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How Does A Person Apply For A Job At Area 51???

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posted on May, 10 2006 @ 11:11 PM
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I had a buddy who worked at Nellis AFB and every so often you would get called into work on the weekends and told you would be pulling security duty for a few days. You would get a weeks worth of training and they would drive you out to area 51 where you would pull guard duty. The funny thing is he was not even a cop or anything




posted on May, 12 2006 @ 04:57 PM
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call or mail one of these camo dudes here for a job application on how to get a job here




Armstrong, Robert R. 651 Ave. F
Boulder City, NV 89005 Needs confirmation
Cain, Richard William 740 Reagan Dr.
Las Vegas, NV Property sold 9/93
but still registered to vote
at that address
Coulston, James Wayne Former address
291 Queen Mary Ct.
Henderson, NV Property apparently
foreclosed 8/94
Countryman, John Richard 3846 E Gowen Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89115-0246
Deley, Thomas Louis 6356 Cobalt Ln.
Las Vegas, NV 89102-1131
Domkowski, Donald Ray 223 E. Maulding Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89123
Dye, Michael Kevin 1420 Bamber Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89117-1234
Fackrell, Howard S. PO Box 418
Panaca, NV 89042-0418
Filkins, Clorne 6725 Evanston Ave
Las Vegas, 89108-5407 IRS lien released 6/96
Goodman, Fox Roland 1406-H Santa Margarita
Las Vegas, NV 89102-2934
Howe, Robert Arthur 2033 Wagonwheel Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89119-2874
Hull, William J., Jr. 431 Ash St.
Henderson, NV 89015-5769
Koranda, Thomas R. 1021 Palmhurst Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89128-6155
Larsen, Lars Nils 5670 Gorham Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89110 Signature on real estate docs.
matches Groom warning
Leach, Loren Edward 7636 Raven Hills Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89129
Learned, Kenneth Allen 501 E. Rolly St.
Henderson, NV 89015-5303
Linton, Richard John 2981 De Silva Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89121-5346
McFarland, Darrel Keith 4239 E. Philadelphia
Las Vegas, NV 89104-5330
O'Connor, Jonothan Harris 3628 Hamlin Pl.
North Las Vegas, NV 89030-0162
Palay, David Daniel 1682 Autumn Rust Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89119-0404
Roundtree, Lawrence Thomas 1663 Candice St.
Las Vegas, NV 89115-6837
Sides, Hubert E. Not found
Taylor, Thomas Earl 3004 Chapala Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89120-1932 Major, U.S. Air Force
Security Police Commander
signs Lincoln County sheriff's invoice
Weathington, Jerry M. 3333 Durham Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89101-1813



posted on May, 12 2006 @ 05:03 PM
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w0w...

i am surprised that this thread is still active...

anyway, thanks incognito05 for that list...

and thanks to all who responded to this thread






posted on May, 13 2006 @ 01:46 AM
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i saw this list earlier maybe these guys work for area 51 security.. try calling them or mailing them..i know i already have


Armstrong, Robert R. 651 Ave. F
Boulder City, NV 89005 Needs confirmation
Cain, Richard William 740 Reagan Dr.
Las Vegas, NV Property sold 9/93
but still registered to vote
at that address
Coulston, James Wayne Former address
291 Queen Mary Ct.
Henderson, NV Property apparently
foreclosed 8/94
Countryman, John Richard 3846 E Gowen Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89115-0246
Deley, Thomas Louis 6356 Cobalt Ln.
Las Vegas, NV 89102-1131
Domkowski, Donald Ray 223 E. Maulding Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89123
Dye, Michael Kevin 1420 Bamber Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89117-1234
Fackrell, Howard S. PO Box 418
Panaca, NV 89042-0418
Filkins, Clorne 6725 Evanston Ave
Las Vegas, 89108-5407 IRS lien released 6/96
Goodman, Fox Roland 1406-H Santa Margarita
Las Vegas, NV 89102-2934
Howe, Robert Arthur 2033 Wagonwheel Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89119-2874
Hull, William J., Jr. 431 Ash St.
Henderson, NV 89015-5769
Koranda, Thomas R. 1021 Palmhurst Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89128-6155
Larsen, Lars Nils 5670 Gorham Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89110 Signature on real estate docs.
matches Groom warning
Leach, Loren Edward 7636 Raven Hills Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89129
Learned, Kenneth Allen 501 E. Rolly St.
Henderson, NV 89015-5303
Linton, Richard John 2981 De Silva Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89121-5346
McFarland, Darrel Keith 4239 E. Philadelphia
Las Vegas, NV 89104-5330
O'Connor, Jonothan Harris 3628 Hamlin Pl.
North Las Vegas, NV 89030-0162
Palay, David Daniel 1682 Autumn Rust Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89119-0404
Roundtree, Lawrence Thomas 1663 Candice St.
Las Vegas, NV 89115-6837
Sides, Hubert E. Not found
Taylor, Thomas Earl 3004 Chapala Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89120-1932 Major, U.S. Air Force
Security Police Commander
signs Lincoln County sheriff's invoice
Weathington, Jerry M. 3333 Durham Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89101-1813



posted on May, 14 2006 @ 03:38 PM
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Go here.

www.usajobs.opm.gov...


If you are a white male, forget it. The government doesn't hire any of them anymore.



posted on May, 18 2006 @ 12:19 PM
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Its very hard to get into or work for the Federal Government.

They want to know everything about you since you were a kid maybe back when you were like 5 or 10 yrs old...What schools you went to, what are your hobbies, where and how long did you live at a residence, what countries did you live or have visited and for how long, have you ever been convicted of a Felony, what crimes did you do in the past (even as a kid)....They may contact your neighbors that you have lived in the passed. Even your passed teachers, your apartment manager, your previous employers and all that fun stuff...OH YES!!!! its true...If you want to work for AREA-51, they have to know all that great fun stuff even since you were like 5 or 10 years old...EVERYTHING ABOUT YOU...period.

All of those are asked orally eye to eye or on a federal employer applications. Esp. if you want to work for NORAD, AREA51, and so forth....There very strict on those applications...

Plus...NO NO NO drugs at all..And they do drug testing like every 6 months or so. Maybe even less than that....YOU CANNOT DO DRUGS!!!! PERIOD!!!!!!! Thats out of the question if you wanna work for AREA-51...

Just my 2 cents...

[edit on 5/18/06 by infoconalpha1]

[edit on 5/18/06 by infoconalpha1]



posted on May, 21 2006 @ 08:16 AM
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EG&G is the main defense contractor there, probably the BOS (Base Operating Services) contractor. They have a private terminal at the Vegas airport for employees to fly the daily shuttle to Area 51. Wackenhut subcontracts with EG&G to provide security.

Check out their website for job openings. www.egginc.com (ony 3 openings in Vegas listed.)

Maybe check out jobs on Nellis AFB, since Area 51 is part of the Nellis Range.



posted on May, 27 2006 @ 08:49 AM
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Easiest way, join the military, get a job that requires a TS clearance, since all 4 branches work there, such as the crypto or electronics field, do your time, and keep an eye on the billets available. When you see one in the listings, tell your detailer you want to go there.



posted on Jun, 22 2006 @ 10:22 PM
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Originally posted by ignorance is plentyfull
getting a job there isn't as hard as you think.

do a search in nevada on the below websites with these keywords
ssbi
sci
clearance
www.ajb.dni.us...
www.techexpousa.com...
www.militaryhire.com...
www.dice.com...

direct employers sites
www.jt3.com
www.bechtelnevada.com...


ALL POSITIONS require a ts/sci ssbi, which is a top secret with a single scope background investigation.


JT3 in Nevada would be the company to apply to. The TS/SSBI is a roaring pain to go through and it can take anywhere from 6 months to 3 years to complete. You can be sent to your job assignment without the T.S. clearance but your access to information and where you can go unescorted is very limited. Once the T.S. clearance is received, you can pretty much go wherever necessary to perform your job duties. JT3 is constantly looking for experienced electronic technicians and you don't have to wait for them to call you. Put your resume on one of those "job shopping" sites (like Monster) and also apply at jt3.com.

If you have anything in your past that you think might be questionable, be aware that the F.B.I. and other law enforcement agencies do a thorough background check, including family, neighbors and former employers. You are also given a polygraph test AND have a face-to-face with an F.B.I. special agent.



posted on Jun, 23 2006 @ 02:12 PM
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Hello,

I am TSgt Roberts of the USAirForce and am a Controller at Nellis AFB. (NOT AREA 51). I have been controlling here for 19 Years now and I still dont even know about the TopSecret Aircraft flying on Area 51. My Decision to be stationed at Nellis was to be able to get into Area 51 to control the TopSecret AirCraft. I know for a fact that you do not ask for a job for Area51... The Government will come to you not you to them (EVEN FOR SECURITY JOBS) And let me tell you that even though I controller all Traffic Coming and Going Around Nellis I have never even came in contact with the Area51 Pilots/Testpilots becasue Area51 has their own Freq. that they use for the pilots.

Hope this helps.

[edit on 23-6-2006 by GOVATC]



posted on Jun, 23 2006 @ 02:40 PM
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I'm really surprised no one picked the two most obvious choices.

Lockheed Martin
Boeing

Both of these companies are constantly designing X-Planes for use at Groom Lake. Remember, the whole point of Groom Lake (at least publicly) is that it is an ideal location to test new aircraft. Lots and lots of flat hard land for emergency landings and easier locating.

To be honest, Security would probably be the single most boring job on the base. I've seen a number of serious documentaries about The Ranch, and invariably Security's job was usually to make sure other people weren't looking at what Security wasn't allowed to look at. A typical quote went something like this.

"We'd get the signal, round everyone up who was outside, get them inside, shut the windows and doors, and make sure no one was peeking until we got the all-clear."

"My job was to stand outside a door. When I got the signal I was to look away until cleared to look again."

"My job was to keep people out."

"I just monitored sensors that detected any animals heavier than X pounds."


And so on...


Test Pilots, on the other hand, probably have the single most exciting jobs, as their mission is to test, observe, and report the hell out of anything and everything the X-planes can do. They will be the most intimately familiar with the craft because...

Engineers and technicians on X-Planes often only see the portion they are working on. An "engine guy" may only ever see the engine and the mock-ups neccesary to do his job. The rest would be security screened out with large opaque curtains.

Typically, this is going to be one of those installations where no one, not even the director, gets the run of the facility. The only way to know everything going on at Area 51 would be to somehow become the Primary Domain Controller for their computer network, and have the miraculous ability to interpret seemingly unrelated data and strings of otherwise meaningless identification numbers. (eg. 444-42-1234 updated with 22 Priority 7-10s, fails at 10,250).

So yeah, you could, in theory, work at Area 51 and have just as dull and boring a job as if you were working at the local Wal-Mart... except Wal Mart gives you an employee discount on the merchandise.



posted on Jun, 24 2006 @ 06:55 AM
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Originally posted by thelibra
"We'd get the signal, round everyone up who was outside, get them inside, shut the windows and doors, and make sure no one was peeking until we got the all-clear."

"My job was to stand outside a door. When I got the signal I was to look away until cleared to look again."

"My job was to keep people out."

"I just monitored sensors that detected any animals heavier than X pounds."


That pretty much says what the supervisor of my former job would talk about. He'd worked at the test site for 10 years and told of times where they'd all be herded into an inside room, windows shuttered and they'd sit around a play cards while a "test" outside was conducted. After the "test" was concluded, they'd go back outside and continue what they were doing before being interrupted.



posted on Jun, 24 2006 @ 08:02 PM
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Well When My Dad Was In the Air Force He said that a Couple Guys he worked with got to go to fix some trucks but nothing special (99th Trans), I guess You gotta be a good mechanic and Live in the area lol.



posted on Jun, 27 2006 @ 03:58 AM
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Ive always wondered this also. But you have to probably work your way up...sadly



posted on Jun, 27 2006 @ 05:31 AM
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I honestly feel there is no way your getting into A51 by applying. They would contact you. And trust me, if you apply for anything near the base and all of a sudden are working there, your being used as a dis-info agent. Sort of like Lazar.



posted on Jun, 27 2006 @ 07:50 PM
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i wish i could work there man it would be awesome



posted on Jun, 29 2006 @ 10:41 AM
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Originally posted by GOVATC
Hello,

I am TSgt Roberts of the USAirForce and am a Controller at Nellis AFB. (NOT AREA 51). I have been controlling here for 19 Years now and I still dont even know about the TopSecret Aircraft flying on Area 51. My Decision to be stationed at Nellis was to be able to get into Area 51 to control the TopSecret AirCraft. I know for a fact that you do not ask for a job for Area51... The Government will come to you not you to them (EVEN FOR SECURITY JOBS) And let me tell you that even though I controller all Traffic Coming and Going Around Nellis I have never even came in contact with the Area51 Pilots/Testpilots becasue Area51 has their own Freq. that they use for the pilots.

Hope this helps.

[edit on 23-6-2006 by GOVATC]


WHAT?? How did you get a job in nellis afb?? how is there "inside"??
what can we do to get a job in Nellis AFB?? Do we have to join the army??



posted on Jun, 29 2006 @ 10:30 PM
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Originally posted by Twix
i wish i could work there man it would be awesome

That would be assuming, of course, that you enjoyed working for supervisors who suffer from terminal cranial rectumitis. You'd have to have a long list of good proctologists so you could suggest them to those in charge.

From people I know that work, and have worked, there, upper management treats the employees like less than children. This is not my idea of an "awesome" job opportunity, especially seeing as how I'd have to go through the background investigation for the TS clearance needed to get there. I'll keep my current electronic technician job, thank you very much. At least the upper managers at my company treat us like adults and realize that our skills aren't something you can just go out and hire Joe Schmoe off the street for.



posted on Jul, 1 2006 @ 07:28 PM
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GOVATC, how have you been able to stay at Nellis for 19 years? I know people that were at the same base for 12 years, but almost your entire career at one base(are you guard or reserve maybe)? Also, is making MSgt that hard for 1C1s or did you crosstrain into that career field?

Anyways, getting a job near that area isn't hard. Nellis AFB rotates people in and out just like any other AF base. My friends work there now, and they aren't that smart or special. Join the AF, not any other branch if you want to check this place out. They will treat you better and your training will be the best available and beneficial to your future. Not to mention that AF base housing is way better then the other branches.

Security clearances, this is an area that I know alot about. Yes, background checks for TS clearances are thorough(just like they are for Secret), but this is all about checking your trustworthiness. Bad credit can get you in trouble, making false statements on your SF86 will get you in trouble, these are checks of your character. If you can't pay your bills on time, or get numerous speeding tickets or spend time in jail chances are you won't get a clearance. Why should the government trust you if you can't manage your life correctly.

As far as getting certain jobs for the government, it is being the right person in the right place at the right time. Knowing the right people also helps. Just like any other job, networking pays off. Being current/prior active duty will increase your chances. Join the military, I should say AF since they have the most to do with the items on this thread.

I think that many people on this forum are civilians that have no idea of how the military operates. That is good since we have things called OPSEC and INFOSEC. This makes me happy. I don't want to go off topic, but that is why there is so much curiosity about this location as well as other projects. What good are they if the cat is let out of the bag. We all seek the truth and knowledge, but getting a job with them is the best way to find out.

This is something that many of you should know of. You will also sign a SF312, Non-disclosure Agreement, when you get your clearance paperwork. This is good for 50 years and lists the possible penalties for running your mouth about the things you know of. SF312s are used for many reasons, such as debriefs, find the form and look at it if you get a chance, or join the AF, we will get one for you.



posted on Jul, 1 2006 @ 08:31 PM
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Originally posted by m0rbid
I already told you to.... STOP POSTING TITLES IN ENTIRE CAPS!!!

You are so rude! and you're not even a Moderator!



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