B3H Corporation

  • Armorer Support

    Job Locations US-TX-Fort Bliss
    Posted Date 1 month ago(8/7/2019 7:17 PM)
    ID
    2019-2521
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    ACC/A3T, ACC/A3J
  • Overview

    B3H is a leader in building winning DoD and corporate teams. B3H provides the full spectrum of strategic planning, program management, acquisitions management, systems engineering & integration, cost analysis, training, systems requirements analysis, and instructional system design for the DoD. B3H delivers quality performance with complete government visibility and control. B3H Corporate headquarters are in Shalimar, Florida. The Armorer Support position will support Combat Air Forces (CAF) Fighter Squadron (FS), USAF Warfare Center (USAFWC), and Air Support Operations Squadrons (ASOS) in Air Combat Command (ACC). The operations support functions provide Unit Operations Scheduling, Operations Training, Standardizations & Evaluations (Stan/Eval), Unit Programs Coordinator (UPC), Unit Deployment Manager (UDM), Vault , Armorer, Equipment Management, and Unit Training Manager (UTM) support. The compliment for each ACC location is listed in Table 5. The focus of work will be done to support FS and USAFWC non-flying additional duties traditionally accomplished by Pilots and Weapons System Officers (WSOs); and ASOS non- mission additional duties traditionally accomplished by Air Liaison Officer (ALO) and Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) specialists. NOTE: Mission Design Series (MDS) is defined as the aircraft assigned to the applicable unit supported for the tasks in paragraphs 4.1 and 4.8 when referencing 11-2MDS series regulations. For all other MDS references in this PWS, MDS shall be defined as any of the following aircraft (in any block/configuration): A-10, F-15, F-16, F-22, F-35, T-38. Located at Fort Bliss, TX. This position is for proposal award.

     

    Responsibilities

    • Oversee the unit’s Combat Arms program and serve as the unit’s primary armorer, managing weapons training support operations including: activities on firing ranges, multiple facilities, resource and supply functions, weapons maintenance operations, and munitions 
    • Review operations instructions annually and update as necessary. Document reviews electronically or on a general purpose form.
    • Account for all weapons, munitions and associated equipment
    • Be responsible for the physical security regarding weapons, munitions, and keys.
    • Train all armorers and clearing barrel officials.
    • Design armories, clearing zones, IAW AFMAN 31-129, and local requirements.
    • Be responsible for a weapons cleaning program.
    • Ensure all assigned and TDY personnel are safely handling weapons IAW AFMAN 31-129 and local requirements.
    • Ensure safe handling of all weapons and use the procedures outlined in AFMAN 31-129, attachments 2 through 18 of this manual
    • Verify each individual’s authorization to receive weapons and/or ammunition.
    • Ensure each weapon is cleared before issue or turn-in
    • Issue all weapons butt first, muzzle elevated, slide or bolt to the rear, and safety/selector lever in the SAFE position if the weapon design/operations permits.
    • Allow only one person at a time to approach the issue and turn-in area or window.
    • Visually inspect and clear each weapon to ensure all ammunition is removed prior to storag Weapons are stored as outlined in the detailed handling procedures for each weapon in AFMAN 31-129, attachments 2 through 18 of this manual.
    • Identify training requirements for assigned personnel, researches the most cost-effective methods, and develops and implements a comprehensive training plan within established timeframes.
    • Determine accurate combat weapons support requirements.
    • Identify short-term and long-term resource and funding issues, and make recommendations to commander to resolve the issues.
    • Train, qualify and certify personnel on Air Force SA/LW and courses.
    • Conduct firing range operations and courses of fire IAW AFI 36-2654, AFMAN 36-2227 and local guidan NOTE: The guidance in AFI 36-2654 and AFMAN 36-2227 takes precedence over local guidance.
    • Evaluate and correct student performance during SA/LW training
    • Maintain qualification on all SA/LW and courses, for which you are required to instruct
    • Maintain and personalize approved Air Force lesson plans with emphasis on enhancing student learning effectiveness.
    • Accomplish a SA/LW inspection report for all types of inspections (e.g., Semi-Annual, Pre- Embarkation, Pre-Issue, Turn-In).
    • Prepare the initial report within five duty days of completing the inspection and address the report to the weapon custodian of the unit possessing the SA/LW, with a realistic suspense date to correct the discrepancies (not to exceed 30 calendar days).
    • Obtain and utilize SFMIS to document daily training, maintenance operations and weapons qualifications.
    • Build and maintain Operations Instructions to provide guidance for local policies/procedures required to manage the unit’s SA/LW training, range operations and SA/LW maintenance programs IAW squadron policy.
    • Review operations instructions annually and update as necessary. Document reviews electronically or on a general purpose form.
    • Ensure all modifications to SA/LW systems, whether permanent or temporary, must be approved by the Small Arms Program Office, and coordinated with AFSFC/FGWL.

     

    Qualifications

    • SECRET Security Clearance Required.
    • Two (2) years as an Air Force military member awarded AFSC 3P0X1B, SEI 312 or a DoD civilian with equivalent qualification (defined as a graduate of the Air Force Combat Arms Apprentice Course). Must be able to perform Combat Arms Training & Maintenance (CATM) duties.

     

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