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Civilians sought to participate in training at MAFB

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From Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery:

In its commitment to provide support to Air Force training, our client is re-creating dramatic village settings with civilians and simulated dramatic situations so that the U.S. Air Force might come to better understand the cultural, religious and political issues that will help them assist local people on their own terms. Team Pegine, Inc. in coordination with Martini Shot Casting Ltd. Co, is hiring civilians to participate in these training exercises. 

Here are the requirements for eligibility:

  • All ethnicities are encouraged to apply
  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age
  • Applicants must be able to physically withstand 10-hour days outdoors
  • Proof of eligibility to work legally in the U.S.
  • Background checks will be required, as this training will be held on a military base

Those selected will participate in a variety of village scenarios during a training session at Maxwell AFB, Montgomery, AL from January 29-31.

 Paid training will be provided for all chosen participants. No weapons will be required to be handled by the role players. Lunch will be provided and pay is $12 per hour for a total of 23 hours. All role players will be paid at the end of the day, January 31.  Participants must work all of the hours to be paid.  Travel is NOT paid on this project.

Applicants may send resumes to along with a current photo.  Orientation and paid training will be held the night of January 29.  Interviews will be held the morning of January 29.

For further information via email or to submit resume/photo, contact:

Rita Manyette

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