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    Marines teach water survival to collegiate swimmers

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    Video by Lance Cpl. Haley Mathers 

    Marine Corps Recruiting Command         

    The Royals Swimming Team at the Queens University of Charlotte, participate in Marine Corps water survival training during the United States Marine Corps’ 2018 Marine Week in Charlotte, North Carolina, September 6. Marine Corps water survival training’s purpose is to reduce fear, raise self-confidence, and develop Marines with the ability to survive in water. The team participated in some basic Marine water drills, such as inflating the Marine utility uniform to make flotation devices and swimming 25 meters with rubber rifles. The Royals Swimming men and women’s teams have won first place in Division II NCAA Championships for the past four years. The Marine Corps Recruiting Command planned unique engagements to interact with important components of the Charlotte population, looking to share its message of opportunity with a diverse audience of people who in many cases had minimal previous exposure to the Corps’ culture. (Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl Haley Gawronski)



    Date Taken: 09.06.2018
    Date Posted: 09.07.2018 07:40
    Category: B-Roll
    Video ID: 623332
    VIRIN: 180906-M-MA122-074
    Filename: DOD_105990766
    Length: 00:07:51
    Location: CHARLOTTE, NC, US 

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