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  • Originally posted by na grohmiti View Post

    Can't/Won't.
    Their enforcement activities on land are almost non existent.
    They could on 15% but only NS can do 85%

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    • Getting back to strengths and the future, it seems that even for maximum pension years, for those that joined after a date in 2013, the pension earned will only be 20% of final salary. This will mean an exodus, at the earliest pension age, to get private sector employment to raise families and provide for future. It saves money--if you get injured in service there is no hospital and when you retire there is no money. Well done VFM!!.

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      • The present permitted strengths of the NS in CS4 ( establishments) does not reflect crews for each of the 9 ships currently in service. Quotes in various sources indicate that no strength increase was allowed for the last two P60's. Knowing the logic of the mandarins, when P31. P41, and P42 are decommissioned, they will strike off around 150 personnel or more, shuffle the figures, and curtail recruitment. Whatever recruitment is left needs to be redesigned to positive recruitment i.e. Right age group, medically fit, and Leaving Cert. Standard, no interviews or exclusion procedures, take into training and finally select by Final Approval.
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        • Originally posted by ancientmariner View Post
          The present permitted strengths of the NS in CS4 ( establishments) does not reflect crews for each of the 9 ships currently in service. Quotes in various sources indicate that no strength increase was allowed for the last two P60's. Knowing the logic of the mandarins, when P31. P41, and P42 are decommissioned, they will strike off around 150 personnel or more, shuffle the figures, and curtail recruitment. Whatever recruitment is left needs to be redesigned to positive recruitment i.e. Right age group, medically fit, and Leaving Cert. Standard, no interviews or exclusion procedures, take into training and finally select by Final Approval.
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          this actually goes back to 2001 when Niamh was commissioned as she was the 8th ship

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          • The Cover of today's Irish Star is a sad indictment of the current staffing crisis.
            For now, everything hangs on the CoDF report, which is published, but after discussion with parties in government will probably commence being implemented in May or June.

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            • Listen: @HenryMcKean of @NewstalkFM & @SeanMoncrieff visited the #NavalBase to talk to the #Navy about careers & our recruitment drive to help build the #FutureNavy
              Visit http://navy.ie To listen to Henry’s piece click on the link below: https://newstalk.com/podcasts/highlights-from-moncrieff…




              5:48 PM · Apr 21, 2022
              https://pd5i4.app.link/DlwOWMDKSeb?$deeplink_path=podcast/43/337663&$desktop_url=https://www.goloudplayer.com/episodes/337663
              For now, everything hangs on the CoDF report, which is published, but after discussion with parties in government will probably commence being implemented in May or June.

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