Interested applicants must be aware of requirements associated with inter-service transfers, as outlined in MILPERSMAN 1300-082. Applicants shall work with their current command and the SEAL OCM to ensure proper application package submittal and processing. Complete packages must be submitted through an applicant’s service chain of command for approval, with a copy concurrently sent to the SEAL OCM to ensure delayed staffing does not preclude SEAL board evaluation. If selected for an inter-service commission, an applicant’s final selection is not official until the losing service and gaining service approve the request. Proper routing is the responsibility of the applicant. Packages are due to SEAL OCM (SEAL_OCM@navy.mil) in the year prior to an applicant’s commissioning. Approval of losing service is due not later than 01 March of the applicant’s commissioning year. The inter-service commission process differs for each service. Cadets and/or midshipmen shall coordinate package submission with their chain of command.
• See Important Dates
• Notification of selection processed through your chain-of-command.Medical Requirements
• MANMED P-117 Chapter 15
, Section 105 – eye requirements on pages 26 and 84.
• SECNAVINST 1000.7F - Interservice Transfer of Commissioned Officers.
• MILPERSMAN 1300-082 - Interservice Transfer of an Officer into the Navy.
• MILPERSMAN 1210-220 - General requirements.
• OPNAVINST 1420.1B - General requirements.
• MILPERSMAN 1220-410 - PST requirements.
• Army (Army Regulation 614–120)
• Air Force (Air Force Instruction 36-3207)
• Marine Corps (MCO P1100.73)
SEAL Officer Application Contents
1. Application Letter for Inter-service Commission to NSW: example.
2. Commanding Officer’s Inter-service Commission Endorsement Letter (conditional release from parent service): example.
3. Officer Data Card: Card will be sent to applicants after the SEAL OCM receives all other package items. Card should be returned to the SEAL OCM in Excel format. Please review the attached example for guidance.
4. Statement of Understanding: example.
5. Report of Applicant Screening: example. The Physical Screening Test (PST) is recorded on this form by a SEAL officer or officer at your command. PST should be conducted within 3 months of package submission and shall be within 6 months in order to ensure an accurate representation of the candidates physical status.
6. Copy of Master Personnel Record.
7. Resume or Curriculum Vitae. There is no specific format required. Include accurate contact information.
If you have ever applied or competed to become a SEAL Officer, include date applied or competed and how far into the process you got.
8. Official College Transcript
9. No more than two (2) Letters of Reference (LOR): example.
- There is an official format for LORs. Please contact the SEAL OCM office for more information about the required formatting of LORs. Completed letters should be submitted to SEAL_OCM@navy.mil.
- The LOR should not solely be a character reference. These should be used as a tool to highlight your accomplishments, experiences, and leadership potential.
10. DD2807: medical history. Please ask about the SOAS medical form prior to completing the DD2807.
**EKG/ECG must be completed**
11. DD2808: medical exam stamped PQ for diving duty.
**Dive medical officer signature is preferred but not required on physical to attend summer cruise but is required for final accession into NSW**
**Submit Package to SEAL_OCM@navy.mil**
**Please submit all package items as individual PDF files.**
**Please encrypt any e-mails containing PII and ensure compliance of your command's PII guidance. If you do choose to send unencrypted e-mails containing your PII understand the risk involved.**