Human resources can deploy anywhere. The opportunities are in the worst places you will ever want to be. That is where you will make a name for yourself.
Answered - SQUAD LEADER (Former Employee) - Fort Benning, GA
For the needs of the army
Answered - Recruiting Station Commander (Former Employee) - Rowland Heights, CA
50/50 The deployments are cake and basically stationed on a resort FOB where combat units come to relax and get away from the stress of war.
Answered - Recruiter (Former Employee) - Reading, PA
Germany or any where in the United States.
Answered - Combat Medic (Former Employee) - United States or Overseas
In today's army It all depends on the unit you are assigned to.
Answered - 35N - Signals Intelligence Analyst (Current Employee) - Fort Hood, TX
Great depending on location
Answered - Military Police Officer (Former Employee) - Fort Campbell, KY
An opportunity to travel overseas. My personal opportunity was to South Korea.
Answered - Logistics Supply Specialist (Former Employee) - South Korea
I wasn't Human Resources? You do have deployment opportunities within the job, but depending on unit, station, and leadership it varies.
Answered - Human Intelligence Collector (Former Employee) - Fort Bragg, NC
Every avenue of work in the Army involves Human Resources. Moving Soldiers around to different section. Taking care of their leave and pass request and also making sure their pay is correct
Answered - 1SG of a medical company (Former Employee) - Colorado Springs, CO
I honestly don't know would have to speak to a recruiter
Answered - Mechanic (Former Employee) - Fort Jackson, SC