As a temporary laborer I had very flexible hours as long as I met about 30 hours a week and made sure to keep my supervisor informed of when I was not going to work. A typical day would usually begin at 8:00 in the morning and end at about 5:00 in the afternoon. My co-workers were extremely friendly and easy to work with which created a very good work environment. As I worked at MAC, LLC, I learned a lot about the manufacturing process of plastic ammunition and how to actually partake in the process. The hardest part of the job was making sure to be able to handle the long repetitive tasks, such as demilitarizing old ammunition, without losing focus as a reckless mistake could cause problems. The parts of the job that I enjoyed the most were usually when I had to learn a new task, like how to use a certain manufacturing machine, or test firing rounds of ammunition in order to record performance data in the firing range. Overall, it was an experience I am glad to have had and am very thankful to the company and my past co-workers.