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Title: Our Nations Defense Forces


1
Our Nations Defense Forces
  • Military Services
  • Exam

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Why Serve?
  • Every day, many thousands devote themselves to
    protecting freedoms, maintaining peace, providing
    relief and supporting policy around the globe.
    For many young Americans, the benefits of serving
    can be tremendous training, honor, education,
    travel, pay and self-discovery. However, military
    service is not for everyone. It requires
    self-discipline, intense physical work and time
    away from family and friends while protecting
    America and its citizens at home and abroad. For
    some, these commitments impose too great a
    burden.
  • Above all, know that each decision to serve our
    country or not to serve is personal, vital and
    honorable.

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Turning Recruits into Service members
  • Basic Training often called boot camp
    prepares recruits for all elements of service
    physical, mental and emotional. It gives
    servicemembers the basic tools necessary to
    perform the roles that will be asked of them for
    the duration of their tour. Each of the Services
    has its own training program, tailoring the
    curriculum to the specialized nature of its role
    in the Military.
  • No matter which branch of the Service a recruit
    chooses, Basic Training is an intense experience.
    However, about 90 percent of recruits make it
    through boot camp. The purpose of this training
    isnt to break recruits. In fact, the
    combination of physical training, field exercises
    and classroom time makes individuals strong and
    capable. Its a tough process, but a rewarding
    one that many servicemembers value for life.

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The Military Officer
  • Must have a 4-year
  • Bachelors Degree

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OFFICER
  • MILITARY ACADEMIES
  • RESERVE OFFICER TRAINING CROPS
  • OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOL

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MILITARY ACADEMIES
  • For students who would like to experience a
    military environment while getting a first-class
    education, the four Service academies
  • the U.S. Military Academy (Army) in West Point,
    N.Y.
  • the U.S. Naval Academy (Navy/Marine Corps) in
    Annapolis, Md.
  • the U.S. Air Force Academy (Air Force) in
    Colorado Springs, Colo.
  • and the U.S. Coast Guard Academy (Coast Guard) in
    New London, Conn.
  • offer an outstanding education and full
    four-year scholarships. Tuition, books, board and
    medical and dental care are all fully paid for
    all four years. The competition to get in is
    fierce. Admissions criteria include
  • High school academic performance
  • Standardized test scores (SAT or ACT)
  • Athletics and extracurricular activities
  • Leadership experience and community involvement
  • A congressional letter of recommendation (not
    required by the Coast Guard Academy)
  • Graduates of all four academies receive a
    Bachelor of Science degree and are commissioned
    as officers in their respective Service branch.
    In all cases, there is a service obligation of a
    minimum of five years.

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Senior Military Academies
  • Similarly, the Senior Military Colleges (SMCs)
    offer a combination of higher education with
    military instruction. SMCs include
  • Texas AM University,
  • Norwich University,
  • Institute and State University (Virginia Tech),
  • North Georgia College State University and the
    Mary Baldwin Womens Institute for Leadership.
  • SMCs are among the most prestigious and famous
    education institutions in the world. They are
    private colleges but offer financial aid packages
    for eligible students. Every cadet must
    participate in the Reserve Officer Training Corps
    (ROTC) program, but only those cadets who receive
    an ROTC scholarship are required to enter
    military service following graduation. For
    example, about half of Virginia Military
    Institutes cadets earn commissions as second
    lieutenants (Army, Marine Corps, Air Force) or
    ensigns (Navy).

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ROTC
  • Founded in 1926, ROTC stands for Reserve Officer
    Training Corps.
  • Its a college program offered at more than 1,000
    colleges and universities across the United
    States that prepares young adults to become
    officers in the U.S. Military.
  • In exchange for a paid college education and a
    guaranteed post-college career, cadets commit to
    serve in the Military after graduation.

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Air Force ROTC
  • The Air Force ROTC mission is to produce leaders
    for the Air Force and build better citizens for
    America.
  • Headquartered in Montgomery, Ala., the Air Force
    ROTC commands 144 units at college and university
    campuses throughout the United States. Air Force
    ROTC offers a four-year program and a two-year
    program, both based on Air Force requirements and
    led by active-duty Air Force officers. Courses
    are a mix of normal college classes and Air Force
    ROTC curriculum, which covers everything from
    leadership studies to combat technique. Upon
    completion, a student enters the Air Force as an
    officer.

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Army ROTC
  • Army ROTC is one of the most demanding and
    successful leadership programs in the country.
    The training a student receives in Army ROTC
    teaches leadership development, military skills
    and career training.
  • Courses take place both in the classroom and in
    the field and are mixed with normal academic
    studies. Additional summer programs, such as Jump
    School, may also be attended. Upon completion, an
    Army ROTC graduate is awarded officer status in
    the Army.

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Navy and Marine Corps ROTC
  • As the largest single source of Navy officers,
    the Navy ROTC program plays an important role in
    preparing young adults for leadership and
    management positions in the increasingly
    technical Navy. Offered at more than 160 leading
    colleges and universities throughout the U.S.,
    the Navy ROTC offers a mixture of military
    training and normal academic study. Courses take
    place both in the classroom and in the field.
    Upon completion, an NROTC graduate is awarded
    officer status and the ability to choose an
    officer career in surface warfare, naval
    aviation, submarine or special warfare.
  • Aspiring Marine Corps officers also participate
    in Navy ROTC. The ROTC academic curriculum for a
    Marine Corps-option student requires classes in
    national security policy and the history of
    American military affairs, in addition to the
    regular academic requirements for the students
    degree.

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Coast Guard Student Reserve
  • Unlike other Service branches, the Coast Guard
    does not have an ROTC program. However, high
    school seniors, college and vocational students
    between the ages of 17 and 28 can enroll in the
    Coast Guard Student Reserve Program.
  • Enlistees train for two summers and serve one
    weekend a month during the school year. Schooling
    continues uninterrupted. They receive pay for
    their weekend service and, after training is
    complete, begin Reserve duty.

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United States Navy
  • Birthday October 13, 1775
  • Motto Semper Fortis

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United States Navy
  • Mission
  • to maintain, train and equip
  • combat-ready Naval forces
  • capable of winning wars,
  • deterring aggression
  • and maintaining freedom of the seas.

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The flag of the United States Navy
  • consists of the Seal of the Department of the
    Navy in the center,
  • above a yellow scroll inscribed "United States
    Navy" in dark blue letters, against a dark blue
    background.
  • The flag was officially adopted by President
    Dwight D. Eisenhower on April 24, 1959.
  • It is used on land in offices, in parades and for
    ceremonial occasions, and often on a staff at the
    quarterdeck of ships in port.
  • It is never flown by ships at sea, nor on
    outdoor flagpoles on naval land installations,
    and is not used as an identifying mark of U.S.
    Navy ships and facilities, as is the U.S. Coast
    Guard ensign.

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Navy Boot Camp
  • Duration
  • 8 weeks
  • Location
  • Great Lakes Recruit Training DepotGreat Lakes,
    Ill.

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Navy Song
  • Anchors Aweigh my boys Anchors Aweigh
    Farewell to college joys We sail at break of
    day day day day Through our last night on shore
    Drink to the foam Until we meet once more
    Heres wishing you a happy voyage home!

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United States Marine Corps
  • Birthday November 10, 1775
  • Motto Semper Fidelis

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United States Marine Corps
  • Mission "The seizure or defense of advanced
    naval bases and other land operations to support
    naval campaigns the development of tactics,
    technique, and equipment used by amphibious
    landing forces and such other duties as the
    President may direct."

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The flag of the United States Marine Corps
  • (also known as a standard or battle color) is
    scarlet with the Corps emblem in gray and gold.
    It was adopted on January 18, 1939, although
    Marine Corps Order 4 had established scarlet and
    gold and the official colors of the Corps as
    early as 1925. The indoor/parade version is
    bordered by a gold fringe while the outdoor
    version is plain. It measures 55 inches on the
    hoist and 62 inches on the fly

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Marine Corps Hymn
  • From the Halls of Montezuma
  • To the Shores of Tripoli
  • We fight our country's battles in the air,
  • on land and sea
  • First to fight for right and freedom
  • And to keep our honor clean
  • We are proud to claim the title of
  • United States Marine.

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United States Marine Corps
  • The United States Marine Corps was founded in
    1775, even before our nation was officially
    formed. This elite group of men and women live by
    a strict code of integrity and ethics, producing
    not just strong warriors but people of
    exceptional character. The core values of Honor,
    Courage and Commitment influence everything a
    Marine does, on and off the battlefield.
  • While the Marine Corps is the smallest branch of
    todays military, it plays a major role as the
    first force on the ground in most conflicts.
    Today, 184,000 Marines are stationed around the
    world at all times, ready to deploy quickly
    whenever and wherever needed. The minimum service
    commitment for the Marine Corps is four years,
    but as the saying goes There are no retired
    Marines, only former Marines.

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Marine Crops cont
  • Before Serving in the Marine Corps
  • To join the Marine Corps an individual must be
    between 18 and 28 years old (17 with parental
    consent) and have a high school diploma. A small
    percentage of GED holders are allowed to join
    each year, provided they score well on the ASVAB
    test. College students wishing to train for
    Marine Corps officer positions may enroll in
    their schools Navy ROTC program, and should
    visit their local Officer Selection Office (OSO)
    for information.
  • All Marine Corps members undergo 12 weeks of
    Basic Training at Parris Island, S.C., or San
    Diego, Calif. This training is an intense mental
    and physical process that molds recruits to
    uphold and live by the core Marine Corps values
    of Honor, Courage and Commitment. Only the most
    elite make it through, and those who qualify have
    earned the right to wear the uniform.

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The United States Army
  • Birthday June 14, 1775
  • Motto An Army of One

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United States Army
  • Mission to fight and win our Nations wars by
    providing prompt, sustained land dominance across
    the full range of military operations and
    spectrum of conflict in support of combatant
    commanders.

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US ARMY
  • As the oldest branch of the U.S. Military,
    founded in 1775, the Army is one of the most
    powerful fighting forces on earth. Approximately
    522,388 full-time Soldiers in todays Army defend
    and serve our nation by land, sea and air. Elite
    groups within the Army, such as the Army Rangers
    and Special Forces, receive specialized training
    for advanced combat situations.
  • In addition to domestic bases, the Army has
    permanent stations in Asia, Europe and the Middle
    East, as well as troops on the ground wherever
    there is a conflict. Length of individual service
    commitment varies, and in some cases may be as
    little as two years.
  • A competitive salary is just one of the benefits
    of Army service. All Soldiers receive health
    care, housing and food allowances, and
    educational opportunities. After 20 years of
    service, retirement pay is guaranteed as well. On
    top of that, there are special pays for
    everything from deployment to medical training,
    depending on your job and location.
  • The Army offers hundreds of career opportunities
    across various disciplines, from aviation to
    information technology to Special Forces. No
    matter what your specialty is, youll receive
    top-notch training and the experience to handle
    whatever comes your way.

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The Army Flag
  • The Army flag is made up in the National colors
    red, white, and blue, with a yellow fringe.  It
    is the standard size for colors 4 feet, 4 inches
    hoist and 5 feet 6 inches fly.  It bears 145
    streamers of ribbons representing the campaigns
    in which the Army has participated since its
    inception.
  • The flag is made of white silk, upon which is
    embroidered in blue, a replica of the official
    seal of the War Office. Beneath the seal is a
    broad scarlet scroll bearing the inscription in
    white letters, "United States Army".  Beneath the
    scroll blue Arabic numerals, is "1775", the year
    in which the Army was created with the
    appointment of General George Washington as CINC.

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Army song
  • First to fight for the right,And to build the
    Nations might,
  • And The Army Goes Rolling AlongProud of all we
    have done,Fighting till the battles won,And
    the Army Goes Rolling Along.
  • Then its Hi! Hi! Hey!The Armys on its
    way.Count off the cadence loud and strong (TWO!
    THREE!)For where eer we go, you will always
    knowThat The Army Goes Rolling Along.
  • That The Army Goes Rolling Along.

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Army Basic Combat Training
  • Duration 9 weeks
  • Locations Fort Benning, Fort Benning, Ga.
  • Fort Jackson Columbia, S.C.
  • Fort Knox Louisville, Ky.
  • Fort Leonard Wood Waynesville, Mo.
  • Fort Sill Lawton, Okla.

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The United States Air Force
  • Birthdate
  • Motto Air Force Above All

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United States Air Force
  • Mission
  • To deliver sovereign options
  • for the defense of
  • The United States of America
  • and its global interests
  • to fly and fight in Air, Space, and Cyberspace.

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The Air Force
  • The Air Force began as a subdivision of the U.S.
    Army and was declared an official combatant arm
    in 1920. It wasnt until 1947, following World
    War II, that the Air Force was recognized as its
    own military branch.
  • Todays Air Force operates in keeping with a
    three-part vision global vigilance, reach and
    power. This vision empowers a technologically
    advanced force of 352,000 troops focused on air,
    space and cyberspace superiority.
  • A good salary, full health benefits and a
    fulfilling career could you ask for more? For
    the right person, the Air Force can be a very
    rewarding experience,
  • The Air Force provides advanced, hands-on
    training for hundreds of careers. Pilots and
    flight crew are just the tip of the iceberg. The
    Air Force relies on mechanics, electronics
    technicians, air traffic controllers, medical
    staff and other personnel to fulfill its
    objectives.

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The flag of the United States Air Force
  • consists of the coat of arms,
  • 13 white stars
  • and the Air Force Seal, on a blue background.
  • The 13 stars represent the 13 original colonies,
  • the three star grouping at the top portray the
    three Departments of the National Defense
    Establishment (Army, Navy, and Air Force).
  • The crest includes the American bald eagle, the
    cloud formation depicts the creation of a new
    firmament,
  • and the wreath, composed of six alternate folds
    of silver and blue, incorporate the colors of the
    basic shield design.
  • The Indoor/Parade version is bordered by a gold
    fringe while the Outdoor version is plain.

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Air Force Song
  • Off we go into the wild blue yonder, Climbing
    high into the sunHere they come zooming to meet
    our thunder, At 'em boys, give 'er the gun
  • (give 'er the gun now!) Down we dive spouting
    our flames from under Off with one helluva roar!
    We live in fame
  • or go down in flame, hey! Nothing'll stop the
    U.S. Air Force!

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Air Force Recruit Training
  • Duration
  • 8.5 weeks
  • Location
  • Lackland Air Force BaseSan Antonio, Texas

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United States Coast Guard
  • Birthday August 4, 1790
  • Motto Semper Peratus

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United States Coast Guard
  • Mission to protect the public, the environment,
    and U.S. economic interests in the nation's
    ports and waterways, along the coast, on
    international waters, or in any maritime region
    as required to support national security

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United States Coast Guard
  • Mission to protect the public, the environment,
    and U.S. economic interests in the nation's
    ports and waterways, along the coast, on
    international waters, or in any maritime region
    as required to support national security
  • Birthday August 4, 1790

The Coast Guard Standard is white with yellow
fringe and a dark blue U.S. Coat of Arms overall.
The shield on the eagle's breast has a blue chief
over vertical red and white stripes. Inscribed in
an arc above the eagle is "UNITED STATES COAST
GUARD" below the eagle is the U.S.C.G. motto,
"SEMPER PARATUS" ("Always Ready") and beneath
that the numerals "1790" -- this being the year
in which the service's ancestor, the U.S. Revenue
Cutter Service, was founded.
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Coast Guard
  • The Coast Guard is an amalgamation of formerly
    distinct federal services the U.S. Lighthouse
    Service, the Revenue Cutter Service, the
    Steamboat Inspection Service and the U.S.
    Lifesaving Service. In 1915, a congressional act
    combined the Life-Saving Service and Revenue
    Cutter Service to form the Coast Guard. The
    Service was placed under the control of the
    Treasury Department until 1967, when an executive
    order transferred the Coast Guard to the newly
    formed Department of Transportation.
  • Today, the Coast Guard operates under the
    Department of Homeland Security during peacetime
    and under the Navy during wartime, or by special
    presidential order. In addition to protecting our
    nations waterways, the 39,000 active-duty
    members of the Coast Guard perform search and
    rescue, law enforcement and environmental cleanup
    operations

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The Coast Guard Standard
  • is white with yellow fringe and a dark blue U.S.
    Coat of Arms overall. The shield on the eagle's
    breast has a blue chief over vertical red and
    white stripes. Inscribed in an arc above the
    eagle is "UNITED STATES COAST GUARD" below the
    eagle is the U.S.C.G. motto, "SEMPER PARATUS"
    ("Always Ready") and beneath that the numerals
    "1790" -- this being the year in which the
    service's ancestor, the U.S. Revenue Cutter
    Service, was founded.

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Coast Guard Recruit Training
  • Duration
  • 8 weeks
  • Location
  • Cape May Coast Guard Training CenterCape May,
    N.J.

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1. Birthday October 13, 1775
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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2. Birthday November 10, 1775
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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3. Birthday June 14, 1775
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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4. Birthday September 18, 1947
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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5. Birthday August 4, 1790
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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6. Mission to protect the public, the
environment, and U.S. economic interests in the
nation's ports and waterways, along the coast, on
international waters, or in any maritime region
as required to support national security
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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7. Mission to deliver sovereign options for the
defense of the United States of America and its
global interests -- to fly and fight in Air,
Space, and Cyberspace.
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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8. Mission to fight and win our Nations wars
by providing prompt, sustained land dominance
across the full range of military operations and
spectrum of conflict in support of combatant
commanders.
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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9. Mission "The seizure or defense of advanced
naval bases and other land operations to support
naval campaigns the development of tactics,
technique, and equipment used by amphibious
landing forces and such other duties as the
President may direct."
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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10. Mission to maintain, train and equip
combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning
wars, deterring aggression and maintaining
freedom of the seas.
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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11. Military Service Flag
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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12. Military Service Flag
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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13. Military Service Flag
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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14. Military Service Flag
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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15. Military Service Flag
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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16. Above All
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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Semper FidelisThe Few, The Proud, The _________
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Navy
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Coast Guard

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18. An _____ of One
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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19. Semper Paratus
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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20. Semper fortis
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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21. First to fight for the right,And to build
the Nations might, And The caissons Goes
Rolling AlongProud of all we have done,Fighting
till the battles won,And the caissons Goes
Rolling Along.
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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22. Were always ready for the callWe place
our trust in TheeThrough howling gale and shot
and shellTo win our victorySemper Paratus is
our guide, our pledge, our motto, too,Were
always ready, do or dieAye! _________________ we
fight for you.
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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23. Off we go into the wild blue yonder,
Climbing high into the sunHere they come
zooming to meet our thunder, At 'em boys, give
'er the gun (give 'er the gun now!) Down we dive
spouting our flame from under Off with one
helluva roar! We live in fame or go down in
flame, hey! Nothing'll stop the U.S. __________!
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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24 Anchors Aweigh my boys Anchors Aweigh
Farewell to college joys We sail at break of
day, day, day, day. Through our last night on
shore Drink to the foam Until we meet once more
Heres wishing you a happy voyage home!
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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25 From the Halls of MontezumaTo the Shores of
TripoliWe fight our country's battles in the
air, on land and seaFirst to fight for right
and freedom And to keep our honor clean We are
proud to claim the title of United States
__________ .
  • A. Army
  • B. Air Force
  • C. Coast Guard
  • D. Marine Corps
  • E. Navy

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Marine Corps Recruit Training
  • Duration 12 weeks
  • Locations
  • Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris IslandParris
    Island, S.C.
  • Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San DiegoSan Diego,
    Calif.

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Officer Candidate School
  • Officer Candidate School (OCS), known as Officer
    Training School (OTS) in the Air Force, is
    essentially the equivalent of enlisted Basic
    Training for those interested in becoming
    officers. There are three types of people who
    attend OCS/OTS
  • Graduates from a traditional four-year college or
    university
  • Enlisted servicemembers transitioning into
    officer roles
  • Direct Commission Officers (DCOs) with
    specialized skills or professional degrees
  • While duration and type of training varies among
    the Services, all teach military subjects,
    leadership skills and physical training. The goal
    is to prepare recruits for the challenges of
    officer life, from managing others to
    understanding military culture and law. You can
    learn more about specific programs and classes by
    visiting the Service-specific websites listed in
    the table below.

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OCS
Army Officer Candidate School Marine Corps Officer Candidate School Navy Officer Candidate School Air Force Officer Training School Coast Guard Officer Candidate School
Duration12 weeks Duration12 weeks Duration12 weeks Duration13.5 weeks Duration17 weeks
Rank upon GraduationSecond Lieutenant Rank upon GraduationSecond Lieutenant Rank upon GraduationEnsign Rank upon GraduationSecond Lieutenant Rank upon GraduationEnsign
LocationFort BenningFort Benning, Ga. LocationMarine Corps Base QuanticoQuantico, Va. LocationNaval Station NewportNewport, R.I. LocationMaxwell-Gunter Air Force BaseMontgomery, Ala. LocationCoast Guard AcademyNew London, Conn.

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