The rewards you receive are measurable to the effort you put in.
Being in the Army is hard work. Sometimes long hours, sometimes difficult decisions to be made and sometimes you don’t get to have a decision at all. You must be a self motivator, you must have a sense of humour and you must be prepared to put in som...
Operational Support Officer (Current Employee)
UK - 20 January 2019
Great social life and strong work ethics.
Great social culture, but be prepared for a "who has got the biggest dick" contest. plenty of leave and the cost of living is minimal. decent wages for what you do and plenty of opportunities to travel the world and play sport.
Lance Corporal (Former Employee)
Germany, Catterick, Tidworth, Canada - 16 January 2019