If you can squat more than 300 pounds, the Marine Corps may want you to join its special cadre of casket-bearers. The service is soliciting applications for its Body Bearer Section, according to a recent public message. Body bearers carry caskets for Marines, former Marines and Marine family members buried at Arlington National Cemetery and other cemeteries in the National Capital Region, and occasionally travel around the country to conduct funeral honors for top officials and former presidents. Body bearers must possess “a high degree of maturity, leadership, judgment, and professionalism, as well as physical stamina and strength,” the message states. Minimum physical requirements include the ability to conduct 10 reps each of bench press with 225 lbs.; military press 135 lbs.; straight bar curl 115 lbs.; and squat 315 lbs. Only active-duty male Marines in the ranks of corporal or below who stand between 70 to 76 inches tall are eligible. Marines must be able to serve 30 months upon check-in to ceremonial drill school. Read more on Military.com.