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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I loved the military

Answered - 16SI Stinger Gunner (Former Employee) - apo New 09701

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Intense with a focus on overall knowledge

Answered - u.s. army (Former Employee) - Germany, many more

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Depends on the Command and Command needs.

Answered - Network Systems Administrator / DCGS-A FSE (Former Employee) - Dublin, CA

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Recruiter test in different areas of expertise to see what job description best fit skills and abilities

Answered - Personnel Administration Specialist (Former Employee) - Fayetteville, NC

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A recruiter. Don't be too fat. too crazy, too many issues with the law, be smart enough to spell "cat" and do basic addition, and you are in.

Answered - Strategic Analyst (Strategic Intelligence Officer) (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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Initial enlistment is extremely involving, intrusive and in-depth.

Answered - OPERATIONS MANAGER (Current Employee) - Fort Lewis, WA

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There is no interview process, you either meet the requirements or you do not.

Answered - Intelligence Collector (Former Employee) - Fort Lewis, WA

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Took the ASVAB and based on my test results I was offered jobs that I could choose from.

Answered - Staff Sergeant (Former Employee) - Ft. Bragg, NC

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Not hard at all

Answered - Air Defense (Former Employee) - United States

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No interview, its tests

Answered - Surgical Technologist (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD

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