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** Frequently Asked Questions **

Many of your questions about the Navy have been asked and answered before.
See if you can find your question in the list below. Or, to get the most
complete picture of the Navy, locate your nearest recruiter and set up a
meeting.

*Joining the Navy*

*WHAT QUALIFICATIONS DO I NEED TO JOIN THE NAVY?*

For most Enlisted programs, you must be at least 18 years of age (or 17
with your parents’ permission) and no older than 34 years of age. For
most Officer programs, you must be 19 years of age and no older than 35
years of age (keep in mind that waivers may be granted for positions in
high demand). To learn about additional requirements associated with
joining the Navy, visit the Qualifications & Commitment section of this
site.

*CAN MY FRIEND AND I JOIN TOGETHER?*

Sure! We call it the Buddy Program. The Buddy Program provides for the
enlistment of small groups of not more than four people of the same gender
who wish to remain together for as long as possible during their first
enlistment. Just ask your recruiter for details.

*CAN I TALK TO SOMEONE IN THE NAVY WITHOUT OBLIGATION?*

Yes. You can talk to your recruiter with no obligation at all, and you
won’t be under any obligation until you actually sign a contract


Source: www.navy.com/faq.html


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