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Remember your becoming a part of an organization that serves our country. Take the good and imulate your leaders and ignore the bad in leaders. When you become a leader do the right thing at all times and learn to give of yourself for your people. I'm retired and this formula worked for me. You will never find a more challenging career. Good luck fair winds and enjoy.

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I feel very exited to go to work everyday

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Whenever they want. They keep you even if there is no real work or mission work necessary. The most important thing they don’t twll you about duty days which are horrible. Duty days require you on the ship or any station 24 hours. May not seem bad but some duty rotations are 2, 3 or 4 days... especiallly subs. Evey rate on a sub requires 4 day duty except th cooks. If you come on stand down for duty days due to coming back from a deployment... duty is every 3 days usually a month long when you get back from deployment. That consists of no work other than duty every 3 says where you are required to sleep on ship.

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The Navy is forever evolving with new policies involving a Sailors personal and professional career, as leaders we must read, understand and implement new to our junior Sailors in order for new innovation in the Navy to successful

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26 days per year after 15 years of service

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Through certain occasions

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A few weeks (3 weeks), they check all your credentials, licenses, immunizations, background check, drug test, references, they are very thorough.

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What my plans for the future at SPAWAR?

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Give diabetics opportunities where their condition may not have a conflict of interest with their duty . Like the band, or the mess hall, or whatever . Just give them a chance . Saying there is no place for them in any branch of the military is discriminating .

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Honorable discharge... Did my 4 years

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