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    The United States Marine Corps

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    war. Marines courageously serve in our nations wars. Their ability to win battles allows our nations to deal with threats quickly without making the situation more dangerous than it already is. Since the year of 1775 the Marines have been the number one branch of the military called upon first. Their ability to execute the most rapid, effective, and efficient military response to disputes anywhere in the world, makes them one of the most respected branches of the military. The Marines Corps are deployed

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    The History of the United States Marine Corps

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    The United States Marine Corps (USMC) is a branch of the United States Armed Forces whose sole purpose is to provide an assault force from the sea and to be the initial strike force of the United States Military. The USMC is currently under the Department of the Navy but is recognized as its own branch of the military. The USMC has served in every major war since the Revolutionary War in 1775. (Corps, History and Heritage-Our Purpose, 2014) The USMC’s Core Values, or ethics, are taken very seriously

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    The campaign advertisement ran by the United States Marine Corps uses versatile imagery and a connotative language approach to strategically attract minority women. The print ad shows a female Marine in a defensive martial arts pose on looked by a crowd of men in what seems to be a combat training session implying she is the leader. The tag line: “There are no female Marines. Only Marines” suggests that women who join the Marines will have equal standing with men in their organization. The ad itself

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    UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS INTELLIGENCE OFFICER The United States Marine Corps is looking for a “Few Good Men” for their Officer Corps. There are a few different ways to achieve the rank of Second Lieutenant. Some officers go straight from college to a recruiter, and others join as an enlisted Marine and apply for an officer rank later in their career. I am applying for a commission from the enlisted ranks. I have found that enlisted to officer programs have many requirements and can be somewhat

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    A Student's Comments on the United States Marine Corps Website The ritual of Marine boot camp can be found at the website titled United States Marine Corps. This is a website devoted obviously to the United States Marine Corps. It is the official recruitment and information site of the Marines and is directed toward those who are interested in the military organization and would like more information. The site begins with a small movie introduction and then is organized into three categories

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    Professionals in the United States Marine Corps stand apart from others engaged in particular careers in the civilian world.While many vocations contain some of the characteristics of professional, a lot of careers do not include all of the elements necessary to distinguish themselves as being as close to a professional as a marine. Professionalism grows depending on the time and service they have in the Marine Corps. A professional has specialized knowledge and skill which can only be acquired through

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    service pistol, misfire procedures, and what may cause a misfire. This period of instruction is in direct relation to corps">Marine Corps Weaponry. 3.     INTRODUCE LEARNING OBJECTIVES: a. TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE: Without the aid of reference, demonstrate the four steps in clearing a misfire and describe some ways a misfire may occur in accordance with MCI 21.35 of the MARINE CORPS INSTITUTE, (INSPECTION AND REPAIR OF THE M9 SERVICE PISTOL). (CPLX1) b.      ENABLING LEARNING OBJECTIVES: Without

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    yet?” is the most common phrase heard around the Marine Corps on weekdays in my opinion, except for Friday when it’s “not bravo’s again.” Our service has slowly transformed to an organization that embraces life behind a desk and doing the bare minimum to collect a guaranteed paycheck until they retire. We are without passion and zeal in our service, lost is the mentality that we are getting paid to do what we do. The lack of enthusiasm in our corps is prominent in all ranks from high to low; it

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    History of the Marines

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    the Marines What do Drew Carey, Gene Hackman, and Lee Harvey Oswald all have in common? They are all, The Few. The Proud. The Marines. Like these young men, many people after high school join one of the many branches of the military. From the U.S. Bureau of Labor, nine out of ten high school graduates go into the military. However with the Marine Corps being the smallest of the branches, only one-fifth of them become Marines. In 2006, according to the Recruit Depot Parris Island for Marines, 99

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    The Marine Corps Fight to Remain One of Americas Elite Fighting Forces The United States Marine Corps is known as one of the worlds most elite fighting groups. Marines are looked highly upon by most people in American society. However, The Marine corps has had a rough journey since their birth date on November 10th, 1775. While the American people felt and still feel that the Marine Corps are vital in our military. Though the Marine Corps was formed originally for amphibious warfare they have proven

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