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Scenario Controller


Work will be performed at Ramstein AFB

The scenario controllers directs, and coordinates with, mission system operators, advanced mission system operators, and LSB operators for the day to day accomplishment of the local, mobile, and LSB EW TTAO training missions. During mission planning/coordination, the scenario controllers shall coordinate with customer unit(s) receiving training for Desired Learning Objectives (DLOs), requested U.S./NATO/potential adversary force tactics, specific timing requirements, and, as able, participate in exercise mass briefing/rehearsals. During mission execution, the scenario controllers shall conduct simultaneous multi-lateral and multi-medium (telephone, voice radio, radio over internet protocol, and digital chat) communication to coordinate with exercise associated Liaison Officers (LNOs), direct LSB operators, direct advanced mission system operators/mission system operators, and perform real time kill removal of EW TTAO systems in order to meet customer unit(s) receiving training DLOs. Following mission completion, the scenario controllers shall generate mission feedback reports, ensure customer unit(s) reception of mission feedback reports, and as able participate in exercise mass debriefs. Additionally, the scenario controllers shall coordinate with the tech leads, electronic system maintainers, and information technology (IT) contractors to ensure the operability of threat systems and Command and Control (C2) systems that enable the local, mobile, and LSB EW TTAO training missions.


The scenario controllers are responsible for the coordination, internal planning, execution, and feedback reporting of the local, mobile, and LSB training missions. Scenario controllers shall know and be able to communicate EW TTAO systems capabilities and limitations in their ability to replicate real world threat systems (Ground Based Air Defense (GBAD) and Integrated Air Defense System (IADS)) capabilities/tactics in order to meet customer unit(s) receiving training DLOs. Scenario controllers are responsible for interpreting exercise Air Tasking Orders (ATOs), Airspace Control Order (ACOs), communication plans, and Special Instructions (SPINs) for the execution of EW TTAO training events. Scenario controllers are responsible for configuring the Common Tactical Picture (CTP) digital coordination card for the correlation of multiple track sources (both live and virtual) into a single air/threat picture. Scenario controllers are responsible for configuration and operation of their analog and digital communication systems. Additionally, scenario controllers shall maintain familiarity with current and developing U.S./NATO/potential adversary force capabilities/tactics. Scenario controllers shall hold a current U.S. Secret Security clearance and be eligible for NATO Secret Indoctrination.


  • Current U.S. Secret Security clearance and eligible for NATO Secret Indoctrination

  • A bachelor's degree plus 5 years of recent specialized experience, OR; 11 years of recent specialized experience

Desired Occupational Experience

  • United States Air Force (USAF)

  • Air Battle Manager (ABM) Evaluator

  • United States Army Air Defense Artillery Fire Control Officers (ADAFCO) Evaluator

  • JT-102 Multi-Tactical Data Link Advanced Joint Interoperability Course (MAJIC)) certification


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