Questions and Answers about U.S. Army

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at U.S. Army.

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What is the interview process like?

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I got in pretty easily just had some waves.

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MEPS is terrible but really just criminal records, health history, and qualifications

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Met with a recruiter and had to pass the ASVAB. Based on your test scores you are only qualified for certain jobs.

Answered - FIRE DIRECTION SERGEANT (Former Employee) - Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA

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It's just a few questions about what u have done

Answered - Medical specialists (Former Employee) - Fort Campbell, KY

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Awesome, maintained proper pt scores before the enlistment date.

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

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You sit down in front of a washed up NCO who lies to you about how amazing the army is and you fill out paperwork. They ask if you have felonies or racist tattoos etc but none of that really disqualifies you. They're just making sure they don't have to do extra paperwork. Then you go to MEPS get a medical screening and then off you go.

Answered - Infantryman (Current Employee) - Schofield Barracks, HI

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Have to pass army entry standards

Answered - Infantry Team Leader (Former Employee) - Fort Bragg, NC

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You just sign a piece of paper and raise your hand while you do everything your recruiter lied to you about

Answered - Soldier (Former Employee) - Ft. Benning, GA

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Very Relaxed

Answered - Material Supply Specialist (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, or ASVAB, determines what careers you are eligible for with any branch of the military. As long as you know what you want, recruiters can be very helpful, with the most motivated among them conducting physical training sessions with candidates.

Answered - Network Node Operator (Former Employee) - Fort Drum, NY

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