Is there jobs for a guy in the navy who is not so smart/ any navy folks out there can you answer?

I have failed at everything i have tried, law enforcement, corrections, school and so on and so on. I am running out of options and am very stupid, just wondering if maye there are any easy jobs for a loser like me in the navy something a monky could do. And i don't want to join the marines i'm in my late 20's and don't think i could handle that at this time in my life and i would probably get everybody mad at me for not remembering things like on full metal jacket.

Asked By: O yeah - 3/1/2007
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I just got out of the Navy, let me shed some light for you... More
Answered By: ski4ever1977 - 3/1/2007
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Boatswains Mate. I'm sure there's something in engineering you could do too.
Answered By: Angry-T - 3/1/2007
deck ape among other things... More
Answered By: cantcu - 3/1/2007
If you read the history of many famous people you see similiar backgrounds. Go down to the COAST GUARD (not Navy) recruiter and sign up. Do what they tell you and the Coast Guard will work with you to keep you going.
Answered By: Jeffery C - 3/1/2007
I don't think you are really stupid...there must be something else going on that gives you trouble learning or remembering. There are lots of things that could contribute to it, like learning disabilities or mental illness. You seem to do alright on the computer. If you do something about your self esteem you might... More
Answered By: pink_angel - 3/1/2007
since you didn't say what your rate was, it would be difficult to steer you into an area where you might actually prosper...but I would say look into pipefitting or heating A/C work. I was an AT and landed a job with a major corporation due to my Navy training...use your training to look into job possibilities
Answered By: kerfitz - 3/1/2007
Well you sound like you belong in the military. Just don't show the recruiter up.
Answered By: Watcher - 3/1/2007
Shore Police...LOL.
Answered By: bigbro3006 - 3/1/2007
I've been in both the Navy and the Marine Corps. In different aspects each is harder that the other. In general the Navy is more mentally challeging, while the Marine Corps in more physically challenging. My best advise to you is to contact any military recruiter and take the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude... More
Answered By: Furrybyrd - 3/1/2007
what jobs you qualify for is based on your line scores of the ASVAB. if you have taken the ASVAB, you recruiter can show you wich ratings your scores make you eligible for... More
Answered By: Mrsjvb - 3/1/2007
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