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U.S. Army Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Dr. Mark T. Esper
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (AUD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    Washington District of Columbia, United States
  • Link
    U.S. Army website
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Cargo Specialist in 88H Cargo Specialist
on 17 May 2021
The Army Reserve
The Army Reserve is a great place to start or further a career. I work on the logistics side because it was close to what I already know and helped me to get credentials in crane operating and rigging. Unfortunately, at my reserve unit we don't touch the machines much or perform PCMS, we get a lot of training on fundamental Army knowledge. The leadership at my unit is better than other units as long as you are doing what needs to be done.
Captain in Infatnry Officer
on 23 July 2019
Long hours, hard work, satisfying results.
Great opportunity to grow as a leader. Difficult life for families, but rewarding work. Physical fitness and mental toughness necessary attributes for successful career.
Executive Sous Chef in LIMBE
on 25 June 2019
Gained so much experience and had fun times going out for swimming
They were about 50 -100 militaries i have to cook and served daily,despite this i was up to the task and was very efficient and timely to prepare the meals.
Director in Senior Human Resources Officer
on 31 July 2018
Greatest career in the world.Provided enormous opportunities. Travel the world, work for the POTUS, earn 4 degrees to include PhD, command twice to include a battalion, and even 3 combat tours and live in Germany.
Sergeant (soldier) in Melbourne City Centre VIC
on 23 August 2017
This is not job
In south korea, The army is obligated. so I had to go to army at 21~22 years old. after army,my body is more athletic, brave and athletic. I'm very proud of korean army.

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