Questions and Answers about U.S. Army

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What advice would you give the CEO of U.S. Army about how to improve it?

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Change the age limit their should be an age limit for us to want to be able to protect are country

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Better pay for the job soldiers perform.

Answered - 11B1O 00 Infantryman (Former Employee) - Fort Drum, NY

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Increased pay.

Answered - Artillery Sergeant (Former Employee) - Fort Sill, OK

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More personal time when there is down time

Answered - Soildier (Former Employee) - Fort Hood, TX,

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Train harder.

Answered - Soldier cargo specialist (Former Employee) - United states

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Focus more on the soilders

Answered - Specialist (Former Employee) - Ft. Hood, TX

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Mandatory service for all able bodied individuals.

Answered - Infantryman (11B) (Former Employee) - Fort Bragg, NC

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No personal attitudes just business

Answered - Leadership Team Member (Former Employee) - Fort Campbell, KY 42223

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Come up with a plan to take better care of our veterans. provide housing and better healthcare to those that sacrificed for this country.

Answered - Health Care Specialist (Former Employee) - Fort Sam Houston, TX

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Focus on preparing for the next war, not making sure chalk blocks and PT Belts are on.

Answered - Human Intelligence Collector Team Sergeant (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA

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