I’m the Nuclear field coordinator and am
going to be giving a presentation on how to find female nuke prospects to the
recruiters. There is a big push right now to increase the number of females in
the nuclear community. So I’m wondering how your recruiter found you? I’m
reaching out to all of the female nukes I know. That way I can get a better
idea of where to find the elusive female nuke so I can better assist the
recruiters in my district.
I told him I just toured a cruiser, met this fat sailor, realized the Navy wasn’t all that physically demanding, so I reached out to a recruiter. :) Then I tested well on the asvab, and that’s what drove me to nukedom. I made a deal with myself that if I could get through that, I could do whatever I wanted in life (English degree, flitting around New Zealand). Probably not really what he’s looking for…
So, intelligent ladies, do you have any tips for this guy?
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