Very demanding job. Constantly moving from place to place. Very competitive. Personally it’s not my cup of tea. Budget for the marine corps is very low there for living areas and equipment are sub par at best.
Warehouse Clerk (Former Employee) – Yuma, AZ – August 19, 2019
Maintaining physical fitness. Conducting your job in the best professional manner. I grew as a person while serving my time in the Marine Corp and learned more about myself in time. I have enjoyed the comradery and family dynamic that the people in the Corp has.
Combat Photographer (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – August 18, 2019
Over the past 5 years, worked as a combat photographer for the United States Marine Corps. Was in charge of multiple Marines up to 15 at a time. And managed multiple electronic databases and was the senior Marine in my shop for over a year.
My time in the Marine Corps was a very exciting and diverse experience. I still fully recomend it to anyone interested even though I am not Re-enlisting. It is a perfect place for personal and professional development. It exposes you to a variety of experiences and skills.
INSTRUCTOR/OFFICE MANAGER (Former Employee) – Many locations – August 17, 2019
As a United States Marine, your job is never over. You are a Marine 24/7 and Once a Marine Always a Marine. Being a Marine isn't for the weak-minded. If you have other options than joining the Marine Corps, then it isn't for you.
Difficult, challenging, worth while work experience.
Low Altitude Air Defense Gunner (Former Employee) – Camp Pendleton, CA – August 17, 2019
Becoming a United States Marine is one of the most fulfilling things anyone can do, but choosing to stick around in the poorly managed sub-sections throughout the organization is not a choice many make.
(0352) Anti-tank Missle Men (Former Employee) – Camp Lejeune, NC – August 16, 2019
If your looking for a brotherhood like no other! This is the job for you. It’s a long tough road but it’s one only a special breed can acquire. It’s the military and this is the MENS Department of the military! I don’t mean this is a demeaning way! The women I had the pleasure of working beside and my sisters in arms, are the most fierce and dangerous women alive!
Hard working, Team oriented organization with high standards
Marine (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, NC – August 16, 2019
The job consisted of not only training every day to the highest standard set by your immediate superior, but putting that training into action during certain exercises and evaluations. You learned what it took to lead your peers and ultimately your junior marines through physical and mental training and exercise. Some days were tougher than others, being away from family for days and weeks at a time. Team building and comradery were just some of the better perks of being part of the Marine Corps.