Question by  Priestess (26)

What is the contract length for a firefighter in the Navy?

I would like to be a firefighter in the Navy but do not want to sign up for an extended tour.


Answer by  joebob31 (622)

Most contracts with the Navy are for at least 4 to 5 years. You should definitely do some research because that is not a common job in the navy. You may also have many other responsibilities.


Answer by  Dean (4035)

Go the the U.S. Navy's website. Click on the Locate A Recruiter button. Find a recruiter near you, phone and set up an appointment. A Navy recruiter is the only source of reputable information regarding job openings in the Navy as well as enlistment options. Go straight to the source for the best information.


Answer by  askandyoushallreceive (658)

The length of the contract is whatever the normal initial sign-up length. I think its like two years. Once you have done your initial time you can reenlist and get extra money for it usually.


Answer by  patti (29325)

The U.S. Navy will decide if you can be a firefighter in the Navy. The ultimate authority on the possibilities in that regard is a Navy recruiter. Go to the Navy's website and click on "locate a recruiter." Make an appointment to sit down with recruiter and explore your options.


Answer by  Vanasatchy (816)

The contract length for a fire fighter in the navy is 45 years of servive in navy that is years months and days.

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