Aerographers Mate 2nd Class Robert Carlson (left) and Aerographers Mate third Class Rachel Myers deploy a Mark 18 (Blake Midnight/U.S. Navy)
For Grasp Chief Petty Officer Brian Jurgens, the primary lesson about attempting to grow to be a Navy explosive ordnance disposal tech wasn’t about studying find out how to dive. It was about studying find out how to be taught.
“There have been no multiple-choice questions. It’s important to be taught the fuel legal guidelines, and you must memorize them after which you must perceive why that’s vital,” he mentioned.
Because the Navy’s EOD sailors transfer into the brand new domains sketched within the command’s new 2020-30 Strategic Plan, Jurgens, a 28-year Navy veteran, mentioned he thinks that protecting a concentrate on studying goes to be a key.
Studying about studying for a Nebraska child who struggled with Algebra II got here in helpful when he gained a coveted likelihood to attempt for an EOD ranking, a couple of years after he joined the Navy.
WNU Editor: this profession isn’t for the weak-hearted.