As someone who has been in the Army for almost 10 years I am learning so much from this app when it comes to job opportunities within the Army. If you are interested in the army in any capacity this is a useful tool to educate yourself. Only suggestion would be adding in a way for allowing recruiting stations to customize their page maybe or submit an update to contact info. Otherwise highly recommend!
Nice to have a source for learning about opportunities with the Army. Would be nice if the app could let me select the job titles of interest as I’m scrolling through, have a compare/ filter button at bottom. After scrolling through the list it would filter out those few that interest me. I could then scrolled it throughA list of just the ones I’m interested in. To allow for further in-depth study.
The app is good but I would like if they added the other branches I have friends trying to join the other branches while I’m trying army and I feel like if they had an app like this it would help them a lot more
Officership tab has great information on ways to become 2nd LT. When you click the find the recruiter in the officership tab it does not lead you to the local ROTC recruiter it sends you to local recruiters which is good for OCS commissioning. Would recommend have a find a recruiter for each path to become a 2nd LT. So ROTC point of contact would be the ROTC recruiters, West Point would have the contact for admission team for the area.
Im pretty impressed with how organized and clear this app is. Its a very effective app for providing information about the Army career paths in an organized way. Way easier than searching on the US Army website for sure. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS APP if you aren’t exactly sure what you want to do for the Army or if the Army is for you.
The app has almost every branching path and career out there but the information isn’t all completely in tune. For example, I’m going to Fort Benning to be a 19K, and the OSUT length is 22 weeks not the 15 the app says! All in all good app for getting a feel for what you wanna do!
In my opinion it’s a good application for finding multiple jobs to do more research on. It’s also useful in the fact it can be a good while talking with your local recruiter, it brings up a list of jobs / careers based on what you filter.
I like that it shows all the jobs you can get, but their is no where on the internet including the app that shows options for those who failed the colorblind test at MEPS. What jobs are available for them.
Lot’s of great information in this app, but it leaves out an entire cohort, the Army Warrant Officer. Please update this app to give prospective Soldiers the full spectrum of careers and options available.
I am going to take the ASVAB soon and have been aware that after I swore in, I will choose my job. I am still considering all the options, though a computer-based work will work with me. This app definitely helps me break down my options!
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