Since 2009, the Navy slogan has been: “A global force for good.” The phrase was designed to motivate people to enlist. It was not intended to be a motto for that branch of the Armed Forces. More »

One propaganda slogan intended to recruit soldiers during World War I was, "Don't read American history – make it!" Another good example was, "A wonderful opportunity for you – the United States Navy." More »

John F. Kennedy's official campaign slogan was "A Time for Greatness," which appeared in his campaign brochure for the election of 1960 and in many of his promotional materials. He additionally used the slogans "We can d... More »

Along with transporting and deploying military personnel and equipment, the United States Navy responds to disaster relief needs around the world. Among their primary objectives are to win wars and deter aggression. More »

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To join the Navy, contact a Navy recruiter in the local area, and meet the eligibility criteria. The requirement criteria can vary based on personal experience, educational background and personal circumstances. More »

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Some retired U.S. Navy ships include the U.S.S. Constitution, the U.S.S. Missouri and the U.S.S. Kidd. Having been preserved as historic landmarks, tourists can visit each of these three ships, as of 2015. More »

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As of Jan. 1, 2015, the salaries for enlisted Naval personnel range from between $1,546.80 per month for an E1 with less than two years of service to $2,580.60 per month for an E5 with four years of service. Pay for Nava... More »

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