Supports Theater Air Control System (TACS) integration with Joint and Coalition partners. Focus is on Homeland Defense issues in regards to Battle Control Center (BCC), Joint Air Defense Operations Center (JADOC) and National Capitol Region-Integrated Air Defense System (NCR-IADS), and Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD. Additional topics of interest include Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems (C-UAS), Hybrid Defense of Restricted Airspace (HyDRA) study, Multi-Domain Command and Control (MDC2), Integrated Fire control (IFC) and integration of advanced non-kinetic capabilities. Main tasks include: integration of advanced Combat Air Force (CAF) TACS capabilities with Joint Theater Air Ground System (TAGS), identification of employment and integration solutions support within Joint and Service Doctrine, Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTP) and concept development; Core Function Support Plans; Lead Division IAMD; and BCC (4 Battle Control System-Fixed (BCS-F) units (2 CONUS, HI, AK)/200+ radars)/NCR IADS (NCR Coordination Center-Interagency Coordination Center) Functional Area Manager.
Liaise between ACC, FAA, Homeland Security and National Capitol Region-Integrated Air Defense System. Advise and recommend options to manage and improve BCC processes, procedures, and doctrine; BCC manning levels, efficiency, and effectiveness. Support the development of Operational Concepts.
Liaise with system program offices and other agency’s staffs (i.e. NORAD, and AFNORTH) and other MAJCOMs to remain current on BCC weapon system capabilities, developments and initiatives, and advise division and branch leadership on program status.
Prepare, review and develop Combined, Joint, AF, Multi-Service doctrine and instruction/regulations. Draft A3C position on ACC and Air Staff Taskers to include Enabling Concepts, Functional Concepts, BCC CONOPs, C2 General Officer Steering Group (GOSG), Army Air Force Warfighter Talks (AAFWFT), Navy Air Force Warfighter Talks (NAFWFT) and Corona taskers.
Participate in internal and external working groups, conferences, and experimentation and development events providing BCC expertise. Provide Division leadership with Division and ACC BCC, JADOC and NCR- IADS position. liaise with system program offices and other staff agencies to remain current on BCC weapon system capabilities, developments and initiatives, to advise division leadership on policies and positions.
Monitor, plan and execute BCC electronic unit self-inspection checklists through Management Internal Control Toolset (MICT) or other current systems.
Liaise with Combatant Command Staffs, other Services, ACC divisions and MAJCOMs for BCC, JADOC and NCR-IADS operational interests in order to improve synchronization and alignment of policy and doctrine.
Review, develop and prepare BCC CONOPs, conceptual operational plans, BCC Roadmaps, and proper execution of BCC, JADOC and NCR-IADS process execution. Advise and recommend options to A3CI branch chief to manage and improve BCC processes, procedures, and doctrine.
Monitor BCC Readiness and keep branch and division leadership informed of changes in status and recommendations for improvements.
Support requirement working groups, interface with program office to gain efficiencies, and effectiveness in developing and establishing BCC, JADOC and NCR-IADS equipment capabilities; and BCC training capability requirements.
Participate in BCC related exercises, tests, experimentation, table top and staff level events contributing to the sustainment and modernization of the BCC, JADOC and NCR-IADS and associated infrastructure.
Provide BCC management expertise in the overall development, planning, establishment, and implementation of BCC training program.
Maintain and update the BCC Master Training Lists providing specific training guidance for BCC IQT, MQT, and CT training programs.
Provide support in developing, writing, editing, and publishing formal AF bi-annual guidance for training and evaluation of BCC weapons system (WS) personnel to include AFI 13-1 BCC Vol 1, BCC Training; AFI 13-1 BCC, Vol 2, BCC Standards and Evaluation; AFI 13-1 BCC, Vol 3, BCC Organization; and AFTTP 3-3.BCC– BCC Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures or most recent document.
Advise and assist in the development of the BCC WS training programs.
Advise and assist the annual Syllabus Review Conference to provide input and changes to FTU course syllabi.
Review, coordinate and prepare BCC Standardization Evaluation (Stan Eval) Master Question File (MQF).
Support BCC Training, Standardization, and Evaluation programs by developing and maintaining BCC checklist, TTPs, Master Question File, and provide AFI and policy reviews.
Possess a Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of 10 years C2 operations experience (11, 12, 13, 1C5, 1A34 or previous 17XX or similar Air Weapons Controller/Air Battle Manager career field, 276/Ops Superintendent AFSCs).
Possess a minimum of 3 years’ experience with higher headquarters (HAF, MAJCOM and NAF) staff.
Minimum of 3 years experience with the programing and funding process (PPBE, POM process, ExPlan, SpendPlan).
Minimum of 3 years recent (within the last 10 years, this includes staff work) BCC or IAMD or TACS experience.
Minimum of 3 years (within last 10 years, this includes staff work) working IAMD planning, execution and integration support.
Minimum of 3 years’ experience of Air Force AOC weapons system capabilities, developments and initiatives.