Marine Corps Obstacle Course

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  • Sergeant Mercer and Sergeant Fernandez climb a rope to complete the new Marine Corps Obstacle Course. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • A U.S. Army specialist runs during a race in the new Marine Corps Obstacle Course. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • Gunnery Sergeant Michael Kiernan, an Assistant Marine Officer Instructor, demonstrates the new obstacle course. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • Reserve soldiers of the 980th Engineer Battalion race to complete the new obstacle course. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • Reserve soldiers of the 980th Engineer Battalion race to complete the new obstacle course. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • A reserve soldier of the 980th Engineer Battalion race to complete the new obstacle course. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • U.S. Navy Ensign White, a recent graduate of the University of Texas NROTC, watches a demonstration of the newly constructed Marine Corps Obstacle Course. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • Vernon Neuenschwanver, U.S. Navy Commander and Naval ROTC executive officer, cuts the ribbon during opening ceremony of the new Marine Corps Obstacle at the J.J. Pickle Research Center Friday morning. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • Sergeant Mercer looks on as Sergeant Fernandez jumps over an obstacle. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • Sergeant Mercer jumps over an obstacle during a demonstration of the newly constructed Marine Corps Obstacle Course. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • Sergeant Mercer and Sergeant Fernandez demonstrate on the new Marine Corps Obstacle Course. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • Sergeant Fernandez demonstrates on the new Marine Corps Obstacle Course. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • Sergeant Mercer demonstrates a rope climb. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • Gunnery Sergeant Michael Kiernan, an Assistant Marine Officer Instructor for the University of Texas, looks on as Sergeant Fernandez demonstrates the rope climb. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

  • Sergeant Mercer jumps over a bar on the new Marine Corps Obstacle Course. (Photo Credit: Mary Kang)

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