As of February 2015, there have never been any female Navy SEALs. A Navy SEAL must be male, 17 to 28 years old, a citizen of the United States and a high school graduate, among other physical screening, military service and legal requirements.Know More
Beginning March 2016, women can begin training as Navy SEALs. Beginning October 2015, women could begin Navy boot camp with the intention of eventually becoming Navy SEALs. The training to become a Navy SEAL is considered to be some of the toughest military training in the world.
The Army plans to develop standards by July 2015 for women to allow them to train for becoming Rangers.Learn more about Military
Navy Explosive Ordinance Disposal technicians are enlisted men or women who volunteer prior to basic training or at any time during their enlistment prior to their 31st birthday. Candidates must be United States citizens and eligible for a security clearance. Other basic requirements are 20/200 bilateral eyesight (correctable to 20/25 with no color blindness) and the ability to pass a physical and medical exam. A minimum ASVAB score of 109 in AR+VE and 51 in MC, or a combined total of 169 in GS, MC and EI is required as well.Full Answer >
Navy SEAL membership is not open to women as of December 2014. However, former U.S. Navy SEAL Christopher Beck publicly came out as transgender in 2011, stating that she has identified as female since grade school.Full Answer >
Along with transporting and deploying military personnel and equipment, the United StatesÂ Navy responds to disaster reliefÂ needs around the world. Among their primary objectives are to win wars and deter aggression.Full Answer >
The neckerchief has been a part of a sailor's uniform since the beginning of the inception of the Navy. This rectangular cloth is worn around the neck and tied in the front. Tying the Navy neckerchief is a simple proces that you can do in just a few steps. All you do is fold the neckerchief diagonally, roll it up, and tie it around your neck.Full Answer >