Questions and Answers about United States Army, Active Duty & Army Reserves

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What is the most stressful part about working at United States Army, Active Duty & Army Reserves?

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Going to war and then coming back and learning to deal with everything.

Answered - Ammunition Specialist (Former Employee) - Fort Stewart, GA

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Promotion boards

Answered - United States Army (Former Employee) - Fort Dix, NJ

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The leadership

Answered - Active Duty (Former Employee) - Washington State

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Leadership isn't helpful

Answered - National Guard (Current Employee) - San Marcos, TX

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Being away from family

Answered - Automated Logistical Specialist (92A) (Former Employee) - Fort Carson, CO

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Deployment.

Answered - 91B Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (Current Employee) - Springfield, MO

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Knowing you could be shipped off any time, and knowing your life was for your country, and could be taken for your country at any time.

Answered - Private First Class E-3 (Former Employee) - Fort Stewart, GA

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Work hours

Answered - Infantryman (Former Employee) - Colorado Springs, CO

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