What specific jobs do the Marines and the Navy do?
I am considering on joining one of the two branches and want to know what is better for my future. I am planning on becoming a mechanical engineer, which I believe is more Navy-related and was just curious what Marines do that differs from the Navy. I am also wondering if sailors also train with Marines at boot camp and what the Navy Seal does.
Asked By: - 5/27/2010
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For engineering the best bet is the Navy ET rating. It will be a good start. You will still need to get your engineering degree... More
Answered By: J D - 5/27/2010
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Your best approach would be to have a discussion with a Marine and Navy recruiter to understand their missions and how they fit into your plans for the future. You may get a lot of opinions here but you need to know what they have to offer to make a wise choice. Good luck!
Answered By: Tepee - 5/27/2010
for engineering.. definitely go navy or coast guard.
Answered By: Tay - 5/27/2010
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