Pros: benefits, meals are provided
Cons: you can be working for more than ten hours at a time
Typical day consist of physical fitness, work in a motor pool on several types of vehicles and trailers, attend various classes, reenforce combat training, travel to different sites for training.
Our leadership are flexible and proactive to soldiers needs and to current missions. They are great mentors and amazing leaders.
My fellow soldiers are supportive, – more... flexible, dependable, and they are family. I couldn't ask for better peers.
The hardest part of my job is that my unit can be called to duty at and moment and when we're on missions maintenance on vehicles can pile up, and we could be called out to recover vehicles at any given point of the day.
The most enjoyable part of the day is getting dirty and fixing different vehicles, I always learning something, its always a fun experience and could turn out to be an adventure – less