Mission Assurance & Site Safety Program Manager (Current Employee) – Newburgh, NY – September 22, 2017
Highly beneficial culture that stresses leadership development, structure, technical competence and personal confidence. A breeding ground for highly adaptive, multi-tasking personnel capable of prioritizing goals in stressful environments. The best and worst part of the job can simultaneously be co-workers.
Military pay, medical and dental benefits
Constant travel and occassional hostile work enviornment.
You cannot expect to be successful in the Marines if you aren't a hungry individual. You will be pushed to the absolute limits of your mind body and spirit at all times and expected to give more. And that is just Boot Camp.
Fleet life is like a 'normal' 9-5 but everything is competitive so if you want to succeed, bring your A game, or stay home.
Great if you need nothing but a structural environment.
Field Radio Operator (Current Employee) – Camp Lejeune, NC – September 21, 2017
Joined to serve my country, never had intentions of staying around. Plan to go to college and get on with next phase of life. Stressful job, however learnt a lot of great life skills and management skills.
This is most likely the best thing I have ever done in my life. As much as I disliked it sometimes, it has always helped me in the long run. This service taught me how to be a man and how to live a well life.