How do people get jobs in Area 51?

Asked By: Black Rican - 3/15/2008
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Contrary to what some folks have stated, the directorate is alive and functioning, the military is not the only ones out there, the Air Force may be operating the facility, but civilian contractors are the ones doing the testing, as well as the security. The Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC), headquartered at... More
Answered By: efw - 3/15/2008
Additional Answers (13)
They don't. It's been closed for almost 5 years. They moved everything to a more remote, secure location in Utah.
Answered By: Yak Rider - 3/15/2008
I think they have to be promoted from Area 50?
Answered By: jdog - 3/15/2008
They don't..that I know of. But if they did hire, do you think they'd really tell us?
Answered By: J.Bean - 3/15/2008
This is really really tough. Since Area 51 officially 'doesn't exist' and never has.... they make it really tough... More
Answered By: Azuka - 3/15/2008
Oh, that's what they all want to know. What they don't appreciate, until they get there, is how much more important it is to know how to get back out again.
Answered By: ioerr - 3/15/2008
area 51 don't exist so you cant get a job some place that don't exist
Answered By: The gr8t alien - 3/15/2008
good question! long time ago there were many mystery going on area 51. and who are those people work for? strange does it ?
Answered By: edoedo - 3/15/2008
they are the best of scientists, military that have gone through a rigeras background check and have a basic knowledge of the subjects that they are about to investigate, or have done so in the past that has gotten the attention of a governmental person
Answered By: James W - 3/15/2008
It is a long strenuous process. Very few have gone to work there and return to tell of their adventures. They say you must climb a high mountain in your best black dressed suit and Oakley sunglasses, and then shout out E.T phone home, E.T phone home E.T phone home, and then flash a flash light 4 times and then repeat... More
Answered By: Brian T - 3/15/2008
efw answer is correct, most of the rest are very very wrong. You don't want to work there. I hear it is BORING. I mean it's middle a desert, not a lot to do after work.
Answered By: thereturnoffish - 3/16/2008
They recruit you, if you have the skills they need, , you don't go to them.
Answered By: pathfinder - 3/16/2008
At another base south of Area 51 the US Air force is are currently working on Project Galilieo time travel and teleportation technology.
Answered By: Gary - 12/9/2013
this is interesting.
Answered By: General Zod - 4/2/2014
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