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Takes care of you all around
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee), Fort Carson, COAugust 31, 2014
It is a company that takes care of its employees and families to make sure their employee is ready for work everyday.
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Best Decision I ever made
Retired (Current Employee), Fort Leonard Wood, MOAugust 31, 2014
A life long learning experience
Helping others
Developed my leadership skills
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was an interesting and gratifing job. made you feel good about what you did for making a change in peoples lives!
Cannon Crewmember (Former Employee), Fort Sill, OKAugust 31, 2014
Pros: learned many aspects of disipline, punctuality, respect, and teamwork. saw places that i will never get to see again, shot guns that most guys only dream about (was a cannoneer member on a howitzer, self propelled, 155mm tank) was a great job !
Cons: no personal space. no privacy, and physical fitness.
was a life changing experience to be able to join after high school. saw country and places I would never have been able to see or wanted to see in some cases in my life. gave me a new outlook on life and what it really means and how quick it can change for a person. built a great relationship with people ,co-workers, that will last a lifetime. learned – more... the meaning of teamwork and that there is no "I" in team. learned how to get along with others and work side by side with people in order to accomplish a goal ,not quit or give up until it is accomplished, in a timely manner. learned how to respect my elders and authority , the reason for attention to details and what can happen when someone doesn't do their equal share . loved the army and everything that it stands for, just no personal "space" you could say. wasn't that into the running , physical fitness, part of it either. if no there was no physical training would still be in it. definitely the best move I ever made, in the decisions I have made, in my life ! – less
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Productive workplace with sufficient leaders
Field Artillery Data Systems Specialist (Former Employee), Seattle, WAAugust 31, 2014
Pros: free medical and dental insurance
Cons: dealing with unreasonable pp;
A regular day of work would consist of doing physical exercising with my co-workers in the morning. Then after breakfast we would come in for work, have our task that's at hand for the day relayed to us, and the complete it at the end of the work day I've learned how a leader should be towards their subordinates as far work and that if there is anything – more... going that's stressing them in their life that I could be there to help if needed. Management was perfect as long as it went down from the highest to lowest level of workers. I would the hardest part of my job would be dealing with stressful people that will blame you at a moments notice for their mistakes. The most enjoyable part of my job was the co-workers that actually cared and put for effort to the task at hand easy and enjoyable. – less
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Busy and Rewarding
Training Room Non Commissioned Officer (Former Employee), Fort Riley, KSAugust 31, 2014
The United States Army was a very demanding job. It asked more out of me then I knew possible. Was very rewarding and shape me into a better and hard working person
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Great workplace, worked throughout the world.
Military Police Officer/Investigator (Former Employee), Savannah, GeorgiaAugust 31, 2014
I learned a lot from my experience in the Army. I learned how to manage a team, great leadership skills, and how to be a better police officer.
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Productive, Leadership, Great Experience
Victim Advocate (Current Employee), Fort Drum, NYAugust 31, 2014
Pros: excellent work and health benefits
Cons: long hours, predictability
Educate leaders and Soldiers on the aspects of Assault and Harassment and how it affects everyone. Employees are diverse from different backgrounds bringing a various of wealth of knowledge. Discipline, work ethic and expectations are high. Would not trade my whole career for anything else.
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Outstanding Organization
Psychological Operations Sergeant (Current Employee), Fort Bragg, NCAugust 31, 2014
Great place to work, not enough family time. Would recommend the job to anyone that is single.
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Day in the life of a US Army Soldier..
BROADCAST JOURNALIST (Former Employee), Vilseck, Bayern, Germany. El Paso, TXAugust 31, 2014
Pros: housing, utilities, cost of living allowance, compensatory benefits.
Cons: long hours at times, life is not for everyone.. and deployments. away from family a lot.
My day began bright and early like any other day before that.. when the sun came up I was out there with sweat pouring down my face because we were doing Physical Training at 0600 in the morning. Once complete I would return home to conduct personal hygiene and prepare to begin the work day. Jump into my business suit (ACUs) and head off to save the – more... world one story at a time.. I was a Journalist for the Army and writing stories, uploading video stories to YouTube was my job. As I gathered information about the daily events unfolding around post I met with Soldiers of all ranks and sizes; the best part of the job was people wanted to see me! They looked forward to being caught on camera (still or motion) so their moments could be captured. This was truly the highlight of my career and I would do it over again give the chance. – less
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A demanding job to push you to your full potential
Proficient in customer service (Former Employee), Fort Riley, KSAugust 31, 2014
Pros: excellent benefits for family and self
Cons: favoritism
Depending which MOS is assigned; you will normally report to work at 0630 for physical training until 0730 then you'll be release for hygiene. You will report at 0900 for duty then you'll break for lunch at 1130. return from lunch at 1230 and continue your duties. at 1630, you'll begin close out for final formation at 1700, finally release for the day. – more... Management will vary with the type of leadership, but they will look after their Soldiers. The peers have become lazy and disrespectful toward their leadership, but due to the new regulations a counseling form is all the leaders can be done about it. It's no mystery having to leave your family IS the hardest part of the job. After being with the company at 0630, you can say going home is the most enjoyable part of the job because what they thought was fun while at basic training, begins to burden the Soldiers family and down time. – less
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Able to learn new skills and trades, as well as traveling the world
Integrated Systems Technician (Former Employee), Ft. Huachuca, AZ; Ft. Carson, CO; GermanyAugust 30, 2014
Work was at times challenging but adaptable. I learned how to troubleshoot, maintain, and resolve technical issue. All levels of management has an open door policy and are actively involved in junior employees both professionally and in their personal well being. My co-workers were not just my team, but in most cases became more like close friends and – more... or family. I can't not recall anything that was exceptionally hard within Army life. The most enjoyable part about being military are the opportunities to travel. – less
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I LOVED IT!
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Fort Sill, OKAugust 30, 2014
Pros: security; retirement
The most stable and understanding employer I ever had! Work/Life balance was great. Management support!
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ARMY
TDNA National Security Agency (Former Employee), Fort Meade, MDAugust 30, 2014
did this job as a soldier, long hours, hard work and frustration. but the work is necessary and rewarding.
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Lots of challenging work
Information Technology Specialist (Current Employee), Belton, MOAugust 30, 2014
1. Work days usually would start off with a list of problems and we would send individuals to solve these problems.
2. I have learned a-lot from this career.
3. Management is fair.
4. Co-Workers are among the most unique individuals I have met.
5. Waiting for help desks to do their job.
6. Being able to complete the tasks needed for the day.
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Fascinating work place considering the closed community type of enviorment
Food Service Operations Specialist (Former Employee), South KoreaAugust 30, 2014
Pros: housing was taken care of for me
Cons: little free time
Working in the army isn't like any other job because it really is a community in it's own right. You live with your co-workers and even fight along side them. The hardest part of the job is the hours. I worked every other weekend and often had fourteen hour days. And i always worked though the week. The most enjoyable part of the job was the job itself – more... as I love to cook. – less
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Good Job
Unit Supply Supervisor (Former Employee), Fort Bragg, NCAugust 29, 2014
Pros: serving your country
Cons: communication
Great Benefits; Salary was good; Diverse people; Ever changing work place. The pay and benefits are a bonus in accordance with the aforementioned information
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a bussiness envirement at all time
Multichannel system operator and maintainer (Current Employee), jber ajAugust 29, 2014
long hours and short weekends nothing I would like to keep up I would like an environment that is family friendly
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Great environment to gain real life applicable experience
Human Intelligence Collector (Current Employee), FloridaAugust 29, 2014
Pros: great benefits, getting to travel
Cons: being away from family
If you are willing to work hard you able to achieve any goal you have in the Army. The hardest part of the being in the Army is learning everything you need to know, it takes time but its worth it.
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Typical day is being forced to rush to a specified location and wait for hours for the job to start
All Source Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee), U.S.AAugust 29, 2014
It had its ups and downs can be really fun at times, but can also be really stressful.
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Will teach you many life skills.
Team manager Preventive medicine operations (Current Employee), Fort Campbell, TNAugust 29, 2014
Pros: chance to excel and be all you can be
Cons: long hours for low pay
If you need to grow up fast, This will do it. You will learn many skills and wear many hats. Flexibility will be your watch word.

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