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Become An Electronic Warfare Operator

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Working As An Electronic Warfare Operator

  • $59,429

    Average Salary

Example Of What An Electronic Warfare Operator does

  • Demonstrated excellence working and flying tirelessly during Operation Desert Storm, resulting in 100% mission completion rate for three EP-3Es.
  • Performed continuous interaction with national-level SIGINT activities to ensure effectiveness of mission systems and analysis procedures.
  • Obtained US Government Top Secret Clearance.
  • Worked as a part of an integrated Combat Air Crew on board a Maritime PatrolAircraft.
  • Reported to NSA on critical areas regarding Soviet/Russian capabilities and operations.
  • Performed direction finding using the RACAL RACJAM system.
  • Conducted on-site testing of ELINT equipment to ensure proper installation and operations before putting into service.
  • Awarded the Navy Commendation Medal for sustained, outstanding performance.
  • Intercepted, analyzed, and logged Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) signals.
  • Provided jamming support to higher echelons.
  • Directed all aspects of operations and maintenance of a four plane squadron.
  • Provided anti-ship missile defense for all US naval vessels traveling within the ships area of operations.
  • Supervised a large group of avionics technicians.
  • Directed Electronic Warfare Operations onboard a US naval vessel.
  • Designated by the Commanding Officer as a safety of flight/ electronic support instructor.
  • Accumulated 1200 flight hours in EP-3E aircraft, affording me with operational experience in fleet reconnaissance and the VQ mission

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Electronic Warfare Operator Demographics

Gender

  • Male

    86.4%
  • Female

    12.1%
  • Unknown

    1.5%

Ethnicity

  • White

    81.1%
  • Hispanic or Latino

    9.4%
  • Asian

    7.3%
  • Unknown

    1.8%
  • Black or African American

    0.3%
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Languages Spoken

  • German

    50.0%
  • Carrier

    50.0%

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Top Skills for An Electronic Warfare Operator

DirectionFinderProceduresCombatClearanceSquadronVElintElectronicSupportFlightHoursGSMSignalsIntelligenceSigintElectronicIntelligenceEp-3EAvionicsRFAn/Slq-32CentcomAORFleetNatopsEvaluatorAnti-ShipMissileDefenseElectronicWarfareOperationsNSA

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Top Electronic Warfare Operator Skills

  1. Direction Finder Procedures
  2. Combat
  3. Clearance
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • CREW system expert on system installment and troubleshooting in the combat environment supporting brigade and battalion requirements.
  • Received Department of Defense security clearance.
  • Directed all aspects of operations and maintenance of a four plane squadron.
  • Provided jamming support to higher echelons.
  • Conducted on-site testing of ELINT equipment to ensure proper installation and operations before putting into service.

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