Here is an email I receive often from young teenagers who know they want to serve their country, but are curious how to start preparing themselves for the military training - especially Navy SEAL and other Navy programs like aviation and of course learning seamanship. Smith, I am 15 years old and have wanted to be in the Navy since I was Are there any training camps I can do at my age? What do I need to know? At your age I would focus on learning how to be a team player first - play sports and have fun. Work out on your own to get better at both sports and your future military career. So yes, you can start working out now. Start off with body weight exercises like pushups, situps, dips, squats, lunges, pull-ups, running and swimming. See my Navy Seal articles for more ideas on how to train. Learning the other areas of the Navy is a must as well and the Sea Cadets will help you with the discipline, team work, other sea-going and aviation skills you will learn when in the Navy.
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Do you have a child who grew up playing with GI Joe, wearing camouflage and playing Army? Maybe it was just a phase or maybe your child wants to serve in the military one day and is determined to do everything they can to prepare -- even at a young age. If their desire to serve in the military stays strong, consider this a guide for preparing them for what's to come:. Just let them be. If your child is under the age of 10, chances are they will change their mind a few more times before high school. Wait it out to see whether it is just a passing interest or if the desire to serve grows stronger without any outside influence. In the meantime, do research on future options for training, programs and other events to assist with preparing them for their dream job.