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Anyone have experience with I&I Duty?

Any pros/cons?
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Re: Anyone have experience with I&I Duty?

  • imagekiranata:

    Depends on what you would be lld from. And the pros are kind of the cons.

    "YEAH! I don't have to PT" "Oh man, I can't PT. If I do it's disobeying a direct order"

     "YEAH! My wrist is sprained!" "Oh man, now I can't drive my car because my wrist is sprained." (Totally happened. I punched a wall in my sleep, so it wasn't sprained, but they sent me for x-rays. The clinic with x-rays was about a 20 minute drive. Had to drive myself but my lld chit said no driving. It was really a wtf moment.)

     Been my experience with lld though that 9 times out of 10 they take away PT for the duration of your lld, which can last from I think 1 day to 2 weeks is the max I have ever seen (can be renewed by reconsulting with a doc).

     

     

    I & I in the USMC is instructor/inspector.  

    I've seen a lot of military surprise homecomings. It wouldn't work on me. I always have my back to the corner and my face to the door. Looking for terrorists, criminals, various other threats, and husbands.
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  • imageWishIcouldbeinthe'stan:
    imagekiranata:

    Depends on what you would be lld from. And the pros are kind of the cons.

    "YEAH! I don't have to PT" "Oh man, I can't PT. If I do it's disobeying a direct order"

     "YEAH! My wrist is sprained!" "Oh man, now I can't drive my car because my wrist is sprained." (Totally happened. I punched a wall in my sleep, so it wasn't sprained, but they sent me for x-rays. The clinic with x-rays was about a 20 minute drive. Had to drive myself but my lld chit said no driving. It was really a wtf moment.)

     Been my experience with lld though that 9 times out of 10 they take away PT for the duration of your lld, which can last from I think 1 day to 2 weeks is the max I have ever seen (can be renewed by reconsulting with a doc).

     

     

    I & I in the USMC is instructor/inspector.  

     

    Yes I was referring to I&I Duty in the USMC... so still looking for someone who has been through it -- my husband has a choice of duty station and was looking into I&I Duty 

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