Pfc. Zachary Calleo scans an ID at the entrance gate to Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island on June 5, 2014. New procedures at the gate for Parris Island are taking longer than usual and backing up traffic onto Parris Island Gateway because of the new scanning system that they have implemented to check IDs.
Pfc. Zachary Calleo scans an ID at the entrance gate to Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island on June 5, 2014. New procedures at the gate for Parris Island are taking longer than usual and backing up traffic onto Parris Island Gateway because of the new scanning system that they have implemented to check IDs. Staff photo
Pfc. Zachary Calleo scans an ID at the entrance gate to Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island on June 5, 2014. New procedures at the gate for Parris Island are taking longer than usual and backing up traffic onto Parris Island Gateway because of the new scanning system that they have implemented to check IDs. Staff photo

Parris Island traffic problems subside; security gate relocation about to break ground

June 25, 2014 06:41 PM

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