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Navy is desperate for people. That's probably why. It's reported they may take issue with this policy from DoD.i know there are exceptions, but makes me wonder how they are keeping my husband in and as FIT when he is deemed non-deployable worldwide or onboard a ship
completely took the words out of my mouth here.As I read this, it appears to be written with a specific bias that may not be completely honest. The article focuses on cutting those who are unable to deploy overseas, however it does not focus on any of the needs we have in protecting our homeland.
We are having issues with cyber breaches, our borders, critical infrastructure etc...
Technically recruiters are considered to be deployed on mission every single day of their career. It would be a major distraction to the recruiting effort if medical appointments were tossed into the mix.Don’t forget Army recruiter 79R MOS.... these are all non deploying slots where an injured Soldier could do the job. Thousands of slots.