View pictures of Marine Corps boot camp on the official U.S. Marine Corps website and civilian military support websites, such as Leatherneck and Recruit Parents. All sites allow photo downloads. The official Marine Corps site and Recruit Parents offer photos for sale as of 2016.Continue Reading
Search the official site's photo database by tag or keyword. Click on the a photo's thumbnail to open the full-size image. Both recruit depots, Parris Island and San Diego, have their own websites with photos from recent boot camps. The Marine Corps site also features videos.
The civilian sites Leatherneck and Marines feature recent boot camp photos. Click a thumbnail to open the full photo. Recruit Parents, a nonprofit organization, features select photos online, but the site makes available for print order the unit photo and graduation photo of each Marine from recent boot camps. They also sell a graduation DVD.
Visit the Parris Island base to view its photo archive, including platoon photos from 1939 to present. The base offers photos for purchase. The archive of photos of individual Marines goes back for four years.
Visit the San Diego base's Yearbook Office to view the recruit series book, as well as platoon and individual photos. The base keeps yearbooks and photos for two years. Its Museum Historical Society houses older photos and yearbooks, including platoon graduation photos from the 1930s to present.Learn more about Military