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ChenegaNBC

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Unread post25 May 2005, 16:47

Looking for something new? If you are a qualified fighter pilot you need to get in contact with me. We have numerous exciting jobs opening up immediately. The pay is amazing and the perks are even better. This is not a joke. Please contact me if you are interested. Serious inquiries only.


Shawn M. Steiner
Lead Instructor, NBC/CLS Department
Chenega Integrated Systems
Fort Dix, NJ 08640
(609)562-5108
shawn.steiner@dix.army.mil
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Happy_Gilmore

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Unread post25 May 2005, 17:41

If you need pilots you'll obviously need mechanic's as well, anything there someone may be interested in?
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Unread post25 May 2005, 18:16

I may have something for mechanics. However I am pretty sure it is all wheeled vehicle work. Let me know if that is something you can do.
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Unread post25 May 2005, 19:19

I hear ya Happy! If you have any mechanic openings let us know! Have to have someone fix them!!
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Unread post20 Jun 2005, 01:43

JoeBag wrote:I hear ya Happy! If you have any mechanic openings let us know! Have to have someone fix them!!
Do you have any need for flight simulator or academic instructors?
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Unread post20 Jun 2005, 03:29

Galu, I must ask the same question; any simulator pilot/instructor positions available? Aerospace research, tech writing, systems engineering or tech rep positions available?
F-16B, CC 80-0623 ERAU ROTC
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Unread post20 Jun 2005, 04:36

Thanks for expanding my quest, Allen. Does anybody know where F-16 or T-38 flight simulators are located and who manages their contracts? Am interested in the international locations also.
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Unread post20 Jun 2005, 05:08

Del Rio, Texas. Call the base, T-37, T-38, sim instructors are there, don't know the name of the vendor, just call the base and ask. Big turnover rate, should be openings.
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Unread post28 Jun 2005, 20:23

F-16 UTD simulators are squadron-level trainers, and are all over the country/world. L3 (ex-Raytheon, ex-Link) builds and maintains them, although I believe the maint. contract is managed out of Hill by a group whose name escapes me at the moment... (TSSC?)
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