Per year one month or army rules I'm ok.
8 hours per week. I think so. Wouldn't take annual leave. Except for one time. Went to get my inheritance. Which at the end my layer took them all.
30 days per year
Answered - Information Systems Manager (Former Employee) - Bremerton, WA
You earn 30 days of leave every year, taking this leave is up to the command
Answered - Religious Program Specialist (Current Employee) - Camp Lejeune, NC
We acrew 30 days a year.
Answered - Quality Assurance Inspector (Current Employee) - Bangor Naval Submarine Base, WA
You receive 30 days of time off every year but can only hold 60 days at most.
Answered - Gas Turbine Systems Technician (Electrical) (Former Employee) - Hawaii, Illinios, and California
You get 2 1/2 vacation days each month and after 60 days or so it goes into lose/use days that you must use or they get lost for the next quarter.
Answered - Engineman (EN2) (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA
I believe you gain 1.5 days of leave for every month you are active duty, so in 12 months that would be 18 days.
Answered - 8404 Hospital Corpsman (Former Employee) - Kaneohe, HI
I got 14 days vacation per year
Answered - Staff Instructor/Nuclear Operator (Former Employee) - Ballston Spa, NY
As a reserve member I did not get vacation days.
Answered - Lieutenant Commander Nurse Corps (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL