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30+ days ago

Nuclear Officer

US Navy Washington, DC

About this Job: Nuclear Officers in the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program are an elite group of professionals who design, build, operate, maintain and… US Navy


30+ days ago

Engineering Officer

US Navy Washington, DC

About this Job: The Navy designs and operates some of the most advanced ships, submarines, aircraft and equipment on earth. It develops and utilizes… US Navy


30+ days ago

Biochemistry

US Navy Washington, DC

When you specialize in biochemistry, there are two distinct ways of making a difference as an Officer in the Medical Service Corps: Research… US Navy


30+ days ago

Dentist

US Navy Washington, DC

About this Job: Navy Dentists are responsible for meeting the full spectrum of dental needs for military servicemembers focusing on patient care… US Navy


30+ days ago

Physician

US Navy Washington, DC

About this Job: Navy Physicians are responsible for meeting the full spectrum of medical needs for military servicemembers practicing medicine thats… US Navy


30+ days ago

Industrial Hygiene

US Navy Washington, DC

Navy IHOs focus on shielding people, installations and equipment by managing risk within working, living and operating environments worldwide. This… US Navy


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    If you have a positive attitude and know that things will suck from time to time, it is a great experience. I've gotten to see the world and have gotten more training than I could have ever imagined.

    Cons

    At times, you will work with people that really don't care about the principles and tradition the Navy was built on. When you run into these people, don't let them drag you down.

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    Please weed out the bad apples. Recruiters are constantly bringing in people that don't have what it takes to become a sailor, or that lack the discipline that is required to live the life of a sailor.

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