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BOOT CAMP ORIGIN

Friday January 29th, 2010
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The name for cadet training schools first came into use during the Spanish-American War. Sailor’s leggings were known as boots which quickly became the nickname for a Navy or Marine recruit. So logically these rookies were trained in ‘boot’ camps
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