United States Marine (Former Employee) – Cherry Point, NC – September 28, 2013
There wasn't a lot for us to do. Each day was very relaxed and boring. I wasnt treated like a normal person should be. I worked very hard was never recognized for it, especially in Iraq. I left the Marines because I didnt see any opportunity for advancement given my position.
System Administrator Course Supervisor (Former Employee) – San Angelo, TX – April 19, 2018
The Marine Corps does well at developing young adults into disciplined and productive members of society. The days start early and end late, but no two days are ever exactly the same. Management does its best to make sure those below them have what they need to do their job, however there are times when management will miss opportunity due to an inability to adapt to changes. The culture of the Marine Corps revolves around a strong tradition of brother and sisterhood. The hardest part of the job was working within a confined system of rules that did not allow for adapting to situations as fluidly as possible. I enjoyed being a part of a strong team that got the job done.