posted on Jul, 28 2012 @ 10:16 PM
Unless you know the specific tasks being doled out, might not have to worry too much. Might be bureaucratic desk-jockey jobs and janitors, rather than
security and direct maintenance. The missiles and actual keys to them are still in the hands of the military.
On this side of the pond, you'll see civilians working with the military under GS (government services) contracts. My guess is that it's the guys
keeping track of documentation and records, and logging parts and material usage which is necessary to keep those missiles in a state of readiness. If
it's like the GS guys I remember, the majority of work is verifying and signing off forms, playing phone tag with defence contractor engineers and
consultants, punching the rubber stamp, and doing data entry stuff.
Still, I don't blame you for wanting to keep an eye on things. Better to be vigilant than too relaxed.