What are some informative questions I can ask the Marine recruiter tomorrow?
I have a meeting with my recruiter tomorrow for the Marines, and while I know the basic questions to ask, there might be some that slip my mind. Something that recruiters maybe aren't use to getting. Also, what separates the Marines from other branches. Some current or former military servers would help alot. Thank u.
Asked By: harlemkid82485 - 7/12/2011
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When talking to any recruiter, know that their interest are getting you to sign the contract, not you. They have a quota to meet, that is how they're judged by their superiors. You need to make sure that you know what you want to do (for example MOS 0311 Rifleman) before you speak to him/her. Do your own research on... More
Answered By: adparks14 - 7/12/2011
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I think at this time might be what educational fields are open to you and what are they promising you. Marines are good choice, so is the Navy. You need to think about what you want out of this, and education in a field or just travel etc.
Answered By: jay_d_skinner - 7/12/2011
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