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The United States Air Force has requirements for everything from satellites, electronics, and high-performance aircraft to supplies and services necessary for the day-to-day operation of military installations around the world. Each year, contracting professionals obligate nearly $70 billion dollars to ensure America’s warfighters have what they need, when they need it. They work with the utmost integrity, ensuring that contracts are capable of withstanding the scrutiny of the Federal Courts, the General Accounting Office (GAO), the United States Congress, and the American public.

Contracting positions are available worldwide and include such occupations as Contract Specialist, Contract Negotiator, Price/Cost Analyst, Contract Administrator, Contract Termination Specialist, and Procurement Analyst. Students and entry-level candidates should also consider the COPPER CAP Intern Program. Details can be found here. Bring your skills and join this elite group of people that supports and sustains the finest fighting force in the world.

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