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.
No, A Corporal is an NCO and a Lieutenant is a commissioned Officer.
In the US Army, there's two ranks - Specialist, and Corporal. In the US Marines, it's just Corporal. The Specialist rank in the Army is not an NCO rank, whereas Corporal is.
CPL means Corporal in the marines
You are mixing services. Rangers are a part of the US Army. US Marines are a separate military unit.
Corporal. Note: An E3 in the Marine Corps is called a lance corporal; a rank which to the best of my knowledge only exists in the British Army and the US Marines. A lance corporal is the highest enlisted rank, and a corporal is the lowest non-commissioned officer rank.
My boyfriend went through the Young Marines and was a Lance Corporal at age 19.
A marine sergeant cannot tell a corporal that he cannot counsel marines until he completes a PT session.
An E-4. The rank had 2 chevrons (one on top of the other) and has 2 crossed rifles underneath the 2 chevrons
The Continental Navy and Marines were established together, and later they became the US Navy and Marines, but the Marines did not become a corps until much later.
If the recruiter is an active duty US Marine he can become any grade that he earns through hard work, recommendations from a commanding officer and length of service time. Marines start as private, pfc, lance corporal, corporal, sergeant, staff sergeant and then gunnery sergeant. And finally the highest ranks of enlisted men the Master Sergeant and First Sergeant
around $810-$850 it depends
It all depends on the Cutting Score for you MOS and the needs of the Marine Corps. Usually, anywhere from 2.5-4 Years depending on your job.
Stay in, don't get into trouble and do a good job. Some courses will help as well. It doesn't take long, probably less than a year.
You don't. Just like all enlisted Marines you are a private. No skipping ranks.
Gunnery Sergeant and Lance Corporal are names of ranks used by the US Marines. The Question was about the US Army.
you enlist in the navy as a corpsman and you will be assigned a medical profession.
the marines protect us from the air
Corporal is the first rank considered NCO or non commisioned officer. What they do in the Corps depends on what military occupational specialty they hold. Typically the corporal will be supervising those beneath him, or enforcing orders issued by those above him.
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No, Navy SEALs are members of the US Navy. The Marines are a separate branch of the military. You do not become a SEAL by joining the Marine Corps.
If they hold the rank of Lance Corporal, you would address them as Lance Corporal...