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    Quote Originally Posted by Jore Knight View Post
    and if went marine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marodout View Post
    boatswains mate
    undesignated seamen,firemen,airmen
    aviation boatswains mate
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    possibly AE/AO/AT (aircraft electrician, loads bombs, aircraft mechanic)
    ummmm id bet you get offered at least 2 of those listed above if you went Navy.
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    and if went marine?
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    infantry
    The Marines have every job listed by marodout. You could also go infantry like ducky said. Additionally, you could work on tanks, trucks, helo's, etc... etc.. You could be a comm technician, administrative work... bla bla bla.

    There are honestly a zillion jobs you could do. There are just a few that you couldn't do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malice View Post
    The Marines have every job listed by marodout. You could also go infantry like ducky said. Additionally, you could work on tanks, trucks, helo's, etc... etc.. You could be a comm technician, administrative work... bla bla bla.

    There are honestly a zillion jobs you could do. There are just a few that you couldn't do.
    There are even really odd ball jobs out there for Marines like mems clerk, and things along that line. The only jobs the Corps couldn't offer you (or variations of the same field), are branch specific like any kind of nuclear work (besides guarding it), ballistic missiles, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teufel Hunden View Post
    are branch specific like any kind of nuclear work (besides guarding it)
    Negative. All of our SF guys that were guarding nukes had to get their TS clearance before they finished SF school. Anyone who failed to get it was sent to a line company as an 0311.

    You can still get 90% of the jobs the Corps has to offer without being a citizen, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by downey View Post
    Negative. All of our SF guys that were guarding nukes had to get their TS clearance before they finished SF school. Anyone who failed to get it was sent to a line company as an 0311.

    Ah, i forgot about the non-citizen theme of the thread. I was just commenting on Marine Corps jobs as a whole.
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