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My son graduates June 12 phycology E3. How long will it be to know next duty station? Does he get to come home first?

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Not sure what you mean by "phycology" but after "C" School the Sailors are allowed leave if that is what he decides to do.  When he gets his orders to his first command he will know how long his leave is.  Also keep in mind he has to pay for his leave, so he pays to come home.  The Navy will only pay for them to go from their school to their first duty station.

Excuse my word misspelled he is currently in C school graduating on June 12th. He is HM PSYCHOLOGIST ignore the capital letters
OMG I COULD REALLY REALLY HUG YOU RIGHT NOW . at least i have a description
I am not looking forward to what is next. I know because i am a worry wart and need details :( i went through this with the damn marines and here i go again. I am proud of him i am juat sad we are so far away from him :(

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