The Eagle, Globe and Anchor, the U.S. Marine Corps logo, traces its roots to the designs and ornaments of the early Continental Marines as well as the United Kingdom's Royal Marines. It originally consisted of an anchor ... More »

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A variety of websites, including the Marine Shop, Grunt.com and Amazon.com, have United States Marine Corps (USMC) window decals for sale. Some decals feature the Marine Corps seal, the "Semper Fi" slogan or a combinatio... More »

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The salary of a Marine Corps officer depends on his rank and years spent in service. As of 2015, the starting pay of the lowest ranked officer, second lieutenant, is $2,784 a month. This increases to $3,503 a month for s... More »

The insignia for the U.S. Marine Corps is the Eagle, Globe and Anchor. The insignia was originally created in 1868, but became the official Marine Corps insignia in 1955. More »

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The Marine Corps has a history dating back to 1775, when it was established by the Continental Congress. The Marines were originally intended for use as a maritime fighting force, allowing sailors to handle the ship, but... More »

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To enlist in the U.S. Marine Corps, complete the Contact a Recruiter form on the official Marines website to receive the contact information of a local recruiter that you can enlist with. Recruits must meet specific elig... More »

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The main responsibilities of the U.S. Marine Corps is to protect naval bases, guard United States embassies and serve as a quick strike force to protect U.S. interests. Many Marines serve as infantrymen, but many also se... More »

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