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Logistics Specialist (Former Employee), Clarksville, TNAugust 1, 2015
Provided a full range of operational logistical support across the country and overseas; the work included providing operational logistical support and managing the overall logistic processes in support – more... of Special Operation' mission objectives; leveraging existing networks and expanding others; anticipating mission needs and operational requirements and offering alternatives and advice; and evaluating, redesigning and implementing logistics processes for mission support; Instructed and trained Army personnel in logistics operations. – less
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Experience may vary
United States Infantryman (Former Employee), Joint Base Lewis McChordAugust 1, 2015
Pros: Housing, Enjoyable
Cons: Terrible food, Unpredictable hours, Tough on the body
Joined the Army straight out of high school, broke both my legs and was honorably discharged. Wouldn't go back and change it.
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worked on trucks
Motor Transport Operator (88M) (Former Employee), GeogiaAugust 1, 2015
Normally we worked on trucks all day long. we pmcsd trucks to make sure they were running good, the ncos were good about keeping us busy
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MEDICAL OPERATIONS DIRECTOR (Current Employee), Killeen, TXAugust 1, 2015
Enjoyed the traveling and what the military opened as far as life culture, experience and people it allowed me to meet. Great organization to learn leadership skills and management along with problem solving skills. Enjoyed the camaraderie and personal development.
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Great feeling to serve
FRONT LINE SUPERVISOR (Former Employee), KentuckyAugust 1, 2015
It's a great feeling to serve your country, you get to travel and learn many different things. You get to experience different things.
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Professional organization offering the best to all Soldiers
Personnel Supervisor (Current Employee), Fort Carson, COAugust 1, 2015
Best compensation package you can get. Salary is excellent based on time in service. The most team oriented environment you will find for a career.
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One of my best journeys in life...
Utility Repair Specialist (Current Employee), Fort Hood TXAugust 1, 2015
The US Army is great experience. On a typical day I had many different tasks. i have learn so many things about myself and others. It was really an eye opener on how dependable and driven I am. There – more... was always a challenge and i am grateful to have experienced them. I enjoyed meeting new people form all cultures and backgrounds. the hardest part of my job was leaving family behind on missions. The most enjoyable part of it was to travel many place within the time that I was apart of it. – less
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The ability to do almost anything.
Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) (Former Employee), Fayetteville, NCAugust 1, 2015
Pros: Family environment, wealth of knowledge and procedures performed.
Cons: Hours
As a medic in the US Army you will do far more than a civilian counterpart. With a focus on physical health and a wide variety of tasks in a typical day, it is never dull. While the tasks performed in – more... this job are far too numerous to list, they span from simple IV starts to venous cut downs to surgical airways. The people I worked with here didn't make me feel like a family, they were my family. – less
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A hard Job, that was very rewarding
Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee), Hinesville GA / Watertown, NY / KilleenTXAugust 1, 2015
Pros: Great Co-Workers, Good Pay
Cons: Some leadership
Everyday was a little different. I did security checks of arms room, I also did personnel security clearances.
I learned how to conduct clearances, how to move sensitive material.
I learned to manage my time, and personnel while still getting the job done.
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Fun and exciting
Sergeant E-5 (Former Employee), Fort BraggAugust 1, 2015
I had a lot of fun while serving my country. I grew and learned as a person and meet some great people. Serving was one of the best decisions I have made
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Army
Senior Equipment Operator (Former Employee), Ft leonard wood moAugust 1, 2015
Pros: Great health care for the service member and family
Cons: long hours
The days are long and the nights short but it was worth every min of it. One of the biggest skills I took from the army is time management. The people you work with is not only co-workers but more like – more... brothers and sisters. Another great thing is every time I was moved to another unit, I was always took right in and welcomed to the unit. Never feeling like the new kid. The hardest part of the job is gaining very close friends then leaving to a new duty station. I very much enjoyed traveling the world and going new places. – less
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It's the life of a soldier
Line Of Sight Operator (Former Employee), Fort Hood, TXAugust 1, 2015
Pros: Travel
Cons: The pay is horrible.
I met a lot of great people and got to see a lot of places. I'd rather be deployed than back home in the states. I still stay in touch with the majority of my soldiers.
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Not for everyone
Aviator (Current Employee), USAJuly 31, 2015
Pros: Allotments for housing, no-cost medical and dental care, 20-year retirement with medical coverage
Cons: Irregular schedule, high risk of loss of life/limb/eyesight, separation from family is a regular occurrence whether deployment-related or otherwise
Officers are placed in positions of authority based on rank, with career progression timelines taking priority over their merits and skills. This often leaves organisations with inexperienced leadership – more... being propped up by the experienced managers (Warrant and Non-commissioned Officers) under their command. Job placement is based on an aptitude test and preference statement with no assessment of a person's interpersonal or physical skills.

The opportunity to travel is there, but is limited by manning cycles and open positions based on rank or title. Some assignments, voluntary or otherwise, will separate you from your family. You are at the mercy of the leadership described above in seeking compensation for the lost time. – less
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Productive and challenging
Logistical Food Advisor (Current Employee), Fort Carson, COJuly 31, 2015
Pros: short suspenses
Cons: learning from others in order to be successful
Up-tempo work environment is very challenging and rewarding. Striving to make a difference is the upmost important. Communication is very important for the success of the organization.
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Great experience
Operations Sergeant (Current Employee), Fort Stewart, GAJuly 31, 2015
Pros: Benefits
Cons: N/A
Great way to learn management and leadership skills. You get to learn about working with personnel from all walks of life. Helps to build self-confidence and pride.
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Challenging but rewarding
Senior Intelligence Analyst (Current Employee), South KoreaJuly 31, 2015
Pros: Great Benefits and job secuirty.
Cons: Long deployments and challenges to the family life.
Life is in the military is challenging because of the constant deployments and time away from the family. It can be hard on a family to include the kids that need the love and constant support of both – more... parents. The military does a good job of making the families involved in being a community when there are deployments. The individual job as a Senior Intelligence Analyst and Supply/Logistics Manager (previously) have been enjoyable and something that I would like to continue working with in the future as a civilian. – less
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Logistical Supply Specialist
Army Logistical Supply Specialist (Former Employee), Ft Lee, VirginiaJuly 31, 2015
Supply, teamwork, Enjoy being Part of the ARMY. I learn how to provide Army stuff to my Soldiers. The hardest part of it is being a soldier 24/7
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Very Political in the Hospital environment
Patient Administration Specialist (Former Employee), Washington DCJuly 31, 2015
Pros: Cafeterias
Cons: Long work hours
Daily tasks are assigned but there is not a real team setting or mentality in the military hospital setting. I did enjoy my time in DC as there was o much to see and do
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Great Job
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee), DEJuly 31, 2015
An Amazing Job that i would and have recommended to anyone that wants to serve their country great way to see the world and be a part of a larger cause.
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Good work environment
Corporal (Current Employee), Killeen, TexasJuly 31, 2015
Pros: Great teamwork
Cons: Always away from family
Team cohesion played a big part of being in the military. Ive learned to work as one small part to a big solution. The hardest part about the military in general is being away from family members for long periods of time.

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