\"Their accomplishments are epic. Their expertise is unrivaled. No other force is more intensely trained to succeed in the perilous world of underwater adventure. Each assignment they take on is crucial and backed by a steadfast dedication to teamwork. GDJULY Navy Divers are part of an extraordinary community. They journey anywhere from the darkest depths of the worlds oceans to freezing arctic-like conditions underneath icebergs, accomplishing a number of tasks only few can perform, with no margin for error. Navy Divers may be expected to: Perform a variety of diving salvage operations and special diving duties worldwide Take part in construction and demolition projects Execute search and rescue missions Support military and civilian law enforcement agencies Serve as the technical experts for diving evolutions for numerous military Special Operations units Provide security, communications and other logistics during Expeditionary Warfare missions Carry out routine ship maintenance, including restoration and repair Your job as a Navy Diver could encompass many dive specialties, including: Salvage and recovery Locating and retrieving wreckage; conducting harbor and waterway clearance, underwater repairs and salvage operations in all environments Deep submergence Probing the greatest depths in the name of research and other classified missions Ship husbandry Inspecting and repairing ships and submarines Saturation diving Working and living at extreme depths for days or weeks at a time Males and females are eligible to apply to become enlisted Navy Divers. No college degree is required, but a high degree of difficulty and satisfaction is standard. Training is tough and ongoing. You can apply for the Navy Challenge contract for Divers at any time during your first enlistment. Entry Requirements: Eyesight 20/200 bilateral correctable to 20/25 with no color blindness Minimum Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) score: ARVE103, MC51 Pass a physical examination required for divers Be 30 years of age or younger Must be a U.S. citizen and eligible for security clearance The chart below highlights the current minimum Navy Physical Screening Test (PST) requirements for Navy Challenge Programs. NOTE: You should consult your physician or other health-care professional before starting any exercise regime or other fitness program to determine if it is right for your needs. This is particularly true if you (or your family) have a history of medical illnesses or ailments that could be made worse by a change in physical activity. Do not start a fitness program if your physician or health-care provider advises against it. General qualifications may vary depending upon whether youre currently serving, whether youve served before or whether youve never served before.\"