How to get a job at Area 51

How to get a job at Area 51

Are you looking for information how to get a job at Area 51? It is almost next to impossible for most people to work at Area 51, even if one is a decent aeronautical engineer, an avionics-related weapons systems specialist, etc., unless by high recommendation from a high-ranking member of the upper management of the Groom Lake operations.

How to get a job at Area 51

While there’s no authoritative guide on how to get a job at Area 51, one thing is clear—you must be a U.S. citizen with an impressive knowledge of aeronautics and be hand-picked specifically by the CIA. Most of the workers stationed at Area 51 are engineers, test pilots, and military personnel chosen for their clean backgrounds and experience with high-stakes projects.

At present, there are an estimated 1200 to 1800 employees working for highly compartmentalized projects for several defense contractors present at the base. In addition, there are an estimated 1500 defense specialists who are indirectly related to Groom Lake operations who do not work at the base.

The only application form for an “outsider” to even attempt to get a job at Area 51 is through an organization called JT3, a joint venture of Raytheon and URS (former EG & G) and several other contractors. Even if one is accepted by JT3, it will be JT3 itself which initially decides where you will be assigned to, whether it be in Nevada, Southern California or Utah. The application form for a job at Area 51 on in their website. Fraudulent applicants could easily be traced by JT3 and could be reported to Federal authorities.

How to get a job at Area 51: the basic requirements

  • Be an American citizen
  • You must be at least 21 years old
  • Make sure you have a clean record
  • Serve in the military
  • Move to the Nevada area

Gaining the necessary expertise

  • Specialize in aeronautics
  • Advance to the top of your field
  • Apply to work for JT3
  • Get recruited by the CIA

Proving yourself trustworthy

  • Obtain your classified security clearance
  • Sign a nondisclosure agreement
  • Keep what you see and hear under wraps

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