Here is the link to the article on the 21 STS medals ceremony -
Friday, September 28, 2012
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Brief Job Description:
This is a full-time position for training in the use of and robotic repair of militarized robotic platforms for the Robotic Systems Joint Project Office (RSJPO). Candidate must be a US Citizen and able to obtain a DoD Security Clearance. Two years of Vocational Experience in basic mechanics and maintenance is required OR at least five years of relevant experience. Prior Military service or RSJPO experience is a plus. Travel may be required.
Duties and Responsibilities:
This is a full-time, permanent position. Under administrative direction, candidate must be knowledgeable in the electrical, electronic, mechanical, and hydraulic operation, maintenance, and repair actions of militarized robotic platforms for the Robotic Systems Joint Project Office (RSJPO) in the following functions:
1. Perform daily maintenance and repairs of RSJPO robotic systems and subsystems.
2. Perform daily troubleshooting, fault isolation, calibrations, and the configuring of radio frequencies in electronic, electro mechanical, and electro hydraulic components on robots; as well as perform software programming, analysis of malfunction reports, and removing and replacing of subsystems and parts on systems and subsystems.
3. Submit work orders, document repair time, and request parts required to repair robotic systems via COLTS daily.
4. Maintain accountability and readiness of tools and shop supplies for robotic repairs of systems and subsystems.
5. Provide recommendations in the analysis, design, development, and facilitation of RSJPO training materials for acquisitions and when systems and subsystems are modified or upgraded.
6. Provide after action training reports to the customer, summarizing the outcome of all training provided.
7. Based on military unit requests, provide training of systems and subsystems via Maintenance and Repair Course (RMRC), Mobile Training Teams (MTTs), and New Equipment Training (NET) to Marine Corps, Air Force, Army, Army National Guard (ANG), and Marine and Army Reserve units.
8. Perform maintenance, repairs, and functional tests of RSJPO robotic training systems and subsystems after each training class.
9. Maintain accountability of all training equipment and systems in COLTS and Property Book Unit Supply Enhanced (PBUSE).
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Posted by Ronbo139 at 12:41:00 PM
Monday, September 24, 2012
Colonel Kurt W. Buller
requests the pleasure of your company
at a Retirement Ceremony in honor of
Chief Master Sergeant Dean A. Thompson
on Friday, the twenty-eighth of September, two thousand twelve
at half past eleven o'clock in the morning
Soundside Marina Pavilion
Hurlburt Field, Florida
Captain Rick Barnes, USAF, Retired
Reception immediately following
R.s.v.p. by 24 September 2012
Military: Uniform of the Day
Civilian: Business Casual
Posted by Ronbo139 at 6:15:00 AM
Monday, September 17, 2012
Friday, September 14, 2012
Airfield Management Analyst:
This position supports CLDJ N3 Airfield operations. Advisor to the Operations Officer on safe airfield operating conditions. Works closely with the Public Works Department in all phases of programmed airfield construction and responsible for the coordination of airfield construction and maintenance projects to include runways, taxiways, aircraft parking ramps and lighting systems. Provides assistance for airfield improvement activities such as airfield surface repair, painting programs and work crews. Plans, inspects, and directs airfield improvements, repairs, and continuing operations. Keeps the Operations Officer and Air Operations Officer informed of all upcoming projects, as well as the status of ongoing projects. Briefs maintenance and airfield personnel on airfield operations as well as the proper use of radios and basic communications procedures. Coordinates with the Djiboutian airfield authority on all matters that affect the commercial airport.
So, basically it’s an Airfield Operations position. I know you’re pretty well situated right now but my first thoughts are about reaching out to the CCT and AFSOC community and thought you might have a good POC. The position does require a Bachelor’s and 5 years of relevant experience but that should not be an issue with your old community.
Let me know if anyone comes to mind and don’t hesitate to forward this e-mail if you think it might get some traction!
Wittenberg Weiner Consulting
Director, Defense Practice
Posted by Ronbo139 at 6:04:00 AM