Living and Working Conditions in Military Base Camp
It should be understood that employment may be located in potentially dangerous areas including combat or war zones. Working in a combat zone requires you to be aware of your surroundings and staying alert to danger. Always follow any instructions from military personnel.
Locations may include Afghanistan or Iraq.
Living and Working Conditions
- Living conditions vary per site.
- You will be living and working on a United States or Coalition forces military base camp.
- Certain positions, such as truck drivers, may require you to leave the base to successfully complete your job duties.
- The weather conditions are extreme Hot or Cold. Sand and dust storms are common.
- You may be living in a tent with 10-12 other employees.
- Toilets may be far from the living area. Showers may be cold, if there is no power.
- Companies will try to provide you the hot meals but you should be ready to Eat (MRE's).
- Work schedule is 12 hours/day, 7 days/week.
- Vacation depends on the company policy
- You should be able to do any job that is assigned to you.
- You should be in good health.