Signal Communictions (Current Employee) – Fort Carson, CO – February 5, 2016
The days some times can be long and stressful, work starts at 6:30 AM and last most days till 5:00 PM. Some day due to job requirement you might need to stay till 10:00 PM. The life experience that you get is invaluable. You meet so many people from across the world in this job or as support personal. It is an environment all to its self
Automotive Maintenance Warrant Officer (Former Employee) – Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA 98433 – February 5, 2016
A military service career develops not only hard and soft skills, but also teaches valuable life lessons. This invaluable training will prepare you for whatever future career aspirations you might have.
Specialist (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – February 5, 2016
The Army is a great place to be and thrive. The schedule is always set in stone and I always know what is expected of me. It has taught me so many things about the world and myself as well. I enjoy when it because it gives you a sense of purpose.
Petroleum & Cargo Supply Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Riley, KS – February 5, 2016
The military (US Army), is a great life experience for every person on the planet. It help you open up your mind about life, people and your limited view of the world. The unit and post you go to, can change everything you thought about life, race and culture, outside that 50 mile radius you call, home, you been living at your whole life. Join, and see for yourself.
Army officer (Current Employee) – Ft. Eustis – February 5, 2016
Great job. Great benefits. Great mission.
People first, mission always.
The people you work with are committed to the values of the Nation. Funding is bound by election and appointment processes in accordance with the Constitution. It is not a perfect system, but it is the best system of government in the world.
Moving is tough and can be hard on the family. Deployments are tough too. It is a mixed bag. You don't want to miss your family, but you won't want to spend the entire time on the bench either.
Benefits, Committment to something larger than self
UNITED STATES INFANTRY (Current Employee) – Fort Hood, TX – February 4, 2016
I've enjoyed my time in the military service. As I see my contract & time is coming to a close, it's time to look forward & better myself outside in the civilian sector. Amazing leadership & amazing management. Soldiers that I have gone over seas with have become my brothers. The most enjoyable part about being a United States Infantryman is upholding the standard & tradition that we have held for countless of years. The most difficult part of this job is probably the lack of sleep, & communication. When things become a stir, problem solving & adapting to the situation is key.