Making the Corps

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Making the Corps
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Publisher : Simon and Schuster
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ISBN : 9780684848174
Pages : 320 pages
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An inside look at the Marine Corps follows one year in the lives of a single platoon of raw Marine recruits, from their arrival on Parris Island to their first full year as members of the Corps.

Making the Corps

An inside look at the Marine Corps follows one year in the lives of a single platoon of raw Marine recruits, from their arrival on Parris Island to their first full year as members of the Corps.

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Making the Corps

An inside look at the Marine Corps follows one year in the lives of a single platoon of raw Marine recruits, from their arrival on Parris Island, to their first full year as members of the Corps. 75,000 first printing. Tour.

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Making the Corps

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