As apart of the Navy you get a chance to do a lot of different jobs. One job that stands above the rest is becoming a Navy Seal. Many salors strive to become that Seal they see on t.v. the guy who gets all the laides, who gets to go on all the missions. The guy who is called the HERO. One thing they dont realiz is you have to go through BUDS training. While serving my last three years in the Navy, I got to work with the BUDS training team and see what it takes to become the best of the best.
Us Navy bootcamp is similar to the Marines. The Navy RDC’s are there to do the same as Marine drill intructors but also show you how to become a salor. The early mornings, late night watches, and the constant uniformity. Here is a vidoe of some of the things that go on. Navy Bootcamp
Marine bootcamp or training can be mentally challegeing. The drill instructor will tear you down but will also billed you up. If you are mentally strong you wouldnt have any problems. Those who are not will not make it and will brake down.
The Marine Corps dress uniform is an elaborate uniform worn for formal or ceremonial occasions. Its basic form of a blue jacket with red trim dates back to the 19th century. It is the only U.S. military uniform that incorporates all three colors of the US Flag. There are three different variations of the Dress uniform: Evening Dress, Blue Dress, and Blue-White Dress.
Service dress uniforms are worn for official functions not rising to the level of full or dinner dress. They are also commonly worn when traveling in official capacity, or when reporting to a command. They are seasonal, with the white uniform worn in summer and the blue in winter. Service Dress Blue may be worn year round for travel only. The civilian equivalent is a business suit. Ribbons are worn over the left breast pocket in all variations of the service dress uniform.