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MAA Moms

A group for moms of "Master At Arms" sailors.

Members: 786
Latest Activity: 20 hours ago

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We look forward to hearing about your sailors journey. How he/she likes being an MAA (MA) and which kind of job they are doing and how you are doing knowing what your sailor does for a living.
NOTE: Please help keep our sailors safe. Don't give out exact locations.Example: If he/she is in Iraq you can say Iraq but I would not say the name of the camp or a town near the camp. If they are on a ship don't give the last known location. Although some of that is public we don't in anyway want to jeopardize them.

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MA Schools
Lackland AFB, TX -- 40 calendar days
Hampton Roads, VA -- 50 calendar days
Kings Ba, GA -- 50 calendar days

Ship and shore physical security requirements, crime prevention, military and civil law, antiterrorism procedures, physical fitness training, interpersonal communications, first aid, firearms and physical restraint. Group instruction, classroom and physical training in use of restraining devices.

MA's Practicing There Skills - Bahrain

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Below is a look at what the MA sailors go though in "A" school at Lackland Air Force Base. USS Russell April 12, 2008 The ship's boarding team practices their close-quarters combat skills while the ship's Master-at-Arms offers "encouragement".

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Liberty for married Seaman

Started by kerbear2709 Jan 31. 0 Replies

Security call

Started by Ashleighmom. Last reply by lemonelephant Aug 16, 2015. 3 Replies

Graduation Dates

Started by MA mom of KY. Last reply by Christina May 31, 2015. 1 Reply

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Comment by lemonelephant 20 hours ago

Mom of NavyGal, Lackland is the only place for MA "A" School now and has been since the fall of 2008. Many of the "C" Schools for MA's are also at Lackland.

The Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) codes for MA's can be found at http://www.public.navy.mil/bupers-npc/reference/nec/NECOSVolII/Docu... on pages 71 to 73. You will note that there are very few NEC codes available for those with a rate E-1 to E-3, which is where the new Sailors fall. Dog Handler and NWSS (also known as PRP) are two areas that are open to E-1's. It is rare that one would be accepted into the Dog Handler program straight out of "A" School, but it has happened at times. There have also been a few who qualified for both Dog Handler and PRP.

Most MA's have various training opportunities at their assigned commands after "A" School, but will not go on to a "C" School.

Sailors with orders within the Coastal Riverine Force will complete a 4 week Riverine Combat Skills (RCS) course in Virginia before heading to their first duty station.

Sailors with orders to a combat zone will have 4 weeks of Expeditionary Combat School (ECS) in Gulfport, Mississippi before heading to their first duty station.

Join San Antonio MA's; the discussion, Break down week by week, will let you know what happens at NTTC Lackland (San Antonio).

Comment by Mom of NavyGal 21 hours ago

Hi, Well, my daughter K is still at BC, just arrived almost 2 weeks ago, so she has a few more weeks before she arrives at her A school. We are told that she'll be heading to TX for her schooling, but I noticed there are three places she might go...or are the other two places for advanced training - Va and Ga. Just curious...trying to think ahead for A school graduation LOL...yea, I like to plan ahead..not really, I am switching jobs, and just want to be able to tell my new employer that I will need some time for the A school graduation. Also, where might I find information about what actual rates (jobs) are under the Master of Arms. Just trying to keep my mind busy until I know where she will be and what she will actually be doing...thanks for all the information you can give me, and thank you for welcoming me.

Comment by Edwards19 ( Tricia ) on May 5, 2016 at 1:28pm

Does anyone know about the food situation on base and how that works? Thanks 

Comment by Edwards19 ( Tricia ) on May 3, 2016 at 2:16pm

ok Thank you I will do some research 

Comment by Kylesmom on May 3, 2016 at 2:12pm
You could always check with where ever she will schedule her appointment. My Son went to our post office. The lady there was really helpful. They should have a 1-800 number for questions but I just checked the site and they don't seem to.
Comment by Edwards19 ( Tricia ) on May 3, 2016 at 1:58pm

She is not in school she leaves the 18th of May  so I am not sure.. She is not working now. but she does sub so I guess I can put that since she is active that way 

Comment by Kylesmom on May 3, 2016 at 1:10pm
When I got my Son's I put what his job was then. If they are still in school you can put student. The lady at the post office said it would not make a difference because they are good for several years. You will update the job when they renew.
Comment by Edwards19 ( Tricia ) on May 3, 2016 at 12:33pm

lemonelephant, What do we put on the occupation part for Passport? My daughter has not left to BC yet

Comment by lemonelephant on April 29, 2016 at 2:58pm

Tricia, it is suggested to have a civilian passport. It is not absolutely necessary, but is helpful.

Comment by Edwards19 ( Tricia ) on April 29, 2016 at 12:53pm

lemonelehant   so I was told by my daughters Recruiter that she did not need a Passport. I know she can travel on orders, but what if she is out of country and has to come home alone or private issues? any thoughts? 

 

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