What is the age limit for the Navy Reserve?

Answer To enlist in the U.S. Navy Reserve without prior service, you must be between 18 and 39 years of age. To join as an officer, you must be between 19 and 35 and have a four-year degree from a U.S. co... Read More »

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Can a retired cpo from navy reserve who came out of retirement and joined national guard and retired as a sargent question can you wear the navy uniform to a navy ball or must you go army?

Yes as long as u wear the rank and awards that you made in the navy but why would you move from e7 to a e5 that's just crazy

What is the age limit for the Army Reserve?

The limit for the Army Reserve is age 42. Congress increased the age limit from 40 to 42 in 2006 under the Defense Budget Authorization Act. This increase also applies to the active Army and the Na... Read More »

How much does the navy reserve pay?

I totally depends on the assignment, years of service, rank and paygrade. You can view the current rates at the link below.

About Navy Reserve Nursing?

Navy nurses help physicians treat sailors, their families, veterans and civilians in combat areas. They are an integral part of the Navy healthcare team and are officers as well.