What is YNC in the navy?
In US Navy
A YNC is a Yeoman Chief Petty Officer. Yeoman is his job, and CPO, or Chief Petty Officer, is his pay grade/ skill level.
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Visit your local Navy Recruiter. They can provide you the information to allow you to make an informed decision. If you wish to become an officer, the process requires a college education, but you may be able to obtain scholarships to cover the costs.
I hate to be vague, but you can just about do anything you want. Repair engines, teach classes, shoot really big guns, work with SEAL teams, BE on a SEAL team (good luck with that). The opportunities are limitless. Military police, aircraft pilot, the list goes on and on. The Navy is really the best… branch for a graduating high school senior to pick out what interests them as a career. They get on the job training with a field they like, and get some qualifications after discharge. (MORE)
The mission of the Navy is to maintain, train and equipcombat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterringaggression and maintaining freedom of the seas. Additionally, a navy must be prepared to engage opposing navies,either by direct cannon fire or by submarines.
Navy is one of the five branches of the Military: First you enlist in the Navy. Then you are sworn into the Navy. (If you pass inspection) After that you are shipped off to Boot Camp. (Estimate: Eight Weeks After) If you make it though Boot Camp, You go to A School. Last but not leas…t, You will be asked 3 choices of were you want to go and work. Note: Navy is not easy, it requires intensive training of the Body and Mind. Navy makes Average Civilians into Troops. (MORE)
um.... excuse me, Paraguay DOES have a navy, I lived there my entire life and my Godfather is a seaman
The founder or Father of the United States Navy was in fact George Washington who created the Continental Navy with the 4 gun- brig* (I believe) Hannah this besides privateers was the beginning of the United States Navy
The word machinist comes from MM " Machinst Mate" I know these guys and thwey work very hard and very long hours. they usually work 6 On 6 off and in a very hot enviroment. They ensure the ships are running smoothly. MM's are a combined rating of Machinist Mates and Boiler Techs (BT's) a convention…al MM will work, operate, regulate, and repair boilers. They will also maintian all the associtated equpiment to include, pumps, compressors, tanks, pipe lines, and things of other enginerring backgrounds. Nuclear MM's are just that nuclear, most of the job is hush hush. (MORE)
I assume that this question deals with the American navy.. Answer:. The Colonial/Continental Navy was formed in 1775. At the end of hostilities with the British (Treaty of Paris 03September1783), the navy was disbanded. It wasn't until 1797 that the United States Navy was formed to protect America…n merchant ship on the "high seas" from the various aggressors of that era...and beyond. (MORE)
A nickname for a person in the US Navy is squid. Sailors stationedto a ship are called fleeties by those stationed on shore. Thosestationed on shore are called sand crabs. The Navy Air Squadron isnicknamed Airedales.
I would argue by definition a Navy is amphibious but it is not the main part of the Navy that is. One of the prime missions of the Marine Corps is Amphibious operations and since the Marine Corps is part of the Navy the Navy as a whole is amphibious.
Directly from the US Navy uniform regulations: . "Worn when other uniforms would be unsafe or become unduly soiled.". Coveralls were created to be the primary underway uniform, or used when doing dirty work.
One is typically discharged at the end of the enlistment. Discharges prior to that are not good for one's record and can be a real detriment to future employment and opportunities. The early outs are typically the result of criminal activities. The other possibility would be to be discharged for …medical reasons. (MORE)
C is the rank of the sailor, indicating that they are a Chief, an E-7. YN is the specialty of Yeoman. Normally a sailor at this level is responsible for a group of sailors working in an environment such as the ship's office or a personnel office..
A navy is a part of the armed forces of a country. They are particularly concerned with the protection of waterways and ships of the country. The Navy may have an air and/or ground component. The Navy provides the ability to show the flag in other countries and to project power throughout the world.… (MORE)
A little blue fairy that was told by the Great Duku Tree to follow link, the fairyless boy, and help him on his journey. She is called the most annoying character in video game history.
There are a number of prerequisites before you can join, such as a written test, and various physical tests. To start though you should contact your local Navy Recruiting Office, or visit the Navy's website (link below). This website will give you a lot of information on the Navy, but I also r…ecommend doing research to find out exactly what you would like to do in the Navy. From the website you can search for a recruiter in your area. They are generally available Monday through Friday 0800-1700 and beyond (8am until 5pm). Some recruiters work extended hours, to include weekends and holidays. If they don't answer they may be out meeting with possible recruits or at recruiting events. You can leave a message or try back. After you have contacted the recruiter they will have a lot of paperwork for you to do to determine your eligibility. Afterwards you will be required to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) exam. This is a written test they administer at your local Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS). It is a way for them to evaluate your knowledge and reasoning abilities to determine which Rating or Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) you qualify for. Afterwards they will do a brief background investigation to include interviews asking about drug use, mental health issues, incarceration and legal issues. They will do a full physical checking to make sure you are in good mental, physical and psychological health. If all of the above is fine you will move on. If there are any issues you may have to apply for a waiver. (There is a waiver for almost anything in the Navy, so don't be discouraged) After all of that is complete you will move on to a Classification Adviser, who will discuss your job opportunities and set up your enlistment contract. (MORE)
Branches of the governments military that specifically handle the operation of military personnel at sea.
The Marines Hymn was adapted from an operatic air!- the official USN song- Anchors Aweigh, came out in the teens or early twenties and was adapted immediately for Naval bands at the Academy, where it became the theme song. contrary to popular opinion the whaling ditty ( Blow the Man down) was not co…nsidered as an alternate if ( Don"t ask, Don"t tell, was repealed, this is a good joke! Marines" hymn was adapted from an opera called Genevieve de Brabant- perhaps March King Sousa had some role in this. Two different songs. (MORE)
The SEALs are a branch of the US Navy. They are a specialized component with a very specialized mission. The other parts of the Navy support their mission, usually through transport for insertion and extraction. They can also provide targeting information for Navy aircraft and ship based weapons.
The Navy, like any military branch, only counts time that you are actually on active duty; e.g., if you're in the Delayed Entry Program, the time you spend in DEP doesn't count toward your service time. Essentially it comes down to the time you're actually working as a Federal Employee, which is …what all Veterans on active duty are. Even Reservists who aren't called up to active duty only have their time counted toward retirement that they're actually drilling on weekends, on TAD 2 weeks per year, or are called up for extended active duty. As an example, I spent just over 8 years on active duty in the Navy, and 3 years in the Reserves at the Pentagon. Between those, I had only about 9 years total actual military time counted, even with several weeks on active duty during Desert Shield and Desert Storm. The Reserve point system lets Reservists accrue 1 point per active duty day, 2 for each drilling day, and 15 bonus points for each year you complete all requirements. You can read more about it at the link below. (MORE)
The term "Navy" is from the Latin word "Navis", meaning a ship, vessel, or boat. The definition of a "Navy" is a collection, or fleet, of ships, vessels, or boats.
That is an entirely personal choice. The Royal Navy is a military service and so you would have to be comfortable with that (discipline, being told what to do, possibly being required to go into danger). They operate globally with people working in a variety of roles, not all of which are at sea. … The merchant navy is a civilian organisation with, in many ways, better working conditions and more flexibility in shaping your own career path. There is less unpredicatability, and planning your life can be easier. As a middle ground, the Royal Fleet Auxilliary (FRA) is a government service which supports and works alongside (but is not part of) the Royal Navy. They operate tankers and support ships and often sail with the RN on longer deployments. They work under Merchant Navy terms and conditions but within a framework similar to the RN. You need to talk to both the RN careers service and the Merchant Navy service, both of which are easily found through google. If you want an opinion, I'd suggest the RN. (MORE)
MA stands for Master At Arms in the US Navy. MA's' are the Navy's version of Military Police
You could try joining. You know, going to a recruiter. Or at least going to Navy.com.
Shellback is an ancient designation. It represents someone that has crossed the Equator while on a ship. The tradition is a source of pride to those that have achieved it. It is also made a part of the service member permanent file. I am a Shellback!.
Resources and Requirements. It is the office that determines future needs and how to acquire them in the long term.
Ask your leadership about TAR/FTS programs. Without making it a long speech there are programs and your leadership should have information on both the above programs.
Marines are typically linked to the Navy - often as a separate force within the bureau responsible for the maintenance of the Navy, but sometimes as an actual part of the Navy itself. The term 'Marines' isn't exclusive to that type of infantry - just as frequently around the world, they can be found… with the designation of 'naval infantry' or similar. (MORE)
Now days anything except be a Navy Seal. With Subs now open to Women I am hard pressed to think of anything a woman is not able to get into.
Sargent is a rank in the air force or army. The navy does not have such a rank.
You contact your local recruiter, and they'll run you through the specifics. Simply talking to a recruiter does not obligate you to join the military.
First Class Petty Officer, and a Machinist's Mate (a job rating). The MM stands for Machinist's Mate, and the "1" denotes that the person is a First-Class Petty Officer.
Absolutely not. In ANY branch of US service, hair cuts and lengths allowed are based on gender, and rank. The Higher your rank the more hair you can have.
The surface navy is the surface ships that make up a strong portion of the navy.
The Navy is not out to get any of us. The whole entire purpose pose of the Navy, Marine Corps, Airforce, Army, and Coast Guard, are to protect Our Father Land from those who were raised and taught to believe that we are there enemy.
Greek. To note, the Spartans are what we conisder today as Greek;but they were focused on their Army rather than their Navy.
really there are no seas next to nepal. what you gonna have lake warfare? LOL just answer my question all so how to do the banzai drop ok? Nepal is beast
Ships tie up to piers and wharfs. There needs to be a way to get from the ship to the shore. This is normally provided by a gangway, a platform/stair/ramp used for movement between the two. .
The Navy has a Inspection Test when you go to enlist, if you do not pass, your done, you can't enter. From stuff like, if you can raise you hand all the way up cause its been injured in the past, or you can't walk properly cause the way you leg are designed, stuff like that.... So you Qu…estion is: Is the Navy for you? It could, possibly be. (MORE)
The 2 links below will give you more details, but essentially you have to pass the ASVAB, have a clean record (nothing more than simple traffic fines or misdemeanors), be a U.S. Citizen, and pass the entrance physical. For most people, passing the entrance medical exam is the hardest, as there are a… lot of things that can medically disqualify you from military service. Since the current recruiting climate is low (there's more recruits than there is a need - retention is high when the economy sucks), they have the pick of the best recruits. Having special skills (lingual, firearms, martial arts, electronics training, etc.) is a big plus. The advice I've given many times is score as high as you can on the ASVAB (entrance exam), and make yourself as attractive a recruit as possible. (MORE)
Yes, the Navy is considered the most powerful tool in the U.S. arsenal; the Navy can be anywhere in the world in 72 hours fully assembled, fully armed, and fully manned (including the Marine Corps). The U.S. Navy is also the most powerful in the world; it has the best technology, and is the biggest …with over 400,000 sailors on active duty. (MORE)
The required age to join the US Navy is 18 or 17 with parental consent.
Navi is often depicted as a glowing ball of light with wings so you could draw that. However some people have drawn her with more realistic human proportions with a glowing aura. In these drawings she usually has blue hair. Hope this helps and good luck
Seabees are members of the United States Navy construction battalions. The word Seabee is a proper noun that comes from the initials of Construction Battalion, (CB) of the United States Navy. The Seabees have a history of building bases, bulldozing and paving thousands of miles of roadway and airstr…ips, and accomplishing a myriad of other construction projects in a wide variety of military theaters dating back to World War II. (MORE)
Ireland has a small naval service. See the link below. Ireland is an island and so it does have a small navy.
Nominations for appointments to the U.S. Naval Academy (or other service academies, except the Coast Guard) are given by U.S. Representatives and Senators; depending on where you live, the list is usually extremely competitive and short. Only the top achievers are selected from each State. You ca…n read more about the nomination and selection process in the PDF document linked below from the Congressional Research Service. (MORE)
Time was it was in San Diego, Great Lakes (Michigan) and Orlando. Today, it's just Great Lakes and Orlando, with Orlando still the RTC for women recruits.
The military may cover it, they may not. Some places do not permit it. Whoever would have to check with their person in charge.
Long story but here it goes... The three goddesses Din, Nayru, and Farore, while they were creating hyrule, they decided they need guardian fairies to protect them.. but the Cdi games came around. >_> Navi played them and repeated Mah Boi a lot of times till she got addicted and searched YouTriforc…e... and found the obey weegee video. She was told to be super annoying so she is now annoying. Thats why link hated the Ocarina of Time adventure xD (MORE)
Contact a Recruiter, the following applies to the US Navy only. Here are a few ways you could contact a recruiter to join, or justto talk to them to gain information to see if it would be somethingyou wanted to do. - Find a local office - Call 1-800-USA-NAVY - Visit the Navy's website navy.com or …navy.mil (There is a sectionwhere you could requets information, enter name, address, etc andthey'll send you an information packet and pass your information toyour local recruiting offce. There's also a live chat feature whereyou'll be able to talk live via an internet chat to a navyrecruiter - Navy recruiters make apperances at all types of events such asairshows, they even go to schools and give out infromation toanybody who wants it. (MORE)