Members of the US Military industrial construction teams feature a number of different personnel from all different job trades. Members of the US Army Mason and Carpentry specialty are some of the construction and building personnel that are constantly pressed into service, remodeling and working on construction projects both at home in the United States and Abroad. The Army at any given time has a large variety of building and construction projects underway on Army bases located around the world. If you have an ability to work with your hands, and have experience, working with hand tools this may be the job for you.
You should have an interest in math and science, and ability to do physically taxing work. Army Carpenters and masons are experts in construction and construction procedures. Carpenters and Masons work in general and specialized construction areas, and they deal with masonry, wood, steel, stone, structural steel and a variety of other construction materials. Some of the different things you could be involved in include; Construct and repair all different types of buildings and structures. You will receive instruction and instruction in; the consolidation, finishing and placing of forms and Concrete assemblies, learning how to perform and complete concrete control tests. Without the specialized skills that Army Masons and Army Carpenters bring to the table, the projects that the Army is engaged in would not be able to be completed. Working in the United States Army as a Masonry or Carpenter specialist you will be involved in the thick of various kinds of construction projects. As you rise in rank and rate, you can be assigned to supervise and oversee the work of younger less experiences soldiers. They are the personnel that use a wide variety of tools and an even wider variety of skills sets and processes.
You will also work to construct a wide variety of other different Army related construction processes. If you like to work outdoors, and are in good physical shape, you may do well in this job specialty. You can be responsible for training and supervising soldiers on a job site, or be the project manager for a larger job site.