The college benefits are great, and if you can get the GI bill from a after a war time deployment, it's the best scholarship you'll ever have
Tuition waiver, Montgomery Select Reserve and book stipend.
For two to three days a month the pay isn't bad. Medical insurance is the big seller unless you are in a state that has good education benefits. Units are very hit or miss depending on the people in them. Some are really good and some are very toxic.
Best thing about the benefits package is the TriCare health benefits for service members and dependents.
Very fulfilling career with professionals that have become lifelong friends and partners in life even post service. Served with some of the most dynamic and self-starting individuals found on this planet,
This was an amazing company to work for people really cared about other people. Like any job it has its ups and downs, but for the most part ups.
Good health and education benefits if you know how to work the system. Retirement is confusing given recent changes to the policy
retirement is always nice. most places will honor a military discount which can range from 10-30% depending on the place of business.
They really help me with my education and housing here at my university.
The benefits are extensive. You just have to be proactive about knowing everything you apply for.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.