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You can chose to open an account in your hometown with the bank of your choosing and have the information with you when you report to Boot Camp. Or you can go with out one and have to open one with Navy Federal or possibly the Armed Forces Bank/something else. NFCU is a good bank to have, they have branches on lots of bases around the world including Army & Air Force bases. They do offer options for loans, credit cards, mortgages, etc... USAA is a good bank as well the only problem with them is that there is no actual branch to go to except in San Antonio, pennsylvania and maybe one or two other locations. So you do have to mail in your deposits. Some say there is an online deposit option where you scan the check and it goes into the account immediately but now that is only an option if you have a line of credit with them such as a loan, credit card or even insurance.
NFCU is a good bank with branches on most bases including overseas ones. They do have an accounts specific for AD members where you do get ATMs fees refunded up to a certain amount each month. They offer loans, mortgages, credit cards, investments, etc.... You can open an account with them when you arrive at Boot.
You do not get paid unless you have a bank account so they can do direct deposit to that account. If not getting paid right way does not bother you, wait until you get to Great Lakes. I myself would open an account before I left home just in case.
I HIGHLY recommend USAA first followed by Navy Federal...you can sign up online for either...
As far as I know you can sign up when you get there. My sister was in the USMC and she was required to open one while she was at bootcamp.