Are you interested in a career that allows you to analyze foreign communications in a highly classified environment? If so, a career in the Navy world languages field may be for you. Individuals enlisting in the US Navy and choosing a career in this field may serve as a US dignitary interpreter, work to interpret foreign communications, translate communications from terrorist organizations or be involved in negotiations with foreign powers. All branches of the Military, including the National Guard, are in need of military personnel able to translate both verbal and written communications from foreign languages.
Train to Interpret a World of Culture in the Navy
Training as an Interpreter/Translator in the US Navy, more commonly known as a Navy Linguist, requires extensive language training. The trainee will receive exclusive education in foreign languages and technical skills involving translation of foreign materials. Navy personnel interested in this career must undergo a full background investigation in order to be considered for the world languages field, due to the fact they will be dealing with highly classified and sensitive information.
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Navy Careers Translate into Great Civilian Opportunities
Upon retiring from Military service, personnel in who have worked in the world languages field may find unlimited opportunities available to them in the civilian sector. Because of the extensive training required, retired US Navy translators will be more than qualified for many government interpreter positions, as well as positions with many high profile companies. Many high profile companies welcome individuals with extensive language and cultural knowledge. Experience as a Navy linguist will effectively prepare individuals for many high profile civilian opportunities.
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Tadd Wagner says
I really want to join the navy as a linguist and I’m currently going to college studying foreign language, but I’m concerned that my juvenile record may cause me problems getting into that position. I was in trouble when I was 15, served time and never been in trouble since. I won’t be joining the military until I’m about 26 or 27 years old so what do you think? Do you think I will have problems getting a clearance to do that job?
JAVID WARDAK says
I m an Afghan and i want to work as a translator linguist so if there is any job in any province of Afghanistan i can work and serve with you.