Why did you want to become an officer in the Marine Corps? The branch that I admired the most was the Marine Corps. They have the reputation of being the best, and I wanted to be a leader of the best fighting force. I also wanted to work on improving my leadership skills and at the same time serve my country.
- 1 Why do you want to be an officer?
- 2 What does it take to be an officer in the Marines?
- 3 What benefits do Marine officers get?
- 4 What is the job of a Marine officer?
- 5 Why do u want to be a military officer?
- 6 Why should I become an officer in the military?
- 7 What brings you to OCS?
- 8 Do Marine officers take the Asvab?
- 9 Do Marine officers go to bootcamp?
- 10 Do officers choose their MOS?
- 11 Do Marine recon officers see combat?
- 12 What does a Marine officer do daily?
- 13 Can Marine officers be snipers?
- 14 What’s the hardest special forces to get into?
Why do you want to be an officer?
Lower crime rates in the community. Help people build trust and respect for the police. Treat people of all backgrounds fairly. Work to help people understand the law better.
What does it take to be an officer in the Marines?
Training consists of Plebe Summer, seven weeks of physical training, naval education and moral and ethical development. Upon graduation, you will be commissioned as a Marine officer. Just the same as with 4 year college/NROTC, following their commissioning, Marine officers will attend TBS.
What benefits do Marine officers get?
Marines are eligible to receive the following benefits:
- Military housing or a housing allowance.
- Food allowance.
- Medical care for Marines and their families.
- Education benefits.
- Retirement plans.
- Affordable life insurance.
What is the job of a Marine officer?
Marine Corps officers are responsible for executing military readiness plans and supervising the duties of enlisted troops and lower-ranking officers. Commissioned officers in the Marines must have a bachelor’s degree.
Why do u want to be a military officer?
Basically,being an officer gives me the opportunity of becoming or doing more than just what an enlisted personnel is entitled to. I can be able to give guidance, show the right directions and help the command team in various ways. Being in the army would help me to continually develop and grow my leadership skills.
Why should I become an officer in the military?
Becoming an officer in the Military offers far-reaching benefits, including increased salary and better housing. Perhaps of even greater value are the intangible benefits: leadership development, management and increased real-world experience.
What brings you to OCS?
Entrance to OCS is obtained through the Platoon Leaders Class and Officer Candidates Course programs. Candidates who enter the Platoon Leaders Class attend either two six-week sessions or one ten-week session during college. Graduates are commissioned as Second Lieutenants (2ndLt) in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Do Marine officers take the Asvab?
Only the US Army, Marine Corps, and the US Coast Guard accept the ASVAB for officer applicants. Prospective officer candidates looking at the Air Force and the Navy do not have to take the ASVAB. Instead prospective USAF and USN officer candidates will take the AFOQT and the ASTB-E.
Do Marine officers go to bootcamp?
Officers are not required to attend boot camp. To receive a commission as an officer, you must have at least a bachelor’s degree in any subject. You will still be required to attend officer training to learn Navy values and the leadership skills you will need as an officer overseeing enlisted sailors.
Do officers choose their MOS?
Unlike enlisted recruits who sign a contract guaranteeing them a specific military occupational specialty (MOS) if they pass Basic Combat Training and Advanced Individual Training (AIT is job-specific), officer candidates apply and get accepted to Officer Candidate School without any guarantee of getting a specific MOS
Do Marine recon officers see combat?
Yes …… they have to lead their men, there with them… The most basic term in warfare is “Infantry” as it is the core unit in all ground combat. So any officer with the title “Infantry” attached to his rank in time of conflict, or way, has the highest degree of probability they will see combat.
What does a Marine officer do daily?
They plan, direct, and assist in the deployment and tactical employment of MAGTFs and any subordinate infantry and reconnaissance units. If in a defensive situation, Marine Corps Infantry Officers oversee the use of machine guns and mortars and prepare their company or platoon’s fire plan overlay.
Can Marine officers be snipers?
Short answer NO they cannot regardless of Branch. The only means for an Officer to be a Sniper is for them to have been trained as an enlisted person then in the future attended OCS.
What’s the hardest special forces to get into?
Here is a list of the six toughest SAS fitness tests in the world.
- Russian Alpha Group Spetsnaz.
- Israeli Sayeret Matkal.
- Indian Army Para Special Forces.
- US Army Delta Force.
- UK Special Air Services.
- Australian Commandos.