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posted on Jun, 15 2012 @ 01:26 AM
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www.linkedin.com...

Here he is at the NTS. This "DET AFEREG" shows up often in NTS documents.


Cheif, Spectrum Management DAF, Det 1, AFEREG April 2003 – November 2004 (1 year 8 months) Chief of Spectrum Management, Directly responsible for providing spectrum support to Det 1, AFEREG and its customers. Plan, organize, coordinate and direct all activities involved with the management of the electromagnetic spectrum. Directly responsible for coordination and control of frequency assignments and maintains direct liaison with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), HQ Air Force Frequency Management Agency (AFFMA), DoD Area Frequency Coordinators (AFC), and other agencies requiring Det 1, AFEREG spectrum support. Plan and coordinate with supported agencies during all phases of research and development, operational tests, tactics and training of new or modified equipment and systems. Manage Spectrum Management Office and supervise one Spectrum Management Contractor. Develop policies and procedures pertaining to all facets of frequency management. Develop complete spectrum management plans to include frequency assignment, compatibility and analysis, and spectrum scheduling activities. Review technical parameters or electromagnetic radiating equipment prior to acquisition to ensure spectrum support is obtainable. Make presentations to all levels of management on the results of studies and make recommendations for the de-confliction of electromagnetic spectrum unique Det 1, AFEREG missions. Proficient in the use SXXI, IFDS, FRRS and GMF. References available upon request.


Now here he is working for Groom Lake:



Chief/NCOIC Spectrum Management Det 3 AFFTC February 1996 – July 2000 (4 years 6 months) Provided electromagnetic spectrum support for over a hundred special programs and projects annually and for daily operations conducted on a DoD national electronic combat test and evaluation range for tri-service customers. Responsibilities included establishing policies and directives on spectrum availability and frequency assignments, administration of spectrum allocations, temporary assignments, frequency proposals and assignments, and interference and spectrum quality control. Proficient in the use SXXI, IFDS, FRRS and GMF. References available upon request.


If you look at the rest of the resume, he is at Edwards now. He used to work for JT3/EG&G (perhaps Special Projects). The 99th Communications Squadron is at Nellis. Basically, he is THE radio guy.

Gee, if we could only get him to join ATS. ;-)




posted on Jun, 15 2012 @ 07:56 AM
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I see what your talking about now but something seems a little fishy to me. Why would he post that stuff on linkedin of all places. If you have that much knowledge, your not looking for a job, they are looking for you. And your right, it would be cool to have him on ATS!



posted on Jun, 15 2012 @ 09:12 AM
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Originally posted by boomer135
I see what your talking about now but something seems a little fishy to me. Why would he post that stuff on linkedin of all places. If you have that much knowledge, your not looking for a job, they are looking for you. And your right, it would be cool to have him on ATS!


lots of layoffs of good people these days.



posted on Jun, 15 2012 @ 10:08 AM
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Originally posted by mbkennel

Originally posted by boomer135
I see what your talking about now but something seems a little fishy to me. Why would he post that stuff on linkedin of all places. If you have that much knowledge, your not looking for a job, they are looking for you. And your right, it would be cool to have him on ATS!


lots of layoffs of good people these days.

Or a bait to fish out the seekers of DOD information
Especially the chinese kinds?



posted on Jun, 15 2012 @ 10:13 AM
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How can you wake up one day when your a kid and say to your self "I want to be a (whatever it is that guy does)

Damn, I just wanted to get home from school to watch cartoons.



posted on Jun, 15 2012 @ 11:29 AM
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If he wanted a job, why wasn't his military connections usable? I would have thought with being at enough military jobs you could get a fair job and pay from knowing the right people. Then again I could be looking at the whole thing wrongly.



posted on Jun, 15 2012 @ 03:34 PM
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On a resume, they don't like to see absences. I suppose you could put down some BS, but if a future employer finds you lied on a resume, they could fire you. What I don't get is why DET 3 just wouldn't have some fake company that you could say was your employer, and staff it with a "hello phone." [The "hello phone" is one where you don't answer with the name of the company since you might have to make up some BS name depending on who is calling. I often answered the "hello phone" to get some pitch from a salesman. I would promise to buy the junk if they could answer one question: "Who am I?" It was obvious some robo dialer did the dialing and they didn't have a clue who I was, nor where I was since the "hello phone" was on a foreign exchange.]

So you put down DET 3 on a resume...and just how does anyone verify this? Can you call the AFFTC at Edwards and verify someone worked at DET 3. Or why wouldn't you just say you worked for the AFFTC and leave it at that?



posted on Jun, 16 2012 @ 12:32 AM
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I also think that him putting his groom info on the web is probably a security violation too. Maybe not saying that he worked there, but saying what his job was there. It's all compartmentalized so even their job assignments might be classified.



posted on Jun, 17 2012 @ 02:24 AM
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And the beat goes on. Meet Jeff Study:
www.linkedin.com...




Deputy Director - AFFTC Det 3 DOD Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Military industry March 2008 – July 2010 (2 years 5 months) • Report to the Director of contracting on all contracting related issues. Assign, direct and monitor workload for all directorate contract managers. Assigned as an 1102 series YC-02 (Pre NSPS GS-13) Civilian • Manage over 481 active Firm-Fixed Price, Time & Material, Fixed Price Award Fee/Term contracts valued at over $552M annually involving supplies, services and construction projects in support of a multinational electronic and radar test range operated by DoD. • Direct and interact with Item Managers, Production Specialists, Supply Technicians, QA Representatives, Price Analysts and industry counterparts on all contracting issues. • Approve acquisition documentation, Justification and Approvals, Statements of Work, negotiation strategies, Statement of Objectives, cost/price analysis and contract interpretations.





Contracting Manager - AFFTC Det 3 US Air Force Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Defense & Space industry July 2002 – February 2008 (5 years 8 months) • A member of a selectively manned unit supporting a Presidential directed classified mission; responsible for managing 61 service and construction contracts totaling over $75M. • Author acquisition documentation, Justification and Approvals, Statement of Work, negotiation strategy, Statement of Objective, cost/price analysis and contract interpretations. • Business advisor and contract manager for all onsite Civil Engineering construction projects, Mission support services requirements and Range Support Service contract. Single focal point for all service requirements for base security, transportation, dining facility and lodging operations.



posted on Jun, 17 2012 @ 06:26 PM
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Wow look at who he reports to and the size of those contracts. Bet in about ten years we can link those contract sizes to different projects going on there. Secret Presidential operation? hmmmmm



posted on Jun, 17 2012 @ 11:58 PM
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So there is at least ten thousand workers at AFFTC DET 3. Now some work at Edwards North Base. But I doubt between Groom and North Base you can hold 10k workers. Edwards North Base isn't even all DET 3 to my recollection. There must be some back office at probably Wright Patterson. Or he just makes crap up since none of this can be verified. ;-)

As they say in the text books, I have left it as an exercise for the reader to find more AFFTC DET3 workers. My recollection is some astronaut had DET3 on his resume. I did look but couldn't find it.

Since the DoD has the google and the interwebs, I assume they are fine with this information on their resumes.



posted on Jun, 18 2012 @ 11:16 PM
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OK, I guess no one else knows how to use the google. Here is the astronaut, Carl E. Walz, that worked at Groom Lake.



From July 1987 to June 1990, he served as a Flight Test Manager at Detachment 3, Air Force Flight Test Center.


www.jsc.nasa.gov...

There is still one more person online with DET3 in his profile that I know of. He is currently working at "I can't say" so I think I'll not post his name since there is a chance I could run into said individual.



posted on Jun, 18 2012 @ 11:40 PM
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If those are indeed his qualifications then I can assume that he would certainly know what to omit as to keep him out of trouble.

Just because they could have top secret programs going on at those sites doesnt exactly mean that he was working on them. There is a HUGE difference between secret and top secret.

That site would be a great resource for counter intelligence, as 61% of its members are outside the US.






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