There are many different exciting jobs in the Military, one of these is the Combat Marine Corps Reporter. The Combat Marine Corps Reporter or battle correspondent is the military specialty that deals with publishing and reporting, gathering, sharing and disseminating news and feature information about the United States Marine Corps.
It helps to provide information about policies and regulations about the military at large both internal and external military news and information. This position also helps to showcase Marine Corps Program, and the operations, success, change and activity of the United States Marine Corps.
To qualify for the position of Marine Corps Correspondent you have to first qualify with a high enough ASVAB score. You will assist with the supervision and publication of various command authorized Marine Corps publications and military newsletters.
This is a great job if you are interested in a career in journalism. Many combat correspondents have later went on to jobs with major newspapers, television networks and other broadcast and print journalism companies.
Working as a successful Marine Corps combat correspondent you can deal with many different responsibilities. You will be sent to school, to attend the Basic Journalism course. After learning the ropes you will be assigned a job in the field. You will work hard to gather feature and news materials for publications in magazines, command newspapers and newsletters, and for television and radio release to both external, and internal Marine usage.
So if this is a field you are interested in, talk to your local United States Marine Corps Recruiter today about possible enlistment as a Combat Reporter or Marine Corps Correspondent.