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Provide United States Fleet Forces Command (USFFC), Code; N042 (Force Protection), Assessments Branch, Naval Support Activity (NSA) Hampton Roads, Norfolk, VA with subject matter expertise in flag staff level nationwide exercise design and development, detailed planning, scenario development and conduct of the exercise. Support also includes inter-agency and joint services coordination, observation and data collection, data analysis/evaluation, after-action review development, DOTMLPF-P solution assignment and improvement planning for subsequent annual exercises.  

Develop and continually improve exercise data capture documents (Excel Spreadsheets) supporting Commander, USFFC in facilitating the accomplishment of exercise objectives. Knowledge of the Universal Naval Task List (UNTL) and the importance of Navy Mission Essential Tasks (NMETs)/Navy Tasks (NTAs) is critical to this position as is an understanding of Measures of Effectiveness (MOEs) and Measures of Performance (MOPs) development and application. Candidate must possess experience with engaging and briefing 0-6 level and above leadership to include Flag-level staffs. 

Must be familiar with the Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP), joint and Navy planning processes, the Joint Training System (JTS), and the Navy Warfare Training System (NWTS). Familiarization with the National Incident Management System (NIMS), National Response Framework (NRF), and antiterrorism (AT) associated DOD and DON policies/doctrine is desired.

Experience with US Navy antiterrorism, physical security, and law enforcement processes and procedures at the strategic, operational, and tactical levels of war is desired. Knowledge of Maritime Operations Center (MOC), Regional Operation Center (ROC), and Installation Emergency Operations Center (EOC) command and control(C2) processes, as they relate to Tactical Control (TACON) for Force Protection, is a plus. 

Intent is to provide USFF N042 with a proficient SME who can seamlessly integrate into the assessments branch, providing full spectrum exercise planning, development, execution, and after-action reporting support assessment recommendations to improve performance tasks, measuring effectiveness, resource allocation, and responsiveness to emergent challenges. 


Former Navy/military officer preferred (O4 and above or an LDO at the O4 and above level) with both operational and staff experience.   

  • 10-16 years as a military officer in various operational environments.  
  • 3-6 years experience in leadership positions (e.g., department head, SECO, Provost Marshall).
  • 2-4 years experience in an advisory, training, evaluative, or assessor role.
  • 2-4 years experience on a high-level (0-6 and above staff).



Bachelor's degree is desirable. Absent the degree, four (4) years of exercise planning, management, and execution experience as a Military Officer is a suitable substitute. DoD Antiterrorism Level II or III certification, and CHS Levels I-V certification a plus.    

Clearance Required:

Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret security clearance.


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