Questions and Answers about U.S. Army

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You Never know when you going to get off work either it been on time or not.

Answered - Instructor (Former Employee) - Augusta, GA

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Not being able to get a full time position with the M O S you would like to keep.


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Moving every few years, waiting for a slot to open for promotions

Answered - Administrator/Stock Control Supervisor (Former Employee) - Newport, RI

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Very busy workload, always away from home.

Answered - Retired, Brigade Operations NCO (Former Employee) - Bayern

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Training for war

Answered - Solider (Former Employee) - around the world

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Hearing about global conflicts

Answered - Army (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC

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Deployments, live fires and combat

Answered - Team Leader and Operations Sergeant (Former Employee) - Fort Drum, NY

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The knowledge that you could be deployed anywhere for anything at any given time.

Answered - Intelligence Analyst (Current Employee) - Miami, FL

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Working with individuals who work the system aND are not there for growth and devwlopment

Answered - Infantry Squad Leader (Former Employee) - Georgia, Texas, Hawaii, Afghanistan

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Going to war and then coming back and learning to deal with everything.

Answered - Ammunition Specialist (Former Employee) - Fort Stewart, GA

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