Levi served in the Marine Corps as a heavy equipment operator from 2007-2011. He deployed to Iraq in 2008 where he convoyed heavily around the Anbar province with a myriad of units. Following the Iraq deployment, Levi was assigned to various detachments who travelled and worked around Southeast Asia. He is now a freelance writer and outdoor enthusiast who spends much of his year traveling between campsites around the country.
No matter what weapon system you are employing, the four Marine Corps weapons safety rules can be applied.
Firearms are dangerous and need to be respected to keep yourself and those around you safe from accidents.
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Men and women who want to join the most elite fighting force in the world have one choice, the United States Marine Corps.
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The United States Marine Corps Infantry are the forces trained to handle enemies by close combat or with firepower.
The Infantry has access to and training to use a variety of weapons and ways to communicate with one another.
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A Marine Corps Combat Marksmanship Coach (MOS 0933) is important during training.
The coach teaches other Marines how to properly fire an M16 rifle.
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A Marine Combat Engineer is the unsung hero of the military branch.
Combat Engineers work hard to build and repair damaged infrastructure.
They maintain buildings, roads, and power supplies for the Marine Corps.
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