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What is the vacation policy like? How many vacation days do you get per year?

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Paid time off. 2.5 days per month, which accumulate to 30 days a year, which rolls over to a maximum of 60 days a year if you continue stacking up days.

Answered - Test Project Team Manager (Current Employee) - Vandenberg AFB, CA

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30 days per year

Answered - Clinical Nurse (Former Employee) - Maryland

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30 day per year

Answered - Section Director (Former Employee) - Utah

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30 days of leave per year. 2.5 days per month. Your vacation days can be taken whenever you like.

Answered - Infrastructure Superintendent (Current Employee) - Colorado Springs, CO

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You earn hours each pay period depending on your service length

Answered - Logistics Management Specialist (Current Employee) - Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

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30 days per year

Answered - Public Affairs Admin (Former Employee) - Charleston, WV

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The more time you sink here, the more time you get. Seniors federal servants have a LOT of time off from years of accrued time off and generous vacation days.

Answered - Engineering Intern (Former Employee) - Warner Robins, GA

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30 days per year

Answered - Inventory Control Specialist (Former Employee) - Grand Forks, ND

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Excellent. You dont get holidays but everyone gets a standard 28 days across the board of paid vacation. More if your deployed.

Answered - Avionics Technician (Former Employee) - Mildenhall UK

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You have 22 days of vacation a year. If you request vacation with enough notice you will be given the time off.

Answered - VEHICLE OPERATOR, KADENA AIR BASE (Former Employee) - Okinawa, Japan

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