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German propulsion startup Morpheus Space won a U.S. Air Force Small Business Innovation Research contract and a NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory purchase order after participating in the Techstars Starburst Space Accelerator. SpaceNews.com
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The International Telecommunication Union on Nov. 20 said the world’s spectrum regulators had reached consensus on milestones for constellations of satellites outside of the geosynchronous arc to preserve their spectrum rights.  SpaceNews.com
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British aerospace company QinetiQ will use a newly expanded factory to build heat transfer experiment infrastructure for the European Space Agency under a 9 million euro ($10 million) contract, the company announced Nov. 21.  SpaceNews.com
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The first prototype of SpaceX’s next-generation launch system was damaged Nov. 20 during a tanking test, a setback the company claimed would not serious affect their development plans. SpaceNews.com
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Rep. Derek Kilmer said commercial geospatial data should be used to supplement imagery from classified sources. SpaceNews.com
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NASA plans to issue a call for ideas for a lunar rover that could be used by future crewed missions to the moon and, like many other elements of the Artemis program, be developed in a partnership with industry. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:19-03-2014
     Last Modified:19-03-2014 (08:11)
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     Current job:Instructor
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSatellite Operations/Aerospace Science/Earth Science
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    PROFESSIONAL OBJECTIVE • Programs related in Systems Engineering/Space Operations and Information Technology, 10+ years experience with combined education, includes but not limited to; managing or performing duties in administration.

    SECURITY CLEARANCE • Adjudicated Oct 2005-Top Secret/SCI – Expired, Secret Clearance-Adjudicated Oct/Nov 2002-Expired

    EDUCATION • B.A. in Management from American Military University conferred August 2010. M.S. in Space Studies/Aerospace Science from American Military University conferred November 2012.

    EXPERIENCE

    • LAKE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS-January 2012-Present Instructor/Earth-Space Science • Certified Instruction in Earth/Space Science 6-12 • Rating-Effective

    • MARRIOT VACATION CLUB INTERNATIONAL: Loss Prevention Officer – August 2009-January 2012

    • ASCENT MEDIA/UNITED SERVICE SOURCE INC: Satellite Field Engineer – Feb 2008- March 2009 • Test, troubleshooting, commissioning and continuing support of customer sites • Support of Installation and Integration crews •Interpret technical writing, to include procedures, data sheets, surveys and technical annuals. • Optimizing earth station antennas • Overseeing contractors and temporary help • Ability to peak and optimize antennae • Familiar with Rack and Stack components- installation and de-installation of products and equipment. • Equipment worked with; UPS, Evertz, Miranda, cabling, etc. • Worked closely with Windows based products in coordination with troubleshooting CPU errors; such as Windows 98 to present software, and hardware.

    • UNITED STATES AIR FORCE: Data Systems Operator Nov 2004 – June 2007 • Performs strategic and theater missile launch detection using the $16B Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS).

    • Collects/reports worldwide surveillance infrared data of operational value received from the $2.7B Defense Support Program (DSP) satellite constellation in direct support of national security and global air/space defense. • Manually collects infrared data to ensure valid battle space characterization for war fighters around the world.

    Satellite / Ground Systems Operator Mar 2003 – Nov2004 • Responsibilities include providing ground system links for 8 remote tracking stations throughout the Air Force Satellite Control Network. • Command satellites into orbit cycle and proper configuration. • Provide daily satellite operations 24 hour-a-day, 365 days a year. • Performs end of life testing and disposes of nonfunctional equipment. • Create the most efficient vector for each satellite's position. • Assist in launch and early orbit phases of multiple satellite programs.

    MILITARY SERVICE United States Air Force:

    • 5 years Active Duty in the US Air Force, Oct. 2002 – June 2007 • Basic Military Training, Lackland Air Force Base, TX (2002) • Enlisted Space Operations Training / Initial Qualification Ground and Satellite Systems Operations, Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA (2003) • Enlisted Space Operations Training / Initial Qualification Data Systems Operations, Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA (2004) Air Force Training: • Enlisted Space Operations Training • Initial Qualification Ground and Satellite Systems Operations • Certification Training in Ground and Satellite Systems Operations • Initial Qualification Data Systems Operations • Certification Training in Data Systems Operations Air Force Certifications: • Satellite/Ground Systems Operator (SSO/GSO) • Global Positioning System (GPS) • Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) • Data Systems Operator (DSO) • Certified Self Aid Buddy Care Instructor (First Aid) • Certified in multiple military systems (Classified)

    AWARDS United States Air Force:

    • Air Force Training Ribbon (2002) • Received National Defense Medal (2002) • Received Outstanding Unit Award (2004) • Received Air & Space Campaign Medal (2004) • Henry Award - Good Conduct Medal (2005) • Received Global War on Terrorism Medal (GWOT) (2005) • Air Force Longevity Ribbon (2006)

    Special Accomplishments: • Assisted in launching of 3 currently operational Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites • Guaranteed success of over 2000 satellite sorties and maintained zero personal errors • Guaranteed success of over 3000 hours of intense SBIRS console time • Multiple certifications reduced staffing needs by 33% • Recognized as TOP 3 performer - 200 member team. • Ranked "Highly Qualified" on all 10 evaluations (Air Force Space Command’s highest crewmember rating) (2002 - Present) • Performed over 30 crew evaluations as augmentee in conjunction with the Defense Support Program between Oct 05-Oct 06, helping members receive Air Force Space Command's highest crewmember rating of "Highly Qualified".

    REFERENCES • Are available upon request, including copy of DoD AF form DD-214.


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