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    Man enough? Intelligent? Like it is more demanding than the Corps. Oh boy!


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    Quote Originally Posted by VictoryttBold View Post
    Must be nice to have never done anything wrong in your life.
    CoveyRider: This is the kind of stuff Dave has started threads about. When you see this kind of post, you know what Dave is talking about. He does admit that the original poster was wrong for getting the tat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MarineInMaking View Post
    yes i was a teenager once, and still am learning life. I wasn't born with a silver stick up my ass. I had too learn my lessons myself and through my own mistakes, and it's made me into the man i am today. I wouldn't change one second of what i did, and if i could go back in time and stop myself from getting this on my wrist, i wouldn't. It's a part of my personal history that i will cherish the rest of my life. It is of no concern to me whether or not you approve.
    Go back and read post #30 and this time let it sink in.


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    Go in the Navy and become a Medic,and if your good enough they might put you with the Marines,Marines take care of their Doc,s and Doc,s take care of their Marines,nuff said.


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    ANY action you do, may or may not result in Unintended Consequences.

    We're not putting you down for what you did,. you asked questions. Marines answered questions.
    Crap happens in life.
    None of My Marine friends in here that i know of work at MEPS. It was a Military Doctor most likely that disqualified you from current standards they're picking with for guidelines.

    Your tribal tat at least didnt cause the end of your life grasshopper. It's mearly causing you a longer journey if you intend on reaching your desired destination.

    Try perhaps a different recruiting zone/district that uses a new set of doctors.

    Believe it or not, we Marines do actually respect SOME parts of Military Service other than the U.S. Marine Corps. First that comes to my mind is the US Navy FMF Corpsmen. I'll spend my last dollar buying a "Doc" a beer, and say thanks for Making House Calls.

    With the economy as bad as it is, and the Marinecorps reducing in manpower. More people are trying to stay in or get in. The End result as you are finding now is just that the Standards have been raised.

    Your options are only limited by your immagination and your budget...Got the Jingwha for a plastic surgeon?? can it be modified and termed Unintentional scar tissue from an accident??

    Tattoo needle and no ink gave you your "tribe tat" you were after when you got it.

    good luck grasshopper...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Marine View Post
    Go back and read post #30 and this time let it sink in.
    i don't understand how that's related, and say what you will i already have a plan in motion too remedy this situation. Whether or not it will work is another story, but at least i'm not just laying down and taking it like you're suggesting.

    If you have nothing constructive to say i'll just stop reading your posts


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    Gunny..with all due respect..

    And..as a Marine..this young man may have what it takes.

    Didn't Chesty Puller once say "take me to the brig..i want to
    see the real Marines"

    IF..he can finish boot..he may be able to kick some ass.

    Not all good Marines were recruited based on their resume.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MarineInMaking View Post
    i don't understand how that's related, and say what you will i already have a plan in motion too remedy this situation. Whether or not it will work is another story, but at least i'm not just laying down and taking it like you're suggesting.

    If you have nothing constructive to say i'll just stop reading your posts

    Wow this thing had more legs than I thought

    I have no idea why you wanted to join the Corps, what did you wish to do if you did get in?

    BTW not a good idea to talk to a Gunny like that


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    The Army is awaiting you. If you are as smart as you claim to be you will not tell them the Marine Corps refused to have you in their ranks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MarineInMaking View Post
    If you have nothing constructive to say i'll just stop reading your posts
    Lookie here young man.....you came here on a Marine Corps site, and in the wrong forum I might add, looking for advice and it was given. You don't like it, oh well.....to bad.


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    Quote Originally Posted by USNAviator View Post
    Wow this thing had more legs than I thought

    I have no idea why you wanted to join the Corps, what did you wish to do if you did get in?

    BTW not a good idea to talk to a Gunny like that
    Come on Commander, I'm sure you can figure it out without his wise azz answer.

    Without a doubt he wants to be Roger Recon all the way.


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    Quote Originally Posted by m14ed View Post
    ANY action you do, may or may not result in Unintended Consequences.

    We're not putting you down for what you did,. you asked questions. Marines answered questions.
    Crap happens in life.
    None of My Marine friends in here that i know of work at MEPS. It was a Military Doctor most likely that disqualified you from current standards they're picking with for guidelines.

    Your tribal tat at least didnt cause the end of your life grasshopper. It's mearly causing you a longer journey if you intend on reaching your desired destination.

    Try perhaps a different recruiting zone/district that uses a new set of doctors.

    Believe it or not, we Marines do actually respect SOME parts of Military Service other than the U.S. Marine Corps. First that comes to my mind is the US Navy FMF Corpsmen. I'll spend my last dollar buying a "Doc" a beer, and say thanks for Making House Calls.

    With the economy as bad as it is, and the Marinecorps reducing in manpower. More people are trying to stay in or get in. The End result as you are finding now is just that the Standards have been raised.

    Your options are only limited by your immagination and your budget...Got the Jingwha for a plastic surgeon?? can it be modified and termed Unintentional scar tissue from an accident??

    Tattoo needle and no ink gave you your "tribe tat" you were after when you got it.

    good luck grasshopper...


    yes, i have thought of just burning it or scratching the **** out of it too make it look like an unintentional scar, however, not only does that show various psychological issues, but is still considered fraudulent enlistment, which isn't my goal.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Marine View Post
    Come on Commander, I'm sure you can figure it out without his wise azz answer.

    Without a doubt he wants to be Roger Recon all the way.
    Aye Gunny, you'll have to excuse me, too many high g turns, too little blood left on top of the stacking swivel.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by 06yz125 View Post
    Gunny..with all due respect..

    And..as a Marine..this young man may have what it takes.

    Didn't Chesty Puller once say "take me to the brig..i want to
    see the real Marines"

    IF..he can finish boot..he may be able to kick some ass.

    Not all good Marines were recruited based on their resume.
    No disrespect to Chesty, but sometimes I wonder what he was drinking when he made a statement such as that. I personnaly do not see where a Marine Brig Rat is any more a Marine than one who is not a Brig Rat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by USNAviator View Post
    Wow this thing had more legs than I thought

    I have no idea why you wanted to join the Corps, what did you wish to do if you did get in?

    BTW not a good idea to talk to a Gunny like that
    the job i had in mind was 0231 Intel specialist and get 0211 Counterintelligence and HUMINT within a few years

    the other job i was recommended was Cryptic linguist or something like that, i have less knowledge of that job but it was recommended and i plan on reading up on it.

    the reason i want intel is because i have a job waiting for me at home if i did. I chose the Corps. because it was the most challenging and offered the most for me. I chose military because i, again, thought it would benefit me better as a person.


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