Inside the former barracks on Parris Island that. It will still be used in the near term.
The thousands of recruits that cycle through the Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island all must go through one building.
That barracks has stood since 1958.
And so it's with much pride that the Corps cut the ribbon on the long-planned new $85 million and $21 million dining hall last week.
As you'd expect, multiple reports abound, but I prefer WSAV's more feature-y video; watch that here.