I'm an SRO instructor with 20 years experience, about to retire from an Exelon PWR.
Our non-licensed operator program and licensed operator programs are both VA benefit certified, but that's something each plant has to do. It's not consistent, even within a utility.
I was an EM1 on CVN-65, but Load Dispatcher doesn't fall neatly into the NRC guidelines, so I couldn't go direct SRO (many many years ago.) I had to license RO first. PPWS and EWS will qualify, if you have at least 2 years (I think it's 2 years) qualified in the watchstation.
We've had mixed results with Navy retirees going for instant SRO. If you've been out of the plants for a while, you'll probably have trouble. Commercial license training is much more difficult than the Navy's program. Don't count on skating through it. I wrote our last NRC exam, and everyone who was sent up passed it. 14 for 14. But we lost half a dozen along the way, including a couple of ex Navy nukes. And a MS in nuke engineering...