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Sgt. Britni M. Garcia Green, a Platoon 4017, Company N, 4th Recruit Training Battaltion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island drill instructor, instructs a female poolee to speak with intensity and volume during Recruiting Station Kansas City's all-female pool function outside 9th Marine Corps District's Building 712 March 15, 2014. The poolees were instructed on close-order drill, what to expect during recruit training, and hygiene and also performed a mock Inital Strength Test with consisted of the flexed-arm hang, crunches and 1.5-mile run. Poolees from all the Recruiting Sub-Stations in the RS were on-hand for the event.
140315-M-XR064-120.JPG Photo By: Sgt. Kenneth K. Trotter Jr.

Mar 17, 2014
BELTON, Mo. - Sgt. Britni M. Garcia Green, a Platoon 4017, Company N, 4th Recruit Training Battaltion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island drill instructor, instructs a female poolee to speak with intensity and volume during Recruiting Station Kansas City's all-female pool function outside 9th Marine Corps District's Building 712 March 15, 2014. The poolees were instructed on close-order drill, what to expect during recruit training, and hygiene and also performed a mock Inital Strength Test with consisted of the flexed-arm hang, crunches and 1.5-mile run. Poolees from all the Recruiting Sub-Stations in the RS were on-hand for the event.


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