Satellite Communications Operator/Maintainer (Current Employee) – Fort Drum, NY – July 24, 2017
I worked in a company that was pretty lax. For the most part command team were understanding when family problems and other obligations arose. It was a great experience when I didn't know the next step in my life would and should be.
Battalion Operations Sergeant (Current Employee) – Fort Belvoir, VA – July 24, 2017
Able to re-locate many times, possible to move to foreign countries, see amazing things. Advancement depends on job or Military Occupation chosen, Education, motivation to work, and determination. Deployments may be non-stop/back to back and is difficult for families,
Productive and fun work place with lots of great leadership.
88M Motor Transport Operator (Current Employee) – Salisbury, NC – July 23, 2017
The Army provides great pay and benefits , but of course it gets very hard when being away from family. It's is a very big stepping stool for life and extremely good for learning lots of new skills to prepare you for a new and better career. Although it can be one of the most stressful jobs in the country, if you are mentally tough or willing to get tough, you can survive it.
Human Intelligence Collector (Current Employee) – Schofield Barracks, HI – July 23, 2017
The military is a great organization. It allowed me to grow up. It taught me to figure things out for myself and to take my career into my own hands and not to depend on anybody else to help get you where you need to go. The military has a problem with toxic leadership. If the soldier's supervisor is not wanting to fight for the soldier to be treated well then no matter what that soldier does they will get treated poorly. The life of the soldier is completely in the hands of their supervisors, and the lack of control over their lives makes the morale of the junior enlisted soldiers rather low.
Personnel Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Polk, LA – July 23, 2017
During my time serving for the United States Army was the most rewarding career I could have ever asked for. I worked as an Administrative Assistant to the Post Command Sergeant Major and it was the best job ever.
Aviation Operations Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Bragg, NC – July 23, 2017
The US Army was the best option for me at the time that I joined. The job was challenging at times and provided me great opportunity for travel and a better understanding of the diversity between cultures and the differences in people overall. For me, the most difficult part of being a U.S. Army Soldier was feeling as though I was not always able to apply my skills and intelligence to the fullest. It was difficult feeling as though I was not being taken seriously based on my rank. I am very serious about my work. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to travel to South Korea. The culture is very interesting and the country is beautiful. I enjoy interacting with people of diverse backgrounds and I was able to do that daily in SK. To summarize, the Army provided me with great opportunities and benefits and now it is time for me to take what I have learned and apply it in the world and in the workplace.
Awesome place to have fulfilled my career in Human Resources
Human Resources Specialist (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – July 23, 2017
Working for the Government for 30 years was very rewarding. I no regret, got an awesome retirement, worked for and with awesome individuals. I could not have been any luckier than to have made this my career.