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You have many positions in the Army that are more than your title. Some days your an office clerk, some days you're a janitor, and some days your a boss. It just depends on what the mission is. It's very exciting but it's also stressful.
A large portion of the army experience is going to be the unit you are assigned too. Some are great and you will go far. Some are not going to like you from the start and try to keep you down or demote you. Consider your self and your choice before you believe everything your recurring office tells you
I was a Soldier in the US Army stationed in Nuremberg Germany for 5 1/2 years. I have two MOS with them, What are Generator Mechanic (52 Delta) and Light vehicle mechanic (63 Bravo). I learned many skills while in the Army. I am also a Combat Veteran.
Teamwork, Friendships from all over
Long hours low pay
Training was hard and demanding. Learned to be physically fit and became independent. Management was very demanding yet understanding for our own good. Culture was different than civilian life but was a learning experience. Hardest part of the job having to go on duty at weird hours of the night. The most enjoyable part of the job was having time off and enjoyed nice clean fun with my fellowmen.
Working weird hours
I would do it all again if I could. I loved being in the Army it was one of he best things I have ever done!! I love this country and I am proud to be a soldier. I was medically discharged due to the fact that I was injured and there was nothing more that could be done for me to be able to stay on active duty and still be able to do my job. I would highly recommend this job to anyone who is willing to put there life on the line for your fellow brothers in arms!!
I liked active duty, for the most part, I met a lot of people from all over the U.S., and my platoon was very close, we always interacted with each other, both on and off duty. Health benefits were outstanding. I enjoyed it for the most part. If anyone asks me which service would be best, I always tell them to go active duty and avoid reserves or national guard.
Healthcare benefits, travel, close platoon
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Day to day maintenance on Blackhawk helicopters, and periodic maintenance procedures were done on many aircraft. Learned how to teach others my job, learned how to apply my mechanical skills, learned how to operate heavy machinery. Very professional workplace, with strict guidelines and regulations. Hardest part was being away from family. Best part of the army was the travelling, and flying in helicopters.
Traveling to other military posts and performing preventive checks and services on varies componentes on the different sizes of generators. Repairing or replacing worn and or defective parts.
Weekends and Holidays off
Long driving time to other military posts
Good learning experience, I was following my dads foot steps serving my country. I enjoyed the travel and learning how to become a leader. Hardest part of the job was being so far away from home. Best part meeting new people.
Come to work and get my work load for the day and keep my manger up to date on whats going on with the equipment I'm working on. I learned my job even more. There was really nothing hard about my job as a laborer.
free tools to work with.