United States Marine Corps

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English: The United States Marine Corps (USMC) is a branch of the U.S. military responsible for providing power projection from the sea, utilizing the mobility of the U.S. Navy to rapidly deliver combined-arms task forces to global crises.

Becoming a Marine[edit]

Training[edit]

Physical Training[edit]

See United States Marine Corps training.

Marksmanship[edit]

Unit training[edit]

Exercises[edit]

See United States Marine Corps military exercises.

United States Marine Corps History[edit]

See History of the United States Marine Corps.

World War I[edit]

See United States Marine Corps in World War I.

World War II[edit]

See United States Marine Corps in World War II.

Korea[edit]

See United States Marine Corps in the Korean War.

Vietnam[edit]

See United States Marine Corps in Vietnam.

Lebanon[edit]

See United States Marine Corps in Lebanon.

The War on Terror[edit]

Afghanistan (2001–present)[edit]

See United States Marine Corps in Afghanistan.

Iraq (2003-present)[edit]

See United States Marine Corps in Iraq.

Marine Corps Firepower[edit]

Small arms[edit]

See Weapons of the United States Marine Corps.

Rockets, missiles and crew serviced weapons[edit]

Artillery[edit]

See Artillery of the United States Marine Corps.

Vehicles[edit]

See Vehicles of the US Marine Corps.

Aviation[edit]

See United States Marine Corps aviation.

Marine Corps Abilities[edit]

See United States Marine Corps power projection.

From the Sea[edit]

From the Air[edit]

To fight on Land[edit]

Snow[edit]

Desert[edit]

Tropical[edit]

Urban[edit]

Security and policing[edit]

Logistics, maintenance, intelligence and engineering support[edit]

See United States Marine Corps supporting arms.

Eagle, Globe, and Anchor[edit]

See Emblems of the United States Marine Corps.

Life in the Marine Corps[edit]

See Life in the United States Marine Corps.

Uniforms[edit]

See Uniforms of the United States Marine Corps.

Sport[edit]

See Sports in the United States Marine Corps.

Down time[edit]

Ceremony[edit]

See Ceremony in the United States Marine Corps.

In Memoriam[edit]

Marines in Public life[edit]

See People of the United States Marine Corps.

Prototype technologies[edit]