Top United States Marine Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an United States Marine. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of United States Marine resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.9% of United States Marine resumes contained Military Personnel as a skill. Let's find out what skills an United States Marine actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on United States Marine resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Military Personnel

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Here's how Military Personnel is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Familiarized American Military personnel with local customs in host nation; assisted in conflict resolutions between Military personnel and local populace.
  • Processed requisitions for supplies, handled confidential documents and packages which was distributed to military personnel on daily basis.
  • Maintain and control suspension of favorable personnel actions for all enlisted and officer military personnel under disciplinary actions.
  • Apply a standardized body of military personnel regulations and guidelines to provide guidance and assistance to customers.
  • Counseled active duty and retired military personnel concerning their education via telephone and email.
  • Assist in managing the Military Personnel Information Management/Records Program of the Military Personnel System.
  • Coordinated civilian and military personnel for large scale fiber optic installation projects.
  • Supervised numerous military exercises with both American and Foreign military personnel.
  • Ordered government travel cards for Military personnel and civilian travelers.
  • Handle felony-level crimes that involve Military property and Military personnel.
  • Formulated support requirements for the first all military personnel.
  • Managed and maintained training records for military personnel.
  • Verify identification of visitors and military personnel.
  • Completed duties as the Supply Chief which included equipment and supplies tracking, ordering, and delivering to military personnel.
  • Managed Air Force retention programs, assisted military personnel in making career decisions, and advised on benefit programs.
  • Coordinated Medical and Dental appointments for military personnel, managed front desk of Naval Medical Center in San Diego.
  • Managed (51) military personnel in daily operation of a Help Desk Support and Network Administration Center.
  • Maintained MILPER data and information management, process orders for military personnel, temporary duty and travel.
  • Provided multimedia professional briefs on VHP Hunter and Chameleon programs to military personnel throughout the United States.
  • Worked with foreign & domestic branches of the military personnel, along with civilian personnel.

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2. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Facilitated team training that enhanced both physical and mental capacity needed to endure direct counter-intelligence and combat environments.
  • Supervised logistical operations for approximately 40 Marines during combat including personnel accountability, safety, and welfare.
  • Managed and maintained accountability for over $10 million in weapons and equipment during sustained combat operations.
  • Computed combat logistics support requirements, and coordinated combat logistics functions in support of deployment operations.
  • Provided critical leadership to manage over seven thousand Marines in a combat and garrison environment.
  • Designated Combat Lifesaver- Received additional training in Field Medicine and Combat Lifesaving from Navy Medical Corpsman
  • Analyzed, planned and executed operations to meet requirements of a Combat Logistics regiment.
  • Provided oversight to the successful execution of nine additional deployment rotations to combat environments.
  • Executed efficient and timely protocols to ensure proper firefighting combatants drills for disaster control.
  • Reestablished the Inspection program after redeployment from combat operations in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Provided security of vehicles and personnel during combat operations in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Aided field service representatives in operating and maintaining the combat convoy simulator.
  • Coordinated with military units for mission planning and execution of combat missions.
  • Served in Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom during combat operation in 2003.
  • Developed and implemented Standard Operating Procedures for security and combat operations.
  • Trained in combat lifesaver and basic medical assistance to injured Marines.
  • Supervised and lead numerous military members in training and combat environments.
  • United States Navy Combat Lifesavers certified and utilized in combat situations.
  • Relayed sensitive communications/information to Division Commander on combat operations.
  • Conducted close quarter operations in combat and peace-time environments.

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3. 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.
  • Instructed personnel on various weapon systems, safety procedures, annual requirements and individual training standards.
  • Managed 7 weapon systems and all equipment associated with each system, valued over $17.5M.
  • 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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4. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Received Joint Service Commendation Medal for superior performance while processing new applicants into military service.
  • Received Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for establishing an on-line publication management system.
  • 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.
  • Air Force expeditionary service medal.
  • Received Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal for contribution in training of U. S. Armed Forces personnel in intelligence gathering and security operations.
  • Received 3 Letters of Accommodation, National Defense Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal and nominated for 2 Navy Achievement medals.
  • Awarded 10 medals/ribbons and Letter of Commendation from Vice Admiral LaPlante while serving in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm.
  • Awarded two Good Conduct Medals, the National Defense Medal and others for services to the United States of America.
  • Received Navy Achievement Medal for duty as Freight warehouse chief while serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Out of 3 duty assignments in 5 years I received an achievement medal from each location.
  • Received the Navy Commendation Medal for development of the course and moving us into the future.
  • Received National Defense Medal for serving during a Time of Conflict(Persian Gulf War).
  • 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.
  • Received Special Agent of the Year, Commendation and Meritorious Service Medal.
  • Received K-9 instructor of the year 1985, achievement and commendation medals.
  • Awarded the Air Force Achievement Medal in 2011 for Minot Flood Relief.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement Medal for rectifying $26 K in discrepancies.

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5. Honorable Discharge

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Here's how Honorable Discharge is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Finished time in service with honorable discharge*Conducted logistic patrols in hostile territory performing several job duties in critical moments.
  • Received an Honorable Discharge for and injury sustained during a training operation.
  • Classified Communications; Meritorious Promotions; Honorable Discharge
  • United States Marine Corps Honorable Discharge Bulk Fuels * Supervised and conducted all petroleum testing, gauged tanks.
  • Received awards (good conduct medals, meritorious unit commendation, excellent work performance evaluations and honorable discharge)
  • United States Navy, 2000-2010 Boatswain Mate 2nd Class-Honorable Discharge after 10 year career with the U.S. Navy.
  • Drug Free: With an honorable discharge, service members are certified drug free.
  • Awarded Navy Unit Citation * Awarded Meritorious Unit Citation * Received Honorable Discharge.
  • United States Military Veteran Status with Honorable discharge in 2011 from Active Duty.
  • Completed Active Duty Service With Honorable Discharge after completing four years of service
  • Received an honorable discharge for a medical condition I developed during training.
  • Work Center Supervisor (3 work centers) - Honorable Discharge.
  • Received an honorable discharge at the completion of my five-year enlistment.
  • Received Honorable Discharge upon the completion of the Desert Storm Engagement.
  • Received Honorable Discharge after serving four years on active duty.
  • Served 5 years, honorable discharge as a Sergeant.
  • Reason for leaving - completed service obligation - Honorable Discharge
  • Received an Honorable Discharge from Active Duty.
  • Major (retired); Honorable Discharge
  • Enlisted Marine with Honorable Discharge.

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6. 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.
  • Controlled all logistics activities between customers and the Central Office of Record to ensure alignment with operational requirements.
  • Provided logistics support in coordinating and overseeing the storage of electronic countermeasure units and other inventory as necessary.
  • 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.
  • Supported military and civilian departments while managing administrative, training and logistics functions.
  • Identified history of logistics discipline problem; executed immediate procedural overhaul.
  • Performed administrative operations for the Marine Corps Logistics Technology Command.
  • Coordinated logistics through project planning and led meetings between stakeholders.
  • Evaluated all calibration acquisition and logistics requirement for Marine activities.
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  • Experienced in Integrated logistics support (ILS) elements, developing statements of work/problems and identifying solutions that meet established goals.
  • Led the Logistics department (staff of 20) to receive a Noteworthy inspection grade from the Marine Corps inspection team.
  • Planned, scheduled, & directed all operations / training for aircraft maintenance, logistics, personnel, & safety compliance.
  • United States Army Reserves HAWK missile systems specialist; Automated Logistics specialist; Palmetto Medal, National Defense Service Medal.
  • Facilitated training of all maintenance personnel on the use and functionality of ALIS (Autonomic Logistics Information System).
  • Relocated 635 Supply Chain Management Group, transferred 338 phones enabling logistics to 145 units in major commands.
  • Required to communicate with others, follow instructions safely and maintain a clean work place.UNITED STATES MARINE CORP-SERGEANT-EMBARKATION/LOGISTICS SPECIALIST
  • Organized 10 Marine Corps Birthday Balls, planning logistics for attendance of 1500 personnel and their families.
  • Worked with, have working knowledge of, and supervised intelligence, logistics, and MAGTF specialist.

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7. Usmc

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Here's how Usmc is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Supported MCTOIC with assisting with data-information collection related to actions required from Program Management level/USMC enterprise related data calls.
  • Conducted numerous incident investigations of USMC personnel involved in incidents that occurred on and off duty.
  • Served in the USMC primary Military Occupational Specialty was 0211 Counterintelligence Specialist.
  • 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.
  • Job included inputting all drilling reservist personal information including marriage, dependent birth and pay into the USMC database.
  • 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.
  • Directed all proposal development activity and including successful proposal to capture position as Prime on USMC CEOSS Contract.
  • Maintained and inspected Presidential Helicopters in proper compliance with USMC/USN Standards in a safe and timely manner.
  • Attended and graduated from USMC Infantry Training Center received designated Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) Infantry.
  • Provide project management support in the design of ITSM processes to meet USMC enterprise network requirements.
  • Stationed in New York with husband for a 4 year military contract with the USMC.
  • Provided support for all compatibility testing and USMC load set engineering for USMC crew systems.
  • Facilitate in the enabling of USMC services and desired outcomes related to ITSM process implementation.
  • Create and track warehouse orders for the redistribution of assets within USMC network of warehouses.
  • Served as active and reserve USMC Infantry Officer within a United States Marine Corps Battalion.
  • Provided Enterprise Architecture support for Enterprise DBS within the USMC I&E portfolio.
  • Court appointed guardian and conservator for USMC Veteran (name withheld for privacy).
  • Graduated as the honor graduate in advanced USMC Corporals Course out of 100 students.

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8. Security Clearance

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Here's how Security Clearance is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Supervised the update of expired security clearance program in preparation for deployment to Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Obtain and maintain Secret Security Clearance, prevent unauthorized access to sensitive materials.
  • Monitored handling of CMS, ensuring appropriate security clearances of requisite personnel.
  • Organized events, edited personnel documents and maintained security clearance.
  • Researched and verified the security clearances of 200 personnel prior to granting access to COMSEC material.
  • Received a Top Secret security clearance for the duties I performed in Washington, D.C.
  • Maintained a secret security clearance, and controlled entry to weapons storage area.
  • Rank E6, Secret Security Clearance (inactive), Honorable Discharge
  • United States Air Force - Retired Previous Security Clearance - Top Secret
  • Conducted full security clearance inspections with all personnel to ensure compliance.
  • Background checks, Security Clearances, Medical Records, etc.
  • Maintained a Top Secret security clearance for nearly 10 years.
  • Maintained a security clearance as required by my employment.
  • Obtained and Maintained a Secret Security Clearance.
  • Received a Top Secret security clearance.
  • Top Secret SCI security clearance.
  • Awarded top secret security clearance.
  • Acquired a secret security clearance.
  • Liasoned with the Defense Investigative Service for shipboard security screening program and security clearance requirements.
  • Top secret Security Clearance Provided maintenance of Steam and mechanical systems for USS Constellation.

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9. 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.
  • Created databases which increased the accountability and efficiency of personnel actions leading to improved customer service.
  • Interact daily with all professional members of the association during tournaments and develop customer service relationships.
  • Performed customer services relating to any problems encountered upon receipt of aircraft and resolved.
  • Demonstrated superior communication skills and strong attention to detail to provide exceptional customer service.
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service and archival skills as the supervisor of a technical library.
  • Developed computer based training model for Customer Service and Process Improvement.
  • Provided customer service and escorted visitors/guest to their destination.
  • Provide quality customer service to over 150 customers daily
  • Coordinated the flow of all visitors, customers, and vendors to ensure the highest levels of customer service and satisfaction.
  • 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.
  • Worked in a high-stress, fast-paced atmosphere while maintaining customer service to those impaired, ill and injured.
  • Provided technical, superior customer service and administrative support to over 4,000 customers throughout the Marine Corps Reserve.
  • Provide customer service within the seasonal lay-a-way department, which broadens my knowledge of Walmart's operation.
  • Hosted bi- weekly customer service training seminars for branch medical clinics within Naval Region Southwest.
  • Assisted personnel with processing claims and helped with any customer service issues.
  • Developed new strategies on how to better our customer service each day.
  • Performed a variety of customer service operations as a window clerk.

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10. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Ensured network, system and data confidentiality, availability, and integrity through preventative maintenance and upgrades.
  • Maintained accountability and that weekly/monthly Preventative Maintenance and inventory checks are being conducted on assigned assets.
  • Operate and perform preventative maintenance on the current aviation logistics computer system and associated peripheral equipment.
  • Installed, performed preventative maintenance, troubleshot and decommissioned prime power or standby generators.
  • Ensured proper and timely completion of maintenance tasks and inspections, including preventative maintenance.
  • Looked after over 100 communications devices and conducted preventative maintenance for reliable functionality.
  • Performed and supervised all preventative maintenance as well as corrective maintenance.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on vehicles which resulted in less vehicle malfunctions.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and updates to critical computer systems and software.
  • Recorded and properly documented all corrective and preventative maintenance.
  • Perform continual preventative maintenance and repair of drilling equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance according to the technical manuals.
  • Provided preventative maintenance on all power generating equipment.
  • Performed functional checks and preventative maintenance.
  • Ensured smooth operation of (TSM 1000) & (PZ-9) pumps including preventative maintenance and repairs of such equipment.
  • Performed, instructed and supervised PMCS (Preventative Maintenance Checks and Services) on all rolling vehicles and crew served weapons.
  • 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.
  • Managed and assisted with inventory as well as preventative maintenance for radio assets worth over $2 million.
  • Led marines in a robust preventative maintenance schedule with a support squadron directly involved with OEF and OIF.

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11. Platoon

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Here's how Platoon is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Keep the Platoon Commander and Platoon sergeant informed of any issues affecting performance, morale, and readiness of the section.
  • Machine gunners provide direct fire in support of the rifle and LAR squads/platoons/companies and the infantry and LAF: battalions.
  • Served with 1/7 Bravo Company Weapons Platoon, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twenty-Nine Palms, CA.
  • Served in numerous leadership positions as Platoon Sergeant, Admin Chief, Fiscal Chief, and Warehouse Chief simultaneously.
  • Acted as platoon Sergeant while still fulfilling duties as squad leader for the majority of deployment to Afghanistan.
  • Conducted the planning and coordination for First Platoon, Alpha Companies bunker destruction and construction of new bunker.
  • Provided indirect fire in support of the rifle and LARS quads/platoon/ companies and the infantry LAR battalions.
  • Lead 60-member platoon during several major operations in Southwest Asia, Turkey, and the Black Sea.
  • Perform evaluations on platoon members and one on one counseling with members to help with individual improvement.
  • Advise the platoon commander on all issues including discipline, morale, and welfare of the troops.
  • Assigned to 3rd Battalion 4th Marine Division as an infantry squad leader, then platoon sergeant.
  • Advised the Platoon Commander and Platoon Sergeant on all aspects of the platoon's operations.
  • Provide indirect fire in support of the rifle squad, platoon, company and battalion.
  • Provide guidance and leadership for Marines of the Platoon, both on and off duty.
  • Trained the team in accordance with platoon directives and the Infantry Training and Readiness Manual.
  • State platoon sniper, providing cover for all military units within the battle group assigned.
  • Coordinated and led a Platoon of twenty Marines during service in the active reserves.
  • Lead platoons in excess of 100 Marines in more than 300 combat missions.
  • Completed a Tactical Arabic Language course, and acted as a platoon translator.
  • Worked various Positions ranging from Martial Arts instructor, to Platoon Sergeant.

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12. Squadron

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Here's how Squadron is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Managed and conducted routine inspections of the squadron maintenance divisions to ensure adherence ground and aviation safety operating procedures.
  • Maintained daily communications with squadrons to insure proper function of computer data.
  • Coordinated squadron tool control program and inventory duties and trained subordinate Marines.
  • Supervised and assessed all parent squadrons designated to unit.
  • Evaluated tactical issues for electronic warfare squadron.
  • Supported and serviced fellow sister squadrons outside of 7AF by adhering to the vision and values provided our airmen's creed.
  • Format and update A Squadrons Plan of the week making it available for all personnel and sending email copies to supervisors.
  • Received over $4.5 million worth of gear in support of Marine Air Control Squadron 2 (MACS-2) unit.
  • Scheduled appointments, organized and scheduled briefings, and led squadron commander calls which held up too 500 personnel.
  • 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.
  • Worked with 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing and Marine Aircraft Group 29 to set up the squadron's accounts.
  • Retrieved squadron equipment from the Middle East, allowing the squadron to return to a normal work routine.
  • Served stateside and overseas as a group supply officer for an artillery battalion and an air wing squadron.
  • Enforced policies and managed squadron's security programs for 200+ military, contractors and Korean National civilians.
  • 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.
  • Supervised the Squadron Staff and managed the HR process for an operation that exceeded 500 people.
  • Planned all squadron operations to support complex logistics requirements of Marine Corps Ground units in Iraq.
  • Managed the personnel deployment program for the 440th Airlift Wing Medical Squadron in Milwaukee, WI.

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13. 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.
  • Train incoming forecasters on forecasting techniques, software systems, and administrative requirements.
  • Incorporated feature attribute definitions and the associated data into the complete database.
  • Volunteered for Mission Support Group POW/MIA formation ceremony and SNCO Induction ceremony
  • Trained incoming forecasters on procedures for issuing forecasts and weather warnings.
  • Developed and implemented Officer/SNCO Professional Military Education (PME) program.
  • Distributed incoming mail utilizing knowledge of mail procedures and processes.
  • Maintained configuration control and ensured timely incorporation of service bulletins.
  • Gathered information and incorporated into comprehensive reports.
  • Served as NCOIC for Infantry Officer Course (IOC) and Basic Officer Course (BOC) class events as required.
  • Encouraged the identification of enjoyable ways to encouraged socialization and enjoyment of residents through the use of food presentation and events.
  • Conferred with SNCOIC's and Officers to identify training needs based on projected production processes, changes, and other factors.
  • Issued 960,000GAL of JP5 fuels to Helicopters, verify that incoming and outgoing products are moving through the correct meters.
  • Process customer's payment and answer incoming calls, as well as assist in Sales and Client support on sales floor
  • Conducted entry point access, vehicle searches, and random security checks aboard military installation encompassing 30k+ personnel.
  • Course instruction in project and equipment for NCOIC duty, including data management and computer software programs.
  • Created a standard operating procedure for the command center and supply clerk positions to train incoming clerks.
  • Designed and implemented a reusable sanitary towel project to generate income for women in the community.
  • Received information from higher Command; relayed details to supervisors, peers and incoming teams.

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14. 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.
  • Work closely with Office of Special Investigations, other local police agencies, and federal law enforcement.
  • Coordinated with international law enforcement to reduce the flow of arms and ammunition to high threat regions.
  • Assisted local law enforcement to ensured safety for personal and client, enforced facility rules and regulations.
  • 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.
  • Performed patrol and investigative duties relative to the law enforcement career field.
  • Perform Law Enforcement duties, traffic stops, interviewing and detaining individuals.
  • 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.
  • Completed law enforcement and special weapons training.
  • Worked in field artillery and law enforcement.
  • Performed basic law enforcement duties.
  • Worked as a facility security controller that involved monitoring cctv's, dispatching emergency teams and local law enforcement.
  • Supported law enforcement and other Special Operations/Wartime and peace time.

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15. 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.
  • Worked closely with other Federal, state and local law enforcement and intelligence agencies to solve crime and combat terrorism.
  • Performed Anti Terrorism Force Protection, security and intelligence duties, in support of combat operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Serve as the Battalion Safety Officer, Security Manager, and Antiterrorism/Force Protection Officer.
  • Edited and revised the Antiterrorism plans which defined programs and guidelines for all departments.
  • Earned a Global War on Terrorism Medal (2007) USMC.
  • Recieved Global War on Terrorism Medal.
  • Received Global War on Terrorism and Expeditionary Medal Supplied USS Saipan, Kearsarge and Ponce to have complete supply readiness.

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16. Ribbon

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Here's how Ribbon is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Handled and operated several weapons resulting in over 5 marksman ribbons.
  • Photographed and videotaped ceremonies such as Purple Heart, Change of Command and Ribbon cuttings.
  • Received Service Ribbon for outstanding service.
  • Received numerous awards and ribbons.
  • Typed in badges, certificates, ribbons and any administrative work that marines in the battalion needed.
  • Awarded the Selected Marine Corps Reserve Ribbon.

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17. MOS

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Here's how MOS is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Relayed and generated interdepartmental and internal memos and directive orders from senior ranking officers to divisional leaders.
  • Mentored junior personnel by providing personalized education and training, effective counseling and a positive working atmosphere.
  • 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.
  • Developed a Fire Direction Center of junior personnel to be the most efficient and reliable FDC within the Company.
  • Provide advice and guidance to soldiers regarding training, military service, promotion opportunities, MOS changes, etc.
  • Command Center Administration Clerk for Major General R. E. Moss covering the 4th Marine Division throughout the United States.
  • Maintained training records for 60 Marines and created training schedule for each Marine according to each MOS requirements.
  • Graduated as Honor Graduate of assigned company and also awarded most physically fit female Marine in my company.
  • Maintain technical proficiency in the duties performed by Marines in MOS 0111 (military occupational specialty).
  • Released video report showing insurgents fighting from Mosques which strategically boosted regional support of the U.S.
  • Worked with mud engineer, ensuring proper chemicals met needs for the most efficient drilling results.
  • Generate Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) and Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders.
  • Lead teams of 3-5 people to complete a common goal in the most time/cost effective way.
  • Secure the limited area and protect at all costs our Nation's most Vital Assets.
  • Provided public assistance, such as directions, information and lock-out services with utmost professionalism.
  • Completed all basic and MOS specific training for a Basic Rifleman and Field Radio Operator.
  • Maintained the utmost discretion when dealing with legal documentation, and legal payroll documents.
  • Worked in an office atmosphere that involved other assigned tasks from time to time.

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18. 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.
  • Organized physical fitness events as well as sporting events to build troop camaraderie within the Personnel Office
  • Maintained the highest classification of physical fitness & combat readiness during Marine Corps career.
  • Maintain physical fitness and combat readiness standards of the Marine Corps.
  • Initiated plans to improve the company's physical fitness program.
  • Received high scores in physical fitness and health requirement testing.
  • Led daily platoon and company physical fitness routines.
  • Land Navigation, Marksmanship, Physical Fitness, Self-Defense
  • 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.

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19. 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.
  • Handled, labeled and disposed of hazardous materials and waste in accordance with AFOSH and local OSHA standards.
  • Completed over 52 hours of safety and hazardous materials training in accordance with company policies and OSHA regulations.
  • 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.
  • Provided training on MSDS sheets, proper PPE, and hazardous materials.
  • Instilled safety measures to OSHA protocols to individuals dealing with hazardous materials.
  • Completed the Transportation of Hazardous Materials Course in Athens, GA.
  • 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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20. Communications Equipment

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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.
  • 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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21. 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.
  • 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.
  • 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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22. 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.
  • Performed all safety indoctrination training as per the 29 CFR 1910.1200 for new Marines and Sailors aboard the squadron.
  • 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.
  • Processed various standard request forms from sailors through the chain of command.
  • Mentor 5 Junior Sailors in any career advancement opportunities within the military.
  • Assigned to administrative duties organized files, prepared orders for deploying Sailors.
  • Provided training and leadership to Marines and Sailors deployed aboard L-Class ships.
  • Lead a group of 5 sailors that are under my supervision.
  • Supervised and led a team of Junior Sailors.
  • Maintained electronic personnel files for 1,800 enlisted sailors.
  • Completed operational requirements by scheduling and assigning projects sailors in office to meet goal requirements.

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23. 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.
  • 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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24. 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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25. 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
  • Provided instruction to assist, new Marines with familiarizations of faculties of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
  • 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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26. 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.
  • 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).
  • Handled all aspects of multiple DoD Civilian contracts (approximately 20 contractors) meeting HQMC goals.
  • Manage the tracking and processing of all Joint and DoD Service awards recommendation for HQ USCENTCOM.
  • Process visitor requests in accordance with Navy, Air Force, and DoD requirement.
  • Conducted routine and emergency traffic stops in accordance with all DOD and military regulations.
  • Create and manage all On-Line accounts for NON-Marine Service members and DoD Civilians assigned to
  • 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.
  • Prepare and enters transactions into the computer IAW AF/DOD directives.
  • 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.

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27. 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.
  • Trained in leadership, HAZMAT, journeyman equipment operator, and numerous federal security and safety training courses.
  • 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.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on HAZMAT training.
  • Lead HAZMAT response missions and training in Darwin, Australia.
  • Trained more than 500 Marines in Combat HAZMAT defense measures.
  • Completed HAZMAT Handlers course for The United States Marine Corp
  • Selected to be head instructor for 3 HAZMAT courses.
  • Performed all API Gravity testing * Trained in all aspects of hazmat, to include all leaks and spills of fuels.
  • Trained in handling and disposing of Hazmat, learned to work well as part of a team or individually as required.
  • 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.

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28. Non

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Here's how Non is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Analyzed difficulties of shooters during live/non-live firing exercises and provided corrective assistance to individuals to improve their marksmanship skill and confidence.
  • Worked within the Social Education Organizational Development Program to help a local nonprofit organization increase their potential for sustainability long-term.
  • Operate all aspects of Information Systems, data availability, integrity, authentication, confidentiality, and non-repudiation.
  • Prepared an integrated medical team to receive and support thousands of civilian evacuees during Non-combatant Evacuation Operation Lebanon.
  • Performed duties in non-traditional settings including but not limited to high threat areas and physically demanding environments.
  • Prevented unauthorized removal and theft of United States Government property from non-classified to Top Secret items.
  • Created maintenance organization from non-existing infrastructure, produced mechanics capable of component-level rebuild and troubleshooting.
  • Clean mold-contaminated sites by removing damaged porous materials or thoroughly cleaning all contaminated nonporous materials.
  • Administered and monitored the Fires Branch Non Commissioned Officer and Enlisted development/Professional Military Education training.
  • Attended the non-commissioned officer course, and military operations urban terrain instructor course.
  • Processed and completed 32 Company-level Non-Judicial Punishments divided among 5 different Companies.
  • Generated and processed 12 Company-level Non-Judicial Punishments divided among 4 different Companies.
  • Support Data availability, integrity, authentication, confidentiality, and non-repudiation
  • Worked in conjunction with Military Intelligence during field and non-field operations.
  • Non-Commissioned Officer (Sergeant) with extensive leadership and supervisory experience.
  • Processed and completed 13 Battalion-level Non-Judicial Punishments divided through the Battalion.
  • Generated and processed 11 Battalion-level Non-Judicial Punishments divided through the Battalion.
  • Directed non-formal educational activities for elementary and middle school youth.
  • Position entailed conducting interviews with non-respondents to Census questionnaires.
  • Conducted proof of concept exercises for non-doctrinal Counter-IED operations.

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29. 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 from PFC to Lance Corporal.
  • Promoted to Lance Corporal in December, 2001.
  • Rank: Lance Corporal MOS: 0331 Machine Gunner1.
  • Lance Corporal Skills Used Leadership, time management, accountability, team work, mission success

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30. 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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31. 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.
  • Coordinate, conduct, and supervise physical training for 20 Marines
  • Led and controlled physical training for up to 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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32. Training Exercises

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Here's how Training Exercises is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Passed leadership training exercises to measure potential field effectiveness under pressure.
  • 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.
  • united states marine corps - Jacksonville, NC Led fire team during infantry dismounted battle drills and situational training exercises.

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33. SEA Service Deployment

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Here's how SEA Service Deployment is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Awarded the Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal and Sea Service Deployment Ribbon for efforts in the Middle East.
  • Awarded the Good Conduct Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon and the Meritorious Unit Citation Ribbon.
  • Awarded The Bronze Star for Sea Service Deployment.
  • Obtained Sea Service deployment ribbon and Good Conduct medal
  • discharge, Naval Unit Commendation, Good Conduct Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Humanitarian Service Ribbon

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34. E-4

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Here's how E-4 is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Advanced in rank e-3 to e-4 for outstanding work performance.
  • Rank at separation: E-4 MOS: Technical Publications Military Police
  • 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.
  • Gained leadership experience by achieving E-4.

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35. 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.
  • 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.
  • Skilled data research and data entry in various software programs to identify discrepancies for operation reediness during deployments.

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36. 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.
  • 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.
  • Completed three months basic training at Parris Island Recruit Training Depot.

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37. 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.
  • Trained superiors & subordinates on usage of small arms while on a shooting range and in during tactical training.
  • Worked as part of a team, along with personal responsibility of maintaining inventory and disposal of small arms.
  • 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.
  • Maintained and repair all small arms and crew served weapons
  • Maintain small arms and artillery.
  • Learn instruction in nomenclature, disassembly, assembly and function of small arms and marksmanship.

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38. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Executed detailed test plans, test procedures and graphical test reports across two large healthcare systems.

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39. 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.
  • Served first 8 years in US NAVY as a ABH2/E-5 aircraft handler and director.

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40. 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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41. 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.
  • Inspected and maintained all life support equipment on flight line and search and rescue equipment.
  • Perform Flight line, hanger deck and maintenance shop, hydraulic and pneumatic safety procedures.
  • 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.
  • transport, installation and inspection of jet motors from in shop to phase docs and flight line Honorable Discharge

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42. 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.
  • Utilized PowerPoint presentations to relay information to the Lieutenant Colonel.
  • Edited PowerPoint presentations with video and audio
  • Created PowerPoint presentations for training exercises.
  • Make documents in both excel and PowerPoint to help train and inform soldiers.

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43. Security Personnel

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Here's how Security Personnel is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Prepared reports and briefs for security personnel authorized to enter secured areas.
  • Trained, supervised and evaluated 20 Security Personnel on a daily basis.
  • Conducted presentations and briefings to customer organizations and security personnel to ensure coordination of routine and emergency procedures.
  • Directed as many as 100 military and civilian contract security personnel as well as military units and teams.
  • Supervised the Plans, Operations , Training and Security personnel of the U.S. Army Hospital in Berlin
  • Managed 100 contract security personnel on-site for client, Amgen Inc., a major biotechnology corporation.

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44. Aircraft Parts

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Here's how Aircraft Parts is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Managed warehouse stock, ordered and delivered aircraft parts, monitored shipping status of aircraft parts
  • Ordered aircraft parts and tools to assist maintenance materials control when necessary.
  • Removed and replaced repairable and consumable aircraft parts.
  • Interfaced with multi-systems to maintain accountability of different aircraft parts.
  • Remanufactured aircraft parts either lost, or broken beyond repair.

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45. 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.
  • 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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46. 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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47. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Coordinated scheduled/unscheduled maintenance and repair of critical safety of flight electrical systems to support squadron flight operations and missions.
  • Tested and maintained air-launched guided missiles including all ordnance electrical systems.
  • Maintained and repaired telecommunication systems and electrical systems.
  • Received advanced training in the installation and repair of controllers, automatic bus transfers, and small boat electrical systems.
  • Inspected, serviced, troubleshoot, repaired, maintained, and modified all high and low-voltage electrical systems.
  • Identified and troubleshot malfunctions pertaining to structures, engines, hydraulics and related electrical systems.
  • Test, troubleshoot, repair and maintain helicopter electrical systems and flight control systems.
  • Repaired F-4 aircraft electrical systems in VMCJ-3/VMFP-3 until selected for Warrant Officer in 1979.
  • Supervised a 5 man electrical systems shop.

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48. Military Equipment

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Here's how Military Equipment is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Coordinated the loading of military equipment onto military aircraft and ships.
  • Skilled in fabrication, repair and maintaining military equipment.
  • Maintained records for preventive maintenance for military equipment.
  • Managed shipping and receiving of military equipment that reached up to a million dollars per order in some cases.
  • Have working knowledge of shop procedures as they relate to maintenance and refurbishment upgrades of military equipment.
  • Supervised the security of two hundred twenty five thousand dollars in military equipment.
  • Supervised the security of over $100 million highly sensitive military equipment.
  • Licensed driver for transport motor pool for various military equipment.
  • Ensured cleanness of military equipment and work area daily.
  • have been responsible for $3M of military equipment in and out of the country.
  • Trusted with guarding multi-million dollar military equipment and the people of Eglin AFB.

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49. Curriculum Development

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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in United States Marine jobs:
  • Assisted management and curriculum development through local and out of country methods.
  • Served as chief instructor for training, curriculum development, scheduling and evaluating of CMOC MDOs.

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20 Most Common Skill for an United States Marine

Military Personnel18.5%
Combat14.8%
Weapon Systems9%
Medal8.2%
Honorable Discharge5.3%
Logistics5%
Usmc4.9%
Security Clearance4.4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An United States Marine

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Military Personnel
Military Personnel
13.9%
13.9%
2
2
Combat
Combat
11.1%
11.1%
3
3
Weapon Systems
Weapon Systems
6.8%
6.8%
4
4
Medal
Medal
6.2%
6.2%
5
5
Honorable Discharge
Honorable Discharge
4%
4%
6
6
Logistics
Logistics
3.8%
3.8%
7
7
Usmc
Usmc
3.7%
3.7%
8
8
Security Clearance
Security Clearance
3.3%
3.3%
9
9
Customer Service
Customer Service
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
2.4%
2.4%
11
11
Platoon
Platoon
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
Squadron
Squadron
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
NCO
NCO
2%
2%
14
14
Law Enforcement
Law Enforcement
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Terrorism
Terrorism
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Ribbon
Ribbon
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
MOS
MOS
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Physical Fitness
Physical Fitness
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Hazardous Materials
Hazardous Materials
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Communications Equipment
Communications Equipment
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Sailors
Sailors
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Teamwork
Teamwork
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Okinawa
Okinawa
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Lejeune
Lejeune
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
DOD
DOD
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Hazmat
Hazmat
1%
1%
28
28
Non
Non
1%
1%
29
29
Lance Corporal
Lance Corporal
1%
1%
30
30
Usaf
Usaf
1%
1%
31
31
Physical Training
Physical Training
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Training Exercises
Training Exercises
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
SEA Service Deployment
SEA Service Deployment
0.9%
0.9%
34
34
E-4
E-4
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Basic Training
Basic Training
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
Small Arms
Small Arms
0.8%
0.8%
38
38
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
0.8%
0.8%
39
39
E-5
E-5
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
CPR
CPR
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Flight Line
Flight Line
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
Security Personnel
Security Personnel
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Aircraft Parts
Aircraft Parts
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Osha
Osha
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Meritorious Mast
Meritorious Mast
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Military Equipment
Military Equipment
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
0.5%
0.5%

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