Chemical Operations Specialist (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Schweinfurt, germany – 28. Januar 2018
Being a Soldier gives you the opportunity to complete the mission and make a difference in the world. You will also gain leadership experience, as well as a work-life balance that enables you to pursue your personal and professional goals. You will be part of a global family, and you will be provided all of the community amenities you need to raise your family and enjoy life.
Information Technology Specialist (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Schweinfurt, Germany – 10. November 2017
I can't say enough about my experience in the U.S. Army. I was awarded many times for my efforts. I was given the opportunity to see the world and most of the U.S. because of the Army. I would not have had those opportunities if had not been for the Army. The work was hard but we played hard also. I was was injured and that injury required for me to retire but with benefits. I had challenges on all levels in my life during my tour of service that I would never forget. It helped me to not be petty and short sited. To see many facets of people from all walks of life.
Soldier (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Schweinfurt, Germany – 8. März 2017
The Army has a certain way of doing things. Fortunately, many of its procedures are quite appropriate and effective. The Army cares tremendously for its soldiers. I always felt as if my sergeants were looking out for my best interest.
U.S. Army is a life changing employment that is not for everyone. Typical work conditions are physically taxing, with long work days. Management and leadership vary from excellent to incompetent and there are adequate opportunities advancement.
Hazardous work conditions in wartime, long seperations from family
Logistics Specialist (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Schweinfurt – 1. Dezember 2016
I spent 13 years of my life in the US Army. I learned a lot about myself. I learned a lot about leadership and the seven army core values. I had some of the greatest times of my life while in the Army.
I enjoyed my 12 years in the army. It is indeed a culture shock at first, but once you are accustomed to the life it is rewarding. You will be given a lot of responsibility at times and then treated like a child other times. It requires a high level of dedication and commitment to make it in the military.
Engineer (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Schweinfurt – 15. Juni 2016
I am a huge advocate of youth who cannot find the right path trying the military. The Military starts by taking all the unnecessary distractions from your life and assisting you on focusing on your mind and body at first. You are then trained on how to accept a job/task/responsibility and work independently/in a team to accomplish that task. The Military provides an environment were individuals are given genuine opportunistic situation that help them realize and rise to their potential. Along with the personal growth benefits there are a large amount of financial/professional opportunities that arise after military service. The military isn't for everyone, its important to remember you get out what you put in.
M1A1 Armor Section Sergeant / Tank Commander (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Schweinfurt – 17. März 2016
If you want to gain valuable training and experiences, then look no further than the Army! You get paid to learn new skills and get valuable training and life experiences and work alongside people from all walks of life and backgrounds.
Office Secretary/Assistant (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Schweinfurt, BY – 28. Dezember 2015
I helped out different units with there paperwork . filling , writing memos, and other office related work. while the unit was deployed I helped the rear De. to handel the spouses with updates on there husbands. I liked the office work and the opertunitie to helo out my husband unit while he was deployed