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Is it possible to get vacation

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Yes, you get 2.5 vacation days every month.

Answered - Avionics Technician (Former Employee) - Fort Drum, NY

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30 days of leave (vacation) per year.

Answered - Department Chief, Maternal Child Health (Current Employee) - Fort Stewart, GA

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Yes! once you are in the position of promotion

Answered - COMBAT ARMY MEDIC (Former Employee) - Fort Bliss, TX

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You earn 2.5 days a month, meaning 30 days a year. Being afforded the time to use it is case by case depending on training and other factors, but you earn 30 a year and can stack those year to year up until a certain amount before you are forced to take them.

Answered - 91B Wheeled Vehicle Diesel Mechanic (Former Employee) - Fayetteville, NC

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Yes, paid Vacation
30 days a year.

Answered - LAUNDRY PLANT APPRENTICE/QUALITY INSPECTOR (Former Employee) - Leavenworth, KS

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Yes it is.

Answered - 25U Signal Support Systems Specialist (Current Employee) - Canton, MS

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Yes. Leave is encouraged to be used.

Answered - Satellite Transmission Controller (Former Employee) - Okinawa Japan

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OH Yeah, and plenty of it. No limitations of destinations.

Answered - Military Intelligence Administrative Analyst (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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Yes 30 days paid a year

Answered - Senior Information Specialist (Former Employee) - Fort Campbell, KY

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Yes, you accrued day while serving in the Army.

Answered - Team Leader (Former Employee) - Fort Riley, KS

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