B3H Corporation

  • ISR White Forces

    Job Locations US-NV-Nellis AFB
    Posted Date 3 months ago(3 months ago)
    ID
    2018-2144
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    CAOC-Nellis
  • Overview

    B3H Corporation is providing Subject Matter Experts to the 505th TS for Combined Air Operations Center-Nellis (CAOC-N) located at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.  505th TS provides continuation training (CT) for C-NAF AOC operations personnel in conjunction with RED FLAG (RF), VIRTUAL FLAG (VF) and USAF Weapons School Advanced Integration Phase (WSAIP) events.  CAOC-N hosts over 3000 visitors and participants per year for RF, VF, WSAIP, and COCOM exercises and other tests/exercises/events.

     

    Responsibilities

    ISR SMEs prepare training for 4x ISR White Force.  An ISR SME will:

     

    Provide ISR subject matter expertise to the 505TS/CAOC-N Scenario Development and Exercise Execution Team at Nellis AFB, NV.


    Work within a specialized team of experts with numerous external service and national agencies to train establish tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) relevant to air operations and air component capabilities supporting air forces command and control training and operations.


    Assist in the creation of exercise scenarios that require the review and evaluation of multi-source, complex technical intelligence that varies in clarity and validity.  


    Assist in intelligence scenario development to include Master Scenario Event List (MSEL) development and theater threat presentation (e.g. orders of battle, threat country tactics, etc.), to enhance exercise realism.

     
    Assist in the collection, consolidation and integration of deployed unit training objectives into exercise scenario inputs for participants within ISR mission areas. 


    Shape, fuse, and influence the content, form, and format of tailored, timely, accurate and relevant assessments. 


    Coordinate with ISR participants by briefing and debriefing pre and post VUL.


    Provide training and mentorship in the "Art of Operational Warfare" to RED FLAGs, VIRTUAL FLAGs and USAF Weapons School exercise participants. 


    Assist in the development and execution of advanced Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) in control processes of operational warfare ISR assets in various training events at CAOC-N to include RED FLAGs, VIRTUAL FLAGs and USAF Weapons School exercises. 


    Assist with training AOC processes to support incorporation of C2 lessons learned from service and joint experimentation, RED FLAGs, VIRTUAL FLAGs and USAF Weapons School exercises.  


    Assist with the coordination, scenario creation and scenario design for integration into the Air and Space Constructive Environment-Information Operations Suite (ASCE-IOS), CAOC-N Modeling and Simulation System, support to RED FLAGs, VIRTUAL FLAGs and USAF Weapons School exercises. 


    Establish training briefs for White Force tactics, techniques, and procedures for execution of a minimum of four RED FLAG events per year, one VIRTUAL FLAG event per year, two Weapons School Events per year, and up to three COCOM exercises annually.


    Must be willing to work at night during exercises (approx. 25%).

     

     

    Qualifications

    Possess a Top Secret (TS) security clearance with eligibility for Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) and Special Access Program (SAP) and Alternative or Compensatory Control Measure (ACCM) clearances access and be able to pass a Counter Intelligence (CI) polygraph interview.


    Must currently have SCI or have had it within the last 24 months


    Possess at least 9 years of demonstrated relevant experience in Joint-ISR planning and operations.


    Possess a minimum of 9 years of experience in developing ISR strategies and plans to effectively integrate ISR capabilities with theater operations. Must have experience integrating disparate ISR platforms/sensors across Services and domains (both airborne and National Technical Means (NTM)).


    Possess at least 3 years’ experience in communication and coordination efforts across Combatant Commands, Services, interagency and the joint military environment.

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