RANDOLPH AFB, Texas (AFNS) -- The Air Force has six special duty positions for officers open in Alameda, Calif.; Cairo, Egypt; and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, according to the Air Force Military Personnel Center here.
Three captains with Air Force Specialty Codes 14N3 are needed immediately to serve as intelligence operations officers in Alameda. Duties include planning, conducting and managing instructions on intelligence dissemination supporting the U.S. commander in chief for the Pacific's two-tiered warfighting strategy. The duties also provide students with a thorough understanding of intelligence information theories, and application of the electromagnetic spectrum to aid systems at the national and Pacific Command levels.
Two majors with AFSC 21A4 are needed to fill joint-duty positions as security assistance program managers in Cairo. One position includes managing the Foreign Military Sales Program involving the $1.7 billion F-16C/D Peace Vector IV program with 46 aircraft. The other position involves managing the Egyptian air force's Mission Support System II and simulator program and coordinating the activities of 16 U.S. Air Force personnel and 11 contractors. These positions have reporting dates in July.
The Air Force needs a lieutenant colonel to serve in an AFSC 16R4 joint-duty position as joint section operations and plans adviser in Riyadh. Duties include overseeing the development of a national defense command center and unified command and control policy throughout the kingdom. This position also involves developing a kingdom-wide C-3 system. Reporting date for this assignment is in July.
For more information about these positions, contact Capt. Kim Sharp at AFMPC. The phone number is DSN 487-6261/62, or commercial 210-652-6261/62.