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 Section Leaders submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Mechanics also with a rating of 5.0. Browse United States Army Reviews by Job Title →
"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."
"I served my time in the US Army and it was time for a change."
"Working for the Department of the Army was a good experience. One has a fair amount of control over the work given to them, but there are few/no options for progression."
"Advancement based on time in service, not quality or knowledge of your MOS."
"The US Military is a great experience for anyone that is interested in serving their country. After 6 years of serving I wouldn't change the experience I've gained and the people I have met with anything in the world. The military also prepares citizens for careers outside of the armed forces as well if those interested pursue it. The only drawback can be that family life can take its toll since the career requires many extra hours of work and very little downtime if you would like to progress."
"I have worked in the United States Army for over 11 years. I have worked with some of the best people in the world. The work experience and job skills that I have earned from the military during this time is top notch"
"I have enjoyed my previous work life. It was rewarding every day to know that we were serving the country."
"My experience has provided me with valuable knowledge in the area of Tier 2 helpdesk supervision, extensive knowledge in active directory and Windows servers, and a proven ability to lead and motivate teams to maximize productivity."
"Don't take my ratings as a negative view the U.S. Army. It is an amazing experience that I think everyone should have to go through in their life but it really is a love or hate it environment."
"I served in the armed forces since 2008. I found great interest in the career opportunities that were provided. I was equipped with valuable skills that will prove beneficial to any lifelong career choices."
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