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Application Development

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Current Employee - Applications Developer in Washington, DC
Current Employee - Applications Developer in Washington, DC

I have been working at US Navy full-time (more than a year)

Pros

Good Environment and Good Management

Cons

Routine work and too much rules

Advice to ManagementAdvice

None

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Neutral Outlook

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    Awesome Experience

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    Current Employee - CTR in San Angelo, TX
    Current Employee - CTR in San Angelo, TX

    I have been working at US Navy full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    I have learned quite a bit from being in the Navy.

    Cons

    Being away from family is definitely not a fun part of the job.

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    None

    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    Approves of CEO
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    avionics technician

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    Current Employee - Avionics Technician E-5 in Norfolk, VA
    Current Employee - Avionics Technician E-5 in Norfolk, VA

    I have been working at US Navy full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    It's easy to get promoted as long as you study for your exams. I made E-5 in about 3 years. Just work hard, show up to work on time, shine your boots, and study a little before your exam (you have twice a year to try and advance to the next rank)

    Cons

    The higher up the chain of the command there is usually a lot of politics. Sometimes this can be good other times bad. There's not a lot of room for dynamic changes. I usually just do what I want as long as I get the job done. Just because Chief said do step A-then B- then C-etc etc. isn't always the best way to go about it. So I just get the job done the most effectively. Easier to ask for forgiveness then permission in my experience... i mean... it's not like they can fire you or anything haha.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Honestly, I think they shouldn't let Officers and Chiefs rotate as often as they do. It seems like as soon as a Divo really gets in the swing of things and starts being productive He/She has to leave because of their sea to shore rotation. Keep them around longer and people will opt to become more loyal and hard working for them.

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    Neutral Outlook
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