Hard to coordinate with the ships schedule. A lot of paper work was involved for this and sometimes you couldn't even get any time off during the year.
30 day paid vacation You can carry over your paid vacation up to 60 days
You receive 2.5 days per month time off.
You may or may not get to take all of your vacation; depends on your command.
30 days of paid leave per year. Also, all federal holidays unless you have to stand duty that day
Great, 30 days off a year. Flexibility is sometimes limited based on where you are stationed. Vacation days roll over from year to year for up to 60 at beginning of fiscal year. (90 max)
You get 30 days of leave a year, you can't beat that!
You get 30 days leave a year, but it's counted differently than at a corporate job (weekends count too). Still, if you use it smartly it's at least equivalent to 3 weeks at a corporate job.
2.5 days given per month. Most of the time, weekends are counted when spending leave so plan accordingly. You can have a max of 60 days carried over by 1 October of each year unless authorized to go over that limit. You can sell back up to 60 days of unspent leave when separating or retiring. Nearly every holiday is celebrated, most of the time there is also a half-day preceding the actual holiday. Some local commands grant additional time off for specific events. While on operational command, most holidays are not days off. Duty is a rotational shift work schedule which means you work on what could otherwise be a holiday.
the most leave youll ever get