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Was a great experience and love the guys i worked with
Vehicle Repair Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Bragg NCDecember 19, 2014
Pros: good work environment, respectful people
Engine swaps
fuel changes
fluid changes
tire replacements
tire rotations
PMCS:
Bi annual
semi annual
annual
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Produtive life style
Weld trainer (Former Employee), MDDecember 19, 2014
Pros: travel
Loved the US Army and all the education and experience that i achieved . all the different job fields it offers and alot of adventure one will never get without going into the service.
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Logistic Management
Logistics Supervisor (Current Employee), El Paso, TXDecember 19, 2014
Management involving various logistic responsibilities.
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Fun and exciting work place, where you can meet new people.
Diesel Mechanic (Current Employee), Fort Campbell Ky, Fort Hood TxDecember 19, 2014
Pros: health benfits
Cons: interfears with family
I have been in the U. S. Army for seven years, and will be transitioning out at the end of January. While serving in the Army I have been station at Fort Campbell Ky, and Fort hood Tx. I also got a chance to visit Iraq once, and Afghanistian twice. I have learned a lot of valuable skills while in the Army such as punctuality, integrity, and problem – more... solving. I am profeciant in Troubleshooting, Engine Repair, Automotive Repair, Supervision, Training personnel. – less
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Personally l have witnessed The U.S. Army become a great foundation for someone to build their life from the ground up.
Cargo Specialist (Current Employee), Fort Eustis, VADecember 19, 2014
Pros: diversity, opportunities to instruct and lead team members, opportunity for higher education, economical stabilty
Cons: long hours, seperation from family/deployment, harsh weather conditions
The U.S. Army paves the way for the future leaders of America. I have been priveledged with knowledge in learning how to become a leader throughtout the years that l have served. My supervisors have taught me how to train and show by example with lessons in personal experiences that they themselves had recieved. l will walk out of this organization – more... with my head held high in that aspect. – less
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Like no other job in the world.
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee), Fort Hood, TXDecember 19, 2014
Pros: learning opportunities
Cons: time away from your family.
Long hard hours at times, but you also had fun and created a great balance. This job had so many possibilities to learn and grow, everyday was something new. The friendships you create here are never ending, till today I am close to allot of the guys I was stationed with back in 1989.
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Best place to start after high school
Division Transportation Representative (Former Employee), Schofield Barracks, HIDecember 19, 2014
Pros: friends, party's, adventures
Cons: long hours, away from family
Doing physical training and learning a new trade, traveling the world, seeing new countries for the first time, meeting new friends and enjoying the atmosphere of a foreign country.
The hardest part is being away from family for a long time.
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Diversity
CBRN Staff Advisor (Current Employee), Ft Campbell, KyDecember 19, 2014
The military is a place to learn about other cultures and accept people and Soldiers for who they are and not by the color of their skin. You learn to lean on your brother to the left and right in order to complete a mission. The team work concept helps foster an environment that contributes to the seven army values.
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very hard
Infantry Squad Leader/Sergeant (Current Employee), Fort Richardson, AKDecember 19, 2014
12 to 13 hours is the typical work day. I learned hard work and dedication are not always what it takes to succeed. very cut throat and dead end for most people
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Longetivity and Career Builder
Food Operation Specialist/Cook (Former Employee), Richmond, VADecember 18, 2014
Pros: discounts, brotherhood, family, honor
Cons: constant travel
Long nights and even earlier mornings. I learned that your personal selfish needs are expunged once you sign a contract because everything becomes WE and US in everything after. Your platoon starts off as strangers but become siblings very fast. Hardest part of the job is to take responsibility for something you didn't physically or personally do and – more... the best part is to realize how quickly you build long lasting friendships with the people you considered strangers not too long ago. – less
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Challenging; Rewarding; Patriotic
Assistant Chief of Staff (Colonel) (Former Employee), Detroit, MIDecember 18, 2014
Pros: always changing; always something new
Cons: very demanding; away from home often
Typical day varied from duty assignment to duty assignment. As a retired Colonel, I functioned at operational and strategic level within the Army. Multi-branch qualified in: Logistics, Human Resources, Finances I served in positions of responsibility from company level through theater army level. Responsible for managing large projects; programs while – more... leading Soldiers. Spent most of my 30 year career in management roles within both staff and command assignments. Hardest part of job was the rotation every 3 years to different duty assignments. Never felt completely comfortable in any assignment mainly do to the frequent rotations. Most enjoyable aspect of my career was leading Soldiers. – less
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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 ,

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