Marine Corp

             I've been thinking about joining the Marines for the last three years, and now that I'm graduating from high school in three months I plan on going through with it. I want to join the Marines because of the opportunity to go around the world and the chance that I might find myself doing something I can take some pride in after being bored by high school and wishing I didn't have to deal with the idiotic rules I've been subject to. I know there are rules in the marines, maybe even some stupid ones, but I'm under the impression that I won't feel like I'm being shit on before I even get to work. Is this incorrect? I could use my time in the military to think about what I plan to do in college and afterwards.
             Today I spoke to a marine recruiter for the first time. He told me about how after boot camp I could find myself moving around the world training while not in the field. The unit I would be assigned kept ready for field work by being moved around the world until needed. Based on where my 'home base' was I would find myself traversing it's area of operations (example - San Diego: Pacific and LeGune[spelling?]: Atlantic). Is this for real? I've spoken with relatives
             I've been thinking about joining the Marines for the last three years, and now that I'm graduating from high school in three months I plan on going through with it. I want to join the Marines because of the opportunity to go around the world and the chance that I might find myself doing something I can take some pride in after being bored by high school and wishing I didn't have to deal with the idiotic rules I've been subject to. I know there are rules in the marines, maybe even some stupid ones, but I'm under the impression that I won't feel like I'm being shit on before I even get to work. Is this incorrect? I could use my time in the military to think about what I plan to do in college and afterwards.
             Today I spoke to a marine recruiter for the first time. He t
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