U.S. Vets' Licensed Mariner Program

Bangkok Post
Sunday, April 21, 2013

NavTeach.com to deliver USCG captain's license introduction and tutorial service to U.S. Military veterans in June 2013

Training and experience on the water during military service can be translated into a very rewarding career as a professional USCG licensed mariner. Complicated mission requirements and the required security clearance separate these qualifications from other mariners competing in this lucrative job market, say NavTeach.

Exposure to advanced technology also gives critical knowledge to effectively and properly operate new ship control systems even before they eventually emerge into the commercial side of the marine world. Leadership is another product of the military experience that cannot be taught completely in a classroom environment and is a foundation to competently serve as a Merchant Marine Officer.

For more information about the program, founded by a retired USCG professional, unlimited licensed deck officer and instructor click here.

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