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Liberty is "time off" from the daily routine. Graduating Sailors will be granted liberty to go off-base during the day with their families.

 

Liberty is ‘time off’ from the daily work routine. Graduating Sailors will be granted daytime liberty after graduation to spend time off-base with their families and friends.  Sailors are expected to act responsibly and maintain military bearing while interacting in a civilian environment. 

  1. Graduating Sailors are prohibited from using tobacco products or consuming alcoholic beverages at any time while on liberty, regardless of age.
  2. Graduating Sailors are prohibited from operating any motorized vehicles. 
  3. Graduating Sailors must remain in their complete uniform while on liberty.  If they are engaging in physical activity or swimming, they must wear the authorized Navy issued workout gear.
  4. Food, tobacco products, video cameras, cell phones, or any other portable electronic shall not be brought back to RTC. 
  5. Sailors reporting to A School at Training Support Center, Great Lakes generally detach from Recruit Training Command (RTC) on Friday.  Sailors who will attend A School outside of Great Lakes will depart on Saturday. To get the most accurate information please communicate with your recruit.
  6. Graduating Sailors departing RTC for follow-on training the same day as graduation or those who are in a duty status will be granted limited on-base liberty.
  7. Graduating Sailors must stay within a 50-mile radius of RTC. 
  8. Graduating Sailors receive an in-depth liberty briefing prior to their graduation day.

 

The picture of the two sailors above was taken at Gurnee Mills Mall north of RTC. It's a favorite spot to spend some time with your sailor. However, picture taking in the mall is prohibited.

 

 

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