Nick Anderson has been serving on Active Duty in the U.S. Navy for the last 10 years. He graduated from Saint Leo University with his B.A. in Accounting and is a graduate student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, pursuing an M.B.A. in Finance. Born and raised in Huntsville, Alabama, Nick enlisted in the Navy at the age of 17. During his deployments onboard the USS Fort McHenry, he traveled to 23 countries on four continents, sailing roughly 42,000 nautical miles across 30 seas and five oceans. He currently resides in Meridian, Mississippi.
The US Navy has the 2nd largest air force in the world, 2nd only to the US Air Force.
Navy pilots provide attack support from logistically advantageous locations at sea.
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Navy A School provides technical training for sailors based on their individual rating.
Immediately following boot camp graduation, sailors will go to their Navy A school to receive instruction on job functions and duties.
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Not to be confused with Fire Controlman (FC), Navy Fire Control Technicians (FT) are assigned administrative and operational duties related to submarines.
The work performed includes inspecting and repairing the computer, electrical, and mechanical equipment of the submarines.
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Navy Aviation Machinist Mates (AD) are mechanics that service aircraft abroad carriers or on land.
An Aviation Machinist Mate is responsible for inspecting, testing, and making repairs on aircraft engines and propellers.
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Navy Aviation Electrician’s Mates (AE) manage automatic control systems and other electrical components of an aircraft.
The objective is to generate power for the aircraft as well as maintain navigational equipment.
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