Posted on Jun 13, 2015
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I am currently serving active duty in the Marine Corps, with the Marine Corps Embassy Security Group. Will have completed a bachelor's degree in law enforcement administration, in December 2015. T/S Clearance holder. I am hoping to transition, or LATMove into the Marine Corps' Criminal Investigation Agent MOS (5821). If that option is not available I would certainly entertain the possibly of transitioning services, to join up with the Air Force's Office of Special Investigations, Army CID or NCIS.

My goal overall is to remain on active in the military while working in the federal law enforcement community. All information and input is welcome and thank you in advance for sharing!
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CW3 Michael Clifford
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I had the occasion to attend CID Basic Course with four male Marines, all were single, like myself and had been fleet Marines before attending the course. I also had a vehicle at the course so it was natural that we all hung out together. I think the course did them well, as they all transferred to NCIS offices upon graduation. I also later ran a screening cell as a civilian contractor at Al Asad and was attached with the Marine PMO. Nothing but a personally rewarding assignment as a retired Army CW3 to work for a Marine Corp CW3.
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GySgt Criminal Investigator CID Agent
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If u want more information from a Marine CID agent instead of scuttlebutt, you can message me direct on [login to see] , or go direct with your local Marine CID office.
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Shannon Zurbrugg
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Can you message me please [login to see] or [login to see] . I have some questions on behalf of my son who wants to be a Marine Corps CID agent.

Thank you
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PFC Petroleum Supply Specialist
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I’d like more information as well. Mind if I emailed you?
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SGT Cid Special Agent
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Shoot me a msg il put u in touch with army CID people
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