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Things to Consider When Deciding to Join The Marine Corps
The Marines are often referred to as the "Infantry of the Navy." Marines specialize in amphibious operations. In other words, their primary specialty is to assault, ...
Joining the Marine Corps - US Military - About.com
Joining the Marine Corps. Information and resources for those who are thinking about enlisting in the United States Military, specifically the U.S. Marine Corps ...
Things to Consider When Choosing to Join the Marine Corps ...
The Marine Corps offers fewer enlistment incentives than any other branch, and they like it that way. In fact, they are rather proud of the fact that they continue to ...
Surviving Marine Corps Basic Training - US Military - About.com
Branches of the U.S. Armed Forces · Joining the United States Military · The ... It has been said time and time again by former Marines that Marine Corps recruit ...
Considerations When Choosing to Join the Marine Corps - US Military
The Marine Corps has over 180 enlisted jobs, which are called "Military Occupational Specialties," or "MOS." Because the Marine Corps gets much of their ...
Things to Consider Before Joining the Marine Corps - US Military
The Marine Corps does not put near as much money and effort into Quality of Life programs as do the other services. Part of the reason is that the Marine Corps ...
Things to Consider When Choosing to Join the Marine Corps
The Marine Corps has 15 major bases in the Continental United States (CONUS) . They have bases located overseas in Hawaii and Japan, and Okinawa.
Deployments & Other Considerations When Joining the Marines
The Army and the Marine Corps make up the bulk of the ground forces deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, so the Marines get their share of deployments.
Criminal History Waivers for Joining the Marine Corps and Navy
As with the other services, the United States Marine Corps and United States Navy screen applicants for.
Things to Consider When Choosing to Join the Marine Corps ...
Like the Army, the Congress decided to increase the size of the Marine Corps. However, the Marines have already met this goal by the end of Fiscal Year 2009  ...
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