Posted on Nov 9, 2014
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Does anyone have contact info for civilians in the electronic warfare field? I, and many others I know, really enjoyed working with such equipment and am hoping to find a civilian job related to it, if possible. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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Me. Are you willing to come to Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland? Message me.
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Yes, ma'am. I've been to Aberdeen Proving Ground before for a competition with 20th Support Command.
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CPT (Join to see) do you know of anything in FL that would be available? I do miss APG (Edgewood) as that is where I did my AD AIT back in 2004, but I would love to stay in FL if possible.
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As a current enlisted Electronic Warfare Instructor/Writer, my goal when I retire is to continue to work within the EW/CEMA field. I spent nearly three months last year in APG working with the engineers, TM writers and CREW systems staff during a LOG DEMO for ATEC. Definitely a very interesting environment to be in.
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SSG(P) (Join to see) - Sorry, I'm just seeing this. The only deal I personally know about in FL is the JSTARs shop in Melbourne. That's not strictly EW but your background would be a foot in the door. They are mostly a Northrup Grumman shop I believe, so I’d recommend their website as a starting point.
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If you're looking for a civilian job working with electronic warfare equipment development you probably could look at companies like Northrop Grumman, Raytheon etc. You could also probably follow manufacturers of military electronics on Linkedin to get notifications of openings in their companies. Hope this was helpful.
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Great info for future viewers. I, unfortunately, ended up going for the wrong degree to pursue this field. Members should know to go for an engineering degree as companies like Raytheon and SRC Inc. consider that a prereq.
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PO2 Donald Walsh
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I wish ther was some recourse or at least pre-college information to warn people of college career counselors who push candidates into degree progams that don't fit.
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I have been looking for the same thing. The jobs are out there. A lot of them are senior or leadership jobs, but depending on where you are and your willingness to travel or relocate there seem to be some good ones out there. Look at LinkedIn Jobs, USA Jobs, and ever Clearance Jobs to see what's out there. Good luck brother!!
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I've seen a few of them but I'm currently full-time in college.
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