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United States Navy Reviews
What is it like working at United States Navy?
Nuclear Power Reactor Operator in San Diego:
Pros: Operating very powerful equipment
Cons: Being away from home
"Amazing opportunity for experience on various platforms."
Paralegal in Woodbridge:
Pros: During my time in the Navy, I have had the opportunity to work many different fields ranging from Family Law to independent duty supporting Military Justice in addition to processing the adjudication of cases involving foreign nationals for crimes against the U.S. and or its citizens.
Cyber Security Analyst in Oakland:
Pros: Work with many different people. Learn different things from others. Very diverse.
Cons: Not organized.
"It is extremely rewarding but the submarine life is not completely conducive to family life."
Maintenance Supervisor in Lafayette:
Pros: It makes a difference, each and every day. It also provides me with an unsurpassed job security.
Cons: It is very difficult to make sweeping changes because communities are so vast. There is often reluctance to deviate from traditional methodology despite what logic depicts is the best course of action.
"I have worked both o level and I level maintenance."
Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic in San Diego:
Pros: Moving up as collateral duty inspector
Cons: Percentage of advancement in rank
"Stressful, but fulfilling."
Logistics Specialist in Austin:
Pros: The people, and the family atmosphere.
Cons: There are times when you feel like you are being treated like children who can't take care of themselves during off-duty periods.
"Being under paid for the job you down."
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class, Aviation in Yokosuka:
Pros: experiences , travel, people
Cons: pay, duty, being treated like a child