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What do Marine reservists do during drill?


A drill is made up of two days of workout or training per month. Your wage, in addition, will be adjusted spontaneously for cost of living rises. You may get wage growths for each two years of accrued service and may receive special responsibility pay. However, what do marine reservists do during drill? Here are some examples:

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  • Get up really early.
  • Clean weapons.
  • Take different kinds of tests.
  • Attend classes about different topics.
  • Set up check points.
  • Learn how to prevent suicide and identity fraud.

They work in their section training for a possible field operation or deployment. Their job at drill is to train at their job to ensure readiness in their battery.

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