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[ISN] Program needs volunteer terrorists
From: InfoSec News (isnc4i.org)
Date: Mon May 19 2003 - 01:35:01 CDT
Originally from: NTK www.ntk.net
5/13/2003 - KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. (AFPN) -- Officials from
the Air Force Research Laboratory here need "bad guys" to act as
terrorists and threaten the U.S. space system.
The lab's Space Countermeasures Hands On Program builds special teams
-- usually four junior officers or civilian grade equivalents -- to
look for potential vulnerabilities in the country's space defenses.
Team members can come from any service, and the four-month temporary
duty is paid for by the lab's space vehicles directorate.
"We look primarily for very bright and energetic lieutenants,
generally with technical education, although we will consider
"non-techies" too because they give the team a balance," said John
Holbrook, the program's operations manager. "Usually, three to four
missions are run per year, so there's a recurrent need for
"To apply, you need a secret clearance, permission from your boss to
be gone for four months and an ability to think creatively" said Maj.
Susan Fisher, program manager.
Officials specifically want junior and inexperienced, said officials.
"Our missions teams work hard, and we place a heavy responsibility on
their young shoulders. But, they also have fun and leave Kirtland
knowing the brief time they were here has made a significant impact to
national defense" says Col. Tim Williams, chief of the lab's
integrated experiments division.
For more information about the program, call Holbrook at DSN 246-2875
or (505) 846-2875.
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