6 of the best Marine recruiting commercials ranked
Marine recruiters talk a good game to get prospects to sign on the dotted line, but words can only carry so much motivation. For some, it’s visual representation that can genuinely inspire a young adult to sign a contract and serve in the Corps.
Although posters are pretty cool, epic commercials that put adventure and self-righteousness on display are better.
So, check out six of the best Marine recruiting commercials.
6. “Battles Won”
This commercial uses incredible voice-over and even cooler animation to cover the Corps’ rich, inspiring history.
5. “Battle Up: 30”
One of the great recruiting commercials highlights the transformation of driven, young women into the ultimate Marine. Katy Perry may have intended to make her music video Part of Me feel like this motivating video, but she fell short.
4. “241 Years of Battles Won”
If this video doesn’t get you to want to sign up, we don’t know what freakin’ will. The epic advertisement showcases how the Marine Corps embodies the saying, “the few and the proud.”
3. “Rite of Passage”
Released in the late 1980s, this commercial showcases the Corps’ fighting spirit. The video symbolizes how troops will be trained to eliminate any threat that challenges their nation’s existence, even if that threat is a giant, flaming monster.
2. “The Climb”
Being a Marine means you’re going to face unbelievable mental and physical obstacles, but it’s how you overcome them that separates you from the rest of the population.
Marines pride themselves on finishing the mission using teamwork, and that’s what makes this commercial outstanding.
Taking a page out of the Legend of King Arthur, the Marines’ 1987 commercial invokes medieval knights to tell young men that if they become a part of the Corps, they would be seen as one of the greatest warriors who ever lived.
Now, who wants to sign up?