Special Report

The 21 Bases Where US Military Are Trained

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Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island, South Carolina
>Branch: Marine Corps
>Type of training: Basic Training: 12 weeks

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Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, California
>Branch: Marine Corps
>Type of training: Basic Training: 12 weeks

Naval Special Warfare Training Center Coronado, California
>Branch: Navy
>Type of training: Navy SEALs Training: 12+ months

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Naval Station Newport, Rhode Island
>Branch: Navy
>Type of training: Navy Officer Candidate School Training: 13 weeks

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Quantico, Virginia
>Branch: Marine Corps
>Type of training: Marine Officer Candidate School Training: 6 months

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