Working under high pressure and extreme conditions.
Pros: Free food, housing, benifets.
Cons: short breaks, some leadership, no freedom
A typical day would consist of, physical training at 6:30 AM until 7:45. Then breakfast. After that we begin learning our job to the best we can which is doing combat maneuvers, calling fire support, weapon training, and do different training simulations. We take lunch at 12 and then continue on training until around 4:00 PM. Then a final formation and release for the day. I learned leadership, maturity, and responsibility. I always got along with my co-workers. I was the most enjoyable to hang around due to my personality. The funnest part of the job was shooting and blowing things up as well as doing airborne jumps. The hardest part of the job was the rigorous physical aspect.