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Be all you can be
Bravo Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee), Fort Carson, CODecember 13, 2014
If all you can be is a ate up, slacker or a pop up dummy. If you make it out of boot camp, you will be treated like what you are. If your high speed and a leader, you will be treated like what you are. A great career if you need someone to tell you to brush your teeth or tie your boots. A great career if you are confident enough to tell someone to brush – more... their teeth or tie their boots. If you are the "got your back" type, this is a solid career. If you are looking out for "numero uno", you will be the one alone when you need support. Suck it up, walk it off, or get out of the way. – less
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Great job
Human Resource Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Bliss, TXDecember 13, 2014
Pros: veteran benefits, great stepping stone.
Cons: n/a
This job teaches you how to be a Soldier teaches you life long values. Proud to've served the United States of America.
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Non-Commissioned Logistics Officer (Former Employee), Fort Bragg, NCDecember 13, 2014
Pros: a broad variety of experiences
Cons: extremely rigid environment with risk
U.S. Armywith my specialty in the field of Automated (Computerized) logistics management. I authored a portion of the Army's customer service policies for use with the SAILS (Standard Automated Intermediate Level of Supply) system. Additional duties included standard Army requirements with the excveption of some specialized training in the field of – more... special forces such as parachute inseertion and amphibious assault, etc. – less
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Team Leader (Current Employee), Killeen, TXDecember 13, 2014
get up early every moring, to do some physical training. I learned how to manage 15 personal and keep track of what they do and where they are, also learned how to be an effective team leader. my co-workers were always at motivated to work and do there best.
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Learn to be a good leader.
Equipment Records and Parts Specialist 76C (Former Employee), Fort Irwin, CADecember 13, 2014
Pros: good benefits and paid for my college
Cons: being on call 24/7, went to panama conflict
Been a supervisor and lead a platoon. This job open my leadership skills
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Great advancements
Cargo Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Jackson, SCDecember 12, 2014
You have every chance you can get to advance. Management is great and helpful.
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Great place to work
ammo chief (Former Employee), Fall River, MADecember 12, 2014
Pros: pay/ work ethics
Cons: very long hours
This was a great way to learn to become a manager and lead a company to success.
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Make the best of every opportunity.
Unit Supply Specialist (Former Employee), FT Bragg, North CarolinaDecember 12, 2014
A lot of exercise, training, job security is also good. It was a great job, but the time spent away from the family was hard. Very fast passed line of work. You have to deal with stress affectively and be able to manage your time well. Like all lines of work some days was better than others, but the good out weighted the bad.
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Average day on the job.
13B; Field Artillery Cannon Crew member (Former Employee), Fort Hood, TXDecember 12, 2014
-I wake up at 05:30 for morning PT
-I go in for work at 08:00
-I take lunch at 11:30-12:00
-I usually get off of work at 17:00
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Good benifits
Team leader (Former Employee), Fort drum NyDecember 12, 2014
Pros: good benifits
Cons: long deployments and sometimes days
Work consisted of Physical training in the morning then work call at 10am lunch at 1130 till 1300 then release at 1600
I learned many things while in the army
I worked with a wide variety of people from all backgrounds
hardest part of the job was the long deployments.
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Serving the American People
Signal Support Specialist/Telecom (Current Employee), Grand Prairie, TXDecember 12, 2014
Fighting For the lives of American people......There's no better job
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Best decision you could make for your life
Private First Class - National Guard (Current Employee), Chicagoo, IllinoisDecember 12, 2014
Pros: ability to protect your country and loved ones
Work in a fast pace environment the provides purpose and mission for you live.
Allows for personal and professional
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would do it again.
Supply Supervisor (Former Employee), Fort Hood, TXDecember 12, 2014
hard to balance family life with deployments, but it was rewarding to wear the uniform and have such a huge responsibility. I would have loved to retire if situations allowed me to do so.
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awesome life lessons taught. learn great team work
88M, Motor Transport Operator (Former Employee), koreaDecember 12, 2014
Military taught me great discipline and many things that I will carry with me in life even being out of service.
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Productive work place
Electronic Warfare Specialist (Current Employee), VariousDecember 12, 2014
Pros: benefits
Team work is paramount in daily and deployment duties. Co-workers come and go and views vary by their maturity levels.
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LOVE it
Battalion Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee), Fort Lee VirginiaDecember 12, 2014
I believe that it is also equally important to mention that living and working for over a decade in Europe, Asia, Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan while gainfully earning professional experiences, provided me with exposure that has broadened my awareness towards cultures and diversity, a necessary ingredient in today’s workplace.
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Grew as an individual in multicultural surroundings
Combat Engineer (Current Employee), Fort Knox, KYDecember 12, 2014
Pros: great morals, steady pay, benefits, and huge adventure
Cons: no certain schedule, long periods of time away from family
Great job that i believed I had completed my obligation towards. Even in stressful times everyone found a way to get it done efficiently. Days we're never the same some days we were let out at 2 pm other times not until 6 pm. I would grow home sick being away from family for long periods of time
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Very productive, and developing leadership skills.
Specialist (Former Employee), Fort Hood TexasDecember 12, 2014
Pros: health & dental care. education bennifits
Cons: can create a very stressfull envirement. lack of leadership.
A normal day will include doing physical training in the morning, followed by 9 AM work call. While at work, my shop and I will maintain the structure and accountability of equipment on a daily basis, while others will be tasked out to make sure the serviceability of all equipment is up to standard. Being in a shop with different qualified personnel – more... makes for great cross training as well as hands on. The moral of everyone is always up, due to the voluntary work everyone puts out. Hard times do come up when so many services at one time are at a deadline, whether it's annual/quarterly or due to the intake of equipment, which will equal to long hours of work and the proper filing of administration. When everything is all said and done, the accomplishment of the mission and welfare of everyone is the most rewarding part, especially when last minute deadlines are met. – less
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Learned numerous valuable skills.
Field Engineer (Former Employee), Fort Bening,GADecember 12, 2014
Pros: healthcare and benefits.
Cons: extended periods away from home.
During my time with the United States Army I learned how to analyze and interpret data as well as numerous other skills.
I was directly responsible for the maintenance and accountability for military vehicles, weapons and equipment worth in excess of three million dollars.

I was afforded and excelled at the opportunity to manage, train and keep accountability – more... for a group of lower ranking soldiers. – less
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Fun times and great people
PRIVATE FIRST CLASS (Former Employee), Fort Bragg, NCDecember 12, 2014
I love being able to work out in the morning then go to work. It was a fun and exciting time and now I am just looking for a good career. Most units do not manage time properly so therefore we always stayed late and started early

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