Officer Career Tool

To earn the title of United States Marine Corps Officer is to earn the respect of a nation and the pride of belonging to an elite group of individuals.
How you choose to define your service to your nation is the next important decision. Every role in the Marine Corps serves a critical purpose in winning
our nation's battles—whether they are to aid in the aftermath of a natural disaster or to conduct counter insurgency operations against a hostile regime.
This career tool can help you find which path is right for you.

choose your pathDiscover which Marine career opportunities are available to you.
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Roles in the Corps: Air Traffic Control Officer
 

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Roles in the Corps: AAV Officer
 

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Roles in the Corps: Aviation Maintenance Officer
 

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Roles in the Corps: Combat Engineer
 

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Roles in the Corps: Communications Officer
 

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Roles in the Corps: Field Artillery Officer
 

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Roles in the Corps: Fixed-Wing Pilot
 

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Roles in the Corps: Ground Supply Officer
 

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Roles in the Corps: Infantry Officer
 

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Roles in the Corps: Logistics Officer
 

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Roles in the Corps: Marine Corps Judge Advocate
 

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Roles in the Corps: Military Police Officer
 

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Roles in the Corps: Naval Flight Officer
 

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Roles in the Corps: Public Affairs Officer
 

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Roles in the Corps: Rotary-Wing and Tilt-Rotor Pilots
 

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Roles in the Corps: Signals Intelligence Officer
 
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Paths to become an Officer

Use this interactive tool to understand the various paths that can lead to earning a commission as a Marine Officer. From educational requirements to training specifications, this tool outlines the journey for those seeking to become a leader of Marines.

Paths to become an Officer