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Defense Career Opportunities - DEFCON 1 Newsletter for 20 September 2006  Edward Lundquist
 Sep 20, 2006 01:43 PDT 

Defense Career Opportunities
DEFCON 1 Newsletter for 20 September 2006
Issue # 21
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“We should be taught not to wait for inspiration to start a thing.
Action always generates inspiration. Inspiration seldom generates
action.”
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In this issue (here’s the “contents…scroll down to see the jobs):

1.) RESEARCH MILITARY ANALYST (Public Affairs), Alion Science and
Technology, Alexandria, VA
2.) Ministry of Defense Technical Writer Mentor, Liberia Security
Sector Reform (SSR), Department of State (DOS) and the Government of
Liberia, work performed by DynCorp International, Irving, TX, work
performed at Monrovia, Liberia
3.) Assistant Director for Administration (Assistant Director),
University of Texas at Austin, Applied Research Lab, Austin, TX
4.) Underwater Acoustic Physicist, Johns Hopkins University Applied
Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD
5.) Electrical Engineer, General Dynamics Robotics Systems, Baltimore,
MD
6.) Technical Editor/Writer, ASOC-IQT, Science Applications
International Corporation, Nellis AFB, NV
7.) Public Affairs Project Director, Office of the Secretary of Defense
Contractor Position with Avisar Incorporated, located at the Pentagon,
Arlington, VA
8.) Senior Public Affairs/Media Relations Specialist, Office of the
Secretary of Defense Contractor Position with Avisar Incorporated,
located at the Pentagon, Arlington, VA
9.) Senior Analyst/Systems, ManTech, Indian Head, MD
10.) Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Subject Matter Expert
(SME), MKI Systems, Dumfries/Triangle, VA
11.) Storage Sales Account Executive, Sanz, Washington, DC, USA
12.) Division Manager for GST WV Division, Global Science & Technology,
Fairmont, WV
13.) Senior Technical Analyst, Coalescent Technologies Corporation, Ft.
Indian Town Gap, PA
14.) Aviation Maintenance Technician III, HP, San Jose, CA
15.) Principal Systems Analyst, NCI Information Systems, Scott AFB, IL
16.) CUSTOMER SERVICE REP, Indus Corporation, Seabrook, MD
17.) Scientific Project Specialist, Earth Observing Laboratory (EOL),
NCAR Foothills Lab, Boulder, CO
17.) Community Relations Operations Manager, Raytheon, Waltham, Mass.
18.) Sr. Pub/Comm Editing Specialist, Raytheon, Wichita, KS
19.) Sr Systems Engineer II - Total Ship System Simulation Requirements
Eng., Raytheon, Tewksbury, MA
20.) Lead Specialist - Defense Analysis, General Dynamics Advanced
Information Systems, Colorado Springs, CO
…and more. See your company’s jobs here when you share them with me.

1.) RESEARCH MILITARY ANALYST (Public Affairs), Alion Science and
Technology, Alexandria, VA

Qualifications
Candidate must have 2-8 year experience in the PA arena, Bachelor's
Degree with a communications concentration.
Documented experience in and working knowledge of the Government/Defense
programs.
Excellent writing skills.
Must be able to communicate orally and in writing.
Be familiar with the entire Project Management lifecycle.

Must be thoroughly familiar and proficient in the use of the following:
Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point.

Responsibilities
Ability to use tools and applications to develop and track outputs from
PA staff at Wing, MAJCOM, and HAF level.
Effective communications of Public Affairs functional components as all
levels both internal and external.
Editor's insight and experience specifically in electronic media such as
USAF AIM Points.
Experience in Scheduling - to integrate and synchronize participation at
military and civilian events.
Meeting Planning, Preparation, and After action experience.
Who has been responsible for maintenance, technical requirements and
posting of information on web sites.
Development of and operation of information technology programs to
enhance internal and external communications.
Process, edit and produce broadcast quality video products suitable for
major media usage.
https://erecruit.alionscience.com/psp/H89ER/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRS.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_JOB_DTL&Action=A&JobOpeningId=3872&SiteId=1


2.) Ministry of Defense Technical Writer Mentor, Liberia Security
Sector Reform (SSR), Department of State (DOS) and the Government of
Liberia, work performed by DynCorp International, Irving, TX, work
performed at Monrovia, Liberia

DynCorp International is a leading professional services and
project-management firm serving governments, corporations, and
international organizations worldwide. Our broad experience, diverse
capabilities, and absolute commitment to customer satisfaction have made
DynCorp International services the standard for our industry.

DynCorp International is privileged to have been requested to assist the
Department of State (DOS) and the Government of Liberia to implement a
comprehensive set of measures designed to restore the Armed Forces of
Liberia and the Liberian Ministry of Defense.

Objective:

DynCorp International is to assist the Government of Liberia in
recruiting, training and equipping an armed military force from the
ground up beginning with 2,000 personnel the first year consisting of a
Brigade Headquarters, two Light Motorized Infantry Battalions, and a
Support Battalion. The military will eventually reach a strength of
approximately 4,300 personnel if funding permits.

Duties/Responsibilities:

The incumbent shall work as a team member to document a comprehensive
restructuring of the Ministry of National Defense in Liberia. Working
under the supervision of the Director of Restructuring the successful
candidate shall:

Perform as the point of contact compiling and documenting all project
data accumulated by Mentors and Subject Matter Experts.
Write standard operating procedures for proposal to the Ministry of
Defense.
Provide desktop publishing, copying and distribution support.
Assists mentors and subject matter experts in developing, maintaining,
communicating proposal schedules, and outlines, assignments, and
briefings slides as needed.
Possess excellent communication skills for interviewing mentors, subject
matter experts and the client to assure accurate transfer of
information.
Liaise with other members of the DynCorp International Liberia SSR Team,
the U.S. Government Operations Country Team, principals and senior
members of the Liberian Government and Ministry of Defense.
Other tasks as assigned.

Job Requirements
Background/Experience:

The ideal candidate will be a retired U.S. military non commissioned
officer (E7/8) or former senior publications professional from the U.S.
Department of State or Department of Defense with experience
transforming field notes and draft documents into legible comprehensive
written policy or procedures. The Technical Writer will work directly
for the Director of Restructuring, Ministry of Defense, Liberia. The
Writer must possess good communication skills, be able to multi task and
organize the input from ten separate mentors into a coordinated work
load and developing documents to be used at the national policy level.
Experience in Africa is preferred, as is extensive experience in the
areas of security sector reform and civil military relations at the
highest levels. The candidate must be conversant in the challenges
facing post-conflict governments and reconstruction of military
institutions. The candidate must also be diplomatic, personable,
flexible and equally comfortable speaking with entry level employees and
principals.

Location: Monrovia, Liberia
Contract Terms:

1 year (unaccompanied), w/option to renew

Full medical and death and dismemberment coverage available (medical
coverage also avail for dependents)
- Paid Leave accrued / Holidays available in accordance with
Employer/Customer
- R&R allowance (reimbursed round trip ticket)
- Transportation and housing provided
- Per Diem/Incidental Allowance
- Eligible for up to $80K tax-free USD
(http://www.irs.gov/taxtopics/tc853.html )
http://government.jobs.net/Job.asp?jid=J8D5KV6BV5LV8DW1WQX

3.) Assistant Director for Administration (Assistant Director),
University of Texas at Austin, Applied Research Lab, Austin, TX

Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or a related field. Ten
years progressive experience in accounting with associated MIS
development and a working knowledge in most of the other functional
areas to be supervised. Five years of experience in staff management of
business functions for a large organization. Demonstrated ability to
plan, assess, and complete projects to improve and optimize business
operations; to provide high level management reports (written and
verbal) that summarize detailed financial and statistical information;
and to balance short term goals with long term strategic planning for
business operations. Excellent communication skills (written and
verbal). U.S. Citizenship. Applicant selected will be subject to a
government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements
for access to classified information.

Preferred qualifications
Master's degree in Business Administration, with a concentration in
Accounting or Management Information Systems with a GPA in core
coursework of at least 3.5. CPA certification. More than five years
experience in staff management of business functions for a large
contract or grant funded research unit of a public university, with a
business operations staff of approximately 20-100 employees. Experience
in government accounting and management procedures and requirements;
demonstrated knowledge of DoD acquisition and travel regulations,
primarily with education and non-profit institutions; demonstrated
knowledge of government security, purchasing, and property control
procedures and regulations; experience in facilitating development of
management information systems for business operations areas for a large
research unit or similar organization, including use of mainframe and
personal computers, computer networks and internet capabilities.

Purpose of position
Direct business operations and develop dynamic MIS capabilities for a
large organized research unit of UT Austin. Applied Research Labs has a
total staff of approx 650, including research, technical,
administrative, support & student employees

Essential functions
Staff management of seven administrative offices: Accounting, Contracts,
Management Information Systems, Purchasing, Shipping/Receiving,
Security, and Travel Offices. Maintain effectiveness, cooperative
attitude, and responsiveness of a significant support organization.
Establish goals, assign projects with deadlines, and review progress.
Establish and communicate expectations, evaluate and maintain staff
quality. Resolve employee relations issues. Maintain working interface
between ARL administrative offices and other operating units of ARL
(four research laboratories and other service groups) through verbal and
written communication. Actively provide guidance & leadership to achieve
ARL's goal to reduce administrative commitments for its science and
engineering staff. Develop and maintain internal business operations
procedures and policies to ensure compliance with UT Austin policies and
directives, federal and state regulations, and contractual requirements.
Promote communications with UT Austin contacts such as the CFO,
Accounting, and Payroll. Maintain awareness of compliance requirements
and potential issues, and communicate these effectively to the Executive
Director, Laboratory and Service Directors, and other ARL staff.
Participate with Laboratory Directors and the Executive Director in
management and strategic planning to accomplish ARL mission and goals.
Maintain and update operating expense and overhead functions to minimize
costs to research contracts and to maximize efficient operation of
administrative offices. Provide accurate, clear, and authoritative
information to support upper management decisions. Plan and implement
improved methods of conducting business through ongoing organizational
studies and continuing development of a state of the art business model
& management information system for a large research unit of UT Austin.

Marginal/Incidental functions
Other related functions as assigned.

Working conditions
Exposure to standard office conditions. Repetitive use of a keyboard at
a workstation. Use of manual dexterity.
Work as team member w/sensitive & confidential info. Regular & punctual
attendance. Some weekend, evening and holiday work. Work under stress,
independently & w/peers/clients/mgmt.

http://utdirect.utexas.edu/pnjobs/pnjobsvw.WBX?comp=0&job_nbr=060908010395


4.) Underwater Acoustic Physicist, Johns Hopkins University Applied
Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD
http://www.nationjob.com/job/jhap194

5.) Electrical Engineer, General Dynamics Robotics Systems, Baltimore,
MD
http://jobsearch.monster.com/getjob.asp?JobID=47943737

6.) Technical Editor/Writer, ASOC-IQT, Science Applications
International Corporation, Nellis AFB, NV
http://www.hirediversity.com/jobseekers/jobs/view.asp?ID=1593680

*** From Donovan Beauchamp:

Hi Ned,

Thanks for including the following in your newsletter. Have a great day!

Donovan

7.) Public Affairs Project Director, Office of the Secretary of Defense
Contractor Position with Avisar Incorporated, located at the Pentagon,
Arlington, VA
8.) Senior Public Affairs/Media Relations Specialist, Office of the
Secretary of Defense Contractor Position with Avisar Incorporated,
located at the Pentagon, Arlington, VA

7.) Public Affairs Project Director

Fantastic opportunity to support a directorate within the Office of the
Secretary of Defense (OSD).We are seeking a senior practitioner with
broad experience in public affairs and media relations within the
DOD/Federal arena. Work location is the Pentagon. Domestic and
International travel may be necessary. This is a classified work
environment.

Avisar Incorporated offers strategic communications services to the
Federal Government. Our employees are among the best in their fields. We
offer an excellent compensation and benefits plan and a work environment
that values excellence and rewards effort.

If you are invited to join our team, you will be directly supporting a
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense. Duties include:

Manages project operations. Ensures project schedules are met. Ensures
system resources are used effectively. Responsible for the overall
management of a team of two practitioners and wide range of tasking.
Designs, writes, implements and maintains public affairs projects,
plans, training and research studies. Performs analysis of public
affairs procedures, techniques and technology. Manages program
including task identification, project design, development and
execution; maintains close liaison with the Customer. Includes overall
monitoring of standards and procedures and integration of systems
throughout projects. This individual is competent to work at senior
levels in all phases of public affairs management. A thorough knowledge
of military, Department of Defense and national security command
structures, practices and procedures is highly desirable. Position
requires at least ten years experience in the field. This is a
classified work environment.

Please email cover letter and resume to h-@avisarinc.com. No phone calls
please. Avisar is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

8.) Senior Public Affairs/Media Relations Specialist
Fantastic opportunity to support a directorate within the Office of the
Secretary of Defense (OSD).We are seeking a senior practitioner with
broad experience in public affairs and media relations within the
DOD/Federal arena. Work location is the Pentagon. Domestic and
International travel may be necessary. This is a classified work
environment.

Avisar Incorporated offers strategic communications services to the
Federal Government. Our employees are among the best in their fields. We
offer an excellent compensation and benefits plan and a work environment
that values excellence and rewards effort.

If you are invited to join our team, you will be directly supporting a
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense. Duties include:

Designs, develops and monitors public affairs plans, activities, and
addresses problems encountered during the normal course of executing the
full range of public affairs tasks. It is this individual’s
responsibility to plan and coordinate communication campaigns and assist
with developing an effective communication process with the selected
audiences, including service members, the general public, other
institutions and all levels of government. Assists in measuring the
results of the communication efforts and coordinates the total Public
Affairs Program. A thorough knowledge of military, Department of Defense
and national security command structures, practices and procedures is
highly desirable. Position requires at least eight years of experience
in the field. This is a classified work environment.

Please email cover letter and resume to h-@avisarinc.com. No phone calls
please. Avisar is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Donovan Beauchamp
President, Federal Services
Avisar Incorporated
2111 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 700
Arlington, VA 22201
Voice 703 351 5036
Fax 703 660 8715
dbeau-@avisarinc.com
www.avisarinc.com

9.) Senior Analyst/Systems, ManTech, Indian Head, MD
http://www.mantech.com/careers/AF0206/

10.) Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Subject Matter Expert
(SME), MKI Systems, Dumfries/Triangle, VA

EDUCATION REQUIRED: Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Management
or Business.
YEARS OF RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: The position requires ten years of
experience in Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Defense support
activities.
REQUIRED SKILLS: Seeking highly motivated individuals with excellent
quantitative and analytical skills for entry thru mid level positions.
Positions require an organized, detail-oriented individual. Must have
good communication skills and be fluent in Microsoft Excel, Word, and
PowerPoint. Must be a U.S. citizen with the ability to obtain a security
clearance.
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED/RESPONSIBILITIES: Individual will assist in the
continued development, fielding, and sustained support for NBC-related
equipment and supplies. Knowledge of the latest versions of the DoD 5000
Defense Acquisition series of directives is required. Experience in
Joint Service acquisition programs and as an NBC officer or NBC
Specialist in the armed forces is desired.
If you are interested in employment opportunities, e-mail your resume or
an inquiry to ldu-@mkisystems.com.
You may also mail or fax your resume to:
MKI Systems, Inc.
Attn: Human Resources
1308 Devils Reach Road
Suite 300
Woodbridge , VA 22192
http://www.mkisystems.com/

11.) Storage Sales Account Executive, Sanz, Washington, DC, USA

Position is responsible for interfacing with clients; assessing data
storage infrastructures, policies, and procedures; developing storage
assessment, backup and restore, and business continuance and disaster
recovery reports. These reports will contain recommendations, policies
and procedures, investigative findings, and other related data storage
management documents.

Duties:

Conduct data storage management assessments.
- Assessments will involve critical in-depth review of infrastructure
and business processes used for routine day-to-day data management, data
back-up, disaster recovery (plans and tests), data archival, and process
documentation.
- Assessments involve a combination of automated data collection and
personal interviews with data administrators and IT management.
Produce project plans, project organizational charts, project scope,
deliverable and requirements documentation.
- Determine project schedules and deliverable dates.
Work with other consultants to develop skill sets and knowledge base in
producing end-user manuals, guides and related materials.
- Assist the consulting services manager and the chief technology
officer formalize and document consulting services process design and
deliverables.
- Conduct research to document process flows, procedures and system
functions through a variety of techniques including hands-on and
technical interviews.
- Attend sales calls with sales representatives and effectively
communicate Consulting Services assessment processes to prospective
clients.
- Assist in the development of proposals.

Job Requirements

2-5 years experience in information technology management, sales, or
engineering with a focus on data storage.
- Must have a broad technical understanding of information technology
management relating to data storage.
- Experience with disk and tape subsystems is preferred.
Must have extensive knowledge and/or experience in IT storage/storage
management methodologies and delivery platforms and have worked in an
environment that includes SAN and NAS based UNIX, Win-Tel (Microsoft),
Oracle, SQL Server, MS Exchange.
- Ability to interpret a variety of technical instructions and
consolidate into standard content and design.
- Ability to take rough drafts, informal documents, and interview notes
and turn them into a polished best practices deliverable.
- Must be able to research information on system design and conduct
market analysis.
Must have excellent communication skills and be able to understand
technical concepts and processes, communicate effectively with end
users, engineers, and all levels of management.
- Must be skilled in MS/Office suite of products.
- Ideal candidate will be team-focused and able to adjust to changing
priorities and require minimal guidance and supervision.

Education:

Bachelors degree required, preferably in Computer Science, Information
Systems field or Business Management.

http://www.sanz.com/about/careers/job-detail/2

12.) Division Manager for GST WV Division, Global Science & Technology,
Fairmont, WV
http://www.gst.com/pdfs/DiviMngr-WV_20060823.internal.pdf

13.) Senior Technical Analyst, Coalescent Technologies Corporation, Ft.
Indian Town Gap, PA

Duties and Responsibilities:

Position will assist the Government in Independent Validation and
Verification of the DDTC program and take daily direction from the DDTC
Program Manager

Activities will require frequent on-site time at Ft. Indian Town Gap, PA
as well as quarterly trips to Arlington, VA and Ft. Monroe, VA.

Prepare presentations and reports as required

Research technologies / system performance, then report on findings

Maintain nearly daily coordination and communication with the Government
sponsor

As directed, represent the DDTC PM at conferences, meetings, or other
events

Performs other various functions as required
Job Qualifications:

Familiarity with the Department of the Army and the Army National Guard
(ARNG) Training and Distance Learning Technologies

Expert technical and operational knowledge on the Deployed Digital
Training Campus (DDTC)

Ability to conduct analysis and prepare technical assessment reports
To perform this job successfully, an individual MUST have exceptional
organizational skills as well as outstanding interpersonal and
communication skills and ability to effectively interface with uniformed
Army and National Guard members, Government civilian employees, and
other contractor personnel. Security Clearance: Not Required.

http://www.ctcorp.com/employment.html

14.) Aviation Maintenance Technician III, HP, San Jose, CA
http://www.hirediversity.com/jobseekers/jobs/view.asp?ID=1583436

15.) Principal Systems Analyst, NCI Information Systems, Scott AFB, IL

Develops objectives for programs or products. Performs the more
difficult systems analysis assignments for important segments of
projects involving research, development, and modification of existing
and planned complex systems. Manages the design of system applications
for a variety of specialized and complex systems. Develops methodologies
for evaluating tasks and projects. Designs and implements concepts for
improved systems and techniques for automated production of required
information. Analyzes operations of complex projects, programs, and
activities. Represents Company in high-level technical discussions
and/or efforts affecting the current course of project direction or the
future pursuit of business opportunities. Calculates benefits obtained
by alternative approaches and develops evaluation methods for selection
of preferred alternatives. Where appropriate, recommends equipment
modifications or additions to provide more practical and efficient
operations. Develops project documentation of system functions,
requirements and design. Participates in preparation of work plan.
Prepares technical evaluation of RFP or SOW for potential clients.
Prepares technical approach and problem understanding for technical
proposals. Performs related work as required.
Required Skills
A Bachelor`s Degree in Computer Science or an allied discipline plus 7
to 12 years of direct experience or any equivalent combination of
experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills
and abilities.

Tracking Code: 143020-598. Clearance required.

http://hostedjobs.openhire.com/onlinejobs/jobs/submit.cfm?fuseaction=dspjob&jobid=143020&company_id=15598


16.) CUSTOMER SERVICE REP, Indus Corporation, Seabrook, MD
http://www.induscorp.com/main/main.cfm?f=/joboutput.cfm&PositionID=1320

17.) Community Relations Operations Manager, Raytheon, Waltham, Mass.
CRP101140
http://www.rayjobs.com/index.cfm?NavID=103

18.) Sr. Pub/Comm Editing Specialist, Raytheon, Wichita, KS
RAC102463   
http://www.rayjobs.com/index.cfm?NavID=103

19.) Sr Systems Engineer II - Total Ship System Simulation Requirements
Eng., Raytheon, Tewksbury, MA
IDS105527   
http://www.rayjobs.com/index.cfm?NavID=103   

20.) Lead Specialist - Defense Analysis, General Dynamics Advanced
Information Systems, Colorado Springs, CO
http://seeker.dice.com/jobsearch/servlet/JobSearch?op=101&dockey=xml/e/9/e922f2cb620fc99f3c0c51957593f73c


*** 3rd Annual Sea Shield Conference - Projecting Defense Throughout
the Global Seas   

Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner, Virginia
6 Nov - 8 Nov 2006

Key Topics:
Open Architecture: Joint Interoperability & Integration
Littoral Warfare: Protecting the Littoral Waters: Littoral Combat Ships
LCS
Maritime Domain Awareness MDA: Intelligence gathering, sharing and
analysis
Missile Defense: Ballistic & Cruise Missiles
Detection of threats: Symmetric and Asymmetric Threat

http://www.marcusevans.com/events/CFEventinfo.asp?EventID=11250

*** Lecture: "Surprise! U.S. and Western Intelligence and Warning
Failures
During the Cold War" by Norman Polmar, distinguished naval analyst and
author.
The U.S. and Western intelligence services suffered many failures during
the Cold War, including a significant number related to the Soviet
submarine force. Mr. Polmar will provide a general background for U.S.
and Western failures in operational and technical areas, and then
concentrate on Soviet submarine developments that were missed or
misinterpreted, some for political reasons.
When: 12:00-1:00 on Tuesday 26 September 2006
Where: Education Center in the National Museum of the United States Navy

Bldg 76, Washington Navy Yard

*** 2006 Government Communicators Conference: Government & the Media

Presented by the Federal Communicators Network and the International
Association of Business Communicators, Washington Chapter
(IABC/Washington)

If you're a government communicator, what do you need to do your job
even better than you do it now? Is it new ideas? New communication
technologies? New collaborative work tools? New practices? Other
communication professionals to talk with? Experts to answer questions?
More time in the day? A bigger budget?

We can't give you more time or a bigger budget, but we can give you
everything else, all wrapped up in a day-long communications conference
on October 26 in Washington. We're offering keynote addresses, panels,
and breakout sessions by communication experts, journalists, and
high-level government officials, plus time for networking with your
peers and to visit our sponsors' exhibit tables.

Register by tomorrow, September 14 and the cost to you or your agency is
the unheard of price of $99! Fee includes breakfast, lunch, and
refreshments at two breaks.

This conference is possible because volunteers from communications
associations and networks in the Washington area are planning the
conference, speakers and workshop leaders are donating their time, and
companies and non-profits are co-sponsoring it.

Who Can Attend
The conference is open to government employees (federal, state, and
local), contractors working with government employees, IABC/Washington
members, and students at GWU and other colleges and universities in the
greater Washington and Baltimore regions.

Driving and Parking
We urge you to use public transportation, but if you need driving and
parking information, please visit http://cafritz.gwu.edu/Directions

WHEN
Thursday, October 26, 2006 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

WHERE
Cafritz Conference Center
The George Washington University
800 21st Street, NW
(3 blocks from Foggy Bottom Metro)
Washington, DC 20052

http://guest.cvent.com/EVENTS/Info/Summary.aspx?i=b82a7e6d-369d-4025-8aec-bc6377f5c1f4


*** NCCNLeaguers,

This year's Birthday Celebration is being held 21 October 2006 at the
Hilton Alexandria Mark Center starting at 1800. The attached
announcement is being sent to all within the Washington Navy District
for information and invitation.

Come join in on the celebration as we mark the 60th anniversary of the
beginning of the Cold War and recognize the Navy's contribution and
honor those sailors who served, fought and died during this half century
struggle.

Additionally, sponsorship opportunities are available for those
interested. Please contact Joan Jones at (703)799-1842 / ncc-@aol.com
for more details.

Respectfully,
Charlie McCullough
VP Communications
National Capital Council Navy League

*** Ball cap of the week: Navy Broadcasting Detachment Keflavik

*** Coffee Mug of the Day:   Managed Objects

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