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How to Join the Philippine Navy?

Aug 04, 2014

The Philippine Navy is just one of the three main branches of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP). Working and being part of it would surely make you a real patriot at heart and you would be so very proud. You can show this by enlisting in the Navy and serve the country.


If you are interested to know if you are qualified to join the Philippine Navy, here are the basic requirements:


  • Must be a natural-born Filipino citizen
  • Must be physically and mentally fit
  • At least 5 feet in height
  • Must pass the AFP Aptitude Battery Test, IQ and Special Written Examinations
  • Must be of good moral character with no pending civil or criminal case.
  • Single, never married, with no child or children support.
  • 18-23 years old for enlisted applicants should have graduated at least 72 units in college or have graduated a teo-year associate course or vocational course preferably electronics and communication, electrical, plumbing, mechanics, welding, aircraft maintenance aviation and heavy equipment operators. 
  • 21-28 years old for officer applicants must be graduate of 4 or 5 year Bachelors degree course preferably Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Marine Engineering, Civil Engineering, Computer Science, IT, Naval Architecture, Maritime Transportation and Accountancy. 
  • For qualified enlisted navy candidate soldiers or navy applicants, they will undergo a training called Basic Seamanship Course (BSC). This course is the same as that what is taken by those seaman and seafarers if you are familiar.
  • For qualified navy officers, they will undergo (NOCC) or Naval Officers Candidate Course.


Benefits: 

  • Meal Allowance
  • Housing Facilities
  • Clothing Allowance
  • Free medical and dental services (including dependents)
  • Financial assistance (in terms of salary loans, policy loans, business loans and housing loans thru AFPSLAI, PNSLAI, MBAI, RSBS and Pagibig Fund)
  • Disability pension
  • Local/Foreign Schooling (for qualified personnel in the active military service)
  • Commutation of accumulated leave
  • Insurance through AFPMBAI, SGTI and AFPGIC
  • Scholarship grants to qualified dependents


Source: www.navy.mil.ph


Where to go to get more information, get application forms or submit your accomplished Philippine Navy BSC or NOCC applications and credentials, simply contact:

 

 

The Recruit Testing and Holding Office

 

Philippine Navy

 

Tel. No (2) 815-3420 or (02) 843-3744 Local 644 or

 

Navy Personnel Management Center 

 

Procurement and Evaluation Branch

 

Naval Station Jose Francisco

 

Philippine Navy

 

Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City

 

Phone numbers: 774-7083 and 774-7084

 

Mobile number: 09217839871

or any Naval Force Headquarters.

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