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U.S. Army Employee Review

Challenging and rewarding career with excellent opportunities to advance

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July 19, 2012
A professional organization of the highest calling. The camaraderie, team work, training opportunities, and various leadership positions has given me a competitive edge in a short amount of time. As an operations and logistics manager in Kuwait, I work with over 7 different countries in the Middle East, giving me an outstanding global experience as well.
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Pros
career progression, new opportunities, and job security
Cons
extended travel requirements
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