U.S. Army
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How did you feel about telling people you worked at U.S. Army?

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  • I took pride in the organization however declined to tell strangers unless they asked because I didn’t work for the glory or praise.

  • I would feel proud about telling people I worked in the Army.

  • I tell everyone I have a great time being an officer in the United States Army and they enabled me to sharpen my leadership.

  • I felt proud to be part of the armed forces.

  • Proud to have served in the Army and was proud to lead recruitment efforts during some very difficult times.

  • Pride. That is all I can say about how I feel.

  • Very Proud to be part of a unit, 114th CSH, that provided medical life saving support.

  • Good, Enjoyed this position. Would recommend this position.

  • I felt part of something big

  • Fine. nothing bad about being in the army. steady paycheck as long as you don't mess up

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