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Anonymous asked in Cars & TransportationBoats & Boating · 7 years ago

Should i start talking to a marine recruiter?

I'm only 14 but I have a lot of questions to ask that could be best answered by a recruiter..... Do you think he will take me seceriously... If I should contact one should I tell my parents first or talk to him first....I don't know what to do please help

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  • 7 years ago
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    Keep in mind that you have 4 years of HS before you can join and recruiters know that over 4 years you could change your mind several times.

    I would reccomend talking about it with your parrents first, and then going. The Marine Corps changed my life for the better, I never regreted it.

    Source(s): USMC SGT 5 years
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  • Sailor
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    7 years ago

    Yes, it is never too early to start planning for your future.

    I would also agree with the previous commentator, speak to your parents and if possible arrange an interview at your local recruiting office with your parents. In the UK the armed forces often attend upper schools to give talks on their service to the pupils. Schools over here also have carrers advise officers who can also be a good source of information.

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  • 7 years ago

    Here are two links that may be of interest to you. . .

    http://www.marines.com/home

    http://www.marines.mil/

    Certainly, I suggest you talk with your parents first. Then, from the links above, you can send for all the information you want or need to know. In fact, if you want a career in Marine aviation (pilot, officer, etc.) or in some other field, you may want (and need) to get your college degree first. (Be sure and check out the "eligibility & requirements" pages). . .

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    I think it is.

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