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  • Parris Island drill instructors learn to protect their voices - even those that are aspiring musicians

    Staff Sgt. Jake Bublitz is a drill instructor at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island. When he's not leading recruits in training, he is also an aspiring musician and songwriter. Here, despite a voice hoarse from shouting, he sings part of his song "Good Friends and Whiskey," and talks about how he tries to integrate music into training and ways to protect his voice.

Parris Island drill instructors learn to protect their voices - even those that are aspiring musicians

Staff Sgt. Jake Bublitz is a drill instructor at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island. When he's not leading recruits in training, he is also an aspiring musician and songwriter. Here, despite a voice hoarse from shouting, he sings part of his song "Good Friends and Whiskey," and talks about how he tries to integrate music into training and ways to protect his voice.
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