92yankee (Current Employee) – Bossier City, LA – December 16, 2013
A typcal day at work is doing charts making sure all folders and imformatons is right on the soldiers in our unit.I learned alot about team work.My co-workers are caring and they always try to make sure that i am squared away.The most enjoyable part of the day is when we have pt and when we are doing work in the computer.
Task driven work place, attention to detail is very important.
Human Resources Sergeant (Current Employee) – Fort Snelling, MN – February 1, 2016
As an instructor, day consists of reviewing Human resources duties and courseware to ensure proficiency when instructing. Practice of the courseware to include mock classrooms are completed to provide constructive criticism and build confidence. The instructor position was a career choice that I am glad I took as it allows me to provide guidance and expertise to a larger part of the Army Reserve community.
Petroleum Supply Specialist (Current Employee) – Ada, OK – February 1, 2016
I love to meet all the different people and be able to interact with all of them. I love the advancement process you put in the work and you receive credit for it the majority of the time. Sometimes command gets a little ridiculous about worrying about whos breathing down their neck so much that they forget to take care of the important things such as the soldiers that are under them.
Sergeant First Class (Current Employee) – Wichita, KS – January 27, 2016
I have been with the Army Reserve for 29 years, the army has been good for me. I have had a lot of good travel to various places for training and missions. I have had the chance to meet a lot of wonderful people, some of which have given me some good mentorship along the way.
Infantryman (Current Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – January 15, 2016
A typical day can vary depending on what the primary objective is. Training for deployment can be stressful. It is not because of the training is to strenuous but the reasoning behind the training and knowing that it can potentially save your life or your battle buddies life. The leaders are very efficient and have their priorities in line with the mission. Other soldiers may seem a bit over whelmed, so it is up to the other soldiers that have deployed to calm their nerves. The hardest part of the job is the continuous good byes to the family. The most enjoyable portion of the job is saying hello to the family.
Civil Affairs Specialist (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 4, 2016
Working in Special Operations is definitely something that I hold dear, as I have learned what it means to serve and to have a duty to my country. A typical day includes physical training in the morning, and retraining/refresher courses in the afternoon/evening on Civil Information Management, Foreign Humanitarian Assistance, and other training.
Clerical (Current Employee) – Winterville, NC – January 3, 2016
I love the soldiers and my leaders. I was able to learn and then teach things. The entire environment is a enjoyable one. Everyone looks out for one another. I enjoy doing the physical training and testing to see exactly where I stand as a solider.
Phycilogical operations Team Sargent (Former Employee) – Arden Hills, MN – December 28, 2015
SSG- Team Sargent in the USAR for over 16 years. Served over seas during Desert Storm - leading several successful operations in many areas of a year there. Worked with many different military factions doing wartime and peacetime missions.
Pride in our country, teamanship, hard work
being shot at, stressfull situations, and those that were injured
SMP Cadet (09R) (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – December 14, 2015
The Army is the greatest job on the planet and everybody should experience it. Builds teamwork skills as well as leadership abilities with training in a multitude of fields as well as placing you in a brotherhood for life.