Navy offers up to $150,000 retention bonus for some SEAL officers
ARLINGTON, Va. — U.S. Navy to SEAL officers: We need you, and we’ll make it worth your while to stick around.
Some SEALs are being offered up to $125,000 to stay in the special warfare community, Navy officials said.
The move comes as the Navy faces a jump in its requirement for SEAL officers, said Lt. David Silverman, assistant officer community manger for naval special warfare.
About 105 SEAL officers are eligible for the bonus, which targets officers with between 15 and 25 years of experience, Silverman said on Tuesday.
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