68W-10 Healthcare Specialist/Combat Medic (Current Employee) – Boise, ID – June 14, 2019
I drill monthly so it isn't exactly horrible, but depending on what we have scheduled and when really affects morale and communication. Due to it being military, I can't exactly go into detail about what we do.
Automated Logistics Specialist (Current Employee) – Suffolk, VA – June 13, 2019
• Ensured inventories, material control, accounting and supply records are properly maintained. • Reviewed and verified quantities received against shipping documents and maintain stock locations and administer documents control procedures
2LT Platoon Leader (Current Employee) – Staten Island, NY – June 13, 2019
The reserves are what you make out of it. If you sit by and wait out your contract you will be miserable. If you joined for the money then go find another job. This is a job that will make you or break you as in make you a better person by learning what opportunities to take and what not to meaning that if you do not like the place you are in do not blame the army sometimes the unit is jacked up NOT the Army as a whole.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – June 13, 2019
The Reserves have set me up for Life. I do not regret enlisting. If you have good leadership in which most companies do your experience will be outstanding. The only thing I have to complain about is how hard it is to get benefits you are entitled to when you enlist. Other than that I never regret my service to my country.
Easy job to make an extra $5000.00 per year, maybe more. One week end a month and annual training can be any where for 2 weeks to 30 days. You can also be deployed in a short amount of time. Great Job.
Free lunch and some flexible hours
Annual training is any where for 2 weeks - 30 days
United States Army Reserves (Current Employee) – Saipan, MP – June 9, 2019
I haven’t been with the unit very long to provide an accurate assessment of my work experience. It’s usually relaxed however there seems to be an issue of miscommunication or misconceptions on a personal level.
Operations officer (Current Employee) – Rock Island Arsenal, IL – June 9, 2019
Operations officer of a Brigade element located in Rock Island, I have at least 10 Non commissioned officers that report to me. I work with the training section of the unit and i am also the safety office.
I enjoy. being apart of the US Army Reserves, The training I received and will continue to receive will continue to help me grow as an individual. It has taken me out of my comfort zone, but I respect myself more for being able to serve.