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Aerospace or electrical engineering
Candidates are sought across a broad range of experience levels. Recent experience in one or more of the following areas is desirable:
- defense acquisition,
- cyber security and operations,
- recent Army/military service,
- tactical networks,
- modeling and simulation,
- quantitative modeling
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