Headquarters, Air Combat Command (ACC), Directorate of Operations (A3), Flight Operations Division (A3T) at Langley Air Force Base, VA is responsible for the combat readiness and training of the Combat Air Forces (CAF). ACC/A3T provides the operational expertise required to meet current and future needs of the CAF. The organization develops, coordinates and publishes command guidance for all aspects of CAF fighter aircrew training.
Assist the USAF lead office for Testing and Training aircrew munitions using the Ready Aircrew Forecasting Tool, combat Fly-Away munitions and Tactical Air Missile Program (TAMP) management tasks facilitating system development, integration, testing or evaluation of munitions and tactics used for readiness and other combat-oriented exercises and training, exploration of new operational concepts and testing or demonstrating of new and legacy munitions, and asset positioning/bed down plan development all IAW with AFI 11-212.
Analyze and evaluate program operations, management, and organizational effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity of munition allocations across the Command.
Advise branch chief on day-to-day funding and programming issues as they pertain to the execution of the current fiscal year budget and the programming of the Future Years Defense Program (FYDP).
Study objectives to improve operations, weapons, weapon systems, weapons systems support, training and strategy; and to furnish data for higher-level headquarters decisions.
Promote interchange of information on requirements, capabilities, deficiencies, and technology applications in the area of specialization.
Analyze problems discovered in prior studies or actual operations and advise higher levels of management on the feasibility of different approaches which provide a basis for better planning of operations.
Document planning and programming decisions in appropriate formats to meet Air Force and Major
Draft annual training munitions requirements using the Ready Aircrew Forecasting Tool (RaFT) and combat Fly-away requirements, consolidate USAF test munitions requirements, Identify non-standard or emerging operational munitions requirements, assess impact on assigned programs, and build recommendations.
Analyze problems created by the incompatibility of future programs and initiate corrective action with government concurrence.
Search a variety of sources to select the information appropriate to the task, taking care to verify the relevancy, adequacy, sustainability, attainability, accuracy, and completeness of the information and recommendations followed by application to issues.
Coordinate with appropriate staff offices to ensure that major areas of concern are covered by planning and programming documents.
Actively participate in strategic planning to improve organizational direction and focus using strategic planning tools and techniques.
Prepare detailed plans, budgets, and schedules for management fiscal planning.
Advise Branch Chief in the integration of requirements into the annual fiscal programs, e.g., Program
Objective Memorandum (POM).
Provide support and advice on reprogramming of funds and funding levels due to manpower or other changes.
Assist the organization by evaluating modifications to existing plans in response to changing environments.
Assist in managing USAF aircrew test & training and combat Fly-Away allocation levels, analyze usage levels of munitions assets, and maintain on-hand balances of munitions assets in the base stockpile.
Validate allocations transfer requests, and monitor after action reports using Agile Munitions Support Tool
Ensure all documentation is accurately accomplished, filed, and maintained IAW governing directives providing an accurate and required audit trail.
Prepare and deliver oral presentations such as briefings, training sessions, consultations, and strategy sessions with other staff service functions and activities to secure cooperation, resolve controversial matters, and convey information relative to proposed changes in assigned programs.
Draft a variety of correspondence and other documentation, i.e., formal letters, position papers, reports, staff studies, staff summary packages, briefings, charts, bullet background papers, etc.
Apply Strategic Alignment and Direction (SA&D) and Lean techniques to ensure plans, policy, and directives are meeting goals and objectives to achieve AF strategic vision.
Strive to continually improve processes, optimize logistic support, and produce quality products that affect efficiency and effectiveness of munitions and weapon systems.
Assist in providing light, lean, lethal, integrated, and precise expeditionary maintenance capabilities to support combatant commanders.
Provide basic munitions management knowledge and training to military or civilian personnel who are assigned duties in support of the CAF Munitions Management Program.
Required Top Secret clearance. FTE must be eligible for special access program read-in.
Required Bachelor’s degree (Master’s degree desired). Recent (within past five years) related Air Force
Aircrew Munitions Program Management experience.
Required at least four years of experience as stated above in paragraph 18.104.22.168 at the wing or higher level, of which three years must consist of staff experience on a headquarters level staff (Numbered Air Force/MAJCOM/Air/Joint Staff).