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Army Sea Duty Ribbon

Discussion in 'US Army Forum' started by the iceman, Nov 7, 2007.

  1. the iceman

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  2. deadday

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    88K-watercraft operator
    88L-watercraft engineer
     

  3. Sam White

    Sam White I miss you bud Silver Member

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    Also:

    880A1 and 880A2 Marine Deck Officer

    881A1 and 882A1 Marine Engineering Officer

    Those are warrant officer positions.
     
  4. the iceman

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    So would these soldiers be assigned to Naval ships?
     
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    Also, back in the late 80s & early 90s there were Army Aviators flying OH-58Ds off of Navy ships in the gulf. They and their ground crews qual for that service ribbon.
     
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    I was just a dumb grunt. I honestly had no idea the Army could also be at sea.