US Marine Corps Drill Instructor vs US Army Drill Sergeant

US Marine Corps Drill Instructor vs US Army Drill Sergeant

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NIGERIAN MILLITARY DRILLING

NIGERIAN MILLITARY DRILLING

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This is a video of military drilling process which been undergo by new intake in the Nigerian military. This training is never for an underage below eighteen years of age....so if you ever dream of becoming a military officer don’t forget the hard drilling process that is involve in it.
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Oil rig safety | rig safety | oil rig safety jobs | drilling rig safety | rig safety jobs

Oil rig safety | rig safety | oil rig safety jobs | drilling rig safety | rig safety jobs

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  • Updated: 03 Jun 2013
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http://www.squidoo.com/offshore-oil-rig-jobs-today - Offshore Oil Rig Jobs Looking to land a job on the rigs? This video will reveal a source that will help you find roustabout jobs, roughneck jobs, and entry level oil rig jobs that pay well. Even if you are an IT person, there are job opportunities on the rigs for you too.
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Teachers Meet Drill Instructor - Civilian Experience the United States Marine Corps Recruit Training

Teachers Meet Drill Instructor - Civilian Experience the United States Marine Corps Recruit Training

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  • Updated: 22 Mar 2016
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Teachers Meet Drill Instructor - Civilian Experience the United States Marine Corps Recruit Training Educators from schools around Recruiting Stations Buffalo and Pittsburgh spend three days aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C. The workshop brings together teachers, administrators and other education professionals aboard MCRD Parris Island to show how Marines are made. Subscribe for More Videos: https://www.youtube.com/c/FoxtrotAlphaTV?sub_confirmation=1 See all other videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=UUrgcSjqcpKlXP1DM1cmfHnQ Credit to Gunnery Sgt. Jeremy Vought, Sgt. Caleb Gomez. Video created under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Drill Sergeant - SNL

Drill Sergeant - SNL

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  • Updated: 12 Feb 2017
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A drill sergeant (Alec Baldwin) goes easier on his son (Mikey Day) than the other soldiers (Alex Moffat, Kyle Mooney). Get more SNL: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live Full Episodes: http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-liv... Like SNL: https://www.facebook.com/snl Follow SNL: https://twitter.com/nbcsnl SNL Tumblr: http://nbcsnl.tumblr.com/ SNL Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbcsnl SNL Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/nbcsnl/
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Drill Sergeant Recruits Soldiers!

Drill Sergeant Recruits Soldiers!

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  • Updated: 05 Feb 2016
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Marine Corps Boot Camp – Drill Instructors From Hell

Marine Corps Boot Camp – Drill Instructors From Hell

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U.S. Marine Corps drill instructors conduct gear inspections with recruits on pick-up day, aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California. Pick-up is the first official training day for recruits, and it is the first day they meet their platoon drill instructors. The drill instructors are introduced to their recruits and immediately conducted gear inspections to ensure all recruits are prepared for training. AiirSource Military covers events and missions from the United States Armed Forces: Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Visit our channel for more military videos: http://www.youtube.com/AiirSource Like & share this video to show your support! Subscribe to stay updated: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=AiirSource Google+: http://www.google.com/+AiirSource Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AiirSource Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AiirSource Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/AiirSource Credits: Sgt. John C. Lamb
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2367Sqn's 2013 Drill Squad - ACO National Drill Competition

2367Sqn's 2013 Drill Squad - ACO National Drill Competition

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  • Updated: 28 Nov 2013
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The drill sequence from the 2013 Air Cadet Organisation National drill competition. 2367 Squadron represented Scotland & Northern Ireland Region, and was competing against the other five Regions of the Air Training Corps and the best Combined Cadet Force (Royal Air Force) team. The team came a very close second overall.
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Drill Instructors Can Be Funny II

Drill Instructors Can Be Funny II

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How to Do Basic Facing Movements | Boot Camp

How to Do Basic Facing Movements | Boot Camp

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Watch more Boot Camp: Learn about Basic Training videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/498694-How-to-Do-Basic-Facing-Movements-Boot-Camp Basic Training: Basic Facing Movements, Sgt. Michael Volkin: In Basic training you're going to do a lot of marching and facing movements. Let's review some of the most common facing movements here. Let's start with the position of attention. To come to attention: bring the heels together and ensure the feet are at a forty five degree angle, keep the legs straight; without locking the knees. And the body is erect with the chest lifted, back arched and shoulders square and even. Arms hang straight down along the body without stiffness. Wrists are straight with the forearms, place thumbs which are resting along the first joint of the forefinger, along the seams of the trousers. Hands are cupped but not clinched as a fist, with palms facing away. The weight of the body rests equally on the heels and balls of both feet. Silence and immobility are required. Let's move on to two common facing movements. Left face and right face. Most drill commands have two parts: The preparatory command and the command of execution. The preparatory command states the movement to be carried out and mentally prepares the recruit for it's execution. On the command 'left face', the preparatory command is 'left'. The command of execution tells us when the movement is to be carried out. In left face the command of execution is 'face'. The facing movement 'left face' is always given from the position of attention, and directs the recruit towards the left ninety degrees. The facing movement 'right face', is always given from the position of attention and directs the recruit to the right ninety degrees. A more complicated but common facing movement is the movement 'about face'. The command is 'about face'. Where 'about' is a preparatory command and 'face' is a command of execution. On the command of execution 'face', move the toe of the right foot to a point touching the marching surface, about half the length of the foot to the rear and slightly to the left of the left heel, rest most of the weight on the body of the heel of the left foot. And allow the right knee to bend naturally. Next turn to the right one hundred eighty degrees and the left heel on the ball of the right foot. Resuming the position of attention. The arms should remain at your sides as in the position of attention throughout this movement. This movement is difficult to do at first so practice a couple dozen times before leaving for basic training.
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OMG! Female Drill Instructors go mental on New Recruits

OMG! Female Drill Instructors go mental on New Recruits

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Drill Instructors are non-commissioned officers in the armed forces or police forces with specific duties that vary by country. For example, in the United States armed forces, they are assigned the duty of indoctrinating new recruits entering the military. Drill instructors within the U.S. armed forces have different titles in each branch of service. In the United States Air Force, they are known as "Military Training Instructors", or MTIs. The United States Navy refers to their drill instructors as "Recruit Division Commanders", or RDCs. Within the United States Army, drill instructors are given the title of "Drill Sergeant". The United States Coast Guard gives the title of "Company Commander" to their drill instructors. The United States Marine Corps is the only branch of the U.S. armed forces where drill instructors are titled as "drill instructors". Drill instructors are referred to as "sir" or "ma'am" by recruits within the USAF, USCG (for the first few weeks of basic training, until recruits are instructed to refer to their company commanders by their proper rank), and USMC.Within the USN, recruits must refer to their RDCs by their proper ranks. Recruits in the United States Army must refer to their drill sergeants as such: "drill sergeant". The instruction and indoctrination given by the drill instructors of the various U.S. military branches includes instruction in customs and practices of military life, instruction in the proper execution of military drill, instilling discipline and willingness to immediately obey all lawful orders given by superiors, and oftentimes, basic armed and unarmed combat training.
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Marines Boot Camp - Meet the Drill Instructors (Part 1)

Marines Boot Camp - Meet the Drill Instructors (Part 1)

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In the U.S. Marine Corps, candidates for Drill Instructor Duty are primarily volunteers. The tour of duty is three years and is widely regarded as one of the most intense, demanding, and important duties in the U.S. Armed Forces. Since the duty is referred to as "Making Marines", it can often be one of the most important duties of a Marine's career because the responsibility is most directly involved with creating the future Marines of the Marine Corps. Marines report to either Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island in South Carolina or to Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego in California, where they are assigned to Drill Instructor School. Upon graduation, they are assigned to one of the Recruit Training Battalions. Female Drill Instructors are only trained and only serve at Parris Island because that is where the only female Marine Corps recruit training occurs. Service as a Drill Instructor is considered a Special Duty Assignment in the Marine Corps (Or "B" billet), which is factored into consideration of a Marine's eligibility for promotion. A Marine assigned to DI School must have at least a rank of Sergeant (E-5). The school requires DI School students to complete every task recruits are required to do. The typical training day begins around 4:00 a.m. (0400 military time) and ends around 7:30 p.m. (1930 hours), many times with specific training evaluations and end-of-day cleanups that require even longer days. At the end of each day, DI School students have to practice effective time management in studying for exams, practicing drill, rehearsing the teaching of drill movements verbatim and preparing uniforms all while still making time for intense physical training. The school lasts approximately three months with four classes running throughout the year.
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Getting Smoked by a USMC Drill Instructor

Getting Smoked by a USMC Drill Instructor

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Discipline, one of the hallmarks of a Marine, is a trait instilled early and often in training, and the recruits of Hotel Company, 2nd Recruit Training Battalion, learned it comes in many forms March 5, 2014, on Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, S.C. Along with training in close-order drill, which instills discipline by teaching instant, willing obedience to orders, minor disciplinary infractions are corrected with incentive training. Hotel Company is scheduled to graduate May 9, 2014. Interviewed: USMC Staff Sgt. Alberto Andino, Hotel Company Chief Drill Instructor Find more: http://www.dvidshub.net/video/322989/hotel-company-incentive-training-march-5-2014#.UxrBfOddVG8#ixzz2vLvcIos2 This video is from the Department of Defense and as such is in the public domain. Any copying, editing or reproduction is authorized and encouraged.
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NCO Academy Drill and Ceremony

NCO Academy Drill and Ceremony

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GTA5 CCTV - Cop Drilling Vehicle

GTA5 CCTV - Cop Drilling Vehicle

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A sheriffs department officer caught drilling his cruiser!
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U.S. Coast Guard - Horrific 8-Week Training Program

U.S. Coast Guard - Horrific 8-Week Training Program

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Recruit training for the U.S. Coast Guard is held at Coast Guard Training Center Cape May in Cape May, New Jersey. The training lasts eight weeks. The U.S. Coast Guard is unique in that it fires the Sig Sauer P229R pistol during the training. The training also covers basic seamanship, drill, military bearing and firefighting. The Coast Guard base on Government Island (now known as Coast Guard Island) Alameda, California was also used as a second major recruit training center until it was closed in 1982 and converted into the base for the USCG Pacific Area Command, the Eleventh Coast Guard District, the Marine Safety Office San Francisco Bay, the USCG Maintenance & Logistics Command Pacific and the Integrated Support Command Center - Alameda. Although the Coast Guard is a part of the Department of Homeland Security, rather than the Department of Defense, it is by law and tradition a branch of the United States Armed Forces. As with all military members, Coast Guard personnel are subject to the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ). Due to the Coast Guard's unique mission set – including CONUS and OCONUS defense operations, search and rescue and maritime law enforcement – there are added requirements to maintain high physical fitness standards and intense military bearing. Due to its extremely unique, diverse and difficult mission, the U. S. Coast Guard is the most selective in recruiting and training standards. (As an example, the Coast Guard Academy is the only service academy that uses competitive admissions for prospective officer candidates). During their time at Cape May, recruits are subjected to the usual "boot camp" atmosphere of direct instruction and intense motivation. The recruits are designated as Seaman Recruits (SR; E-1) and, uniquely to the Coast Guard among the services, advanced to the rank of Seaman Apprentice/Airman Apprentice/Fireman Apprentice (SA/AA/FA; E-2) upon graduation. They must adhere to strict rules such as hygiene and uniform regulations and obey all lawful orders. Coast Guard drill instructors are called "company commanders" and hold a rank ranging from Petty Officer 2nd Class (E-5) up to Senior Chief Petty Officer (E-8). Coast Guard companies have approximately two or three company commanders and anywhere from 20 to over 100 recruits. After completing boot camp, recruits can select their rate and then attend an "A" school. Not all graduates go straight to "A" school, many spend time in the fleet as "non-rates". "A" school is a long-term technical school providing specific instruction about a rate. The "A" schools last two to six months and usually occurs at TRACEN Yorktown, Yorktown, Virginia or TRACEN Petaluma, Petaluma, California. Some rates have an available apprenticeship training option instead of attending an "A" school, known as "striking".
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