The Ship - All Hands - Decorations - Remembrance
Your attention is invited to the enclosed information which will doubtless be of interest to you.
Men who have registered for Selective Service may be accepted for enlistment in the Navy or Naval Reserve at any time prior to receipt of orders for induction under selective service.
This office, is open each day except Sunday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The enclosed franked envelope, is for your convenience, in obtaining any further information you may desire from this office.
(Signed) G. A. Kraus GM1c, F4c, USFR
Physical requirements for enlistment in the U.S. NAVAL RESERVE are modified as follows:
The following classes are now open.
Age 17 to 28: **Apprentice Seamen, for Aviation Machinist's Mate.
Age 17 to 26: **Apprentice Seamen, for Radioman, Signalman or Yeoman (Clerical).
Telegraphers, Chief, First Class, Second Class or Third Class.
Telegraphers (for Cable Duty), Chief, First Class, Second Class or Third Class.
Age 29 to 27: Must have 2 years college; enlisted as Seaman Second Class for Aviation Cadet Training.
Age 17 to 36: **Apprentice Seaman, for Metalsmith, Machinist's Mate, Electrician's Mate, Carpenter's Mate and Storekeeper.
Age 17 to 50: Any Rating corresponding to those of the Regular Navy.
**Upon completion of recruit training, if qualified in accordance with the present standards for entrance in Service Schools, will be sent to School for instruction in their Specialty. If not qualified, these men will be available for general detail.
Age 20 to 28: Must be College graduate and hold BA, BS or Engineering degree. Enlisted as Apprentice Seaman for three-month training cruise as Midshipman, upon the successful completion of which to be commissioned as Ensign D-V(G) U.S. Naval Reserve.