The Corps has too broad a variety of job fields to even list. Google Marine Corps MOS and you should find a listing of all the jobs and descriptions of the requirements. That going to be a big part of what "can you…"
"What jobs are you thinking about?
I know a lot of people that go to the military after the work force, (especially in the post 9/11 fervor) so its definitely something that can be accomplished. Just think through all the…"
"I want to join the USMC as soon as I can, I've talked to a couple Marines and they always ask me: what do you want to do?
Truth is, I have no idea what I want to do if I do join.
So to the Jarheads out there: What kinds of jobs…"
"Ask the wife first. Although there is much to be said about serving your country your family should come first. I say this as a military retiree and I have served in 3 of the 4 services. I did not get married until I was in my 40s…"
"The military is, like most say, a good experience while not being a good experience. My time in the military (I was a Navy Corpsman with a Marine Corps Bn) taught me to grow up and be respectful and I did feel that I learned quite a bit more and…"
"I'm "living the dream" as a Plebe at USNA. If your GPA is as good as you say it is, and you've taken challenging classes, as well as have some participation in sports and/or other examples of leadership, you would probably…"
I've been a Navy Hospital Corpsman for 5 years with the USMC. I deployed with an infantry battalion to Iraq in '05 and am still serving with Marines. I would have to tell you if you're considering joining the military that you will enjoy some of the greatest times of your life. Not everyday is a walk in the park, but I never regret enlisting.
Though they aren't common in the United States, Jjimjilbangs, Banyas, Onsens, and Hamams are a great places to hang out. This is a group for men comfortable in their own skin and appreciate the eastern ideas of public bath houses.See More
"It's supposed to be enlightened and flattering towards women - look how important they are - but with 0 context, why does he choose that half (or quarter, if you separate children) of the nation? What's irrelevant about men's manners?…"
"Fair point, but depending on where this happened actions can be taken to ascertain who did this. But really it is such a low level situation it may not be worth the investigation. If it was on a college campus they may be able…"
I've been thinking about it since a freshman in high school and I am finally making the decision. I've talked to the recruiter a bunch of times and he was helpful in answering my questions about the process and logistics. I am enlisting in the USMC. If anyone has tips, thoughts, stories of how you made it through boot camp, etc, it would be very helpful. See More