If you’re in the military looking for a job in recruiting or the Navy, there’s a list of potential candidates out there.
Here’s the 10 best candidates in the Navy and Marine Corps to find a job.
General Thomas “Trey” Nance Jr. (Marine Corps) The general is currently in his third deployment to Afghanistan.
He’s been a Marine since 2011, and has served on a variety of missions.
During his service, he helped train and provide security in the Afghan city of Kandahar, Afghanistan.
His most recent deployment was to South Korea.
James A. “Skip” Roper (Marines) The chief of the marine corps, Roper has served in his post since 2008.
He was previously stationed in the Philippines and is now a military judge advocate in the Northern District of Virginia.
He currently serves on the National Security Council.
Mark L. “Mark” Luebeck (Mariners) Lue, the chief of staff of the Marine Corps, is currently the assistant secretary of defense for acquisition and technology, and is currently serving as a deputy assistant secretary for strategy and policy.
Robert J. “Bob” Linn (Marinas) The son of Navy admiral Robert Linn, Linn has served as the chief naval officer of the U.S. Navy since 2015.
He is currently stationed at Naval Station Norfolk.
William L. Harkins (Marins) The father of Navy Admiral William Harkin, Harkens has served the Navy for 26 years.
He has served both the Naval Reserve and the active duty.
He also serves as the deputy commander of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Paul A. Roper III (Marina) The second son of Admiral Roper, Ropers was born in New York City and is the second son to serve in the U-2 fleet.
He served as a Navy intelligence officer during the Korean War.
Jeffery “Jeff” Roker (Mariner) The grandson of Admiral Robert Roper and the third son of Roper.
He graduated from West Point in 1991 and served in the Army for seven years.
Mark Roper Jr. Roker Jr. is the father of Admiral Mark Roker.
He received his bachelor’s degree from the Naval War College in 1994 and his master’s degree in law from Georgetown University Law Center in 2000.
He worked for the Navy as an assistant secretary from 2006 to 2009.
Roper Sr. Ropers Jr. was the first son of the current Admiral Ropers.
He went to college at Princeton and received a law degree from Georgetown Law Center.
Andrew “Andy” Ropers Sr. (Navy) The youngest of the three Ropers, Andrew joined the Navy in 2014 after completing his law degree at Georgetown.
He earned his law degrees from the U of Pennsylvania School of Law in 2017 and the University of Chicago Law School in 2018.