Log in using the username and password we sent you
Lost your password?
Question: does being in the navy involve science
armed forces, career, navy
Asked by baatjies to Jane on 13 Mar 2014.
answered on 13 Mar 2014:
I have no idea about this-I think some people in the Navy are scientists, but I don’t really know for sure.
Anna commented on 13 Mar 2014:
My husband was in the RAF for 20 years and we also have a lot of navy and army friends. Most of my military friends did engineering rather than science as their degrees, but being in the navy definitely involves scientific principles. What I mean by this is that you have to constantly problem solve – you have a question, you measure something then you find the answer. This logical process is very much part of military life and so the skills you learn as a scientist can be applied.
Log in to Reply
Ok so if you could change anything about your proffesion what would it be and why? :)
How important would astronomy be in a scientists life?, I've always been interested but I'm not sure they do them in
If you weren't a scientist, what would you be?
What qualities do you need to become a scientist?
what has been your most shocking moment in your field of science and why?