Its the best of the best. You better know what you're getting into!
Airframe and Hydraulic Mechanic (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, NC – March 18, 2014
You are in bootcamp for 13 weeks going through the hardest US military training there is You learn teamwork, how to follow orders,and leadership Depending upon the job you have selected or been given you go through additional training and service out the remainder of your contract performing the skills you have learned. Your co-workers become your brothers and sisters, who you are willing to fight next to and die for if need be Hardest part of the job is being away from your loved ones The most enjoyable part is knowing you are protecting your friends and family
Dealing with chain of command and deployments overseas
Engineer, Heavy Equipment Operator (Former Employee) – Camp Pendleton, CA – May 24, 2018
Definitely something for young people to consider, as I went to a lot places, seen a lot of things other people do not normally see in their lifetimes. Provided college benefits and helped me buy my first home. I'm really glad that I did it, but it's not a long term career for most people.
It has it's fun moments.
War can be a little nerve wracking (the first time).
Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Camp Lejeune, NC – May 24, 2018
Its not for everyone, only the few. Long hours, stressful environment. I don't know what else to say, its the military you love it and hate it. a cycle of up and downs but always surrounded by your brothers!