Questions and Answers about U.S. Army

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

Answered - 92 Golf, Food Service Specialist (Former Employee) - Ft. Carson, CO

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

Answered - Security and Operations as Battle Captain (Former Employee) - Ft. Snelling, MN

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Okay and let them know my experience

Answered - Training NCO/Squad Leader (Former Employee) - Hinesville, GA

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Good, Enjoyed this position. Would recommend this position.

Answered - Unit Administrator (Former Employee) - French Camp, CA 95231

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I felt part of something big

Answered - AUTOMATED LOGISTICAL SPECIALIST (Former Employee) - Ft. Campbell North, KY, Ft Drum NY, Ft Bragg NC

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

Answered - Training Room Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Fort Campbell, KY

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Proud to serve.

Answered - Culvar Dental Contractor (Former Employee) - Fort Riley, KS

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I didnt have any friends but for some reason my parents particurlarly had strong feelings about it

Answered - soldier (Former Employee) - Overland Park, KS

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No issues telling people what I thought and welcomed feedback

Answered - Team Leader (Former Employee) - Fort Stewart, GA

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Very proud to wear the uniform

Answered - Safety Officer Fort A.P. Hill, VA (Former Employee) - Fort A.P. Hill, VA

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