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Military Combat Engineer.
Combat Engineer (Former Employee), Fort Stewart, GA and Fort Campbell, KYApril 22, 2014
Loved the military and my job Injured during deployment forced to medical discharge.
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Intense and informative training daily with diverse people and great locations.
Infantry Gunner (Former Employee), Fort Carson, COApril 22, 2014
A day at work involved waking up at 0400 and leaving no earlier than 1900. Each day involved morning pt, breakfast training, lunch, training and more training.The management varied based on who was in charged. My co-workers were also great, learned their places and treated each other as the best of friend. The most enjoyable part of the job is the weekend. – more... I would work so much that the weekend was so short but most important to relax. – less
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Outstanding
Supply Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Campbell, KYApril 22, 2014
Pros: new skills
Cons: time consuming
Training, leadership, family oriented. Set on accomplishing the task at hand.
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Meeting with new members is always interesting.
Spc, Mechanice and HR Rep. (Current Employee), Bothell, WaApril 22, 2014
In the US Military you get use to meeting with different kinds of people with all kinds of mentalities, races, age, and gender. It really becomes interesting to learn how they work.
Sure there are some down sides but that is just how any job and or career works.
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Good experience
Department Chief of Operations (Current Employee), El Paso, TexasApril 22, 2014
Get to work before 6 am. Conduct physical training in hot/cold and rain/shine. Work long days, mostly reacting to what higher organization throws at you. A lot of beauracracy and zero autonomy.
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Productive and efficent workplace
Army Reserve (Current Employee), Bluefield,WVApril 22, 2014
Hands on training and staying knowledgable about our tasks and the things we are trained for. We practice leadership by putting together classes and teaching them to our fellow soldiers. The hardest part is leaving when it is time to go. The most enjoyable part is actually going through the training and learning something new or something you have already – more... learned but is now fresh to you all over again. – less
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It's the Army, what more could you expect?
Infantryman (Team Leader) (Former Employee), Fort Campbell, KYApril 22, 2014
Pros: free medical and dental, food, housing
Cons: low pay, short breaks, pain, supervisors are horrible, lack of sleep, lack of comfort, war
I had very few good times and a whole lot of horrible times. But, what can you expect, it's the Army. Your time in is not meant to be easy. However, overtime you'll learn to adapt and change to the ways of the military.
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Training is Great
Supply Sergeant (Current Employee), Abingdon, VAApril 22, 2014
Pros: free lunch, free education and benefits
Cons: long days
My typical day at work requires supplies, budgeting, accounting and inventory for the commander. I have learned how to be an Instructor of soldiers, CPR, First Aid, Certified Drug testing and Alco Sensor training, I am under little or no management all the time I am proficient at what I do and it is well noticed. The hardest part of this job is the – more... 100% inventories at the end of each cycle. I enjoy instructing soldiers on knowledge that I am a subject matter expert on. I am highly motivated and do not Accept failure I strived to make everyone at the top of their game. – less
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The US.Army is a great place to grow
Food Service Technician (Former Employee), Fort Drum, NYApril 22, 2014
Pros: travel, healthcare
Cons: hours
During my time in the Army i gained valuable knowledge and skills to further help me grow as an individual as well and a teammate.
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Work in a team ineverioment
Supply Specialist (Former Employee), Denver, COApril 22, 2014
I worked as a team to make sure the unit was supplied with offices items (i.e. pens, paper, and others). I also logged gear in and out for new personnel.
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Challenging Assignment
Rear Detachment Executive Officer (Current Employee), Fort Drum, NYApril 22, 2014
Always a challenging environment. Spend a majority of time deal with a small number of Soldiers.
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Hard but fulfilling workplace
Army Practical Nurse (Former Employee), Fort Campbell, KYApril 22, 2014
Pros: uniform, brotherhood, benefits
Cons: hours, down time.
My time spent as a nurse in the Army was very rewarding. I received a great deal of training and instruction in many fields apart from nursing as well as constant training in nursing. My co-workers were supportive and fostered a true team feeling. The hardest part of the job was the hours and time spent away from my family. The most enjoyable part of – more... the job was making a difference and truly helping my fellow soldiers and their families. – less
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Professionals
Automated Logistics Specialist, Sergeant E5 (Former Employee), fort hood, tx and katterbach, germanyApril 22, 2014
I learned so much in the last six years of my military career, im honored to have served my country.
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Greatest Job
Health Care Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Bragg, NCApril 22, 2014
My time spent in the 44th Medical Brigade was spent well. I was on missions almost everyday. There was hardly a dull moment.
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Great experience and an awesome place to learn and develop
Supervisor (Current Employee), Fort Sill, OKApril 22, 2014
Pros: free work out in the mornings, free medical and dental, and help for housing.
Cons: not having a say in when you can take vacation days or being able to go see a sick, dying or recently deceased relative.
Early mornings late nights and long hours. Hard work with a lot to do. You are always busy and always being evaluated. Co-workers are always ready to lend a hand whether or not they wanted to. I have learned team building skills as well as supervising my and others teams to ensure job quality and efficiency. I was trained in multiple varieties of heavy – more... machines and vehicles. I was cross trained in VIP Driving and care giver. I enjoyed being able to see the world and becoming a patriot of our nation. – less
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learning
91D Power Generation Technician (Current Employee), Carthage, NYApril 22, 2014
Pros: learning
Cons: money is not worth the work and long hours
always took free time to train on something daily leaders were easy to sit down and talk to one on one most of the time it was electrical or mechanical learning
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A proud profession
Private (Former Employee), glens falls, nyApril 22, 2014
I only made it through seven weeks of BCT before being medically discharged but during that time I enjoyed learning all of the tools to make me a great soldier and a better person.
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Military Police (Former Employee), U.S.April 22, 2014
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Great Company to work for
Section Sergeant NCOIC (Former Employee), Ft.CampbellApril 21, 2014
Working in the U.S Army was a pleasure to service my country.
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Good experience.
Petroleum Fuel Supply Specialist (Former Employee), Scweinfurt, GermanyApril 21, 2014
Wake up and workout. Then go to work on trucks. Lots of management. Great co workers. Wasn't much that was hard about the job. Maybe the cold or the heat sometimes and lack of sleep. Everything was enjoyable in that job.

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About U.S. Army

The Army is a key component of the U.S. Armed Forces, providing expeditionary land forces wherever and whenever they are required. – Read more