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Great experience with other soldiers. Creating bonds and traveling to support and defend our country.
These tasks also include security and administration of a unit arms room as well as organizational maintenance of small arms. At skill level 10, the 92Y receives, inspects, inventories, loads, unloads, segregates, stores, issues, delivers and turns in organization and installation supplies and equipment.
Working out, meeting new people, travel
Field exercises, excessive training
the good would you become apart of one of the biggest fighting force in the world.second you get travel and meet people you will never forget in your life.the bad part is adjusting to civilians when you get out
being apart of something that makes a differince
adjustment period once you leave the service
Great place to serve your country, start a career, and have job and family security. Don't join if you can't commit yourself to giving it your all. And if you have no discipline, don't even bother trying.
Lot's of opportunity.
Hard training and deployments.
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Lot's of fun stuff and it's all free, but you won't spend much time enjoying it, because you will be in the field or down range.
Hope you like push-ups, because man will you be doing them. This place is truly and adventure, and so will all the other places you'll go. The best part is that they actually let you shoot fully automatic weapons here. In fact, if you don't like guns or loud noises, you'll probably be doing even more push-ups. ;O)
Free food every day. Breakfast, Dinner, and Supper!!!
Better eat fast or there's no free Lunch.
You will work your tail off. It's certainly not a 9 to 5 job. Until you get to your duty station. My first 4 years, after basic and your schooling was in Germany. It was wonderful. We worked 6am til 3pm. Except on Thursday which is considered family day in Germany. You get off work after lunch. Plus you get 90 minutes for lunch every day. 6 am was PT til 7 am. Then you reported to work by 8am.
The field sucks.
There are great opportunities to grow business and expand customer base, however there is always a fight to get funding and/or red tape. It is not like working in the civilian sector.
Free meals for management
As the Business Manager, had no say in the future plans of operation.
The United States Army is not for everyone. At the beginning it is hard, much like being a new person at any job, you start at the bottom and work your way up. There are times of hardship and being away, depending on your profession of choice within the Army. The skill set and leadership training is second to none. There is more room for advancement and academic as well as job specific schools and training within the Army