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.
Becoming a Marine Corps Officer is an accomplishment only attained by few.
The path to becoming a USMC Officer can involve attending Marine Officer Candidate School.
This course challenges individuals in every way imaginable.
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The Marine School of Infantry is an important step in the early progression of a new recruit.
After completing boot camp, Marines get assigned to the second stage of USMC military training.
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USMC 63 Field Avionics/Electrical Systems is a department of the Marine Corps related to aviation jobs.
The Marine Corps assigns every soldier a job, or Military Occupational Specialty (MOS).
Military Occupational Specialties are grouped together in occupational fields, or OccFlds.… Click Here To Read the rest
USMC 62 Field Fixed-Wing Aircraft Maintenance/Mechanic is an occupational field of the Marine Corps.
The Marine Corps separates Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) into OccFlds in order to organize the diverse amount of jobs in the U.S. Armed Forces.
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Marine Corps UAS Operator (MOS 7314) plans, coordinates and integrates unmanned aircraft systems missions to support the MAGTF (Marine Air-Ground Task Force).
UAS (Unmanned Aircraft System) Operator will remotely pilot the air vehicle.
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