Provided legal support to the officers and senior enlisted in my unit, Gained knowledge on legal proceedings and paper work. Our team is filled with capable and friendly staff ready to teach and help . The most challenging but rewarding part is the work that gets put into a task.The most enjoyable part is being able to successfully accomplish the mission.
Military Police Sergeant / Health Care Sergeant (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 11, 2017
If assigned to the right unit, the Army Reserves can be very rewarding. The required time is not always enough to accomplish the required missions, so your time is needed. The benefits can be awesome if use right, and with the proper guidance.
Logistics Clerk (Former Employee) – Hayden, ID – May 11, 2017
Not predictable days while working the road as patrol. I always looked forward to what I'd be walking into on the daily calls we had to respond to. Working in the post office was very calm and relaxing, there wasn't ever anything that was too stressful or anything to anticipate and look forward to either. Tax preparation was very enjoyable. I made it a goal on a daily basis to have the best costumer service reviews and have my clients leave satisfied with their taxes before they were filed. Operations Clerk was my favorite position that I held. I enjoyed building and updating reports as well as organizing ASAP class and filling the class seats. I looked forward to every aspect of this position. It did get stressful at times when we would have an influx of personnel incoming to post, however I would usually get into the office early to make up for the extra time needed to prepare and send out all the daily reports or work through lunch to ensure they were all sent on time. Overall all work areas and positions I held I enjoyed and made them an enjoyable one.
I learned many things in my time with the Army Reserves. There aren't many places you can legitimately say that the people you work with are truly like family. Between one of a kind training experiences and constantly pushing my own limits not only physically but also mentally, I've become a greater person as a whole, bad experiences included.
Accounting & Human Resource Administration Officer (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – May 10, 2017
Working with the United States Army was a rewarding experience. Every day had new challenges, I learned a lot in in this position from dealing with government regulations and standards, to working with people from various backgrounds and countries
Cable Systems Installer and Maintainer (Current Employee) – Fort Gordon, GA – May 9, 2017
• Installs and repairs circuits and wiring • Tests on cable communications systems to ensure circuit and system quality • Responsible for maintaining vehicle logs, assigning equipment keys and copying/distributing documents • Performs a variety of clerical support functions/processes including filing system maintenance
Signal Support Systems Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Meade, MD – May 9, 2017
The experience you get even though it's technically "part-time" is amazing. I am thinking about going back into the reserves later on but definitely think everyone should serve at one point in their life.
Preventive Medicine Physician (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – May 9, 2017
A great opportunity to serve the country with my health care skill set. Working with the USAR allows any physician time to handle his/her civilian job and contribute to maintaining a healthy armed force(s).
Member of the 724th Military Police Battalion (Current Employee) – Fort Lauderdale, FL – May 8, 2017
Enjoy working alongside other soldiers and training. There is room for progression in the field. A typical day entails reporting for duty and varies depending on what is needed. There are days in the year dedicated to have medical staff check out soldiers. We have two days our of the year to qualify with our weapons, etc.
Information Technology Specialist (Former Employee) – Johnstown, PA – May 8, 2017
Wealth of knowledge obtained through training and culture. You are trusted rather than micro managed unless you prove over time that it is needed, therefore it cultured my ability to learn and grow to be a leader and efficient performer while training others to be more proficient and efficient.