Soldiers of the Sea

Soldiers of the Sea, known better as the Marines, require a lot of equipment and skill to exceed expectations set by their country. Along with the nickname Soldiers of the Sea, you may also hear Marines referred to as Jarheads and Leathernecks because of their high-and-tight haircuts and uniforms they wore in the Revolutionary War.

Since their start in 1775, the Marines have been trained to respond quickly and forcefully in a time of crisis. Each Marine is first and foremost a rifleman, no matter their military occupational specialty. The United States Marine Corps, or USMC, share a bond of being bold, creative, intelligent and true to their warrior spirit. These exceptional characteristics give the Marines the opportunity to be America’s first line of defense.

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Although the USMC are not defined by their weapons, to continue to be number one in combat readiness they must ensure their equipment has been maintained properly and is ready to be used at a moment’s notice. Mobility is one of the most important qualities when it comes to a Marine’s equipment. Because of their role as the first to fight, the USMC must ensure that almost all of its equipment can be loaded and transported on the ships of a Marine Expeditionary Unit. This includes everything from tanks, trucks and aircrafts to swaging tools.

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Everything from their warrior spirit to responding swiftly to a crisis and having equipment mobile ready is what leads to the Marines’ incomparable war fighting capabilities, the very key to winning.

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For more info on buying things like swaging tools or aircraft parts visit AeroBaseGroup.

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