Jim Michaels

USA Today

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Military reporter for USA Today and author of A Chance in Hell: The men Who Triumphed over Iraq's Deadliest City and Turned the Tide of War; former Marine

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The Marines' infantry program requires candidates to spend long days and nights in primitive conditions and to complete a grueling 20 kilometer hike with 85 pounds of gear.

First Women Marines Graduate from Infantry Training

The Marines' infantry program requires candidates to spend long days and nights in primitive conditions and to complete a grueling 20 kilometer hike with 85 pounds of gear.

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