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 What is a corpman in the marines?

Answer The United States Marine Corps has no medical branch of its own. For this reason the 'medics' assigned to Marine units are Hospital Corpsmen of the United States Navy.Marine Corps OrganizationThe ... Read More »
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Are the U.S. Marines in The Hunt for Eagle One MARSOC marines or regular infantry marines?

Most likely MARSOC. I don't recall seeing a specific unit given in the film.
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What are the main differences between the Royal Marines and the US Marines?

The Royal Marines are a much smaller body of men who receive a longer and more intensive basic training and more advanced training in special operations skills.
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How would you join the Marines via Navy ROTC and what kind of action can a second lieutenant in the Marines expect to see?

Marine Corps Officers obtain a commission through either the US Naval Academy, the NROTC program or Marine Corps Officers' Candidate School. Contact your local Marine Recruiter for details. A Brow... Read More »
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If you were already in the British Marines can you then join the US Marines?

Yes you can, with some tests and appropriate background checks. There may be restrictions on MOS based on citizenship.
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