January 14 2015
The U.S. Coast Guard plans to extend tours for more than 2,000 jobs in order to improve job proficiency, benefit service members and their families and save money, reports the Navy Times.
"Increasing tour lengths for certain billets will allow members to become more proficient in applying the training required and competencies gained for a longer period of time," Rear Adm. David Callahan, the assistant commandant for human resources, told the newspaper last week.
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