How do you get a job in Area 51?

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posted on Feb, 7 2005 @ 08:42 PM
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Thank you, lord, for someone knows the way.....




posted on Feb, 8 2005 @ 10:16 PM
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There are a few basic ways to get a job at Area 51. Join the USAF when you get out of college and try for officer, this will give you some control over your station. You could also prove to be outstanding in the areas of physics or astro-physics. You could get a job with the DOD in a civilian role until you have a high enough clearance to get a job at the base.



posted on Feb, 15 2005 @ 08:52 PM
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All I think about is getting a job at this place and will do pretty much anything to get into it, so will someone that actually knows a reasonable way to get a job please write back



posted on Jul, 28 2005 @ 02:52 PM
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you have to be high enough in the government, CIA,FBI, Air Force or Lockheed Martin or mabey Boeing



posted on Aug, 5 2005 @ 05:11 PM
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1. Become an aerospace engineer/scientist

2. Get a work at NASA > invent some radical system for a vehicle (new propulsion, new wings shape, etc) Get promoted to a top secret project hopefully ou will be going to Dryden then to A51

Or get a job in Lockheed Martin's Palmdale aka Skunkworks or Boeing Phantom Works



posted on Jun, 23 2007 @ 10:05 PM
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NOBODY CAN GET A JOB IN AREA 51..





BECAUSE THE ALIENS THERE LET THE SCIENTIST LIVE FOR MORE THAN 100000 YEARS...


SO YEA...


IMPOSSIBLE..
YOU SHOULD JUST GIVE UP.



posted on Jun, 26 2007 @ 02:04 AM
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Security is your best bet. Short of that a known liar that is very smart or skilled...no joke...They have to have SOMETHING to make you look like a nut if you decide not to play nice.



posted on Jun, 26 2007 @ 01:36 PM
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Originally posted by sup foo
NOBODY CAN GET A JOB IN AREA 51..





BECAUSE THE ALIENS THERE LET THE SCIENTIST LIVE FOR MORE THAN 100000 YEARS...


SO YEA...


IMPOSSIBLE..
YOU SHOULD JUST GIVE UP.

Are you being serious about that statement, or were you joking.If you werent id like to know where you got your info



posted on Jun, 27 2007 @ 01:30 PM
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Originally posted by Byrd
Join the Air Force.

Seriously.

That won't GUARANTEE you a job there, but you could apply for Dulce. You'll need some good tech skills (or to be part of the military police) and will need to score very high on your ASFAB to be sure you get the posts you want.

Once in, you'll have to have a top-notch record in your area, and be able to get security clearances.

Then you can request Dulce. I'm not sure how much of a turnover there is out there, but you can look and see what's out there.

Civilian workers are also used and they have a job posting somewhere. However, they're carefully screened as well and you do need a good education.


Can you tell me how it is possible to "request Dulce", because I pretty much meet all the criteria that you listed in your post, and I look at the assignment lists all the time. I have never once seen anything that remotely looks like Dulce or Area 51 for that matter...

Back on topic though, as far as the military goes, working at Area 51 or any highly classified place like that is pretty much just the luck of the draw. Whoever places people for assignment there has access to everyones records and hand picks who they want to work there based on past job experience, EPR/OPR ratings, training, clearance, etc etc...



posted on Jul, 1 2007 @ 09:55 PM
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As a starter, if one is interested in a defense-related career in remote locations, there is an interesting link towards the end of the following site:

HOW TO GET A CAREER IN REMOTE DEFENSE R & D PROGRAMS IN REMOTE LOCATIONS:
www.hometown.aol.com...

One specific career organization is JT3:
www.jt3.com...

Just say yes to the "security" question and open the page.



posted on Jul, 1 2007 @ 10:55 PM
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you can ENLIST in the airforce in one of three areas:

1. Security Forces(mp), i have a friend that is exSF, he said that one of his older buddies got a job doing guard after 6 years of "meritorious service"

2.Get a 1N job, these are intelligence jobs

3. Get a 1A3, or 1A4 job, these give you a top secret right outta basic

there are seven levels of top secret, with yankee white being the highest level. These are needed for working with the president or at area 51...with mine being a low level alls they did was check my criminal background and ask all my friends who i hung out with the most....then asked those people who i really was....and as far as i know that's all they did...



posted on Jul, 2 2007 @ 01:04 PM
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do you think they have cartoons at area 51. like in roger rabbit



posted on Jul, 2 2007 @ 01:11 PM
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dude heres the deal. figure out what it is that you wanna do and go from there. if you wanna develope stealth technologies or something then study for that. you wanna work on space technology study for that. all jokes aside aliens, ghosts whatever. most branches of the military have programs that all though they would display a certain level of skepticism because most people are too stupid to ask the good question. but hell the army national guard even has a space warfare career path. as far as working at area 51. i dont know, i always watch the stuff on tv. and don't know if it is logical or whatever. i thaught it was abandoned. wich would be cool because if it is there or whatever theres gotta be some cool radioactive waste or something.


but allot of your high end stuff your gonna need a degree in computer science. but i like to watch the nasa channel and I have flown enough flight sims and combat simulation that the HUD of a space ship is not much diffrent from a normal airplane. matter of a fact i am certain i could fly it.



also some of you nerds are in britan or somewhere else. don't freak out or nothing. just look on your branch of service website and find stuff to suite your career objectives for space or time travel or whatever it is.




sadly to say it's all really simple, but they will be profiling you with extreme critism.



posted on Jul, 2 2007 @ 01:14 PM
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Originally posted by Hymroids
dude heres the deal. figure out what it is that you wanna do and go from there. if you wanna develope stealth technologies or something then study for that. you wanna work on space technology study for that. all jokes aside aliens, ghosts whatever. most branches of the military have programs that all though they would display a certain level of skepticism because most people are too stupid to ask the good question. but hell the army national guard even has a space warfare career path. as far as working at area 51. i dont know, i always watch the stuff on tv. and don't know if it is logical or whatever. i thaught it was abandoned. wich would be cool because if it is there or whatever theres gotta be some cool radioactive waste or something.


but allot of your high end stuff your gonna need a degree in computer science. but i like to watch the nasa channel and I have flown enough flight sims and combat simulation that the HUD of a space ship is not much diffrent from a normal airplane. matter of a fact i am certain i could fly it.



also some of you nerds are in britan or somewhere else. don't freak out or nothing. just look on your branch of service website and find stuff to suite your career objectives for space or time travel or whatever it is.




sadly to say it's all really simple, but they will be profiling you with extreme critism.


LOL.....you're sure that you could fly the space shuttle because you have played alot of flight simulators????? That is hilarious.

Thats like saying you're sure you could hit Roger Clemens because your good at baseball video games....



posted on Jul, 2 2007 @ 03:13 PM
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Originally posted by PokeyJoe

LOL.....you're sure that you could fly the space shuttle because you have played alot of flight simulators????? That is hilarious.

Thats like saying you're sure you could hit Roger Clemens because your good at baseball video games....


the controls are very close....and all aircraft are theoretically the same....



posted on Jul, 2 2007 @ 03:17 PM
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Get a degree at MIT.

And do really well in your classes.

Act like you can keep a secret/secrets.



posted on Jul, 3 2007 @ 07:24 AM
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Originally posted by c3hamby
Get a degree at MIT.

And do really well in your classes.

Act like you can keep a secret/secrets.





so also go to the New york Film School??

(they have acting classes)



posted on Jul, 10 2007 @ 05:27 PM
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Wow, I'm always surprised by the sheer amount of disinformation that some of you put out there. There are a couple of ways to work there:

Military Route: You can't request Dulce, Area 51, or any other location like that. As a matter of fact, no one is actually stationed in these areas. All of these areas are linked to an acknowledged installation. I was stationed at Nellis, as are all of the military personnel who actually work up-range. I don't want to say too much, but they are officially assigned to a test squadron on Nellis, but they work for a "detachment" of that squadron. As for how to get there, it really is sort of random. It helps if you know someone who is already assigned there who can put your name out there when there is an opening. Other than that, you can just get to be known as a subject matter expert in certain areas like intelligence, engineering, air-defense, etc. Usually what happens is there is an opening and the person up-range who is hiring contacts the appropriate squadron commander back at Nellis and asks who would be the best candidate. If they like you, they'll have your commander get your resume and copies of your performance reports. If they decide to hire you, they'll start the process of getting you approved for access to the site. Once you are approved, someone will escort you up there and start your inprocessing.

Contractor: Much the same as the military. When there is an opening the program manager up-range starts asking other managers for suitable candidates. If they like you, they start the process of getting you cleared and transferred out there.

Basic gist is that you can't request a job out there, they'll find you if you are a good candidate and your commander/manager recommends you. When I was getting out of the AF I was referred to JT3 by a few people who already worked out there, but there were no openings at that time. Also, having SCI and/or SAP access is a bonus, but not absolutely necessary. You guys make it out like it's so "secret squirrel" when in fact it's an organization like any other. They simply have to be discreet about their activities so as to avoid too much interest.



posted on Jul, 12 2007 @ 12:43 PM
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recently i've been askin my Chief if he can put in a word for me....however turns out there's no permanent duty for my AFSC...he said in his career that he did spend a couple weeks out there TDY and he may mention something for me....


so make sure you gots the hook ups

[edit on 12-7-2007 by wenfieldsecret]



posted on Jul, 12 2007 @ 12:53 PM
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Originally posted by PokeyJoe
LOL.....you're sure that you could fly the space shuttle because you have played alot of flight simulators????? That is hilarious.

Thats like saying you're sure you could hit Roger Clemens because your good at baseball video games....


Space shuttle aside- there was a programme on television which featured a flight sim 'nerd' who had never flown a plane in his life. Once given the chance he could take off, fly and land it to a reasonable and safe standard.

Ok a space shuttle I would see as being slightly OTT (no offence intended) but some sims can give a reasonable amount of experience in the learnings of flying planes.





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