Pros: working outdoors and meeting new people. learning life lessons you can take away to use later.
Cons: physically demanding, susceptible to injury
My day starts at 0600 for physical training until 0730. Breakfast from 0730 to 0900 when you report for daily activities. From then until 1130, you train and retrain on weapons, job related activities, work on a variety of military trucks. Everyday offers new training opportunities with some of it requiring travel and outdoor encampment. 1130 to 1300 is lunch and 1300 until you're released you conduct whatever missions are required. My co-workers come from all over the world so you get to know diversity very quick. The military is a very team friendly environment so one must overcome adversity to accomplish a common goal. The hardest part of the job would have to be watching the promotion list change monthly with points being so high in certain jobs, to include mine. The most enjoyable part is being outdoors and being able to fire all sorts of high powered weapons and explosives. Learning tactical techniques in all sorts of warfare is something you can't experience anywhere else.