Thinking about dropping by the US Navy recruiting center tomorrow. What should I be aware of?
I've heard US Military recruiters are like inexperienced recruiters from commission only staffing firms that only think about money than service. What should I keep in mind when I go there tomorrow? I've always wanted to go into the Navy since a little kid. I want to drop by the Navy recruiting center to gather info
Asked By: Protrek1500 - 8/22/2010
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First of all, there is nothing that you can sign in a recruiting office that would enlist you into the Navy. So relax. When you come in the recruiter is going to ask you some basic questions after he introduces himself. He is going to ask if you are a high school grad, he is going to ask medical questions, he is... More
Answered By: Jer.L - 8/23/2010
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you should be aware that they wont tell you the risk and dangers of the navy. but great decision for our country. thanks
Answered By: Bobby - 8/22/2010
That if your going in there just because you can't find any other employment opportunities. Your going to hate it.
Answered By: J C - 8/22/2010
Keep seabats in mind.
Answered By: Bob P - 8/22/2010
He is going to try to sell you Navy Nuclear program HARD if you pass the test requirements. They get a bonus if they do. He will make it seem like its the best thing since sliced bread delivered by strippers using nothing but your brain. He/She will only talk about that if you let him, ask him what other opprotunities... More
Answered By: Gx - 8/22/2010
Answered By: Craig K - 8/22/2010
You should be aware that they will try to recruit you.
Answered By: mgan - 8/22/2010
What you should be aware of is that they are very skilled at their job. They are very good at playing dumb and will get you in the habit of signing things and then before you know it you are in. Which, since you want to be in is not a bad thing. But, you may not be happy with what you are going to get. You need to look... More
Answered By: George S - 8/22/2010
Just chiming in to agree with the other posters that if you are looking at becoming a nuke, you should definitely spend a good amount of time thinking about the decision. I would encourage you to go to the forums at http://www.nukeworker.com/forum/index.php/board,44.0.html to get more information. All in all, it's not... More
Answered By: Jonathan - 8/23/2010
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