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What do Navy Personnel do and where do they stay during LIBERTY?

I know liberty is like time off on the weekends or nights while in port/etc... Do Navy Personell have to stay in a hotel if they're on leave, or do they come back to their ship/base once they're done? Also, what's it like for submariners? I know that if they're on special missions, etc..., they don't get too much port time.. Do they get to see the sites once in a while?

Asked By: Yo - 9/1/2007
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I see some pretty good answers here, but I am just going to add one thing. If you are on a ship and are in port in another country or any other than their homeport, you have to return to the ship by a certain time every night... More
Answered By: kaylasmom47 - 9/1/2007
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They go to brothels.
Answered By: Bob from Mars - 9/1/2007
 
mainly it is all up to you
Answered By: Super_steve - 9/1/2007
 
You know what, i cant really say, i leave this week for basic training for the navy, but i wouold imagine that a sailor would be able to get a hotel room for the weekend, and be able to go around and explore the port they're in, just as long as there back to there ship on the last day of liberty at a certain time. I... More
Answered By: shorty126_99 - 9/1/2007
 
They usually go to bars, hotels and night places as an escape from the ship. During the day, they are tourists. It depends on the people but there is always fun to be had visiting new and strange places... More
Answered By: bravozulu - 9/1/2007
 
Get drunk, any were ally, beach, abanded car, back room at the last bar, or find a girl.
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Answered By: Joe C - 9/1/2007
 
bravozulu is correct. The only limitations are places which are designated "off limits".
Answered By: cpocollins - 9/1/2007
 
Okay, Liberty and Leave are two different things... Leave is vacation that is charged against the 30 days a year you earn. Liberty is "time-off", and normally you have to stay within 50 miles of the ship or squadron... More
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Answered By: Robert S - 9/1/2007
 
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