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DEFCON 1 Newsletter for June 1, 2011


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“The patriot’s blood is the seed of freedom’s tree.”

– Thomas Campbell

Welcome to the latest edition of the number one Defense Career

Opportunities Newsletter, “DEFCON-1,” a networking newsletter featuring job opportunities and career advice for those who are part of the global defense, aerospace, maritime, marine technology and security industry. DEFCON 1 brings you job opportunities every week, and counts on members like you to submit job listings to share and post in this newsletter.

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*** In this issue (This week’s jobs are listed here, and then offered with links or in more detail below):

1.) Senior Marketing Strategist, BAE Systems, Land & Armaments, Arlington, VA

2.) Systems Engineer, MCR, Orlando, FL

3.) Strategic Communication Analyst (CURRENT DOD TS/SCI TS required), Sahl Communications Inc., Tampa, FL

4.) Digital Engagement Specialists (CURRENT DOD TS/SCI TS required), Sahl Communications Inc., Tampa, FL

5.) Joint Operations Center Watch Officer/Analyst (CURRENT DOD TS/SCI TS required), Sahl Communications Inc., Tampa, FL

6.) Senior Logistician, MCR, Wright Patterson AFB, OH

7.) Multiple candidates at various positions, Public and Media Relations – Defense Industry, Xenophon Strategies, Washington, DC

8.) Weapons Technical Intelligence (WTI) Analyst, CGI, Charlottesville, VA

9.) Director of Public Relations, Military Officers Association of America’s (MOAA), Alexandria, VA

10.) Foreign Media Analyst, Centauri Solutions, LLC, Omaha NE

11.) Cyber Info Assurance Anlyst 3, Northrop Grumman Information Systems (NGIS), Quantico, VA

12.) Human Terrain Analyst, Centra Technology, MacDill AFB, Tampa, FL

13.) All Source Intelligence Analyst CT/CT-AVRS, Celestar Corporation, Macdill AFB, FL

14.) Simulations and Analysis Support Analyst, MacAulay Brown, Fort Leonard Wood, MO

15.) Corporate Communications, Serco, Reston, VA

16.) Public Relations Rep 1, Northrop Grumman, McLean, Virginia

17.) Planning, Policy, & Business Analyst, MCR, Springfield, VA

18.) Staff Officer, Defense, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Springfield, VA

19.) Operations Research Analyst 1, TASC, Inc., Chantilly, VA

20.) Human Resources Intern, ATK Aerospace Systems, Beltsville, MD

…and more!

*** From Heather Murphy:

I'd been to visit my little nephews, my brother and his beautiful wife in the greater San Diego area. One of our favorite activities is to visit the tide pools at Point Loma (San Diego, CA). To get to Point Loma, you have to pass a few military establishments and the most solemn and beautiful of burial places — Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery. It overlooks sea, land, military installations and, inasmuch as burial ground can be beautiful…it is.

As we left the tide pools, crews were getting Fort Rosecrans ready for Memorial Day services. With exhausted kids and adults on board, I made my brother stop his vehicle so I could take the attached photo.

When I returned to Arizona and uploaded the image, I was stunned to see this almost accidental image. It is about the real meaning of Memorial Day. I wouldn't trade those days with my family but I didn't really honor and pay tribute. By sharing this photo, I hope to do so. May it serve as a poignant reminder that Memorial Day is not about car sales, furniture sales, clothing bargains, pool parties and barbecues. It's about remembering sacrifices by the anonymous men and women who served in defense of our freedom. We may never know them, their stories or be able to thank their loved ones personally but we can do this…we can remember and honor their lives on Memorial Day.

Thanks and appreciation to all who served and all who value their service.


(Heather’s photo is posted here:

*** Here's the editorial line-up for the June issue of Sea Technology magazine (


Conducting coastal surveys with the Charlie USV. … High-resolution seismic survey off South Shetland Island, Antarctica. … Surveying with the SeaBED-class AUV Mola Mola. … Developments in the standardization of ocean salinity. … High-resolution air-sea interaction study using the FLIP research vessel. … Accurate seafloor mapping and performance analysis using an uncertainty model for HydroChart 5000. … Cable planning for the European Multidisciplinary Seafloor Observatory.

Which article did Ned write?

*** Ned’s upcoming travel:

June 5-6 Kawaihae Harbor, Island of Hawaii

June 6-9 Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

June 9-14, IABC World Conference, San Diego, CA

July 1-7 Space Camp Turkey, Izmir, Turkey

July 8-10, SAUC-E, NATO URC, La Spezia, Italy

July 16-18, Robo-Sub, San Diego, CA

Aug 19, USS Constitution, Boston, Mass.

Aug 23-26, SNA West Coast Symposium and Open Architecture Forum, San Diego, CA

Sept 20-23 Offshore [patrol Vessels Conference, Hamburg, Germany

*** Here are the DEFCON 1 jobs for this week:

*** From Steve Field:


Here is something for next week’s DEFCON 1. Thanks for sharing.

Steve Field

Director, Marketing Communications

BAE Systems

Land & Armaments

1.) Senior Marketing Strategist, BAE Systems, Land & Armaments, Arlington, VA

Job Summary

This position serves as senior marketing strategist for the Land & Armaments sector. The incumbent will provide primary day-to-day direction and marketing communications guidance for many of the business’ most significant pursuits. He or she will oversee the development of integrated marketing campaigns that help position the business for success, predominantly for the Combat Vehicles and Tactical Wheeled Vehicles product lines. Serves as the deputy to the L&A Director of Marketing Communications.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

-Develops and oversees execution of marketing campaigns on several significant business pursuits, including: Bradley Family of Vehicles; M88 HERCULES; M109 and PIM; JLTV (Lockheed Martin Team); MRAP program; and other opportunities globally. Will also support marketing communications efforts around the RG family of vehicles in coordination with the head of communications in South Africa.

-Supports Land & Armaments Marketing Director on development of other marketing strategies.

-Maintains close working relationships with Business Development directors and Program leadership to ensure alignment of marketing efforts with program activities.

-Supports the business area at trade shows and other marketing events.

-Advises business on how to use multiple media platforms (events, video, online, social media, etc.) to market products and capabilities.

-Maintains a safe work environment and ensures compliance with safety objectives and policies.

-Shares responsibility of self-development with immediate supervisor.

Minimum Experience

Relevant Bachelor’s degree or equivalent with at least 10 years of professional public relations, marketing or campaign/brand management experience.

Preferred Experience

Master’s degree or equivalent with at least 6 years of professional public relations, marketing or campaign/brand management experience.

BAE Systems is a premier global defense and security company with approximately 100,000 employees delivering a full range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support and services.

With headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, this Land & Armaments Operating Group of BAE Systems employs nearly 11,000 professionals at more than 30 locations worldwide. Land and Armaments is a global leader in the design, development, production, and service support of armored combat vehicles, major and minor caliber naval guns and missile launchers, canisters, artillery systems, and intelligent munitions.

BAE Systems is committed to a high performance culture and provides an environment that challenges our employees to be remarkable and obtain their full potential.

We are an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer that understands the value of diversity and its impact on a high performance culture.

2.) Systems Engineer, MCR, Orlando, FL

*** From Kim I. Plyler:

Hi Ned,

I was hoping you could post the following on the JOTW newsletter. Thank You.

Kim I. Plyler

Sahl Communications

3.) Strategic Communication Analyst (CURRENT DOD TS/SCI TS required), Sahl Communications Inc., Tampa, FL


years experience in Public Affairs,Information Operations or Military

Support to Information Operations preferable. Responsible for assisting in the synchronization of the plans, effects, themes and messages of a Combatant Command's deliberate and contingency communication activities and management of the assessment of those effects in order to ensure an integrated communication strategy. Direct the management of a collaborative and mutually supporting process to support the command's priorities responsible for integrating J3 ( IO), J5 (Plans) and J8 (Resources and Analysis) efforts into the integration process.

Location: Tampa, Florida.

ONLY CURRENT DOD TS/SCI TS will be considered. Please send your resume to

4.) Digital Engagement Specialists (CURRENT DOD TS/SCI TS required), Sahl Communications Inc., Tampa, FL

Provide new media specialists of regional descent (Pan-Arab, Persian, Pakistani, Afghan, and Central Asian States/Russian) to track and analyze regional blog sites. Provides specific skills and understanding of the regional media environment and different technologies to engage on weblogs. As required, provide translation of and cultural perspective on critical AOR communications of ideological significance. Provide fluency, verbal and in writing, in English, Arabic, Farsi, Russian, Pashto, and Urdu: DLPT equivalent 3/3 acceptable, 4/4 preferred. . Location: Tampa, Florida.

ONLY CURRENT DOD TS/SCI TS will be considered. Please send your resume to

5.) Joint Operations Center Watch Officer/Analyst (CURRENT DOD TS/SCI TS required), Sahl Communications Inc., Tampa, FL

5-10 years experience in Public Affairs, Information Operations or Military Support to Information Operations preferable. Functions as the watch stander for the communications department of a major Combatant Command on a rotating basis in the Joint Operations

Center (JOC). The JOC “information environment” analysts will be

involved in daily (365 days/year) preparation of key briefing materials

for members of the command's senior leaders and staff personnel.

Shift/weekend work will be required to ensure proper JOC coverage daily.

The watch stander will coordinate with other JOC team members, associated component staffs and subordinate Headquarter (HQ) counterparts to begin formulation of the initial courses of action, provide updates to the CCCI staff, obtain products relating to operations and report significant AOR events. Must be capable to brief senior general officers on a daily basis. Location: Tampa, Florida

ONLY CURRENT DOD TS/SCI TS will be considered. Please send your resume to

6.) Senior Logistician, MCR, Wright Patterson AFB, OH

*** From Michael Green:

I am hoping you could help promote a number of positions at our agency that I think would be of interest to your readers. I work for a PR agency called and we need multiple people immediately to assist with communications on behalf of a large defense-industry client based in Washington, DC that is interested in improving its stature among key decision makers. We are primarily interested in people who have handled PR surrounding defense/military/aerospace issues. Candidates can submit their resume to

Below is the full listing. Thank you so much. If you have any questions, please let me know.


7.) Multiple candidates at various positions, Public and Media Relations – Defense Industry, Xenophon Strategies, Washington, DC

Xenophon Strategies is seeking multiple candidates at various positions within our agency to help manage external communications on behalf of a large defense-industry client. We are primarily interested in hiring people with a background working in defense, military and/or aerospace communications at a PR agency, defense company, trade association, the military, Congress, the news media or the Federal government. Excellent candidates with general experience in public relations, public affairs and crisis communications will also be considered.

Responsibilities include participation in client meetings and conference calls; development of communications strategy that improves the client’s reputation among Washington, DC decision makers; project and client account support; news media relations promotion and response; social media engagement; and crisis/issue management.

About Xenophon

Xenophon Strategies is a full-service strategic communications firm specializing in public relations, public affairs, crisis communications, advertising & advocacy and government affairs. Our firm has a diverse portfolio of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, trade associations and charities.

Xenophon Strategies staff members have wide-ranging backgrounds and expertise. Our team includes former congressional staff, state and federal government officials, public relations experts, journalists, political strategists, marketing professionals and media tacticians.

To submit your resume, email

8.) Weapons Technical Intelligence (WTI) Analyst, CGI, Charlottesville, VA

CGI is seeking an experienced Weapons Technical Intelligence Analyst to work on the government-contractor team supporting the Counter-IED Targeting Program (CITP) at our location in Charlottesville, Virginia. Candidates must be willing to deploy for six months out of an eighteen month period.

Specific Duties:

– Conduct comprehensive research on complex insurgent and terrorist networks; either independently or as part of a larger analytical effort

– Develop analytical strategies, produce CITP related assessments and target support packages in collaboration with analysts involved in the counter insurgency/counter IED mission

– Coordinate with CITP action officers in the planning, preparation, coordination and dissemination phases of scheduled targeting and intelligence survey packages

Journeyman – High School Diploma; Bachelor's degree desired. Formal Service training as an all-source analyst required. Must have 5 to 8 years experience in the intelligence field at a tactical or strategic operational level

Senior – Bachelors degree desired. Must have formal service training as an intelligence analyst. Must have between 8 to 10 years experience in the Intelligence field at the tactical or strategic level

Additional Requirements:

– Posession of an Active Top Secret/SCI security clearance is required to begin employment; U.S citizenship citizenship is required.

– Experience in the intelligence field at the tactical or strategic operational level is required.

– Must have at least six months of experience related to IED insurgency developing all-source intelligence assessments and prior experience supporting the targeting process.

– Must have working knowledge of the national, operational and tactical intelligence infrastructure available to DoD.

– Must have excellent communications and interpersonal skills.

– Possess strong critical thinking and analytical skills.

– Must have the ability to work independently with excellent problem solving skills.

– Possess a high level of organization, attention to detail and follow-through.

– Must be willing to deploy for (6) months out of an (18) month period

Desired Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:

– Explosive Ordinace Disposal (EOD) experience

– FBI's Terrorist Explosives Device Analytical Center (TEADAC) experience

– Combined Explosive Exploitation Cell (CEXC) experience

– Knowledge of Improvised Explosive Device (IED) types, characteristics, and Tactics,Techniques and Procedures (TTPs)

– Knowledge of/experrience with analysis/data mining tools: ArcGIS, CIDNE, WEBTAS, i2 Analyst's Notebook, Pathfinder At CGI, we're a team of builders. We call our employees members because all who join CGI are building their own company – one that has grown to professionals located in 100+ offices worldwide. Founded in 1976, CGI is a leading IT and business process services firm committed to helping clients win and grow. We have the global resources, expertise, stability and dedicated professionals needed to achieve results for our clients – and for our members. Come grow with us. Learn more at

This is a great opportunity to join a winning team. CGI offers a competitive compensation package with opportunities for growth and professional development. Benefits for full-time, permanent members start on the first day of employment and include a paid time-off program and profit participation and stock purchase plans.

We wish to thank all applicants for their interest and effort in applying for this position, however, only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

No unsolicited agency referrals please.


*** From Bridget Serchak:

9.) Director of Public Relations, Military Officers Association of America’s (MOAA), Alexandria, VA

Strategically plans, develops, implements, and manages a comprehensive public relations program across the media, internal, and community relations spectra to enhance the Military Officers Association of America’s (MOAA) image with members, staff, military active duty, retirees, reservists, former officers, and the general public. Serves as the primary contact and Association spokesperson to the news media and the local community. Counsels the President and staff on public relations matters, and is available to do the same for the 36-member Board of Directors, Councils, and Chapters. Works closely with the President to ensure that all staff departments focus on portraying the proper MOAA image internally and externally. Responsibilities also include the MOAA Art Program and History. Drafts the President’s Page or the monthly MOAA magazine for his approval and writes letters to senior military officers and civilians for the President. Also assists or serves as backup for the President’s Executive Officer when needed.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

1. Strategically and tactically plans comprehensive public relations programs that cut across the MOAA staff spectrum, including legislative affairs, electronic media, membership and marketing, etc. Works closely with other departments to ensure a fully coordinated staff public relations effort, to include coordinating on releases going to the public and being an integral part of planning on programs they are working.

2. Serves as direct and trusted advisor and counselor to the President and staff on public relations item, ranging across the public relations spectrum. Works closely with all departments on how best to portray MOAA-related issues to members, the news media, and the public.

3. Serves as highly visible focal point the members, the news media, and staff as Association spokesperson and coordinator for national public relations efforts. Daily contact with the membership through telephone, electronic or other written correspondence pertaining to general association information, news media inquiries, press releases, community events, and other image enhancing efforts. Supports Contract Services and Marketing in promoting membership recruiting and retention.

4. Directly supports MOAA governance and the Board of Directors by being available, through the President, to counsel the Chairman of the Board on public relations issues. Prepares and submits updates on public relations activities to the President. Works closely with the General Counsel on Board activities. Prepares the Chairman’s Annual Meeting remarks. Serves as a trusted agent for sensitive information.

5. Maintains very close relationship with other military-related associations and organizations to ensure mutual exchange of public relations ideas and timely information.

6. Frequent interaction with department directors and front office staff on matters pertaining to the Association’s public relations activities. Routinely interacts with the staff on matters of public relations guidance and events.

7. Manages the Deputy Director of Public Relations so he/she knows all facets of the public relations program and has the opportunity to interact with the President and staff.

8. All other duties as assigned



1. Education: B.A. or B.S. in Journalism, Mass Communications, or Public Relations, with formal training in journalism or public relations. Masters Degree preferred. Commercial public relations business experience very desirable. Washington-area military public relations experience, especially in the Pentagon is highly desirable.

2. Skills: Required training or practical experience in corporate communications, particularly in public relations. Should have familiarity with associations and a broad knowledge of the roles and operations of the federal government, particularly the military services.

3. Relevant Experience: Must have at least 10 years experience in the public relations or a related communications career field in positions of increasing responsibility. At least two positions should include “hands on” experience in planning, developing, and executing public relations programs for both internal and external audiences.


1. An excellent command of the English language, both oral and written. Ability to articulate key MOAA issues orally and in writing.

2. Extensive knowledge of all facets of public relations, especially in the area of strategic communication and including media relations and internal information.

3. Working familiarity with organization of the Department of Defense and military service organizations is extremely valuable. Pentagon or other Washington, DC, service is a plus.

4. Working familiarity with PC-based computer systems and programs, to include use of the worldwide web as a communications tool.

5. Familiarity with administrative skills, office budgeting, and personnel.

6. Attention to detail, including good follow-up skills, and ability to work numerous projects simultaneously.

7. The ability to be tactful and discrete with sensitive information.

8. The ability to work harmoniously and unselfishly with others in a fast-paced environment and operate with a high standard of work quality.

Personnel Supervised: One Deputy Director of Public Relations.


The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by this employee. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this position.

FSLA: Exempt


Jeanne Robinson, SPHR

Director, Human Resources

Military Officers Association of America (MOAA)

201 N Washington Street

Alexandria, VA 22314-2539

(800) 234-6622 x531; (703) 838-0531; FAX (703) 838-5819

10.) Foreign Media Analyst, Centauri Solutions, LLC, Omaha NE

Centauri Solutions is a dynamic, professional services and solutions company committed to providing program management, information systems and technology, systems engineering, subject matter expertise and solutions to the Intelligence, National Security and Homeland Security communities. We attract people who love their work and are dedicated to the complex challenges facing today's world.

Job Responsibilities:

If you are looking for a challenging position with a fast paced, innovative small company where you have immense opportunity for growth and flexibility you are in the right place! We are seekinng qualified candidates for full-time Media Analyst positions related to U.S. security and foreign policy issues in Europe, Asia, Middle East, Southwest Asia, Central and South America, and Africa. Regular duties involve monitoring and analyzing published and broadcast media, writing regular and irregular reports, some quantitative analysis, briefings, and similar duties. Candidates Native or Near-native foreign language skills and international cultural experience who enjoy keeping abreast of current events would be well suited. The successful candidate will have at least an BA degree and experience in international relations, security, political science, journalism, sociology or related fields. Fluency in one of the languages of the region of expertise (other languages is an asset), in-depth knowledge and experience within the region, as well as outstanding writing and analytic skills are all required.

Working conditions are normal for an office environment. These positions may require overnight and/or weekend shifts. Media Analysts often work irregular hours and travel up to 15% of the time. Work location is Omaha, Nebraska.

Required Education:

Bachelor’s degree and relevant experience in international and relevant country specific affairs, security, journalism, international strategic communications or related field, OR Bachelor's degree and 5+ years of experience.

Required Work Experience:

Must be U.S. citizen or eligible to work in the U.S.

Other Desirable Requirements:

Fluency in a foreign language is a must.

Experience living in country of interest strongly preferred.

Outstanding translation and English writing and editing skills required.

Analytic abilities must be demonstrated.

General interest and knowledge of international affairs and current events is essential.

Professional and collegiate demeanor.

Experience monitoring and analyzing foreign media.

Ability to multi-task and handle tight deadlines.

Excellent communication, attention to detail and interpersonal skills.

Expert experience with Microsoft Office applications required.

Must be able to work independently and as a team member.

Our Benefits Attract – and Retain – Talent

From our easily accessible offices in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia (minutes from the Capitol) to our comprehensive benefits package, every aspect of our operations is designed to bring us the best in the field.

Financially, CenTauri Solutions is a smart choice, offering:

•Highly competitive salaries

•401k, including competitive matching

•Profit-sharing plan

•Business development and referral bonuses

We support your life outside of the office, too, with benefits including:

•Highly competitive health insurance, including long-term care

•Tuition assistance

•Eight paid hours a year that you can devote to charity

11.) Cyber Info Assurance Anlyst 3, Northrop Grumman Information Systems (NGIS), Quantico, VA

12.) Human Terrain Analyst, Centra Technology, MacDill AFB, Tampa, FL

13.) All Source Intelligence Analyst CT/CT-AVRS, Celestar Corporation, Macdill AFB, FL–ctctavrs.2238840.html

14.) Simulations and Analysis Support Analyst, MacAulay Brown, Fort Leonard Wood, MO

15.) Corporate Communications, Serco, Reston, VA

**TS/SCI security clearance required**

Corporate Communications specialist to support the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). Develop and implement internal and external communications. Proactively identify and implement marketing strategies. Based on awareness and understanding of NGA mission and operations tempo, identify and reach out to potential users and user groups. Analyze customer needs; make appropriate recommendations for message/information development, communication method selection, and timing of messages. Tailor messages by target audience. Research, write, edit, and publish communications products (e.g., print, web, electronic, briefings). Provide direction to graphic designers, briefing developers, photographers, illustrators and other required staff. Prepare material for publication and other media both internally and externally. Manage and monitor production schedules. Develop new communication methods to reach target audiences. Support NGA senior leaders by writing speeches, talking points, video scripts, briefings, and other communications products (e.g., emails, articles)

Required Skills

**TS/SCI security clearance required**

Experience with providing strategic communications support or speechwriting. Knowledge of issues facing NGA, the Intelligence Community, and the Department of Defense. Knowledge of NGA, functions, products and technologies. Must demonstrate strong data gathering and analytical skills. Must be proficient with PC computer platforms and Microsoft Office Suite. Must have strong communication (oral and written), interpersonal and customer service skills. Plans and leads contract sub tasks/projects. Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience within related field.

Required Experience

16.) Public Relations Rep 1, Northrop Grumman, McLean, Virginia

Northrop Grumman Information Systems Sector is looking for a Media Relations representative for their Strategic and External Communications Department. This individual will be responsible for writing, editing, and preparing external communications such as press releases. The selected candidate will assist the public relations team with various media-related activities to include researching and writing press releases, preparing talking points and preparing and staging press conferences other related events. Assists with preparing for media interviews. Assists with media strategy plans and tracks media coverage for campaigns and other initiatives. Takes an active role in the functions external social media efforts. Will handle aspects of the external publication approval process. Will also write articles for internal communications to be posted on company Web sites and other internal uses. Must have complete understanding of NGIS external communications policies and procedures.


Basic Qualifications:

Bachelors degree in public relations, journalism, communications or related field.

Use and/or application of principles, theories, and concepts in public relations and media relations.

Strong writing skills and mastery of AP style.

Knowledge of industry practices and standards.

Frequent internal company contacts and also occasional interaction with reporters. Contacts are primarily with immediate supervisor, and other personnel in the section or group. Represents section or group on specific projects.

Preferred Qualifications:

Previous internship experience in a med/large Aerospace copmany as communications analyst.

Northrop Grumman Corporation is a leading global security company whose 75,000 employees provide innovative systems, products, and solutions in aerospace, electronics, information systems and technical services to government and commercial customers worldwide.

Northrop Grumman is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce regardless of age. U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.

17.) Planning, Policy, & Business Analyst, MCR, Springfield, VA

18.) Staff Officer, Defense, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Springfield, VA

19.) Operations Research Analyst 1, TASC, Inc., Chantilly, VA

20.) Human Resources Intern, ATK Aerospace Systems, Beltsville, MD

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