What paperwork do Marine recruits have to fill out?
Hey Allison Choi. First thank you for the question. Any applicant looking to enlist into the Marines would complete whats called an enlistment package. Now there is a lot that goes into that package. Anything from police history, medical history, as well as various policies that the Marine Corps has to include policies on drugs, gang affiliation, our Core Values (Honor, Courage, Commitment), etc. I hope this answers your question a little bit. I just got off of recruiting a couple months ago.
Why don't employees like to fill out progress reports?
Why would anyone like to fill out a progress report?A progress report sounds like required paperwork that I have to state every little thing I have completed. Or some financial spreadsheet that takes tedious work. They only way you can find someone who wants to fill out paperwork is if they're actually passionate about it. A suggestion would be to make sure they understand the progress report's purpose. Also, it may lift spirits to know the results of all the progress reports in the form of the overall company progress report. People like to know they're making a difference.
How do I fill out a 1120 tax report?
If you are not sophisticated with taxes, DON'T try this form. You can get yourself in a lot of trouble. Get a good CPA or EA. The time and effort it will take you to figure this thing out is not worth it. If you value your time at more than the minimum wage, you will save time and money by hiring a professional.
Does a marine on deployment have to fill a form out?
As an 0331 I was pointed in the right direction and deployed. No forms, had more shots in 2 days than I ever thought possible. Flew from LAX to Hawaii to Okinawa then LPD 9 USS Denver to Da Nang. As a PFC at the time no forms I can recall. Made out my will in Boot Camp. No Visa, no port entry inspection, Just grab your gear and go. During my 18 months in South East Asia I deployed 6 different times from Vietnam, Okinawa and the Philippines. No paperwork involved on my part. Probably why they didn’t know where I was for 3 month’s in 1971. I found this out when I was approved for Agent Orange benefits in 2014. I told them. Back then it was an office pogue that typed out your military record on a remington typewriter, hard copy using the sneaker net. So stuff got misplaced or just not done. Who Knows, at least I got my orders to cross the pond and 45 days payed vacation at home. So the important stuff was done. Still didn’t do paperwork to stand down and go home.
Do I have to fill out a witness report at school?
I am not sure what is going on in particulars but considering the vagueness I recommend that you:1. Ask to consult with your parents first if you are a minor before you do anything you are uncomfortable with, in this case, signing a witness statement.2. Review your school handbook with your parents if you received one (most do at the beginning of a school year which the student and guardian both sign) You or your parents may as for a copy of it from the school if you no longer have it3. If your parents are wary about you signing anything they should consult a legal professional.