A St. Louis, Missouri native, Travis served eight years in the United States Navy. Duty stations include Air Test and Evaluation Squadron One (AIRTEVRON ONE), NAS Patuxent River, MD, the USS Mount Whitney (LCC-20), Commander Second Fleet (COMSECONDFLT), and US Transportation Command, (USTRANSCOM) Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. After the Navy, Travis worked in the Information Technology sector for twenty-five years. Connect with Travis @MichaelTRose.
Navy Gas Turbine Systems Technicians (GS) are responsible for the operation, maintenance and repair on the Navy’s gas turbine engines, main propulsion machinery (including shafting, gears, and controllable pitch propellers), propulsion control systems, and assigned auxiliary equipment.
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The United States Navy charges its Interior Communications Electricians (IC) the responsibility of installation, maintenance, and repair of all equipment required for interior communications aboard ships and at shore facilities.
Interior communications are extremely vital to the inner workings of … Click Here To Read the rest
Navy Religious Program Specialists (RP) primarily assist Navy Chaplains in the performance of the chaplain’s duties, but also support the Chaplains in developing and supporting programs designated to help meet the needs of US Marines, Sailors,
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Navy Aviation Mechanical Administrationman are referred to as AZs.
This is perhaps fitting, as sailors in this diverse rating, as AZs seem to do everything from “A to Z.”
Normally working in production or maintenance control, you’ll find the AZ … Click Here To Read the rest
Navy Personnel Specialists (PS) are the Navy’s customer support representatives for their fellow sailors.
The PS provides their shipmates with both counseling and information to Navy-related occupations, general education and job training opportunities, rights and benefits, and promotion requirements.
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