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Being a part of the Army has been hobby, passion, and career for over 30 years; but that was not my original intention. Retiring from the Army was not my goal, when I enlisted or when commissioned as an officer. Goal was to gain experience, serve, and explore. That changed as I learned about the Army and myself. Within a few years, I realized the Army as my first best destiny; and, so I stayed. When I thought of leaving, somehow the Army would find something higher, more difficult, and more rewarding. I recommend it to anyonw.
I was an airborne infantryman in the 2/503 173rd ABCT and I have to say I was in the best paratrooper unit the Army has. I go to sleep at night knowing that my battalion is preparing for something we pray never happens. The tight knit relationship I have with those guys is something I have yet to find elsewhere. If you are reading this trying to decide whether it sign or not, you have more balls than you think.
In my job I work on wheeled vehicles ranging from a Humvee to larger 4 to 5 ton vehicles that operate on Deasil fuel. In my job, it requires patience, leadership, flexibility, team work and coordination. We manage day to day task via a planner on what trucks that either need to be serviced or fixed due to faults in the system. A normal work day starts at 0600 hours to 2000 hours or 2100 hours. However, the comradery made boost moral and an overall team effort to make the company function at a high rate. Every thing is fast pace so thinking is vital to the effort of the missions success.
I owe the United States Army EVERYTHING. Having no clear path in life, i chose the army and joint to get out. 16 years later I am very thankful that I have been given this opportunity. Love the travel and the experience, and the ARMY will always push you.
The U.S. Army is a great organization with lots of room for growth and development within your place of work. The options are limitless, you are the deciding factor on where and how far your career goes in the U.S. Army. Amazing experience, no regrets.
Great experience loved the army, taught many characteristics and really shaped people into new people, taught me many traits and most importantly taught me to lead due to the fact I was low rank given a high title with lots of responsibilities.
A typical day at work is helping Soldiers with travel and Budget. Management cares about the staff and the culture is very unique. The hardest part of this job is working with soldier in differenet locations. Its easier to have them closer to help out.
The Army is an excellent place to feel like you're making a difference in the world. It's not for everybody. Life is hard, days are long, family time can be scarce. It's a great place to start your working life and gain the skills and work habits to make you successful later on.
Most civilian managers used to be leaders in the Army. The Army is the largest uniformed service that also recruits to meet its quotas...which means that they will be more than happy to take the bottom of the barrel. Most civilian and military managers in the Army need extensive training or be removed.
The Army gave me the opportunity to live my dreams and work with some of the best people on this planet. To also see and travel to places I have never would have imagined. The Army gives everyone the opportunity to do what ever you want to do. Every one is created equal in the Army; there is no gender or color.
The places I was stationed was really nice,Germany,Alaska,Colorado. Two tours in Iraq.Im glad i experienced it all The memories last a life time.The leadership experience I gained in a combat zone.we were selected through out the hole country of Iraq as one of the best maintenance programs alway 100% equipment combat ready
Be all you can be
Are you ready to give your life for your country
A typical day of work for me entailed going to my supply room and completing whatever equipment transactions scheduled for any given day. I'd often input equipment data into GCSS-Army or MS Excel due to the volume of equipment on hand. The hardest part of my job was learning to cooperate with my supply team and other members of my organization due to poor management.
Free housing, Relocation, Paid vacation
The U.S. Army has offered a culture and lifestyle rich in values and only requires discipline and your best efforts. Everyone has the opportunity to excel.
Work/Family balance can be challenging.