The Navy is recruiting its newest cadets with the aim of turning them into “a new generation of future leaders” by offering them a better life.
The recruiting effort, which began in late 2016, is part of the Army’s plan to create a “better tomorrow” for the service.
The Navy wants to bring in cadets who have experience in combat, are smart, and have a positive attitude.
The Navy is trying to do this through the cadet boot camp program, which will be led by Maj. Gen. Daniel Dettmer, who has overseen the Army recruitment program for nearly a decade.
The program, for example, will teach cadets how to operate computers, use computers to solve complex problems, and create and edit video games.
Cadets who attend the boot camp will be tested to see if they are up to the task of operating a ship or a military helicopter.
This training will also help recruit new staff, and help make the Navy a more efficient and effective organization.
“The Navy will not be a service where the Navy is in a position to say, ‘Hey, we have to make you into a good person,'” said Navy Chief of Naval Operations Adm.
“We will create an environment where we want to work with cadets that have proven they can be that type of leader.
The next generation of leaders is going to be in our military.”
In an effort to get more people into the military, the Navy announced that it would be opening up the enlistment process to all people regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender identity, religion, age, or disability.
This new recruitment process was also launched with a focus on people of color.
Harris said the Navy will offer the recruits the opportunity to be part of a larger Navy.
“What we’ve learned in the Navy over the last decade is that we are in a unique position to recruit more people of different races, ethnicities, genders, ages, and abilities, and to develop them into leaders who can be the Navy of tomorrow,” Harris said.
In a statement, the Army said that while there are certain people who are more qualified to serve as a military officer than others, the overall military is a diverse force.
“For many of the same reasons that we recruit and train the best soldiers in the world, we need the best people in the military to be the best officers,” said Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley.
“To achieve that, the recruitment process for Army cadets will not only prepare cadets to be better officers, it will ensure the Navy can recruit and retain its best officers and leaders.”