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EASILY COMPARE THE PATHS TO BECOMe A NAVY SEAL OFFICER

  • By U.S. Navy SEAL + SWCC Scout Team
    Posted Jan 11, 2017

 

CIVILIANPre College Student

REQUIREMENTS

  • 4 Year degree required
  • Less than 28 years old
  • Medical Screening
  • Eyesight 20/25 with Lenses
  • Pass the Navy SEAL Physical Screening Test
  • Must attend SEAL Officer Assessment and Selection
  • Must receive a commission through one of three sources: United States Naval Academy, Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps, Officer Candidate School
  • Must complete SEAL training

CIVILIAN Current or Post College Student

REQUIREMENTS

  • 4 Year degree required
  • Less than 28 years old
  • Medical Screening
  • Eyesight 20/25 with Lenses
  • Pass the Navy SEAL Physical Screening Test
  • Must attend SEAL Officer Assessment and Selection
  • Must receive a commission from Officer Candidate School
  • Must complete SEAL training

ACTIVE DUTY Service Academy Student

REQUIREMENTS

  • 4 Year degree required
  • Less than 28 years old
  • Medical Screening
  • Eyesight 20/25 with Lenses
  • Pass the Navy SEAL Physical Screening Test
  • Must attend SEAL Officer Assessment and Selection
  • Must apply for an Inter-Service Transfer If you're not a United States Naval Academy Midshipmen
  • Must complete SEAL training

ACTIVE DUTY Military

REQUIREMENTS

  • 4 Year degree required
  • Less than 28 years old
  • Medical Screening
  • Eyesight 20/25 with Lenses
  • Pass the Navy SEAL Physical Screening Test
  • Must Apply for an Inter-Service Transfer
  • Must complete SEAL training

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.NAVY SEAL OFFICER QUESTIONS

Andrew Dow, PMP
SEAL Officer Assessment and Selection (SOAS) Program Manager.

andrew@sealswcc.com

888-633-5460

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