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UAV Operator Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in Mountain View, CA
Anonymous Interview Candidate in Mountain View, CA
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I applied in-person. The process took 8+ monthsinterviewed at US Army in October 2009.

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My process of enlisting actually reflects the Army fairly well now that I think about it. My recruiter took care only of the initial paperwork to ensure that wasn't a criminal, drug addict, or invalid. After that, getting him to actually do some work for me to ensure my enlistment went smoothly was impossible. He cost me several days of pay needlessly due to his inattention of what was required for my specific job. Someone else in his office had to take care of me. From time I completed the enlistment process, I had to wait 7 months before I finally shipped out.

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  • No actual questions were asked of me other than what was required by the forms that the recruiter was required to fill out. Simply "are you a felon?" "have you ever been a drug dealer?" etc etc.   Answer Question
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