Overall Reviews at U.S. Marine Corps
Quality Assurance Analyst | Jacksonville, NC | Feb 28, 2020
The work place is stable but high tempo as well, a variety of goals need to be met from a day to day basis in order to accomplish the task at hand. There is always a goal to be meet
Senior Mechanic | California | Nov 16, 2019
It has been an adventure to say the least.
I enjoy being a Marine. Its something i always wanted to beome since i ws a boy. I intended on making a career out of it. Being deployed, missing countless birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, and the birth of my second child. It was taking a tole on the relationships i had with my family and negativly affecting them. So that is why i am deciding to get out of the Marine Corps.
Aircraft Mechanic | San Diego, CA | Mar 16, 2020
results vary depending on your command
personally i love the corps and what we stand for. but after continuously being thrown under the bus for higher up's incompetence. being pressured into situations that make me responsible for the life of my friends and neglect proper procedures just so they could brag to other squadrons about how many aircraft we had operational. continually having promises of classes and promotions thrust at you to motivate you only to have them taken away on a whim because the don't want to replace you sucks. but cream corn.
Electrical Technician | Camp Pendleton, CA | Dec 28, 2019
It’s a racist work culture. You’re putting your country first so it’s work first. Leave can be denied at the commanders discretion regardless of the reason you need to take leave. Few good leaders actually stay in
Operations Associate | Yuma, AZ | Dec 26, 2019
High tempo and extremely competitive environment
Extensively long hours in austere conditions. High Tempo and extremely competitive work environment in a Military command structure. Skills that are fostered and developed encompass time and resource management, strong leadership skills, proactive decision-making skills, comprehensive understanding of company level logistics, supervision, management, administration, operations, communications, compliance, and budgeting.
Logistics Associate | Baden, PA | Apr 1, 2020
The Few, The Proud, The MARINES.
Best institution out there that america has to offer. Proud to have become a marine. Proud to have made marines as a drill instructor and proud to have been kept by the marine corps for 24 years.
Administrative Specialist | San Diego, CA | Apr 7, 2020
The Marine corps is a family organization that looks out for its member s and make sure everyone is perfectly situated to do the job and we all learn how to be a family.
Quality Control Supervisor | Twentynine Palms, CA | Mar 5, 2020
Worth the time
I have learned many skills and life lessons here that will help with the advancement of my future careers. I enjoy my job and every person I have come in contact with has taught me something.
Equipment Repair Technician | Cherry Point, NC | Feb 27, 2020
It was a very good opportunity to work for something bigger then me while learning a new skill.
It was a very good opportunity to work for something bigger then myself while learning a new skill. I would suggest this career path to anyone who needs a purpose.
Quality Control Supervisor | Camp Pendleton, CA | Oct 3, 2019
Led and supervised teams in support of Company operations.
I have found it to be a challenging & rewarding career for the four years I was enlisted. I have learned to manage, lead and supervise others under duress. As a Bulk Fuel Specialist, I learned to work with different types of aircraft and learn how to operate different types of fuel and water pump systems.