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What branch of the millitary should i go in?

What branch of the millitary should i go in? Topic: C m&a research
July 24, 2019 / By Kalisha
Question: I have a lot of experience in survival and hunting I am very strong minded and come from a millitary family. I no the stuff u c in movies isn't realy but I want to go into a branch were if there is conflict I am the one to go in. I wanna b in for a long time not just 4 years what branch would b best to go in
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Hadley Hadley | 8 days ago
There's a lot to consider, I suggest you do some research. Air Force PJ and Combat Control, Navy Seal, Green Beret. Pretty much everything else is all MRE and tent towns. Being strong minded and having the skill is only a small part, the physical requirements to get into those are what block allot of people. Contact a recruiter center and find your best fit. AND MAKE SURE TO GET A GUARANTEED JOB BEFORE YOU SIGN ANYTHING I'm a vet of the Chair Force..
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Hadley Originally Answered: Understanding American Millitary Ranks and Battalions?
H/2/1 is H Company, 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment. K/3/5 is K Co., 3rd Bn, 5th Marines. The 1st Marine Division comprises the 1st, 5th, and 7th Marines. In the Marine Corps you can go by the rule of threes. 3 riflemen & a fire team leader is a fire team. 3 fire teams and a squad leader is a squad 3 squad, a platoon commander, and a platoon Sgt. is a platoon 3 platoons, a company commander and supporting staff is a company. You will have other people like a company radioman. At Peleliu each platoon had a machine gun team and a mortar team. This varies, in Vietnam each squad would have a grenadier and a machine gunner. If you read accounts of Peleliu you will notice that the mortar teams are mentioned in sets of three, one for each platoon. To continue: 3 companies is a battalion 3 battalions is a regiment 3 regiments is a division 3 divisions is a corps A Marine Division will have a supporting artillery regiment, tank regiments, and a Marine Air Wing in support. During WWII the Marine Corps had 6 divisions. Today, they have 3 active divisions and one reserve, thus a Corps. Since you mentioned the 3/5 (3rd Bn, 5th Marines) they are one of the most recognized battalions in the Marine Corps, partly because they are in the 1st Division. They fought at Belleau Wood in WWI, WWII, Inchon and Chosin in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan. If you want a first hand account of Peleliu you should read "With the Old Breed" by Eugene Sledge. Perhaps you have already read it, he was with K Co., 3rd BN, 5th Marines at Peleliu and Okinawa. You have all the regiments involved at Peleliu. The 1st Marine Division made the invasion. Most battalions had companies B, C, & K. Obviously 2nd Bn, 1st Marines had company H. This website gives the initial order of battle for the invasion force and shows supporting companies and regiments: http://www.thomas5.com/tribute/Vets1.htm... Link to those who earned the Medal of Honor at Peleliu: http://www.worldwariihistory.info/Medal-... A good account of the battle with maps: http://www.usmc.mil/news/publications/Do... Another good account with maps: http://www.ibiblio.org/hyperwar/USMC/USMC-C-Peleliu/index.html Bill Sloan wrote a book called "Brotherhood of Heroes: The Marines at Peleliu, 1944" EDIT-- NO! Only the 1st Marine Division was at Peleliu. That's why his book is titled "With the Old Breed". The Old Breed is the 1st Marine Division. The 1st, 5th, and 7th Regiments make up the first Marine Division. I hope I didn't state that incorrectly before.
Hadley Originally Answered: Understanding American Millitary Ranks and Battalions?
A platoon is 30-60 soldiers A company is several platoons (250 or so soldiers). A battalion is several companies. A brigade is several battalions. Then I think its division. (I never really dealt with anyone above "battalion level" so I don't remember).
Hadley Originally Answered: Understanding American Millitary Ranks and Battalions?
I think this site is the most comprehensive: http://usmilitary.about.com/od/marines/a/command.htm Remember that you're dealing with the U.S. Marine Corps and not the U.S. Army which, if memory serves, have smaller squad sizes.

Dlila Dlila
The only way to find out is by visiting a recruiter. Go to each recruiter and find out which job you would best fit in and feel you would benefit most from. It is a serious decision so make sure you visit ALL different recruiters and choose carefully. Good Luck!
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Dlila Originally Answered: What to put in Care packages to Iraq for the soldiers. Millitary Members & others opions pls?
---john s--- you're an idiot Go to www.istillcarepackages.com You can send a care package, write thank you letters, donate items, etc. As far as specific items... Maxim, Stuff, and FHMs were always nice to get. You know, for the articles and what not.
Dlila Originally Answered: What to put in Care packages to Iraq for the soldiers. Millitary Members & others opions pls?
What they need depends on where they are located. The needs vary greatly. Some guys have told me the store (px?) sells out real quick and they need practical items and others want fun stuff. I'm sure they would love to receive anything...but especially letters. Some do not have access to microwaves or stoves. So just check with the guy/gal you're sending your stuff to. Do not send anything with pork...so check the Slim Jims Games, mazagines, books, DVD's are all awesome! On the customs form at the bottom is a section you can complete in case the box can't be delivered for whatever reason (he moved, he's home). Instead of putting "Return to Sender" or "Abandon" put "Chaplain" that way it will be used.

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