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    SLCDA students wake up, work out with Marines [Image 2 of 3]

    SLCDA students wake up, work out with Marines



    Photo by Lance Cpl. Mitchell Collyer 

    Marine Corps Recruiting Command           

    Kathryn Altman, a student at Randolph High School in Randolph, New Jersey, performs the flex arm hang during the pull up portion of the Marine Corps' Initial Strength Test (IST) during Marine Corps Recruiting Command’s 2018 Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy aboard Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, July 19. More than 200 students were accepted into the academy, hand-selected by a board of Marines who look to find attendees with similar character traits as Marines. Inspired by the Marine Corps' third promise of developing quality citizens, the program was designed to challenge and develop the nation's top-performing high school students so they could return to their communities more confident, selfless and better equipped to improve the lives of those around them. The IST tests poolees and recruits with a one-mile-and-a-half run, pull-ups or push-ups, and crunches. The purpose of the IST is to ensure that poolees and new recruits are physically fit to endure boot camp. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by LCpl. Mitchell Collyer)



    Date Taken: 07.19.2018
    Date Posted: 07.19.2018 11:22
    Photo ID: 4571650
    VIRIN: 180719-M-ZS893-024
    Resolution: 3545x5317
    Size: 4.93 MB
    Location: QUANTICO, VA, US 

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    SLCDA students wake up, work out with Marines