Marine Corps Future Plans

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Marcus Luttrell once said, “Make no mistake marines are ware fighters. I mean they are really good at what they do. The only time they are not good at what they do is when someone puts shackles on them.” My dream is to become a marine, and learn all I can so I can pass my knowledge on to someone else. Marine Corps, The Corps, has been known to be the first to fight and will expand my knowledge about opportunities provided to me through military service. After high school, I plan to enlist in the Marine Corps to be a part of infantry, after I retire from the Marie Corps I want to join the police force. The Marine Corps has been around since 1775 and still is to this day. Marine Corps Infantry Marines are trained to” locate, close with and destroy…show more content…
With these skills, these Infantry Marines will be deployed wherever they are called. When I attend I.T.B. I want to become a Rifleman in the Marine Corps. If something were to happen to me in the Marines that would force me to retire, I would go into the police force if I can. The name of the police academy I want to attend after I retire from the Maries is Lubbock Police Academy. The academy is located in Lubbock, TX – 79457, the address is located at 508 Davis Drive, and can be contacted at (806)-775-2969. The total population of Lubbock Texas is 229,573 people. The requirements to become a law enforcement officer is 1.”Be at least 20 ½ years of age, and not have reached 45 years of age.” 2.”Possess a high school diploma or a G.E.D. certificate.” 3.”Be a citizen of the United States.” 4.”Has a valid driver/s license not in jeopardy of suspension. Cannot have license suspended within 2 years. No more than 2 moving violations with in the last 12 months. No more than 5 moving violations with in the last 24 months. 5.”Must not have a Class B misdemeanor with in the last 120 months.” 6.”Must not have a Class A misdemeanor or any felony.” 7.”Must not have probation for any criminal offence above a Class C misdemeanor.” 8.”Must not be under indictment for a felony or a Class A or a Class B

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