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08/03/2021

WHEN YOU INVEST IN YOUR COUNTRY, WE INVEST IN YOU. EARN UP TO $40,000 in ENLISTMENT BONUSES WHEN YOU JOIN.

All enlistment ratings are now eligible to earn bonuses in America’s Navy, and you may qualify for more than one. Earn up to $40,000 in enlistment bonuses. So, whether you are in peak physical condition, display valued intelligence, or specialize in high-demand rates, it’s up to you to show us what you’re made of. See the list below for more details on Enlistment Bonus offers.

Navy enlistment bonus details
Enlistment Bonus Source Rates*

Advanced Electronics Computer Field (AECF-AEF) — $10,000
Air Rescue Swimmer (AIRR-ATF) — $36,000
Avionics Aviation (AV-SG) — $10,000
Cryptologic Technician Interpretive (CTI-ATF) — $25,000
Cryptologic Technician Networks (CTN-ATF) — $10,000
Explosive Ordnance (EOD-ATF) — $36,000
Hospital Corpsman (HM-ATF) — $25,000
Navy Diver (ND-ATF) — $36,000
Nuclear Field (NF) — $38,000
Special Warfare Boat Operator (SB-ATF) — $36,000
Sub Electronics Computer Field (SECF-5YO) — $10,000
Special Warfare Operator (SO-ATF) — $36,000
*Enlistment Bonus Source Rates (EBSR) vary based on jobs. EBSR is earned and payable upon graduation from A or C school.

Education Bonus - All Ratings Eligible

High School Graduate — $3,000*
Associate's degree — $5,000
Bachelor's degree (or greater) — $8,000
1 year vocation — $3,000
2 year vocation — $5,000
12-23 semester hours — $2,000
24-47 semester hours — $3,000
48-71 semester hours — $4,000
72-95 semester hours — $6,000
96 or greater semester hours — $7,000

*Available to high school students entering their senior year who join the Navy during July, August, or September of 2019. Must graduate from high school with a diploma, ship prior to October 2020 and successfully complete training at RTC to remain eligible for bonus.

Shipping Bonuses
Shipping bonuses are available for the following rates that leave for Boot Camp between July-September 2019.

Cryptologic Technician Interpretive (CTI-ATF) — $10,000
Information Systems Technician (IT-ATF) — $20,000
Information Systems Technician (ITS-ATF) — $20,000
Missile Technician (MT-AEF) — $20,000
Nuclear Field (NF) — $15,000
Sub Electronics Computer Field (SECF-5YO) — $10,000

Student Loan Repayment Program
The Navy can help you pay off your student loans. By enlisting in one of the following jobs, we can help pay off up to $65,000 of your Stafford, Perkins, PLUS, and other Title 4 loans.

Following eligible rates if access to active duty on or before: 31 May 2020

Advanced Electronics Computer Field (AECF-AEF)
Air Rescue Swimmer (AIRR-ATF)
Avionics Aviation (AV-5YO)
Cryptologic Technician Collection (CTR-SG)
Cryptologic Technician Interpretive (CTI-ATF)
Cryptologic Technician Maintenance (CTM-SG)
Cryptologic Technician Networks (CTN-ATF)
Cryptologic Technician Technical (CTT-AEF)
Cryptologic Technician Technical (CTT-SG)
Explosive Ordinance (EOD-ATF)
Information Systems Technician (IT-ATF)
Information Systems Technician (IT-SG)
Information Systems Technician (ITS-ATF)
Intelligence Specialist (IS-ATF)
Missile Technician (MT-AEF)
Navy Musician (MU-SG)*
Navy Diver (ND-ATF)
Nuclear Field (NF/NUC)
Sonar Technician Surface (STG-AEF)
Special Warfare Boat Operator (SB-ATF)
Special Warfare Operator (SO-ATF)
Sub Electronics Computer Field (SECF-5YO)

*Eligible for LRP if they access and ship in any month of any fiscal year
Additional Enlistment Bonuses

Enlistment Bonus Physical Screening Test (EBPST) — $2,000
Applies to all Active Component recruits in the Warrior Challenge Program (WC) with Ratings: SO, SB, EOD, ND, and AIRR. The member must remain in WC and graduate from RTC to remain eligible.
Enlistment Bonus for Physical Fitness Assessment (EBPFA) — $2,000
Applies to all Active Component recruits who pass their first official RTC PFA (conducted during week 2) with a score of Satisfactory-Medium or better.

NOTE: Bonuses and eligibility change rapidly. Contact your recruiter to determine current availability.

08/03/2021

There are three types of Nuclear Operations jobs for enlisted Sailors. Responsibilities depend on your training, interests and designation. All three of these ratings are eligible to receive up to a $40,000 bonus for first-time enlistment and up to a $100,000 bonus for re-enlistment.

Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN)
Nuclear Machinist’s Mates operate and maintain steam turbines and reduction gears used for nuclear ship propulsion and auxiliary machinery such as turbogenerators, pumps and oil purifiers. They also maintain auxiliary machinery outside of main machinery spaces, such as electrohydraulic steering engines and elevators, refrigeration plants, air conditioning systems and desalinization plants. They may also operate and maintain compressed gas producing plants. Nuclear-trained MMs perform duties in nuclear propulsion plants operating reactor control, propulsion and power generation systems. This job is perfect for Sailors with deep interest in math, chemistry, physics and engineering—in other words, it takes hard work and smarts to get you into the reactor room.

Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN)
Nuclear Electrician’s Mates are responsible for the operation of a ship's electrical power generation systems, lighting systems, electrical equipment and electrical appliances. The duties include installation, operation, adjustment, routine maintenance, inspection, test and repair of electrical equipment. They also perform maintenance and repair of related electronic equipment. As an EMN, you’re responsible for troubleshooting the electric breakers and circuits aboard nuclear-powered ships like aircraft carriers and submarines.

Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN)
Nuclear Electronics Technicians operate and perform maintenance on the electronic systems that make the nuclear reactor on Navy ships run. From submarines to aircraft carriers, these Sailors calibrate the actual nuclear control rods to generate power aboard these ships. After your training at Nuclear Power & Prototype School, you’ll be part of a watch team that enables the fission process, which generates steam for propulsion. Few can say they get hands-on experience in a nuclear power plant just three years out of high school—you’re one of them.

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Responsibilities

As an Information Technology professional, you will help ensure the viability of essential communications links. You’ll provide administrative support for the equipment that keeps records on everything from personnel training to healthcare to promotions, to offering technical support and training to fellow personnel. Your role may also include:

Writing programs to handle data for a wide variety of applications
Operating and coordinating automated networks, datalinks and circuits
Applying diagnostic, corrective and recovery techniques to information systems
Analyzing communication signals
Providing telecommunications and computer-related training and assistance
Performing preventive and corrective maintenance on state-of-the-art equipment
Operating and maintaining global satellite telecommunications systems

Work Environment

Information Systems Technicians serve in versatile roles both afloat and ashore – on ships or at communications stations in the United States or overseas. Typical work involves mental analysis and problem solving and takes place in clean, air-conditioned electronic equipment space or computer rooms. Duties may be performed individually or as part of a team.

Training & Advancement

Upon completion of initial 7–9 week Recruit Training (known as Boot Camp), those pursuing an Information Systems Technician position receive formal Navy schooling at “A” School in Pensacola, FL. For approximately 24 weeks, they develop the working knowledge it takes to be Navy IT specialists in preparation for their first assignment on a ship or at a shore station.

Starting with extensive technical preparation in everything from database design to computer networking to communications systems, skills continue to be enhanced through on-the-job training and experience. Promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.

Education Opportunities

Beyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training in the field of information technology can translate to credit hours toward a bachelor’s or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may also continue your education through opportunities like the following:

Navy College Program and Tuition Assistance
Post-9/11 GI Bill

Qualifications & Requirements

A high school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor in the IT field in the Navy. Those seeking an Information Systems Technician position must be U.S. citizens who can meet eligibility requirements for a Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information security clearance. You should have a good working aptitude of math, an understanding of modern computing devices and the capability to do highly detail-oriented work.

General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you’re currently serving, whether you’ve served before or whether you’ve never served before.

08/03/2021

There are three types of Nuclear Operations jobs for enlisted Sailors. Responsibilities depend on your training, interests and designation. All three of these ratings are eligible to receive up to a $40,000 bonus for first-time enlistment and up to a $100,000 bonus for re-enlistment.

NAVY NUCLEAR FIELD (NF) PROGRAM

Upon completion of initial 7–9 week Recruit Training (known as Boot Camp), those pursuing a Nuclear Operations role report to “A” School for technical training based on their specific job rating, and then move on to acquire advanced nuclear training.

“A” School for MMNs – The three-month Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and understanding of the theory and operation of a steam power plant. Students learn to operate tools, test equipment and system components, read blueprints, practice rigging techniques, and perform maintenance procedures. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see below).

“A” School for EMNs – The six-month Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and power distribution. Students learn to solve basic equations using phasors, vector notations and basic trigonometry and analyze DC and AC circuits. They also learn how to operate electrical equipment using controllers, and how to properly test, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical circuits, motors and other related electrical equipment. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).

“A” School for ETNs – The six-month Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and a good working knowledge of electricity and electronics, solid-state devices, digital logic and systems, microprocessors, and instrumentation and control circuits. Students learn how to interpret schematic diagrams and use appropriate test equipment to isolate and correct faults in electronic systems. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).

Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) – Upon completion of “A” School training, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs attend Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) in Charleston, SC. Here they learn theory and practical application of nuclear physics and reactor engineering. The six-month course provides a comprehensive understanding of a pressurized-water Naval nuclear power plant, including reactor core nuclear principles, heat transfer and fluid systems, plant chemistry and materials, mechanical and electrical systems, and radiological control.

Nuclear Power Training Unit (NPTU) – Following NNPS, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs begin prototype training in their rating specialty at one of two Nuclear Power Training Units (NPTUs) – located in Charleston, SC and Ballston Spa, NY. This six-month course teaches the fundamentals of a Naval nuclear power plant and the interrelationship of its mechanical, electrical, and reactor subsystems. Students develop oral communications skills, obtain an understanding of nuclear radiation, and gain knowledge of the safe operation of a complex Naval nuclear power plant.

For all nuclear power trained ratings, promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.

08/03/2021

Maintain, train and equip combat-ready naval forces capable of deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas. This job requires skilled individuals who maintain and operate the most sophisticated technologies supporting the world's greatest Navy.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Contract

Pay: Starting $20,797.20 per year

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10/21/2020

What do you get for spending one weekend a month and two weeks a year in the United States Navy Reserves?

💲 World-class job pay
👩🏻‍🚒 World-class job training
👩🏻‍🎓 Opportunity to pay for college and advanced degrees
🏥 Access to the best health care in the country
🏦 Retirement plans
🧘🏼‍♀️ Fitness and Recreation Benefits

Navy Reservists continue to hold educational opportunities through Tuition Assistance, DANTES and their post 9/11 or Montgomery GI Bill. Further education opportunities are also available through the US Naval War College and Senior Enlisted Academy.

Call (682) 587-7861 for more information!

10/13/2020

HAPPY BIRTHDAY U.S. Navy!

The U.S. Navy has been a fighting force for 245 years! The growth in technology has increased our capabilities since the birth of the force.

It’s the Sailors that have forged the path to create the World’s Greatest and Strongest Navy! 🇺🇸⚓️🇺🇸

10/06/2020

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