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The U.S. Navy, Find Your Career Today

Posted on: January 27, 2009


Since the economy has turned into a downward spiral many young people have thought about joining the U.S. Navy out of high school and there are plenty of opportunities for advancement in a naval career.  A person who joins the U.S. Navy could become a lifetime career officer, a medical technician, computer technician, an electrician, a mechanic or mechanical engineer or a top-secret Navy Seal, there are hundreds of careers awaiting someone who joins the U.S. Navy.


In addition to preparing someone for a career outside of the U.S. Navy, the Navy will pay for college through a G.I. Bill in addition to providing experience that will last someone at lifetime.


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