How do the marines and army differ?
The Marines are a component of the Department of the Navy, and the Army is a component of the Department of the Army. Also, the Army and Marine Corps have different force structures, missions, and cultural/heritage items.
The Marines are Marines. The Army has Army Special Forces AKA Green Berets.
Army by far. Marines are real men.
Always. And the Army often come in to help the Marines.
The Royal Marines are part of the Royal Navy and nothing to do with the Army.
Marines claim that ARMY means "Ain't Really Marines Yet".
Individual Marines, or the Corps as a whole? The Marine Corps is extremely stingy with its medals. Things that in the Army will get you an Army Commendation Medal won't get you any medals at all in the Marines. The Marines also don't have a lot of the service ribbons the Army has.
YES SHE WAS IN EACH! no she wasn't in the navy army or marines! her son, Track, however, is in the army.
the marines because if u play cod4 the marines are skilled butt in mw2 the army is not well skilled
It depends. The Marines were first into Kandahar. The Army was first into Baghdad.
The Army. The Marines typically fought in the South Pacific.
It's harder to join the Marines. They have much higher standards than the Army.
Definitely marines! The few the proud...
I'm a Marine, so, Marines.
The Marines are part of the US Department of the Navy
If you stuck a squad of Marines and A squad of army soldiers, The marines would definatley win! Marine are trained to be right in the action, Army soldiers are more for support and backup. Marines are trained more harsh and cruel than a Army soldier.
The Marines are a part of the Navy, serve on ships, as boarding parties and advance force projection. The Marines often lead the way in amphibious landings. The Army has participated in major sea landings, as well. The Army is a much larger numerical force than Marines. The Marines are the oldest USA service.
The Army came first on June 14th, 1775. The Marines came later on November 10th.
No he was in the Marines
The Marines dont have an airborne infantry. Only the Army.
Because the army is stupid!!! marines rock!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Which branch of Military has better opportunities and responsibilities and better standards Marines or Army?
The marines wing of the military has better opportunities and responsibilities as compared to the army.
Im really an army fan but if i jumed off a cliff would you! No right.it really depends on what you like. It depends on what u want the army is more of an air force and the marines are mare navy they both get about the same training the army definitely has more career choices than the marines do
No, they are separate services.
No. You can join the Marine Corps when your enlistment is up with the Army.
Marines has to deal with the sea, because marine means the sea. And the army has branches such as air force, navy, and coast gaurd.
"Why in Hell can't the Army do it if the Marines can. They are the same kind of men; why can't they be like Marines?" General "Black Jack" Pershing, 12 February 1918.
well it depends on if you want to be worked harder..if you join the Marines they have a very tough boot camp that will stretch you to your limits..the Army does still have a hard boot camp but they are not a rigorous as the Marines
If "rate" is defined as (Total deaths in theater from Battle, Wounds and Other ) / (Total Serving), the question can be answered for individual conflicts. This makes it clear that the Marines have the highest death rate (and I'm an Army vet). WWI Army 7.40% Navy 1.35% Marines 15.69% WWII Army/Airforce 7.85% Navy 2.40% Marines 13.86% Korea Army 3.79% Navy 0.19% Marines 6.66% Airforce 0.15% Vietnam Army 3.09% Navy 0.37% Marines 8.34% Airforce 0.20%… Read More
navy, army, marines and army air corps........................................
The military or the army? In the military there is the Marines, Navy, Air Force, and the Army and many subdivisions.
the Marines, actually
There is no way to determine this.
airforce, marines, army, ect.
Marines has to deal with the sea, because marine means the sea. The Marines are a sea to land combat force and branched off the navy (so did the coast guard. The army is more of a Land or a Air to land combat force. (Air Force branched off the army in the mid 50's. Prior to that it was known as the Army Air Corps.) Marines are trained more so in a (for lack… Read More
The Rangers have more deployments, although line units (Army and Marines both) would typically serve longer deployments.
Most GI Joes are Marines, but there are some others in the other branches of the Military.
241 died : 220 Marines , 18 Navy and three Army .
Well, this could be seen as a trick question - "soldier" is a term exclusive to the Army - Marines are Marines. That aside, the answer is no. If someone receives an honourable discharge from the Marines, and decides to reenlist into the Army, they could go through RIP (if they're below E5) to go into a Ranger Battalion, or, if they're E5 or higher, they could go directly in if they have already graduated… Read More
I'm not in a position to answer, but do you mean Army, military, or marines?
Yes... and the Air Force, and in the Marines, as well.
You are mixing services. Rangers are a part of the US Army. US Marines are a separate military unit.
There are no soldiers in the Marines if your in the ARMY your a soldier if your in the MARINES your a Marine. And Marines perform several differant jobs most notibly is there role in Amphibious Warfare
No. Delta Force is part of the Army. The Marines have their own special operations forces.
In single player you are Marines and Russians. In multiplayer there are Russians(Red Army) Germans (Werhmacht) Americans (Marines Raiders) or Japanese/Chinese (Imperial Army) but in multiplayer can have any weapon in any team/army
Army, Air Force and Marines
Army and Marines.
No, they are a separate branch of the Armed Services.
The US Army fought more because there were more of them, but the US Marines also fought against the Germans in France.
Inter-service cooperation exists between all branches, although the Marines do traditionally have a much closer relationship with the Navy than the Army does.