What are billets in the Marine Corps?

What are billets in the Marine Corps? I want to get into law and i've been looking at Legal Admin but still want my share of trigger aciton.. I hear a billet is basically a secondary MOS, could you explain exactly what they are and how you obtain a billet? Would is be possible to be an admin and have a infantry billet?

Asked By: - 9/15/2010
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You don't get two MOS's at the same time. And you certainly don't get two different fields when your job becomes a special billet. Security Forces is a special billet off of infantry. Your in an 03xx field but since you have an SF contract you become a b billet putting that infantry job on delay until you finish that... More
Answered By: lxls - 9/16/2010
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Please stop trying to be infantry without actually picking the job of infantry. That is so lame... More
Answered By: Lava Perro - 9/15/2010
A billet can mean a personnel position, assignment, or duty station which may be filled by one person... More
Answered By: bigal17 - 9/15/2010
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