What job in the Marines would you get if you were a Scientist?
If you have a degree in biochemistry , molecular biology with a minor in physics would you still be sent to Irac or would they put you in a lab somewhere? Would you be an officer? My son majored in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and he had a minor in Physics. He graduated with two degrees and works for the EPA so you don't know what you are talking about. He would like to serve his country but is not sure how to go about it since he hates guns. So I guess the Marines is out.
Asked By: lizabet17110 - 3/25/2008
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The Marines don't really have an R&D division like the other services do. Although there are many jobs in the Marine Corps, they are looking for the heart of a killer in prospective officers... More
Answered By: Leroy J - 3/25/2008
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You will probably be helping to develop future weapons, or put into logistics or something like that.
Answered By: Question Master - 3/25/2008
Probably weapon engineering, most likely in chemical weapons, R&D type stuff. That might be army though, not marine corp, and more likely a lab than Iraq. Have a look at the air force too, they seem to like college graduates... More
Answered By: Panserbøurne - 3/25/2008
Id be a superbadass marine, because I'd make myself some awesome steroids and then I'd start building lazer guns to carry around.
Answered By: terrible influence - 3/25/2008
Your degree(s) would earn you an officer's commission. You would most likely be assigned to R&D in some capacity.
Answered By: tarh331 - 3/25/2008
if you have a degree than you can become an officer. and yes, with those credentials you listed you're more likely to be put in a lab than be sent to iraq.
Answered By: buffy - 3/25/2008
Every Marine is a rifleman. So you'd be a really smart rifleman... More
Answered By: Smoker06 - 3/25/2008
If you had those degrees you would not have to ask. The combination of degrees is wrong. If you had any of these degrees you would join any other military branch other than the Marines.
Answered By: jackson - 3/25/2008
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