Your role in the Aviation community could involve anything from pre-flight planning to in-flight equipment operation to post-flight assessment.
Among the world’s flying forces, Naval Aviation has a reputation for excellence that is second to none. Here you may oversee the intricate communications, navigation and weapons systems of the Navy’s cutting-edge aircraft. Or help ensure the safety and success of the people and equipment involved – from takeoff to landing.
If you have a background or interest in these areas or related fields, you could be making the most of it as a Reservist. Making important contributions whenever you’re serving. And using the experience to further your civilian career.
You may qualify to earn a bonus from $5,000 to $20,000 when you join the Navy Reserve. Contact a Navy Reserve Recruiter for details. Currently serving in the Navy? Contact your Career Counselor or the Career Transition Office (CTO) for details.
All members of the Navy and Navy Reserve are Sailors, first and foremost. Beyond that, Sailors are classified as either Enlisted or Officer. Find out why and what it means.