Doing manpower studies at work, in order to justify our requests for more staffing up the chain. Looking at my spreadsheet, I see that I've had a grand total of two days off this month. Most my section isn't much better than I am. A good amount of travel included in there.
Next month, about the same.
This is why the military is paid on a salary. Were we to get paid time-and-a-half like the unions, we'd eat up our entire budget in the first few months of the fiscal year. And this is all rear-eschelon stuff here. This isn't combat ops, which is essentially 12-16 hour days. I'm lucky to have 10 hour days back home. Think about that the next time a public employee union member shrieks that they want more of my money for their cushy job.