88M-Transportation Specialist (Current Employee) – Lyon, MS – October 18, 2017
The Army is not for everyone but, if you are willing to listen and learn your job and be disrespectful you can and will go a long way. I had a hard time adjusting to the military life but if you keep an open mind things will work out.
SUPPLY SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Dover, DE – October 17, 2017
A great experience to travel the world. Always meeting new people and learning new experiences. Free PT and great health care benefits. The hardest part is leaving family behind. The most enjoyable is traveling and learning about other cultures.
Senior Imagery Analyst/Production Manager (Current Employee) – Forest Park, GA – October 17, 2017
A plethora of opportunities to network. People in the reserves come from different backgrounds socially and professionally. You can gain a lot of knowledge from reservists. There are also plenty of opportunities to excel. Promotions are not hard to come by.
EQUIPMENT SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Fort Thomas, KY – October 16, 2017
Not a great deal of work experience. Part-time in the Army Reserve is one to two days a month participation. Initial day assisted other service members in downloading weapons and equipment from a recent field activity. Last, month attended a retirement class on benefits, and updated annual training.
E-4 Corporal (Former Employee) – Springfield, MO – October 16, 2017
It's a place to learn about the intricacies of high-level operation. a wide variety of skills for you to learn and become proficient in. If you find yourself in a place where you are not seeing a positive outcome, make sure you make those changes for yourself quickly. Others will look out for themselves.
Executive Officer (Current Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – October 13, 2017
Great place to work. Proud to serve alongside of my soldiers. Reserves is more difficult in active duty being that you have a civilian life and career to handle on top of military obligations but it is worth it.
honor guard and SGT of the guard (Former Employee) – Ft. Bragg, NC – October 13, 2017
See your local recruiter, as the USAR and US Army have changed much since I got out. I recommend that you speak to former members of the US Armed forces about their experiences as that may be the best source of information about joining. Do your research before speaking to a recruiter.