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I watched the Army/Navy game heard how only 3 military teams play for the Commander in Chief trophy. Just for fun I did a Coast Guard team and I plan to do a Marines one also..

http://www.easports.com/teambuilder13#/school/2258096934:1387066570

Marines are a part of navy and dont have there own academy

Isn't there two, one on Parris Island and one in San Diego?

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I watched the Army/Navy game heard how only 3 military teams play for the Commander in Chief trophy. Just for fun I did a Coast Guard team and I plan to do a Marines one also..

http://www.easports.com/teambuilder13#/school/2258096934:1387066570

Marines are a part of navy and dont have there own academy

Isn't there two, one on Parris Island and one in San Diego?

Those are the two biggest Marine bases. Officers in the Marine Corps graduate from the Naval Academy in Annapolis (or through ROTC or OCS). The USMC is part of the USN.

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I watched the Army/Navy game heard how only 3 military teams play for the Commander in Chief trophy. Just for fun I did a Coast Guard team and I plan to do a Marines one also..

http://www.easports.com/teambuilder13#/school/2258096934:1387066570

Marines are a part of navy and dont have there own academy

Isn't there two, one on Parris Island and one in San Diego?

Those are the two biggest Marine bases. Officers in the Marine Corps graduate from the Naval Academy in Annapolis (or through ROTC or OCS). The USMC is part of the USN.

Um, no. They're not. They may both be under the Secretary of the Navy but the Marines are certainly not part of the Navy.

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I watched the Army/Navy game heard how only 3 military teams play for the Commander in Chief trophy. Just for fun I did a Coast Guard team and I plan to do a Marines one also..

http://www.easports.com/teambuilder13#/school/2258096934:1387066570

Marines are a part of navy and dont have there own academy

Isn't there two, one on Parris Island and one in San Diego?

Those are the two biggest Marine bases. Officers in the Marine Corps graduate from the Naval Academy in Annapolis (or through ROTC or OCS). The USMC is part of the USN.

Um, no. They're not. They may both be under the Secretary of the Navy but the Marines are certainly not part of the Navy.

The Marines are part of the department of the Navy, so yeah, they kind of are.

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I watched the Army/Navy game heard how only 3 military teams play for the Commander in Chief trophy. Just for fun I did a Coast Guard team and I plan to do a Marines one also..

http://www.easports.com/teambuilder13#/school/2258096934:1387066570

Marines are a part of navy and dont have there own academy

Isn't there two, one on Parris Island and one in San Diego?

Those are the two biggest Marine bases. Officers in the Marine Corps graduate from the Naval Academy in Annapolis (or through ROTC or OCS). The USMC is part of the USN.

Um, no. They're not. They may both be under the Secretary of the Navy but the Marines are certainly not part of the Navy.

The Marines are administratively part of the Navy and have been for most of their existence (which is true of most, if not all military organizations labeled "marines"). Their officers go to Annapolis and NROTC programs, and the Marines originally existed to provide infantry for U.S. Navy warships.

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Just for clarification...

Army - United States Military Academy; West Point, NY; Division I

Navy - United Sates Naval Academy; Annapolis, MD; Division I

Air Force - United States Air Force Academy; Colorado Springs, CO; Division I

The Citadel - ROTC, closer to Coast Guard & Army; Charleston, SC; Division I

Virginia Military Institute - ROTC, closer to Army; Lexington, VA; Division I

Coast Guard - United States Coast Guard Academy; New London, CT; Division III

Norwich University -ROTC, under US Dept. of Defense (no specific branch); Norwich, VT; Division III

Navy Prep - Naval Academy Preparatory School; Newport, RI; Division III / Jr College

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To clarify everything there are 6 Division 1 schools that are Senior Military Colleges. the three academies (Navy, Army, Air Force), the Citadel, VMI, and Texas A&M.

Every body else is D II or D III. the Marines are part of the navy they go through naval training/ navy rotc until they commission and or enlist in the marines, they do not have seperate sports teams.

Yes, Texas A&M is a senior military college and commissions more people into the military outside of the academies, and boasts a 2500 Corps of Cadets which I happen to be a part of

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To clarify everything there are 6 Division 1 schools that are Senior Military Colleges. the three academies (Navy, Army, Air Force), the Citadel, VMI, and Texas A&M.

Every body else is D II or D III. the Marines are part of the navy they go through naval training/ navy rotc until they commission and or enlist in the marines, they do not have seperate sports teams.

Yes, Texas A&M is a senior military college and commissions more people into the military outside of the academies, and boasts a 2500 Corps of Cadets which I happen to be a part of

No! Bad Aggy! *slaps with rolled up newspaper*

EDIT-FYI, Senior Military Colleges are not on the level of service academies and you forgot Virginia Tech in your Division I litany.

and also VMI, the Citadel, and Texas A&M do everything that the academies do, the only exception is that Texas A&M cadets interact with terrorize 48,000 other students

Fixed that for you. BTW, look behind you-a student is standing on the lawn.

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