On average, employees at United States Army give their company a 4.1 rating out of 5.0 - which is 8% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest United States Army employees are Mechanics submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Soldiers also with a rating of 5.0. Browse United States Army Reviews by Job Title →
"I joined the Army in 2009 and I enjoyed the work and the possibility of growth and challenges."
"I have been in the Army since 2009. It has been nothing but an amazing experience. My only reason for leaving is to follow my dreams of becoming a Network Engineer."
"Good work and employer. I have been employed by the ARNG for 3 years as a combat medic while experienced in many other fields."
"Most recently, while working in Fort Carson, CO I was Information Technology Manager in charge of 4 supervisors and10 technicians. I was primary information security officer for organization of over 400 personnel. During my tenure, I alsomanaged over 150 network users on the unclassified and classified networks, allowed the battalion task force to maintaineffective mission command control across four locations in Kuwait and operate successfully under a dynamic commandsupport relationship with higher headquarters."
"I have been an American Soldier for four years as a signal soldier. I can tell you the job is very demanding and you must be very flexible. The pay is not great but the benefits are. The army has given me the skills and training I need to progress and make something of myself in the civilian side. I am thankful for the training I have received and the people I have met over the years, it just is not the career for me."
"I loved working for the US Army."
"I was a Soldier in the US Army from 2012 to 2014. I was based in Schofield Barracks, Hawaii."
"I have worked with the US Army since 1997. I have held many leadership positions and led various projects from windows 7 migration to MS server updates and installs to help desk ticket calls and escalations."
"The US Army Dismounted Battlespace Battle Lab is at the forefront of providing technical and process solutions that increase survivability, reduce weight, and provide accelerated capability to return to the mission if an injury takes place. There are many other focuses for the DBBL, but focusing on increasing the dismounted soldier's capability is the highest priority. The technologies identified and adopted set the global standard for survivability and the reduction of weight. The professionalism is of the highest level, the mission is the soldier, and the dedication of all involved is nothing short of heroic. The DBBL is the standard of excellence-supporting the dismounted soldier with the tools required to succeed."
"I have been in the US Army since 2008. It has been a great experience and I wouldn't trade it for anything. I love the men I served with like family. I hope to find people of the same character in my next career move."
"I served four years in active duty. Deployed twice to one of the war theaters. One stop loss for one year. Hard times and tough missions. Still alive thanks to the proper training taken before any mobilization. Many positive skills learned to be able to work as a team member and also as a leader."
"I have been in the United States Army since March 1993, I am currently active and I am Sergeant First Class. with multiple deployments in support of OEF and OIF I am ready to retire and close this chapter of my life and open a new one."
"A great place to work. It is a place where one can become effective and meaningfully productive based upon investment of personal effort and interest. The organization gives its employees the potential to positively affect and improve the lives of Army soldiers and their families every single day. It's an OUTSTANDING organization!"
"I served my time in the US Army and it was time for a change."
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