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Unread post16 Jan 2007, 16:53

Daedalus Aviation Group is still looking for F-16 technicians. We have the following positions available:

F-16 Crew Chief (Norway)
F-16 Avionic test station technicians (Norway)
F-16 Phase Mechanics (The Netherlands)
F-16 Electricians (The Netherlands)

We are also looking technicians on the CH-47D, AH-64D and Cougar AS532 MKII helicopters.

If you are interested please email a detailed resume to: jsomers(at)daedalus.nl More details will be emailed upon request.

With kind regards,

Jurgen Somers
Daedalus Aviation Group
+31 13 467 8395
fax: +31 13 463 5887
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Unread post25 Jan 2007, 16:25

Just wondering if you got my last e-mail. kassan16(at)yahoo.com, I am very interested in the program. Looking forward to contacting you.
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Unread post26 Jan 2007, 07:43

Hi,

Could you e mail me some info on the crew chief jobs?

My e mail address jonesy750(at)hotmail.com
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Unread post26 Jan 2007, 22:45

What kind of cash does the phase job pay?
Torrejon, Homestead, Moody, Osan, Holloman
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Unread post28 Sep 2007, 16:15

Just heard back from some dude, this offer is toast, no contract...

Hah! More lies from some paper-pushing yuppie. The term, "prospective contract" now means, "Oh gee, let me bid on something my fly-by-night company has NO chance of getting, but I'll present it to a bunch of 16 vets who will delay their lives while I play phone games". (DS2? Whatever happened to THAT shyster bunch? Simply gathering names for nothing)

SO glad I *never* believed a word this person said... Seemed like a nice guy from his occasional E-mails, but would always get evasive, when given a direct question about material from the DAE website, like "openings" in Holland or USAFE. Hopefully, this entire recruiter industry will now realize ALL military aircraft mechanics are from Missouri. Don't even BREATHE in my direction, unless you are ACTUALLY HIRING for something RIGHT NOW.

Holy crap! Poor little golf-playing secretary's are gonna hide under their beds when they sneak in here today!
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Unread post29 Sep 2007, 10:45

Agreed been in contact with this company and this guy for a few months and NO CONTRACT............
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Unread post30 Sep 2007, 16:37

I'am interseted in f16's job could you send me some extra information about it. Currently I'am CC f16 block 52 in Poland. :D
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Unread post02 Oct 2007, 19:22

A buddy of mine provided this overseas contact for work available in Saudi right now.

He has worked there (Saudi) for almost ten years and loves it, the contact information is below if anyone is interested in this line of work (aviation, maintenance, crew chiefs, weapons loaders, trainers etc)

Good luck... from Meathook

Alsalam Aircraft Company, LTD
P.O. Box 8012
Riyadh 11482
Saudi Arabia
011-966-1-220-0198 (Fax)
011-966-2-220-3966 (Phone)
Program Manager ext. 234

The persons name to write too or call is Mr. McGraw.
Hope this helps.
More than likely have "been there and done that at some point", it sure keeps you young if done correctly
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Unread post02 Oct 2007, 19:44

joeblow wrote:Agreed been in contact with this company and this guy for a few months and NO CONTRACT............


Did you sell your green VW before you went over there? I've been wondering how people store POVs for years at a time...

In relation to this "alsalam" outfit Meathook mentioned, the website states must be F-15 sevlev. Dooooon't think that's gonna translate too well on this board, since "Rivet" locked us all into whatever we were in 95. (Unless your airframe ceases to exist. F-111 guys get whatever they want, eh?)
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Unread post02 Oct 2007, 19:57

My buddy came from F-16s and F-4's...he got hired, in any event...it is worth a shot I think, if not...oh well
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Unread post16 Feb 2008, 19:31

To whom this may concern:

Hello,

My name is michael, I am a journeyman F-16 crew chief I was flightline/phase in spangdahlem germany for 3 years in the 23rd fighter squadron and over a year at luke Afb in arizona usa 56 EMS Phase I am very interested in this position. I loved europe and the culture and will do anything to go back, as well as the F-16 I am not sure of how to fax my resume if you could provide me the means of contacting your company to hopefully recieve an opprotunity to come and work with you I would apprieciate that very much.

e-mail:
hta20itlay@yahoo.com
mmohr@triumphgroup.com

phone:
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Unread post16 Feb 2008, 23:31

Check out the date of the original post... your a bit late.
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