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Machinists Mate Interview

Machinists Mate
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Interview Details – No interview. Take the ASFAB (general test to check your skills and basic knowledge) and if you score high enough, then take the Nuclear Field entry exam.

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Nuclear Machinist's Mate Interview

Nuclear Machinist's Mate

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Interview Details – If you lie about your entire medical history and have math and reading skills to graduate high school you're in. Be able to run a mile before you leave for basic training and do a few pushups. I recommend going to community college instead.

Interview Question – Any inquiry into your medical history.   Answer Question

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