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1. Pride of Belonging
2. Challenge
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4. Self-Reliance, Self Direction, Self-Discipline
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6. Technical Skills (Part 1)
". Technical Skills (Part 2)
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10. Physical Fitness
11. Travel & Adventure
12. Introduction to the Navy
13. Navy Past, Present, & Future
14. Navy Nuclear Power
15. SEALs, EOD, & Navy Diver
16. Path to a Commission... Officer Programs
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Pride of Belonging

Throughout the last 50 years, the Navy team has been called on more than any other service to respond to crises in distant lands in support of U. S. national interests. There has and will continue to be a need for Sailors to serve on this elite team.


The Navy is fully engaged and forward deployed -- trained and ready...
We have much to be proud of...
Hold our heads high so that we can see past any obstacles to our destination...
Do the right thing...
Navy -- skilled people professionally executing a wide spectrum of missions.

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What good is an empty ship (or empty base?)

The Navy is a high-tech, world-wide service, operating on land and sea, in the air, and beneath the oceans. But our most important asset is not the technology or equipment. It's our people. Young people like you and your friends, ready to work together as a tightly-knit team. That's what the Navy is really all about.

What a team the Navy is!

Approximately 400,000 dedicated men and women serve on more than 300 ships and submarines, 6,000 aircraft, and at shore bases worldwide. Over 50 countries are called on each year at some 18,000 ports of call! Just imagine how much teamwork each part of that operation requires. If you liked teams or groups in school, you will find an even bigger opportunity here!

What does it take?

Young men and women who have the potential to learn, grow, and accept responsibility. Here's the best part. Once you join the Navy -- the nation's premiere regional crisis response force -- you're a member of that team. In fact, you don't need any experience to start. You'll get all of the training you need, plus earn full pay and benefits while being a member of the most elite naval force on the planet.

How much time will I spend at sea?

It depends. Normally ships will go to sea for five days to two weeks each month for training operations. Extended operations away from home port can last up to six months. This varies depending on the mission and type of ship. Ships on six-month deployments often spend part of the time visiting ports throughout the world.

What things are there for me to do on a ship?

Aside from your normal assigned duties in your work centers and standing watches, you'll find ample time for some leisure activities, too. That's right. There are many ways to spend your off-time. Depending on the size of the ship, youll have access to places such as exercise rooms, libraries, video arcades, sports programs, theatres, computer rooms, dining facilities, barber shops, and stores. Many ships also provide college coursework.