Medical Tech Trainee (Former Employee), Jackson, MS – October 23, 2014
I would go the first weekend if every month. My job would include me to sit in the clinic and help with getting vitals for physicals and also help label blood samples in the lab. I would also run errands for the doctors.
LODGING SPECIALIST (Current Employee), Spokane, WA – October 8, 2014
Friendly environment. I was able to learn different skill. Lodging, Food, Recreational, Fitness, etc. management and co-workers The most enjoyable part is learning new skills and feeling important on new projects.
Hard-working group of professional and compassionate people.
Medical Technician (Current Employee), Buckley AFB – August 18, 2014
In the Air National Guard we are kept to high stands including continuous upgrade training, specialized courses, and progression in our career field. At work we are held responsible for ourselves and given tasks to manage others as we become more seasoned. Everyone supports and encourages each other to do their best and to accomplish tasks with integrity. – more... I've learned to be disciplined, hard working, and proactive. The hardest part of my job is that I'm often times taken away from my family and friends to accomplish the mission at hand. Even though the travel can be tiring, I enjoy taking care of people and have a great desire to learn and develop new skills. – less
Customer Service (Current Employee), McGuire AFB, NJ – August 11, 2014
Pros: it's the military
Cons: there are no cons
A typical day at work is like a typical day at any other job. 8-12 hours a day with the same amount of work load. I learned about different ways and all aspects on how to do my job and I apply it. Management are also military. My co workers consists of military as well. The most enjoyable part of this job is customer service.
Personnel Specialist (Former Employee), Peoria, IL – August 6, 2014
My work day consists of updating and managing personnel files.
I learned how to be proactive with my job and to communicate with my co-workers and supervisors.
The hardest part of my job was dealing with a different commander or boss every year or two. In my 6 six years, I had 4 different commanders. With 4 different commanders came 4 different viewpoints – more... and expectations.
The most enjoyable part is networking with many people, getting to travel for free, and the co-workers. – less
Cyber Systems Operator (Current Employee), New york, Ny – July 29, 2014
Dislike the organization. Expected the air guard to be better than the army guard but in the end by switching all I did was sacrifice being able to go to any school I wanted to being around a bunch of lazy geriatrics that don't feel the need to take care of their troops.
Personnel Specialist in Administration (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZ – July 18, 2014
My job at the 161st Air Refueling Wing takes much discipline, patience, and dedication. As a personnel specialist in administration for the Airborne Operations Unit, I answer and work straight for the Commander doing his office work that he doesn't always have time for. My co-workers range from enlisted Airman to as high as General Officers. The hardest – more... part is communicating at times. The most enjoyable part is working with the most powerful Air Force in the world. – less