To maintain, train and equip combat-ready naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas.
The Navy is one of the three military departments that reports to the Department of Defense. The Navy is comprised of three principal components: The Navy Department, consisting of executive offices mostly in Washington, DC; the operating forces, including the Marine Corps and the reserve components; and the shore establishment. A sample of Navy’s offices are listed below, but be sure to check out their organizational structure to learn more about all offices and subcomponents.
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To search for jobs at the Department of the Navy, use the new Advanced Search feature on USAJOBS. First, select Department of Defense—Department of the Navy under the "Department and Agency" additional search option, then refine your search by selecting each office that most interests you. From there, you can further refine your search by pay grade, location, occupation or type of work. This will allow you to find positions you are interested in and qualified for within Navy.
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