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Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
Navy and reported to Recruit Training Command at Naval Station Great Lakes for boot camp.
Religious Program Specialist 1st Class (FMF) Juan Bejarano, assigned Recruit Training Command (RTC) recently received the 2010 League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Excellence in Military Service award at the League's National Convention and Exposition in Albuquerque, N.
Those who decide that NAC training is not for them are permitted to drop on request while at Recruit Training Command Great Lakes, III.
Marine Corps (1944-46); amphibious training command, Little Creek (1946-48); G-3, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, at Pearl Harbor (1948-50); chief, combined arms section, Marine Corps Command and Staff College (1950-52); National War College (1952-53), special assistant to Joint Chiefs of Staff for NSC affairs (1953-55); assistant commander, 2d Marine Division, Camp Lejeune (1955-56); commanding general, recruit training command and recruit depot, Parris Island, and Camp Lejeune (1956-59); assistant chief of staff (G-3), deputy chief of staff for plans, and chief of staff at Headquarters, U.
His previous duty stations include: USS Hampton (SSN-767); Recruit Training Command Great Lakes; USS New York City (SSN-696); USS Haddock (SSN-621); Naval Training Center Orlando; and USS Narwhal (SSN-671).
In 1994, researchers surveyed a total of 1,891 women and 1,885 men entering the Navy's Recruit Training Command in Orlando, Fla.
Cory Whitehead, commanding officer of the Navy's Recruit Training Command.