USMC : United States Marine Corps
• Branch of United StatesArmed forces• Combined arms taskforces• Directly under thecommand of US President• For fast Imple...
• Amphibious, Hybrid                                       warfare & major                                       combat/co...
Korean War                   World War 1 & 2Vietnam War   War against terrorism
Organization structure                   President            Commandant of marine Corps         Asst. Commandant of Marin...
Culture                                          Eagle                                          Globe                   ...
RecruitmentMarine Corps RecruitingCommandMilitary Entrance ProcessingStation• Bachelor’s for CommissionedOfficers• High Sc...
One Country - Two regions - Three Districts – Stations - SubstationsMS West             MS East                          R...
Training Under two commands : Parris Island, NC & San Diego , CATraining Schedule• Receiving Phase• Phase one• Phase Two• ...
Receiving Phase• Bus enroute to Recruit Depot• ‘Yellow Footprints’• Uniform code of Military justice• Utilities ,Physical ...
Phase one ( Four weeks )• Cutting off from Civilian habits & Mindsets• Reinforcing the mental & Physical standards• Stress...
Phase Three• The polishing phase• Trained under more realistic combat conditions• Basic Warrior Training : Camouflage, Low...
The Graduation• All recruits sent home for 10days• Medal of Honor• ‘Gong show’                            Continuing educa...
Thank You
Ref : www.marines.comPraveenpaul.ibt@gmail.com
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Us Marines Human Resource point of view

  1. 1. USMC : United States Marine Corps
  2. 2. • Branch of United StatesArmed forces• Combined arms taskforces• Directly under thecommand of US President• For fast Implementationand execution of Americanforeign policy 13th marine expeditionary unit
  3. 3. • Amphibious, Hybrid warfare & major combat/counter insurgency operations • Trained to fight in Air, land & Sea • Ability to rapidly respond on short notice to expeditionary crisis • Utilizes 6 % of US1st Battalion 7th marines in Baghdad Military budget
  4. 4. Korean War World War 1 & 2Vietnam War War against terrorism
  5. 5. Organization structure President Commandant of marine Corps Asst. Commandant of Marine corpsCommissioned Warrant Officers officers (Specialized field ) First Sergeant Sergeant majorEnlisted Marines Enlisted Marines
  6. 6. Culture  Eagle  Globe  Anchor Corps emblem Corps Motto ‘Semper Fidelis’ With Fortitude‘esprit de corps’•Reinforce camaraderie Core Values•Set the service apart from others Honor Courage Commitment
  7. 7. RecruitmentMarine Corps RecruitingCommandMilitary Entrance ProcessingStation• Bachelor’s for CommissionedOfficers• High School Diploma forMarines Standards for Physical fitness Medical Fitness Legal verifications Drug use
  8. 8. One Country - Two regions - Three Districts – Stations - SubstationsMS West MS East Recruiting Stations (Metropolitan Areas) Recruiting Sub Stations (Smaller Cities & Rural Areas)
  9. 9. Training Under two commands : Parris Island, NC & San Diego , CATraining Schedule• Receiving Phase• Phase one• Phase Two• Phase Three• The Crucible• Graduation
  10. 10. Receiving Phase• Bus enroute to Recruit Depot• ‘Yellow Footprints’• Uniform code of Military justice• Utilities ,Physical traininguniforms & toiletries• Medical fitness, Vaccines,Medicines• Introduction to Drill instructor &Commander of the company
  11. 11. Phase one ( Four weeks )• Cutting off from Civilian habits & Mindsets• Reinforcing the mental & Physical standards• Stressful situations to prepare them for future combat• “This Recruit” & importance of team work• Swimming & water survival• Marine Corps Martial Arts ProgramPhase Two ( Two weeks)• Essential Field Skills• Marksmanship Rifle training• Team weak & Team Honor
  12. 12. Phase Three• The polishing phase• Trained under more realistic combat conditions• Basic Warrior Training : Camouflage, Low Crawling, landnavigation, Gas survivalThe Crucible• The final test• 54 Hr continuous field training• three MREs (= Meal Ready-to-Eat, a self-contained, individualfield ration and four to eight hours of sleep through the entire 54-hour even• Identification of leaders
  13. 13. The Graduation• All recruits sent home for 10days• Medal of Honor• ‘Gong show’ Continuing education • Updating of skills ( 29 days program) • For those marines who lack skills on job • Marine combat training • Infantry training battalion
  14. 14. Thank You
  15. 15. Ref : www.marines.comPraveenpaul.ibt@gmail.com

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