What would you like to do?
What is YNC in the navy?
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 colle…ge 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.
The mission of the Navy is to maintain, train and equip combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression 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 least, 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.
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 opportun…ities. The early outs are typically the result of criminal activities. The other possibility would be to be discharged for medical reasons.
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 w…orking in an environment such as the ship's office or a personnel office..
Go to your CO and request a discharge...or just don't re-enlist.
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 g…round component. The Navy provides the ability to show the flag in other countries and to project power throughout the world.
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 gam…e history.
See the Enlistment links in the right column of http://navydads.blogspot.com
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 Of…fice, or visit the Navy's website (link below). This website will give you a lot of information on the Navy, but I also recommend 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.
Branches of the governments military that specifically handle the operation of military personnel at sea.
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 w…ho were raised and taught to believe that we are there enemy.
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 b…een injured in the past, or you can't walk properly cause the way you leg are designed, stuff like that.... So you Question is: Is the Navy for you? It could, possibly be.
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.
Contact a Recruiter, the following applies to the US Navy only. Here are a few ways you could contact a recruiter to join, or just to talk to them to gain informat…ion to see if it would be something you 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 section where you could requets information, enter name, address, etc and they'll send you an information packet and pass your information to your local recruiting offce. There's also a live chat feature where you'll be able to talk live via an internet chat to a navy recruiter - Navy recruiters make apperances at all types of events such as airshows, they even go to schools and give out infromation to anybody who wants it.