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Jake Marine force recon

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Charles Herndon

on 28 March 2014

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Transcript of Jake Marine force recon

Marine force recon
The most elite force in the military
Jake Zimmerman, Mr. Herdon, career portals/ 3-24-14
Divers providing essential help or doing recon on a target
The Force Reconnaissance companies , also known as Force Recon, are one of the United States Marine Corps's special operations capable forces that provide essential elements of military intelligence to the command element of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force ; supporting their task force commanders, and their subordinate operating units of the Fleet Marine Force.

Task of the Marines include ground support, Sniper support, and air support.
All services require at least a GED, however, most of the services have alternative programs that will allow you to enlist and go through a military training program, at the end of which you will recieve a GED. After you recieve your GED, you will go straight to Basic Training.
Colleges best suited for a military career would be a military academy like west point, Texas A&M, Air force, Naval Academy, and Army, but Texas A&M is a marine route or any college. But there is the route of going to serve straight out of high school. That is not smart, you can go through a military college and go in to the military with a higher rank
Skills needed to be a marine include physical fitness, mentally stable, swimming,Screening: Selection of the right personnel begins with a rigorous screening process designed to identify the right Marines for the right billet within MARSOC, Assessment and Selection: Once a Marine is qualified through the MARSOC Recruiter's screening process, he will be assigned to the Assessment and Selection (A&S) Program.
2 years $3,652.80/month
3 years $4,207.20/month
4 years $4,349.10/month
6 years $4,438.50/month
8 years $4,438.50/month
10 years $4,438.50/month
12 years $4,438.50/month
Salary 1st lieutenant
Room to room combat
Target practicewith M-4 carbin
Water treding
More target practice
Suppressive fire from cover
50. cal support fire
Ground to air missile fire
Sniper and spotter
Strike force from water
Light machine gun support
Field sniper checking area
Field combat
Modern light machine gun and m-4 carbin
Cove in case of I.E.D
Trench cover in fire fight
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