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    GREAT MISSION! BETTER PEOPLE!!

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    An amazing group of people dedicated to the moral, mental and physical development of future leaders in the Navy and Marine Corps. Some of the very best and brightest young people in the world!!

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    There is no con to a mission such as this!

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    Midshipman Interview

    Anonymous Employee  in  Annapolis, MD
    Anonymous Employee in Annapolis, MD
    Application Details

    I applied through other source. The process took a day - interviewed at Naval Academy in November 2009.

    Interview Details

    A long process is involved for any student desiring an appointment to the US Naval Academy. It will involve several interviews, most likely as a part of securing a nomination from your local senator or congressman. Interviews are often designed to determine your fit for the program as well as your determination to enter and complete the program.

    Interview Questions
    • Why do you want to attend the Naval Academy?   Answer Question
    • Would you be interested in attending the Naval Academy Preparatory School if you do not receive an immediate appointment?   Answer Question
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Website www.usna.edu
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The US Naval Academy was founded in 1845 to train the future officers of the US Navy and US Marine Corps. Academy graduates serve at least five years as Navy or Marine Corps officers. The school has about 4,000 students, known as midshipmen (freshmen as plebes). The Navy pays for the tuition, room and board, and medical and dental care of Naval Academy midshipmen, who are on active duty in the Navy. By order of Congress, women were first admitted in 1976; they make up 20% of the class of 2009. Notable graduates include President Jimmy Carter, Perot Systems founder Ross... More

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