I was just wondering how ex-military people have fared, or adapted, at other UPSs and hoped maybe some of you other people have worked with them. I've worked at two different UPSs, a Fed Ex, and many other businesses before I ever worked at UPS and Fort Campbell, Ky (Army) is right next door so I've had my share of working with ex-military and even some that are still in. So far me and all the people that I've worked with have been quite dissapointed with a good number of the ex-military we've had at UPS for lots of different reasons. I've kind of noticed that it might depend on what branch of the serice they were in, how long, and what job they had. It seemed that allot of them had the idea that they were already lifers at UPS and didnt require training and could already do everything better than anyone else thats actually been doing the job for a while. When we try and train them or show them better ways, or the right ways, to do things they usually wouldnt pay attention or would get offended. Anyone else have experiences like this? Let me know. Just seems that some of them have an attitude that they can already load, unload, etc. better just because they were in the servce yet I've seen too many ex SEALs, Rangers, you name it, quit a week and some quit after one day. I have no problem with military people but these things are hard to ignore. I'm actually trying to take military leave for the air force soon myself and my dad is a retired officer from the Army so it's not like I have a thing against them. One of my friends is in the Force Recon Reserves (thats the Marine's version of the Navy SEALs) and he quit the Whites Creek Hub after two days and admitted it was too hard.