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A Marine Wife’s Boot Camp Story

Features, Marines Uncovered // March 15th, 2012 // By Hannah Wetzel

Young men and women fell silent in their private conversations and eyed me as I walked by. I imagine I looked quite out of place. At almost thirty weeks pregnant with my 15-month-old son on my hip, I was the last person one would expect to see at the Military Entrance Processing Station. But I was there. And, I was there for a good reason.

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