J. F. Leahy chronicles the transition of eighty-one men and women from civilians to sailors at the U.S. Navy Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Illinois. Granted unlimited and unprecedented access to the recruits during the fall of 2000, his examination of the unique American institution - popularly known as boot camp - offers a look into the hearts and minds of a group of young people who are a cross section of the nation. The work offers a unique view into the training experience of all recruits and sheds light on the differences between those entering the military services and the society they serve.Navy Boot Camp John Leahy. anyway. That was the third time I had to do that... We had to do it twice at MEPS ... aWe tell them to get GI. Jane haircuts before coming, a said Russell. aSee those tokens that the recruits are handing to the barbers?
|Title||:||Honor, Courage, Commitment|
|Publisher||:||Naval Institute Press - 2013-05-11|