Marine Corps ( Usmc )

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Would you quit working to obtain something you want if it was just “too hard”? If someone truly believes in a cause then they would give everything to achieve it right? Would you just like to blend in with the crowd or do you want to stick out? If one answered yes to any of the previous questions, then one wouldn’t have the characteristics of either a Navy SEAL or Marine. Answering no to all the questions may also not be enough to be either a SEAL or Marine. Not many people know this, but Navy SEALs undergo the most rigorous military training known to man. SEAL training is considered harder than any other nation’s special forces training. Likewise, the United States Marine Corps (USMC), the most revered branch of the military, also trains hard preparing future “Devil Dog’s” (motivational nickname for Marines) to defend our country starting with 12 strenuous weeks of boot camp. Both Marines and SEALs put their lives on the line to defend our way of life, but what makes them different? A better question might be what doesn’t make them different from each other. Many people may think that they both fight in combat, they both train for multiple months and they both are in the military, and each is trained to be a shooter first, so they must be similar. This is not the case. Both groups do have many similarities, but also plenty of differences in size, training, schooling, roots/history, requirements, uses in the past and strategies.
Navy SEALs origins date back to the 1940s,

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