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  1. ToUnderstand is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by FickleFingerOfFate
    Umm, If you're an American Citizen, living in Florida, why would you want to join the Korean Marine Corps? The USMC has more than enough openings for people who want to serve, and if you want to learn a self defense, join MCMAP.

    If you're dead set on learning TKD in Korea, Join any of the U.S. Military branches and request posting there.

    Or am I missing something....
    I do not wish to join the ROKMC so i could train in TKD, i wish to join the ROKMC because i feel a fillial duty to my motherland. Im more than willing to pay my debt to america by joining the USMC for 2-4 years, but the question is when i leave the USMC would i be able to join the ROKMC? You could say becoming a HaeByungDae was a childhood dream of mine that i really would like to fullfill.

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    BTW MaverickZ we all no GwangJu thugz are the most scary, they make you laugh then kill you. GwangJu people are scary period.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToUnderstand
    Also Tukkong i have a question for you how might i be able to join the ROKMC i do not hold dual citizenship and im a american citizen.
    Why the hell would you want to do something like that? If you're dead set on joining the military do it here. The ROKMC pays almost nothing to it's personnel and they actually will beat you. Not to mention that you would be regarded as an outsider and treated accordingly.
    Without being a citizen I don't think it's even possible to do so and there would be absolutely no benefit to doing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by D Dempsey
    Why the hell would you want to do something like that? If you're dead set on joining the military do it here. The ROKMC pays almost nothing to it's personnel and they actually will beat you. Not to mention that you would be regarded as an outsider and treated accordingly.
    Without being a citizen I don't think it's even possible to do so and there would be absolutely no benefit to doing it.
    Im well aware of how the ROKMC trains but i doubt they would label me an outsider by the time i join i will be on native speaking level and since im korean they probally could not tell i am an outsider, especially since i mostly speak in gyeong sang do dialect even now. Also its not about the money its about duty to the motherland, like i said im willing to pay what little debt i have to this country by serving 2-4 years in USMC, but i rather not serve more than that.
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    "Age:
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    Oooooh, well that explains it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToUnderstand
    Im well aware of how the ROKMC trains but i doubt they would label me an outsider by the time i join i will be on native speaking level and since im korean they probally could not tell i am an outsider, especially since i mostly speak in gyeong sang do dialect even now. Also its not about the money its about duty to the motherland, like i said im willing to pay what little debt i have to this country by serving 2-4 years in USMC, but i rather not serve more than that.
    Unless they changed things, which I doubt, the minimum enlistment in the Marine Corps is 4 years. Depending on MOS it could be more.
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    Yeah, i dont hide my age and what is that supposed to explain does some awakening happen magically when i turn 18?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToUnderstand
    Yeah, i dont hide my age and what is that supposed to explain does some awakening happen magically when i turn 18?
    More like 25. It's called experiance.
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    On a side note, someone mentioned MCMAP. That was probably the best MA training that I have had. Big step up from LINE.
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    is MCAMP the USMC martial art?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtDutch
    More like 25. It's called experiance.
    Very true. Some would probable say older.
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