Recruits Whitlow and Wolf face the remaining three events of the Gauntlet before heading to Dismissal Hill. With their minds and bodies pushed beyond their limits, the recruits prepare to face Meyer's March, Jackson's Hold and Coddington's Crossing. Meyer's March is a grueling 10-mile march that Whitlow and Wolf must face alone. They setoff in opposite directions, not knowing if the other will walk, run or crawl. Next, they must endure Jackson's Hold. The dog tags dangle from their wrists in a fight of will and strength to be the last one standing. The Gauntlet ends with another go at Coddington's Crossing. The recruits must beat their previous time to win the dog tags. Whitlow starts strong, only to hit the wall and discover her hardest challenge yet in Boot Camp. After 47 attempts and strong encouragement and support from all four Drill Instructors, Whitlow overcomes the obstacle and proudly finishes the course. Recruits Whitlow and Wolf then head to Dismissal Hill to learn their fate. It is on Dismissal Hill that the two learn the final outcome of the seven Gauntlet Events - Wolf has six dog tags, while Whitlow only has one. In a surprising turn of events, every one of the discharged recruits pledge their dog tags to Whitlow. Their reasons vary from the toss of a coin to Wolf's role in the loss of equipment. Recruit Whitlow, relieved that Boot Camp and The Gauntlet has finally come to an end, goes home with $500,000. Recruit Wolf speculates about Recruit Brown's role in the voting process, but is quite please to be going home with $100,000.moreless
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