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I'm ready to take the first step to become a Marine Corps Officer. How do I begin the process?

Updated: Oct 8, 2021

The Marines have recruiters that specifically recruit for either the officer or enlisted side but cannot recruit for the other side. So if you're interested in becoming a Marine Officer, make sure you specifically ask to speak with an Officer Selections Officer (OSO) or an Officer Selections Assistant (OSA). OSO's are there to provide information about the Officer programs, answer questions and guide you through the selection process. If you'e ready to speak to an OSO, you can request to be matched with your nearest office using this form.

Being a Marine Officer is more than a job; it's a calling. It is a profession that requires women and men of the highest caliber. If you think you meet this standard and want to become an officer in the Marine Corps, check out the website below and request to speak to your local Officer Selection Officer, Captain Chad Harper.



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