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    this world having actually contributed to society, helping it grow stronger for the future generations, having made the world safer for millions of people with one oath and a will to progress and reach one's full potential--The United States Marine Corps is the toughest branch of service and pushes people farther than imaginable. “There is no can’t only pushing forward past previous failures.”(Styczynski) Having to learn and learn quickly in an intensive environment. It is not for everyone, but…

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    1. As I reflect on the past twelve years of Marine Corps service, I feel a sense of pride and am immensely proud of what I have been able to accomplish. When I began this journey, I knew it would be challenging, but those who know me will always say that I’m not one to back down from a challenge. I set goals for myself and those goals are what drive me on a daily basis. This journey has been both challenging and humbling, and I am fortunate to have been a part of it. As I have decided to…

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    people say that the Marine Corps is becoming a second Army, that is simply not the case. Since the Gulf War the Marine Corps has been being deployed to areas like Iraq and Afghanistan by helicopter and airplanes, this makes it seem like they are becoming a second Army because of the long term deployments. The Marine Corps says that they do not intend on becoming a second Army, and there was an issued statement from 2011 Defense Secretary Robert Gates “The Marine Corps is not going to turn into…

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    “Freedom is not free, but the U.S. Marine Corps will pay most of your share” (Ned Dolan). The Marine Corps is one of the toughest and most challenging branches in the military to join. However, the Marine Corps does offer many benefits and advancement opportunities. A career in the Marines Corps requires specific training, offers common compensation and benefits, and has an expected career path and an opportunity for advancement. Since the Marine Corps is such a difficult and challenging…

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    help improve my fellow Sergeants’ corps’ .I truly believe that the Marines Sergeant is the backbone of the Marine Corps ,but of the entire service .This aggressive approach help me instill leadership in my Marines .I had become less passive and more confrontational with NCOs that fail to follow rules and regulations . During my first deployment to Iraq in 2003, I was awarded my second Navy and Marine Corp Achievement Medal by the Commanding Officer of MWSS-372, For performing my responsibilities…

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    Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions, what that means is that when you do something, make a decision, whatever it may be, take responsibility for them. Being a leader of any kind, at any level means someone either looks up to you, or they simply look to you for guidance. When you have people under you, or that you are in charge of, you have to be on top of things, know how to handle any situation, and if you do not know how to handle a situation, then know where you can…

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    When humanity thinks of the Marine Corps they think of an establishment that prides themselves off of the flashy terms honor, courage, and commitment. This paper argues that there is a noticeable split occurring in the Marine Corps, for the reason that the Marines Corps have noticed an increasing amount of distrust, due to the increased use of technology, resulting in a lack of human interaction. After closely reviewing Simon Sinek video: “First why and then trust” it became clear and concise…

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    The Marine Corps is a branch of the United States Armed Forces responsible for conducting amphibious operations with the United States Navy. Amphibious operations means is a type of offensive military operation that uses naval ships to project ground and air power onto a hostile or potentially hostile shore at a designated landing beach. The Marines were established in 1775 by a man named Samuel Nicholas. Unfortunately the Marines were disbanded in 1783, but were reestablished in 1798. Whether…

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    United States Marine Corps, one of the smallest branches. These two branches have many differences when it comes to their mission, initial training, eligibility requirements, notable missions, and even insignia’s. The United States Army is the main branch of the United States Armed Forces responsible for land-based military operations. It is the largest and oldest established branch of the U.S. military, and is one of seven U.S. uniformed services. The United States Marine Corps (USMC) is a…

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    and relay a particular idea. Many different organizations use this method of promotion, one of which is the United States Marines Corps. One of the Marines’ recent advertisements depicts a young man dressed in the uniform of a marine, and on his right is found the text of the advertisement which demonstrates the main claim of the advertisement (United States Marine Corps). This particular advertisement appeals to the intended audience, which appears to be mostly young American men, specifically…

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