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ⓘ Musician (United States Navy)




Musician (United States Navy)
                                     

ⓘ Musician (United States Navy)

Musician is a United States Navy occupational rating.

Musicians perform on one or more specific instruments to provide musical services onboard ships and at Armed Forces bases to inspire patriotism, raise company morale, increase loyalty and strengthen pride in the naval service, to provide musical services off base that reinforce customer engagement, to provide musical services to the General public, therefore increasing public awareness, promoting and enhancing the prestige of the Navy, and perform other musical skills as may be required in the rating indicators.

                                     
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