prepare for their hike to the Crucible.  They are only 54 hours away from becoming Marines, but they will be the most difficult 54 hours of their lives.

The Crucible is the defining moment of recruit training.  For most, the Crucible will be the first time they reach the limits of their mental, physical, and emotional endurance. They will know that they are capable of much more than they previously believed.

  • The CrucibleLehews-Challenge
  • Core Values Stations
  • Warrior Stations
  • O-3 Uniform Delivery
  • Emblem-CeremonyThe Crucible
  • 15 Km March
  • Emblem Ceremony
  • Promotion Ceremony

Emblem Ceremony Overview

The Eagle Globe and Anchor is what sets Marines apart from other branches of Service who delineate themselves by occupational specialty or demonstrate allegiance to a specific unit through the wearing of a patch or symbol. The only symbol Marines recognize is the Marine Corps Eagle Globe and Anchor.

Receiving the emblem signifies that the recruits have earned the title of United States Marine. They will now stand with their instructors as the Nation’s newest Marines.

  • through-doorsCVGD: Interior Guard II
  • Main Clothing/Equipment

TRAINING WEEK 12 – MARINE WEEK

  • wmmFinancial Responsibility
  • Initial Turn-in
  • Personal Effects
  • Orders
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  • Battalion Commander’s Inspection

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  • Pay Bills 

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  • Haircuts
  • Grad/Family Day Practice
  • CVGD: Moral Courage: Boot Leave
  • CVGD: Sex Responsibility II
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  • Pay Bills

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  • Battalion Commander’s Inspection

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  • Sharing Legacy Speakers
  • Graduation Practice
  • SOI/MCT Brief
  • mot-runMotivational Run
  • Family Day
  • Graduation Practice
  • SOI/MCT 5 Paragraph Order
  • CVGD:Continuing Transition

Family Day Overview

After the motivational run, the new Marines have a chance to see family and friends for the first time during on-base liberty. Graduation is conducted Friday in a formal ceremony and parade, attended by family and friends.

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