Flight Simulation Trainer IV
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Instruct students and qualified B-2 pilots performing formal syllabi, Continuation Training (CT), Distributed Mission Operations (DMO) objectives in the classroom and Aircrew Training Device (ATD). Provide academic instruction and courseware development IAW syllabi and standards of training for graduate-level B-2 pilots. Classroom topics will include, but are not limited to; B-2 techniques, tactics and procedures (TTPs), stealth asset integration/operations, and allied combat forces and adversary TTPs. Plan, coordinate, support and execute scheduled B-2 missions as a Subject Matter Expert (SME). Instruct B-2 pilots in specified aspects of B-2 operations to include, but not limited to; force (small and large) integration, contested/denied environments, air-to-ground, electronic attack, and other B-2 specific missions. Develops mission training scenarios reflecting tactically relevant mission sets and incorporates products, services, and training opportunities available via DMO. Translate DMO exercise requirements and training objectives into briefings, mission materials and scripted scenarios that achieve those outlined objectives. Attend and participate in planning conferences, working groups, etc. that support training objectives tailored to the B-2 community. Interact and crosstalk with operational units, participants, coordination centers and other DMO actors during event planning, execution, and debrief. Conduct DMO mission development, production and validation, and collaborate with pilots, intelligence, engineers, field service and TSSC personnel supporting B-2 training in the Weapons System Trainer (WST). Produce B-2 mission support materials that include, but are not limited to: Joint Mission Planning System routes event scripts, federated mission scripts, LINK-16 scenarios, Air Tasking Orders, Air Control Orders, Suppressor threat/asset scenarios, adversary electronic order of battle products, and other mission products required to support B-2 training. Operate all training systems and computers in the mission viewing room that facilitate briefing, instruction, execution, and debrief. Coordinates, analyzes, develops and tests complete tactical scenarios for all post-graduate B-2 missions. Use simulator data and instructor/SME expertise to develop post-training assessment of training objectives and pilot performance. Provide tactics recommendations to the Government for incorporation into test plans, research and development plans and tactics manuals.
10 years with Bachelors or 8 years with Masters Degree.
Top Secret clearance. Upgrade to Top Secret/Special Access Required (SAR).
5 years of B-2 aircrew experience.
Competency qualifications with regards to instructing B-2 pilots and other duties
Preferred Qualifications: Completion of a formal Criterion Referenced Instruction (CRI) course (i.e. Air Combat Command Academic Instructor Course).
Total flying time of 2000 hours
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