World Class Opposing Force (WCOPFOR) Chief � MCTP

Leavenworth, KS
Jan 12, 2017
Aug 22, 2017
Executive, Chief
Full Time
Provide support services for the replication of a free thinking; near-peer competitor in a hybrid threat environment for MCTP Operations Group X-Ray (OPSGRP-X); World Class Opposing Force (WCOPFOR). Responsible for portraying an Operational Strategic Command (OSC); operating under the doctrine outlined in Training Circular (TC) 7-100 series of manuals describing the hybrid threat. The WCOPFOR operates at the operational level for simulation command post exercises to train functional and multi-functional Brigades; Joint Special Operations Task Forces (JSOTFs); Theater Support Commands/Expeditionary Sustainment Commands and Division and Corps headquarters during Warfighter and Mission Rehearsal Exercises. Provide directed support services to the WCOPFOR Commander and OPSGRP-X Commander (Supreme High Commander) in: the planning; execution and post exercise activities; ensure OPFOR threat characteristics conform to the guidance of the TRADOC G2 and collect and analysis events to support the WCOPFOR portion of the training unit's AAR; manage the efforts of military analysts in the development of the OPFOR Supreme High Command OPORD; the Operational Strategic Command OPORD and FRAGOs; and the replicating of the opposing force command posts and work cells; and maintain significant event journals to support AARs; coordinate with other MCTP division and Army Cyber Command's World Class Cyber OPFOR in the development of the scenario and the operational environment. As Team Chief responsible for the daily operations; training and professional development of assigned military analysts. Ultimately; responsible for ensuring a seamless and accurate simulation exercise to achieve unit training and learning objectives.

Education Bachelors Degree in a related technical or military discipline; or the equivalent combination of education; professional training; or work/military experience. Intermediate Level Education (MEL4) graduate or equivalent military school.

   Qualifications 10-15 years of related experience supporting military operations.

    - 20 years U.S military service as a senior Non-commissioned; Chief Warrant Officer or Commissioned Officer; at least two (2) years of experience in planning; designing; configuration; and executing large scale computer simulation exercises. .

  - Experienced in conducting AARs at the General Officer level

  - Knowledgeable in Training Circular (TC) 7-100 series of manuals

      - Deployment experience: OEF; OIF; OND; highly desirable School of Advance Military Studies (SAMs) graduate or equivalent. - Previous Battalion or Higher Commander/CSM (or similar) experience ; highly desirable to be retired colonel (O-6) equivalent or a

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