Sometimes amazing work place who only seems to care about and take care of their favorites.
Cryptologic Linguist (Former Employee) – Fort Lewis, WA – April 25, 2017
My experience was not that good with them for the most part. For every good person there are 50 horrible human beings. The leadership typically only cares about themselves even if it is at the cost of those below them that they have taken an oath to protect and care for.
Occasional good leaders, meeting many many people
Long hours, little appreciation for work, horrible leaders
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Redstone Arsenal, AL – April 23, 2017
had regular 8 hour days, learned how to do overseas travel arrangements. Management was very fair working with. Hardest part of the job was meeting suspense times/date. Most enjoyable part of the job was learning about different cultural people.
Warehouse Manager (Former Employee) – APO, AP, 96264, US – April 21, 2017
Great place to work. It is very diversified and welcoming. It affords opportunity to all workers who desire to move up the ladder. I have worked for the DOD for over 11 years and I enjoyed every minute of my time there.
Human Resource Manager - Project Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Bliss, TX – April 21, 2017
Your typical day in the army starts off with one hour of physical training. Once I get into the office I generally have department head meetings. Generally after my department head meeting I have a staff meeting before I actually can start to do my daily responsibilities.
I truly enjoyed serving my country the team concept of what we do builds strong bond and comradery.The military culture is about Army Values are Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, Personal Courage.
Defense Logistics Agency - Defense Supply Center Columbus:
This is one of the best working environments I've experienced. My immediate supervisors are supportive, encouraging and empowering. The work environment is professional, comfortably relaxed and polite.
Great experience working with incredible individuals
Network Defense Manager (Former Employee) – Albany, GA Cherry Point, NC – April 20, 2017
Never was a typical day. Exciting fast paced environment. Trained to be an effective leader and team player. A large portion of my career required a Top Secret/SCI clearance working with classified to sensitive information.
Enjoyed work in domestic and international life threating environments
Firefighter/EMT (Former Employee) – McChord AFB, WA – April 20, 2017
24hr shifts Recevied many qualifications Hardest part of the job was running into a burning building while everyone else was running out. Helping people was the most enjoyable and gratifying part of the job.
Command Operations Intelligence Inspector (Current Employee) – Scott AFB, IL – April 18, 2017
Great job depending on your career field, excellent benefits, and a pension after 20 years. Must be able to work under a deadline and sometimes in a no-fail environment. Medical system can be a hassle but it's free!
Retire at 39 and get a pension in time for another career
Depending on your job you could find yourself in a war zone
It was hard work and competative but could be fun if you had the right mentality for it.
Team Leader/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fort Stewart, GA – April 18, 2017
I enjoyed working there for the most part but as far as advancement is concerned you end up hitting a road block and you cant learn anything else which is why I have decided that I would like to move on and find another place of employment.
Rank of Specialist (Former Employee) – Fort Knox, KY – April 17, 2017
The DoD is there to make sure that you learn what you need to and lean how to be productive. Ive learned many leadership skills and life skills that I use today in my everyday life to be a better person.