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I was a soldier. Trained to defend the United States of America, Protect the American Flag and die for my country if required. This job taught me discilpine and help me gain the skills to work with others that I would not have chosen. These lessons have stayed with me till this day. God Bless America!
I enjoyed the Army as a single soldier, I learned so many skills and experienced alot of what the world has to offer. I also gained a very strong work ethic and sense of purpose. Days are long, pay is good and secure. The hardest part of my job was maintaing military bearing. Being human, pride is a hard thing to over come. So there was alot of biting of the tongue and a couple of times when I wished I did. But other then that the Army is great way to experience the work force and really build a character in you and bring out the best or the worse in you. Leadership is hit and miss. Some will stick there neck out for you others will step on yours.
Travel the world, do cool things, work experience, pricey qualifications free!, comradere, leadership developement, and advancement
Leadership will let you down. Alot of time away from the family.
In charge of a typical 7-10 man infantry squad during both peacetime/garrison operations as well as during combat(Desert Storm/Operation Provide Comfort); providing constant leadership and training to maintain efficiency with job skills and qualifications to maintain discipline and combat readiness.
great people, training and support mechanisms
unforseen overseas enemies
It's everything you think it is. Early mornings, long days, no lunches and if your lucky when you do get home you might have dinner. Life was okay, I traveled all over the world and had some great experiences.
Rose to the ranks of Sergeant where I was a maintenance sergeant for 24 AH-64D's. Ensured all maintenance was completed safely and efficiently. Maintained the Armament, Avionics, and Electrical components of the AH-64D
Served my country
Spent over 2 years in combat
traveled the world back and forth! have seen things regular people will never see... i miss it more than anything in this world wish i could go back! friends for life... loved the traveling! learned how to become a man a father and husband!!! the hardest part was being away from family but you end up getting used to it!! loved the ARMY!!!
being in active service period!
As a infantry weapons squad leader in charge a 11 man squadresponsible for all training and assigned equipment. i learned alot about how to read people. hardest part of this job was keepingthem out of trouble. The most enjoyable was company partiesand retirement. after 20 years
teamwork to cet the mission done
addapting to this way of life
A typical day will begin with first formation at 06:30, we salute the flag,followed immediately with physical training until 07:30. One hour and twenty minutes is given for personal hygiene and sustenance intake, and work begins between 08:50 and 09:00. Lunch is from 12:00 to 12:50, and work begins again. A close of business (COB) formation is held at 17:00, we salute the flag for the second time, and we are released. During work hours you are challenged from every echelon of leadership in your chain of command, and from the soldiers below you with there own issues you as the leader must help solve. It takes all kinds to make up an Army, but it takes all of the very few who can, to lead it day to day.
consistent pay, healthcare, housing is somewhat paid for, travel, side programs for individuals and family members
afghanistan, iraq, iran, syria, north korea, libya, kosovo, kuwait
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