Marine recruit first meeting with a DI





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Published on Mar 18, 2009

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>first meeting with a DI >knife hand raised >ohshit.jpg
That's right. Stand in line like a perfect mindless zombie.
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Mark Rinard
This is receiving DI. He is a puppy compared to the hellhound this rainbow will meet in a week or so... (Former US Marine)
This is how the US trains folks to defend democracy and freedom?
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Marvelous Marv
Can we please let the Drill Instructors say the F-Word? "Freaking" just isn't that scary.
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pat duckets
DEP'd for 6 months and doesn't know to respond when a DI tells him to do something? That's sad.
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Kieran Thurlow
I would have been like............................shud up.
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Tracey Delgado
Just got back from a 24 hour "boot camp" experience offered to my high school by the USCG. Let me say, CCs and DIs are really good at their jobs and do not forget the 'aye aye sir' or 'aye aye ma'am' when they tell you to do something XD. They aren't 'mean', they are training you to act quickly and correctly in a high stress environment. I can't wait to go back next year for another experience; morning colors at 0800 has a way of changing the way you live your life.
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SaintOf TheEarth
 I think Sun Tzu would want to have a word with this guy. His orders were not clear and were not precise. The first thing he said to the guy before shouting was illegible. The tone sounded like a question, he ended it in "right?" Which always means it to be uncertain speculation that you want subjective input on. And he only gave the guy a half a second to figure out what it was before he went apeshit on him. And he said "get back!" when he wanted him to move back along the way he came. That's the worst possible choice of words to convey that meaning. Literally any other similar exclamation would have been better, and just as short. "Move back" "go back" "repeat" "Get back" implies more that he wanted him to get away from him, or take a step back. I get that discipline is important, but it's the responsibility of someone who gives orders to ensure that he's made it clear to his men what he expects of them. There should be a precise zone of behavior and performance where there is no punishment. You know, have something that you actually want them to do, other than help you masturbate.
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Guard the poppy field ! Soldier: aye aye sir !
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