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  1. 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

  2. From the job description more than likely you'll be stationed ashore for the first assignment at least. Best I can tell you from experience in the military. If you want to travel volunteer for overseas bases that have aircraft. http://usmilitary.about.com/od/enlistedjob1/a/ac.htm

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 13/06/2010

  3. That means that as an ET you will spend 48 months at a sea command which is usually on a ship. Sometimes overseas duty counts as sea duty, but they aren't that many overseas that count that way anymore. An ET is a shipboard rating...

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 02/08/2010

  4. how often you deploy and for how long has Little to do with the job you have. if your unit/command deploys.. so do you. actually surprised that the AF is even taking you being PS....

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 27/07/2009

  5. When I was in Vietnam I served in the Special forces,the good ole days. To help you understand more about the upcoming answer I first have to tell you a story. I was 19 when I...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 17/07/2010

  6. It does depend on the MOS and where the positions are located (Installation). Soldiers are reassigned by the needs of the Army at a particular installation. Not all Soldiers will spend a...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 27/01/2008

  7. I was in Luwait in 2001 at the old CP Doha. I use to go to the pool area the shaw gave to the military by the smoke stacks. We had shower trailers and port-o-pots. I lived in a warehouse with other...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 28/08/2013

  8. It depends on your rating. Figure you're going o be stationed aboard ship about half your career. Some get more sea duty, some less. It also depends on the needs of the Navy. Sometimes...

    4 Answers · Politics & Government · 22/05/2009

  9. Yes, it means that you do 60 months of Sea Duty and then, if you still have the "whole" entire 36 months left, you will do 36 months of Shore Duty. But if you only signed up initially for only 6 years, you will do...

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 06/11/2010

  10. "does that mean the sailor stays at sea for 36 months straight excluding port vists and repairs?" Nope, just means that duty at/on a particular place/ship etc. is considered "sea duty". If on a ship the ship...

    1 Answers · Politics & Government · 01/11/2010

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