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U.S. Army Reviews
What is it like working at U.S. Army?
"The Bad, the Worse, and the Horrible."
Army Staff Sergeant, Infantry in Clarksville:
Pros: I like that I am sometimes allowed take leave to get away from work.
Cons: Basically everything. It is a largely soul-sucking, health ruining, family destroying profession that robs you of the best years of your life, loved one's, and sanity.
Maintenance Manager in Colorado Springs:
Cons: Long hours.
"Challenging and ever changing."
Biomedical Equipment Technician (BMET) in Fort Hood:
Pros: Working to solve problems with equipment so that I can be confident the patients will have no need to worry about malfunction.
Cons: At times there are a lot of pressures put on that don't directly related to some sort of compensation.
"Good pay for Stagnation."
Information Technology Specialist in Worcester:
Pros: Good Pay
Cons: Lack of Advancement
"Great experience. Always something new to work on."
HVAC Technician in Savannah:
Pros: Always hands on and busy
Logistics Director in Houston:
Pros: The people I work with
Cons: The leadership of the organizeation not understanding the important role logistics plus on the entire operation of the organization
"It is a 24/7 job."
Army Officer in Chicago:
Pros: Being in a leadership role and serving a greater cause than my self
Cons: very little autonomy or ability to control my future