Become A Precision Military Weapons Specialist

The job specialty of Marine Corps Precision Weapons Repair is a trained and skilled job. Not everyone that desires to get into this field is able to; a person has to qualify for this highly competitive field. The Marine Corps Precision Weapons Repair person deals with the inspection, maintenance, fabrication, repair and function of small arms, rifles and precision weapons systems. The Weapons Repairer is someone that works in support of a variety of different Marine Corps small arms programs, such as Depot Maintenance, Competition in Arms, and other Corps training and Intra support service programs. The Trained Marine Corps Support Weapons repair specialist is an expert in small arms and weapons systems repair.

To serve as a Marine Corps Weapons repairperson, there are some various requirements. A specific ASVAB score of 105 on the MM section is required to enter the Precision Weapons Repair program. A candidate will be at least a Corporal and have at least three years left on their obligated enlistment, the training that the Marine Corps invests in their Precision Weapons Repair Personnel is valuable and they do not want to deal with short timers in training new personnel. Other requirements for the Precision Weapons Repair Program include; being able to use equipment, machinist tools and power equipment, and a working knowledge of the Competition in Arms Program. You will attend basic training and learn how to become a Marine Corps enlisted member. The Marine Corps Weapons Repairer training is both in the classroom and on the job. After basic training, a candidate for Precision Weapons repairer will attend an advanced training school where different basic ordnance and weapons repair concepts are taught. Hands back up classroom training on use of tools and work on specific weapons and weapons systems. The candidate will learn how to service, repair and inspect basic small arms and ordnance, and learn how to solve basic repair problems.

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Other training will occur to assist in learning the skills necessary to work on the various types of weapons used in the Marine Corps. Civilian jobs that this training will prepare you for include machinist, metalworker, and gunsmith type occupations. You will work to maintain a variety of different Marine Corps weapons systems. You will maintain and repair the weapons used in your unit.




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military dot image Epsie    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

What badge of honor does the president present a person in the army

military dot image Taylor Waters    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

How do you become a weapons specialist? If someone knows any information please e-mail me at [email protected]

Taylor Waters

military dot image Gregory    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

how do i become a specialist? if u know please e mail me [email protected]

military dot image brandon    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

how do i become a weapons specialist if any on has information contact me at
[email protected] or [email protected]

military dot image Stanley    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

how do i become a weapons specialist for us army?

military dot image chris stearns    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

you have to take 4 years of college and i think 2 or 3 years in the army

military dot image raleigh    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

how do you become a weapons specialist for the military

military dot image zac parks    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I am highly interested in joining the national guard, I am a pistol and rifle competition shooter and want to enlist as a weapon specialists, can I get more info on such as to aquire this job
Thanks, zac

military dot image Ryan Noble    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Currently I am working on a school project if you have any information on a US Marine Corps Weapons Specialist contact me at [email protected] , Thankyou.

military dot image Randall Sellers    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Can some on email me how to become a weapon specialist
And how Is the job like what’s everything you do
Please email me at [email protected]

military dot image Jacob Spaulding    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I love weapons, and I like being around them so I guess this job would be right for me, at a ripe 15 1/2 years old BABEYYYY!

military dot image joey    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

hmmmm, i like guns:)

military dot image jc    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I am intersested not only in any and all wepons but the use, manufacturing and maintenance of them.Am a little iffy on the military tho.Highly self motivated,hard working and very quick learning individual!

military dot image Loren F.    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Is there a Weapons specialist program for the Navy? If not how could i become a Weapons Specialist?

military dot image Marc Hernandez    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

What are the requirements to be a weapon specialist? Is ‘Weapon Specialist’ and ‘Firearm Specialist’ the same thing? Who has that program(navy, army, marines etc) and which one is better ?

military dot image Fotoclub    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

And the final post: Trust me on this, 23 years as a Navy SEAL sniper, chief, demo guy, pllgaier of women (oops, thinking out loud again), you get the idea. Press on and get the mission done. God, then country, then everything else Let the whiners whine but they only have the right because you give it to them by giving up yours. Something they will NEVER understand. Press on bro.

military dot image Steven Boag    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

how would i become a weapon specialist or join the marine core?
i live in the U.K and i’m turning 16 soon,
just so i know how to get into the marines,
(would prefer the US Marine Core.
Contact me at
[email protected]

military dot image caleb    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I really like weapons and working with them!

military dot image Richard Nyanzi    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Hi am an accountant 31years I would like to join the military

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