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United States Marine Corps

The career that I would love to pursue would be one in the United States Military. I would like to eventually become an Infantry Officer or an Aircraft Maintenance Officer in the United States Marine Corps. The reason is I want to be part of a force that could stand up to any enemy and fight for the country that I live in and the people in it. The journey to become an officer in the Marine Corps will not be easy and starts right now. To get to the Military Occupational Specialty of an Infantry...

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Marine Corps Order P1020

Marine Corps Order P1020.34G. This one order clearly explains every uniform regulation the Marine Corps has. It goes into to detail on everything from hair color to boots and utilities. From chevron placement to shaven faces. It not only explains the male uniform regulations, but female uniform regulations as well. In this essay, I will explain go over specifically grooming standards for both male and female marines, why the marine corps has uniform regulations in the first place, and what these...

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The United States Marine Corps: Showing up Late

unacceptable. This is a motto that every Marine should live by. We are constantly told that for anything and everything we have to show up to, we should be 15 minutes prior. This gives us a few extra minutes incase anything happens. Also this is so we are not rushed on our way there. If you show up just on time there is a chance they could have started without you, therefore you are late. Showing up on time is a responsibility that is expected to be upheld by all Marines, regardless of rank. Responsibility...

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Impact on the Marine Corps

My Impact On The United States Marine Corps Before this assignment I have never thought of the impact I would have on the Marine Corps. Once I began to reflect on the short amount of time I have spent in the Corps, I realize that I have not made much of an impact on the Corps itself, but I have made an impact on the Marines around me. This impact has been both positive and negative on the individuals I have served with. During boot camp, I was never...

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Hazing in the Marine Corps

The United States Marine Corps is unfortunately involved in an underlying issue within its own ranks called hazing. Hazing is an overlooked problem being dealt with today in the military as it is enforced and prevented. As hazing is becoming more commonly identified, Marines are being held accountable. As you read this paper you will find out about this issue. You will be engaged in the Marine Corps order that covers this very topic. General James F. Amos scrutinizes the act of hazing in saying,...

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Marine Corp History: Running Cadences

in the Marine Corp. Running cadence is the number of times either your left or right foot hits the ground in one minute (Life123, par 1). In the armed services, a military cadence or cadence call is a traditional call-and-response work song sung by military personnel while running or marching (Military Cadence, par 1). This is an important topic to both the Marine Corp and the whole nation. Without the United States Marine Corp our country wouldn’t be what it is today. Without the Marine Corp who would...

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marine core

Being a Marine is the most challenging and rewarding responsibility a person could face. It is a known fact that the Marines have the toughest and most difficulty training course in the world. Men and women from all over the world try their abilities of strength and courage to see what life can throw at them, and what it is to be a true Marine(Conner). The United States Marine mental and moral qualities have been tested throughout history. Through the long history of the Marine Corps there are examples...

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U.S. Marine Corpsh

U.S. Marine Corps Our country has the most powerful military in the world. Our military consists of five different branches and each branch is unique in their own way. One unique branch that I will be talking about is the United States Marine Corps.This paper will cover the following topics...origins/history, organization, strength, missions, specialty forces and weaponry. The United States Marine Corps (USMC), was established on the 10th of November of the year 1775 at the Tun Tavern, Philadelphia...

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Accountability, Per the Marine Corps

Accountability is everything within the Marine Corps and within the working world. Unit cohesion could not exist without accountability. Good communication could not happen without good accountability. Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines accountability as: “the quality or state of being accountable; especially: an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one's actions” Supervisors, running a company, need to have 100% accountability of their employees. This is so...

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History of the Marine Nco

Role of the Marine Non Commissioned Officer After the Vietnam War ended, the Marine Corps’ main focus changed from broad scale operations, to being an Expeditionary Force in Readiness. Although this was no new role for the United States Marine Corps (USMC), there have been many changes in society, technology and tactics that affect how the Corps operates. However, over the last 36 years one thing has remained the same, and that is the role of the Marine Non Commissioned Officer (NCO). With the...

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