Service & Safety

Prepare meals for everyone from fellow servicemembers to world leaders. Render emergency medical treatment to soldiers and civilians. Provide the kind of tight-knit security that keeps our forces safe. As a Service & Safety professional, you'll help ensure that all Navy personnel are prepared and protected as they go about their work and their mission.

The Enlisted Sailors serving part-time in this community of America’s Navy focus their talents in some key areas: Emergency, Fire & Rescue; Food, Restaurant & Lodging; and Law Enforcement & Security.

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.

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Video: Navy Reserve - Lieutenant JG Janet Brandsasse - Security

Reserve Lieutenant JG Janet Brandsasse, runs a security det. I’m a supervisor in the police department; I’m a supervisor in the military. So I’m always commanding troops.

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Potential affiliation or sign-on bonuses now available

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.

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