Marine Corps Creates New MOS For Recruiting Posters: 4311 Model, Basic Marine
THE PENTAGON — Headquarters Marine Corps has announced the creation a new military occupational specialty which will enhance the Division of Public Affairs' ability to communicate the mission and interests of the Marine Corps to a diverse public. The 4311 MOS: Model, Basic Marine will allow eligible Marines to develop a career path modeling new unpopular uniform proposals, posturing for recruiting posters, or acting in sexual assault and suicide prevention training videos.
"We're looking for women with strong jawlines and men with weak ones," said Yvonne Carlock, deputy public affairs officer for Manpower and Reserve Affairs. "Marines of the 21st Century run toward the sounds of social justice."
With this very exclusive MOS, Public Affairs hopes to build understanding, credibility, and trust with the public by portraying the Marine Corps as a more diverse institution than it actually is.
Currently, qualified officers and non-commissioned officers are being vetted for various career track…
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