Friday, March 22, 2019

Marine Corps Recruit Depot

San Diego: 300 Marines Sickened in E. Coli Outbreak at Marine Corps Recruit Depot

The Department of Justice has just confirmed that 300 Marines were likely sickened in an E. Coli outbreak at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) located in San Diego, California, and at Edson Range on Camp Pendleton. According to local reports, at least 300 of the 5,500 recruits currently in training at MCRD have become ill from ingestion of E. Coli bacteria. According to commanding general of the Western Recruiting Region, which includes MCRD, Brig. Gen. William Jurney:

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