Navy boot camp lasts seven to nine weeks and is held at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center north of Chicago, Ill., near Lake Michigan's western shore. Training at boot camp includes swimming, conditioning, marching, d... More »

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New recruits at the U.S. Navy boot camp can expect to be educated in Navy customs, discipline and traditions, as well as learning skills needed for their career as a sailor. Training lasts seven weeks and concludes with ... More »

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The seaman recruit basic pay for an E1 in the Navy is $1,532 per month as of November 2014. If the soldier remains an E1 after boot camp, he may be entitled to additional allowances depending on separation from family, d... More »

Basic Navy training for enlisted recruits takes place at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center north of Chicago, Illinois. Training at this center lasts from seven to nine weeks, with recruits spending that time attendin... More »

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New recruits at the U.S. Navy boot camp can expect to be educated in Navy customs, discipline and traditions, as well as learning skills needed for their career as a sailor. Training lasts seven weeks and concludes with ... More »

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The tough training in military boot camp is easier to manage if the enlistee goes in physically and mentally prepared and knows what resources he can call on if there's a problem. Boot camp is not meant to destroy new mi... More »

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Perhaps the most famous story about Marine Corps boot camp, which is fictional, is the scenario depicted in the classic film "Full Metal Jacket." Task & Purpose, a military blog, lists a number of amusing stories about p... More »

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