For the safety of the civilians armed forces are of prime importance. The main part of the military are the Marines and the Navy. In this article we shall delve into the differences of Marine and Navy.

Marines control the shores and are trained for amphibious operations which involve attacks from the sea by the naval forces. They have different structures even though they are a section of the Navy. Marines’ requirements are a high school diploma or GED equivalent. They should pass a Military Entrance Processing Station Medical Exam and the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery with a minimum score of 32.

Marines training is not as demanding as Navy Seals, however, the Marine Corps Basic Combat Training or boot camp is the most intense training in the military branch. The mission of Marines is amphibious and expeditionary warfare.

The main focus of the Navy is to maintain and protect the US interests at sea. They are capable of attacking the target on land using heavy guns and cruise missiles. To be eligible for Navy Seals, the candidate needs to have a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

They need to pass the Navy Seal Physical Screening Test, should have eligibility for security clearance and the physical exams for the Navy divers.

The Navy Seal training is very intense and daunting than any other special operation forces. That is why the dropout rate is 80%. The engage in missions such as Special Operations, Counter- Terrorism, Special Reconnaissance, Hostage Rescue, Counter Narcotic Operations and more.

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