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Answered - Information systems technician (Former Employee) - Norfolk, VA
The culture was good because I got a chance to meet a lot of new people as well as learn a lot of new things.
Answered - Personnel Specialist (Former Employee) - Lemoore, CA
Hard working got the job done
Answered - GSM Gas Turbine System Mechanic (Former Employee) - Youkosuka Japan
Work evnvirorment depends on your chain of command and the history is long set and always spoken about
Answered - Interior Communications Electrician (Current Employee) - Hampton Roads, VA
It varies from command to command. Some commands are great while other commands are not.
Answered - Aviation Structural Mechanic (Former Employee) - New Orleans, LA
Sea duty is a hard life style but is "do-able." Working conditions are not always that great but the outcome of your hard work is always self rewarding.
Answered - Petty Officer Third Class (Former Employee) - Bremerton, WA
You will develop friendships and work ethics that will last a life time.
Answered - Machinist Mate Petty Officer Second Class (Current Employee) - Norfolk, VA
Good.We all looked out for each other.
Answered - Ship - Base- Shore patrol assignments. (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA
Stressful. Long hours. Lots of time away from home. Your shipmates are family, though. Strongest bonds ever.
Answered - Gas Turbine Systems Technician - Electrical (Former Employee) - Rota, Spain
It was relaxed compared to most military stations, because we were so far from Bethesda and on a remote island. Therefore, regular rules were not as strict as they were on at other duty stations. The doctors and the nurses were very helpful in training me and helping me to distance my self from the patience and the illness or injury, because if you let your emotions control your actions, people die and complications occur. They taught me focus in situations, where focus seems impossible.
Answered - Naval Corpsman, Emergency Room (Former Employee) - GU