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Working As An US Army Officer

  • $60,210

    Average Salary

Example Of What An US Army Officer does

  • Led the team that planned, organized, and executed aerial gunnery for aerial weapon systems fielding.
  • Served as the principal platoon officer for all matters concerning training and the use of all weapons systems.
  • Maintained 100% accountability of all assigned equipment worth more than $2 million.
  • Conducted safety training and implementing new safety standards.
  • Exercised functional responsibility for technical training and logistical support in preparation for soldiers deploying to East Timor.
  • Operate weapons and equipment in ground combat operations.
  • Awarded 4 Army Achievement Medals and Good Conduct Medal.
  • Water treatment specialist, purified water for military personnel deployed overseas to Iraq.
  • Supervised up to nine employees.
  • Received Honorable Discharge from U.S. Army.
  • Prepared maps and visual aids for military contingency plans; TOP SECRET (TS) security clearance.
  • Trained personnel on procedures, and duties..
  • Served with distinction as a unit leader in physical fitness, marksmanship, and specialized soldier training.
  • Operated and maintained field communications equipment.
  • Officer in charge of two 40-day US Army College instructor tours through South Asia
  • Operate multiple multi - purpose vehicles in adverse conditions.
  • Received the Army Achievement Medal.
  • Supervised and managed 15 member staff within the Emergency Operations Center.
  • Oversee physical assets in Vicksburg, Hanover, and the Field Research Facility in Duck, NC.
  • Coordinated and integrated activities with Training Divisions of both Field Artillery and Air Defense Schools.

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Top Skills for An US Army Officer

MilitaryPersonnelVehiclesCombatUSArmyWeaponSystemsSafetyProceduresBrigadeCommanderConductMedalAccountabilityLogisticalSupportPlatoonSecurityClearanceEmergencyArtillerySuperviseHonorableDischargeCommunicationsEquipmentArmyAchievementFacility

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Top US Army Officer Skills

  1. Military Personnel
  2. Vehicles
  3. Combat
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Water treatment specialist, purified water for military personnel deployed overseas to Iraq.
  • Supervised operation and organizational maintenance of weapons systems and transportation vehicles.
  • Provide combat engineering, such as building roads, constructing bridges or helping forces to move across foreign land.
  • Focus on weapons systems and Command and Control systems definition in Tactical units and US Army Air Defense Center.
  • Led the team that planned, organized, and executed aerial gunnery for aerial weapon systems fielding.

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