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Deceased   and   dis-   40   for   the   sons   and 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. abled veterans District  of Columbia Virgin  Islands, Guam,   American Samoa,   Puerto Rico,  and  Canal Zone American Republics Congressionally daughters of members of the   armed   forces   who were  killed  in  action  or died of, or have a 100 per- cent  disability  resulting from, wounds or injuries received or diseases con- tracted in, or preexisting injury  or  disease  aggra- vated  by,  active  service 5 at any one time 1 at any one time 20  at  any  one  time;  no more   than   3   from   any one  country For  more  information,  you  may  request  a pre-candidate  questionnaire  by  writing  to  the following  address: Director,  Candidate  Guidance Code  304 U.S.   Naval   Academy Annapolis,  MD  21402-5018 ELIGIBILITY  CRITERIA FOR  APPOINTMENT In  addition  to  the  competitive  appointment process,  applicants  must  meet  the  following eligibility  criteria  to  gain  entry  to  the  Naval Academy: Be  a  U.S.  citizen Be  of  good  moral Be unmarried and Be at least 17. but character have no dependents not  over  22,  years  of age  on  1  July  of  year  entering The  first  150  vacancies  of qualified   alternates an  unfilled  class  quota for  congressionally  ap- pointed alternates Candidates  receiving  Vice  Presidential  and Congressional  appointments  and  those  who  are children of holders of the Medal of Honor receive direct  appointments. To bring an entering class up to strength, the Secretary  of  the  Navy  (SECNAV)  may  appoint additional   nominees.   SECNAV   appoints   these from  the  remaining  qualified  alternates  and competitors   in   their   order   of   merit.   Three- fourths  of  these  appointments  must  be  filled  by congressionally  qualified  alternates. By  law,  a  small  number  of  nationals  from certain  foreign  countries  may  attend.  They  are  not eligible  for  commissions,  but  receive  the  same training and are governed by the same regulations as other students. Applicants   should   submit   a   pre-candidate questionnaire to the Naval Academy in the late spring  of  their  junior  year  of  high  school.  The Naval  Academy  will  open  a  pre-admission  file upon   receipt   of   this   questionnaire   and   will provide an initial evaluation to the applicant by early summer. Be physically qualified in accordance with Navy standards Have minimum SAT scores of 520 (verbal) and   600   (math);   have   minimum   ACT scores  of  25  (English)  and  31  (math) NAVAL  RESERVE  OFFICER TRAINING  CORPS The  Naval  Reserve  Officer  Training  Corps (NROTC)  Program  was  founded  in  1926.  This program  produces  Navy  officers  from  NROTC units  in  operation  at  many  colleges  and  universities throughout the United States. The annual output is  approximately  1,500  new  officers  commissioned mainly in the unrestricted line. The  NROTC  Program  is  highly  competitive. It educates and trains qualified young men and women  for  service  as  commissioned  officers  of the  Regular  Navy  and  Marine  Corps.  NROTC midshipmen  lead  essentially  the  same  campus  life as  other  undergraduates.  They  make  their  own arrangements  for  enrollment  and  room  and board, and they pursue academic studies leading to a bachelor’s degree. They may also participate in  any  extracurricular  activities  that  do  not interfere  with  their  NROTC  obligations. 10-8

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