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Operate and maintain the nuclear reactors that power our most powerful vessels.
Turn your compassion for others into a rewarding career by joining Navy nurses.
Provide top-notch medical and dental care to service members, their families and natural disaster victims.
Join one of the top emergency response units in the world to rescue those in need.
Uncover top intelligence secrets by collecting and deciphering enemy communications.
Disarm explosives, neutralize chemical threats and safely handle nuclear weapons. Join the ultimate bomb squad.
Safeguard daily communications and top secret data. You’re as important as the information you’re protecting.
For Navy physicians, medicine isn’t a job; It’s a mission. Pursue your passion for helping others wherever duty calls.
Defend our country from anywhere at any time. From recon missions to targeting and destroying enemy interests, you are our eyes in the sky.
Sailors serve in one of over 100 occupational specialties and require a high school diploma or GED.
Officers have four year degrees and are trained in one of dozens of specialties [including aviation, ships, submarines, and support] and lead and manage Sailors.
Navy Musicians (MUs) perform at elaborate productions and events such as presidential inaugurations, special ceremonies for foreign dignitaries, Navy celebrations and international parades.
Perform hands-on data gathering and forecasting, while collaborating with Navy Meteorologists and Oceanographers.
Prepare devotional materials and organize faith-based events, while also serving as a resource for Navy chaplains.
Manage the communications, navigation and weapons of a nuclear-powered submarine, one of the most secretive vessels in America’s Navy.