It is all really great.
Decent healthcare. All essentials and preventative are covered. Can be expensive and pay a lot out of pocket if you see a dr outside of network without a referral. This can be challenging if you are based in a rural area
Doesn't get better than military time off, over 60 days a year paid time off...
Of course, its a government job. You get all of the perks of being a government employee. TSP BRS and more. Medical Dental, although not very good, you get what you pay for. And by that, I mean its free.
Excellent benefits and nothing compares!
Full health care, education opportunities, with your first enlistment you get to choose your next duty station or what professional school you want to attend
The best part is that if you spend the time to learn what all is available to you the benefits are almost realistically endless.
Well its the government so they have 100 percent medical and dental. Everything you could need will be taken care of.
Corpsmen don’t know what they’re doing
Health benefits are horrible. The Navy corpsman are terrible and only some staff are worth the salary they are paid.