Enlighten me on the cooler NASA Posted on May 5, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor Enlighten me on the cooler NASA
In a non-descript building in Fairfax County seeing all.
>"Heh. Sorry, kid, that's above your pay grade."
It's the CIA's ISR department, nothing like NASA.
I thought they were more closer to DIA than CIA
Both, CIA funnels money to them from their budget. They took over the ISR role from the CIA.
NRO has members from all over the military and intelligence community with like half of their employees are from other agencies
They look at stuff
They can see everything.
I work there. What you want to know
nah I'm in bed. not getting up
k I'm back. ask away. this is probably your only chance cause I'm moving soon to something else.
Include me in the screenshot at the trial
you have identifiable damage on your card anon, just reported you to DODIG lmao
If I get you free coffee, can I get a patch or challenge coin or some shit?
sure, but I don't think you'll be able to get onto my new duty station.
Most people who qualify solely on education tend to have PhDs, but there's always jobs open. You'd probably have an easier time looking for jobs at NGA or the Navy/Air Force. Radar and missiles are big.
I'm going blue badge soon so give me a break.
>only for non-US citizens
>wouldn't ever have had green bar because blue is automatically mandatory for non-citizens
>I'm going blue badge soon so give me a break.
if I guessed the program right I may have seen you around. I left that program October last year.
I went from green to blue at another Fairfax county based agency. Wish I stayed on the blue gif. When one of your old bosses got a promotion, we picked up his PSD for a couple weeks working out of your place. Very cozy.
>sure, but I don't think you'll be able to get onto my new duty station.
I feel like theres a decent enough chance you live in or near South Riding to make it worth your while.
I've been to the Chantilly area numerous times, and I was offered a really nice position at the other agency with a big office there. But I really dislike NOVA so I took a job somewhere else. What did it for me was reading a blog on intelink from a burned-out DIA analyst. I thought he was right and focusing on yourself instead of chasing a career with the other beltway rat race idiots was the better move. Even if you really try hard you'll always be given the scraps and some Yale graduate moron will be telling you what to do. Why bother.
Join the Air National Guard and get an intelligence job. They are some of the most cushy positions in the military and they are almost all spoiled even by civilian standards.
From what I hear they are getting less cushy after A1C Fuckface Mcgee's little Discord leak. More random security checks and so forth.
>Join the Air National Guard and get an intelligence job
Can you expand on this. Are some national guard jobs full time?
Title 32 and AGR positions are. Or title 5 and also being a unit member.
So you do a 4 year hitch then get a cushy civilian job with the government?
I have a bs in physics. Will you hire me?
you work the Double Eagle contract, don't you.
what are pay/benefits like
You can get up to 183k which is the limit for government salaries. Most people I work with have experience and make 120-160k. This could be very good or bad depending on your career field. I just took a job in the western US for 150k at what you'd consider a "mid-career" experience level, and they also offered a relocation bonus of 5k. Entry level is going to be sub-100k no matter what. Benefits are decent if you have a family or want a lot of time off. Some people are lucky and get telework agreements although this is less common.
I don't think you have an understanding of the IC badge system.
It's not going to change much except allow more joint duty assignments. There are lots of overlapping mission sets between agencies and everyone seems to get along fine.
So what's the easiest/fastest way to get into the intelligence community?
So, what's another option if you're too old and/or would be medically disqualified to join the military? I speak a critical language and have applied for jobs requiring a security clearance, but I never got referred for some reason. Does it hurt you if you don't already live in the DC region?
Thought you were talking about the CAC. Used to be with DEERS/RAPID over a decade ago, and the colors haven't changed since. USID is new but it's basically a next gen teslin.
How do you feel about the Space Force trying to absorb the NRO?
>I work there. What you want to know
do you have a minecraft discord server where you post top secret stuff to impress people?
that kid was funny as fuck. on the DIA Source homepage there is now a permanent banner about the daily J2 briefing not being available due to a "security incident."
where did i leave my wallet
Do you know of any open source GIS software that can be adapted for use as an OSINT dashboard/intel archive/geopolitical forum?
Guam. That is all
really big mirrors
I was surprised how there are like zero jobs. I guess they mainly just work through contractors?
You don't apply to work at the NRO, the NRO finds you.
They have a cool classified newsletter
I have an actual mission coin from that on my desk
They're nerds who steal other nerds lunch money, by reading the number of their credit card from orbit with their satellites.
They're cool, but the real intel coolguys are ORANGE and whoever does shit on Planet Dirt.
Planet fucking what
If you know you know
I wouldn't worry about it
Thought the Navy was farming lichens. On another note, I wonder if there is some DIA/ONI glowmoron reading this and shitting their pants that PrepHole ~~*knows*~~, or is just the ATF monitoring this board. I get a distinct feeling that PD posting on 4chan would cause the threads to suddenly 404, but that is literally the worst place for discussion of this topic because the flat earth tards, "nukes aren't real" tards, and "ayys are demons" tards instantly shit up any UFO adjacent thread.
Doing anything at all would confirm that what was posted about had some truth to it. It's better to let random underwater basket weaving enthusiasts discuss it on their board and get viewed as schizos than to send a C&D or nuke some threads and confirm that the topic of discussion really was something classified.
Hell, they might even deliberately post about it but sprinkle in believable untruths, like starting rumors that the method to travel there involves submarines or that the devices used to travel there have to operate in a certain temperature range. Most people don't have the background to differentiate the lies from the truth and would eat it up. In fact, this whole thing could have been a scheme like that from the beginning - let someone "in the know" like Bedlam leak shit that seems legit but isn't, publicly let them get busted for it, then watch everyone spend 20 years hunting for whatever made-up breadcrumbs you decide to dole out.
The science and tech to get to some hypothetical classified interplanetary base are probably kept so secret that no one will ever discover them who wasn't already read in to the project, but random dudes "knowing" that an interplanetary base exists isn't really a breach of security since they'll never be able to prove it and will be laughed off as schizos besides, or in the best case, make adversaries like the Chinese sweat bullets wondering what the fuck else we have going on that they don't know about.
It's heavily implied that our ATS friend has been to le PD. And he did get busted for talking about the Zapper on Fark. Probably the reason he hasn't posted on Fark or ATS for almost a decade now. I imagine that whatever ~~*organization*~~ he works for frowns upon that, and is probably poly'd frequently and monitored to ensure that it doesn't happen again.
To further add, this exactly what happened with Edgar Fouche and his mercury plasma bullshit. Same thing with Tom Bearden and his scalar wave nonsense. But in both, there is some truth. Fouche has le' rotating superconductor and Bearden has a naughty drawing in one of his presentations of a phase conjugate optics rig lifted from his time at Kirtland and various places around Huntsville. The same goes for folks like Puthoff and Eric Davis. These guys do ser As far as Chang goes, I think they have at least an inkling of at least certain projects and capabilities and are attempting to replicate them. It's my personal hunch that all these vacuum binefringent laser experiments are them attempting to replicate the Zapper on their own (i.e. Extreme Light Infrastructure)
I would be apt to by into that this is directly disseminated disinformation if there was posts on other online forums, but there is literally only a handful of posts spread out across a few threads on ATS and that's it.
I just printed this bread in case it gets 404'd
To say that I am not extremely interested in in this info would be a lie
I know this is code, but I don't know the primer
t. DCO Navy Intel officer
>I just printed this bread in case it gets 404'd
>t. DCO Navy Intel officer
holy shit its so over if intel officers are this boomer level retarded
>he thinks the guy going "hehe I'm totally a glowie haha guys aren't you scaaaaarrreeedd??" is telling the truth
i didn't consider a simple joke before typing
i will sudoku
is that what they're actually calling themselves now?
I think it changes every now and then. Task Force Orange, Intelligence Support Activity, or just plain ORANGE if you go by the naming scheme where CAG is referred to as GREEN.
That’s above your pay grade son.
How would you describe your relationship with NGA?
Favorite imagery exploitation software?
I like when they donated two old telescopes and NASA was like "wow can't believe you were sitting on better hubbles."