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As a soldier in one of the most toxic Corps in the Army, the Military Police Corps. I can testify that being a 31 series is hard, depressing and rage making. I wouldn’t recommend becoming a MP, save your sanity and time.
You’ll get BAS
I was a member of the US Army military Police Corps.... Awesome job... great challenges... made many friends and really liked the work I did... highly recommend for any young individual who want to get direction, find a career pat.. learn self discipline… etc
If there is no war, then it is like a 9-5 job, that keeps you fit. I learned how to be a soldier, values, pride in my country, fear for the person who had to watch my back, b/c lets face it they are not all the brightest bulbs lol. Management is luck of the draw, some are cool, some abuse their power. Workplace culture, if you are sick, get back to work asap, the doctors do not try to find out your issues they just give you motrin and send you back to work. Hardest part, being away from your family, putting your life on the line, deployments, PTSD, injuries. Most enjoyable, commradery with fellow soldiers and veterans. Benefits, its what you make of it.
a great maturing experience. A bunch of great guys with good work ethics. Real close friendships, and real good housing. exciting work days. Something different always
not enough info on culture of area.
It is hard to write a review of Army life because it depends a lot on where you were stationed and who you were stationed with. Some duty assignments had great leadership and everything ran smoothly while other duty assignment, not so much.
life long friends that you can count on
Tons to learn. Lots to see. Dangerous situations now and then. Excellent benefits. Great people. No nonsense to deal with. Retirement is around $2000 a month or more depending on your rank
possible war and oversea assignments
Great career and calling but really determine if you want this life....it can be difficult but rewarding and contrary to some folks out there, the military is motivated, educated and focused on helping supporting others....
Where else can you know you are getting the same amount every payday, train with weaponry that you will probably never have access to anywhere else and are given money for housing or a place to stay free of charge and money for food. Its not for everyone but those that join are part of a brotherhood that is forever.
Protected all civilians, contractors and military families. Ensured all military bases were safe from terroristic threats and all alike. Entrusted with information of high confidentiality.
I enjoyed my time in the Army, I developed as a person. I was able to receive a vast amount of training, which is usually rewarded by performance. I would say I was very proficient at all aspects of my job with the basic understanding that the training I receive and the amount of effort put forth could potentially save my brothers's and sisters's lives. I do not think it is the right job for everyone, but I do not regret my service.
Yes the military is hard work, it is required to ensure that soldiers and equipment are ready to operating and respond quickly. Management is one sided if you are lower enlisted your opinion is not very welcome. It is a time group of people that you will be working with either you will be excepted or ignored.
Taught me how to be a man, a leader, and a helper to this country. Deployed once to Kosovo where I provided in security and well being of the local national people. Over 2 years of police experience providing safety and protection to on base and off base housing
Assignment of duties for the day. Learned the duties and responsibilities of a Military Police Officer both in field duties and garrison duties. Management willing to provide sources for advancement. Work place culture depends of job assignment. Hardest part of the job away from family and friends. Most enjoyable part of the job getting to know career opportunities both in the military and civilian criminal justice jobs.
Great learning experience
Seperation from family and friends