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How do you become a Corporal in the US Marines?


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Answered 2010-02-18 01:57:57

Enlist in the Marine Corps, go through basic training and do your time. Complete the required course work for your MOS. If you don't get into trouble, you should make corporal in a couple years.

Also in action you commit an act of selfless bravery or help out your division in an extrodinary way in action you should make corpral or higher a couple days after the action if seen by a sergant or any higher rank and they reccamen you for it.

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