Coordinates all mission support from mission scenario development to live/virtual/constructive operational support to post-mission debrief and evaluation.
Responsible for development, production, and continuous update of written, photographic, and recordable training aids and materials for mission planning; familiarization of aircrew with range capabilities, assets, and operational procedures with detailed debriefings. Supports planning and coordination for agencies participating in or supporting training operations on the range complex. Complies with contract requirements and takes action when necessary to correct deficiencies. Attends pre-mission conferences for users and support groups. Prepares reports of range availability/scheduling/utilization. Develops and presents briefings on capability, operation, and requirements to military and government agencies, to include VIP presentations. Provides for equipment operator training for RTO and other on-site personnel in operation of display consoles. Conducts equipment demonstrations for authorized personnel. Performs RTO functions when user RTOs are not available.
Supports multiple government agencies in conducting live missions/virtual missions/constructed missions, which includes assistance with developing training scenarios, coordination of Fleet exercises, coordinating integrated air defense system functions, and their implementation. Implements and administers effective, rapid, and comprehensive method of distributing mission scenarios and updates. Provides feedback on mission results such as kills, and EW countermeasures effectiveness. Provides post-mission debriefings. Ensures mission data reduction support is provided. Develops lessons learned.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
Ten years’ experience in military aviation (1310/1320), surface warfare (1110), military planning in one or more of the following areas:
Training range operations;
Operational planning or exercise development and evaluation.
Ten years’ experience in military radio communication.
Ten years’ experience in technical report writing.
Three years’ recent experience as a Mission Coordinator, Military Planner, or Range Training Officer.
Must possess and maintain an active DoD Secret Clearance
Ability to speak, read, and write English.
Must possess a valid state Driver’s License.
Must maintain current CPR/First Aid certification.
Requires the ability to handle COMSEC materials.
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