"Working as a combat engineer in the military is very challenging and I feel my biggest accomplishment was when I was deployed to Iraq my number goal was to bring all my soldiers home safe. I love people I've worked with, I loved the hardship of the job and overcoming every problem. I can bring those work ethics to your company"
"Logistics Operations Manager and Service-Connected Disabled Military Veteran with a Secret Security Clearance and 20 years of proven experience. Accomplished measurable results while leading teams of 4–8 in dynamic, fast-paced environments. Performed risk management upon multiple lines to protect assets, property, and equipment valued over $900M while exceeding the expectations of senior leadership. Possesses extensive knowledge in Logistics Management, Supply Chain, Operations Management, Government Contracting, Material Management and Distribution Transportation Management. Career supported by 2 Bachelor Degrees and fully bilingual in Spanish and English. - Logistics Management - Budget Management - Team Development - Risk Management - Leadership - Data Analysis - Supply Chain Management - Transportation Management - Training and Development - Policy Implementation - Procurement & Contracting Sourcing - Operations Management - Organization/Communication - Microsoft Office Suite - Distribution - Material Management"
"Great opportunity to learn a spectrum of law. Prepare to move often and always be adaptable."
"great career opportunity and great management"
"The U.S Army is a really great organization to work for. I think that everyone should join and give it a chance for at least 3 years."
"It was great working there, you are lucky if you get the opportunity to work with the creators in all circumstances, whatever. I would be happier and more proud if I worked again with these women and men on this truly established institution"
"I’ve worked for this company for almost 9 years and I have grown up along with its core values. Integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all we do. To some it may seem too structured and too intense, but the basic concept rings true. We are all human being and sometimes we forget that compassion and kindness are powerful tools to bring us all together. Common human decency is a thing and this career path showed me that. It is up to each person to make a difference. Not all can be angels, but there sure can be some who choose to make up for it out of respect and principle."
"The best organization I've been associated with."
"Teamwork, collaboration, and decor make this job amazing. Everyone should serve in the military."
"I love working for the Department of the Army as an administrative specialist because the benefits are great. However, I wish that the pay was better."
"I joined the U.S. Army in Aug 2014. The Army lives up to its reputation and will not be for everyone, but the experience, skills, and lessons learned can be invaluable."
"Outstanding experience. Great learning and continuing education opportunities, as well as ability to interact with many other serious professionals."
"I’ve been employed with the Army for nearly 18 months. Its been great."
"I work for the United States Army for 20yrs I have held a lot of supervisor positions in my twenty years of service. My ability to manage incoming communication from various sources and direct information appropriately and accurately."
"The army gave me everything I needed to survive. They helped me grow as an individual and become respectful of everyone around me. I learned not only the values of becoming a hard working but also discipline, honor, integrity and the value of perseverance. Going through hardships allows for a type of personal growth that cannot be recreated or experienced anywhere else."
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