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Good place to get started in life but no balance of life. Something it’s rolling the dice when it comes to leadership. I have meet some really wonderful people and really backstabbing individual. Good benefits
No self care
With a lot of different options and accommodations it was easy to advance yourself with a good head in your shoulders. Always kept you physically and mentally fit not matter what your health always came first.
Traveling and great ben
Difficult, tough management!
I really enjoyed my experience in the Army. I made bonds with people I would have never met otherwise, i enjoyed my travels, the bonuses were excellent, I was taken care of no matter where in the world I was and I would do it all again in a second.
A typical say at work would be that most of the time were doing paperwork or just checking vehicles. I learned to try to become a better person no matter who's watching or not. Managing in the army is a struggle for them for some reason lol. The hardest part is dealing with people that you usually dont hang out with. Socializing and being able to learn stuff that you didnt know about.
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Theres too much to say about the army. its not just a job, its your whole life. Everything revolves around it. I did travel and see the world but theres some time of my life ill never get back. I had some great leaders and some not so great ones. ive met a lot of friends that eventually became family. in the army youre all in for one team and one fight. you have to work together every day to accomplish tasks.
US Army was a great experience for myself. Working in motor- pool, Training. I learned how to work with a team and as an individual. I had a great management team. Traveled to different parts of the world learning the different cultures and people. Combat was the hardest part of this profession. My soldiers who were under my supervision.
Long hours, long lines, overworked, underpaid, but loved the experience and life the Army afforded. Got to travel to wonderful and exotic places like Germany, and Greece, and Germany, and Germany. Seriously, it was a great place to get experience as a young adult.
Was awake at 6am to do physical exercise and then a formation. We did various tasks of cleaning, organizing, training, inventory, paperwork, and trip tickets for vehicles. Then we had a end of the day formation when ever all the work was completted
team work skills, learninjg new techniques for objective tasks succes, and had personal strengthes tested and expoanded upon.
Long hours, salary pay, and diffacult dynamic situations that demanded constant adpoatation.
This has to be one of the greatest accomplishments of my life was serving in the U.S. Army. They offer a variety of advancement and benefit options. Once you've completed you BCT and AIT, a typical work day includes 6:30am PT and your normal work day which is from 8am-4pm like a regular job. However given your MOS those hours may be subject to change.
Once you're in it takes over a majority of your life. may be required to work 24 hour shifts and spend months on end away due to deployment and unless youre in a specialty job the pay isn't great
free housing healthcare and paid meals
loss of freedom