Defense Career Opportunities – DEFCON 1 Newsletter for 10 January 2007


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Welcome to the latest edition of the number one Defense Career
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job opportunities and career advice for you, the men and women of the
global defense, aerospace and security industry. 

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***  This week's jobs are listed here, and then offered with links or in
more detail below:
***  Seeking Employment
1.)  MANAGER SENIOR PROGRAM, Alion Science and Technology, Alexandria,
VA
2.)  Manager of Employee and Executive Communications, Northrop Grumman
Information Technology, McLean, VA
3.)  Senior Analyst – Military Systems Data (326), Raytheon Solipsys,
Fulton, MD
4.)  Software Engineer (C++, or JAVA) (335), Raytheon Solipsys, Waimea,
HI
5.)  Software Engineer (C++, or JAVA) (343), Raytheon Solipsys, Lihue,
HI
6.)  Technical Editor/Writer, Science Applications International
Corporation, Tampa, FL
7.)  Chair, Department of Systems Engineering, Naval Postgraduate
School, Monterey, CA
8.)  Interns, Radar Division, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
9.)  Director of Defense and Homeland Security Studies
10.)  Evaluation Specialist, SYS Technologies, Norfolk, VA
11.)  Electronic/ Electro-Mechanical Assembler, Empower RF,
12.)  Technical Writer, Empower RF,
13.)  SF MTT Team Leader (LTC/COL), TeKONTROL, Hungary
14.)  ENGINEER, CACI, supporting SPAWAR Charleston, CHARLESTON, SC
15.)  Airborne Computing Systems Engineer, SMITHS AEROSPACE, Grand
Rapids, MI
16.)  Business Development Director, Military Flight Management Systems,
SMITHS AEROSPACE, Grand Rapids, MI
17.)   On-Call/Interactive Systems Designer, Northrop Grumman,
Albuquerque,
NM
18.)  Systems Engineer, SAIC, Panama City Beach, FL
19.)  Quality Control Analyst, Lockheed Martin, Lockport, LA
20.)  Director of Resource Management, Army Element Shape, Heidelberg,
Stuttgart & Southern Germany
21.)  Chief, Defense Joint Intelligence Operations Center (DJIOC),
Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC

***  And more.

***  Seeking employment:

Accomplished professional with more than 20 years of experience in
security administration, human resources and operation management.
Proven track record of success and the ability to lead an organization
through change, as well as the turnaround of an under performing
division. Visionary and leader, who effectively interacts with all
levels of an organization to motivate, empower and affect positive
change. Excellent analytical and planning skills. Commitment to
continuous improvement through quality assurance, training and all other
duties relating to Security Arenas of SAP/SARS/DOD/SCI Programs. Willing
to travel and relocate.
 
Contact Information: Diane 443-255-6621 Cell or dg1159@aol.com
 
(This is the first “Seeking Employment” posting.  If you are seeking
employment and want to pitch yourself before hiring managers in the
defense industry, send me (
lundquist989@cs.com) your pitch and I'll
post, one at a time (so there might be a queue) and always first. 
Please indicate your Seeking Employment Pitch is intended for the DEFCON
1 newsletter.)

***  Here are the jobs with details for this issue:

1.)  MANAGER SENIOR PROGRAM, Alion Science and Technology, Alexandria,
VA

Candidate must have extensive program management skills and experience
in Navy related programs.  Bachelor's degree required with at least 15
years of applicable experience. 
Responsibilities 
Responsible for managing large naval ship design and acquisition
programs.  Duties include interfacing with the customer, developing work
plans and budgets, forming teams to execute work, directing and managing
work at a top level, preparing and presenting program related
presentations, writing reports, and other related management duties.  https://erecruit.alionscience.com/psp/H89ER/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=6056&SiteId=1

(Note:  If you wish to submit your resume for this position, please
follow the instruction to apply online, but also send your resume to Ned
at
elundquist@alionscience.com, and I will also upload it into the
system as a “refer a friend” submission for you.)

***  From Juli Ballesteros, APR:

Hi Ned,
Please post the following Communications job opportunity in your JOTW
newsletter.  It's a wonderful opportunity for the right person.  I've
got a Northrop Grumman T-shirt and hat headed your way!  Thanks, Juli
2.)  Manager of Employee and Executive Communications, Northrop Grumman
Information Technology, McLean, VA

Position Summary/Responsibilities:
Plans, develops and implements a proactive, comprehensive employee
communications program.  Produces timely and informative internal
communications documents to increase employees' understanding of the
company's strategies, objectives and initiatives.  Manages content and
graphics for the company's intranet site.  Develops and implements
internal strategic communications campaigns and serves as the primary
internal contact on key initiatives.  Interacts with all levels of
management, and is responsible for providing internal communications
support to other functional areas, such as Human Resources and
Administration.
Develops and maintains editorial direction.  May coordinate production
and distribution activities.  Work is performed without appreciable
direction.  Determines organizational objectives, and interprets company
policies.  Establishes and enforces organizational policies and
procedures.
Cover letters and resumes should be sent to:  Kathy Schneider at kathy.schneider@ngc.com.
Best regards,  Juli
Juli Ballesteros, APR
Manager, Media Relations
Northrop Grumman Information Technology
7575 Colshire Drive, MS C1S2
McLean, VA  22102
Phone:  (703) 556-2736
Cell:  (571) 243-1094
e-mail: 
juli.ballesteros@ngc.com www.northropgrumman.com

3.)  Senior Analyst – Military Systems Data (326), Raytheon Solipsys,
Fulton, MDhttp://hostedjobs.openhire.com/onlinejobs/jobs/submit.cfm?fuseaction=dspjob&jobid=137232&company_id=15653&version=1&source=ONLINE&jobOwner=965229&aid=1

4.)  Software Engineer (C++, or JAVA) (335), Raytheon Solipsys, Waimea,
HIhttp://hostedjobs.openhire.com/onlinejobs/jobs/submit.cfm?fuseaction=allpositions&company_id=15653&version=1&CFID=26209777&CFTOKEN=501c98c-3b7a1abf-2f52-4daa-b956-835cabe0e27c

5.)  Software Engineer (C++, or JAVA) (343), Raytheon Solipsys, Lihue,
HIhttp://hostedjobs.openhire.com/onlinejobs/jobs/submit.cfm?fuseaction=allpositions&company_id=15653&version=1&CFID=26209777&CFTOKEN=501c98c-3b7a1abf-2f52-4daa-b956-835cabe0e27c

6.)  Technical Editor/Writer, Science Applications International
Corporation, Tampa, FL http://www.hirediversity.com/jobseekers/jobs/view.asp?ID=1695362

7.)  Chair, Department of Systems Engineering, Naval Postgraduate
School, Monterey, CA

The Graduate School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, The Naval
Postgraduate School (NPS), seeks qualified applicants for the position
of Chair, Department of Systems Engineering.

The Department of Systems Engineering was established at NPS in July,
2002, in response to the growing need for military officers and DoD
civilians capable of responding to current and future interdisciplinary,
joint issues that challenge today's defense community. The department
currently has 60 resident and 200 non-resident graduate students, with
strong growth forecast for the near future.

NPS is a graduate institution that teaches students from the military
services, federal civilian employees, and officers from allied nations.
NPS strengths include a strong emphasis on interdisciplinary education;
graduate research in support of national defense and security issues;
and close links between research and student education. NPS also
promotes and rewards innovative, entrepreneurial initiatives that
enhance graduate education while supporting national defense.

The SE Department seeks a strong, visionary leader who understands the
need for and roles of systems engineers to address the challenges,
complexities and mandates for change characteristic of today's defense
environment. The ideal candidate will have strong academic and
professional qualifications in systems engineering, or a related
discipline, as well as proven leadership abilities in an academic
environment. Demonstrated teaching experience, an active research
agenda, and practical experience in applying the principles of systems
engineering to Navy and defense community problems are also important
qualifications. The ideal candidate will have a record that supports an
appointment with tenure at the rank of full professor.

The successful candidate will be expected to build the faculty, shape
the curricula and oversee the education of students in this new
department in concert with the missions of the Graduate School of
Engineering and Applied Sciences and NPS. The successful candidate will
also be expected to create and sustain partnerships and collaborative
relationships with external DoD stakeholders to assure that the new
department and its curricula remain relevant and responsive to today's
changing external environments.

Applications should consist of a letter summarizing candidate
qualifications, a curriculum vita, at least 3 letters of recommendation,
plus a recent publication or other current written work in systems
engineering or a related technical field.

Consideration of applications will begin February 1, 2006 and will
continue until the position is filled. Employment will begin as early as
August, 2006. Compensation is competitive and will depend upon
candidate's qualifications and experience.

CONTACT:
Dr. Dave Olwell
777 Dyer Road (SE/OL)
Naval Postgraduate School
Monterey, CA 93943
fax: 831.656.3129
email: dholwell “at” nps.navy.milhttp://esd.mit.edu/careers/institutions_archives.html
NPS is an equal opportunity employer.

8.)  Interns, Radar Division, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC

The Radar Division is looking for summer students, coops, and full-time
Electrical/Electronic Engineers and Physicists.  Requirements are an
overall GPA of 3.0 or better and U.S. Citizenship.  Salary commensurate
with degree and level of experience.  The Radar Division conducts
research on radar and related sensors.  Areas of interest are: 1) Signal
processing, 2) Computer software, 3) Digital and RF hardware, 4)
Electromagnetics, 5) Modeling and simulation, and 6) Systems analysis.

Resumes can be sent to

Administrative Assistant
Radar Division (Code 5302)
Naval Research Laboratory
Washington, DC 20375

For additional information, the Administrative Assistant may be
contacted at (202) 767-3253, jobs@radar.nrl.navy.mil or fax (202)
767-3658. http://radar-www.nrl.navy.mil/navbar/Jobs/Jobs.html
Business Development Manager – NASA Ames, Science Applications
International Corporation, Moffett Field, CAhttp://www.hirediversity.com/jobseekers/jobs/view.asp?ID=1695368

9.)  Director of Defense and Homeland Security Studies
The Cato Institute seeks to hire a director of defense and homeland
security studies. The ideal candidate will have a deep knowledge of the
defense and homeland security budgets, and be conversant in the
scholarly and contemporary literature pertaining to national security
strategy, defense policy, weapons systems, homeland security and
counterterrorism. The individual should hold an advanced degree,
preferably a Ph.D., in political science, history, international
relations, security studies or economics, and have a record of scholarly
publications. Experience in government, including military service, is a
plus.
Outstanding communications skills are essential, along with a commitment
to the philosophy of liberty, limited government, and a security policy
focused on the defense of America's vital interests. Salary will be
commensurate with experience and ability. Applicants should submit a
cover letter highlighting their unique qualifications as well as a
comprehensive resume documenting educational background, professional
experience, and published works. No phone calls please.
Christopher Preble
Director of Foreign Policy Studies
Cato Institute
1000 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20001
Email:
cpreble@cato.org http://www.cato.org/jobs/jobops.html#1

10.)  Evaluation Specialist, SYS Technologies, Norfolk, VA

Description:
The applicant will provide support to an Operational Test Director (OTD)
by performing all functions required to plan and execute Operational
Tests in accordance with the requirements of the COMOPTEVFORINST 3960
Series and pertinent DoD acquisition directives.  Conduct professional
T&E review and analysis of requirements documentation for the purpose of
developing evaluation methods critical in creating the OT&E Framework
that defines the adequate operational testing of the assigned program
and for integrating the OT requirements with government developmental
testing.  Assist the test director in researching and identifying the
test resources needed to execute the vignettes identified in the O&E
Framework.  Provide inputs based on analysis of test data,
questionnaires, and data reduction ready for inclusion in OT&E reports
and provide follow-on assistance as needed until documents are signed.
Required Skills:
Within the last five yea
. Demonstrate experience with Developmental Testing (DT), Operational
Testing and Evaluation (OT&E), or Follow-On Test and Evaluation (FOT&E).
. Demonstrate experience and familiarity with the instructions,
procedures and documents required for the Navy and Joint Acquisition
process.
. Demonstrate experience in developing test criteria and Test and
Evaluation Master Plans in accordance with DoD standards.
. Demonstrate ability to apply analytical methodologies to evaluate the
operational effectiveness and suitability of combat systems, weapon
systems, and combat support systems.
. Possess a working knowledge of tactical operations, and the mission
and role of DoD commands and units tasked to operate in a multi-threat
environment.
. Possess U.S. citizenship.
. Demonstrate familiarity with MS-Office software.

Required Experience:
Have a combination of ten (10) years operational experience and/or T&E
experience.  Recommend to have an undergraduate degree in an
Engineering/Science field.  Highly Recommend to have an advanced degree
in an Engineering/Science field, or, an
Undergraduate degree with the Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement
Act
(DAWIA) (Any Level) certification in Test and Evaluation.

Required Education:
Bachelors Degree in Engineering or Science
Security Requirement:  Secret Clearance, with eligibility for Top
Secret.  [Req#: SYS-06-081]http://www.polexis.com/find_job.aspx

11.)  Electronic/ Electro-Mechanical Assembler, Empower RF,http://www.empowerrf.com/company/jobopps.php#elc

12.)  Technical Writer, Empower RF, http://www.empowerrf.com/company/jobopps.php#elc

13.)  SF MTT Team Leader (LTC/COL), TeKONTROL, Hungary
 
We are currently seeking a SF LTC/COL ® to serve as Team Leader for a
MTT to Hungary to operate SF Selection & Qualification Course.

MISSION: Hungarian Special Operations Force (SOF) Mobile Training Team
(MTT)

THE MTT ESTABLISHES A SPECIAL FORCES QUALIFICATION COURSE AND TRAINS AND
EVALUATES THE HU 34TH SOF BN, INCLUDING BATTALION, COMPANY, DETACHMENT,
AND SOLDIER LEVELS, TO CONDUCT SR, DA, AND FID (MA) MISSIONS.  THE
PURPOSE IS TO PROVIDE THE HUNGARIAN MOD AND NATO WITH A VIABLE SOF UNIT
TO ACCOMPLISH FUTURE MISSIONS.

LOCATIONS:

SZOLNOK, HUNGARY. TRAVEL TO SEVERAL TRAINING FACILITIES LOCATED IN
HUNGARY WILL BE REQUIRED. THIS MTT WILL BE REQUIRED TO CONDUCT FIELD
DUTIES DURING CPX/FTXS

END STATE:

AT THE END OF THE TRAINING, THE BATTALION WILL BE CAPABLE OF
PARTICIPATING IN SOCEUR SPONSORED JCETS AND EXERCISES WITH ALL MANNED
AND TRAINED ODAS AND ONE ODB/COMPANY.  THE ODC/BATTALION WILL BE CAPABLE
OF ESTABLISHING AND OPERATING A FOB AND PREPARING AND SUPPORTING
TRAINING AND SUBORDINATE UNIT OPERATIONS FOR EXERCISES WITHIN NATO.  THE
HUNGARIAN MOD WILL ALSO HAVE AN ESTABLISHED SPECIAL FORCES QUALIFICATION
COURSE THAT PRODUCES ALL INITIAL SF OFFICER AND NCO MOS'S.

TIME LINE:

22 Jan       SATTOC
4 Feb        ADVON
12-16 Feb Team Arrive/Final In-Country Coordination/
19 Feb       MTT Training Begins 
ENDEX    14 Dec (On or about)

TEAM COMPOSITION & QUALIFICATIONS:

ELEVEN (11) PERSONNEL.

1) TEAM LEADER.  ONE (1) TEAM LEADER WITH SPECIAL FORCES (SF) BATTALION
OR GROUP S3, XO, OR DCO EXPERIENCE.  FORMER BATTALION COMMANDER
PREFERRED.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

1) ATTEND THE SECURITY ASSISTANCE TEAM TRAINING ORIENTATION COURSE
(SATTOC) BEFORE DEPLOYMENT.

2) BE ABLE TO PASS THE ARMY PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST FOR AGE CATEGORIES DUE
TO ROLE MODEL REQUIREMENT AND STRENUOUS TRAINING CONDITIONS.  ALTERNATE
EVENTS ARE AUTHORIZED FOR DOCUMENTED PROFILES

3) HAVE SERVED WITH A US SPECIAL OPERATIONS UNIT WITH KNOWLEDGE OF THE
SUBJECTS TO BE TAUGHT WITHIN THE LAST SEVEN (7) YEARS

4)  Secret Clearance

EXPECATIONS:

ALL TEAM MEMBERS WILL BE EXPECTED TO PASS ON THE VALUES AND ETHIC OF US
SPECIAL OPERATIONS TO THE TRAINING AUDIENCE.   THIS REQUIRES TEAMWORK,
LOYALTY TO THE UNIT, MTT, AND COUNTRY TEAM CHAIN OF COMMAND, AND
INITIATIVE TO CARRY OUT THE COMMANDER'S INTENT.  FURTHERMORE, ALL MTT
MEMBERS WILL BE SEEN BY HUNGARY AS REPRESENTING THE US MILITARY AND US
EMBASSY, AND ARE EXPECTED TO BEAR THIS IN MIND AT ALL TIMES.

THE MTT IS A TEAM, NOT MERELY A CO-LOCATED COLLECTION OF SEPARATE
INDIVIDUALS.  ALL TEAM MEMBERS WILL BE RESPONSIVE TO TEAM LEADER AND
TEAM SERGEANT DIRECTIVES TO ASSIST IN ACCOMPLISHING OTHER TASKS AS
NEEDED, WHEN NOT CONDUCTING FORMAL TRAINING THEMSELVES.  ALL MTT MEMBERS
ARE EXPECTED TO USE THE INITIATIVE AND JUDGMENT WHICH PEOPLE WITH THEIR
EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY SHOULD HAVE.  ALL TEAM MEMBERS WILL WORK TO
ESTABLISH EFFECTIVE MENTOR-RELATIONSHIPS WITH ODC, ODB, AND ODA MEMBERS,
AND WILL SEEK TO INCULCATE 34TH BN MEMBERS WITH THE FUNDAMENTAL SPECIAL
FORCES VALUES THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.

DUITES:

TEAM LEADER:

THE TEAM LEADER'S PRIMARY TASK IS TO ACCOMPLISH THE ABOVE MISSION.  HE
MUST CREATE AND LEAD A TEAM THAT MEETS THE INTENT OF THE BATTALION
COMMANDER AS IT CARRIES OUT THIS MISSION.  HE MUST ALSO BE COGNIZANT OF
THE HDF HIGHER COMMAND LEVELS, AND ACTIVELY SEEK SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
WHICH KEEPS THE MTT WITHIN THEIR INTENT AS WELL.  HE MUST UNDERSTAND AND
COMPLY WITH THE ROLE OF THE ODC, WHICH IS TO ENSURE THAT THE MTT
ACCOMPLISHES THE MISSION, MEETS CONTRACT OBLIGATIONS, AND OPERATES
WITHIN US LAW AND POLICY.  THE TEAM LEADER MUST BUILD AND SUSTAIN A
SUCCESSFUL ADVISORY RELATIONSHIP WITH THE BATTALION COMMANDER AND SENIOR
STAFF, AND ENSURE THAT HIS MTT IS WORKING TOGETHER AND CONSTRUCTIVELY
WITH THE BATTALION.

TYPES OF QUARTERS/ MEALS: 

LODGING PROVIDED AT NO COST, ONE (1) MAN PER ROOM WITH PRIVATE BATHROOM
AT A LOCATION IN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE UNIT.  MOD WILL PROVIDE TWO (2)
MEALS PER DAY (BREAKFAST AND LUNCH) WHILE IN GARRISON, AND ALL MEALS
WHILE IN THE FIELD.

UNIFORM AND CLOTHING:

THE DAILY DUTY UNIFORM IS BDU.

IN-COUNTRY TRANSPORTATION:

MOD WILL PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION IN SUPPORT OF TRAINING AND OFFICIAL
ACTIVITIES. 

FACILITIES:

1) MEDICAL: MOD WILL PROVIDE EMERGENCY AND OUT PATIENT MEDICAL TREATMENT
AT NO COST. THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO EXISTING MEDICAL CONDITIONS.  CASE
MONIES WILL FUND SERIOUS MEDICAL CONDITIONS REQUIRING EVACUATION.

2) FITNESS: MOD WILL ARRANGE ACCESS TO MILITARY FITNESS FACILITIES.

3) TEAM ROOM: MOD WILL PROVIDE ONE LARGE ROOM, WITH INTERNET ACCESS, FOR
MTT PLANNING AND MEETING USE.

4) RECREATION: THE MTT, THROUGH COORDINATION WITH THE 34TH SF BN, WILL
BE ALLOWED TO USE HUNGARIAN MILITARY RECREATION FACILITIES AT THEIR OWN
PERSON

Salary, Subsistence Allowance, Transportation, Rooms and Meals provided.
 Pls. Contact Jim White @910.797.8211 or                                
                whiteej@att.net for additional information.                             
                
                                        
TeKONTROL, Inc.
711 W. Amelia Street
Orlando, Florida 32805www.tekontrol.com

14.)  ENGINEER, CACI, supporting SPAWAR Charleston, CHARLESTON, SC
 
Requirements: 
 
Performs a variety of moderately complex software and/or hardware
engineering activities of an analysis, design, or test nature.
Participates on project teams and provides guidance to less experienced
engineers and technical staff. Plans, conducts, and may supervise
research, development, or installation of products and systems in
conformance with engineering design and customer specification.
Engineering activities support both domestic and international
products/services.

Required Qualifications:
Expertise with MDI security system architecture
Familiarity with major intrusion detection/access control components as:
PIR – Passive Infra-Red
BMS – Balanced Magnetic Switch
BLS – Buried Line Sensor
Experience with SPAWAR Installation Design Plan (IDP)

Position will work full-time at SPAWAR Charleston, SC facility in
support of SPAWAR project engineers

Requires bachelor's degree (in Computer Science, Math, Electrical
Engineering or related field) or equivalent and five to seven years of
related experience. 
https://caci.recruitmax.com/ENG/careerportal/job_profile.cfm?szOrderID=13528

15.)  Airborne Computing Systems Engineer, SMITHS AEROSPACE, Grand
Rapids, MIhttp://www.smithsjobs.com/smiths.php?p=viewjob&jid=153

16.)  Business Development Director, Military Flight Management Systems,
SMITHS AEROSPACE, Grand Rapids, MI  http://www.smithsjobs.com/smiths.php?p=viewjob&jid=173

17.)   On-Call/Interactive Systems Designer, Northrop Grumman,
Albuquerque, NMhttp://careers.northropgrumman.com/ExternalHorizonsWeb/getJobPostDetail.do?sequenceNumber=110985

18.)  Systems Engineer, SAIC, Panama City Beach, FL http://seeker.dice.com/jobsearch/servlet/JobSearch?op=101&dockey=xml/0/e/0e86eed34d03ab38557bcc0f0afeaa51@endecaindex&source=3

19.)  Quality Control Analyst, Lockheed Martin, Lockport, LA http://jobsearch.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=52071590

20.)  Director of Resource Management,  Army Element Shape, Heidelberg,
Stuttgart & Southern Germany

Vacancy Ann.#:  EUHR06741464D
Pay Plan:  GS-0501-13/13
Closes Friday, January 12, 2007
Salary:  From 65,832.00 to 85,578.00 USD per year http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=51904575

21.)  Chief, Defense Joint Intelligence Operations Center (DJIOC), 
Defense Intelligence Agency, Washington, DC

Vacancy Ann.#:  X07-B-DISES
Pay Plan:  EP-0132-00/00
Closes Monday, January 22, 2007
Salary:  From 111,676.00 to 154,600.00 USD per year http://jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov/getjob.asp?JobID=51637571

*** Surface Navy Association 19th National Symposium
Hyatt Regency Crystal City
Currently Underway.  I'll see you there. http://www.navysna.org/2007Symposium/Index.htm

***  AFCEA/USNI West
2007 Conference
January 31 – February 2, 2007
San Diego, Californiahttp://www.usni.org/seminars/west/west.htm

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