Food Specialist (Current Employee) – Greenwood, MS – July 25, 2017
I've learned so much useful information and skills being in the military and tho the hours are long and the days run together it is all enjoyable.We are always soldiers first therefore the mission is always first.i have joined a brotherhood/sisterhood that will never fail me
Military Police Officer (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 24, 2017
Military Police protect lives and property on Army installations by enforcing military laws and regulations, as well as controlling traffic, preventing crime, and responding to emergencies. Military Police are responsible for providing support to the battlefield by conducting Force Protection, Anti-Terrorism, Area Security, Internment/Resettlement, Maneuver and Mobility Support, Law & Order, and Police Intelligence Operations and crime prevention programs. One of the most important jobs of the Military Police is the security and maintaining the supply route regulation and enforcement.
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Remington, IN – July 23, 2017
Your serving your country. Performed regular maintenance on military vehicles, knowledge of operating all types of military vehicles, learned to adapt to changing conditions, ability to work as a team to achieve a common goal.
spec. 4 (Former Employee) – Mattoon, IL – July 23, 2017
I joined right out of high school as a way to go to college. I would recommend this as a first step into adulthood for kids just out of school who need help with education costs and to learn to grow up and be disciplined.
Operations Manager (Former Employee) – World Wide – July 23, 2017
No two days are ever the same. This is a fast paced environment in which daily decision have lif and death consequences. During high optempo times work life balance is difficult to attain. However, the rewards are incredible and the lessons learned are invaluable.
Great place to hone workplace skills. Keep all original paperwork, get everything in writing, get all the training you can and deploy at least once for 6 months or greater if you intend to have any benefits after separation.
Production Controller (Current Employee) – Devils Lake, ND – July 22, 2017
You always are busy doing something weather training or just learning the job. You get paid to go to college. You learn a job skill that can help you in the real world. You have structure and discipline in your life.
Throughout my career of 28 years with the Military I have experienced many changes in administration support staff and managed 130 personnel.
Finance Manager (Former Employee) – Lebanon, PA – July 22, 2017
Throughout my career of 28 years with the Military I have experienced many changes in administration support staff and managed 130 personnel. It has been my responsibility to train each new person and make them feel comfortable and confident in their new positions.
Sergeant E-% (Current Employee) – Battle Creek, MI 49014 – July 22, 2017
It has always been my life long dream to serve my country, so I took the first chance I had as a young man to join the Army. I've gained many skills, traits, friends, mentors, and experience in my career thus far.
Field Artillery Tactical Data Specialist (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – July 22, 2017
Great place to work if you're looking to keep a balance with your civilian job and military. Sometimes you can be challenged here when you're out on the field due to weather and just being out of the comfort of your home, but at the end of the day, you will learn abilities that will help in many civilian jobs.
u.s. army solider (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – July 22, 2017
i really enjoyed working in the army national guard. i really enjoyed meeting different soliders from different races and being part of a team and being a solider. I really didnt mean doing different types of training and exercising as well as got to travel as well.