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May 11, 1977 - Image 10

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Page Ten

THE MICieAN DAILY

Wednesday, May I V, 1977

Poge Ten THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wedn~sdoy, May 11, 1977

IFYOU'RE THINKING ABOUT THE
NUCLEAR NAVY,
THE SHIP SAILS ON MAY15.

One of the best ways to get
into engineering is to get into
the nuclear Navy. But you'd
better get moving fast. May
15th is the deadline for this
year's Navy Nuclear Propul-
sion Candidate Program.
The Navy can give you
the most comprehensive
nuclear training possible.
Because we operate over half
the nuclear reactors in
America. We start by giving
you a year of advanced engi-
neering technology. This
would cost you thousands in

graduate school, but in the
Navy, we pay you.
Once you're commissioned
as a Navy Nuclear Officer,
you'll earn a top salary. Over
$24,000 a year after four
years. And you'll get practical
experience on the most
advanced nuclear equipment
devised by man. All the Navy
asks in return is that you
serve for 3 years on active
duty upon completion of your
training.
But remember, May 15th
is the deadline for this year's
class. If you are majoring in

engineering, math or physi-
cal sciences, find out from
your local placement office
when a Navy recruiter will
be on campus. Or call toll free,
800-841-8000 (in Georgia,
800-342-5855) for more
information. If you're still a
junior, ask about the
Navy's NUPOC Collegiate
Program, which pays you up
to $6,000 during your senior
year. And hurry. Time and
tide wait for no man.
A representative from
Division of Naval Reactors
will be available for inter-
views in the Engineering
Placement Office on
MAY 5 atnd MAY 12.
AIDE VENTURI.

NAVY OFFICER.
UTS NOT JUSTA JOB,IT'S AN

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