B3H Corporation

Combat Plans Officer

Job Locations US-FL-Hurlburt Field
Posted Date 3 months ago(2/22/2023 3:58 PM)
# of Openings
Air Operations Center Replication Cell (AOC RC) Support


We are seeking an highly experienced Combat Plans Officer to support the 505th CTS at Hurlburt Field FL in its mission to deliver joint theater environments and world class scenario generation and exercise control for operational C2 warfighter training.


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. 


  • The SME must know the details of doctrinal AOC combat plans cell processes to ensure the entire AOC RC and white force planning effort is executed to support the exercise training objectives. This requires a comprehensive knowledge of CPD. The combat plans SME will coordinate with other AOC RC and white force members to ensure all products are complete. Will address the following as required by training audience needs and replication/white cell participation by external or internal audiences.
  • Ensure relevant SPINS are produced as required.
  • Coordinate space tasking order capabilities into combat planning. Coordinate with ATO production to attain a working ABP.
  • Provide air and space resource capabilities for estimating DMPI servicing Coordinate with MAAP planner on briefing products to obtain C/JFACC or CCO approval prior to ATO production.
  • Develop and update a sortie flow plan for all replicated air component assets based on sustainable aircraft generation rates and utilization during a normal ATO period. Sustainable generation and utilization rates should be based on AF historical trends and be agreed to, and communicated to, the white force during the pre-exercise planning events.
  • Review the AOD noting weights of effort, operational constraints and restraints, specified apportionment, and any specific guidance governing the planning and execution of air and space operations during the particular ATO period.
  • Work with ISR cell to review collection requirements, including time and location, for upcoming ATO.
  • Develop the Master Air Attack Plan (MAAP) for the particular ATO period considering the effects-based requirements, operational context, environment, and training and exercise objectives.
  • Provide complete, accurate, properly formatted and timely inputs to theater battle management applications using standard ATO formats


  • 5 years as member of ATO Production or MAAP Planner.
  • 1 year as Chief of ATO Production or Chief, Combat Plans.
  • NAF-level experience required; Five years experience and knowledgeable and proficient in employment TTPs of air and space weapons systems typically utilized by a Joint Air Component C/C to include manned and unmanned, kinetic and non-kinetic.
  • Knowledgeable and proficient in database management and mission planning. 
  • Five years experience in-depth, current knowledge of TBMCS planning applications with emphasis on database management in TAP, EMR, MAAP Toolkit and follow on versions.
  • Expert knowledge of mission planning in TAP/EMR and MAAP Toolkit. 
  • Participation in two or more AOC/Joint exercises at the NAF level or higher as Chief of ATO Production or MAAP Planner or Chief, Combat Plans.
  • Expertise as an exercise designer / planner / director.
  • AFFOR, MAJCOM Staff experience desired. 
  • Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred. 
  • Ability to use Microsoft Office, Adobe Pro required
  • Current DoD Security Clearance Required


B3H Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.


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