Numerous career paths, as well as life saving skills.
Answered - Combat Medic (Former Employee) - Fort Wainwright, AK
Knowledge in medical and experience to pursue medical degree
Answered - Human Resources Specialist (42A) (Current Employee) - Jefferson City, MO
I wasn't a medic from what my Medic friends have told me it gets you a pretty good leg up when it comes to being an EMT.
Answered - IT Specialist (Former Employee) - Fort Hood, TX
Same as any other MOS in the Army.
Answered - Team Leader (Current Employee) - El Paso, TX
You get to learn a lot of practical medical skills. I would recommend joining a combat unit.
Answered - Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee) - Fort Stewart, GA
Learn skills to save lifes, and build skills so you can leave the army, and get paid a decent salary for the same skills, with less work, and less stress.
Answered - 11B Infantryman (Former Employee) - Fort Bragg, NC
Saving Peoples lives and assisting others in combat situations.
Answered - Wheeled Vehicle Mechanic (91B) (Current Employee) - Fort Lauderdale, FL
Real world skills
Answered - Battery First Sergeant (Former Employee) - Schofield Barracks, HI
I Became a Combat Medic in 1980. It fulfilled my desires to learn and understand how the Army provides medical support on the Battlefield and Peacetime Environment.
Answered - Chief (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
Training that will pay dividends in the military and the civilian world. This job allows travel or US based jobs. There is a job for you anywhere you wish from a hospital to special operations.
Answered - Strategic Analyst (Current Employee) - San Antonio, TX