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character and professional builder
personal protection NCO (Former Employee) –  KuwaitJuly 28, 2017
Us Army deployed which gave all necessary skills and guidance to build the best trained and experienced professional possible. you maintain a physical and mental readiness for many situations of life and duty. Applicable to any walk of life
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improvement of life
Cons
time away from home and family
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Productive and fun place to work daily
Non-Commissioned Officer Afghanistan Liaison Cell (Former Employee) –  Camp Arifjan, KuwaitSeptember 10, 2014
Managed the overall planning, supervision, and coordination of three Major Support Commands and 21 separate in widely dispersed areas; managed the overall development, planning, and implementation of service section support functions and logistics procedures for the operations.
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A step in the right direction
Plans and Operations Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) (Former Employee) –  KuwaitOctober 13, 2013
Joining the military give you the experience and education needed to advance your career.
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pays for college
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Fun non-stop work pace
Range and Training Non-Commissioned Officer (Former Employee) –  Camp Arifjan, KuwaitDecember 11, 2012
A very exciting job with multible work duties at a fast non stop pace. I learned about travel,maintence,security,transportation, and many other job duties the US Army way. I managed 15 co-workers, and the hardest part of the job was the pace. the best part was that I was always in the middle of everything. I would not change a thing.
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free food, non stop work
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short breaks
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