Every single man and woman who answers the call to be one of the enlisted members of the United States Marine Corps has to go through a grueling training process known as boot camp. While being instructed they will come to know one of the toughest and most helpful elements that they might face while going through training: the drill instructor. The job is so important because without these tough trainers, the Marines would not be the military powerhouse that they are today.
What You Will Do
When you work in this position you will be living with and working with a recruit platoon to take them from civilians to Marines. You will instruct each recruit on the ways of life in the United States Marine Corps. You will help them understand how to take and follow orders as well as what their place is in the US Marines. You will be responsible for teaching rifle nomenclature and so much more.
Get the Training
It is important to keep in mind that this is not an entry level position. You will need to go through service to get to the point where you are a sergeant in the Marines. You will then need to go through Drill Instructor School. You will also need to learn how to properly instruct troops and inspire greatness in everything that they do while they wear the uniform.