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Sailors and Officers are eligible for up to 30 days of paid vacation, accumulative up to 60 days.
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You have 30 days' paid vacation per year, with the ability to accrue up to 60. You can sell days back in a pinch, but it's generally not worth it unless you're about to get out. Depending on your individual situation at your command/base/office, you might find difficulty in scheduling leave solely based on personal preference. So, take it with a grain of salt when you listen to the recruiter.
30 days a year with up to 60 days carryover, all federal holidays off (unless you are deployed or on watch).
Sometimes approval is held up for petty reasons.
2.5 days per month with a cap of 60 days accumulated at the end of each fiscal year.
Leave is earned quickly and it is all paid leave.
2 days per month is great, Space A travel. Save your leave and get paid
30 days a year is good but you are working a lot for that time off
30 days vacation per year.
30 days of leave a year which weekends DO count towards that total. Leadership claims it can be taken when requested, but realistically if you're not prepared to battle for any "out of cycle" time off, don't request it.
30 Days of paid leave per year. Rollover up to 60 Days