Navy Officer Candidate School — Classroom(00:53)
Officer candidates receive extensive classroom and hands-on training from experienced officers during their time at Officer Candidate School. Subjects studied include Navy Programs and Policies, Sea Power, Engineering & Weapons, Damage Control, Naval Orientation and Warfare, Leadership, Naval Orientation and Seamanship (NOS), Navigations and Military Law. Students also learn damage control and firefighting skills and put their knowledge to the test in realistic live demonstrations.
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Voice Over: Not all of your time at OCS will be dedicated to physical activity and inspections. Training will consist of classroom instruction, which is held in state of the art classrooms, and taught by experts with plenty of practical experience. You will also have ample opportunities to learn through hands on experience. Students will be taught the principles of damage control in firefighting, and then given the chance to put what they have learned into practice during realistic live demonstrations.closeX