Posted on: May 7, 2022
In the Navy, the galley, or dining area, is the heart of every
ship. This is where the crew gathers to eat, socialize and relax.
As a Culinary Specialist, you run the show by providing one of the
key components of every Sailor's quality of life. Whether you're
serving up a spaghetti dinner on a submarine, preparing a gourmet
meal for foreign dignitaries on a carrier, or even cooking for the
White House, your work will always be essential to keeping morale
at its best.
For a limited time, get a $30,000 enlistment bonus to take your
culinary craft to new depths when you join as a Culinary Specialist
Submarines (CSS) by June. Connect with a recruiter for details.
PAY AND BENEFITS
From the day you start, you'll receive:
--- Competitive salary
--- Potential to earn a bonus upon enlistment
--- Free health insurance
--- Free housing
--- A retirement plan
--- Paid training
--- College credit
--- Navy College Program and Tuition Assistance
--- Post-9/11 GI Bill, up to 100% tuition
--- Professional credentials and certifications
--- College credit hours toward a bachelor's or associate degree
through the American Council on Education
QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS
--- U.S. citizen or equivalent
--- High school graduate or equivalent
--- 17 years of age or older
Culinary Specialists work as part of a team in kitchens, dining
areas, living quarters and food service storerooms aboard ships and
onshore bases. Culinary Specialist Submarines (CSS) have the
opportunity to serve aboard submarines.
TRAINING AND ADVANCEMENT
Upon completion of initial training at Recruit Training Command
Great Lakes (known as Boot Camp), you'll report for specialized
Class "A" Technical School (5 weeks) in Fort Lee, VA, for
instruction and training in food preparation, nutrition and dining
After "A" School, Culinary Specialist Submarines (CSS) candidates
will continue their training:
Basic Enlisted Submarine School (9 weeks) in Groton, CT, for
training in basic submarine systems. Note that this training is
only for Culinary Specialists Submarines.
After completing training, Culinary Specialists and Culinary
Specialist Submarines will receive their first assignments.
Culinary Specialists may be assigned to ships or shore stations,
while Culinary Specialist Submarines may be assigned to submarines
or shore stations.
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