The U.S. Navy is reminding female Sailors that the third cycle selections for conversation to Submarine Force ratings closes April 1. This cycle's conversions will be for the 2018 initial enlisted integration of the USS Ohio (SSGN 726) submarine crews in Bangor, Washington. The Submarine Force is seeking hard charging, motivated female applicants from all ratings and ranks, seaman recruit to senior chief petty officer, to apply for conversion. Applications are due by April 1, with the selection process beginning in May. For more information on application requirements and selection process, visit the Enlisted Women in Submarines (EWIS) webpage.
Navy Seeks Enlisted Women for Sub Duty
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