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darklord66

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Unread post13 Mar 2009, 07:43

Where de we send our resume?????
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Unread post13 Mar 2009, 07:57

pm me on here and ill send you the email
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Unread post14 Mar 2009, 07:25

Pmed ya ziggy
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Unread post15 Mar 2009, 22:42

if you need a fully qualified 7lv engine guy with all qualifications to include eng run and borescope training, I am willing to do the job. I am also very capable of fulfilling an APG position. I have 10 years as a jet engine specialist with en route experience. Please feel free to contact me at anthonybelden@yahoo.com
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Unread post16 Mar 2009, 06:17

Ziggy, I haven't seen any stories on the internet anywhere, but, was wondering if it's true about the UAE losing 2 or 3 jets from crashes within the past few months? How many total have they lost since the beginning of the Block 60 Program?
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Unread post16 Mar 2009, 19:49

I was just checking into the avionics positions available. I am a F-16 avionics tech with 6 years experience and was hoping you could provide me with some specific INFO on the positions I am 7 level Red X qualified on all blocks. You can email me at williamstephens875@hotmail.com
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Unread post01 Sep 2009, 21:09

Are you interested in joining the Lockheed Martin UAE Team? We are currently looking for the following skills, many are available immediately. All positions require previous and current related F-16 experience, Block 40 or higher, skill level 7, and Secret Security Clearance. Please visit our web site at www.lockheedmartin.com/careers for the specifics to each position and post your resume to the referenced requisition number. DD-214 will be needed and should be faxed to 864-299-7547 Attn: Winnie Brinck

122569BR Master Instructor for Avionics, Nav and Weapons Systems
126092BR Production/Training Pilot Stf
136528BR Material Management
136783BR PMEL Lead
135651BR I Level Hydraulics Tech
127722BR E&E Tech
122560BR EOD Tech
124357BR Crew Chief
109920BR Avionics Tech
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Unread post08 Sep 2009, 13:58

RE: www.defensetravel.dod.mil

The Current (9-08-09), FULL daily Off-base perdiem rate for Dubai is $505.00 per day or appx $15,000.00 per month, this is what you could get as a contractor. So, subtract from that the benefits offered by Lockheed. Add to Full PD, Salary- tax free, completion bonus...%25.

Half of allowable perdiem is appx $255.00 a day + salary. Its understandable that Lockheed makes money on your employment but keep in mind that they are already getting appx $200.00+ an hour for your time under contract to the UAE.
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Unread post08 Sep 2009, 18:15

fe_on_alta wrote:RE: www.defensetravel.dod.mil

The Current (9-08-09), FULL daily Off-base perdiem rate for Dubai is $505.00 per day or appx $15,000.00 per month, this is what you could get as a contractor. So, subtract from that the benefits offered by Lockheed. Add to Full PD, Salary- tax free, completion bonus...%25.

Half of allowable perdiem is appx $255.00 a day + salary. Its understandable that Lockheed makes money on your employment but keep in mind that they are already getting appx $200.00+ an hour for your time under contract to the UAE.


I don't know who has been lying to you, but your hourly rate is significantly less than 200 an hour. Also, since lodging is provided, LM is not obligated to pay a full per diem rate.
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Unread post16 Sep 2009, 23:07

Dear Sir/Madam,
I have 20 years of varied experience as a Licensed A&P mechanic, a C5B (2A676) 7 Level Electrical & Environmental specialist for 7 years going on 8 now and a 2W1 Weapons Specialist for 10 years on F-16 Block 40/50/52's. Is any of that of interest to you?. I can build a resume, just need to know where to send it. Thank You
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Unread post18 Sep 2009, 14:20

nam11b wrote:
fe_on_alta wrote:RE: www.defensetravel.dod.mil

The Current (9-08-09), FULL daily Off-base perdiem rate for Dubai is $505.00 per day or appx $15,000.00 per month, this is what you could get as a contractor. So, subtract from that the benefits offered by Lockheed. Add to Full PD, Salary- tax free, completion bonus...%25.

Half of allowable perdiem is appx $255.00 a day + salary. Its understandable that Lockheed makes money on your employment but keep in mind that they are already getting appx $200.00+ an hour for your time under contract to the UAE.


I don't know who has been lying to you, but your hourly rate is significantly less than 200 an hour. Also, since lodging is provided, LM is not obligated to pay a full per diem rate.


That's beautiful... someone is in a dream world with $200.00+ per hour. Past experience shows a company makes six figures per year, per employee (then McDonnell Douglas) made $125K per sign-on. Flightline employees were paid, and I'm talking strictly APG now, $50K, that included housing, and transportation to and from work, house hold storage in a environmentally controlled facility (stateside), medical, (unless you were retired military), and dental. The employee paid for food (wife, kids if he had any) plus, you paid for your private vehicle, if you elected to purchase one. You could take the shuttle to and from work and downtown to do shopping (there's your transportation). Remember kids, there is the good ol' boy factor working in each and every one of these overseas assignments, so be forewarned. Mind you, the above is some 25 years past, but as you cruise through the net you will find nothing has changed except the name of the companies that hold the present contract. The housing and compounds are quite adequate and safe, but you will be living and working with the same people EVERY day. Retirees had a loathing for the "4 year dropouts". Keep your personal business to yourself and never let on to much about yourself… food for thought. One last note, take home pay was $36K tax free.
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Unread post28 Sep 2009, 13:39

Are there any positions for a 5 level crewchief or do all postions require 7 level?
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Unread post28 Sep 2009, 15:30

The pay for this job is $37.65 per hour and Lockheed will provide you with a small one or two bedroom apartment. You will have to buy or rent a car and pay for your own gas which averages about $45 a week depending on your car and your driving habits. The UAE is a fun place and you can travel to see a lot of the world from here, but you can also get into trouble here so you will need to keep your nose clean. The work is easy and there is a lot of area for advancing your knowledge of other system on the aircraft. It will be what you make it, and you can take it or leave it, it is up to you, but dont come here and complain, its just like the military, you signed on, but you didnt have too.
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Unread post28 Sep 2009, 16:18

Mckenzy,

Do you have a family with you or kids in school, I am interested if people are overall happy with the family situation over there. Thanks!

Pete
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Unread post30 Sep 2009, 02:12

I am here single, but wife will join me soon, there are people here that have kids that attend school, but Lockheed will not pick up the tab, this is an unsponsored position.
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