Last Updated on September 19, 2022
This guide provides you with useful information about all the available Navy Officer Programs.
There are many requirements for each of the officer programs, as you will see.
Nonetheless, you will learn most of what you need to know.
Choose Your New Office
Are you here because you want a career that is not limited by the mundane boundaries of ordinary (civilian) work?
You have many choices as a Naval Officer. The only question is…
Will you want your new office to be on land, sea, or air?
Life is not what happens by chance. It is what you make happen.
Make your life exceed your dreams.
You can become a United States Navy Officer.
Naval Officer: Basic Benefits
You will have a hard time finding an employer that would offer you benefits like these.
From the start of your journey, your benefits will include:
- Starting salary that competes with mid-sized firms
- Tax-free allowances for housing and meals
- Comprehensive medical and dental coverage, with family care available at low/no cost
- 30 days of vacation earned each year
- Continuation pays, bonuses, regular promotions
- Low-cost life insurance
- Thrift Savings Plan (like 401K) with low fees
- Economical (tax-free) shopping at military grocery stores (commissaries) and department stores (exchanges)
- Retirement benefits when qualified
Are You Really A Leader?
If you answered yes, then here is your chance to prove it.
You have spent four years of college behind a desk. You want to spend the rest of your life behind one?
Not only that, but you are also hungry for a career that maximizes your talent, challenges you to take on a leadership role, gives you an adrenaline rush, all the while provides you with financial stability.
Well, you have just found it!
While the Navy takes you across the sea, through the air, below the surface and over the land, it also puts you in command of innovative technology.
Advanced systems… Billions of dollars in aviation, submarine, and surface ship equipment. Even state-of-the-art medical technology.
Also Read: Navy OCS Guide for Officer Applicants
Now picture yourself as a Navy Officer.
Can you see it?
Can you see yourself take on monumental responsibilities while your counterparts in the civilian world are still working to get their careers off the ground as an intern?
Do more in a few short years than most people do in a lifetime.
Consider a military career, specifically a Naval Officer career.
Are You Ready?
If you are not yet at a place in your life to even consider this path, then you can skip the next part.
If you feel you can benefit from Navy Officer Programs but cannot decide, then you can skip, too.
We want decision-makers.
If you are ready to explore these opportunities, you have two choices:
- You can keep reading to find out the requirements for each program of your interest.
- You can save yourself some time and just ask your questions to your local recruiter.
Either way, enjoy your research. This is such an exciting time for you.
Let us go get your Navy Officer commission!
Navy Officer Program Requirements
These are the official United States Navy documents that delineate the minimum requirements for each available Navy Officer commissioning programs.
All the information included is current as of the last guidance from the Navy Personnel Command. Each position will be updated as new information is issued.
These will include basic eligibility requirements, such as age limits, professional degree requirement, physical fitness requirements, or any special skills required.
All documents are downloadable PDF files.
Your Next Move
Ask yourself these questions:
This time next year, where will you be?
Behind a desk in an anonymous office setting? Or sailing into Barcelona just in time to catch the sunset and a late dinner?
Hear that little voice in your head?
The world is calling you.
What have you done in your life today? What will your future self say to you now?
Give it a rush. You will not be qualified for these opportunities forever.