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NAVY JUDGE ADVOCATE

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Former Employee - Judge Advocate in Washington, DC
Former Employee - Judge Advocate in Washington, DC

I worked at US Navy full-time (more than 10 years)

Pros

Working as a Navy Judge Advocate was a fabulous career. I traveled throughout the world, was given significant authority early on, and had the chance to work with dedicated professionals who really enjoyed what they were doing. I would encourage any new attorney interested in an exciting, rewarding, and challenging career to consider the Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps.

Cons

At times there was significant family separation during deployments.

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    Get your education started long before you get out!

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    Former Employee - E9 Navy Master Chief in Lemoore Nas, CA
    Former Employee - E9 Navy Master Chief in Lemoore Nas, CA

    I worked at US Navy full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    The ability to see other cultures, travel and make a difference all while having a safety net makes for a great quality of life. The ability to gain a college education all while not having to take out loans is a great benefit and one that unfortunately many Sailors don't take advantage of.

    Cons

    Time away from family could be considered as a Con however having a stable job and being able to take care of the family levels the playing field. Many Sailors don't take the time to attend College thinking that having Military Experience will open all kinds of doors for them when they separate. Unfortunately they find themselves highly trained with little documentation of that training that the average person can relate to. HR departments understand acronyms such as AA, BA, MBA, but have a hard time understanding AVA, BE&E, SFF etc.

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    Navy First, Sailor Always.

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    Great experience, plenty of opportunity for success and most of all an Honor.

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    Current Employee - Operations Officer in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Operations Officer in Washington, DC

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

    Pros

    The US Navy provides job security, training, camaraderie and a sense of fulfillment. An opportunity to grow your your leadership skills, with the opportunity think on your feet during high stress situations. Benefits are good for both the member and their families.

    Cons

    Mission always changes, longer hours than most, separation from family with unknown times of return.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Continue to move the hard chargers up and provide the needed training and mentorship as they grow.

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