DEFCON 1 newsletter for 25 May 2016

by Ned Lundquist
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Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter

DEFCON 1 newsletter for 25 May 2016

Issue # 460


“Science, my lad, is made up of mistakes, but they are mistakes which it is useful to make, because they lead little by little to the truth.”

– Jules Verne


***  This edition of DEFCON 1 comes to you from New Orleans, Louisiana.


***  Welcome to the latest edition of the number one Defense Career Opportunities Newsletter, “DEFCON-1,” a networking newsletter featuring job opportunities and career advice for those who are part of the global defense, aerospace, maritime, marine technology and security industry.

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***  In this issue (This week’s jobs are listed here, and then offered with links or in more detail below):


***  Baltic maritime security


Maritime security must be achieved through the cooperative efforts of national agencies, such as navies, border patrols, customs and coast guards, then sharing information between partner nations (Photo: Europol)


Baltic Sea nations are cooperating more than ever to ensure safety, security and sovereignty, but it is a complex environment, with threats seen and unseen on, over and under the sea.


Maritime Journal

By Edward Lundquist


***  Navy Combatants Can Defend Against Emerging Missile Threat

By Edward Lundquist

National Defense May 2016

Page 26


***  Ned’s upcoming travel, maybe, perhaps:


May 23-26, New Orleans, LA

May 29-June 2 Victoria and Vancouver, BC, Canada

June 3-5 Auburndale, Mass.

June 5-7, New Orleans, LA

June 7-15 Chania, Crete and Athens, Greece

August 10-12, San Diego, CA

September 19-23, Everett, WA


***  Maritime Security 2016 West


September 20-22, Everett, Washington


Maritime Security 2016 West provides discussion and collaboration on strategies and technologies to counter maritime security threats encountered by governments, law enforcement, and port/terminal owners and operators. Interactive workshop sessions are designed to give all conference participants the actionable knowledge on how to better secure their maritime areas of responsibility, mainly by stressing the importance of collaboration, efficiency, and best practices. Each topic will be addressed by relevant perspectives of those who have implemented successful strategies and technologies in their maritime security operations.


Sea Air Space 2016

May 16-17-18 2016

National Harbor, Maryland

The Navy League’s Sea-Air-Space Exposition brings the U.S. defense industrial base, private-sector U.S. companies and key military decision makers together for an annual innovative, educational, professional and maritime based event.


Sea-Air-Space is now the largest maritime exposition in the U.S. and continues as an invaluable extension of the Navy League’s mission of maritime policy education and sea service support. The Sea-Air-Space Exposition will continue to support the mission of the Navy League and lead the way as “THE” Exposition to attend each year to display the most current information and technology relevant to maritime policy.


***  Unmanned Underwater Vehicles: Is Bigger Better?

Undersea Superiority will rely on Large Underwater Vehicles, but the question begs … Is bigger better?

By Edward Lundquist

Marine Technology Reporter


***  Maritime Leaders Convene in the Caribbean

By Edward Lundquist


Caribbean maritime leaders meet to discuss industry trends, challenges and opportunities…


***  Care with no one there

In the future, rescue and medevac at sea will be conducted by unmanned surface vessels

By Edward Lundquist

Combat & Casualty Care

Spring 2016


***  Med response via vertical lift

By Edward Lundquist

Combat & Casualty Care

Spring 2016


***  Register now for SNA GWC’s Day at the Ballpark.  21 July  2016 at 12:05 pm

Nationals vs Los Angeles Dodgers


***  74th Battle of Midway Commemorative Dinner

Friday 3 June 2016

Army Navy Country Club, Arlington, VA

Cost to attend is $65 per person

Reception Begins 1800 Dinner at 1900

For more information or to register online


***  Here are the DEFCON 1 jobs for this week:


1.)  Portfolio Management Analyst, MCR, Springfield, VA


2.)  Systems Program Office SME, MCR, St. Louis, MO


3.)  Defense Management Analyst, Alion Science and Technology, Washington D.C.


4.)  Intelligence Analyst Development Program (IADP) – Entry Level, National Security Agency, Fort George G Meade, MD


5.)  Computer Network Operator, National Security Agency, San Antonio, TX


6.)  Network Manager (Technology Watch Officer), National Security Agency, Honolulu, HI


7.)  M&S Expert, Aviation Mission Analysis, Modern Technology Solutions, Inc. (MTSI), Washington, Dist. Columbia




9.)  Junior Level Intelligence Analyst – TS/SCI Clearance, Systematic Management Services, Inc., Crystal City, VA,-Inc./jobs/Junior-Level-Intelligence-Analyst-2e69812d1cca5111


***  From Jon Walman:


10.)  Content Strategist, Bixal, Ft. Meade, MD


Lead dynamic team that produces and manages content for in support of the Defense Media Activity (DMA) and the Office of the Assistance Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs (OASD PA). Develop and implement end-to-end digital content strategy for multiple web properties in support of a fast-paced news room (press operations) environment. Develop, manage, and promote digital media products for designated agency campaigns, which reinforce strategic messaging and improve user engagement/experience. Specific duties and responsibilities include:

  • Supervise and mentor a team of web content managers, developers and graphic designers
  • Perform editor-in-chief role by identifying, planning, producing and reviewing a wide variety of news stories and web content
  • Oversee social media content strategy for official client blog and social media platforms
  • Provide editorial services and quality assurance of multimedia content while demonstrating expert story judgment, creativity, and flexibility
  • Track senior leader and stakeholder priorities and messages to coordinate posting of content including news articles, videos, images, and transcripts
  • Plan and produce annual strategic plan for publishing topic-specific microsites and provide guidance to content managers and designers
  • Work with client and team to place and publish multimedia content to achieve maximum impact and best overall user experience
  • Consistently meet daily deadlines while working efficiently in a fast-paced, highly collaborative, and team-oriented environment
  • Listen effectively and interact professionally with senior client officials and stakeholders
  • Serve as primary client liaison and trusted adviser



  • Bachelor’s degree in communications-related discipline
  • 7+ years of content strategy experience
  • Experience overseeing/managing content teams on a project(s) providing daily updates for multiple web properties
  • Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Creative Suite, HTML5, XML, CSS, JavaScript


Additional preferred skills/experience:

  • Digital project management experience preferred
  • PMP certification preferred
  • Familiarity working with defense agencies preferred


11.)  Joint Lessons Learned Analyst – 14413, Camber Corporation, Arlington, US-VA




13.)  Junior Intelligence Analyst, Salient CRGT, Crystal City, VA


14.)  CAPTURE MANAGER – Sea Services and Solutions, Engility Corporation, Washington, District Of Columbia


15.)  Middle East and Africa All Source Analysts, Centra Technology, Washington, DC


16.)  Quality Assurance Engineer I (QPA PQE), BAE Systems, Nashua, NH


17.)  Intelligence Analyst, BAE Systems, McLean, VA


18.)  MIDAS Operator I, BAE Systems, Wahiawa, HI


19.)  Intelligence Analyst, TekStream Solutions, Washington D.C.


20.)  Operations Subject Matter SME- Principal, Joint IED Defeat Organization, ProSOL Associates, Reston, VA


21.)  Intelligence/Regional Analyst, ProSOL Associates, Washington, DC


22.)  Senior Systems Engineer, Lockheed Martin, Offutt AFB NE


23.)  Assembler Sr, Lockheed Martin, Camden, AR


24.)  GEOINT Instructor/Trainer, Lockheed Martin, Springfield, VA,%20VA




26.)  AV-8 Harrier ACM II/CDI (Avionics), Tyonek Native Corporation, Yuma, Arizona


27.)  Assoc Analyst, Intelligence, General Dynamics Information Technology, Herndon, VA


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