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1. Pride of Belonging
2. Challenge
3. Courage, Poise, & Self-Confidence
4. Self-Reliance, Self Direction, Self-Discipline
5. Leadership & Management Skills
6. Technical Skills (Part 1)
". Technical Skills (Part 2)
7. Educational Opportunities
8. Professional Development
9. Financial Security, Advancement, & Benefits
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
17. Screening
18. Delayed Entry Program & Job Classification
19. Recruit Training
20. Family Life
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Leadership & Management Skills

To be a leader, people must believe in you.
To accomplish that, YOU must believe in yourself.
Leaders are not born... they're made!
The Navy is known for making Leaders!
Six of the most recent Presidents of the United States, developed Leadership in the Navy!


Leadership is a Navy Tradition. A Heritage, passed from Sailor to Sailor since Sailors have sailed the seas!

Leadership Training and Experience Begins Early:

  • Delayed Entry Program
  • Recruit Training, Officer Candidate School, and Officer Indoctrination School
  • Many other training opportunities

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Individual Leadership is Recognized:

  • Inspiring and motivatin others
  • Accepting responsibility, stepping forward when it counts, taking initiative
  • Managing time, materials, and resources effectively
  • Making the opportunity to train other Sailors

Leadership Outside the Navy:

  • Exercise the Leadership and Management skills that you've demonstrated in the Navy
  • Community involvement is recognized and rewarded
  • Demonstrate your Civic Pride by action

"Any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile... can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction, 'I served in the United States Navy'."

President John F. Kennedy