Brotherhood,Team work, Operating as a unit
Filed Artillery (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 13, 2013
I learned so much in the military.I've learned how to discipline myself through obstacles I never though I would be able to achieve.One simple obstacle to mention were push ups.Before I became a member of the USA military,I believed I could only properly execute just 15 push ups in one set.With my team mates and my superiors' encouragement,I was able to execute 86 push ups in one round.That's just a small example of the discipline I've learned in the USA Army.
Management was very effective.Many times I was left to be my own manager.This is part of the military's culture,to train us with outstanding management,and then leave us to manage our selves so we can experience trial and error.My co-workers (or battle buddies), were a great pair of people to work with. We helped each look good because when one of us look bad,it reflects the entire team. The hardest part of the job was the heavy amounts of expectations,pressure and stress to exceed greatness.Many times these expectations seems unattainable,but to each and everyone of my battle buddies surprise,including myself, we achieve all that was expected of us.The most enjoyable part of the job was the team work,the brotherhood.The idea that if I'm struggling with something my battle buddy will be there to assist me and vice versa.
benefits, helping my battle buddy look as good as i do with tasks
not enough hours in a day to achieve all our goals at one time