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Current Employee - Mechanic  in  Fort Bragg, NC
Current Employee - Mechanic in Fort Bragg, NC

Pros

Camaraderie, excitement, stay in good shape, chicks dig soldiers

Cons

Getting shot at, deployments, early mornings, not a lot of hot Army chicks to look at

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Keep doing what you're doing

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    Military vehicle technician and supervisor.

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    Current Employee - Senior Construction Equipment Repair Mechanic  in  Fort Polk, LA
    Current Employee - Senior Construction Equipment Repair Mechanic in Fort Polk, LA

    Pros

    Improved supervisory skills in a fast paced and detail oriented environment.
    Provided with opportunity to receive educational benefits.

    Cons

    Ability to be promoted in relation to job experience and expertise is limited.
    Pay and benefits inappropriate in relation to workload and schedules.
    Long term benefits and career progression severely limited.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    There should be a complete overhaul of the enlisted promotions process in the United States Army.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO
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    If you can stay for the long haul, do so

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    Current Employee - Middle Management
    Current Employee - Middle Management

    Pros

    Travel, best friends you'll ever make; you'll do things you never thought you would do if you go after the sexy jobs; stable job environment in a turbulent market; great benefits package

    Cons

    If you have toxic leadership, you have to endure it for up to three years or until they leave; move throughout your career; hard to establish personal relationships

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Revamp the evaluation process; have a promotion system based on merit, not time in grade.
    The ACAP system in great, but not where it should be to provide the desired effects on increasing the potential of our Soldiers finding jobs as they depart the service.

    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO
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