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Provides skils to last a lifetime
Division Leading Chief Petty Officer (Current Employee), New Windsor, NYSeptember 16, 2014
Pros: job security
The US Navy has and still is providing me training, skills and opportunities that make me and anyone else some of the most marketable people in the world.
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Navy Life
Building Manger/ Galley Captain (Former Employee), Fort Sam Houston, TXSeptember 16, 2014
Pros: money, trips
Cons: deployments
Very enjoyable, if you want to see the world, and enjoy been away from everybody
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Excitement and valued experience!
Chief Master-at-Arms (Former Employee), Norfolk, VASeptember 16, 2014
Pros: consistant pay, job security, travel
Cons: travel
There is no typical day in the US Navy. Some common occurrences I dealt with was good order and discipline of other military personnel as well as Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection and Loss Prevention. Management always changes. Hardest part was deployments and time away from family. The most enjoyable part was the travel and the experience of dealing – more... with a mast variety of personnel. – less
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Empowering and Unique Learning Experience
Aviation Electronics Technician (Former Employee), San Diego, CASeptember 16, 2014
Pros: steady income and interesting co-workers
Cons: 24/7 job and sometimes little room for advancement
The Navy was a great and unique learning experience. A typical day included launching and recovering helicopters, washing helicopters, troubleshooting malfunctions in electronic equipment, etc.
I felt empowered everyday because that is a job I never I could be capable of. In the end the military wasn't a good fit for me but I would encourage anyone – more... who is looking to expand their horizons to consider it. – less
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Awesome experience
Ship Serviceman (Former Employee), Norfolk VASeptember 16, 2014
I worked on board ship as a ships serviceman in the supply department, I assisted with the everyday retail operations on board. I also assisted with the everyday maintenance and cleanliness on board. The most enjoyable part of this job is the opportunity to travel and experience other countries and other cultures
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Difficult life
Aviation Electrician (Former Employee), Fallon, NVSeptember 16, 2014
While I enjoyed the opportunity to serve my country I had to work a lot of overtime. Had to work with a lot of people with extremely poor leadership skill.
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US Navy was defiintely a learning process and very rewarding.
Electrician (Former Employee), Jacksonville, FlSeptember 15, 2014
Was a Leading Petty Officer of the Electrical Division on board the USS NEW YORK. I spent 5 years on board and got out of the Navy to transition to the civilian sector to join the Field Service Technician opportunites with still my electrical experience.
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Adventure!
Mixed Gas Diving and Salvage / Engineman (Former Employee), USASeptember 15, 2014
Pros: travel, adventure, memories.
Cons: ice cold water!
My career as a diver in the Navy would begin with a 5 mile run, plan and perform diving operations or preform preventative maintenance on dive gear or boat. The Navy allowed me to work with multiple styles of management and a wide variety of people. There are no hard parts of jobs, just challenges such as the first in water replacement of a propeller – more... on a Trident Submarine. Laying on my back in 80 feet of water at midnight, seeing the moon crystal clear while in Cuba. Just one of many enjoyable parts of my job. – less
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challenging yet rewarding job
Ship's Leading Petty Officer, USS Constitution (Former Employee), Charlestown, MASeptember 15, 2014
Work long days and nights and always stay eager to learn. Once you learn and become an expert, its your time to teach, mentor, and lead others to greatness. Challenging yet rewarding job
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Productive and challenging with long working hours
Engineman (Current Employee), San Diego, CASeptember 15, 2014
Pros: great pay, lots of culture
Cons: duty
wake up at 0530 got to sleep at 0000 (midnight)
I learned alot about people skills and engines.
there is alot that you could manage weather it be big time projects or paper work.
the hardest thing i had to do was leave my wife and son.
the most enjoyable part was going home to them.
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its the military
Facility Watch Supervisor (Former Employee), variousSeptember 15, 2014
This job is the military. I gained great life experiences and skills to help me progress
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Life long learning expereince
Aviation Electronics Technician (Former Employee), Virginia Beach, VASeptember 15, 2014
Pros: free housing
Cons: long deployments
I assisted in the maintenance and flight readiness of the F/A-18 jet's for strike fighter squadron VFA 15.

I learned several skills such as Aviation electrical repair this included , troubleshooting and repair of radar,Navigation and weapons control systems.I also learned skills such as wire bundling, this included terminal repair of all types of connections, – more... Schismatics interpretation and the ability to follow wire diagrams.

All work was done in a team environment. From senior leaders to fresh out of school trainees. We all worked together to accomplish the day's goals.

The hardest part of this job was having to leave my family behind for deployments.

The most enjoyable part of this job was being a part of the big picture and serving my country. – less
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Recieved Great Training and Life Skills
System Administrator / Data Analyst (Current Employee), NAS LemooreSeptember 15, 2014
Pros: training, travel
Cons: time away from family
The United States Navy made me confident in succeeding to be a professional. I learned how to perform extremely well under pressure, and how to be a team-player. My peers' guided me to perform at a higher level, with motivation and mentoring. I would say the hardest part of my job was being away from my family for long periods of time.
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Productive and Peaceful Workplace
Logistics Management Specialist (Former Employee), Columbus, GASeptember 15, 2014
Productive and Peaceful Workplace where everyone worked as a team and Cared for each other. The Hardest part of the job was unexpected Deployments but the most enjoyable part was being a service to my country and traveling and seeing different parts of the world.
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Fun and exciting at the Navy
SONAR TECHNICIAN (Former Employee), San Diego, CASeptember 15, 2014
A work day in the navy was always easy and carefree, everyone worked together to complete a task and there were always more people than were really needed so the job got done faster. I learned there that in some cases its more efficient to put 3-4 people on a 2 person job so it will get done faster and depending on the workers, more efficiently. My – more... co-workers were from all walks of life and very interesting to be around. There weren't many parts of the job that were difficult and the most enjoyable part was learning so many new things, and seeing a lot of new places as a part of the job. – less
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Wonderful place to work
Emergency Medical Technician (Former Employee), Meridian, MsSeptember 15, 2014
Pros: healthcare, housing, food, paid time off
Cons: deployments
The Navy is a great job to have. When you join the Navy they totally take care of you.
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The Navy taught me a lot, but its not for me.
Electronics Technician 2nd Class Petty Officer (Current Employee), Norfolk, VASeptember 14, 2014
Pros: paycheck and health insurance.
Cons: drama, lies, separation from family.
With having 4 children and a wife, the Navy just isn't my future. Although I have learned a great deal in my field of electronics, It is time for me to move on. The Military is turning into something it is not and I don't want to be apart of it. I will be able to further my education in the near future and move on from the Navy. My wife and my children – more... support me in this. I will not fail. – less
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Productive
Electrician Mate (Former Employee), Norfolk, VASeptember 14, 2014
Pros: pay, vacation time, healthcare
I was able to travel the world and serve my country. I was able to learn a trade.
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diverse
capable liaison between superiors and subordinates (Former Employee), Norfolk, VASeptember 14, 2014
The Navy offered a wide variety of opportunities to learn and better myself and my skills.
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Busy and demanding
Program Assistant (Former Employee), Bethesda, MarylndSeptember 14, 2014
Pros: sick leave
Cons: no time for lunch
Work load falls on a few capable people. Too many chiefs (all engineers) and few indians.
Typical day to monitor hourly payrolls, contracts with contractors to insure compliance, writing contracts and interpreting bids from contractors to insure their ability to comply with the work needed.
Co-workers were the other program assistants and the accounting – more... department. Hardest part of the job was procuring passage to Spain for a water vehicle. Enjoyment was a feeling of doing the job right! – less

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About U.S. Navy

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