Its great serving your country Solider (Former Employee) – Fort Campbell, KY – February 3, 2016 Being in the Army exceed all my expectations and more. I got to experience on a daily bases that people do not usually see. The training over prepares you for tough situations.
Not being with family on some special occassions
Was this review helpful? Yes No Great Oppurtunity and Experience Advanced Culinary Supervisor (Current Employee) – Fort Irwin, CA – February 3, 2016 Serving in the U.S Military has been a great oppurtunity and an excellent way to serve my country. After 11 years of serving proudly, if offered the opportunity I'd do it again. Was this review helpful? Yes No Productive and high pace workforce Unit Supply Specialist (Former Employee) – Eglin AFB, FL – February 3, 2016 A typical army day is filled with a high pace productive schedule. Designed to maximize you maximum potential, Some of the best co-workers in the world Was this review helpful? Yes No US Military... No place quite like it Multi-Media Illustrator / Graphic Designer (Current Employee) – Orangeburg, NY – February 3, 2016 My family/friends since the day I enlisted. If you don't know what to do with yourself, never rule this out. They say that it isn't for everyone but I guarantee that anyone could make it work. Was this review helpful? Yes No Military Front line supervisor for 3 (Former Employee) – Fort Stewart, GA – February 3, 2016 This is one of the most fulfilling opportunities you will ever have. The Army is a tough and rough job but nothing is a better feeling than serving your country. Was this review helpful? Yes No Rewarding and enjoyable Sergeant (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – February 3, 2016 very fast pace job and a very dangerous job at that but a great work environment and making a lot of new friends. protecting and serving my country is something ive always wanted to do Was this review helpful? Yes No U.S. Army Great Employment Food Service Sergeant (Former Employee) – Ft. Campbell, KY – February 3, 2016 This job equips everyone with what they need to succeed. It is demanding but very rewarding. You spend a lot of time with co workers and build bonds that are incomparable.
Travel, pay, benefits
Leaving your families for extended amounts of time.
Was this review helpful? Yes No Tired of writing Senior Observer Controller/Trainer (Former Employee) – Fort Bliss, TX – February 3, 2016 It seems that the jobs are not lining up with what Im putting in them. I will just say that I will try and fix this later. Well now its saying I have to write more in here. Was this review helpful? Yes No Adventure Military Police Officer (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – February 3, 2016 Taught courage and integrity. Deployed once so far to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. I enjoy being a Police Officer in the Army. The training is phenomenal. Was this review helpful? Yes No US Army Skills Senior Operations and Training Manager (Current Employee) – Fort Bragg, NC – February 3, 2016 The US Army made me an efficient worker and productive leader while providing me with skills able to deal with any obstacle. Not for everyone DA Civilian (Current Employee) – Fort Gordon, GA – February 3, 2016 Extremely intellectually rewarding career, but not conducive to family/social life. The hardest part of my job is living in Augusta, GA and dealing with the local culture, or lack there of. The job itself is rewarding, but giving up so many things on the personal, social, family fronts do not make it woth while.
Great benefits, job security, good compensation
a lot of travel, closed minded extremely conservative culture, commute, Augusta is not a desired area to live
Was this review helpful? Yes No Excellent Work Enviroment Instructor of Military Science (Current Employee) – Bourbonnais, IL – February 3, 2016 The United State Army has been an excellent career. The leadership that I've had throughout my career has had an instrumental influence on the person I am today. I have worked next to some of the most talented and motivated soldiers during my career. The hardest thing about this job was being away from family during deployments. However, it was worth it because they were what I was fighting to protect. The best part of the job was the experience and the bond that I created with fellow soldiers. Was this review helpful? Yes No fun, traveling adventure Infantry (Former Employee) – Fort Sill, OK – February 3, 2016 leaned to know how to get a problem done with little or no support. how to manage a group of personal to get the jobs done. It was a really good adventure of different lands and cultures.
not enough kids now learning from it
Was this review helpful? Yes No very stable and reliable work environment Mortuary Affairs Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Lee, VA – February 3, 2016 Loved every minute that I was in the military. Very structured and a lot of life lessons to be learned from the Armed Forces.
guranteed paycheck twice a month, healthcare
Was this review helpful? Yes No Good Private First Class (Current Employee) – Hunter Army Airfield, GA – February 3, 2016 Fast paced, critical thinking is required, not for the timid. As a company it was a strong family bond like no other. That's it. Was this review helpful? Yes No professional but fun work place Artilleryman (Former Employee) – jblm washington – February 3, 2016 building a team in the workplace while also being professional and getting the job done learned how to be mature managed my own soldiers working with people who treated me equal hardest part of the job is going out into the field and not showering for days on end the most enjoyable part is when we get extra time off Was this review helpful? Yes No Productive Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic/ Soldier (Current Employee) – Camp Bullis, TX – February 2, 2016 A typical day at work included physical training and learning more and more about wheeled vehicles that the army owned. We were taught to fix faults in these vehicles, and write down what we did to the vehicle for references. Was this review helpful? Yes No Not for Everyone Customer Service (Former Employee) – Fort Gordon, GA – February 2, 2016 Standards aren't always upheld mostly because corrections are made person by person. Most decisions are at commanders discretion and since everyone is different they don't all feel the same way about standards.
Consistency for work/ pay
Hours/Away from family
Was this review helpful? Yes No Great career Director of ISAF Customs Coordination (Colonel) (Former Employee) – Texas – February 2, 2016 A tough career but well worth it. Provides a great education and compensation package. Allows you to be all you can be. It will push you and you will be a better person Was this review helpful? Yes No Great work environment Director of Medical Operations (Current Employee) – Fort Bliss, TX – February 2, 2016 Enjoyed my 20 years with the military. Gave me amazing tools to become a great leader. I am grateful of my experiences and education that were given to me by my past leaders. Was this review helpful? Yes No