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The personnel who comprise the OE TST establish the conditions that provide the Training Unit with a realistic Contemporary Operational Environment (COE). The presence of noncombatants, special characters, Host Nation/US Government officials, and NonGovernment Officials (NGO’s) throughout the rotational exercise area of operations is intended to add realism and complexity to the operational challenges faced by the Training Unit. Both day-time and nighttime vignettes executed in classroom, field conditions on the range and training area will occur.
Personnel may be required to play several roles of various indigenous people in a province, district, or village. Roles include various scripted and unscripted roles of members of the village, as well as roles of village officials (provincial or district governor, mayor, advisor, judge, police chief), insurgents, police, interpreter, and army or other military or para-military personnel. Personnel will convincingly recreate the political, religious, cultural and economic relationships reflected in the applicable community. They routinely serve as foreign dignitaries and municipal and community leaders and must act in conjunction with a U.S. Army Brigade Commander (Colonel), Battalion Commander (Lieutenant Colonel) and selected members of the brigade and or battalion staff. Personnel must execute key leader engagements and fully understand political-military terminology and concepts used by senior military and civilian leaders.
This is part time, hourly, on call work supporting various exercises at Fort Benning, GA.