Some areas were high tech and exciting, some were stressful, and some had too much paperwork. Mentoring was more than adequate and schools to upgrade your skill set were always available. There was also adequate time and equipment to improve your job insight. I enjoyed the techie stuff. The hardest part of the job was when military/political enemies - more ... made uncalculated moves. Culture was supportive. Management was supportive. I learned much about DoD, IC. Mil, etc. - less
Prosgreat software, important "target" material
Consodd and rotating shifts for "what i did".