Looking for Candidates interested in traditional Part-Time Air Guard opportunities. Annual work consists of 1 weekend a month and 2 week training requirement during the summer. Candidate must also complete Basic Military Training and Technical Training School requirements for career field. Starting pay for college graduate or student with 45+ Semester hours is $264.16 for monthly service obligation. Standard monthly rate (not including housing allowance or substance allowance) is $1981.20
The success of any mission depends just as much on the planning and intelligence behind it as the Airmen who are carrying it out. Working as part of a team, Operations Intelligence specialists analyze raw data, looking for usable intelligence. Fulfilling a critical role, these experts receive, analyze, report and disseminate information for key elements to help ensure our Airmen have the intelligence they need to remain safe and successfully complete their missions.
Working as part of a team, Operations Intelligence specialists analyze raw data, looking for usable intelligence. Fulfilling a critical role, these experts receive, analyze, report and disseminate information for key elements to help ensure our Airmen have the intelligence they need to remain safe and successfully complete their missions. Performs/manages intelligence activities/functions including discovering, developing, evaluating, and providing intelligence information. Supports all aspects of Air Force operations by discovering, collating, analyzing, evaluating and disseminating intelligence information. Produces all-source intelligence, situation estimates, adversarial nation, terrorist, insurgent threat studies, and other intelligence reports and studies.
The success of any mission depends just as much on the planning and intelligence behind it as the Airmen who are carrying it out.
Cyber Warfare Operations
Performs duties to develop, sustain, and enhance cyberspace capabilities to defend national interests from attack and to create effects in cyberspace to achieve national objectives. Conduct Offensive Cyberspace Operations and Defensive Cyberspace Operations using established tactics, techniques, and procedures to achieve Service, COCOM and national objectives. Executes command and control (C2) of assigned cyberspace forces and de-conflict cyberspace operations across the kinetic and non kinetic spectrum. Supports cyberspace capability development, testing and implementation, Participates in research and development as well as operational testing and evaluation to determine possible new or modifications to existing capabilities. Assesses and reverse engineers network nodes and infrastructure devices to determine capabilities, functionalities, limitations and vulnerabilities.
Cyberspace System Operations
The Air Force relies heavily on advanced computer and software systems, so it is paramount to keep those systems safe. It’s the job of Cyber Systems Operations specialists to design, install and support our systems to ensure they operate properly and remain secure from outside intrusion. These experts enhance our capabilities and provide us with the best and most secure systems so we can stay ahead of the curve in everything we do. Installs, supports, and maintains server operating systems or other computer systems and the software applications pertinent to its operation, while also ensuring current defensive mechanisms are in place. Defends, protects, and secures mission networking environments and devices. Core competencies include: server operating systems, database administration, web technologies, systems- related project management, and supervising cyber systems.
Cyber Transport Systems
A vast, global communications network is one of the many things that makes us the most powerful air force on the planet. Making sure the underlying infrastructure of this network is operating properly is the responsibility of Cyber Transport Systems specialists. Whether it’s repairing a network hub at a stateside base or installing fiber-optic cable at a forward installation overseas, these experts keep our communications systems up and running and play an integral role in our continuing success. Deploys, sustains, troubleshoots and repairs standard voice, data and video network infrastructure systems, IP detection systems and cryptographic equipment. Performs, coordinates, integrates and supervises network design, configuration, operation, defense, restoration, and improvements. Analyzes capabilities and performance, identifies problems, and takes corrective action. Fabricates, terminates, and interconnects wiring and associated network infrastructure devices.
The continued advancement of computers and technology has drastically expanded our capabilities. However, these very same advancements have created vulnerability to our security as well. Responsible for preventing, detecting and repelling cyber attacks, Cyber Surety specialists ensure the security of computer networks and online communications. From programming to hardware, these experts keep our systems and our information safe. Performs risk management framework security determinations of fixed, deployed, and mobile information systems (IS) and telecommunications resources to monitor, evaluate, and maintain systems, policy, and procedures to protect clients, networks, data/voice systems, and databases from unauthorized activity. Administers and manages the overall cyber security program to include Communications Security (COMSEC), Emissions Security (EMSEC), and Computer Security (COMPUSEC) programs.
Qualifications include but not limited to:
United States Citizen
Financial background review
Must Pass Single Scope Background Investigation
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