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Great place to earn experience managing people and resources
Chief of Operations (Current Employee), McChord AFB, WAAugust 11, 2014
Pros: healthcare and time scheduled to workout everyday
Cons: poor work/life balance, frequent deployments
I enjoyed working in the military because I was put into leadership positions that enabled me to make a positive impact on peoples lives and accomplish clear goals.
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Exciting and challenging work place.
SENIOR PROPERTY AND SUPPLY MANAGER (Former Employee), Fort Bliss, TXAugust 26, 2013
Pros: stability
Cons: long days
Working for the US Army was great! I learned so many skills that I would not have learned in the civilian sector. Everyday was a fun challenging day. Training my subordinate always made me feel good, knowing that they are getting proper training and knowing that they are receiving the skills they need to survive in any condition we are put in. The hardest part of working in the US Army is having to leave the family and friends for a long period of time.

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