The NROTC Program was established to educate and train qualified young men and women for service as commissioned officers in the Naval Reserve or Marine Corps Reserve.
Navy JROTC 1
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Navy JROTC 3
Navy JROTC 4
JROTC 3-Year Certificate of Training
Post Secondary Education
Military Science & Leadership
Members of the U.S. military service maintain the U.S. national defense. Although some service members work in occupations specific to the military, such as fighter pilots or infantrymen, many work in occupations that also exist in the civilian workplace, such as nurses, doctors, and lawyers.
The specific work environments and conditions pertaining to military occupations depend on the occupational specialty, unit, branch of service, and other factors. Most active-duty military personnel live and work on or near military bases and facilities throughout the United States and the world.
To join the military, applicants must meet age, education, aptitude, physical, and character requirements. These requirements vary by branch of service and for officers and enlisted members.
Basic pay is based on rank and time in service. Pay bands are the same for all branches. Members of the Armed Forces may receive additional pay based on their job assignment or qualifications.
The goal of the Armed Forces is to maintain a force sufficient to deter, fight, and overcome various threats or conflicts in multiple regions at the same time. The nation is expected to maintain adequate personnel in the Reserve, Army National Guard, and Air National Guard.
Navy JROTC Career Pathway 4 Year Course of Studies
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