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  1. Because seals have their primary mission requirements that they have to maintain IE hydrographic recon, demolition 2. because seals are mainly first term sailors, thier turn over is greater than say army special...

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 12/06/2012

  2. when is your PRD? that is when you can see if there are any shore billets available( do not be surprised if there are none. most shore duty for CS has been contracted out to civilians. )

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 21/02/2012

  3. generally speaking that is how they TRY and manage it. depending on your ratings, however, that may not be possible, as some ratings are exclusively shore duty( CTI, CTN, any of the SeaBee ratings) and some are...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 13/12/2009

  4. Specifically "Blue and Gold" refers to the two crews of a ballistic missile submarine. Fast attack submarines only have one crew. Traditionally a ship has one crew. That one crew takes the ship...

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 09/02/2010

  5. Deployments are done by unit, not base. Which units deploy the most depend on who is needed but as of right now the Army attempts to evenly spread the deployments out. Army Times usually posts an...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 30/03/2010

  6. things like that are under opsec {operational security} you wont be able to find out. unless of course your a spouse, then the frg will keep you informed of unit activities and things going on w/the unit while deployed. your spouse will have a good idea as to...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 29/04/2009

  7. First Sea Tour: You are assigned to a ship (for example USS STUMP) for 3 years. You have a rack on the ship and that is where you live for your first 3 years. Where the ship

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 26/07/2010

  8. It only goes by the date you arrived there. Everyone served the same numer of days or months. If I recall it was 24 months for most, but involuntary extensions were commonplace due to shortages in...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 04/06/2008

  9. no limits. you go as often as you are sent.

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 02/01/2009

  10. A lot of OS shore-duty billets are on staffs, doing a lot of the same plotting/tracking functions as they did on ships. Alternatively, I seem to always run in to OS on shore duty at...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 19/05/2011

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