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Great job
Ammunition Specialist (Former Employee), South Korea and JBLM, WADecember 18, 2014
great environment to work with lots of travel, diverse population
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Senior Intelligence Analyst/ Security Manager (Current Employee), Fort Stewart, GADecember 18, 2014
when you join be flexible and prepare for anything because you are a soldier 24/7 for life. you experience will always be what you make of it. Best of luck to all who will join in the future.
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Great place to grow as a person and as a professional
INFANTRY TEAM LEADER (Former Employee), Fort Bragg, NCDecember 18, 2014
Pros: travel
Cons: travel
Great place to work. Will never regret it. Pushed me beyond my expectations, and allowed me to grow as a person and a professional.
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greatest time of my life
First line Supervisor (Former Employee), Fort Bliss, TXDecember 18, 2014
I did 22 years need i say more. It allowed me to grow as a Soldier and more importantly as a man
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Very reliable workforce
Diver (Former Employee), Fort Leonard Wood, MODecember 18, 2014
I love the Army wish I could go back everyday.Great management and team ,
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Professional
Apache Helicopter Mechanic (Former Employee), Fort HoodDecember 18, 2014
Morning Physical Training and Accountability, Time for personal hygiene, Work call, Executed specific MOS and non-MOS tasks
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Mechanic
Shop Forman (Former Employee), Fort SillDecember 18, 2014
Work as a mechanic, was a great start to my future. Got out because to many deployments and its hard on family life.
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Exciting job opportunities
Career Counselor (Former Employee), Fort Hood, TXDecember 18, 2014
Great learning experience.
Learned lot about my weaknesses and strengths
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safe environment,productive schedule
Maintenance Manager (Current Employee), Jersey City, NJDecember 18, 2014
Pros: team work
Cons: war
Motivation,controling,coordinate taskings,teach soldiers to become leaders and feel proud of their work,high speed faithful competent also with valor going that xtra mile ,
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Serve your country
Senior System Administrator (Former Employee), Tacoma, WADecember 18, 2014
The US ARMY is a great government organization. I had great times when I was station overseas. I had a really good training. When I arrived to CONUS it was a big, big difference. But I still like what I do an a have the pride and honor to serve my country ad my family.
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Great Teamwork
Information Technology Manage Officer (Current Employee), Savannah GADecember 18, 2014
Pros: teamwork, challenges
Cons: stability
Working for with this company was fun and challenge I am always open for a challenge and this company provided that for me. The teamwork was also great.
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Work Well / Asset to an Employer
Food Service Employee (Former Employee), Fort Sill, OKDecember 18, 2014
Willing to work up to 50 hours a week. Ready to set a good example with an employer.
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Justifying
Nodal Network Systems Operator/Maintainer (Current Employee), Indianapolis, INDecember 18, 2014
Long days and nights working non stop with many people from different walks of life. Tough living but very rewarding and will always pay off in the end.
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Its a lifestyle.
M1A1 Abrams Tank Crewmember (Former Employee), Fort Riley, KSDecember 18, 2014
Pros: traveling
Cons: no free will
My days started at 4am and ended typically around 5pm. I learned the meaning of what it means to fight for your freedom, and what it means to be an American. Loved the people i came across in the Army, they're my extended family. The hardest part is working with people that dislike you or that is unprofessional. The part i love, was deploying. Knowing – more... that I served my country. – less
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Solid career
Staff Sergeant (Former Employee), U S ArmyDecember 18, 2014
* self discipline
* management skills
* leadership

This is the U S military to which you learn unmatched skill sets to carry you into any facet of life you desire to pursue. Self discipline, responsibility, accountability and taking care of others are some key aspects of your life lessons learned
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The Infantry
Operations/Training Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Hood, TXDecember 18, 2014
What to say about the infantry, well there is no typical day everyday is a new and probably hard challenge. as you go on through your career in the infantry you learn many different things. usually thought by a squad leader or one of your team leaders or even by another soldier. your team and squad eventually become your family away from your family – more... and the bonds that you make will be life long. One of the hardest things i had to do was deploy. deployments are hard and long, but they give you the chance to really think about life and what you have to go home to. over all i would say that everyone should join the military in some form so they better understand what our soldiers go though and just they will have just that much more respect for our soldiers. – less
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Competitive Pay and Great Benefits, at a Cost
Executive Officer (Current Employee), JBLM, WADecember 18, 2014
Pros: great benefits, good pay
Cons: work-life balance
The Army is a challenging environment that will force you to grow up both personally and professionally. You will learn the value of leadership (both through good and bad experiences) as well as how to take accountability for yourself and your actions. The Army will take care of you in all matters of your life (decent pay, keeping you fed and healthy, – more... keeping a roof over your head) so you don't have to worry much about those kinds of things. Like any large organization you will have co-workers that are extremely good at what they do as well as co-workers that are quite the opposite and you will need to learn to get along with both types because your life can depend on it due to the nature of the work. There are a variety of organizations within the Army that will have good and bad management at all levels, however its a very structured organization where if you want to rise the ranks the requirements in order to do so are transparent to navigate. The hardest part of the job is the work-life balance where the Army takes a lot of time away from family and friends to accomplish missions but the camaraderie that you build with your co-workers through those kind of hardships is also the most enjoyable part of the job. – less
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BMET 68A
Biomedical Equipment Repair Technician (Former Employee), World WideDecember 18, 2014
ARMY life
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fixed medical equipment
management was typical Army
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The Best Time Of My Life
Soldier (Former Employee), Fort Sill, OKDecember 18, 2014
Structure was key for me in my life. The military help me alot to overcome some fears and self doubt. It help provided me with leadership skills.
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Serving our Country
Supply Sergeant/Platoon Sergeant (Former Employee), Clackamas, ORDecember 18, 2014
Pros: 30 days free vacation per year
Cons: deployments
Serving our country was the greatest thing that I have done in my adult lifetime. Met many great people, and faced many challenges. But well worth it.

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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