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  • Greetings and Welcome Introductions Any advisors/faculty present Local Recruiter(s) Self What I am going to go over today for about 30 minutes is to inform you of some of the benefits of joining the Navy and then tell you about one of the programs the Navy offers which has 4 different career paths. More specifically how those in college or graduate school who commit to serve in this community upon graduation can earn up to 100K before obtaining their degree. We will cover the status of the Navy today and specifically how valuable the nuclear Navy is to the Navy as a whole, as well as the training pipeline. It is our hope that as we provide you with information, you can use it to identify those who would qualify for our program.
  • Serving your Country – Sometimes we take this for granted but I have been to some third world countries and it just reminds us how awesome the United States is too live in and how much we need to maintain freedom and democracy. Job Opportunities – Vast amount of different jobs in the Navy, should be the right job for you. Quality of Co-Workers – The Navy is an organization that only hires the best and most qualified people for the job. So the caliber of people you are working with in the Navy are top-notch. Leadership Experience – Right away have approximately 13 personnel working for you vice working for 13 people Job Security – When you are selected to serve in the Navy, you will be guaranteed a job upon graduation; which is just one less thing to worry about while you are in school and don’t have to worry about being laid off and losing all benefits. Upward Mobility – There are advancement opportunities in the Navy on a regular basis, (story about people going on VIP’s) Benefits – 20 year retirement, full medical/dental coverage for you and family, use of NEX and commissary, use of base facilities. Travel – Travel all around to world to places you might never have the chance to go to (even family).
  • No civilian power plant has been ordered and built since 1973, online in 1979. Now about 16 – 18 petitions to build Nuclear Power Plants Discuss the numbers 2 reactors per Nimitz class, 8 reactors for Enterprise Picture: Nimitz class carrier with air wing embarked (as opposed to the tilt test carrier … ) ‏ Data updated 11/24/2004 CVNs: USS Nimitz (CVN 68) , San Diego, CA USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) , Norfolk, VA USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) , Newport News, VA USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) , Norfolk, VA USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) , Everett, WA USS George Washington (CVN 73) , Norfolk, VA USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) , Bremerton, WA USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) , Norfolk, VA USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) , San Diego, CA George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) - (Christening 7 October 2006) ‏ USS Enterprise (CVN 65) , Norfolk, VA
  • Discuss the numbers 2 reactors per Nimitz class, 8 reactors for Enterprise Picture: Nimitz class carrier with air wing embarked (as opposed to the tilt test carrier … ) ‏ Data updated 11/24/2004 CVNs: USS Nimitz (CVN 68) , San Diego, CA USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) , Norfolk, VA USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) , Newport News, VA USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) , Norfolk, VA USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) , Everett, WA USS George Washington (CVN 73) , Norfolk, VA USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) , Bremerton, WA USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) , Norfolk, VA USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) , San Diego, CA George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) - (Christening 7 October 2006) ‏ USS Enterprise (CVN 65) , Norfolk, VA
  • Discuss the ability of a submarine to operate in theatre without alerting hostiles. Enemy will alter behavior when they see a carrier off the coast.
  • I know you’re probably thinking, well…what are the benefits to me besides pay? Well, here they are. If you want to promote faster than your peers, being a nuke makes that happen. At least being a SWO(N) I can say that because it is known how demanding our carrier tour is, you rank much higher than conventional SWOs on carrier. When you look at those who have obtained command, SWO(N)’s do very well. Leadership and management skills you cultivate in the Navy are highly sought after in the civilian sector. Graduate opportunities …We’ve already gone over that.
  • CVNs: USS Nimitz (CVN 68), San Diego, CA USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69), Norfolk, VA USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70), Newport News, VA USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71), Norfolk, VA USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), Everett, WA USS George Washington (CVN 73), Norfolk, VA USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74), Bremerton, WA USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75), Norfolk, VA USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76), San Diego, CA George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) - (Christening 7 October 2006) USS Enterprise (CVN 65), Norfolk, VA
  • I know you’re probably thinking, well…what are the benefits to me besides pay? Well, here they are. If you want to promote faster than your peers, being a nuke makes that happen. At least being a SWO(N) I can say that because it is known how demanding our carrier tour is, you rank much higher than conventional SWOs on carrier. When you look at those who have obtained command, SWO(N)’s do very well. Leadership and management skills you cultivate in the Navy are highly sought after in the civilian sector. Graduate opportunities …We’ve already gone over that.
  • Nuclear Power school is the first part of the officer’s “Nuclear Pipeline”. It is 6 months graduate level work, but at a VERY rapid base. A typical college student has 15-18 hours of class a week. This includes a few hours of examinations, a few hours of homework review and answering questions, so it ends up being only about 10 hours of new material a week. At NPS you will receive 30 hours of new material a week. It is very demanding, which is why we have such high standards, but it is also very rewarding once it is completed.
  • So, if learning to operate a Nuclear Reactor was like driving a car, then Nuke Power School would be the class portion of Driver’s Ed, and Prototype would be the weekend driving you did in with the “Student Driver” sign on top of the car. You get to operate the Nuclear Power Plant, but with an instructor right beside you to make sure you are safe. All pictures collected from open source reporting (internet sites)
  • Part of a team of 250 engineers, located in the Washington, D.C . area, involved in the “ cradle to grave responsibilities for all shipboard nuclear power plants, shore-based prototype plants, and nuclear propulsion support facilities in the United States Navy.
  • I know you’re probably thinking, well…what are the benefits to me besides pay? Well, here they are. If you want to promote faster than your peers, being a nuke makes that happen. At least being a SWO(N) I can say that because it is known how demanding our carrier tour is, you rank much higher than conventional SWOs on carrier. When you look at those who have obtained command, SWO(N)’s do very well. Leadership and management skills you cultivate in the Navy are highly sought after in the civilian sector. Graduate opportunities …We’ve already gone over that.
  • Lets talk about the NUPOC program. This is a great all around program but remember only one of the Navy’s many programs to choose from; it is the best for students like yourselves who can take advantage of all of the benefits of the program but if you know anyone who already graduated this is also great for people who have already graduated college.
  • No civilian power plant has been ordered and built since 1973, online in 1979. Now about 16 – 18 petitions to build Nuclear Power Plants Discuss the numbers 2 reactors per Nimitz class, 8 reactors for Enterprise Picture: Nimitz class carrier with air wing embarked (as opposed to the tilt test carrier … ) ‏ Data updated 11/24/2004 CVNs: USS Nimitz (CVN 68) , San Diego, CA USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) , Norfolk, VA USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) , Newport News, VA USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) , Norfolk, VA USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) , Everett, WA USS George Washington (CVN 73) , Norfolk, VA USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) , Bremerton, WA USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) , Norfolk, VA USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) , San Diego, CA George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) - (Christening 7 October 2006) ‏ USS Enterprise (CVN 65) , Norfolk, VA
  • So we ’ ve covered everything except pay … So is the Navy competitive? Here is a comparison of a the median Mechanical Engineer salary with an average NUPOC … Note the assumptions … this is WITHOUT ANY bonuses we will talk about next, and yet it is very competitive. Also note that this assumes you get out after 5 years Mechanical Engineer 0 experience 1-4 yrs 5-9 yrs In the United States $ 52,950 $ 55126 $ 65,836 Source: 8/5/08 www.payscale.com Assumptions: (updated 5AUG2008) ‏ Submariner with 2 years of NUPOC program prior to commissioning BAH is average of continental US submarine home ports for Navy salary, bonus not included Medical/Dental/Retirement benefits not included, tax advantage not included
  • No civilian power plant has been ordered and built since 1973, online in 1979. Now about 16 – 18 petitions to build Nuclear Power Plants Discuss the numbers 2 reactors per Nimitz class, 8 reactors for Enterprise Picture: Nimitz class carrier with air wing embarked (as opposed to the tilt test carrier … ) ‏ Data updated 11/24/2004 CVNs: USS Nimitz (CVN 68) , San Diego, CA USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN 69) , Norfolk, VA USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) , Newport News, VA USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) , Norfolk, VA USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) , Everett, WA USS George Washington (CVN 73) , Norfolk, VA USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) , Bremerton, WA USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) , Norfolk, VA USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) , San Diego, CA George H.W. Bush (CVN 77) - (Christening 7 October 2006) ‏ USS Enterprise (CVN 65) , Norfolk, VA
  • This is an overview of what is required of you while you are in the program…not bad for just over 37 hundred dollars a month. But yes, you may ask what is the catch? Let me tell you…..there is none. Well, with the exception of passing two technical interviews and a face to face interview with a four star Admiral at Naval Reactors in Washington, DC.
  • Do you have any questions?

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  • Naval Nuclear Propulsion LT Jeremy Mangen Civil Engineer Corps – Officer Recruiter Navy Recruiting District Seattle
  • Benefits of choosing the Navy? • Serving your Country • Job Opportunities • Quality of Co-workers • Leadership Experience • Job Security • Upward mobility • Benefits • Travel
  • • 83 Nuclear Powered Ships: – A total of 101 naval reactors – 104 commercial reactors operational in the US • Over 130 million miles steamed on nuclear power – Equivalent to 3200 trips around the Earth • Over 19,000 Officers and 92,800 Enlisted have completed our rigorous program • More than 50 years of safe operation remake this slide What the Nuclear Navy Looks like?
  • • Operational – Submarine Warfare Officer – Surface Warfare Officer • Support – Nuclear Power School Instructor – Naval Reactors Engineer Nuclear Officer Career Paths
  • We Go Where Others Can’t . . . Nuclear Submarines Offense, Defense & Strategic Deterrence
  • Pipeline • Selected for NUPOC program • Go to OCS (Officer Candidate School) – 13 Weeks, Newport RD • Go to Nuclear Power School – 18 Months • Attach to a Ship – Division officer tour 3 years
  • Submarine Platforms • Fast Attack (SSN) – Virginia Class – L.A. Class – Seawolf Class • Nuclear Missile Submarines (SSBN) – Ohio Class • Guided Missile Submarine (SSGN) – Ohio Class (Converted)
  • What Submarines Do Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance Special Warfare Anti-Surface / Submarine Warfare Mine WarfareStrike Warfare Battle Group Operatio ns
  • San Diego Bangor New London Norfolk Pearl Harbor Kings Bay Guam Where We Are Offense, Defense & Strategic Deterrence
  • Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of All Who Threaten It Nuclear Surface
  • Pipeline • Attend OCS – 13 Weeks • Attend SWOS – 4 Weeks • Non Nuclear power Ship – 2 Years: • Nuclear Power School – 1 Year: • Nuclear Power Ship – 2 Years
  • Aircraft Carriers • CVN • Aircraft Carrier Forces: Provide and coordinate air, submarine and surface ship defense for aircraft carriers • Diplomatic and Military relations
  • Surface Missions • Strike Warfare – Gulf War, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo • Littoral Warfare – Somalia, Haiti, Bosnia • Maritime Interdiction – Bosnia, Arabian Gulf, Counter Drug • Future missions – Theater Ballistic Missile Defense (TBMD) – Land Attack – C5I
  • Caribbean / Haiti Ops East Pacific Where We Are Forward Deployed Throughout the World Indian Ocean Sea of Japan Yellow Sea Red Sea Arabian Gulf Black SeaAdriatic Sea South Mediterranean South Atlantic / UNITAS
  • Nuclear Power SchoolNuclear Power School • Classroom, theoretical training • 3 courses at a time Credited 28.5 hours of coursework at Naval Postgraduate School Attend this school for 6 months (located in Charleston, SC)
  • Nuclear Power Training UnitNuclear Power Training Unit “Prototype”“Prototype” 6 months of full-time training at a Department of Energy facility Classroom training (~ 6 weeks) Provides basic systems, theory, and procedures overview: 60% Classroom work 40% Independent study “Hands-on” training (~ 20 weeks) Actual reactor plant operation while learning procedures: 25% Watch standing (Operation) 75% Independent study and hands on practical exercises Charleston, SC Saratoga Springs, NY
  • Nuclear Power School InstructorNuclear Power School Instructor • Learn the same material as those going to Operational Billets • Teach Nuclear Power School (in Charleston, SC) for 4 years. • Gain valuable teaching experience and instant podium time. • Extra time to earn Graduate Degree
  • Naval Reactors Engineer • Part of a team of 250 engineers • Located in the Washington, D.C. area • Involved in the “cradle to grave responsibilities for all shipboard nuclear power plants, shore-based prototype plants, and nuclear propulsion support facilities in the United States Navy • 5 years following Officer Development School
  • Benefits of Naval Engineering Experience • Navy engineers have one of the highest promotion rates in armed services • Navy technical training, leadership and management skills easily applied to civilian business and industry. • Nuclear Trained Naval Officers are heavily recruited by Fortune 500 companies; regarded as the “cream of the crop.” • Numerous graduate school opportunities after initial tour.
  • Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate Program (NUPOC)
  • What is NUPOC • Pay for Student to finish College • Full Health Care Benefits • No Drill or Military Uniforms until after graduation • Graduate and Prepare to Join the Nuclear Navy
  • Classified as an Active Duty E-6: • Base Pay $ 2,317.80 • “Basic Allowance for Subsistence”: $ 384.44 • Housing “allowance” based on location (BZM) $ 1,032.00 • Estimated Monthly Pay $ 3,734.24 • Estimated Yearly Pay $ 44,810.88 $15K signing bonus for fleet jobs  Guaranteed Job for 5 years after Graduation  Accrue leave while in college, only charged leave days if they leave CONUS  Full medical and dental benefits NUPOC Program
  • Assumptions: (updated 5AUG2008) Submariner with 2 years of NUPOC program prior to commissioning BAH is average of continental US submarine home ports for Navy Salary $15,000 accession bonus not shown Medical/Dental/Retirement benefits not included Competitive Salary Comparison $0.00 $10,000.00 $20,000.00 $30,000.00 $40,000.00 $50,000.00 $60,000.00 $70,000.00 $80,000.00 $90,000.00 -1 -2 0 1 2 3 4 5 Nuclear Officer Median ME
  • Competitive hiring after Navy  Years in Navy count towards PE license  Looks AWESOME on resume to have leadership/management experience PLUS technical experience If you stay in after 5 years  Continuation pay/special skills pay - $30K per year if you sign a contract to stay in, $12.5K per year if you don’t  Grad school opportunities – Naval Postgraduate School, MIT, etc NUPOC Program
  • NUPOC Requirements • General Criteria: – Enrolled as a full time student at an accredited institution – US citizen – Strong technical majors (mathematics, physics, chemistry, or an engineering curriculum) are encouraged however not required – Minimum requirements are one year of Calculus and one year of Calculus based Physics. – Be within 30 months of earning a bachelorette degree or within 12 months of earning a masters degree
  • Questions ? LT Jeremy Mangen, CEC jeremy.mangen@navy.mil 406.690.6856