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    the objectives you hope to achieve. I served on active-duty in the U.S. Marine Corps for four years. During this memorable period, I discovered an immeasurable amount of my inner abilities: strengths, weaknesses, ambitions, and morals. Having spent years abroad in sixteen different countries on three continents, I maximized this unique opportunity to polish the intangible skills I brought with me into the Marine Corps. The core values of honor, courage, and commitment are the grassroots of great…

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    A Negative Feeling on the Marine Corps Throughout history, the military has been a subject of extreme speculation. Because of the inability to know exactly what is going on in a combat conflict, many are left with opinions and ideas about what may be going on. I grew up in a very patriotic family, who always showed respect and gratitude to the military. In result I wanted to join the force and earn that respect for myself. After joining the corps I quickly learned that what my parents had felt,…

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    few months back I joined the US Naval Sea Cadet Corps. It was something new to me. Everything was modeled after the regulations of the US Navy, even down to their uniforms—Just a few patches discerned the difference between us. I later found out it was the only band of its kind in the nation. I thought to myself, what have I gotten into? The next two months of preparation were intense. I learned all the regulations and standards of the Sea Cadet Corps and their music repertoire. I thought it…

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    Myself Before the Marine Corps, and Myself After (Item to Item) Before I had joined the Marine Corps I was much different than I am now. During high school it was as if I was sleep walking through my entire life. I had no ambitions, and I had now worries. A worry free life might be what some people are looking for, but I found that I lacked responsibility and discipline. During school I would either sleep or simply ignore the instructor, my attention to detail was completely nonexistent. I sat…

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    Recruiting Station Six, Sixth Marine Corps District (2013-Present) Billet: Officer In Charge. Area of operations and recruiters in eight states and Puerto Rico, encompassing over 340,000 Sq/miles, corresponding vehicle fleet, budget, and buildings. Awards: -Awarded Prior Service Recruiting Station of the Year the past two fiscal years, and will receive it again this year at the National Operations and Training Symposium. Hosted by the Commanding General of Marine Corps Recruiting Command…

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    Becoming one amongst the few and proud Marines of the United States Marine Corps has been a tremendous passion of mine ever since I was a child, and up until my high school career, my ultimate goal was to enlist. Upon starting high school as a cadet in the Naval Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (NJROTC), profoundly instilled in me were pivotal leadership characteristics and traits, forging me into a leader as I grew with my unit. It has taught me the importance of discipline, unity, and…

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    Marine Corps War Memorial Patriotism is often associated with Americans in response to the emotional pride in their nations land, culture, present day achievements, and history. However one's devotion to what they love may come with the dismissal of cynical actions. The remembrance of major events in our lives through memorialization keeps us either sane or feel a sense of unity among our community. Memorials are important to the American people, which are constructed by artists to provide…

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    the United States Marine Corps was only bigger than the decision to join in the first place. I decided to leave the Marine Corps, first because of the inability of my senior leadership to follow laws, second because of the lack of leadership in my unit, and third because I simply wasn’t serving my country. Although leaving the corps was a difficult decision these reasons helped me to clarify and decide in the way that I did. The primary reason I decided to leave the corps, was because of the…

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    Staff Sergeant Soto enlisted in the Marine Corps in March, 2000 and attended recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, CA in March of 2000 as Private Soto. Private First Class (PFC) Soto attended the School of Infantry and Basic Machinegunnery at San Onfre, Camp Pendleton CA from June to August 2000. Upon Graduation PFC Soto reported to 1st Battalion, 1st Marines (1/1), Weapons Company (Wpns Co), Combined Anti-Armor Team (CAAT) Platoon (Plt) August 2000. PFC Soto was…

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    Organizational Setting: Navy Marine Corp Relief Society Founded in 1904, Navy Marine Corp Relief Society (NMCRS) was incorporated to provide formal and organization assistance to navy and marine families. The areas of assistance include financial education, counseling and a visiting nurses program for those injure in combat. The organization continues to thrive because of ongoing donations and committed volunteers. Vision and Mission of Navy Marine Corp Relief Society (NMCRS) NMCRS vision is…

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