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Req ID: 0131

Full Motion Video (FMV) Trainer - Mid (8 yrs experience & Bachelor's degree) - Quantico, Virginia

Clearance Level - TS/SCI  (must possess or be able to obtain)

Required Skills:

  • Provide hands-on full motion imagery analysis, producing intelligence products derived from any airborne Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance platform to include imagery analysis on a broad range of issues, supporting national security objectives, senior policy makers, the DoD, USMC, and/or IC initiatives.

  • Provide real time 24/7/365-366 full motion video exploitation in a shift work environment maintaining Situational Awareness (SA) and understanding of the mission and the intelligence requirements.

  • Research Cedalion or its follow-on and other multi-disciplined IC databases to acquire amplifying or clarifying information in support of research and analysis.

  • Produce standard and non-standard FMV imagery analysis products, such as motion imagery summary reports and tailored mission-specific products.

  • Conduct imagery research and analysis by researching imagery to meet current USMC requirements to include, but not limited to, NRO Overhead Systems, aircraft, FMV, and civil/commercial sensors to answer detailed Information Requirements.

  • Create and provide metadata to support structured observations in support of the DoD, USMC, and/or IC initiatives.

  • Provide analysts capable of simultaneously being able to view, exploit, record and touch type (minimum of 40 words/minute) live FMV exploitation comments in support of operational FMV missions.

  • Identify targets and target-related activities by understanding Order of Battle for mission related geolocations.

  • Conduct target research in support of exploitation activities to provide amplifying information and context to information requirements and to inform the exploitation team.

  • Analyze existing information and intelligence to identify gaps in coverage/knowledge in order to investigate all sources of intelligence to fill those gaps.

  • Conduct data mining using various databases, open-source reporting, digital video archives, and other intelligence sources.

  • Provide multimedia production in support of exploitation activities.

  • Provide peer-to-peer assessments when analysts require evaluations and when analysts need to be tested on their position.

  • Conduct multi-INT research, exploitation, organization, prioritization, processing, analysis, production, and dissemination of intelligence information in accordance with (IAW) Government priorities, policies, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).

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