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What happens at each US military boot camp?

Who has the longest boot camp? Which boot camp is the hardest? Which boot camp has a pasta dinner for friends and family?
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U.S. Army Drill Sergeants assigned to Foxtrot 1st Battalion 34th Infantry Regiment participate in the “Shark Attack” or fear stage of the discipline process, as trainees arrive on the First day of Basic Combat Training on 12 June 2017 at Fort Jackson, SC. Among those assigned to the 1st Battalion, 34th Infantry Regiment are Reserve Drill Sergeants from the 3rd Battalion, 518th Infantry Regiment who are required to serve two weeks for annual training (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Philip McTaggart/Released).

You’ve seen it in the movies. You’ve heard the tales. You might have even attended one. But do you know what happens at all military boot camps? In this video, we’re breaking down the differences in basic training across the force.

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