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Work as hard as you can study and advance

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I love going to work everyday

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Once you graduate boot camp and 18 school and get your first set of orders you can pick your shift and wants you to that it's just like working a nine-to-five except for some weekends you might have to stand a watch 12 hours which is considered duty

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Watch your back.

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26 days per year after 15 years of service

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Through certain occasions

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I got out because i filed a greviance against my command and was put under a 6 month investigation and even though the investigating officer fohnd that i was innocent, he later told me that the command threatened him if i were not found guilty. I because of the punitive letter never made any more rank after making chief in seven years. The executive officer hit me and the commanding officer did nothing. I followed the rules and still got screwed. The co at the time called me a couple of years later and asked me to come down to Charleston SC and run his food service division as if i was supposed to have forgotten that he ruined my carrer. There is no justice anywhere.

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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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