Posted by: Jacqui Murray | November 15, 2009

4 Ways to Become a Navy Officer and a Gentleman

There are four ways to become a Naval Officer:

Navy officers

Become a Naval Officer

  • USNA–many posts on this blog deal with that approach
  • NROTC–you must receive an NROTC scholarship, be accepted into a college or University that has an NROTC program, graduate and be commissioned into one of the Naval services
  • take the ASVAB (read more about that here), enlist, and be selected to become an officer through the Seaman to Admirals program (read more about that here). You are given three years to complete a Bachelors Degree and then are commissioned as an Officer
  • Graduate with a degree and join the Officer Corps–you must first attend a 12-week Officer Candidate School, and then select one of thirteen fields (from Nuclear to Surface Warfare to Attorney) to be trained in and serve as

Kuddos to the Navy for offering so many options for success in their ranks.



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