"Enlisting in the U.S. Navy will change your life. No other occupation can offer the thrills you will experience. Make no mistake, however, you will also work harder than you ever have as a civilian. Long hours, long stretches away from home, and less money than you would make in the civilian sector. Knowing what you are doing is part of the greater good, though, is priceless."
"I have been there for two months. The commute is brutal, although we are teleworking for the most part. Command seems dysfunctional, the disparate pieces talk to each other and also talk about each other. Command is spread from Boston to Seattle."
"I would never take back my 22 years Navy. It has been an awesome experience."
"Served for 32 years and was the best experience I could have ever had."
"Worked in the Navy as an officer. Did not meet expectations, but wasn’t that bad of a gig."
"I've worked in the united States navy for 8 years I loved it. got in 2008 September and retired on medical."
"I've worked for the United States Navy since 2011. The work/family balance is terrible and leadership leaves a lot to be desired."
"I worked for the U.S Navy for 4 years. Great co-workers, had the chance to be my own boss and had the opportunity to grow."
"It's a decent career choice for people who need direction in life."
"Very high paced industry with quick thinking and teamwork being focal points in order to complete the mission. Long hours, but rewarding when understanding what it is you're doing it for. Can grow at your own pace depending on what you do to set yourself apart from the rest while still helping others excel."
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