Essay On Becoming A Marine

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Marines are said to be the best for national state of emergency and ‘the first to fight’. There are some people that would say that there are too many risks and there are, but they are well worth the protection of this country. Women seem to have the most risks while serving, but they know that there are risks anyway. While the path to become a Marine is a difficult one, the transformation is reward itself. Having the taxing training recruits go through, they must be able to have injury prevention training. As the inevitable comes, a veteran who has become deceased can have funeral honors provided by the USMC. Even when a Marine veteran enters the everyday world, they still have the chance for a good education. Enlisting in the Marine Corps is a noble and worthy cause that will transform citizens into better people.
So many service members have to deal with the different regular life after service. In this case, women have a bit more of a hard time with the transition back to normal society. While in service, they are liable to experience harassment or sexual abuse in someway. Aside from women alone, most, if not all veterans have experienced injuries from overworked muscles, injuries from bullets or explosives and death. Beyond physical injuries though, a few veterans experience PTSD (Post-Traumatic-Stress-Disorder).
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This service is called ¨Long Term Assistance,¨ and is performed by the U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Air Force, and U.S. Coast Guard as well. Services provided by this include life insurance, transport of the deceased member, contacts family and friends in event of death, and the funeral honors as requested. They will perform the funeral honors for either in service or retired veterans. The last service they provide in the funeral is a proper burial. So those who take the pledge to honor can be sure their sacrifice will be
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