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I Don't Think They Are Being Train For Jobs Outside Of The Navy, So What Are They To Do If They Get Out?Continue
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I don't understand why the Navy won't let you move when you rate for a job that you qualify for. It seem like they hold you back from progress and learning. It doesn't help the sailors who would want…Continue
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hi my name is alene, very new at this and saw u were from georgia so am i. sent u a friend request. my son left today for basic so im grasping at straws here to get thru all this. just wishing u good luck and here if u need someone to talk too.