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When you're faced with your most difficult challenges, it requires more than strength to overcome these adversities. In a battle of wits, it's the individual with the strongest mind who wins. If you want to strengthen your mind and body, if you're looking for a place where the muscles are strengthened and the mind is sharpened, we have a place for you in the Navy. You'll be challenged to take your place along side the many Sailors who've come before you, to lead in a world that searches for leaders.


We have forged leaders,
We have challenged youth,
We have provided wisdom,
We have defended the United States of America,
Before the United States became a Nation or was known by the title ~ Over 200 years! Come meet the challenge with us!

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Challenge of Being a Sailor:

  • A chance to test yourself and see what you're made of
  • Gain immense personal satisfaction
  • Distinguish yourself from the crowd
  • Demanding mental and physical challenges that make life exciting
  • The CHALLENGE of forging a team and then the determination to work as a team

Mental Challenge:

  • Learn to think critically in difficult situations
  • Use your imagination and initiative, be recognized and rewarded
  • Learn to think fast and act decisively
  • Learn to adapt quickly to changing situations
  • Work on continuous self-improvement

Physical Challenge:

  • Recruit Training
  • Physical Training
  • Physical Fitness Test
  • Sports Programs with opportunities to compete

"The Navy is much more than a job; much more than service to country. It is a way of life. It gets in your blood."

~Albert Pratt
The Honorable Assistant Secretary of the Navy, 1955