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Answered - Information systems technician (Former Employee) - Norfolk, VA
The culture was good because I got a chance to meet a lot of new people as well as learn a lot of new things.
Answered - Personnel Specialist (Former Employee) - Lemoore, CA
Hard working got the job done
Answered - GSM Gas Turbine System Mechanic (Former Employee) - Youkosuka Japan
Work evnvirorment depends on your chain of command and the history is long set and always spoken about
Answered - Interior Communications Electrician (Current Employee) - Hampton Roads, VA
It varies from command to command. Some commands are great while other commands are not.
Answered - Aviation Structural Mechanic (Former Employee) - New Orleans, LA
Sea duty is a hard life style but is "do-able." Working conditions are not always that great but the outcome of your hard work is always self rewarding.
Answered - Petty Officer Third Class (Former Employee) - Bremerton, WA
You will develop friendships and work ethics that will last a life time.
Answered - Machinist Mate Petty Officer Second Class (Current Employee) - Norfolk, VA
Good.We all looked out for each other.
Answered - Ship - Base- Shore patrol assignments. (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA
Stressful. Long hours. Lots of time away from home. Your shipmates are family, though. Strongest bonds ever.
Answered - Gas Turbine Systems Technician - Electrical (Former Employee) - Rota, Spain