Military Police Officer (Former Employee) - Fort Campbell, KY - October 19, 2019
Look in my opinion it's not a career worth having..but the experience I got doesn't have a price tag..and either do the benefits. I reccomend kids..ie out of high school go into one of the services..do 4 years..get out, go to college on uncle Sam's dime and you'll have a leg up on all the hippies.
Military Police Officer (Current Employee) - Fort Riley, KS - October 12, 2019
The hardest part is making sure that everything is done correctly the first time. Early mornings and late nights are standard. Go out to the field and training for months on end. Very low family time hours.
Military Police Officer (Former Employee) - Bakersfield, CA - October 8, 2019
The U.S. ARMY teaches you respect, leadership, duty, honor, integrity, personal courage, selfless services and above all loyalty. With them you get to do things you only dream of and the opportunity to grow is immense.
Military Police Team Leader (Current Employee) - Fort Hood, TX/Fort Eustis, VA - October 7, 2019
The job was full of life experiences but when it comes to the leadership, its really a hit or miss. You could have some of the best or worse. Best option is to just keep your head down and push forward with your work.
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Military Police Officer (Former Employee) - Latham, NY - October 7, 2019
I loved being in the army, it taught me a lot about myself and how to be a team player. I also learned many skills- some i still use today.
i met so many people from all over the country and traveled as well.
Military Police Officer (Current Employee) - Not Available - September 27, 2019
The army provides a love / hate relationship usually. The soldiers love the job, but the job hates us. Overall if you are dedicated, hard working, and willing to push through the sucky parts, the benefits are well worth it in the end.
Military Police Officer (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA - September 26, 2019
Each persons experience in the military will/may vary however a typical 'work' day in the military go as as follows
1800-1830: End of day formation.
31B Military Police (Former Employee) - Fort Riley, KS - September 6, 2019
Hardest part is being away from your family. When the team/mission needs you, you go. You complete the mission, gain confidence in your team get a good days work in than your can go spend time with your family. Physically you should be squared away. make sure to take care of yourself. No one else will.
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Military Police Officer (Former Employee) - Fort Lewis, WA - August 29, 2019
Many opportunities for advancement. Had the privilege of meeting lots of people and great travel opportunities across the world. I really enjoyed the brotherhood that was formed while I served the Nation.
Military Police (Current Employee) - Fort Stewart, GA - August 24, 2019
In the Army you are provided everything you need during training. Afterwards you go to your duty assignment where you will report to your unit for a certain amount of time until you move somewhere else. Definitely a rewarding career but will be stressful and difficult at times.