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Top 50 United States Marine Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a United States Marine. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of United States Marine resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.7% of United States Marine resumes contained Personnel Files as a skill. Let's find out what skills a United States Marine actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A United States Marine

1. Personnel Files
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Here's how Personnel Files is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Maintained and updated human resources documents and personnel files
  • Maintained electronic personnel files for 1,800 enlisted sailors.

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2. Combat
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Here's how Combat is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Provided oversight to the successful execution of nine additional deployment rotations to combat environments.
  • Served in Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom during combat operation in 2003.
  • Deployed as part of a small combat logistic team and maintained over $400,000.00 dollars worth of equipment.
  • Lead and supervised three light weapon four man teams in offensive and defensive tactics and ground combat missions.
  • Licensed in detecting, deter and combat threats in a wide range of offensive and defensive vehicles.
  • Entered the Marine Corps after graduating High School and was trained as a Combat Engineer.
  • Ensured readiness of section for two deployments to combat theaters and multiple other international contingencies.
  • Trained and led a Marine Corps Heavy Weapons Squad during the Gulf War combat action.
  • Collaborated with Colleagues on basic foot mobile, and vehicle combat patrols.
  • Force Support Combat Training Certificate, Located At Dobbins AFB, Georgia,
  • Managed a team of 600+ personnel on three separate combat deployments.
  • Control airspace in a combat environment from 15k feet and below.
  • Trained in emergency combat patient care in the battle field.
  • Served in Combat Operations during Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
  • Warehouse logistics, nursing, medical records, combat trauma
  • Perform combat patrols, convoys, and field operations.
  • Re-supplied outposts as well as conducted combat raids.
  • Designed warfighting curriculum for battalion infantry schools based on after combat action reports and existing training methodologies.
  • Operated and managed two canine detachments in Fallujah (2004) and Ramadi (2007) during combat operations.
  • United States Air Force - Mcchord Afb, WA Developed and led training programs in preparation for combat.

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3. Procedures
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Here's how Procedures is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Ensured operations were executed in accordance with established agreements, local base procedures and host country directives.
  • Implemented Corporate and Departmental policies, procedures and service standards in conjunction with Management.
  • Instructed and supervised personnel on proper use of camera equipment and image processing procedures.
  • Resolved Customers complaints and answered questions regarding policies and procedures.
  • Supervised and developed testing and evaluation procedures.
  • Followed all established policies and procedures.
  • Developed & implemented inventory control procedures.
  • Assisted in managing emergency procedures.
  • Maintained classroom discipline and ensured all policies & procedures and safety guidelines were followed, and necessary precautions are taken.
  • Collaborated with other supervisors to formulate and implement policies, plans, procedures, goals, and objectives.
  • Composed naval messages, orders, instructions, standard operating procedures and safety precautions for review and publication.
  • Have working knowledge of shop procedures as they relate to maintenance and refurbishment upgrades of military equipment.
  • Managed unit policies and procedures to ensure member compliance and training on all aspects of medical readiness.
  • Scheduled and conducted time sensitive interviews in accordance with procedures set forth by higher headquarters.
  • Supervised the proper procedures for dispatching vehicles earning a 97 percent in semi-annual inspections.
  • Draw blood samples in accordance with established procedures and prepare them for laboratory test.
  • Access the problem and follow the procedures to fix the problem.
  • Implemented self-motivated training schedule in accordance with established standard operating procedures, provided constant mentorship, exceeding an 80 hour work-week.
  • Authored standard operating procedures & trained administrators for helpdesks.
  • Reviewed & revised standard operating procedures & trained teams for technical support helpdesk.

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4. Weapon Systems
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Here's how Weapon Systems is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Supervised and coordinated maintenance/repair of Ordnance Vehicles and Weapon Systems.
  • Maintain knowledge of weapons and weapon systems that apply to a Marine basic rifleman and Selected Military Occupation.
  • Trained in handling multiple weapon systems to include the M16A4/M4A1 service rifles and the M9 service pistol.
  • Managed 7 weapon systems and all equipment associated with each system, valued over $17.5M.
  • Instructed personnel on various weapon systems, safety procedures, annual requirements and individual training standards.
  • Tracked personnel, supplies and weapon systems within the unit.
  • Complete maintenance and upkeep on all weapons and weapon systems.
  • Trained with many military weapon systems.
  • VAUtilized technical publications to perform repairs and preventive maintenance on fire arms or weapon systems.
  • Assisted in repair, assembly, and disassembly of weapon systems.

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5. Medal
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Here's how Medal is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Awarded the Navy-Marine Corps achievement medal for Special Weapons Coordinator.
  • Awarded Navy and Marine Commendation Medal during this Period
  • Received numerous medals/commendations for outstanding service.
  • Received Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal for contribution in training of U. S. Armed Forces personnel in intelligence gathering and security operations.
  • Received National Defense Medal for serving during a Time of Conflict(Persian Gulf War).
  • Received Navy Achievement Medal for duty as Freight warehouse chief while serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Awarded 2nd Meritorious Service Medal for culmination of 32 years as a superior Senior Logistics Director.
  • Awarded 2 Navy Commendations Medals and 3 Navy Achievement Medals along with various other Awards.
  • Received Good Conduct Medal, Sea Service Deployment Award, and National Defense Award.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement Medal for rectifying $26 K in discrepancies.
  • Awarded the Bronze Star Medal and the Combat Action Ribbon.
  • Silver and bronze medalist at USASA National Championships, April 2010
  • Earned Good Conduct Medal for 3 years of devoted service.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement Medal for excellence in service.
  • Awarded Air Force Good Conduct Medal, 2011.
  • Awarded Navy Commendation Medal for Heroism.
  • Awarded two Army Commendation Medals.
  • Awarded three Army Achievement Medals.
  • Received 3 year good conduct medal and award.
  • Top honor grad) Awarded (3) NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDALS, (2) GOOD CONDUCT MEDALS.

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6. Honorable Discharge
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Here's how Honorable Discharge is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Received an Honorable Discharge for and injury sustained during a training operation.
  • Received a Meritorious Promotion * Served in Combat Operations in Iraq * Received an Honorable Discharge from Active Duty
  • United States Marine Corps Honorable Discharge Bulk Fuels * Supervised and conducted all petroleum testing, gauged tanks.
  • Drug Free: With an honorable discharge, service members are certified drug free.
  • United States Military Veteran Status with Honorable discharge in 2011 from Active Duty.
  • Received Honorable Discharge upon the completion of the Desert Storm Engagement.
  • Work Center Supervisor (3 work centers) - Honorable Discharge.
  • Received an honorable discharge at the completion of my five-year enlistment.
  • Received Honorable Discharge after serving four years on active duty.
  • Served 5 years, honorable discharge as a Sergeant.
  • Received an Honorable Discharge from Active Duty.
  • Major (retired); Honorable Discharge
  • Obtained 3 Military Specialties Positions * Honorable Discharge
  • Installed and maintained field wire in accordance with standard procedures Honorable Discharge.
  • United State Marine corps Reserve , Honorable Discharge October 15 2015
  • Discharged (Honorable Discharge) Nov 1994.
  • Field Radio Operator/Wiremen Honorable Discharge July 1988.
  • Camp LaJuene, S. C. for I.T.B training Honorable discharge.
  • Service Medal for Good Behavior Saudi Liberation Medal Overseas Service Medal Honorable Discharge
  • still in effect).recieved honorable discharge with decorations.

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7. Logistics
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Here's how Logistics is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Skilled with over 32 years in Aviation and Aerospace Maintenance and Logistics Management actively managing multiple military units and programs.
  • Managed Mobile Calibration Complex OPTAR budget requirements, expenditures and adjustments providing acquisitions and logistics support and management.
  • Developed implements and evaluates the logistics and property accountability plans and policies for the organization.
  • Identified history of logistics discipline problem; executed immediate procedural overhaul.
  • Evaluated all calibration acquisition and logistics requirement for Marine activities.
  • Coordinated logistics through project planning and led meetings between stakeholders.
  • Experienced in Integrated logistics support (ILS) elements, developing statements of work/problems and identifying solutions that meet established goals.
  • Organized 10 Marine Corps Birthday Balls, planning logistics for attendance of 1500 personnel and their families.
  • Interfaced with maintenance, logistics and higher headquarters to take technical projects to fruition.
  • Organize and coordinate logistics and provide administrative and technical support for over 240 customers.
  • Advanced to planning convoy routes, resupplies, logistics, and overseeing it all.
  • Provided logistics support for testing, training and deployment for the USMC TMIP-J systems.
  • Request disposition instructions from the Item Manager at the USMC Logistics Command.
  • Assist with any logistics or inventory confirmation regarding on hand assets.
  • Provided Logistics Support as needed.
  • Advised operations officer on all logistics operations conducted by the Regiment.
  • Provided acquisitions and logistics support for USMC CALSTDs requirement from NAVAIR.
  • performed motor transport logistics operations for the united states military maintenance,logistics, experience
  • United States Marine Corps - ( Maintenance Management Specialist ) Logistics maintenance manager for a regiment of 400+ Marines.
  • Assisted in planning of new Headquarters Building and Bachelor Housing for the Marine Logistics Group aboard Camp Pendleton.

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8. Usmc
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Here's how Usmc is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Coordinated logistical requirements involving USMC forces/equipment and 10 other nations.
  • Coordinated test cycle findings with USMC MCOTEA testing community to troubleshoot defect validation issues in the TMIP Block 1 system.
  • Ensured USMC interests and concerns were addressed during budget reviews, calibration scheduling, and education/training and policy decisions.
  • Designed all east coast USMC base network infrastructure and any gulf coast south east Navy within my region.
  • Maintained and inspected Presidential Helicopters in proper compliance with USMC/USN Standards in a safe and timely manner.
  • Provide project management support in the design of ITSM processes to meet USMC enterprise network requirements.
  • Traveled and performed system training and testing for the USMC Combat Operations Centers (COC).
  • Developed test data and comprehensive test scenarios for the USMC Combat Operations Centers (COC).
  • Create and track warehouse orders for the redistribution of assets within USMC network of warehouses.
  • Facilitate in the enabling of USMC services and desired outcomes related to ITSM process implementation.
  • Graduated as the honor graduate in advanced USMC Corporals Course out of 100 students.
  • Served concurrent to undergraduate education and employment with Wal-Mart in the USMC Reserves.
  • Reported system analysis and test results to USMC Project Managers at daily briefings.
  • Functioned as the lead Project Engineer/Systems Engineering on the USMC HEAT project.
  • Provide technical support to the JLI, OEM site leads, JLI site leads and the USMC.
  • Acted as the USMC NBC/WMD-capabilities Subject Matter Expert to JTF-consequence multi-national response force and U.S. Central Command NBC crisis action team.
  • Created, designed and maintained USMC internet web sites created in SharePoint, FrontPage and Dreamweaver.
  • Planned and executed multiple USMC comm plans using internet, terrestrial, and satcom assets.
  • Operated with Japan Ground Self-Defense Forces to reinforce security at USMC entry control gates.
  • React would respond to IED INSTRUCTOR USMC

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9. Clearance
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Here's how Clearance is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Obtain and maintain Secret Security Clearance, prevent unauthorized access to sensitive materials.
  • Eliminated $10K in storage handling fees through hands-on tracking and clearance of 295 shipments through UK Customs.
  • Maintained security of the local areas and performed route clearance for visiting high-ranking officials.
  • Rank E6, Secret Security Clearance (inactive), Honorable Discharge
  • Load planners certified, with a secret clearance.
  • Provided training on basic combat and clearance operations.
  • Maintained all requirements for high level clearance.
  • Obtained and Maintained a Secret Security Clearance.
  • Received a Top Secret security clearance.
  • Possess an active secret security clearance.
  • Set and verify parts clearances.
  • Top secret clearance (expired)
  • Received Secret Clearance on 09/18/87.
  • Awarded top secret security clearance.
  • Top Secret SCI security clearance.
  • Obtained Top Secret Security Clearance.
  • Liasoned with the Defense Investigative Service for shipboard security screening program and security clearance requirements.
  • Selected and palletized loads and coordinate with air transportation clearance authority on diversion of cargo.
  • Included weapons handling and having a secret security clearance.
  • Hold Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) clearance Medically Retired- Honorably

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10. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Provided superior customer service to include receiving calls from customers to include family members and distinguished guest.
  • Organized, implemented and managed highly successful customer service and quality improvement initiative for 1,000 person organization.
  • Interact daily with all professional members of the association during tournaments and develop customer service relationships.
  • Created databases which increased the accountability and efficiency of personnel actions leading to improved customer service.
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service and archival skills as the supervisor of a technical library.
  • Performed customer services relating to any problems encountered upon receipt of aircraft and resolved.
  • Developed computer based training model for Customer Service and Process Improvement.
  • Coordinated the flow of all visitors, customers, and vendors to ensure the highest levels of customer service and satisfaction.
  • Provide customer service, such as limited instructions on proceeding with claims or referrals to auto repair facilities or local contractors.
  • Ensured that customer service and time objectives are achieved within existing financial constraints in order to meet marketing and financial objectives.
  • Developed skills in many areas such as customer service when helping educate people on issues platform of the candidate.
  • Led work center in annual training of customer service, moralistic codes, and the value of smile.
  • Hosted bi- weekly customer service training seminars for branch medical clinics within Naval Region Southwest.
  • Developed new strategies on how to better our customer service each day.
  • Assisted personnel with processing claims and helped with any customer service issues.
  • Perform receptionist duties at the front desk while maintaining excellent customer service.
  • Used customer service skills to coordinate passenger movement with Customs.
  • Provided training in customer service and cashier procedures.
  • Experienced in customer service and safety.
  • Provided excellent customer service by phone and in person Processed payments and forms related to insurance charges or claims

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11. Preventative Maintenance
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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Operate and perform preventative maintenance on the current aviation logistics computer system and associated peripheral equipment.
  • Ensured proper and timely completion of maintenance tasks and inspections, including preventative maintenance.
  • Installed, performed preventative maintenance, troubleshot and decommissioned prime power or standby generators.
  • Looked after over 100 communications devices and conducted preventative maintenance for reliable functionality.
  • Performed and supervised all preventative maintenance as well as corrective maintenance.
  • Recorded and properly documented all corrective and preventative maintenance.
  • Provided preventative maintenance on all power generating equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance according to the technical manuals.
  • Performed functional checks and preventative maintenance.
  • Performed, instructed and supervised PMCS (Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services) on all rolling vehicles and crew served weapons.
  • Ensured smooth operation of (TSM 1000) & (PZ-9) pumps including preventative maintenance and repairs of such equipment.
  • Provided full remote support of systems for break-fix, install, move, add, change, and preventative maintenance activities.
  • Managed the logistics, corrective maintenance, and preventative maintenance of all the sections vehicles, weapons and SL-3 components.
  • Led marines in a robust preventative maintenance schedule with a support squadron directly involved with OEF and OIF.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and correctional maintenance to vehicle engines, hydraulics, transmissions, brakes and electronics.
  • Conducted over 2000 hours of preventative maintenance on Marine Air Traffic Control and Landing System.
  • Managed the preventative maintenance and records of 36 tactical vehicles as a line non-commissioned officer.
  • Perform predictive/ preventative Maintenance as required per OEM, or government guidelines.
  • Trained Marines on safe vehicle operation and preventative maintenance of vehicles to include Humvees.
  • Prepared and administered preventative maintenance work orders Repaired equipment Supported lead technicians in equipment maintenance and repairs 2009-2011

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12. Platoon
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Here's how Platoon is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Coordinated integration of company weapons systems into those of adjacent platoons.
  • Keep the Platoon Commander and Platoon sergeant informed of any issues affecting performance, morale, and readiness of the section.
  • Conducted the planning and coordination for First Platoon, Alpha Companies bunker destruction and construction of new bunker.
  • Lead 60-member platoon during several major operations in Southwest Asia, Turkey, and the Black Sea.
  • Advise the platoon commander on all issues including discipline, morale, and welfare of the troops.
  • Provide guidance and leadership for Marines of the Platoon, both on and off duty.
  • Advised the Platoon Commander and Platoon Sergeant on all aspects of the platoon's operations.
  • State platoon sniper, providing cover for all military units within the battle group assigned.
  • Conducted all administration of a 50 man platoon including daily status reports.
  • Worked various Positions ranging from Martial Arts instructor, to Platoon Sergeant.
  • Assisted Communications platoon to secure future hot zones for weapons fire.
  • Assumed all duties as the Platoon Sergeant from mid-October to mid-November.
  • Coordinate and supervised the platoon's physical training.
  • Ensured the platoon physical training plan was implemented.
  • Commanded Marines at the platoon level (30) as well as the company level (200).
  • Completed team exercises to generate communication skills amongst platoon members.
  • Officer Candidate Graduated from the United States Marine Corps' six week Platoons Leaders Course.
  • Team leader for a Surveillance Target Acquisition Platoon.
  • Assisted in ground combat operations with several platoons during the war Operation Iraqi Freedom in Kuwait.
  • Classified Intelligence Obtained security clearance Meritorious Promotion Platoon Guide Volunteer work/ Tutoring Honorable discharge

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13. Squadron
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Here's how Squadron is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Performed all safety indoctrination training as per the 29 CFR 1910.1200 for new Marines and Sailors aboard the squadron.
  • Conducted and assisted Quality Assurance in over 40 inspections on Safety Programs and to ensure squadron publications were current.
  • Controlled distribution of mission systems as required to meet the requirements of forward deployed Navy and Marine Corps squadrons.
  • Served stateside and overseas as a group supply officer for an artillery battalion and an air wing squadron.
  • Led world-wide deployments from planning to execution for multiple squadron aircraft, personnel, and support equipment.
  • Ensured readiness and accountability of mission critical gear before, during, and after squadrons rotation abroad.
  • Provided monthly budget reports for 5 helicopter squadrons to Commander Naval Air Force US Atlantic Fleet.
  • Planned all squadron operations to support complex logistics requirements of Marine Corps Ground units in Iraq.
  • Managed, budgeted, and requisitioned the procurement of squadron supplies and equipment totaling $120,000.
  • Supervised the Squadron Staff and managed the HR process for an operation that exceeded 500 people.
  • Update and maintain all personnel s qualifications in Strike Fighter Squadron 115.
  • Managed arctic wear program for a 350 person Civil Engineering Squadron.
  • Logged daily field and Squadron activity using Windows based software.
  • United States Commanding Officer of Strike Fighter Squadron 115.
  • Conducted daily meetings with Squadron leaders and Flight Surgeons.
  • Supported U-2 Aircraft sensor maintenance squadron.
  • Issued vehicle passes for visiting squadrons to utilize while operating rental vehicles on the flightline.
  • Attached to VAW 110 squadron as Lieutenant for 90 days.
  • Trained 400 Marines across 12 squadrons on proper flightline driving procedures, in accordance with Kadena Air Base rules and regulations.
  • Answered multi line phones for squadron and the executive office All other administrative duties as assigned

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14. NCO
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Here's how NCO is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Dedicated team player with the ability to incorporate accountability and commitment into strong customer relationships, increased productivity, and growth.
  • Maintained positive relationship with 1400 re-enlistees offering encouragement and motivation to ensure reenlistment.
  • Incorporated feature attribute definitions and the associated data into the complete database.
  • Distributed incoming mail utilizing knowledge of mail procedures and processes.
  • Gathered information and incorporated into comprehensive reports.
  • Conferred with SNCOIC's and Officers to identify training needs based on projected production processes, changes, and other factors.
  • Process customer's payment and answer incoming calls, as well as assist in Sales and Client support on sales floor
  • Created a standard operating procedure for the command center and supply clerk positions to train incoming clerks.
  • Handle incoming calls and respond to queries in a warm and professional manner.
  • Encouraged technical in rate knowledge of subordinates and customers though leading by example.
  • Increased the number of patient encounters by 100% in the first year.
  • Couple or uncouple rolling stock to make up or break up trains.
  • Store, maintain, and receipt all incoming and outgoing gear.
  • Maintained records, date stamps and distribute all incoming mail.
  • Filled and made paperwork for outgoing and incoming gear.
  • Graduate, Senior NCO Academy by correspondence, 2000.
  • Accepted and accounted for incoming gear.
  • Graduate, NCO Academy, 1997.
  • Provided recruiting assistance to encourage young men/women to pursue a career with the military by conducting interviews and overviewing there qualifications.
  • Receive and sort incoming stock items and identify discrepancies Conduct quarterly inventories to identify discrepancies.

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15. Law Enforcement
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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Supervised and conducted numerous investigations of suspicious activities and coordinated with federal law enforcement and other government agencies to support.
  • Supported Sheriff's mobilizations to ensure crowd safety during law enforcement actions.
  • Shift Supervisor for Law Enforcement and Security operations.
  • Maintain good order and discipline, and support the commander's law enforcement and security requirements in peacetime and combat operations.
  • Support the commander's law enforcement and security requirements in peacetime and combat operations keeping our nation safe and free.
  • Trained over 100 Security Forces Members on Self Aid, Law Enforcement, Security and Combat Techniques.
  • Coordinated with international law enforcement to reduce the flow of arms and ammunition to high threat regions.
  • United States Navy Great Lakes, MI Performed law enforcement duties aboard a navy base.
  • Specialized in security of national resources but also was trained and performed law enforcement duties.
  • Maintained daily record of Security and Law Enforcement activities to be reviewed by Installation Staff.
  • Handled radio communications for search and rescue cases as well as law enforcement operations.
  • Fulfilled a range of law enforcement duties for both combat and peacekeeping missions.
  • Trained individuals on Self Air, Law Enforcement, Security and Combat skills.
  • Performed patrol and investigative duties relative to the law enforcement career field.
  • Perform assigned military law enforcement duties to uphold the criminal justice system.
  • Performed Law Enforcement for over 10,000 Air Force Special Operations Airmen.
  • Provided law Enforcement for the residence on base.
  • Worked in field artillery and law enforcement.
  • Completed law enforcement and special weapons training.
  • Worked as a facility security controller that involved monitoring cctv's, dispatching emergency teams and local law enforcement.

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16. Terrorism
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Here's how Terrorism is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Supervised the requisition of supplies to send infantry teams to train for missions, allowing them to conduct anti- terrorism operations.
  • Performed Anti Terrorism Force Protection, security and intelligence duties, in support of combat operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Worked closely with other Federal, state and local law enforcement and intelligence agencies to solve crime and combat terrorism.
  • Perform anti terrorism, force protection, physical security, and law enforcement duties on land and at sea.
  • Preformed many specialized missions with counter-Intel, counter terrorism and Special Forces groups in Iraq.
  • Completed two successful tours in Iraq aiding in the war on terrorism.
  • Completed one successful tour in Afghanistan aiding in the war on terrorism.
  • Assigned to Anti-terrorism unit and Security Force Company near Washington, D.C.
  • Directed ship's force protection efforts, anti-terrorism educational training and pre-deployment certification programs.
  • Coordinate with law enforcement intelligence collectors regarding counter-narcotics and counterterrorism reporting and operations.
  • Performed international criminal investigations, counterterrorism operations, and worldwide law enforcement.
  • Supervised the creation and validation of anti-terrorism plans on military instalations.
  • Trained in counterterrorism operations, close quarters combat, bomb detection, criminal investigation, and several other related disciplines.
  • Trained on self-defense and several mock moves with and without batonSECURITY- Trained in anti-terrorism techniques for Naval Ship Security.
  • Conducted Random Anti-Terrorism Measures (RAMS) Kept accountability of thousands of dollars worth of gear and equipment.
  • Edited and revised the Antiterrorism plans which defined programs and guidelines for all departments.
  • Serve as the Battalion Safety Officer, Security Manager, and Antiterrorism/Force Protection Officer.
  • Recieved Global War on Terrorism Medal.
  • Promoted to Captain January 1, 2011 Executive Officer for Bravo Company, Anit-Terrorism Battalion, June 2012 - June 2013
  • Received Global War on Terrorism and Expeditionary Medal Supplied USS Saipan, Kearsarge and Ponce to have complete supply readiness.

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17. Ribbon
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Here's how Ribbon is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Awarded 10 medals/ribbons and Letter of Commendation from Vice Admiral LaPlante while serving in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
  • Received 3 Letters of Accommodation, National Defense Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal and nominated for 2 Navy Achievement medals.
  • Handled and operated several weapons resulting in over 5 marksman ribbons.
  • Received Campaign Medals and Ribbons.
  • Awarded medals and ribbons, including Combat Action Ribbon, National Defense Service Medal, and Presidential Unit Citation.

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18. Leadership
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Here's how Leadership is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Compiled and analyzed facts and informed senior leadership of actions required beyond scope of authority and/or capacity.
  • Consulted with and provided recommendations to senior leadership regarding performance and conduct evaluations for subordinate personnel.
  • Accomplished leadership principles are flexibility and adaptability, self-direction, initiative, and execution.
  • Officer Candidate Received extensive leadership training under high-stress and simulated high-risk scenarios.
  • Passed leadership training exercises to measure potential field effectiveness under pressure.
  • Demonstrated and learned principles and techniques of leadership application.
  • Second duty station included infantry leadership responsibilities.
  • Learned how to analyze problems quickly, take on leadership roles, and develop quick judgment to execute a successful plan.
  • Utilized knowledge and experience to provide leadership, training and safety to 12 subordinate Marines during state-side and deployment exercises.
  • Gained small-unit leadership skills and earned promotion to Corporal before receiving an Honorable Discharge in October 2013.
  • Developed curriculum and course content while serving as an instructor at formal leadership school.
  • Developed key leadership skills and the ability to operate under stress and pressure.
  • Supervised, provided leadership, counseling and guidance to all assigned personnel.
  • Provided leadership for guard shifts; responsible for building and perimeter security.
  • Provided leadership and training to 15 junior Marines under my supervision.
  • Demonstrate high level of leadership potential and commitment to success.
  • Obtained valuable small unit leadership skills.
  • Graduate, Myrtle Beach AFB, NCO Leadership Course, 1999.
  • Project: Community Level Drinking Water Implemented an appropriate drinking water system from concept to completion alongside village leadership.
  • Lance Corporal Skills Used Leadership, time management, accountability, team work, mission success

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19. MOS
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Here's how MOS is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Mentored junior personnel by providing personalized education and training, effective counseling and a positive working atmosphere.
  • Relayed and generated interdepartmental and internal memos and directive orders from senior ranking officers to divisional leaders.
  • Conducted professional military training in classroom and field environments covering MOS specific and military professionalism topics.
  • Rank: GSE - gas turbine technician - working mostly in the ship's (Guided Missile Frigate) engine room.
  • Launched and collected data such as wind, temperature, and humidity in the upper atmosphere, using weather balloons.
  • Maintained training records for 60 Marines and created training schedule for each Marine according to each MOS requirements.
  • Maintain technical proficiency in the duties performed by Marines in MOS 0111 (military occupational specialty).
  • Lead teams of 3-5 people to complete a common goal in the most time/cost effective way.
  • Worked with mud engineer, ensuring proper chemicals met needs for the most efficient drilling results.
  • Provided public assistance, such as directions, information and lock-out services with utmost professionalism.
  • Enlisted May 1975 MOS Artillery, second MOS Military Policeman, existed June 1979.
  • Maintained the utmost discretion when dealing with legal documentation, and legal payroll documents.
  • Process and prepare memos, correspondence, travel vouchers, or other documents.
  • United States Marine MOS Aviation Ordnance Technician on Rotor Wing Aircraft.
  • Graduated class leader in MOS school.
  • Staff Sergeant (E-6) Training for USMC MOS 2889, Radar Technician
  • Read and analyzed incoming memos, submissions, and reports to determine their significance and plan their distribution.
  • Worked as a field wireman (mos2512).
  • attack helicopter, MOS 6114.
  • Completed Marine Corps Boot Camp and training Completed MOS School for Bulk Fuel Specialist Completed MOS School for Motor T Technician

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20. Physical Fitness
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Here's how Physical Fitness is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Gained leadership experience, inclement environment training, under pressure decision-making training, and physical fitness training.
  • Maintained standards in personal appearance, physical fitness, integrity, and operational risk management.
  • Maintained acceptable physical fitness levels within established United States Marine Corps guidelines.
  • Counseled Marines on performance and monitored physical fitness.
  • Organized physical fitness and job-related training sessions.
  • Participated in Unit physical fitness training.
  • Train marines, Basic construction and base maintenance, housekeeping, physical fitness, managing marines and barracks rooms, warehousing.
  • Maintain a high level of physical fitness and can unsure assigned working dog is physically conditioned to perform its duties.
  • Set and enforced high standard of performance and in areas of personnel appearance, physical fitness and weapons qualification.
  • Promote physical fitness participation to maintain the Air Force's high level of readiness.
  • Maintain physical fitness and combat readiness standards of the Marine Corps.
  • Received high scores in physical fitness and health requirement testing.
  • Initiated plans to improve the company's physical fitness program.
  • Land Navigation, Marksmanship, Physical Fitness, Self-Defense
  • Led daily platoon and company physical fitness routines.
  • Pride myself in my physical fitness.
  • Maintained physical fitness testing programsmedical and safety support.
  • Appointed to attend 2 world peace missions Highly disciplined and always exceeded military dress 4, physical fitness and duty standards
  • Spearheaded junior employees in physical fitness trainings as well as in performing duties.
  • Rifle expert High physical fitness scores Skills Used Driving and loading military trucks.

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21. Hazardous Materials
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Here's how Hazardous Materials is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Participated in multiple rescue operations involving fire and/or hazardous materials.
  • Handled and managed hazardous materials.
  • Completed over 52 hours of safety and hazardous materials training in accordance with company policies and OSHA regulations.
  • Handled, labeled and disposed of hazardous materials and waste in accordance with AFOSH and local OSHA standards.
  • Identify asbestos, lead, or other hazardous materials to be removed, using monitoring devices.
  • Enforced safety regulations including handling, storage and disposal of all hazardous materials and medical waste.
  • Worked with high value materials, government equipment, weapons, hazardous materials, etc.
  • Instilled safety measures to OSHA protocols to individuals dealing with hazardous materials.
  • Provided training on MSDS sheets, proper PPE, and hazardous materials.
  • Completed the Transportation of Hazardous Materials Course in Athens, GA.
  • Supervised the Hazardous Materials, Waste, and Pollution Prevention Programs.
  • Selected to collect and properly dispose of hazardous materials.
  • Fire & Hazardous Materials Prevention Techniques.
  • Attended Hazardous-Materials & Safety School for transportation of Ammunitions and Hazardous Materials.
  • Certificate of Training from FEMA in Emergency Response To Terrorism: Hazardous Materials First Responder Operation Level.

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Here's how Communications Equipment is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Completed detailed equipment database lists reflecting all IT communications equipment.
  • Operated communications equipment and various tactical vehicles.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment.
  • Provided security in multiple forward operating bases for installations, vehicles, aircraft, communications equipment, and sensitive materials.
  • Assisted in the management of all section operational equipment including: weapons, optics, and communications equipment.
  • Coordinated and supervised Joint Limited Technical Inspections on communications equipment for various exercises.
  • Trained in the operation and maintenance of submarine communications equipment.
  • Repaired Ground Radio communications equipment.
  • Maintain and repair electronic communications equipment on nuclear submarine Achieved E3 rank
  • Performed as primary radio operator utilizing cryptographic materials, HF, VHF, UHF, and Satcom communications equipment.

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23. Heavy Equipment
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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Experience with heavy equipment machinery to manage merchandise when transporting or receiving.
  • Supervised and trained 22 personnel in heavy equipment operations.
  • Received training in operating, maintaining and repairing heavy equipment
  • Throw tongs, tripping pipe, operate heavy equipment, take samples, and basic oil rig maintenance and repair.
  • Operated heavy equipment such as front-end loader, skid steer, dump trucks, fork-lifts and backhoe.
  • Team leader of the only contact team that handled emergency heavy equipment maintenance in the field.
  • Drive trucks or other heavy equipment to convey contaminated waste to designated sea or ground locations.
  • Cross training with Heavy equipment, AC Mechanics and Combat Engineer s in the field.
  • Maintained sections of heavy equipment vehicles in excess of $30 million.
  • Conducted heavy equipment operations in support of the Marine Air Station.
  • Carpenter by trade but able to operate heavy equipment
  • Lifted heavy equipment from one place to another.
  • Assigned as platoon guide and heavy equipment chief.
  • Worked on and operated heavy equipment.
  • Welded using various techniques in a heavy equipment shop including, MIG, TIG, oxy-acetylene, and ARC techniques.
  • Revised and monitored heavy equipment licensing program certifying 317 operators in a 18 month period.
  • United States Marine Corps * 1341 - Heavy Equipment Repair
  • Assisted in loading cargo aircrafts with K-loader and drove/ground guided HMMVS and other heavy equipment onto cargo aircrafts.

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24. Sailors
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Here's how Sailors is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Provided professional emergency medical attention to sailors and marines.
  • Work center supervisor of approximately 3-5 sailors.
  • Delivered 1.5 Million pounds of deployed mail to Marines and Sailors in Support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Received extensive leadership training and was placed in charge of 15 sailors during a dry dock maintenance period.
  • Trained, supervised, and graduated over 480 Marines and Sailors with a 0% drop rate.
  • Expected to provide patient care to sailors, marines, soldiers, and airmen during summer training.
  • Reviewed basic correspondence for Marines and Sailors who submit for multiple programs throughout the Marine Corps.
  • Assist personnel and their families who have special needs of over 225 Marines and Sailors.
  • Trained and mentored several sailors in the command as well as around the base.
  • Assisted sailors with military pay matters by accessing the Personnel Accounting System.
  • Assigned to administrative duties organized files, prepared orders for deploying Sailors.
  • Processed various standard request forms from sailors through the chain of command.
  • Provided training and leadership to Marines and Sailors deployed aboard L-Class ships.
  • Mentor 5 Junior Sailors in any career advancement opportunities within the military.
  • Lead a group of 5 sailors that are under my supervision.
  • Supervised and led a team of Junior Sailors.
  • Completed operational requirements by scheduling and assigning projects sailors in office to meet goal requirements.

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25. Teamwork
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Here's how Teamwork is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Promoted teamwork; requested and evaluated proposals, and assured all legal compliance was met.
  • Work and utilize teamwork to complete complicated task in an effective and timely manner.
  • Developed a strong sense of teamwork and the value of the individual Marine.
  • United States Marine Corps Developed core values by demonstrating leadership and teamwork skills.
  • Demonstrated high standards of performance, including teamwork, communication and compassion.
  • Established strong leadership traits & teamwork virtues.
  • Experience in intense stress work enviroment Ability to lift 100 pounds+ Proficient in teamwork and problem solving Military experience
  • Filed paperwork and answered phones.Skills UsedTeamwork was the biggest skill I gained from being in the Air Force.
  • worked long hours with many people, trained in medical, combat, leadership and teamwork.
  • Used Teamwork for a varity of different tasks.
  • Handled administrative workplace issues.Key Results Fostered a teamwork/open door environment conductive to positive dialogue across the organization.

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26. Okinawa
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Here's how Okinawa is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Conducted watershed delineation of major installations on Okinawa Island, Japan.
  • Completed 5 tours overseas: 3 to Iraq, 1 to Afghanistan, and 1 on Okinawa, Japan.
  • Conducted operations in Afghanistan, Yemen, Jungle Warfare Training Center and Cold Weather Training in Okinawa, Japan.
  • Earned the title as Wire Chief during my two year deployment in Okinawa, Japan.
  • Worked in the Administration office of the 3rd Marine Division in Okinawa, Japan.
  • Support of over 1000 Marines within Okinawa Japan during field exercise.
  • Deployed to Camp Doha, Kuwait, Camp Rhino, Afghanistan, Camp Schwab, and Okinawa, Japan.
  • Served 3 years at Camp Pendleton, CA and 1 year in Okinawa Japan as a supply clerk.
  • United States Marine Corp. (2006-2009) Camp Hanson, Okinawa JapanDuring my time in the Marine Corp.
  • Stationed in Okinawa, Japan as well as Camp Pendleton, CA.

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27. Lejeune
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Here's how Lejeune is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Protect and serve this great nation as an Infantryman at Camp Lejeune, N.C. for approximately 10 years.
  • Planned and promoted the first Mixed Martial Arts Cage event on Camp Lejeune and North Carolina.
  • Camp Lejeune, N.C., Camp Hansen, Okinawa Japan.
  • Camp Lejeune North CarolinaBasic training, drilling, athletic training.
  • School Of Infantry Camp Geiger/Camp Lejeune
  • Camp Lejeune, NC September 2012-January 2013Assisted in the planning and execution of current and future Battalion operations.
  • Provided instruction to assist, new Marines with familiarizations of faculties of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
  • Honor Graduate Cannoneer Section Chief Course Camp, Lejeune, North Carolina in June 1986.
  • Company Camp LeJeune, NC 28542 Inactive duty 7/1996 - 1/2000
  • Address: 2D LAR BN Camp Lejeune, North Carolina Contact: Head Quarters Maintenance Chief - Master Sgt.

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28. DOD
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Here's how DOD is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Participated in DoD operation at Langley AFB to recover/redistribute assets resulting from the Hurricane Andrew disaster.
  • Assigned Level I DOD Acquisition Professional Certification
  • Planned and ensured internal, external, physical and personnel security measures were in accordance with DOD policies and guidelines.
  • Assisted with arrival and wreath laying ceremonies for foreign DOD leaders at Pentagon & Tomb of the Unknowns.
  • Issued 54 weather warnings for 31 DOD installations of which 80% met advance notice requirements.
  • Manage the tracking and processing of all Joint and DoD Service awards recommendation for HQ USCENTCOM.
  • Handled all aspects of multiple DoD Civilian contracts (approximately 20 contractors) meeting HQMC goals.
  • Recognized for achievement in opening new DoD markets leading to over $8.5M in new business.
  • Coordinated functional area and administrative requirements of DDSP (DOD's largest Strategic Distribution Platform).
  • Implement and monitor security measures for communication systems, network, and provide DOD compliance.
  • Create and manage all On-Line accounts for NON-Marine Service members and DoD Civilians assigned to
  • Process visitor requests in accordance with Navy, Air Force, and DoD requirement.
  • Coordinated and planned multiple T-SCIF's in support of DoD theater level exercises.
  • Supported Voice Network equipment maintenance on 9.1M 14K- line switch supporting DoD Installations.
  • Authored over 150 threat analyses published throughout DOD and NATO.
  • Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 070.USMC OCS basic training.
  • Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 646.
  • Worked with DoD and intelligence communities.
  • Defined system unique requirements as well as performance parameters for integration into the DoD Biometrics Enterprise network.
  • Led DOD working group which led to increased pilot/aircrew survivability and improved mission effectiveness.

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29. Hazmat
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Here's how Hazmat is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Advised multinational commands of military HAZMAT threats and avoidance recommendations.
  • Assigned additional duty as HAZMAT/Safety Officer.
  • Completed duties as the Logistics Chief which included duties such as reports, data entry, and completing HAZMAT forms.
  • Transferred HAZMAT materials from one location to another, using a HMMWV vehicle valued at $65,000.
  • Trained more than 50 Japanese Self Defense Force members in Combat HAZMAT defense measures.
  • Completed Ammunition and HAZMAT certifications through Base Safety, Marine Corps Base Hawaii.
  • Hand-picked to supervise various Combat HAZMAT training events for different units.
  • Selected to be head instructor for 2 Combat HAZMAT Avoidance courses.
  • Lead HAZMAT response missions and training in Darwin, Australia.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on HAZMAT training.
  • Trained more than 500 Marines in Combat HAZMAT defense measures.
  • Selected to be head instructor for 3 HAZMAT courses.
  • Trained in handling and disposing of Hazmat, learned to work well as part of a team or individually as required.
  • Performed all API Gravity testing * Trained in all aspects of hazmat, to include all leaks and spills of fuels.
  • Served as Head Instructor, Adviser, Safety Officer, Embark Officer, Training Officer, and HAZMAT Responder.
  • Recognized for: - Improved training efficiency by 25% in Combat HAZMAT Defense Matter by restructuring curriculum.
  • Recognized For - Trained more than 200 Marines in Combat HAZMAT defense measures.
  • Coordinated training for budget, Hazmat and government travel personnel.
  • Store, receive, and pick parts Inventory parts onboard submarine and storage area Receive and issue hazmat materials
  • reinforced safety standards as division Hazmat Petty Officer over 2 years, no safety injuries/issues.

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30. Reconnaissance
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Here's how Reconnaissance is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Conducted urban/rural sniper operations and reconnaissance/surveillance operations.
  • Trained to performed underwater reconnaissance and demolition of natural and man-made obstacles prior to amphibious landings
  • Led basic reconnaissance operations and reported enemy movements to commanding officers.
  • Trained to collected information and intelligence through special reconnaissance missions.
  • Managed Armored Reconnaissance Company teams, personnel, equipment and training for deployments and contingencies.
  • Deployed two tours and assisted with the performance of reconnaissance operations.
  • Submitted engineering and reconnaissance reports - to include project design/budget, security/ threat analysis, geo-grid and mapping profiles.

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31. Non
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Here's how Non is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Operate all aspects of Information Systems, data availability, integrity, authentication, confidentiality, and non-repudiation.
  • Performed duties in non-traditional settings including but not limited to high threat areas and physically demanding environments.
  • Created maintenance organization from non-existing infrastructure, produced mechanics capable of component-level rebuild and troubleshooting.
  • Support Data availability, integrity, authentication, confidentiality, and non-repudiation
  • Responded to medical emergencies and non-emergency incidents.
  • Disseminated non-confidential reports to the public.
  • Drafted military and nonmilitary correspondence.
  • Answer telephone calls to take messages, answer questions, and provide information during non-business hours or when switchboard is closed.
  • Non-Commissioned Officer of the United States Marine Corp, network Exchange site administrator, Local Area Network technician and Backup/Recovery Administrator.
  • Served as the Detachment Non Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) during operations in Iraq.
  • Served as the Special Enforcement Branch Staff Non Commissioned Officer In charge as needed.
  • Appointed Non-Commissioned Officer in charge of managing network applications and PC maintenance.
  • Obtained the rank of corporal, (Non commissioned officer).
  • Supervised technical and non-technical teams in excess of 50 members.
  • Assisted FDNF in satisfying over 500 non critical requirements.
  • Achieved rank of Non-Commissioned Officer.
  • Experienced in technical research to identify non-marked items using technical library and FEDLOG to obtain data and nsn numbers.
  • United States Marine Corps Training Non-Commisioned Officer (Cpl) 20140910-20140514 Coordinated required annual training events for over 200 personnel.
  • Worked with The Laborie Develop Foundation, a non-profit NGO promoting community tourism: !
  • Bell) Government Purchase Card Holder Vehicle Control Non-Commissioned Officer Supply Non-Commissioned Officer Courier Non-Commissioned Officer IMPAC Program Non-Commissioned Officer

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32. Communication
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Here's how Communication is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Coordinated and disseminated communication reports resulting in every section being able to operate in a highly kinetic environment.
  • Produced operational and intelligence imagery in order to historically document and allocate visual communication for military leaders.
  • Performed duties related to electronic technician tasks, repairing radios and other communications gear.
  • Demonstrated superior communication skills and strong attention to detail to provide exceptional customer service.
  • Create a mobile network to enable field communications and scout reconnaissance operative activity.
  • Established and commanded telephone communication network operations between the General and Lieutenant.
  • Used radio communication daily to inform superiors or delegate tasks to subordinates.
  • Developed quick changeover standard work and assisted in communications setup.
  • Classified Communications; Meritorious Promotions; Honorable Discharge
  • Implemented security reporting and alerting system communications.
  • Demonstrated effective presentation and communication skills.
  • Polished oral and written communications skills.
  • Maintained records of daily data communications transactions, problems, and remedial actions taken as well as installation activities.
  • Deployed with forward deployed marine infantry unit as a field communication marine and had three successful combat tours.
  • Issue radios to various units in order to maintain proper communication during training or field exercises.
  • Complete fault isolation, repair and upgrading of TACLAN suites, fixed communication systems.
  • Implemented communication methods that led to successful completion of orders & tasks.
  • Trained in leadership, problem solving and communications Honorably discharged
  • Radio communications, tactical combat, Viet Nam conflict.
  • Key Accomplishments: Receiving honorable recognition for liaison communication & punctuality Completing Higher Education while deployed with a 3.5 GPA

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33. Lance Corporal
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Here's how Lance Corporal is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Earned the rank of E3/Lance corporal before receiving an Honorable Discharge after completing 4 years of service.
  • Promoted from Private First Class to Lance Corporal and qualified as an expert marksman.
  • Lance corporal, passed down and carried out orders from ranks above.
  • Earned the rank of Lance Corporal before honorable separation 11/2015
  • Promoted to Lance Corporal in September 2003.
  • Promoted from PFC to Lance Corporal.
  • Promoted to Lance Corporal in December, 2001.
  • Rank: Lance Corporal MOS: 0331 Machine Gunner1.

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34. Usaf
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Here's how Usaf is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Air Force representative for region's ROTC Scholarship Program, USAF Academy Recruiting and Officer Training School.
  • Awarded USAF Commendation Medal, Outstanding Unit, Expert Marksmanship & F-16 Incentive Ride.
  • Accomplished USAF basic military training for entrance into the Louisiana Air National Guard.
  • Supervised USAF military and contractors on base.
  • Master Instructor; Management Certificate from USAF
  • Started on the active duty side in 2007 and in 2015 transferred to the USAF Reserves doing the same thing.
  • Graduate, USAF First Sergeant Academy, 2003.
  • Forecasted replenishment needs and made organizational spending decisions upon analysis of USAF supply/demand levels.
  • obtained USAF Information Management degree - AF university -gave me drive to be in the medical field after SART.
  • Graduated from USAF Police Academy Lackland AFB, Texas 1978.
  • Level II NDT Inspection in radiography,dye penetrant,magnetic particle,ultrasonic,eddy current disiplines on all USAF aircraft

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35. Physical Training
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Here's how Physical Training is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Job responsibilities included various community service events, extensive schooling and physical training, standing guard, and various weapons training.
  • Planned, prepared and responsible for executing the training schedule, physical training and individual training for all subordinate personnel.
  • Trained with the M16A2 service rifle, basic martial arts, proper physical training that should be done daily.
  • Trained subordinate employees in multiple team based areas such as, small unit leadership, and physical training.
  • Excel in areas of leadership, academics and physical training.
  • Led and controlled physical training for up to 20 Marines.
  • Coordinate, conduct, and supervise physical training for 20 Marines
  • Led physical training routines to stay in shape.
  • worked in training office,was assistant to training officer,in charge of MAG 14 groups physical training.and record keeping.

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36. Training Exercises
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Here's how Training Exercises is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Performed as a fire team member during contingency/training exercises.
  • Conducted training exercises to ensure confidence in tactical operations.
  • Created scenario driven training exercises to maintain readiness standards.
  • Led fire teams during contingency/training exercises.
  • Maintained 100% accountability and records for all Unit drivers and vehicles, including all miles driven during training exercises.
  • Developed and published regulations, information papers and policies to govern all major training exercises throughout the KTO.
  • Prepared briefs and briefing materials for Training Exercises and Operations correspondence for the Senior leadership.
  • Trained, managed, and deployed junior Radio Operators for specific missions or training exercises.
  • Supervised the setup, operation, and maintenance of 4 major training exercises.
  • Prepared project plans to support field training exercises and deployment activities.
  • Attended, scheduled unit, and weapon training exercises.
  • Organized all field training exercises and field ops.
  • Stress Tolerance/Adaptability Designed routes for multiple patrols during training exercises while problem solving and adapting to changing conditions and situations.
  • Performed as a fire team member during situational training exercises and all infantry dismounted battle drills.
  • Led fire team during infantry dismounted battle drills and situational training exercises.
  • united states marine corps - Jacksonville, NC Led fire team during infantry dismounted battle drills and situational training exercises.

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37. SEA Service Deployment
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Here's how SEA Service Deployment is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Earned two Sea Service Deployment Ribbons (2009) USMC.

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38. E-4
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Here's how E-4 is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Earned four promotions and was honorably discharged as an E-4 Corporal, NCO.
  • Rank at separation: E-4 MOS: Technical Publications Military Police
  • Advanced in rank e-3 to e-4 for outstanding work performance.
  • Served in the Marines as a Corporal E-4.
  • Promoted through the ranks from E-1 to E-4 In my 4 year term.
  • United States Marine - Rank= E-4/CPL * 5 years active duty.

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39. Data Entry
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Here's how Data Entry is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Performed extensive administrative functions to include data entry, data certification, and record maintenance using appropriate software programs.
  • Perform duties on data entry equipment, and supervise the maintenance administration functions within the unit.
  • Trained new employees on multiple medical billing programs and data entry software.
  • Documented and processed new staff members into hospital data entry system.
  • Completed data entry into the systems for accountability of weapons.
  • Well versed in data entry procedures and practices In depth knowledge of maintaining office supplies and related inventory.

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40. Basic Training
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Here's how Basic Training is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Completed three months of basic training, one month of combat training, and eleven months of electronic training.
  • Processed and coordinated the logistical movement of over 450 personnel who departed to complete the employee basic training.
  • Completed basic training, Marine Combat Training, and MOS School for Military Police.
  • Entered basic training in the United States Marine Corps on Oct 10.
  • Boot camp - Basic Training - South Carolina.
  • Finished basic training and I was in school
  • Completed Basic Training aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, South Carolina and was promoted to Private First Class.
  • Finished with basic training , combat training and job training April 20, 2011.
  • Completed three months basic training at Parris Island Recruit Training Depot.

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41. Small Arms
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Here's how Small Arms is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Achieved proficiency in the use of small arms, crew-served weapons, and tactics inherent to a Marine Infantry Battalion.
  • Worked as part of a team, along with personal responsibility of maintaining inventory and disposal of small arms.
  • Trained superiors & subordinates on usage of small arms while on a shooting range and in during tactical training.
  • Acted as Range Safety Officer during Live fire training of small arms, machine gun and artillery.
  • Qualified in small arms, and heavy artillery, conducted investigations, and completed reports.
  • Conduct instruction to personnel on proper usage and handling of small arms.
  • Earned Expert Marksman Awards in both small arms and assault weapons.
  • Maintained and repair all small arms and crew served weapons
  • Qualified sharpshooter in small arms and assault weapons.
  • Issued and received small arms.
  • Maintain small arms and artillery.
  • Learn instruction in nomenclature, disassembly, assembly and function of small arms and marksmanship.

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42. Test Equipment
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Here's how Test Equipment is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Performed operational tests on installed equipment under simulated and actual operating conditions to determine performance using test equipment.
  • Included the knowledge and use of Basic Electrical and Electronic Theories and circuits, formulas, test equipment, and troubleshooting.
  • Tested and repaired electrical control circuitry, electronic and magnetic amplifiers and power supplies, using standard and special test equipment.
  • Received training in the use of electrical test equipment, use of hand tools, blue prints and rotating electrical machinery.
  • Operated, inspected, and maintained test equipment, including chemical process control performance checks and periodic equipment calibration.
  • Controlled and managed the inventory and tracking of over 1 million dollars of test equipment and repairable equipment.
  • Acquired working knowledge of basic electricity and test equipment, A/C electrical systems and components.
  • Space provided inventory control for all test equipment and special tools required for maintenance support.
  • Operated, maintained, and inspected survival equipment machinery, test equipment, and tools.
  • Use of hand tools, power tools, and electrical and electronic test equipment.
  • Evaluate findings to develop, design, or test equipment or processes.
  • Operate test equipment, special tools and ammunition handling equipment.
  • Reassemble and test equipment following repairs.
  • Test equipment control and calibration.
  • Utilize all test equipment to include oscilloscope, multimeter and frequency generator.
  • Help to fix and test equipment for radar, wire, data,and radio shops of unit.
  • Testsrepaired components using mockups and test equipment.

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43. E-5
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Here's how E-5 is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Grade E-5, Honorably Discharged.
  • Rank of E-5, Sergeant.
  • Promoted to highest rank of E-5, two meritorious Masses for outstanding service, three meritorious promotions
  • Promoted to rank of E-5 within three years Two Commanding General Inspections with zero discrepancies.
  • Japan Cleaned weapons to meet government qualifications Reached the rank of E-5.

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44. CPR
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Here's how CPR is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Certified and trained in CPR, safety and security inspections.
  • Qualified in (CPR) cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
  • Certified CPR Instructor with AED enhancement.
  • Skilled in providing Basic First Aid/CPR/AED.
  • Administer CPR and Rescue Breathing.
  • Trained in medical assistance and transportation, CPR, AED, and prep procedures.Released from active duty due to broken clavicle.
  • Instructed 20+ marines on a variety of subjects ensuring military members met training standards CPR Certified 2017
  • Maintained certification in Well Control, First Aid/CPR as well as several company required safety and environmental training.
  • Licensed in CPRExtracurricular Throughout Elementary and Middle School I was in the Gifted and activities Talented Program.

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45. Flight Line
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Here's how Flight Line is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Conducted foot and motorized patrol, control of pedestrian and vehicular traffic, flight line security, and physical security assessments.
  • Supervised a four-man crew while observing flight line operations and maintained a constant state of readiness in case of emergency
  • Responded to maintenance calls from flight line and phase to keep sorties and nuke exercises on time.
  • Conducted security inspections of armories, hospitals, warehousing, flight lines, port and rail facilities.
  • Performed duties as flight line patrol, responsible for all military aircraft assigned to the base.
  • Perform Flight line, hanger deck and maintenance shop, hydraulic and pneumatic safety procedures.
  • Inspected and maintained all life support equipment on flight line and search and rescue equipment.
  • Managed and supervised day to day operations on the flight line of the base.
  • Repaired, maintained, and delivered flight line equipment in all weather and conditions.
  • Guard the flight line and maintain security of incoming and outgoing aircraft.
  • Managed a $42K Land Mobile Radio program insuring flight line communication.
  • Performed Airport flight line inspections for equipment safety compliance.
  • Work on the flight LINE IN the weapons field for different aircraft.
  • Provided security for Crypto, NORAD complex, SR-71 and U2 as well as flight line and perimeter base security.
  • FLIGHT LINE/AIR FIELD CONTROL GUARD Received orders from the air field tower and carried out my duties on the flight line.
  • Flight Line C-130/DC-9) USMC, Various Locations
  • transport, installation and inspection of jet motors from in shop to phase docs and flight line Honorable Discharge

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46. Powerpoint
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Here's how Powerpoint is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Use MS PowerPoint to develop & deliver highly dynamic on & off site presentations.
  • Created excel spreadsheets and powerpoints to track items and explain updates.

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47. Security Procedures
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Here's how Security Procedures is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Produced written reports on all shift activities with oral reports and emergency notifications delivered as directed by established security procedures.
  • Communicated effectively with diverse populations; efficiently managed a diverse workforce and multicultural population while maintaining security procedures.
  • Informed inmates and visitors of rules, safety and security procedures and responsibilities

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48. Service Aircraft
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Here's how Service Aircraft is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Service aircraft guns and accessories.

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49. Osha
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Here's how Osha is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Conducted quarterly occupational safety inspections to ensure compliance with the OSHA 29 CFR 1910 standards.
  • Provided specific OSHA Training to Air Force Personnel with regulated areas and hazardous processes.
  • Monitored compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements.
  • General knowledge on OSHA and NFPA standards for fire control and maintenance requirements.
  • Required to lift 40 to 45 pounds according to OSHA standards.
  • Collaborated with senior personnel to ensure facilities were within OSHA standards.
  • Completed several safety training courses to meet OSHA requirements.
  • Completed Competent training course/OSHA 40 hour safety course.
  • Maintained OSHA forms 300, 300a, and 301 log.
  • Demonstrated safety adherence to branch supervisors, during audits, similar to OSHA regulation.

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50. Meritorious Mast
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Here's how Meritorious Mast is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Received Meritorious Mast for effort beyond the call of duty during Biochemical Contamination Maneuvers.
  • Earned a Meritorious Mast for great customer service skills and accommodating all service members and their needs.
  • Received two meritorious masts from Commandant of the Marine Corps.
  • Garnered 4 Navy Achievement 9 Meritorious Mast 7 Letters of Appreciation
  • Awarded a Meritorious Mast for work as Equipment NCO
  • Received a Meritorious Mast award for volunteering over 100 hours in a one month period for the toys for tots program.
  • Awarded Meritorious Mast for outstanding leadership, teamwork, and devotion to duty.
  • Guard Duty, Secret Security Clearance Machine Gunner 2 NATO Cruises Good Conduct Medal, Meritorious Mast, Honorable Discharge

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20 Most Common Skills For An United States Marine

Personnel Files

17.0%

Combat

13.6%

Procedures

9.5%

Weapon Systems

8.3%

Medal

7.5%

Honorable Discharge

4.9%

Logistics

4.6%

Usmc

4.5%

Clearance

4.0%

Customer Service

3.2%

Preventative Maintenance

3.0%

Platoon

2.8%

Squadron

2.7%

NCO

2.5%

Law Enforcement

2.2%

Terrorism

2.1%

Ribbon

2.0%

Leadership

1.9%

MOS

1.9%

Physical Fitness

1.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An United States Marine

Rank Skill
1 Personnel Files 12.7%
2 Combat 10.1%
3 Procedures 7.1%
4 Weapon Systems 6.2%
5 Medal 5.6%
6 Honorable Discharge 3.6%
7 Logistics 3.4%
8 Usmc 3.3%
9 Clearance 3.0%
10 Customer Service 2.4%
11 Preventative Maintenance 2.2%
12 Platoon 2.1%
13 Squadron 2.0%
14 NCO 1.8%
15 Law Enforcement 1.6%
16 Terrorism 1.6%
17 Ribbon 1.5%
18 Leadership 1.4%
19 MOS 1.4%
20 Physical Fitness 1.4%
21 Hazardous Materials 1.3%
22 Communications Equipment 1.3%
23 Heavy Equipment 1.2%
24 Sailors 1.2%
25 Teamwork 1.2%
26 Okinawa 1.1%
27 Lejeune 1.0%
28 DOD 1.0%
29 Hazmat 0.9%
30 Reconnaissance 0.9%
31 Non 0.9%
32 Communication 0.9%
33 Lance Corporal 0.9%
34 Usaf 0.9%
35 Physical Training 0.8%
36 Training Exercises 0.8%
37 SEA Service Deployment 0.8%
38 E-4 0.8%
39 Data Entry 0.7%
40 Basic Training 0.7%
41 Small Arms 0.7%
42 Test Equipment 0.7%
43 E-5 0.7%
44 CPR 0.6%
45 Flight Line 0.6%
46 Powerpoint 0.6%
47 Security Procedures 0.6%
48 Service Aircraft 0.6%
49 Osha 0.5%
50 Meritorious Mast 0.5%
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