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Discussion in 'US Navy Forum' started by LDNN, Jan 30, 2011.
1994-1999, HM3 8404, did some time up in Adak, Alaska and finished up in Millinton, TN.
So you will be an ET or FC. I am glad I didn't get to pick because I would have gone FC and didn't find out till later that ETs get WAY better shore duties. Both are excellent rates. I am ETSN as of the moment and will be ET3 in less than a month. Enjoy spending 12-18 months in Great Lakes IL. You could get really lucky and spend two extremely cold winters there like I did. If you have any questions on what to expect from boot camp, Great Lakes, and when you will actually advance E-4 PM me. Great Lakes is terrible but will be worth when you see how good our rate has it compared to the other ones.
BTW dont listen to ANYONE about ANYTHING who hasn't at least gone through boot camp.
FMF doc, 2MARDIV. We made Marines scared of the silver bullet. yut.
Go Navy. FMF Doc - desert storm and all over the pacific rim
94-07 ET/SS nuke type
76-82 USS Miller ff1091.
1961-1981 Retired ETCS
1979-1983 Reported to boot camp 10 days after craduating high school. Served with VA105 out of Jacksonville, Fl. cruised on the Kennedy, injured while off duty and medically retired in 1983. Bombs Away!
USS Shenandoah AD44
USS Canopus AS34
USS America CV66 (now a reef unfortunately..can't believe they sunk what I considered our nation's flagship )
1966 - 1970 uss forrestal cva-59
82 - 92
I was an OS.
USS Saipan LHA 2, now decommissioned. Ouch
USS Abraham Lincoln, CVN 72 (Plankowner)
2.5 years shore duty at Naval Security Group, Northwest in Chesapeake, Va. Now closed.
83 to 86 nimitz 86 to 89 miller
'75 to '05
Tautog, San Jose and Mars.
Philly, Grumman in NY, LOGPAC, SUBPAC, TRIREFFAC Kings Bay, New Orleans (space shuttle), CNET Pensacola, Navy Region SE Jacksonville (last tour)
as my user name implies - Navy Captain
Navy Corpsman, HM2, with 2 years at the Naval Hospital Portsmouth Va, and remaining time with the 2nd MarDiv HOOOO YAAA.
Enjoyed retirement for a while then went and got married and a masters in nursing lol. Now I'm both an ER nurse for 2 12 hour shifts per week and a travelling RN for the remaining 3 12 hour days of the week. The wife is an MD and we both work for the same hospital system.
Tradevman here 80 - 87 (What? The NAVY has ships?)
Ahoy!...1976 - 1980. USS Coral Sea: Oct. 1977 - March 1980. G-3 Division, "Gonzo Station" - The Gulf. Departed as GMG2.
1966-1968 USS Hancock (CVA-19)
1968-1970 USS Coral Sea (CVA-43)
Unfortunately, both of these fine ships has been scrapped. Made 4 tours of Viet Nam. Both ships were homeported in Alameda, CA.
Active 19Sep77 to 16Sep81. Honorable Discharge dated 20Jul83.
STG: '87 - '95
STS: '95 - '07
Sure glad I'm DONE!