US Navy 050203-N-4729H-005 Navy Delayed Entry Program recruit Brian Connelly of Norwood, Pa., shows the pants he wore before he lost 175 lbs over the period of a year to join the U.S. Navy



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English: Philadelphia, Pa. (Feb. 3, 2005) - Navy Delayed Entry Program recruit Brian Connelly of Norwood, Pa., shows the pants he wore before he lost 175 lbs over the period of a year to join the U.S. Navy. Connelly's recruiter, Torpedoman 1st Class Frank DeGrand worked with the 22 year-old Connelly to help him lose the weight, using the Delayed Entry Program physical fitness guide and a low-calorie diet. Connelly's father was a Korean War Army paratrooper who passed away a year ago. Connelly made a promise at his dad's deathbed to "do something worthwhile" with his life. He leaves for boot camp in May 2005, after which he will train to be a Machinist's Mate in the submarine force. U.S. Navy photo by Chief Journalist Monica Hallman (RELEASED)
Date 3 February 2005(2005-02-03)
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