At HB NEXT our goal is to provide you with your needed results and "A Return on Your Investment".Our mission is to provide you with the "Best Value" in training and consulting services.The Exercise contract support position will support planning and execution of Chairman, Joint Chief of Staff (CJCS), Combatant Command (COCOM), USAFCENT, and other component exercises in the USCENTCOM AOR.This position will assist in the development of exercise constructs to include: concept development, training audience, training and main exercise objectives, joint exercise control group operations, overall execution, and after action review.Through our integrated service offerings HB NEXT also helps our client companies, their employees, contractors, and subcontractors focus on safety and maintain compliance in a complicated and ever evolving OSHA-MSHA-DOT- PSC-EPA-EPD driven workplace.We accomplish this by providing comprehensive site-based as well as virtual education / training, inspection, and other consulting services tailored to the requirements for each of the above listed agencies. United States Air Force Central Command (USAFCENT) is the Air Force Service Component of United States Central Command (USCENTCOM), a joint Department of Defense combatant command responsible for U. security interests in 27 nations that stretch from the Horn of Africa through the Persian Gulf region, into Central Asia.This position supports USAFCENT Plans and Requirements Directorate (A5).
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As a national leader in providing industry specific personnel and agile cloud-based technology solutions, HB NEXTs mission is to ensure that our customers have immediate and complete control of field level data / information as well core analytics tools that enable meaningful intelligence from that data.
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During the arrests and search warrants as part of this coordinated effort, law enforcement seized approximately ten kilograms of cocaine, more than three-quarters of a million dollars in cash, numerous vehicles, a bulletproof vest, ammunition, and more than forty firearms (including eleven assault rifles) used as part of this drug trafficking network.
These arrests follow months of intense investigation by local, state and federal law enforcement partners that began with concerns raised by local law enforcement in Aiken, Lexington, Saluda, Sumter, Richland, and Lee Counties about violence, gangs, and substantial drug trafficking.• Deploy in support of the exercise project officer for CJCS, COCOM, USAFCENT and other component exercises approximately seven times annually.