Legion Systems, LLC

Airborne Insertion Advisor

Job Locations US-NC
Job ID 2021-1232
# of Openings
1
Category
Training

Responsibilities

(Contingent Upon Award)

The AIA shall have a clear understanding of the MARSOC organization, structure, and mission in order to perform AIA advising, assisting and coordination functions across all aspects of airborne insertion within this task order including training, sustainment and evaluation of MFF individuals and assigned MFF JMs on insert TTPs in both land and maritime domains, and all other duties, responsibilities, and actions necessary to support AIA activities. The AIA shall perform all tasks associated with this position such as:

• Be able to participate in military freefall (MFF); high altitude high opening (HAHO), high altitude low opening (HALO) events while wearing the properly configured multi mission parachute system (MMPS) and bailout oxygen system; must be able to carry this equipment while walking up to 1,000 yards

• Provide training to designated individuals/MSOTs in the comprehension in the mechanics; technical implementation, methodology, and TTPs in conducting combat equipment, MFF operations at night into an unmarked drop zone at night to include maritime insertion.

• Provide instruction on advance freefall for individual and collective tasks in a wind tunnel or during an airborne operation

• Coordinate with the MRR S-3 Operations Center key personnel (Operations Officer, Operations Chief, and Training Officer) on airborne related issues

• Make announced visits and inspections during unit airborne training

• Be willing to fly on fixed or rotary wing aircraft/air movement (MILAIR/Contracted)

• Participate in required meetings

• Enforce doctrine, unit SOPs and establish attainable/relevant standards based on the conditions set

• Be adequately prepared for all training event(s) including being on time and with appropriate equipment

• Coordinate with uniformed personnel to capture input for and the preparation of AARs

• Ensure compliance and enforcement of safety

• Maintain accountability of assigned equipment, training aids and training preparations

• May be required to participate in military shows, such as Air Shows and recruitment activities

• Conduct testing and certification for MFF Jumpmasters to jump the Non-Standard parachute system.

Qualifications

Former Non-Commissioned Officer (NCO) or Warrant Officer

• Must have held position of leadership for at least 2 years at the Team or Platoon level or higher for a MFF Team or unit

• SOF Combat Diver

• Must have 15 years’ SOF experience from date of graduation from their perspective pipeline as an operator or leader in either a Special Mission Unit (SMU); U.S. Army Special Forces; Navy SEALs; Marine Special Operations Command; or U. S. Army 75th Infantry Ranger Regiment to include award and retention of their Military Occupational Specialty Qualification (MOS Q)

• Position requires individual to perform additional duties as a MFF Jumpmaster, MFF instructor (MFFI #), maintain ratings as an Accelerated Freefall Instructor, and Accelerated Freefall Instructor/Examiner, Tandem Instructor, Tandem Instructor Examiner, Aerial Videographer, USPA appointed Safety and Training Advisor (S&TA), and maintain a USPA Class D license and a Professional Skydiver Rating

• Maintain currency as a MFF jumpmaster (JM) capable of inspecting different MFF parachutes and jumper configurations to include oxygen, combat equipment, and SCUBA

• Possess a SECRET clearance on day 1

• 15 years’ military experience in parachute operations

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