Serve at the forefront of national security by analyzing top-secret information and interpreting spy reports. Direct the analysis of top-secret satellite imagery. Be the first to ascertain the implications of the latest intelligence. Use keen analytical abilities to perceive patterns in Internet chatter. Intelligence Officers serve as a key part of the Information Dominance Corps as they:
- Supervise the collection, analysis and dissemination of critical information
- Participate in reconnaissance missions
- Provide intelligence support to US Naval forces and multinational military forces
- Advise executive-level decision makers in US government
- Lead Enlisted personnel in gathering and analyzing mission-sensitive intelligence
- Conduct analysis of the inner workings of adversaries and develop unmatched intelligence of the battlespace during wartime
A four-year degree from a regionally accredited institution is required to work as an Intelligence Officer. It is preferred that the degree focuses on areas of study such as: international relations, political science, government, engineering, physical science, natural science, computer science, or other academic fields related to intelligence.
All candidates must also be: US citizens; willing to serve worldwide; and eligible for a special intelligence security clearance.
General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you're currently serving, whether you've served before or whether you've never served before.
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