Tuesday, October 28, 2008

How to apply for a job at Area 51

HOW TO APPLY FOR A JOB AT "AREA 51" (operating location near Groom Lake, Nevada) or other remote locations, if qualified

"Area 51", officially designated as an "operating location near Groom Lake, Nevada", is the nation's leading-edge aerospace research, development and testing complex, managed by the Air Force Flight Test Center Detachment 3 (AFFTC DET 3), headquartered at Edwards Air Force Base in Southern California.

This sprawling Nevada site is one of America's most vital conglomerate defense R & D complexes with a primary emphasis on weapons systems integration with avionics and aeronautics, employing an average of anywhere from 1200 to 1800 defense contractors personnel who work with various projects under highly compartmentalized programs and in various shifts and durations, such as on daily basis, weekly or even months-long assignments. The huge complex is equipped with fully sufficient accommodations for the contractors personnel who need to stay on the base until their assignments or projects are completed.

Some of the ongoing programs include new generations of stealth technologies, advanced radar cross-sections, new generations of hypersonic and non-hypersonic reconnaissance aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), unmanned aerial combat vehicles (UCAVs) as well as other types of remotely-controlled platforms.

As I had mentioned elsewhere on this website, there are a number of defense contractors represented, such as Lockheed, E.G. & G., Raytheon, Boeing, General Atomics, Northrop Grumman, TRW, etc.

Occasionally there are postings for specialty jobs at these remote locations, such as at the "operating location near Groom Lake, Nevada". Those postings can be found at respective defense contractors' headquarters, offices or related facilities.
There are also other agencies for inquiries.
Here is one such example:

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Click here to apply for a job at "Area 51" or other remote locations, if qualified
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