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Mission Coordinator:

Mission Coordinator (MC) is a highly experienced and knowledgeable individual who integrates, coordinates, manages and directs all Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) equipment necessary to accomplish a specific, tasked mission objective. This includes but is not limited to the existing and forecasted weather conditions for the duration of flight activities, and ensuring operating airspace has been properly coordinated. A thorough understanding of UAS tactics and capabilities in conjunction with other assigned air and ground assets is essential to successfully accomplishing the mission objective. Normally the MC manages UAS in a forward area of contingency operations. The FSR will be integrate with all facets of the operation and be able to operate, communicate, and work in support of mission requirements.


Operator:

Operator is responsible for flying all Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) equipment and will be integrated into a flying schedule with site provided guidance. While operating from the deployed location, all FSRs are responsible to, and work directly for, the assigned Site Lead for daily tasking, regardless of parent company. Each FSR will be integrated into the flying/maintenance schedule and is not solely responsible for one area of the deployment location requirements (programming, maintenance, refueling). The FSR will be integrate with all facets of the operation and be able to operate, communicate, and work in support of mission requirements. It is the FSR's responsibility to ensure mission success through aircraft serviceability, system operability, system reliability and operational support stability.


Maintainer:

The Maintainer is responsible for ensuring all Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) equipment functions properly and is maintained in accordance with site provided guidance. While operating from the deployed location, all FSRs are responsible to, and work directly for, the assigned Site Lead for daily tasking, regardless of parent company. Each FSR will be integrated into the flying/maintenance schedule and is not solely responsible for one area of the deployment location requirements (programming, maintenance, refuelling). The FSR will be integrate with all facets of the operation and be able to operate, communicate, and work in support of mission requirements. It is the FSR's responsibility to ensure mission success through aircraft serviceability, system operability, system reliability and operational support stability.


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