The Marine Corps will be getting an outside opinion on how best to train men and women together at boot camp.
The service is "looking at all options" in response to a congressional mandate to make training gender-integrated.
The Marine Corps is considering a plan in which it could funnel all recruits to a new base.
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The mere possibility of the Marine Corps shaking up where it trains new recruits has drawn swift backlash.
Earlier this month, the Marine Corps released some of its plans for ending gender segregation at boot camp.
All-male recruit companies trained solely by men will be made "obsolete," according to a Marine Corps memo.
Their symptoms from COVID-19 have been so mild that it hasn't disrupted training, a two-star general said this week.
Many in the Marine Corps have long defended the decision to keep boot camp segregated by gender.
Military leaders are racing to implement policies to prevent the spread of coronavirus at boot camp and other hard-hit areas.
The Heritage Index assessed U.S. military strength across the service branches on a five-tiered scale.
U.S. Army Recruiting Command is reducing its force by roughly 1,700 recruiters over the next year.
Robert Teichgraeber, 100, survived 421 days as a prisoner of war.
By the end of the spring, there will be 294 new naval aviation officers.
Members of II Marine Expeditionary Force wrapped up a training exercise last week that ran from North Carolina to New York.