Posted on Aug 30, 2014
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What are some of the rare duty stations that no one has heard of?
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CPT Jacob Swartout
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I would say McMurdo Station in Antarctica is one rare duty station. Not too many people have been there or maybe even want to be assigned in such a cold place.
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MSG Danny Mathers
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Ice station Zebra is the other name. When I first got into SOF in 1979. You were told you'd be assigned there if you screw, OPSEC. I always thought it was a joke!
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SrA Dinah Short
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Or pine gap in Australia
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SFC Readiness Nco
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I would love to go! My cousin was hired as a contractor
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SFC Readiness Nco
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Minnesota isn’t that bad. Lol MSG (Join to see)
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BG Dep. Director, Military Programs
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Back in the day, they had the Tunnel Neutralization Team (TNT) in Korea. A unit of engineers dedicated to finding the North Korean tunnels into the ROK. Being a nerdy engineer, I would have loved that assignment.
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Edited 8 y ago
A view of kwaj lagoon
Flags of the us and marshall islands
The pacific ocean
I had spent two years as a civilian contractor working on Kwajalein Atoll. There are only a handful of Soldiers who work there; the rest are civilians (DA and contractors). It's located in the Marshall Islands, approximately 2100 miles SW from Hawaii. It's a great place for SCUBA diving, sailing and fishing.

Here's the link:
http://www.smdc.army.mil/RTS.html
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