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    Former Employee - 13b in El Paso, TX
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    I worked at US Army full-time (more than 5 years)

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    The benefits and money are great

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    Its not just a job its a life style

US Army Interviews

Updated Apr 15, 2015

Interview Experience

Interview Experience

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    Army Aviator/Helicopter Pilot Interview

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    Difficult Interview
    Accepted Offer
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    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied through other source – interviewed at US Army (Fort Rucker, AL).

    Interview

    Submitted required forms and paperwork in packet form to a selection board, who in turn made the determination if I qualified for the position. No formal interview was conducted. After the convening board received all the applicant packets by their set deadline date, they scrutinized all the packets. Then in an official military personnel (MILPER) message, approximately two months later, they published the results of who was qualified/ selected, and who was qualified/ non-selected. For the hopeful candidates that were deemed qualified/ non-selected, their packets were automatically resubmitted for the next convening board.

    Interview Questions

    • No questions were formally asked. There was a flight aptitude test that had to be taken among other things, that had technical questions, aviation and non-aviation specific questions, and two forms of psychological profiling tests included within it.   1 Answer

US Army Awards & Accolades

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Best Places to Work for Commuters, National Center for Transit Research at USF, 2012
America's Top Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities -- Top 25 Government Agencies, DiversityBusiness.com, 2012
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Website www.army.mil
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1775
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

The US Department of the Army has its marching orders. One of the three military departments (along with the Air Force and Navy) of the US Department of Defense, the Army provides ground-based military forces to deter and fight wars and protect the security of the US. The army has more than 675,000 soldiers, including active duty soldiers (nearly 75%) and reservists (Army National Guard and Army Reserves). Army personnel are deployed in about 80 countries. The Army operates about 40 forts throughout the US and has bases in Africa, Europe, Japan, the Middle East, and South... More

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