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I worked at US Army full-time (More than 10 years)
All positions are salary. All "survival needs" are met: The US Army provides food, clothing, housing, medical, dental, vision, paid job skill training, certifications at little or no cost, and college tuition assistance for all of it's full time Soldiers. Federal holidays off include extra days off with the same guaranteed pay. Most 3 day weekends - when not in the training environment, or deployment - turn into 4 days. You will work with only the best America has to offer. Entrance standards are very high: Only 1/3rd of 1% qualify to join. Professionalism is the key to success.
You will work long hours without extra pay and outdoors in the worst weather you can imagine. You must maintain a high level of physical conditioning and mental resiliency.
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Continue looking forward to maintain total force agility and strength. Continue leveraging leading edge technology, personnel management, and equipment. Review personal resiliency training. Job placement training on exit should be an extended dedicated period.