Fleet Wargame Maritime Operations Center SME
Provide Maritime Patrol Reconnaissance and ASW (MPRA) and theater intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) expertise for the development and execution of Navy Fleet wargames at the operational level of war. Design scenarios and events to provide Fleet Commanders with a venue where war plan development and execution is tested using classified real-world data on US and assessed adversary systems performance. Develop MPRA aspects of war game scenarios, incorporating the latest doctrine, tactics, techniques and procedures in support of aircraft employment and integration. Support war game adjudication of Navy component and numbered fleet staff operational level of war planning. Serve as the resident MPRA employment and antisubmarine warfare (ASW) and undersea warfare (USW) subject matter expert. Work is performed full-time in the Norfolk, VA area with 15% domestic and international travel is required.
- 10 years of experience as a MPRA, member of a US Navy Patrol Squadron (VP), including mission commander
- Experience as a US Navy pilot or Naval flight officer
- Experience in Navy MPRA planning related to MPRA or ASW/USW CTF staff or Navy component command and numbered fleet headquarters
- Experience with Microsoft Office
- Knowledge of aircraft tactical employment as part of a larger force
- Ability to brief senior Navy officers comfortably and confidently
- Ability to travel 15% of the time including overseas and at sea and meet Navy physical screening requirement
- TS/SCI clearance
- BA or BS degree
- Experience in Joint and naval exercises, war gaming, and exercise/event planning
- Experience with successful command at sea
- Completed Joint Professional Military Education Phase 2
- MA or MS degree
Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information; TS/SCI clearance is required.
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