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USnavy


Oct 18, 2011, 5:18 PM

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Re: [guangzhou] Exercises to build contact strength in Military?
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guangzhou wrote:
Not sure what your new Navy job is, but I think you'll be surprised at how much climbing time you get while serving. Cheers
How much time you get to climb is HIGHLY dependent on a number of things. But the mainly its dependent on what type of duty station your command is classified as (e.g., shore, type III sea, type II sea, sub, ect.), the specific polices of your command, and your rate and rating. But basically, if you are on sea duty (except type III sea), dont expect to climb much. You will be on deployment a lot and doing sea trials and crap like that a lot. Those guys often spend nine months out of the year doing work related stuff. You will get some foreign port time, but you will not be able to climb while in a foreign port because of time restrictions and buddy requirements.

If you get type I duty (shore), you MAY have a lot of time to climb, but that's highly dependent on your command. I know some shore commands that only give their Sailors six days a month off, others give their Sailors 15 days off a month, it just depends.

edit: This assumes we are talking about the US Navy.


(This post was edited by USnavy on Oct 19, 2011, 4:24 PM)



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