I am in charge of maintenance of equipment and supervision of personnel required to complete daily tasks. I also supervise and participate in flightline delivery of munitions for aircraft. I am required to attended supervisory meetings. I have many co-workers and get along with everyone. The hardest part of the job is having multiple jobs going on at the same time. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing I have served my country!
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 part is communicating at times. The most enjoyable part is working with the most powerful Air Force in the world.
Logistics Readiness Supply (Current Employee) – Hickam, HI – April 27, 2015
A typical day of work consists of counting all inventory and assets for all military personel. I have learned over the span of 2 years serving, that you always triple check everything you count. Management is fair and respectful towards peers. My co- workers are David Isei and Jherson Arenas. The hardest part o f the job, is trying to keep count off large quanties. The most enjoyable part of this job is working well with others and supplying air craft parts to the plane.
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 and expectations.
The most enjoyable part is networking with many people, getting to travel for free, and the co-workers.
air conditioning, refrigerators and Water heaters. (Current Employee) – San Juan, PR – September 16, 2013
working on the air conditioning units in the bass is a great experience troubleshooting and repairing the units, finding what is wrong and fixing the errors and getting the mission completely done is in exciting and wonderful feeling.
it is good to finally see how your work affect the people around the world
it is a life changing experience to go all over the world, see and speak to all sort of people
it a fun job
it not a full time job set. it's not all year round
I am able to achieve rank and status as high as I want and am constantly learning.
Telecommunication Installer Team Chief (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – April 13, 2012
We train on all telecommunication equipment and materials. We go around the United Stated and the world installing every kind of telecommunication equipment. We keep up to date with the IT world. There is always new recruits that we have to mentor. There is every nationality emplyed.
extensive training, great co-workers, available employment
Jet Engine Mechanic (Current Employee) – Fort Wayne, IN – April 8, 2012
An excellent way to serve the country and great health insurance benefits. When you are a part of the service, you are a part of a family. A typical day is being prepared for the job at hand at every moment. The hardest part of the job is sometimes the hurry up and wait moments can be tiring. The most enjoyable part of the job is working on Jet Aircraft and being around people who have the open mind to serve and stand for Freedom.
Great education benefits, hands-on experience, and leadership skills.
Staff Sergeant (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 11, 2011
Military schools use state of the art equipment with professional instructors. They have millions in dollars worth of training equipment at their disposal and offer reallistic hands on experience. After graduation you are given the opportunity to supervise others as you grow in experience in your field. There are also many ways to advance in responsibilities and pay.
Security Forces Officer (Former Employee) – Garden City, GA – September 17, 2012
Patrolled the base and preformed building checks. But over the years the Air force has changed over to infantry with the security forces. At my base they don't even practice law enforcement anymore. The leaders in security forces have the ones that they choose and does not help you when you are in need. But the rest of the unit is not bad.
great benefits and you make some life time friends
Air national Guard (Current Employee) – selfridge air guard base – August 8, 2013
My job is to run the airfield on the national guard base.On a typical day we use 10k forklift or a 20k fore loader to load military aircraft. We also load passengers going on short deployments. I learned to be a great team player. I learned how to drive a fork lift and a 20k for loader. I love working there and being a part of the team so there is not really a hardest part of the job.
Aviation Resource Manager (Current Employee) – Meridian, MS – September 30, 2015
I love this job, I am constantly working and staying busy. I love the people I work with, it is a very relaxed environment. The hardest part of the job is when I have to hurry to do something that needs to be done ASAP and I either don't have the document or we are short on computers. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people I work with, they make working in the office a lot easier.
Great work place with outstanding co-workers and great job oppotunities.
Cyber Systems Operator (Current Employee) – Martinsburg, WV – April 20, 2014
Working in the Air National Guard has provided me with many opportunities in both the military and civilian IT career field. I've worked with many people from all over the world. The ANG provides its workers with proper training and security clearances to apply in the civilian work force as well as their military careers.
Operations Apprentice (Current Employee) – New Orleans, La – April 21, 2012
Being in the military is a great experience. I learned to be more disciplined and professional. Even though my workplace is filled with officers,I feel comfortable working with them. My job isn't hard because everyone around me makes it easier. The most enjoyable part of my job is everything.
Great way to serve my country and learn new things
Electrical Power Production (Current Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – October 28, 2013
I am currently cross training into Electrical Power Production from Aircraft Electrical and Enviromental Systems. Learning how to operate, service, troubleshoot and repair power generating equipment. The people are great to work with and leadership is top notch.
The unit I was part of took care of their people very well. Communication was more open than experienced in active duty, people in higher ranks treated those under them with respect. The Air National Guard was a great experience.
the benefits were wonderful. the training could not be duplicated easily by any other organization.
Great place to gain experience and help with college.
Recruiting & Retention Superintendent (Former Employee) – Carson City, NV – December 5, 2015
This is a great place to work. If you are looking to go to college and gain some experience at the same time, this is the place for you. Did I mention that you get paid in the process? If you can gain an Active/Guard/Reserve (AGR) position, you can gain the experience and schooling while working full time.
Cyber Transportation Apprentice (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – May 16, 2015
Stand in formation at 7:30 am. Enjoy role call and seeing friends again. Then report to our duty sections and start our training. Always learning something new at work and volunteer opportunities to help out the squadron. Then clock out at 5:00 pm.
Human Resource Specialist (Military-) (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – November 15, 2013
Enjoyed my 15 years in the La Air National Guard. Definetly helped me learn how to multi-task with balancing managing seventeen Human Resource (Personnel) programs, supervising six employees and the constant readiness inspections and supporting hurricane missions.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – McGuire AFB, NJ – August 11, 2014
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.