Old Corps, New Corps

This is the fifth in a series depicting the author’s experience in Marine Corps boot camp. The story continues just after the “recruit” is injured and returns to training, but with a different platoon. I have enjoyed relating my boot-camp experiences over the last four “LBWA” columns, and I hope readers have enjoyed them too, but you might ask, why? Why should it interest someone in parks and rec or a related field? Well, because it’s really about the youth …

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One comment on “Old Corps, New Corps

  1. Daryl Zappe on said:

    Randy,
    Thank you so much for your service! Thank you for all articles on the Marine Corps. I will always try to do my best to thank those brave young men and women in uniform; for it is them (and you) that give us the freedom to live in the greatest country on earth. I hope that you will write more about your time in the Marines.

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