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    The primary purpose of this position is to develop analytical tools and perform advanced operational analysis of data collected from satellites sensors that form the core of the US global space detection capability against nuclear events.

    Organizational location of position is at: 23 ANALYSIS SQ, Patrick AFB, FL.

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    • Establishes technical operational requirements for the collection, transmission and analysis of all command satellite-borne Space and Atmospheric neutron, gamma and X-ray nuclear detonation data
    • Attends briefings and workshops at HQ Air Force, Air Force Scientific Advisory Board, AFSPC, STRATCOM, DTRA., DOE, Arms Control Verification Committee, and other national-level agencies and committees
    • Providing operations-oriented Space and Atmospheric Environmental analysis techniques for satellite nuclear detection systems
    • Leads planning and execution of system data correlation efforts to satisfy new above ground operational (atmosphere and space) nuclear detection levels as specified in current national requirements
    • Prepares, edits, and publishes scientific reports, notes, and other technical documents resulting in assigned studies, operational exercises, requests for information, and from studies and/or data analysis

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1310 Physics

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