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A simple queston with a very complex nature.

It all varies. Varies on country, which service (navy, army, etc), and war time situation.

Usually it goes something like this:

1. Enlistment

2. Bootcamp (6-13weeks)

3. Additional training at a military school for specific job (5-36weeks)

4. Training with one's specific unit (4-24weeks)

5. Deployment (ship or air transport)

But this is just a general idea, like I said, it all varies.

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