Worth A Thousand Words: On The Count Of Three Lift

Photo: Recruits struggle to lift the front end of the log during log drills aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego Dec. 18. Recruits learned how to work together as a team and that if one recruit didn't carry their weight the rest of the group would suffer.  (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Bridget M. Keane)

Recruits struggle to lift the front end of the log during log drills aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego Dec. 18. Recruits learned how to work together as a team and that if one recruit didn’t carry their weight the rest of the group would suffer.
(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Bridget M. Keane)

 

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