Questions and Answers about U.S. Army Reserve

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Will gradually increase based upon your title and duty obligations.

Answered - Transportation Coordinator (Current Employee) - Rheinland-Pfalz

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Long, sometimes fast paced days. Some days a are shorter and slower. It depends on what the task of the days and what type of unit your are in. The unit and your MOS or Officer job can dictate what type of day you have and the pace of the schedule.

Answered - Human Resource Specialist (Current Employee) - Tallahassee, FL

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Depends on the day and the tasks that day. You could have a nice slow day with nothing to do which can be torturous, or you can have a day full of things to do that you might not even finish for final formation.

Answered - AMMUNITION STOCK CONTROL AND ACCOUNTING SPECIALIST (Current Employee) - Coraopolis, PA

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Very slow. Somedays we just sit around and do nothing. Other days we are stuck doing admin stuff. We hardly ever get to turn wrenches.

Answered - 91B Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (Current Employee) - Garden Grove, CA

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Extremely fast paced and work long hard hours.

Answered - Mortuary Affairs Specialist in the united states (Current Employee) - Jackson, MS

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Its fast paced

Answered - E-4 Specialist (Current Employee) - Dublin, GA

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Very consistent

Answered - Specialist, E-4 (Former Employee) - Birmingham, AL

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Fun stressful learning

Answered - 12N Horizontal Construction Engineer (Current Employee) - Puerto Rico

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Not enough of a pace

Answered - Information of Technology Specialist (Former Employee) - Blackstone, VA

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Very fast paced

Answered - US Army (Former Employee) - Houston, TX

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