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Career Opportunities

U.S. Navy Officers are some of the most well-respected men and women serving our country, with the opportunity to serve among peers who share your commitment to excellence, and to bear the honor of performing a greater good in the world at large.


Strategic Sealift Officer


Surface Warfare

Naval Aviator (Pilot)

Naval Flight Officer (NFO)

Submarine Officer

Naval Special Warfare (SEAL)

Naval Special Operations (EOD)

Civil Engineer Corps


"We have a mandate to recruit and train the most qualified and capable Sailors. Our Navy will continue to be made up of the most sophisticated, professional, and disciplined Sailors in the history of our great nation. The knowledge, high standards and productivity that are required of them, in some of the most challenging environments, prove how truly exceptional our people are.“

Adm. Jonathan Greenert
Chief of Naval Operations

Last updated: Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

Now Accepting Applications for the Class of 2024

Learn more about the requirements and expectations of Midshipmen.