12 Feb

Site Supervisor

Site Supervisor

Location:

Baltimore, MD

Status:
Full-Time

ID:
1592083

Site Supervisor

The COGAR Group is looking for a Site Supervisor to support the Veterans Affairs Medical Center(VAMC-Baltimore). This individual must meet the following job requirements.

  • Identify, report, delay or detain persons who violate rules and regulations, as appropriate and in accordance with local, state, federal laws and Post Orders.
  • Process visitors by verifying identification, contacting agency sponsors, escorts, fabricating and issuing visitor passes, entering and maintaining data on visitor logs or in an automated visitor data base program, and ensuring visitors are subject to screening.
  • Report incidents in accordance with established procedures.
  • Brief the COR of recent, continuing or anticipated events and occurrences encountered during tour of duty.
  • Provide Supervision of Guards to properly perform all duties as listed in this requisition
  • Ensure all guards are in proper uniform, maintain current training, valid permits and certifications.
  • Observe surrounding environment both in person, and remotely using monitoring equipment, and when necessary question those persons whose activities arouse suspicion.
  • Be familiar with VAMC and Capital Region Readiness Center (CRRC) regulations, guidelines/memorandums, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and specifically with emergency and evacuation plans and the locations of emergency gathering/rally points, restrooms, elevators, stairwells, entrances and exits, retail spaces and parking areas and provide that information upon inquiry.
  • Verify identification (if required) of persons attempting to gain access to the facility.
  • Control vehicular access as required.
  • Control delivery access to facility by verifying identification, bill of lading, manifest and cargo.
  • Conduct patrols in accordance with routes and schedules established in Post Orders.
  • Monitor, observe, detect, respond to and report on potential or actual security violations and environmental conditions.
  • Direct traffic (vehicular and pedestrian), control parking, examine surroundings for suspicious vehicles or persons, when required by Post Orders issue traffic courtesy violation notices or report to same to base law enforcement personnel.
  • Direct traffic (vehicular and pedestrian), control parking, examine surroundings for suspicious vehicles or persons, when required by Post Orders issue traffic courtesy violation notices or report to same to base law enforcement personnel.
  • Receive, utilize and safeguard keys and access control devices.
  • Monitor and operate facility fire alarms, environmental and intrusion detection Systems, closed circuit television systems, automated access control systems, communications systems, and other protection devices or facility equipment located on or near post, in accordance with Post Orders.
  • Report potentially hazardous conditions and items in need of repair and perform other functions, as directed, at government facilities or grounds which may be necessary during situations, such as civil disturbances or other criminal acts, which could adversely affect security and/or safety of government employees, property and the general public.
  • Valid driver’s license with clean driving record.
  • Maryland Unarmed Security License or Temp Letter
  • CPR, First Aid.
  • Education/Experience: Possess at least a high school education or equivalency and shall have at least two (2) years of Security Supervisor experience.
  • Be familiar with payroll and scheduling software or systems.

 

Qualifications

Public Trust

29 Jan

Security Guards

The COGAR Group, Ltd is looking for qualify Security Guards to work on our Baltimore, MD locations, qualify individuals must be able to Identify, report, delay or detain persons who violate rules and regulations, as appropriate and in accordance with local, state, federal laws and Post Orders.
• Process visitors by verifying identification, contacting agency sponsors, escorts, fabricating and issuing visitor passes, entering and maintaining data on visitor logs or in an automated visitor data base program, and ensuring visitors are subject to screening.
• Report incidents in accordance with established procedures.
• Brief on-coming SO of recent, continuing or anticipated events and occurrences encountered during tour of duty.
• Maintain logs, reports and files of incidents and occurrences during tour of duty.
• Observe surrounding environment both in person, and remotely using monitoring equipment, and when necessary question those persons whose activities arouse suspicion.
• Be familiar with VAMC and Capital Region Readiness Center (CRRC) regulations, guidelines/memorandums, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and specifically with emergency and evacuation plans and the locations of emergency gathering/rally points, restrooms, elevators, stairwells, entrances and exits, retail spaces and parking areas and provide that information upon inquiry.
• Verify identification (if required) of persons attempting to gain access to the facility.
• Control vehicular access as required.
• Control delivery access to facility by verifying identification, bill of lading, manifest and cargo.
• Conduct patrols in accordance with routes and schedules established in Post Orders.
• Monitor, observe, detect, respond to and report on potential or actual security violations and environmental conditions.
• Direct traffic (vehicular and pedestrian), control parking, examine surroundings for suspicious vehicles or persons, when required by Post Orders issue traffic courtesy violation notices or report to same to base law enforcement personnel.
• Direct traffic (vehicular and pedestrian), control parking, examine surroundings for suspicious vehicles or persons, when required by Post Orders issue traffic courtesy violation notices or report to same to base law enforcement personnel.
• Receive, utilize and safeguard keys and access control devices.
• Monitor and operate facility fire alarms, environmental and intrusion detection Systems, closed circuit television systems, automated access control systems, communications systems, and other protection devices or facility equipment located on or near post, in accordance with Post Orders.
• Report potentially hazardous conditions and items in need of repair and perform other functions, as directed, at government facilities or grounds which may be necessary during situations, such as civil disturbances or other criminal acts, which could adversely affect security and/or safety of government employees, property and the general public.
• Maryland Unarmed Security License or Temp Letter
• CPR, First Aid.
• Education/Experience: Possess at least a high school education or equivalency and shall have at least two (2) years of Security experience.

26 Jun

Analyst

Analyst

Location:
Arlington, VA

Status:
Full-Time

ID:1374598

Job Description

The COGAR Group, LTD located in Fairfax, Virginia is currently looking for Analyst to fill a position at the National Guard Bureau Headquarters in Arlington, VA.

Responsibilities: The main functional service requirements of the position are as follows.

The main functional service requirements of the Analyst position are as follows:The Analyst shall:

·         Compile data analysis and complete IMO-B data entries within GFEBS such as; purchase requests, quality assurance issues, contract records, MIPRs, GPC purchases, or purchase request deliverables updates.

·         Track IMO-B GFEBS purchase request preparation statuses and data collection for GFEBS processing.

·         Retain IMO-B purchase card requests, made by respective government IT representatives, and prepare the purchase request for government approval.

·         Verify and update the statuses of IMO-B GFEBS GPC purchases and prepare a report of expenditures for accountability

·         Document and retain IMO-B GFEBS records within the Resource Management Application System (RMAS) for knowledge management, fund certification of MIPRs, and contract deliverables.

·         Review IMO-B purchase request submissions for errors or miscalculations, identify trends, recommend efficiencies based on annual trends, and propose financial business process changes to correct GFEBS limitations.

·         Identify GFEBS and SharePoint system limitations that contribute to erroneous data submissions and propose changes to standardize transactional inputs and business processes in order to circumvent the limitations.

·         Analyze GFEBS and SharePoint historical data submissions for the purposes of standardizing financial business processes and de-confliction of records and cost control efficiency.

·         Review and edit incoming and outgoing draft memos and correspondence, associated with the IMO-B Business Center for government review and approval.

·         Record and disseminate prepared correspondence to assigned and appropriate recipients.

·         Obtain obligation data (ie: MIPRS, GPC purchases, PR deliverables) from GFEBS to prepare weekly status reports for the IMO-B Chief.

·         Attend weekly workgroups, teleconferences, and IMO-B meetings to offer workplace projects or tasks information.

 

TECHNICAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE (What skills and experience must be demonstrated for this position?)
Must have a minimum of two (2) years’ experience with applicable data systems.Must have previous experience working in a military environment.

Must have excellent organizational skills.

Must have a good working knowledge of MS Office programs.

Must have a good understanding and knowledge of military terminology.

Must know or be able to lean and understand the various military regulations, policies and procedures.

EDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONS (What education Requirements and/or special certifications are required for this position?)
Associates Degree (BA/S preferred)

Must have, and be able to maintain, a Secret clearance

 

EMAIL COGAR ABOUT JOB ID: 18-1374598

24 May

Watch Stander

Emergency Operations Center Watch Stander

Location:
Washington, DC

Status:
Full-Time and Part Time

ID:1353418

Job Description

The primary purpose for this position is to serve as a Watch Stander in the Department’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) located in the Herbert C. Hoover Building (HCHB). The watch stander provides international, national and regional situational awareness to the SEMD leadership, emergency policy team, the Secretary and across the Department on all continuity and emergency events and incidents affecting the Department of Commerce (DOC). In addition, the Watch Stander will initiate HCHB emergency notification procedures in accordance with the EOC standard operation procedures (SOP) and the HCHB Occupant Emergency Plan as well as develop and maintain information data systems and support the Department in providing strategic direction during national security and emergency situations.

 

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

Associates degree or higher or at least 2 years of experience in Emergency Management, Continuity of Operations and Incident Command. Must possess and maintain a Secret Security Clearance.

Prerequisites

  • IS-100B Introduction to Incident Command System (ICS)
  • IS-200B ICS for Single Resources & Initial Action Incidents
  • IS-230d Fundamentals of Emergency Management
  • IS-235c Emergency Planning
  • IS-547A Introduction to Continuity of Operations
  • IS-775 EOC Management and Operations
  • IF011.16 Introduction to Information Security
  • IF105.16 Marking Classified Information 

Required Reading and Comprehension

  • Federal Continuity Directive 1
  • National Response Framework
  • National Incident Management System
  • U.S. Department of Commerce HCHB Occupant Emergency Plan
  • Department of Commerce EOC SOP
  • DOC Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP)
  • The Watch Stander shall be experienced, proactive, highly motivated and well-organized, as the Watch Stander will represent the DOC and stand watch in support of the Emergency Operations Center’s mission in monitoring the status of DOC infrastructure, reporting incidents, accidents or threats to DOC personnel, mission and infrastructure within or outside of the National Capital Region (NCR) to include Outside the Continental U.S. (OCONUS)            

     Stands watch in support of the Emergency Operation Center’s mission to provide SEMD leadership and senior DOC staff with international, national and regional situational awareness.

    Tracks succession schedules in support of the DOC Continuity of Operations Program

     Communicate via classified systems such as STE/VIPR phones, Secure SATELITE Phones, Secure Faxes and Secure Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet)

      Maintains EOC calendar

    • Receives, reviews and responds for further action emergency notifications and information about events impacting or affecting DOC operations and programs around the world in accordance with the EOC SOP, plans, policies and procedures.
    • Documents incoming and outgoing actions, messages, reports and other correspondence in the daily journal. Briefs incoming Watch Standers on current activities in person or through pass down or by memorandum.
    • Recommends actions and procedural changes and refinements in critical program areas.
    • Collects information from other government agency SITREPS and SPOTREPS daily and during emergency situations in order to prepare reports that keep SEMD leadership and the Secretary informed of threats or issues related to the Department’s mission.
    • Operates DOC Emergency Notification Systems, Emergency Broadcast Systems, radio communications, CCTV, Access Control and Intrusion Detection Systems.
    • Serves as back up to the dispatcher roll directing the movement of Security Officers and other first responders during emergency situations.
    • Participates in exercises, assists in the analysis of results, and provides input to After Action Reports.
    • Maintains current knowledge of HCHB emergency plans and procedures.
    • Utilize the FEMA WebEOC System to pull reports on interagency mission assignments during emergencies.

 

 

 

 

 

Qualifications

04 Apr

SPO / Dispatcher

Special Police Officer/Dispatcher

Location:
Washington, DC

Status:
Full-Time

ID:1315511

Job Description

•U.S. Citizen and 21 yrs. of age

•High School Diploma or GED equivalent, required Secret Clearance.

•Possess a current, valid armed DC Special Police Officer (SPO) commission

•Maintain all required credentials and training requirements IAW the contract.

•Must have successfully completed a DHS/FPS Security Manuel and Resource Tool (SMART BOOK) Basic Officer Training Course

•Must successfully pass a criminal and credit background investigation to include previous employment and personal references.

•Must successfully pass a physical and medical examination, drug screening to include a Physical Efficiency Battery (PEB).

Must have current .38 spl Firearms qualifications

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

 

•High School Diploma or GED equivalent

•One or more years of security experience related to central station operations and or dispatch

centers is required. The officer must possess excellent interpersonal skills, multi-tasking skills,

ability to remain calm under stressful situations, and also have the ability to interact effectively

with various customers within a fast paced, service oriented environment. Strong written and oral

communication skills are required. The Dispatchers shall have the ability to follow operating

procedures and internal instructions checklists. The dispatcher must have a working knowledge of

personal computer systems and current software and must have proficiency in Microsoft word

Qualifications

U.S. Citizen and 21 years of age; High School Diploma or GED.  Possess a current, valid armed DC Special Police Officer (SPO) commission.  Shall have a background with a minimum of two years of successful experience in field supervision (served in the Armed Forces, civilian law enforcement or commercial/industrial security force service). Maintain all required credentials and training requirements IAW the contract. Must successfully pass a criminal background investigation to include previous employment and personal references. Must successfully pass a physical and medical examination, drug screening to include a Physical Efficiency Battery (PEB).

20 Nov

Security Escort

Escort

Location:
Washington D.C.

Status:
Full - Time

ID:
1117

Job Description

The COGAR Group is looking for Escorts that will support the Department of Homeland Security.

COGAR is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Qualifications

Clearance: Top Secret/SCI Eligible

18 Aug

Watch Stander #188203

Watch Stander

Location:
Washington D.C.

Status:
Part-Time

ID:
188203

Job Description

The COGAR Group is looking for Watch Standers that will support the IRS Facility Management and Security Services (FMSS) Policy, Planning & Assessment office. Watch Standers will provide program management and operations support to ensure all IRS physical security programs are operating in an integrated manner to protect IRS employees, facilities, critical business operations and assets. Watch Standers shall monitor all  Situation Awareness Management Center’s systems (SAMC), which may include interior and exterior intrusion detection systems, entry access control systems, fire alarm, and CCTV surveillance systems, incident reporting and communication systems.  SAMC Watch Standers will staff various shift for  24 x 7 coverage for department’s operations section  and perform a variety of command, control, coordination, communication, monitoring and analysis roles including:  Incident Response and Operations Process; Incident Logging and Notification; Unknown Threat / Vulnerability Assessment / Process; Participate and coordinate activities with internal and external law enforcement;  Provide update briefings at the end of each shift change (3 per day). Provide situational awareness and operational update briefings to leadership; Review open source reporting, and coordination with other elements within the organization for early identification of new vulnerability and threat trends. Provide reports on new developments in briefings, presentations and other formats to program leadership;  Participate in exercises including real world COOP/COP that may require staff to move to alternate sites.Collect, analyze, and produce critical information on worldwide events to support response mitigating incidents and threats to the services employees, facilities, and infrastructure.  Coordinate, collect, process, and analyze data to produce actionable decisions based on reported data to support operational needs within the collection and delivery of tangible information sharing to support emergency response among the Service and its stakeholders.  Integrate knowledge management capabilities to support Services' response operations and provide interoperable, secure, and accurate information for validating and analyzing information to satisfy the IRS and its law enforcement partner's critical information requirements.

Qualifications

IRS Clearance.

04 Aug

Special Police Officer

Special Police Officer

Location:
Washington, DC

Status:
Part-Time

ID:
164290

Job Description

While ensuring the overall physical safety and security for all visitors and staff. Security Officers perform many tasks throughout their shifts; these tasks may include patrolling the facility on foot manning the entrance to the facility and answering phones, greeting guests and employees.  Security officers act as a visible deterrent to crime and client rule infractions; detect suspicious activities and watch for criminal acts or at or near assigned post which may be a threat to the property, clients, guests or employees.  This position will perform security duties as outlined by contract requirements and site specific post orders. These responsibilities may include:

  • Access control for guests, tenants and vendors.
  • Enforcement of Client and Company policies and procedures.
  • Observation and reporting of fire and safety hazards.
  • Conduct of routine foot patrols in and around assigned area.
  • Reporting of all pertinent issues and incidents to the Site Captain, DPM, PM and the client as appropriate.
  • Interaction with a variety of persons including clients, visitors, public safety officials, employees and the general public
  • Detain unauthorized visitors, intruders or those committing unlawful acts on the client’s premises.
  • Be able to stand for long periods of time.
  • Conduct daily activities, post rotations for optimal coverage, uniform inspections, train, coach, counsel.
  • Coordinate weekly activities IAW contract requirements, but not limited to completing weekly spot quizzes and ensuring subordinates, complete tasks within specified time frames.
  • incident reports for accuracy, punctuation, spelling and grammar.
  • Ensure operational efficiency by making sure duty assignments are clear and the necessary resources are provided to the security officers to complete assigned tasks
  • Other duties as assigned.

Part-time and Full-Time positions available.  Must be available for various shifts.

Qualifications

U.S. Citizen and 21 years of age; High School Diploma or GED.  Possess a current, valid armed DC Special Police Officer (SPO) commission.  Shall have a background with a minimum of two years of successful experience in field supervision (served in the Armed Forces, civilian law enforcement or commercial/industrial security force service). Maintain all required credentials and training requirements IAW the contract. Must successfully pass a criminal background investigation to include previous employment and personal references. Must successfully pass a physical and medical examination, drug screening to include a Physical Efficiency Battery (PEB).

20 Jun

Professional/Contract Security Officers

Protective Security Officer

Location:
National Capital Region, No. Virginia, Maryland.

Status:
Full-Time & Part-Time

ID:
20160620

Job Description

The Professional/Contract Security Officers (P/CSO) for all shifts at various locations in NOVA and Maryland. CSOs provide access control and physical security services at federal facilities. Candidates must: be English fluent; a US citizen; older than 21 years; a HS Graduate and have a minimum of two years LE/security/military experience. Successful applicants will have a valid armed VA DCJS certification or MD State pistol permit and successfully completed a DHS/FPS Security Basic Training Course. Positions require successful completion of: background investigations; physical and medical examinations, drug screenings, and a Physical Efficiency Battery (PEB).

Qualified individuals submit your resumes for review. COGAR is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Qualifications

The P/CSO must meet at least one of the following experience/education levels: Three years of security experience within past five years. OR Three years of military or National Guard (active duty or reserve). OR Successful completion of a state certified Law Enforcement Education and Training or Police Officer’s Standard Training course.  Be a citizen of the United States of America, including U.S. territories and/or commonwealths. COTR may approve Lawful Permanent Residents who are currently members of U.S. armed services (Reserves or National Guard) or who possess an Honorable Discharge from a U.S. Military component.  Be able to obtain a suitability (if required) and all other required licenses and/or clearances.  Possess an approved Social Security Card by Social Security Administration.  Received, at minimum, either a high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma from an accredited institution recognized by U.S. Department of Education.  Fluently speak, read, comprehend, and compose coherent written reports in English.  P/CSOs must be able to complete (sign/date) a Lautenberg Amendment Statement/Domestic Violence certification annually without issue.  Possess a valid State Driver’s License.  The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodation may be-made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be able to endure frequent and prolonged walking, standing, sitting and stooping, up to 12 hours per day, either indoors outdoors, during daytime or-nighttime.  Outdoor posts may require an individual to withstand extreme heat, humidity, cold and/or Severe weather (e.g. snow, sleet, rain, hail and wind).  Ability to remain on port up to four (4) consecutive hours without sitting, eating or relieving bladder/bowels.  Ability to remain alert for up to 12 hours, with ability to mentally and physically react quickly to a variety of unexpected and dangerous situations.  Use of senses (sight, hearing, smell and touch) is necessary to discern unusual or dangerous situations.  Occasional running, sprinting, lifting heavy weights, moving heavy objects, climbing stairs in response to emergencies and ensuring timely and complete facility evacuations.  Ability to subdue violent or potentially violent or disturbed individuals, or intervene in a crisis (e.g. provide emergency First Aid or resuscitation while awaiting the arrival of paramedics or other emergency personnel. Ability to use post security equipment (metal detectors' X-rays CCTV).  Ability to use handcuffs, baton, and firearms at any time while on duty.

12 Apr

Operations Specialist #17-025

Operations Specialist

Location:
Arlington, VA

Status:
Full-Time

ID:
17-025

Job Description

The COGAR Group, LTD located in Fairfax, Virginia is currently looking for an Operations Specialist to fill a position at the National Guard Bureau Headquarters in Arlington, VA.

Responsibilities: The main functional service requirements of the position are as follows.

    • Customer Satisfaction Services: The individual will utilize the ICE web-based application to draft ICE surveys in order to gather customer feedback for: (1) BTO training events, (2) award ceremonies, and the (3) annual Down Select Board. All draft ICE surveys shall be provided to the COR for approval with 7 days of a given event. The individual shall provide COR approved ICE Surveys to all ARNG customers that attended a given event. The individual shall provide a system-generated ICE Survey Results Report that summarizes the survey results for events with 25 or more respondents in the MSR. The individual shall conduct BTO ICE training for ARNG customers.
    • Travel Coordination Services: The individual shall operate the Army Defense Travel System (DTS) as the Defense Travel Administrator (DTA) for the BTO in accordance with the Joint Federal Travel Regulation (JFTR). The individual shall input and process BTO travel requests in DTS. The individual shall review all travel vouchers/transactions for accuracy and completeness.  The individual shall notify the traveler of errors or incomplete information by email and cc: the COR.
    • Daily Workflow Management Services: The individual shall identify any new taskers assigned to the BTO queue in Joint Application Staff Management System (JASMS) or equivalent. The individual may be required to use another tasking system during the course of this contract.  The individual shall email personnel that have been assigned taskers within BTO.  The individual shall upload/download documents within JASMS required to support taskers The individual shall keep a record of all assigned taskers via an Excel Spreadsheet and provide to the COR via the ARNG BTO Shared drive.       
    • Tracking Training Services: The individual shall create and maintain the ACOE Participants List on the BTO Shared Drive. The List shall be updated annually in the month of April using the letters of intent, which will be provided by the COR/ACOR. The individual shall create and maintain on the shared drive ACOE Examiners Roster. The individual shall provide quality control on the ACOE Examiners Roster using Army Training Requirements and Resource System (ATRRS) reports and student attendance for training events as follows: (1) ARNG Strategic Planning & Management; (2) ARNG Organizational Self-Assessment; and (3) ARNG Organizational Performance Examiner. Track enrollment and provide quality control in BTO training courses using the ACOE Examiners Roster.  Track student throughput for the Professional Education Center and Mobile Training Team (MTT) locations throughout each calendar year in the ACOE Examiners Roster. The individual shall create and email the Daily Personnel Roster to the G5 Executive Officer and “cc” the COR/ACOR.
    • Award Event Planning Services: The position serve as liaison between Staff Offices and ARNG in the execution of the quarterly Resourceful, Energetic, Dedicated, and Innovative (REDI) Employee Program, which recognizes and rewards employees on a quarterly basis for exceptional service, achievement or performance. The individual shall, in accordance with the REDI Program Memorandum of Instruction, coordinate quarterly nominations, send announcements to AHS, and reserve a room for the selection meeting, reserve space for the award ceremony and reception. The individual shall draft a REDI Information Paper for a Senior Leadership audience, to include: executive summary, quad chart, BIO of the winners. The draft shall be provided to the COR for approval within 7 days before the REDI ceremony and included in the MSR. The individual shall perform operational functions to include at a minimum: (1) coordinating hotel accommodations, (2) arranging transportation, (3) operating computer equipment, (3) monitoring computerized registration procedures, and (4) determining audio-visual requirements for BTO Training Meetings.
    • Supply Services: Maintain a BTO Supply Inventory Log for all BTO supplies. The Log shall be provided to the COR as an attachment to the MSR. Ensure the BTO supplies are ordered and stocked.  Prepare Form DD-2406 and provide to the COR/ACOR for approval each time supplies are ordered.  Some BTO supplies are locked in a cabinet, therefore the individual will be responsible for any keys provided by the COR. 

Qualifications

Basic Qualifications

To be considered for this position, you must minimally meet the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed below:

  • Must be have active Secret security clearance
  • Must be a U. S. Citizen
  • Must have a minimum of two (2) years’ experience in the field of Operational Workflow Management (OWM).
  • Must have previous experience working in a military environment.
  • Must have excellent organizational skills.
  • Must have a good working knowledge of MS Office programs.
  • Must have a good understanding and knowledge of military terminology.
  • Must know or be able to lean and understand the various military regulations, policies and procedures.

Preferred Qualifications

  • College Degree