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    The United States Army, is the largest branch of the United States Armed Forces. The 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 branch of the United States Armed Forces responsible for providing power projection from the sea, using the mobility of the United States Navy to deliver combined-arms task…

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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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    My goal in life is to join the United States Marine Corps. The marines offer many benefits like free college, guaranteed annual raise, and free medical, dental, and life insurance. Joining the marines would develope good life skills and habits like discipline and survival skills. By joining the marines I would be protecting and serving my country from foreign evil powers such as terrorist groups or other countries making conflicts like North Korea. By joining the marines I would be bettering…

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    Marine Corps Significance

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    The United States Marine Corps has been a very influential branch of the American military since the beginning of the American Revolution. They have fought in every American war in order to protect the United States and its democratic beliefs. Throughout the many years of dedicated service from the Marine Corps there have been marines that stand above the rest earning high ranking positions or having shown great heroism and bravery. The Marine Corps originated in Philadelphia, where two…

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    Female Marines Female Marines make up for six percent of the Marines Corp and only eight percent of the United States population are Marines, so that is a very small number of female Marines according to Sergeant Williams at the Princeton WV recruiting office. The Marines Corp is one the hardest branches in the United States Military to join, because it is both physical and mentally challenging, which makes female Marines the elite of the elite. The Marines Corp treats their female Marines…

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    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 branch in the military, there are…

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    stress and emotions varies in every profession. One of the careers known for having a lot of stress and mixed emotions is being a part of the Marine Corps. The Marine Corps is part of the United State’s military branch, and are known for their discipline, strength, and willpower. I interviewed one of my brother’s closest friend, Miguel. He’s a former Sergeant in the U.S. Marines, who explained what emotions and stress a U.S. Marine deals with on a daily basis. The question is, how exactly does a…

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    Since the creation of the United States Marine Corps on 10, November 1775 men and women have sought to earn the title of Marine. There are only two places in the world where Marine recruits are trained. Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, California and Paris Island, South Carolina. For women there is only one place to receive training to become a Marine and the location is Paris Island South Carolina. However unlike other branches of the military Marine recruits training is not integrated…

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    Marines Focus On Aggressiveness. Marines are very aggressive because that’s how they are trained. The sargents (the teachers at the marine corps) scream in their faces on the first day of boot camp. They do this so that they learn not to be scared so that their not scared when they go to war. Also when the sargents are aggressive the marines need the be aggressive so that they can win a war. The sargents start to yell at them once they get off there bus that took them to Marine Corps Boot Camp.…

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    The decision to leave 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,…

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