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the iceman
11-07-2007, 12:21
I just noticed that the Army has a Sea Duty Ribbon.

http://www.tioh.hqda.pentagon.mil/Awards/ArmySeaDutyRibbon.htm

Can anyone tell me why and what MOS's would be at sea? This doesn't make sense to me.

deadday
11-07-2007, 13:38
88K-watercraft operator
88L-watercraft engineer

Sam White
11-07-2007, 14:59
Also:

880A1 and 880A2 Marine Deck Officer

881A1 and 882A1 Marine Engineering Officer

Those are warrant officer positions.

the iceman
11-10-2007, 00:34
So would these soldiers be assigned to Naval ships?

deadday
11-10-2007, 00:42
Did you know the Army has more boats than the Navy? Bet ya didn't....








Okay, so not really, but here is an article about the Armys seapower http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3738/is_200704/ai_n19432078

drew

RmeAv8tor
11-13-2007, 19:40
Also, back in the late 80s & early 90s there were Army Aviators flying OH-58Ds off of Navy ships in the gulf. They and their ground crews qual for that service ribbon.

the iceman
11-14-2007, 00:53
I was just a dumb grunt. I honestly had no idea the Army could also be at sea.