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First sergeant
First Sergeant (Former Employee), ArizonaApril 20, 2014
Pros: love the culture
Cons: did like all the politics
had 137 students go thru are 16 week school, made air flight arrangments for the student, did daily training matrix, microsoft expert.
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a great way to network
Logistics Supervisor (Current Employee), Fort Hood, TXApril 19, 2014
I have over 8 years in the U.S Army and it has been a career for me just looking for a little something different. But I love what I do and would like to stay in my field of work.
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Army Life
Communications Support System Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Sill, OKApril 19, 2014
Pros: great leader ship experiance
Cons: gone away from family
My day consisted of maintaining all of the battalion equipment, this was over 750,000 worth of commo equipment. I learned how to be a leader and manage The hardest part was going to the field and doing retrains op. Its consisted of a two man team to relay radio communication from on unit to the other though our antennas.
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Very informing
Wire Systems Installer Maintainer (Former Employee), GermanyApril 19, 2014
Pros: global police
Cons: can't help every one.
Learning new task!!
Learning new task!!
Learning new task!!
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great people to work with
Senior interpreter and cultural advisor (Former Employee), AfghanistanApril 19, 2014
Pros: flexible
it was a great experience working with them, fine people and fun.
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Something different everyday
E-4 Specialist (Former Employee), FT Bliss ElPaso TXApril 19, 2014
Bond of Brotherhood
Leadership
Following Orders
Medical Training
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I had a wonderful career in the Army
Administrative Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Jackson, SCApril 19, 2014
Pros: the teamwork and sense of camradarie among soldiers
Cons: long separations from family while overseas
I will always be proud of my military career. It taught me about discipline, the importance of hard work and honor as well as being responsible for what you do. My experience as a Sergeant was particularly rewarding because it gave me a chance to mentor and help young Soldiers just beginning their careers. My experience in the Army made me a well rounded – more... person who can handle stressful situations and work well with others as a team player. I won many awards as a Soldier and am proud of all of them. However, the real honor for me was the many fine people I got a chance to know and work with. – less
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Would still be in if not for knee injury
Military Police Officer (Former Employee), Fort Leonard Wood, MO; Germany; Aghanistan.April 19, 2014
Amazing place with great medical benefits. Granted it has both good and bad leaders but it is what you make of it. The pro's heavily outweigh the con's.
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awsome
Supply Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Hood, TXApril 19, 2014
get to work with people from different places management was cool
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Challenging but rewarding work place
Director of Operations/Training (Current Employee), Fort Bragg, NCApril 19, 2014
Pros: health care and job stability
Cons: time spent away from home
A typical day at work began at 0630 am and ended between 5 and 6 pm. In my ten years of performing this job I learned the supply, logistical systems of the Army and how to train and lead Soldier. The hardest part of the job was leaving my family every few month for extended periods of time uncertain if I would ever see them again. Over all I enjoyed – more... the brotherhood I shared with my fellow Soldiers. – less
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Excellent career choice for a seasoned Military Policeman.
Military Police Desk Clerk (Former Employee), Ft Bragg, North CarolinaApril 19, 2014
You learn alot about how the Military Police Desk operates and functions on a 24/7 basis.
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A proud Servicewoman
Operations/Administration Supervisor (Former Employee), Camp Casey, South KoreaApril 19, 2014
Pros: diversity, challenges, travel and meeting new people.
Cons: very long hours
The Military is a wonderful profession and a great way to meet diverse people and conditions. Learning to adapt and overcome is not a challenge but a way of life. I am a proud one percent of people who choose this endeavor. Life has been good and the 22 years invested has been worth it. I may change a few things about my life if given the opportunity, – more... but the Army is not one. I recommend the military if you like diversity, challenges, travel and meeting new people. – less
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Customer Service
Transportation General Officer (Current Employee), Concord, CAApril 19, 2014
United States Army Reserve, 238th Transportation Company, Concord, CA
United States Army Transportation General Officer. Platoon Leader. Leader of 34 enlisted soldiers.
Inland Cargo
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Great career. Awesome to serve your country.
Heavy Equipment Mechanic Supervisor (Current Employee), Fort Hood, TXApril 18, 2014
It was a great learning experience where I took away a valuable skill.
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Rewarding employment that offered great health benefits, housing, education, and programs.
Military Howitzer Operator (Current Employee), Fort Lewis, WAApril 18, 2014
Pros: steady paycheck, pride, responsibility for multi-million dollar military equipment
Cons: time away from family
A typical work day starts in the early morning for accountability and physical training. Next we conduct combat training, certification training, and military equipment maintenance. My (4) years in the military helped me learn more about my capabilities under stress with time and environment. I feel more confident through my leaders excellent examples – more... in being a solider and professional. I have learned to trust in teamwork with my peers, in safety, combat, and the physical demands of the military. Training for combat was the hardest part of the military but also has the best reward afterward. It was a privilege to serve in the United States Army. – less
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Non-commissioned Officer (Former Employee), EverywhereApril 18, 2014
Military experience was great, being away from my oldest child was difficult.
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Military life
Information Technology Specialist (Current Employee), Fort Lewis, WAApril 18, 2014
Pros: health benifits, dental benifits, paid leave paid travel
Cons: long unpredictable hours.
Being in the military is a career that rewards you based on what you put into it. If you work hard and put forth 100% effort at all times you will recieve advancement.
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Great serving for the United States of America
Sergeant Cavalry Scout (Current Employee), Fort stewart, GeorgiaApril 18, 2014
Serving in the United States Army as a active duty member has been one of the best things that I could have ever done for myself, and my family. Typical work day starts off with Physical Fitness session for an hour. I have learned many things through out the 4 and a half years that I have been there. How to stay confident, lead your peers and be ready – more... for anything and very flexible. Hardest part that I can say would definitely being away from your family and being away for things that you have no control over. Most enjoyable part of duty was the brotherhood that you created with your peers, and leaders above you. Because no matter who you are when times are tough they are tough for everyone. – less
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Very structured environment. No day was repetitive.
Human Resources Specialist (Former Employee), Hohenfels, GermanyApril 18, 2014
There was no typical day in the Army. A lot of things took you by surprise. Mass punishment was the worst part of the Military, because just like everywhere you have your troublemakers. Instead of the trouble maker getting punished, we all did.
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Look for a job that I can progress in
Supply Sergeant (Former Employee), Fort Carson, COApril 18, 2014
I am getting out of the Army 01 May 14 and relocating and going back to Scarborough Maine. I dont mind working long hours/ weekends/ or holidays. I am a people person and work well with others. Very organized and well groomed.

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