Computer Detection Systems Repairer (Current Employee), Detroit, MI – September 2, 2014
Certified by Fort Gordon, Georgia through Advanced Individual Training to perform the following tasks such as inspect equipment for faults and completeness, test equipment to determine operational condition, troubleshoot to determine location and extent of equipment faults, and repair equipment by adjusting, aligning, repairing, or replacing defective – more... components to a fully mission capable status. – less
Supply Specialist (Current Employee), Denver, CO – September 2, 2014
Pros: rewarding, benefits
Cons: long work days
A variety of jobs can be found in the National Guard. It is a great place for hard working, motivated individuals who are seeking a career with the military but want to also keep a civilian life. Has great benefits for school and your family!
Great career for people looking to travel and be challenged daily
Combat Medic (Current Employee), Long Beach, CA – September 2, 2014
Enlisting in the military has been one of the best decisions of my life. Not only have I had a chance to see the world, but I have been an integral part of shaping the lives of people I have met worldwide. I have received the best training of my life and the skills I have learned and developed in the military make me an exceptional employee in my civilian – more... life as well. – less
• 209 Hours of NREMT Certification/Recertification for EMT. NREMT Cert # E3138256 Exp: 03/31/2016 CPR/AED Exp: May 2016 • State EMT Certification • Hazardous Materials Response – Awareness Lvl. 1 • WV MCI I and II • Provide medical care and transport for all personnel in my unit. Provide other medical aid to soldiers and personnel as directed by – more... Chief Medical Officer. • Advance Airway including but not limited to King LT, Combi Tube, and Emergency Cric. • Administering IV’s, and emergency NCD’s. • Provide basic to intermediate lifesaving aid. • Trauma and Medical Assesments
Provide medical treatment and transport to all soldiers and personnel in my unit. Provide additional medical treatment as requested by Chief Medical Officer.
Hardest part, declaring your battle buddy, friend, etc. as expectant and unable to save due to severity of injuries.
Best part, being able to save a soldier's life and allowing him/her to return home to their family. – less
I enjoy working for the National Guard. I do not understand this requirement for posting my resume. If you would like to know more about my experiences with the National Guard, please contact me, and I will be more than happy to discuss this at length.
(CBRN) (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PA – August 31, 2014
Not for everyone, or the faint of heart. It can be very tough through your first term of service, but there are many enjoyable moments. They pay for school, pay is not bad, and you get to serve your country!