The Navy Physical Readiness Test Instruction is an official document detailing the policies and standards for the Navy's Physical Readiness Program. As of 2014, the most recent Navy PRT Instruction, designated OPNAVINST ... More » Government & Politics Military

As of 2015, the Standard Navy Distribution List is a directory that provides the proper mailing addresses for all United States Navy commands. Produced at the Washington Navy Yard by the Office of the Assistant Vice Chie... More » Government & Politics Military

The Navy requires all new recruits to meet standards for age, size, education, moral fitness, financial obligations and criminal background, as well as citizenship and family life. An applicant who meets all of these req... More » Government & Politics Military
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