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Top 50 Intelligence Officer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Intelligence Officer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Intelligence Officer resumes they appeared on. For example, 10.7% of Intelligence Officer resumes contained Personnel Security as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Intelligence Officer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Intelligence Officer

1. Personnel Security
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Here's how Personnel Security is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Served as unit's security manager responsible for: physical security, anti-terrorism programs, and personnel security clearances.
  • Maintained and updated over 400 critical personnel security clearances and active security clearance investigations within the unit.
  • Managed personnel security program, automation security, crime prevention, map requirements, and distribution.
  • Established crucial relationships with key Iraqi Intelligence leaders on matters of personnel security and intelligence sharing.
  • Monitored physical and personnel security for seven facilities and five personnel units.
  • Conducted oversight and maintained records of personnel security clearances for the Battalion.
  • Managed personnel security clearance processing and reporting for a 300 person organization.
  • Developed and managed the Battalion's Physical and Personnel Security Programs.
  • Managed all personnel security clearance information for clearance process.
  • Supervised the command and personnel security program.
  • Managed all aspects of Physical, Information, and Personnel security for a combat aviation brigade consisting of over 2200 Soldiers.
  • Managed unit personnel security clearances (600+), coordinated anti-terrorism efforts, and enforced force protection policies and procedures.
  • Developed and managed an updated system to ensure that all personnel security clearances were up to date and valid.
  • Performed duties as the Battalion Personnel Security Manager, Information Systems Security Manager, and COMSEC Custodian.
  • Provided Commanders up to date intelligence, while maintaining the Battalion Physical and Personnel Security Programs.
  • Developed the Brigade level Personnel Security standard operating procedures (SOP).
  • Managed informational, physical, and personnel security for 200 personnel.
  • Handled all personnel security clearances for all fixed wing personnel.
  • Managed physical and personnel security for the task force.
  • JOB) Leads efforts to Manage the brigades Personnel Security, Physical Security, and Intelligence Oversight Program

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2. Commander
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Here's how Commander is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Conducted training sessions for Battalion personnel and provided briefings related to various intelligence topics to the Battalion Commander.
  • Developed and Maintained intelligence threat assessments for company level operations conducted remotely for commander's update brief.
  • Synchronized intelligence from national to tactical levels providing commanders a fused intelligence picture prior to conducting operations.
  • Produced and delivered the National Joint Operations Center summary for the Commander of Multi-National Forces-Iraq.
  • Reported directly to Battalion Commander.
  • Reported directly to Detachment Commander.
  • Provided commanders enough timely information to allow them to make critical decisions in order to accomplish the unit's operational mission.
  • Assisted in analysis and preparation of products and personally briefed Division and Brigade Commanders, and key staff officers.
  • Use intelligence systems and data to reduce uncertainty of enemy, terrain and weather conditions for a commander.
  • Assisted the unit commander to coordinate work efforts between the National Guard and the active duty counterparts.
  • Conducted Patrol Debriefs in order to properly display the current threat to the Commander.
  • Provided the Commander with real-time intelligence in order to make the proper command decision.
  • Served as rear detachment Battalion Commander for 500-paratrooper force for three months.
  • Served on the Intelligence staff for the Commander of Second Fleet.
  • Use intelligence systems and data to reduce uncertainty for a commander.
  • Designated Mission Commander and Alpha Strike Leader.
  • Recognized for contributing recommendations that were adopted by the regional commander Selected among 16 peers to create and lead intelligence readiness cell
  • Advised primary brigade intelligence officer and brigade commander on strategic issues.
  • Designated and developed tasks to subordinates to accomplish the commander s objectives in a timely manner.
  • Company XO and Rear Dettachment Company Commander: Responsible for the care of over 150 Soldiers.

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3. Combat
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Here's how Combat is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Created/directed NC3 training/exercise scenarios to prepare organization for annual unit, Combatant Command and CJCS National Military Command Center readiness inspections.
  • Provided time-sensitive combat intelligence and counterintelligence to the deployed staff and two subordinate 4,000 person brigade combat teams.
  • Managed Indications and Warning intelligence during a Middle East/Persian Gulf deployment and combat operations in Serbia/Bosnia.
  • Served as battalion intelligence officer to 1100-Marine combat logistic battalion in Afghanistan.
  • Planned and executed various combat, security, and humanitarian operations while deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Led an 8-person Brigade Intelligence section, integrating and producing tactical intelligence for a 3,000-person Combat Brigade.
  • Established and maintained contact with IC, OSD, JCS, and combatant command senior officers.
  • Set prime example for advisory teams throughout the combat theater by implementing joint targeting process.
  • Researched the impact of Information Warfare on the battlefield and worldwide urban combat trends.
  • Project manager for key train-up exercise that increased the combat readiness of 400 personnel.
  • Subject Matter Expert for air combat and integrated air defense blocks of instruction.
  • Lead Debrief Officer: Manage team of personnel generating reports on combat sorties.
  • Lead intelligence planner for deployment to Combat Training Center and overseas deployment.
  • Supported force employment planning, execution, and combat assessment and studies.
  • Recommended course of actions to Commanding Officer and staff for combat operations.
  • Developed and authored the Regimental collections plan and Intelligence Annexes in support of combat operations during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Developed a Combat Advisor Academy for 65 employees teaching skills on interpreter management, basic language training, and cultural awareness.
  • Served as the Marine Combat Advisor for intelligence with the 2nd Brigade Iraqi Army Military Transition Team.
  • Conducted combat patrols pursuant to tactical questioning and analysis of human terrain in Now Zad.
  • Awarded Air Medal with combat "V" for Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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4. Procedures
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Here's how Procedures is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Managed foreign technology acquisition in excess of millions of dollars for testing and evaluation procedures against developing U.S. technology platforms.
  • Developed the organization s security standard operating procedures increasing mission efficiency by 30 percent and preventing numerous security violations.
  • Identified issues with operational procedures which were analyzed to formulate new procedures in order to maximize resources efforts.
  • Composed memorandums and standard operating procedures to address information security and handling directives of classified and sensitive information.
  • Developed standard operating procedures for assumption of first phase imagery exploitation methods for non-fixed imagery receive locations.
  • Developed standard operating procedures and training programs for information and physical security.
  • Validated shelter-in-place and evaluated emergency procedures and identified areas needing improvement.
  • Integrate intelligence into all operations orders and standard operating procedures.
  • Conducted operational assessment and analysis of targeting procedures.
  • Developed and implemented Security policy and procedures.
  • Advised on and implemented CI/HUMINT policies and standard operating procedures, established and managed a CI/HUMINT section for MARCENT-FWD.
  • Performed analysis on strategic Intelligence to produce threat trend related reports, policies, rules, and procedures.
  • Assisted - Site Security Manager with the development of a Standard Operations Procedures manual for flight security details.
  • Trained new employees on procedures, equipment, and programs to ensure a rapid transition into the company.
  • Experienced in the Air Operations Center (AOC) structure, procedures, requirements, and products.
  • Created, implemented, developed and assessed system security policies, standards, controls and procedures.
  • Developed and implemented standards, procedures and training for the application of small unit intelligence cells.
  • Gained knowledge of security regulations, policies, and procedures for classified information.
  • Developed and maintained analytical procedures to meet changing requirements and ensure maximum operations.
  • Implement oversight procedures for a more efficient and smooth flow of operations, synchronization, and deconfliction.

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5. Intelligence Products
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Here's how Intelligence Products is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Directed, managed, and quality-controlled current intelligence products and strategic assessment briefings and information papers for the Commanding General.
  • Supervised, trained, and mentored nine-person intelligence section responsible for accurate, timely, predictive intelligence products and analysis.
  • Managed and produced research and intelligence products in support to worldwide deployments, exercises and contingency planning and mission execution.
  • Evaluated all-source data and responsible for production of all-source national military intelligence products pertaining to computer network operations activities.
  • Produced over 100 intelligence products by analyzing complex concepts and relationships of assigned countries.
  • Extracted, analyzed, fused and incorporated data into finished intelligence products.
  • Provided terrorism-related analysis and input to national level intelligence products and publications.
  • Produced intelligence products: counter-terrorism, threat analysis and force protection.
  • Increased analytic quality of current intelligence products.
  • Provided intelligence products that were used by U.S. forces and intelligence agencies in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF).
  • Served as a supervisor to 40 employees, responsible for gathering and publishing various intelligence products for all of southern Iraq.
  • Updated and maintain GEMINI and MIDB intelligence databases to provide briefings and other intelligence products on military industrial developments.
  • Result: Produced over 250 Maritime Threat Updates and ensured the timely dissemination of intelligence products to the Fleet.
  • Produced numerous intelligence products in support of task force and NATO counterpart joint operations.
  • Developed new and unique intelligence products to ensure threat information was shared.
  • Trained staff and members of leadership on appropriate development of intelligence products.
  • Deployed five times while providing intelligence products to numerous customers.
  • Acquired intelligence products, material and specialized personnel support to tactical operations in Port of Entry Waleed to support counterinsurgency operations.
  • Planned, coordinated and synthesized research from reporting to generate complex, all-source intelligence products and responses.
  • Trained to prepare and brief various intelligence products in support of full spectrum operations.

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6. Security Procedures
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Here's how Security Procedures is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Assisted the garrison command in developing and implementing new security procedures for Hood Army Airfield and incorporated facilities.
  • Trained and developed personnel and staff on Personnel Security procedures in accordance with local and National level policies.
  • Implemented, trained and supervised information security procedures for six offices and over 3000 classified documents/materials.
  • Developed, implemented, and maintained effective and comprehensive standard operating Security procedures for the organization.
  • Recognized by ARCENT Commander for outstanding forward operating base security procedures in Kuwait.
  • Initiated and implemented new security procedures to support protection of classified projects.
  • Developed and maintained security procedures for site and personnel.
  • Ensured and monitored all security procedures are in compliance with Department of Army standards and regulations as Unit Physical Security Officer.
  • Enhanced unit knowledge of proper security procedures for 120 staff members, which resulted in zero security violations.
  • Maintained, developed, and implemented security procedures for unit of 300 personnel.
  • Trained new employees in security procedures.
  • Optimized administrative security procedures through lean process mapping, reducing completion times and increasing transparency.
  • Led the coordination of security procedures at polling stations within the province of Tuz, Iraq during the 2009 provincial elections.
  • Complied with federal regulations concerning classified materials, security procedures and relevant analytical management best practices and protocols.

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7. Military Intelligence
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Here's how Military Intelligence is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Trained, organized, and equipped two military intelligence companies and seven intelligence staff sections totaling 213 intelligence soldiers.
  • Directed and coordinated intelligence requirements across the division leveraging 7 brigade size elements and over 1,000 military intelligence professionals.
  • Coordinated the flow of information with national and military intelligence agencies to support multiple national and international investigations.
  • Sponsored an International Officer enrolled at the Joint Military Intelligence College.
  • Command and coordinate military intelligence Soldiers and combined armed forces.
  • Supervised 8 person team in military intelligence activities.
  • Managed and coordinated use of military intelligence soldiers.
  • Reserve Military Intelligence Officer Advanced Course Honor Graduate.
  • Lead and supervised multiple major military intelligence projects.
  • Supervised highly skilled military intelligence analysts and officers.
  • Planned and directed all intelligence activities for a Military Intelligence Battalion consisting of over 400 soldiers and 150 tactical vehicles.
  • Received Special Achievement Award and Commander's Award for Civilian Service for superior performance in the collection of military intelligence.
  • Created the Physical Security Plan for a Military Intelligence Company with over 9 million dollars in assets.
  • Received Manager of the Year for training 87% of all military intelligence soldiers on post.
  • Led a 10-soldier military intelligence detachment in the collection and fusion of all-source intelligence data.
  • Reserve Component Military Intelligence Captains Career Phase 1 and 3 (Distance Learning).
  • Served as USAF Certified Instructor of Military Intelligence and Land Component Doctrine.
  • Authored the Task Force Military Intelligence 5-Year Campaign Plan.
  • Company Executive Officer Second-in-command of 100-man Military Intelligence company.
  • Key Accomplishments: Graduated Military Intelligence Officer Basic Course with 97% academic average.

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8. Intelligence Support
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Here's how Intelligence Support is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Provide time-sensitive tactical-level intelligence support to HUMINT exploitation teams and other U.S. intelligence services both domestic and overseas.
  • Assimilated existing intelligence products and databases to provide intelligence support to the military decision making process.
  • Provided intelligence support to operations elements and components of the Tactical Air Control System.
  • Provided operational and strategic intelligence support to meet current and future mission requirements.
  • Provided intelligence support for air operations for assigned area of operations.
  • Provided intelligence support to combat operations.
  • Served at the Joint Information Operations Center (JIOC) providing operational planning and intelligence support to the J5 directorate.
  • Provide intelligence support to national and local initiatives and programs, in accordance with ICE and DHS directives.
  • Led Intelligence support to the brigade targeting process -Conducted weekly Intelligence updates to the Brigade Targeting Cell.
  • Trained, developed and implemented 16 Company Level intelligence Support Teams (CoIST) into combat operations.
  • Developed and introduced new practices and techniques to ensure accurate, timely, and high-confidence intelligence support.
  • Piloted intelligence support for command strategic deterrence assessments which influenced US policies in the Pacific.
  • Provided direct intelligence support for command and control of the Air Force Information Network.
  • Created continuity for new intelligence support position on Commanders Action Team.
  • Provided B-52H intelligence support for Operations DESERT STRIKE and DESERT FOX.
  • Served as functional expert for S&T Intelligence support.
  • Presided over 20 intelligence personnel supporting a 10,000 person logistics unit resulting in relevant intelligence support to logisticians.
  • Provided accurate and timely intelligence support to warfighting Commanders and staffs within the Pacific Command Theater.
  • Developed training evolutions for battery personnel in hostile situations directly affected by intelligence support.
  • Field Office Oversee all aspects of intelligence support to ongoing investigations.

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9. Intelligence Operations
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Here's how Intelligence Operations is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Developed and supervised Division-level ISF intelligence operations and targeting capabilities through all-source intelligence analysis and High Value Target missions.
  • Managed HUMINT team operations and coordinated with Civil Affairs and Psychological operations teams to support intelligence operations.
  • Managed a portfolio of DoD Imagery collection requirements for the Directorate of Intelligence Operations and Unified Commands.
  • Initiated intelligence operations, training and unit security management for the Third Tank Battalion.
  • Established, developed and formulated policies, practices and procedures that streamlined intelligence operations.
  • Coordinated with Polish military forces and host national forces for intelligence operations support.
  • Provided intelligence operations to logistical planning and missions in Afghanistan and in garrison.
  • Conduct of Counterintelligence operations to prevent espionage against US forces.
  • Assisted the Lead Military Intelligence Officer in all intelligence operations.
  • Program Manager and mentor of multiple intelligence operations support teams.
  • Supervised and performed intelligence operations.
  • Served as the senior director for all intelligence operations, planning, analysis, and presentations conducted by 47 intelligence operators.
  • Stepped up to a key staff position with no prior experience in intelligence operations or methodology.
  • Coordinated the U.S. Army's intelligence operations with the National Security Agency, as appropriate.
  • Provided all AIS and readiness support to every aspect of Bomb Wing Intelligence Operations.
  • Conducted site management and built the intelligence operations from the ground up.
  • Deployed to ISAF-HQ, Combined Joint Intelligence Operations Center.
  • Served as a Human Intelligence operations officer in response to vital Department of Defense requirements.
  • March 2007 - March 2014 (7 years) Engaged in HUMAN Intelligence Operations on high priority Cyber Requirements.
  • Executed intelligence operations assigned to evaluate NAIs, KPIs, and Priority Intelligence requirements.

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10. Clearance
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Here's how Clearance is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Tracked security clearance eligibility of staff and scheduled appointments for indoctrination into different security levels and programs.
  • Managed security clearance processing and maintenance for a large military organization with over 350 assigned personnel.
  • Managed the security clearances for approximately 150 Marines and oversaw physical security of the squadron.
  • Tracked and managed security clearance status and information access level for brigade personnel.
  • Supervised the distribution of security clearances within the organization.
  • Led six person intelligence team managing security clearances.
  • Consulted on the verification & validation of a new electronic Top Secret Positive Vetting clearance system.
  • Led the staff to increase the processing of White House security clearances by 30%.
  • Obtained a Top Secret Clearance and maintained all secret materials for the organization.
  • Classify and mark sensitive material for distribution to workforce based on clearance level.
  • Maintained unit security clearances for over 100 soldiers and supervised one soldier.
  • Initiated and reviewed background checks for the purpose of granting security clearances.
  • Managed the Battalion's clearances of the 840 plus soldiers and officers.
  • Managed security clearances for school attendees and VIPs to the schoolhouse.
  • Managed the security clearances of over 700 Soldiers.
  • Maintained a Top Secret security clearance.
  • Top Secret/SCI Security Clearance Obtained Supervisor: CPT Tamara Lee (682) 888-2544
  • Top Secret Clearance with Codeword access.
  • Managed over 1,000 secrutiy clearances.
  • Analyzed battlefield information Conducted security clearance screening of personnel Prepared and supervise anti-terrorism plans Performed periodic inspections of secure areas From To

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11. Reconnaissance
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Here's how Reconnaissance is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Planned and coordinated strategic surveillance and reconnaissance requirements; exploited IMINT sensor data and prepares various user imagery intelligence reports.
  • Communicated and coordinated with numerous organizations regarding employment of assets used for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance in South America.
  • Supervised photographic processing laboratory in support of aerial reconnaissance and for the Drug Enforcement Agency's drug interdiction program.
  • Qualified Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance Division watch officer in 24/7 operations center protecting classified and unclassified networks across 16 Gateways.
  • Orchestrated Countless operations in Intelligence, Reconnaissance and Communications in direct support of executive directives with unmitigated success.
  • Served as Director of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Operations Cell tasked with maintaining peacekeeping operations over Bosnia.
  • Acquired theater Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance assets for coordinated collections efforts in theater.
  • Coordinated squadron reconnaissance program (camera operations, photographic procedures).
  • Conducted intelligence and reconnaissance training and missions in multiple international locations.
  • Collected, analyzed and disseminated Intelligence and Reconnaissance.
  • Planned and conducted reconnaissance and surveillance missions.
  • Directed operations of a Squadron Intelligence Shop with an Airborne Reconnaissance Squadron comprised of over 470 Paratroopers capable of rapid deployment.
  • Led team of 25 personnel to provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance knowledge to leadership in multiple organizations worldwide.
  • Supervised reconnaissance and surveys to determine any restrictions on roadways and/or bridges to transporting the Group's heavy equipment.
  • Coordinated with the S3 to develop collection plans and with Brigade to request Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance assets.
  • Plan intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance assets to support operations and sync the assets with all operations.
  • Team member for Reconnaissance Air Meet in the U.S. and for exercises such as Able Archer in Europe.
  • Conduct research and analysis of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance data.
  • Conducted reconnaissance and surveillance throughout battlespace hostile areas to complete threat assessments of battalion outposts and logistics routes.
  • Provided all-source intelligence for in-extremis hostage rescue, long-range reconnaissance, airborne, and SCUBA missions.

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12. Intelligence Analysis
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Here's how Intelligence Analysis is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Provided intelligence analysis as well as physical security support to Soldiers while deployed to Afghanistan and in the garrison environment.
  • Operated IBM i2 Analyst s Notebook software program to organize intelligence analysis into a visual environment.
  • Provided tactical intelligence analysis of weather and terrain in support of combat engineer personnel and equipment.
  • Performed counter-intelligence analysis resulting in the identification of funding of an incarcerated foreign agent.
  • Conduct tactical intelligence analysis and exploitation in support of Corps-level deep battle operations.
  • Analyzed opportunity cost to ensure accurate tasking of capabilities to complete intelligence analysis.
  • Produced finished intelligence analysis focused on China for senior DOD policy makers.
  • Required to provide daily reports of detailed intelligence analysis directly to the CEO and supporting staff and other customer service reports.
  • Communicated intelligence analysis of the battalion section to the grader; consuming no more than twenty minutes of time.
  • Redesigned the Intelligence Analysis Division's data handling process, effectively reducing search time by 50%.
  • Head of intelligence analysis for over 40 battalion level operations over a 4700 sq km area.
  • Produced daily Intelligence analysis products on the best methodology to counter enemy threats for staff leadership.
  • Managed the production schedule, branch tasking and all-source intelligence analysis of classified products.
  • Developed the integration of F3EAD targeting into the ARCENT intelligence analysis cell.
  • Conducted, prepared, and briefed all-source intelligence analysis.
  • Led intelligence analysis teams ranging from 4-25 personnel.
  • Experienced in network and nodal analysis techniques supervised training of intelligence analysis center personnel for deployment to Afghanistan.
  • Orchestrated and coordinated the synthesis of comprehensive MISO-Centric Intelligence Analysis with superior results.
  • Conducted intelligence analysis concerning the Syrian chemical weapons crisis in support of the 2013 deployment aboard the USS Nimitz.
  • Led analytical teams that provided political/military intelligence analysis to national-level senior leaders for multi-service and multinational military exercises and real-world contingencies.

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13. Intelligence Information
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Here's how Intelligence Information is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Researched policies and procedures, national and international Intelligence information and Sensitive Security Information on a daily collateral duty basis.
  • Conducted analysis of all source intelligence information and produced written assessments and oral briefings covering threat intent and capabilities.
  • Advised commanders, government officials, and other users of Intelligence information essential to military planning and aerospace operations.
  • Directed counterintelligence and operational security operations to include physical security; ensured proper dissemination of intelligence information and products.
  • Served as primary service liaison for joint and coalition intelligence information sharing efforts.
  • Received and analyzed highly specialized, particularly sensitive intelligence information from multiple sources.
  • Provide updated intelligence information to individuals within the area of responsibility.
  • Direct, collect record and segregate intelligence information.
  • Ensured proper dissemination of intelligence information and products.
  • Update extensive intelligence databases, systems, and mechanisms for sharing relevant intelligence information to support ongoing and planned projects.
  • Demonstrated advanced knowledge and wrote high-value Intelligence Information Reports (IIR) on high interest vessels.
  • Collect and analyze intelligence information regarding the unit s mission for the unit commander.
  • Developed and briefed intelligence information for the Battalion Commander while deployed to Iraq.
  • Provide intelligence information to TSA employees and private sector partners serviced by TSA.
  • Authored 250 intelligence information reports from HUMINT and Special Forces intelligence reporting.
  • Research and analyze all-source intelligence information from Flight to Theater level.
  • Gathered, analyzed and disseminated intelligence information Coordinated with and supported various law enforcement and intelligence gathering agencies.
  • Top Secret/SCI clearance - Exploitation of national means satellites imagery and all-source intelligence information.
  • Trained in conducting mandatory classification reviews and sanitization of sensitive intelligence information.
  • Developed questions based off of Source Directed Requirements and IIR Evaluations and provided results through Intelligence Information Reports (IIRs).

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14. Intelligence Community
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Here's how Intelligence Community is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Executed all Senior Intelligence Officer (SIO) requirements including frequent coordination with other DoD agencies and national intelligence community agencies.
  • Experienced veteran working in the intelligence community in expeditionary environments, working within the Naval Special Warfare community.
  • Coordinated and validated intelligence community HUMINT collection requirements submitted by other national agencies for Defense HUMINT collection.
  • Performed both first and second phase analysis of imagery for various customers throughout the intelligence community.
  • Provided feedback on Agency finished intelligence, and addressed U.S. intelligence community needs and requirements.
  • Provided briefings and debriefing support to both Agency and intelligence community members.
  • Coordinated interaction between Agency officials and U.S. intelligence community members.
  • Coordinated with other CIA intelligence resources and intelligence community agencies.
  • Presented findings at intelligence community technical conferences.
  • Authored a comprehensive Baseline Assessment of the maritime threat concerning Honduras for consumption by the Intelligence Community at large.
  • Leveraged US Intelligence Community products to evaluate and understand the threat to National Defense and US infrastructure.
  • Briefed senior members of the intelligence community and National Security Council on WMD terrorism threats.
  • Research and update various resources with the most current data used by the intelligence community.
  • Learned Intelligence Community (IC) production cycles and processes.
  • Liaised with various agencies within the Intelligence Community.
  • Established processes and standard operating procedures integrating several State and Local Fusion Centers into the National Intelligence Community.
  • Published in several intelligence community publications.
  • Created mechanism for pre-briefing and debriefing of deploying/deployed soldiers to enhance intelligence sharing with other Intelligence Community (IC) agencies.
  • Engaged in Joint HUMINT and Technical Operations across multiple Intelligence Community (IC) Agencies.
  • Provided formal and ad hoc briefs to leadership and intelligence community partners.

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Here's how DOD is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Provide analytic support and expertise to DoD interrogators, and inform senior policy-makers of issues regarding DoD interrogations.
  • Coordinated with DoD agencies and external intelligence community organizations on terrorism-related issues.
  • Destroyed classified information IAW appropriate DOD/NSA regulations and directives.
  • Interpreted/adhered to laws, regulations and DoD/Service policies.
  • Worked with other agencies such as FBI, CITF, CIA, and other DOD entities in the sharing of information.
  • Established and maintained extensive liaison with DoD agencies, local, and national contacts within the intelligence and law enforcement communities.
  • Utilize Department of Defense (DoD) supported web sites to retrieve the most current information in the creation of products.
  • Assisted in the planning and oversight of DoD personnel during joint DoD and FBI surveillance operations inside the United States.
  • Served as the primary intelligence briefer for senior flag and general officers and DoD civilian equivalents.
  • Maintained Navy Reserve status with US Northern Command intelligence unit and provided direct DoD mission support.
  • Trained and advised action officers on Department of Defense (DOD) intelligence policy process requirement.
  • Coordinate with agencies, internal and external to DOD, for information support.
  • Interpret and enforce Federal, DOD and Marine Corps orders and regulations.
  • Provided imagery in compliance with OSHA and DoD standards for pilots.
  • Branch Chief directed/monitored all DoD operations in EUCOM i.e.
  • Assisted with the preparation of talking points, presentations, and deliverables in response to request for information from DoD.
  • Interacted with 12 foreign nations along with several DOD and other intelligence agencies.
  • Provided Cyber Subject Matter Expertise (SME) to DoD HUMINT Operations.
  • Liaised with DoD agencies concerning counter-IED operations in Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
  • Produced HUMINT Target packages on high priority DoD collection requirements.

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Here's how Humint is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Performed initial and operational analysis of CI and HUMINT that focused on human collection and assisted in determining source reliability.
  • Directed, coordinated and synchronized collection and intelligence fusion efforts of eleven Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence (CI/HUMINT) soldiers.
  • Coordinated and effectively utilized assigned tactical HUMINT, Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations teams in daily operations.
  • Supervised the day to day operations of a Brigade's operations, plans, GEOINT, HUMINT, and Fusion sections.
  • Maintain a current awareness of all HUMINT regulations and policies applicable to the operations of a subordinate organization.
  • Provide clear and concise guidance on HUMINT operations and RDO roles and responsibilities in an unstructured environment.
  • Managed and maintained 100% logistical control of CI/HUMINT equipment; valued at over $1 million.
  • Coordinated Defense HUMINT realignment in support of National HUMINT priorities and the Global War on Terrorism.
  • Participated in planning for deployment and employment of CI and HUMINT assets in support of operations.
  • Coordinated with the Staff Judge Advocate on all matters concerning HUMINT collection law.
  • Focused on HUMINT intelligence discipline, as well as targeting of multiple personalities.
  • Synchronized CI/HUMINT activities with multiple commands, higher headquarters and United States Embassies.
  • Conducted many debriefings, interrogations, and source meets of HUMINT sources.
  • Acted in accessing possible source assets for DH HUMINT Augmentation Teams.
  • Conducted Multi-Source analysis and full cycle HUMINT Operations supporting AFRICOM.
  • Served as the Counterintelligence (CI) Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Officer (G-2X).
  • Led a 14 person intel team in overt IMINT & HUMINT collection on 21 contacts of interest.
  • Provided HUMINT Targeting and issue Management on high priority Cyber-HUMINT operations.
  • Engaged in Cyber HUMINT Operations.
  • Managed the HUMINT collection team that was responsible for analyzing and reporting current SIGACTs and emerging enemy TTPs effecting air operations.

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18. Intelligence Briefings
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Here's how Intelligence Briefings is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Managed intelligence program for an organization of over 650 personnel by disseminating threat and intelligence briefings.
  • Produced and presented daily comprehensive intelligence briefings to Commanding Officer and tactical decision makers.
  • Provided weekly all-source intelligence briefings to senior decision makers.
  • Prepared aircrews through intelligence briefings for worldwide operational missions.
  • Prepared graphic presentations and delivered daily intelligence briefings/estimates.
  • Analyzed classified information and presented intelligence briefings.
  • Conducted analysis, prepared and presented intelligence briefings based concerning Counter IED/Counter Terror (AT/FP) operations and defensive measures.
  • Provided intelligence briefings to the Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) on matters affecting National Security.
  • Prepared and presented intelligence briefings detailing existing and emerging threats in the unit's area of operations.
  • Develop and present intelligence briefings and prepare intelligence products for all CJTF plans and operational orders.
  • Perform command situation briefings, current intelligence briefings, block training and force protection briefings.
  • Prepared and briefed detailed current intelligence briefings to wing leadership and missile warning crews.
  • Provided I&W and special intelligence briefings to 13 AF commander and staff.
  • Prepared and delivered daily intelligence briefings to the Commander-In-Chief Atlantic Fleet (CINCLANTFLT).
  • Prepared and presented intelligence briefings for CIED ISR asset Analysts.
  • Conducted formal intelligence briefings and produced written reports to support the Regimental Commander and Regimental Staff in planning combat operations.
  • Prepare and present intelligence briefings along with on-going intelligence analysis and support.
  • Provided daily, weekly, and quarterly intelligence briefings that were recognized as the standard for engineer units across Eastern Afghanistan.
  • Provide human resources support, as well as conduct Sensitive Security Information and Intelligence briefings through daily pre-shift briefings.
  • Gathered all source information and prepared and delivered preflight intelligence briefings for Carrier Air Wing strike aircrew.

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19. Law Enforcement
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  • Established and maintained productive information-sharing relationships with other players in the IC community as well as Federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Reviewed all derogatory information from the local supporting military law enforcement agency involving SCI-indoctrinated personnel and takes appropriate action.
  • Developed a liaison program with federal and local law enforcement organizations to minimize risk.
  • Project required extensive coordination with senior members of Law Enforcement and Intelligence Communities.
  • Managed and coordinated threat prevention programs with national law enforcement agencies.
  • Coordinated operations with twenty different law enforcement agencies on ICS exercises and real-world operations in the largest port in the U.S.
  • Handled internal audits and assisted outside agencies with ongoing investigations (Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies).
  • Briefed intelligence programs to visiting IC and Federal law enforcement officials, members of Congress, and congressional staff.
  • Led a 60-man military team that augmented federal law enforcement protection of the President of the United States.
  • Fostered environment conducive for coordination, synchronization, and information sharing with Law Enforcement (L.E.)
  • Served as a liaison with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and host international counterparts.
  • Coordinated and acquired necessary support from the local, state, military and federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Worked closely with multiple law enforcement entities to ensure threats were properly mitigated.
  • Conducted liaison with local, state and federal Law Enforcement / Intelligence agencies.
  • Planned and led three law enforcement intelligence programs covering the Mid-Atlantic States.
  • Worked with local law enforcement on security issues.
  • Maintained liaison and coordinated training and pre-deployment exercises with local, state, and federal law enforcement.
  • Supervised 40 multi-discipline intelligence, biometric, targeting, AtN and law enforcement professionals.
  • Supervised all law enforcement activities within the Los Angeles - Long Beach and Port Hueneme areas.
  • Background investigations Criminal Investigations Surveillance Skip tracing Research and report writing Provided briefings and training for law enforcement officials

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20. Current Intelligence
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Here's how Current Intelligence is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Prepared and gave daily briefings to authorized military and civilian personnel on current intelligence data and possible national security threats.
  • Established collection requirements, analysis, compilation and dissemination of all-source current intelligence for mission-planning.
  • Presented commanders over 100 current intelligence briefings and instructed aircrew intelligence threat effects training.
  • Collected and analyzed current intelligence information to disseminate to combatant commanders and aircrews.
  • Analyzed current intelligence holdings to identify gaps, and subsequent intelligence collection requirements.
  • Integrate incoming information with current intelligence holdings and prepare and maintain graphics.
  • Evaluated threats and maintained complete and current intelligence publications library.
  • Assisted in integration of incoming information with current intelligence.
  • Managed current intelligence operations for 1st Brigade.
  • Served as front-line watch officer evaluating current intelligence, responding to queries from and providing briefing material for Senior DHS management.
  • Advised the Battalion Command group on Course of Action development, planning and decision-making based on the current intelligence picture.
  • Researched, analyzed, and briefed Commanders of the current intelligence threat for our Area of Operations.
  • Briefed strategic airlift wing commander, senior staff, and aircrews on operational and training current intelligence.
  • Assisted in integrating incoming information with current intelligence holdings and prepares and maintains the situation map.
  • Conducted regular training for over 100 personnel on current intelligence trends and threats.
  • Provided Current Intelligence products to Wing Commander.
  • Led Current Intelligence and Deployment Readiness units.
  • Perform database research and analysis of current intelligence reporting to identify gaps, and subsequent intelligence collection requirements.

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21. Anti-Terrorism
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  • Provided anti-terrorism analysis and recommendations for an organization whose space and missile defense assets and missions spanned the globe.
  • Supervised the implementation and management of Operations Security, and Anti-Terrorism force protection programs as an Intelligence Analyst.
  • Conducted analysis of physical security within organization's footprint and implemented appropriate anti-terrorism measures to increase.
  • Led two counterintelligence and anti-terrorism exercises in the Military District of Washington D.C. for Embassy personnel.
  • Conducted intelligence, anti-terrorism force protection, and physical security inspections for subordinate units.
  • Translated Audiotapes from Arabic to English in support of anti-terrorism operations.
  • Prepared and presented Force Protection, Anti-Terrorism and Operational Security training.
  • Force Protection/Anti-terrorism Officer for the California Army National Guard.
  • Executed anti-terrorism force protection procedures within a government facility.
  • Managed all aspects of physical security and anti-terrorism/force protection.
  • Orchestrated department-wide Anti-Terrorism Level 1 training.
  • Serve as brigade-level anti-terrorism officer.
  • Trained over 700 soldiers on anti-terrorism, operations security, convoy operations, information security and foreign intelligence services (SAEDA/TARP)
  • Provided direct oversight for SCIF management, INFOSEC, key control, physical security, anti-terrorism, and arms control.
  • Officer in charge of anti-terrorism/force protection, voting, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, and foreign language proficiency.
  • Performed the duties of the Anti-Terrorism Officer, Movement Officer, and Intelligence Officer.
  • Served as Anti-terrorism Training Officer.
  • Facilitate training on Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection measures, classified material handling, required language classes, cultural training and country orientation.
  • Conduct threat, vulnerability, and criticality assessments in order to create an Anti-Terrorism Force Protection plan for command.
  • Managed anti-terrorism program, protected 2.2K Amn/$6.9B assets!

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22. Warfare
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  • Conducted strategic-level unconventional warfare by advising and coordinating host nation activity in Pakistani sovereign territory against mutually targeted terrorist elements.
  • Provided subject matter expertise for the command in military deception, psychological operations, and electronic warfare.
  • Conducted internal irregular warfare Capability Based Assessments in association with anti-terrorism/force protection responsibilities as opposition forces lead.
  • Provided operational intelligence support to the Kennedy Irregular Warfare Center, Office of Naval Intelligence.
  • Provided Command & Control Warfare analysis and planning support to operations and intelligence planners.
  • Trained extensively in terrorist, irregular warfare, and insurgency analysis.
  • Provided adversary capabilities analysis to Electronic Warfare operators.
  • Responded to intelligence requirements to support high interest issues and special requests as identified by the Commanding Officer and Warfare Commanders.
  • Achieve and maintain the highest professional standards as a fully qualified Intelligence and Information Dominance Warfare Officer.
  • Analyzed threats to, and tactics for, EA-6B electronic warfare (jamming) aircraft in combat.
  • Directed all special security arrangements for Marine Corps' largest Signals Intelligence Electronic Warfare Unit.
  • Ensured compliance with international law, the law of land warfare, and U.S. doctrine.
  • Joint Coalition Warfare Center Suffolk VA - Intelligence Cell Chief for exercise watch.
  • Served as the Division Electronic Warfare Officer for an infantry division in Korea.
  • Trained allied Korean Soldiers on the art of chemical warfare.
  • Coordinated the development of pre-deployment training and drafted intelligence exercise scenarios in support of Naval Special Warfare operations worldwide.
  • Prepared to apply intelligence to warfighting, support combat operations, and prosecute informational warfare.
  • Advised and educated Battalion personnel on Radio Controlled IEDs and Counter Radio-Controlled IED systems as the Alternate Battalion Electronic Warfare Officer.
  • Integrated Information Warfare Planning Capability (IWPC) system applications into IO Integration Course courseware.
  • assigned to Naval Special Warfare Command Designed and implemented security, intelligence, and force protection plans.

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23. Intelligence Training
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Here's how Intelligence Training is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Established unit intelligence training programs for required operations/contingency plans in the Central Command Area of Responsibility.
  • Planned and coordinated all major Battalion intelligence training events during train-up for deployment.
  • Managed eighty academic instructors supporting five Air force Intelligence training courses.
  • Managed intelligence training support to counter-drug operations and associated tasks.
  • Conducted unit military intelligence training operations and security briefings.
  • Supervised tactical aircrew intelligence training and intelligence personnel training.
  • Developed intelligence training for company level intelligence teams.
  • Supervised collection, fusion, analysis, production, and dissemination as well as support to required intelligence training activities.
  • MANAGE AND IMPLEMENT INTERNAL AIRCREW INTELLIGENCE TRAINING (AIT) to ensure mission-ready crews for operational support requirements.
  • Provide Intelligence Training specific to the major events of the exercises to ROK SOF personnel.
  • Developed, improved, implemented intelligence training aids for all base personnel.
  • Lead planner for all intelligence training and operations conducted within the Brigade.
  • Manage all funds associated with intelligence training (MIP/TIARA, Foundry).
  • Planned, coordinated, and executed all aspects of intelligence training.
  • Develop an intelligence training plan to prepare soldiers for deployment overseas.
  • Coordinated and managed over 30 intelligence training objectives ensuring readiness of our unit's intelligence warfighters.
  • Advanced the scope of intelligence training for the USMC's pre-deployment exercise by 75%.
  • Deployed to Europe to support intelligence training efforts with over 12 African partner militaries.
  • Developed intelligence training plan for G2 as well as providing personal tutoring/mentorship to G2.
  • Provided realistic joint and combined arms intelligence training for 10 MRXs per year.

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Here's how Squadron is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Supervised four Intelligence personnel in providing an EA-6B squadron with current and operational intelligence.
  • Managed personnel and physical security requirements for the 900-soldier squadron, and served as unit expert on anti-terrorism measures.
  • Coordinated squadron efforts for NATO air strikes in Bosnia as chief of the mission planning cell.
  • Constructed and scheduled fitness program for over 30 squadron members, to include nutrition and metrics.
  • Hand selected as the Senior Squadron Liaison for multiple combat operations managing intelligence and processing detainees.
  • Deployed three times with the squadron to perform anti-submarine and maritime security missions overseas.
  • Expanded briefings and provided real time intelligence specific to the squadron's mission.
  • Planned and implemented Squadron VTC Standard Operating Procedures while operating in IRAQ.
  • Organized Squadron Military Spouse Brunch, saved $600 in costs.
  • Supported the squadron EW and IO in defense of South Korea.
  • Instituted program to manage personnel clearances for entire 300-person squadron.
  • Ranked top 5 out of 16 officers on Squadron staff.
  • Selected as Air Intelligence Officer for Patrol Squadron 94.
  • Volunteered to stand-up of new F-16 Fighter Squadron.
  • Maintained the Squadron Key and Lock Control Program.
  • Synchronized multi-agency military and civilian intelligence partners with 21 PR coordination cells and five rescue squadrons for 24/7 AOR PR coverage.
  • Provided cyber, threat/security and world view briefs and analyses to squadron and Wing Commander/staff.
  • Deployed to Thailand twice as an integral part of the squadron and division intelligence team.
  • Served with the 1st Squadron, 4th U.S. Cavalry Regiment in Schweinfurt, Germany.
  • Air Intelligence Officer assigned to an A-6 Intruder squadron aboard the USS Midway CVA-41 homeported in Yokosuka, Japan.

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25. ISR
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Here's how ISR is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Conducted information operations in support of combat operations, including military deception to disrupt enemy operations.
  • Created competent/Law Enforcement enterprise capable of detecting, deterring, and disrupting terrorist activities.
  • Coordinated and instructed 80 Air Intelligence Liaison students per year on Nontraditional ISR (NTISR) capabilities of the F-16.
  • Monitored and interpreted collection versus satisfaction rate in order to brief leadership on the effectiveness of their ISR assets.
  • Staffed Military Intelligence products to the commander including Intelligence products, ISR Scheduling, Matrix, and Current Operations.
  • Manage, plan and integrate with subordinate unit operations the targeting deck for all ISR and UAV reconnaissance.
  • Utilized ISR assets to develop counter terrorism products and to produce pattern analysis and patterns of life data.
  • Coordinated ISR for nine high level partnered operations for Special Operations Task Force-North East (SOTF-NE).
  • Assisted in coordinating Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) support for a large named operation.
  • Organized, requested, and directed ISR assets as well as local SIGINT and HUMINT teams.
  • Awarded Outstanding Team by DNI as leader of U2 Capabilities ISR assessment study in 2010.
  • Supported 25 combat missions, resulting in 70% disruption of terrorist leadership & infrastructure.
  • Conducted IRS gap analysis for JIEDDO JCOE support to ISR training for JIEDDO.
  • Provided dynamic re-tasking to Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) assets.
  • Coordinated Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) requests to answer intelligence gaps.
  • Deployed as Deputy Director ISR, NATO Special Operations Component Command-AFG.
  • Directed the development and fielding of critical joint warfighting intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) systems and architectures.
  • Applied PMP principles leading multi-functional ISR projects; assessed and reviewed project schedules to fix weaknesses and process inefficiencies.
  • Provided relevant information regarding ISR programs during conference calls/VTCs to explain issues, propose solutions and give status updates.
  • Planned ISR for every tactical operation for the six Special Operations Detachments within Parwan, Kapisa, and Kabul provinces.

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Here's how Sigint is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Provided SIGINT-derived products to support Division lethal and non-lethal targeting efforts.
  • Created detailed SOP regarding tactical SIGINT collection operations.
  • Coordinated several collection platforms including SIGINT, OSINT and overt collection operations with CI/HUMINT operations to fulfill the all-source fusion process.
  • Provided daily intelligence updates of current and future threats based on HUMINT, IMINT, and SIGINT research and analysis.
  • Advised maneuver element commanders on the placement, and tactical employment of assigned HUMINT, SIGINT, and CI assets.
  • Plan, direct, program, supervise and exercise technical supervision of tactical, operational and strategic SIGINT operations.
  • Guided and directed collection and processing of SIGINT, GEOINT and HUMINT in support of all source analysis.
  • Monitored real-time ISR feeds (SIGINT, IMINT, and MASINT) in support of Personality Targeting efforts.
  • Integrated all intelligence disciplines - SIGINT, HUMINT and IMINT - into the battalion's operating picture.
  • GENERAL JOB EXPERIENCE: - Imagery analyst, SIGINT officer, Officer-In-Charge of overseas cadre of collectors.
  • Served as an Intelligence Officer working IMINT and SIGINT Collection Requirements for the Defense Intelligence Agency.
  • Maintain the System Security Authorization Agreement (SSAA) for the TES-FWD1/ DECGS and SIGINT section.
  • Implemented the pursuit of new, unique responses to difficult SIGINT target parameters and/or conditions.
  • Created fused intelligence estimates and reports that incorporated IMINT, HUMINT, and SIGINT analysis.
  • Provide framework for successful employment of SIGINT, HUMINT and counterintelligence.
  • Led CJSOTF-A SIGINT Targeting operations for 3 deployed rotations to OEF.
  • Liaised with counterparts within AFOSI and DOS DSS regarding HUMINT, SIGINT, and OSINT.
  • Influenced national level decision-makers which resulted in increased SIGINT analytical support and personnel to CJSOTF-A's mission.
  • Coordinated theater and national SIGINT resources to answer Commanding General's Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIRs)
  • Managed the manning, training and equipment requirements for the Intelligence, Electronic Warfare and SIGINT/Cryptology programs for eight naval vessels.

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27. Intelligence Collection
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Here's how Intelligence Collection is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Assist in synchronizing intelligence collection operations between the intelligence fusion cell, subordinate, adjacent and higher echelon units.
  • Coordinated and managed the activities of organic, attached and assigned intelligence assets and provided advice on intelligence collection.
  • Managed intelligence collection efforts against the commander's requirements and regularly solicited assessments from customers on collection efforts.
  • Managed and delivered the battalion intelligence contingency funds to support the human intelligence collection assets throughout Iraq.
  • Coordinated with higher, adjacent and supporting units to define Intelligence collection requirements and employ assets effectively.
  • Managed aviation assets and an aviation synchronization matrix of manned and unmanned aircraft for intelligence collection.
  • Advised senior level commanders on the applications and uses of strategic and operational intelligence collection assets.
  • Supervised 15-member team in intelligence collection and analysis in support of an Operational Net Assessment program.
  • Managed a critical airborne intelligence collection program, including electronic photography and high resolution cameras.
  • Planned and executed technical intelligence collection within a team of 8 intelligence professionals.
  • Trained 120 foreign Iraqi National Police Officers in intelligence collection and operations.
  • Directed tasking of intelligence collection assets; produced threat estimates to support doctrine, training, and combat developments.
  • Identified as the most effective intelligence officer in the 5,000-person unit in terms of intelligence collection.
  • Initiated a 500 hour intelligence collection program that increased employee safety and decreased shipment times.
  • Manage the intelligence collection and surveillance program to gain leverage over the opposition.
  • Performed intelligence collection, analysis, and disemination for theater and national intelligence stakeholders.
  • Translated abstract analytical requirements and information objectives, and developed Imagery Intelligence collection strategies.
  • Utilized mis-attribution technology and signature reductions techniques to conduct intelligence collection operations.
  • Managed several intelligence collection, fusion, & dissemination projects simultaneously on a daily basis while also maintaining a 24/7 watch.
  • Managed onboard intelligence collection systems and associated property totaling more than $12 million.

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28. Information Technology
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  • Identify Information Technology solutions capable of automating the Support Request process.
  • Manage a company of 150 Soldiers which consisted of Administration, Supply, Operations, Intelligence and Information Technology departments.

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29. Medal
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  • Coordinated classified security programs (awarded Naval Achievement medal for security organization).
  • Awarded a Navy Commendation medal for performance of information security operations.
  • Awarded AF Commendation Medal for his outstanding service and dedication
  • Awarded Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal for superior performance
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medals for meritorious service.
  • Earned the Army Achievement Medal for superior performance in the planning and executing of a two week long training exercise.
  • Awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal in recognition for meritorious service during this 12 month deployment.
  • Received numerous awards, medals and coins from Generals and Senior Staff for outstanding briefings.
  • Awarded a Navy & Marine Corps Achievement Medal for professional achievement in this position.
  • Awarded Bronze Star Medal for Leadership and Meritorious Service as Brigade Level Intelligence Officer.
  • Received a military medal for exemplary performance in the execution of my duties.
  • Received Navy Achievement Medal Second Award in 1989 and 1999 for outstanding performance.
  • Awarded Navy Marine Corps Commendation Medal for superb performance of duties.
  • Earned Air Force Commendation Medal during post for meritorious service.
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal for meritorious performance of duties.
  • Awarded Meritorious Service Medal for duty in Iraq.
  • Awarded Joint Service Commendation Medal for work.
  • Obtained Navy Commendation Medal (2003).
  • Awarded Medal of Commendation for accomplishments running a 8 week long nation-wide training exercise
  • Awarded the Army Commendation Medal.

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30. Intelligence Preparation
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Here's how Intelligence Preparation is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Provided market intelligence template to the Battalion Commander and five Recruiting Company Commanders through an Intelligence Preparation of the Marketplace process.
  • Supervised the creation of Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield products and Battalion Operations Orders for approximately 10 brigade-sized Mission Readiness Exercises.
  • Conduct intelligence preparation of the battlefield for irregular urban conflicts and regional security and stability operations.
  • Ensured superior levels of education and intelligence preparation for all Soldiers and Civilians within the Battalion.
  • Prepared Intelligence Preparation of Battlefield Products in collaboration with Battalion Intelligence section.
  • Conduct Intelligence Preparation of the Operational Environment.
  • Conducted Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield.
  • Supervised the development of intelligence preparation of the environment (IPE) for all regions potentially affected during a domestic disaster.
  • Provided Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) analysis to support MP missions throughout the Republic of Korea.
  • Produced Intelligence Preparation of The Battlefield (IPB) products to accurately inform the Commander and meet his intent.
  • Conduct Civic Intelligence Preparation of Battlefield and integrate ISR plan with higher echelon unit for natural disasters.
  • Perform intelligence preparation of the battlefield to assist the commander s decision making process.
  • Led all 321st Special Operations Unit squadron intelligence preparations for Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Assist in the intelligence preparation of the battlefield for worldwide contingency missions.
  • Conduct Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield using information from all sources.
  • Prepared Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield (IPB) products.
  • Conducted intelligence preparation of the battlefield to focus artillery fires and ensure battalion survivability and mobility.
  • Lead the Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield ensuring relevant intelligence data was included in the decision making process of military leaders.
  • Lead the staff development of Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace.
  • Develop and assess friendly/threat Courses of Actions (COAs) utilizing Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield/Battlespace (IPB).

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  • Negotiated mutually supportive solutions to satisfy customer needs and meet program goals/objectives; avoided conflicts during intensive dialogue to foster camaraderie.
  • Identified business events pertaining to administrative, criminal booking processes, and developed process diagrams to depict these processes/use cases.
  • Provided numerous recommendations, many of which were immediately implemented, for streamlining critical processes and improving overall training program.
  • Served as the DIA representative for the National Intelligence Council Intelligence Community Assessment forecasting impact of global humanitarian emergencies.
  • Coordinated and ensured that security inspections were conducted appropriately and deficiencies are resolved immediately.
  • Managed a Division level Anti-terrorism/force protection exercise, informing over 5,000 Soldiers of enemy capabilities and threats in the immediate area.
  • Alarm System Manager and safe custodian, responsible for safekeeping of classified vault, controlling individual access.
  • Performed as an intelligence officer assigned to the DIA Office of Counterintelligence from 2006 to 2008.
  • Performed all aspects of imagery review and reporting to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA).
  • Build metrics with directional, diagnostic, and historical trending - strategic and operational.
  • Trained as an Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty inspector.
  • March 2008 - Supervised all sensitive DIA collection operations and platforms world-wide.
  • Represented DIA at IC military industries meetings and conferences.
  • Recalled to active duty by NCIS immediately after 9/11 to provide counterintelligence/counterterrorism support for naval facilities and operations.
  • Deconflicted and prioritized intelligence collection requirements for immediate PR operations.
  • Served as a Signal Brigade S2 officer in charge for the Ulchi Freedom Guardian Exercise in Korea, 2012.
  • Graduate of DIA's Joint Military Attach School's Reserve Support Course.
  • Functioned as a DIA Liaison across multiple intelligence community agencies for mutual Cyber issues.
  • Forged and maintained synergetic relationships with organizations within Intelligence Community, while promoting/protecting DIA's interests as related to HUMINT.
  • Established new DIA offices in Mosul, Kirkuk and Ramadi, Iraq, for intelligence support operations ..

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32. All-Source Analysis
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  • Provided tactical and operational all-source analysis intelligence products to multiple military units and staffs.
  • Identified and qualified risk variables; increased all-source analysis and intelligence collection capabilities.
  • Performed globally focused strategic-level all-source analysis and NC3 adaptive planning.
  • Supervised daily fusion production requirements and all-source analysis.
  • Conducted all-source analysis in support of the J2 Libya Crisis Cell; authored >50 slides for the CJCS/J2 daily briefing.
  • Provided all-source analysis of the local area threat and threat to the flying mission

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33. Platoon
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Here's how Platoon is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Coordinate and synchronize training between multiple Intelligence Platoons to ensure a unified approach to intelligence collection.
  • Serve as platoon leader in charge of supervising and leading 30-40 soldiers, and work with an enlisted platoon sergeant.
  • Commanded and trained the Anti-Armor Company and Heavy Mortar Platoon for support of a combined Tank/Mechanized Infantry Battalion.
  • Served as a Battalion Intelligence Officer, Surveillance Platoon Leader, and Brigade Tactical Intelligence Officer.
  • Led a platoon consisting of 30 Human Intelligence Soldiers in preparation for deployment to Afghanistan.
  • Increased leadership abilities focusing on squad and platoon level leadership and troop leading procedures.
  • Counseled senior Non-Commissioned Officers within the platoon as well as junior platoon leaders.
  • Commanded an artillery platoon of 50 soldiers, accountable for training and operations.
  • Led as Platoon Leader of eight Soldiers, ensuring readiness of all soldiers.
  • Focused weapons training led to 97% qualification rate within the platoon.
  • Coordinated 200 hours of individual language training for the MFT Platoon.
  • Led an S-2 Battle Staff and a Ground Surveillance Radar Platoon.
  • Planned and coordinated numerous weapon ranges as a platoon leader.
  • Managed training and readiness of a 15 member communications platoon.
  • Led platoon in combat operations during Operation Just Cause.
  • Managed the establishment of UAV platoons in Afghanistan.
  • Supervised and commanded a platoon of 42 soldiers.
  • Led platoon of 25 Marines.
  • Lead Platoon of 40-50 soldiers on combat patrols Interviewed local Afghan intelligence sources
  • Performed mounted and dismounted patrols with Security Force platoon on specific missions.

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Here's how Facility is used in Intelligence Officer jobs:
  • Operated a secured compartmentalized information facility (Top Secret) and supervised the collection, analysis and dissemination of intelligence information.
  • Provided oversight and management of all installation Intelligence, Security and language training programs, training facility operations, and funding.
  • Organized and requested air support for the first fixed-facility retrograde in Eastern Afghanistan to ensure Soldier safety and mission accomplishment.
  • Managed creation/review of nearly 5,000 component/facility records and supervised production and Quality Controlled over 400 facility shell records.
  • Facilitated communication between the facility Infirmary/Hospital and Inpatient/Outpatient Mental Health agencies/personnel and the Security personnel.
  • Provide physical security reviews of facility utilizing OPSEC concepts, provide recommendations as necessary.
  • Reported and recommended changes to facility managers on all noted deficiencies.
  • Collected and Inputted Intelligence into the Camden County Correctional Facility Database.
  • Photographed and reported gang related members activity in the facility.
  • Maintained security clearances and physical security for facility.
  • Conduct all facility Internal Investigations.
  • Performed all accounting and inventory of a seventy man dining facility with a monthly budget of $10,000.
  • Researched, planned, programmed, and executed $40,000 facility upgrade project leading to TFI accreditation.
  • Led team of 10 analysts which produced underground facility (UGF) GEMINI/MIDB database records.
  • Provided guidance and ensured that each facility are within Army's regulations.
  • Populated GEMINI/MIDB databases with foreign cave and underground facility records.
  • Managed a portfolio of facility characterizations being produced by the greater UFAC and specifically supporting USCOCOMs.
  • Collaborated with network technicians in development of Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility.
  • Prevented a civi lawsuit against the facility regarding a negligence complaint over a personal injury to an inmate.
  • Supervised the construction and accreditation of a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) with NASA Net Access.

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35. Intelligence Requirements
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  • Coordinated Prioritized Intelligence Requirements with all Headquarters, US Forces Korea intelligence divisions and with Korean counterparts under simulated wartime conditions.
  • Conduct research and analysis utilizing various government resources to identify and prioritize information based on current and active intelligence requirements.
  • Designed and implemented unilateral and cooperative operations that inflicted irreparable damage against narcotics organizations in support of U.S. intelligence requirements.
  • Coordinated with joint forces, coalition forces and contractors for timely intelligence requirements and intelligence assets support.
  • Developed, maintained and updated collection plans based on the supported Commander's Priority Intelligence Requirements.
  • Coordinated complex intelligence requirements, collection management, and information flow processes for unit operations.
  • Coordinated intelligence gathering from theater and national level assets in support priority intelligence requirements.
  • Briefed senior management on critical analysis, which responds to priority intelligence requirements.
  • Aided in the identification of finding correct intelligence requirements for specific intelligence reports.
  • Produced 120 intelligence requirements that resulted in 400 detailed intelligence reports.
  • Managed 8 Marines collecting on national-level intelligence requirements.
  • Integrate information from various sources into a concise, and comprehensive product which meet intelligence requirements and adhere to community standards.
  • Translated commanders' Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIR) into real time tasks for UAS operators and other intelligence collectors.
  • Provided timely, accurate, relevant and predictive intelligence in support of the Commander's Intelligence Requirements.
  • Coordinated the brigade's intelligence efforts in direct support of the brigade commander's priority intelligence requirements.
  • Focused each section on answering Priority Intelligence Requirements and supporting the battle staff in all planning.
  • Supported the commanders, subordinate units, and higher headquarters to answer their intelligence requirements.
  • Created and briefed all intelligence requirements for the battalion.
  • Developed intelligence requirements and managed analysis and production for a multi-national training exercise of over 2300 NATO Soldiers in Germany.
  • Worked directly with Brigade and Division G-2 staff for the TCPED of the organizations intelligence requirements.

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36. Intelligence Analysts
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  • Managed and oversaw six intelligence analysts researching and analyzing intelligence information to develop targeting and threat assessment products.
  • Led 2 intelligence analysts during development of products to support peacekeeping operations.
  • Supervised and provided leadership to a team of all-source intelligence analysts.
  • Participated in screening process for hiring counter-IED intelligence analysts.
  • Managed funding for training support of intelligence analysts.
  • Oversee the professional development of team intelligence analysts.
  • Managed the Brigade's physical, personnel, and information security programs and training program for intelligence analysts and security managers.
  • Led 17 Intelligence analysts and Law Enforcement Professionals who captured 83 extremist militants in 5 urban areas for 6 months.
  • Guide 41 intelligence analysts' production efforts, resulting in editorial and content reviews for over 500 intelligence products annually.
  • Manage Total Force Intelligence analysts supporting 12 aircraft valued at $444M in the 153 Airlift Wing.
  • Lead a team of 5 intelligence analysts and brief over 400 soldiers daily on potential threats.
  • Led a 7-man section of intelligence analysts to include 1 lieutenant and 2 non-commissioned officers.
  • Managed a team of intelligence analysts that developed intelligence products for the Brigade staff.
  • Manage the intelligence cycle and lead a section of All Source Intelligence Analysts.
  • Manage a team of three to five intelligence analysts (MOS 35F).
  • Managed and learned from a group of ten 35F10 intelligence analysts.
  • Led a team of 10 military and civilian intelligence analysts.
  • Mentored and trained eight intelligence analysts on strategic briefing techniques, critical thinking, and analytical and research methodologies.
  • Led, evaluated, trained, and mentored teams of 3 to 16 intelligence analysts, geospatial engineers, and media
  • Managed a team of 5 Army all-source intelligence analysts including 4 noncommissioned officers and 1 enlisted soldier.

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37. Collection Management
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  • Perform collection management/surveillance/reconnaissance and provide advice.
  • Lead Human Intelligence Collection Manager for Immigration and Customs Enforcement in charge of all collection management worldwide for Homeland Security Investigations.
  • Directed collection management plans which aided commanders in making decisions on how to best employ American soldiers against enemy personnel.
  • Presented professional Intelligence briefs on a daily basis which included Collection Management and Dissemination Plans.
  • Experienced with the intelligence collection management system and information data mining.
  • Performed collection management/surveillance/ reconnaissance and provided advice to the commander.
  • Supported other collection management teams when overburdened with workload.
  • Contributed to the collection management focus and the production of fused intelligence products to answer the Commander's Priority Intelligence Requirements.
  • Performed collection management, surveillance and reconnaissance activities and provides advice on the use of resources at all levels.
  • Experienced in HUMINT, SIGINT, IMINT, and COMINT analysis and Collection Management during combat operations.
  • Performed full range of intelligence functions to include collection, collection management, analysis, and dissemination.
  • Performed the full range of collection management functions and analysis.
  • Performed multi-disciplined collection management of intelligence surveillance activities.
  • Conducted and managed intelligence requirements, intelligence collection, analyzes information, synthesizes multi-disciplinary intelligence, collection management, and surveillance.
  • Teach collection management class at the Joint Counterintelligence Training Academy and provide one-on-one training to analytical elements.
  • Performed multidiscipline collection management of surveillance activities, and advised on the use of intelligence resources.
  • Performed multi-disciplined collection management and in coordination of surveillance activities.
  • Performed multi-disciplined collection management and coordination of information processing systems.
  • Managed ad hoc collection management projects and acted as a liaison with stakeholders in support of policy and/or project assignments.
  • Apply knowledge of Collection Management operations to coordinate and deconflict with Counterintelligence RDOs on HUMINT and CI operations.

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38. US Army
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  • Developed requirements documents and architectures for US Army intelligence/electronic warfare systems.
  • Trained the battalion on Subversion, and Espionage Directed against the US Army (SAEDA), and OPSEC programs.
  • Managed $500,000 worth of US Army equipment, including sensitive items, vehicles, radios and office equipment.
  • Initiated Iraqi Army liaison intelligence reporting system, which injected Iraqi Army intelligence into US Army reporting channels.
  • Received multiple US Army Commendation Medals for exceptional performance and contributions during tenure as the Intelligence Officer.
  • Ensured fellow officers complied with corporate policies and production operational policies set forth by US Army regulations.
  • Performed all source analysis on enemy situations in Eight US Army /Pacific Command area of operations.
  • Graduated in 10% of class at the US Army Military Intelligence Officer Basic Course.
  • Maintained strict accountability and maintenance, internal controls, policies, and US Army regulations.
  • Prepared and maintained reports of historic enemy activity and other threats to US Army assets.
  • Worked as an Intelligence/Electronic Warfare Maintenance Technician in the US Army for 20 years.
  • Served directly with US Army Corps of Engineers and Director of Strategic Planning.
  • Career Development Course administrator for over 300 mid-grade officers, US Army CGSOC.
  • Led small team to develop the first US Army services list and catalog.
  • Served as strategic intelligence integrator for US Army division.
  • Provided liaison to US Army Reserve support elements.
  • Served two terms in the US Army.
  • Executed US Army Foundry Program providing supplementary intelligence training to section.
  • Assessed by Battle Command Training Program as having the best analytical skills observed in all 10 US Army divisions.
  • Analyze, Report and Develop mitigation efforts on Cyber Threats throughout the US Army's Pacific Area of Operation

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39. S2
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  • Served as the Battalion Intelligence Officer (S2) for a forward deployed signal battalion in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Directed Base Defense S2 Operations using Intelligence Cycle (collection, fusion, analysis and production, and dissemination).
  • Worked with the S2 of the Battle Defense Operations Center (BDOC), my counterpart at that headquarters.
  • Brigade Assistant S2 for a rapid deployment maneuver Brigade in the 3 rd Infantry Division during operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Managed and directed two (2) personnel assigned to the Battalion's S2 (Intelligence) Section.
  • Served as BN AS2 and ISR manager requesting over Intelligence Surveillance Platforms ISR assets.
  • Briefed Military Products to the commander and working in an S2 with security management.
  • Served as Assistant Brigade S2 for 4th Brigade 1st Cavalry Division to RC-East.
  • Trained the S2 section to review all swore statements associated with detainee packets.
  • Lead, directed, coordinated, supervised, and trained the S2 section.
  • Served as Battalion S2, 'Officer in Charge' in Intelligence Section.
  • Acted as the Brigade S2 in the senior officer's absence.
  • Brigade level Assistant Intelligence Officer (Assistant S2).
  • Coordinated DCGS training for S2 section soldiers.
  • Completed the Counter-Intelligence/Human Intelligence Operations Management Course and received the S2X designator.
  • Served as the primary point of contact for brigade staff coordination as ACE Chief and Assistant S2 throughout the Warfighter Exercise.
  • Developed and Integrated S2 briefing into Commanders briefing to provide comprehensive status of all intelligence assets in a concise manner.
  • Functioned as primary advisor to the S2X on laws, policies, and regulations that guide and impact HUMINT operations.
  • Manage S2 (Intel) Shop, Brief soldiers on intel topics (10 subordinate Soldiers)
  • Served as the S2 Intelligence and Security Officer in a world-wide deployable Brigade Support Battalion.

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40. Threat Analysis
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  • Provided threat analysis and designed innovative targeted intelligence products.
  • Provided threat analysis reports for base Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection cell.
  • Analyzed intelligence data to determine threat analysis.
  • Provided threat analysis briefings to program managers, senior leaders, and service component representatives on vulnerabilities to U.S. system platforms.
  • Served as primary Brigade Intelligence Staff Officer to a tactical Brigade Combat Team providing mission support and threat analysis.
  • Coordinated routes, maneuverability and threat analysis for three route clearance patrols and Regional Command South Counter-IED Task Force.
  • Conducted counter-IED and threat analysis on remote routes in support of logistic resupply to isolated special operations forces.
  • Provide WMD threat analysis including the identification of new or active WMD locations within targeted locations.
  • Provided daily relevant threat analysis to commanding general, brigade staff and 6 engineer battalions.
  • Provided detailed threat analysis to tactical leaders in order to conduct combat operations in Iraq.
  • Conducted joint threat analysis studies with U.S. and foreign counter-IED agencies.
  • Produce and prepare analytical support products, supporting targeting efforts, source development and threat analysis.

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41. Intelligence Data
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  • Responded to requests from outside law enforcement agencies, Designed Intelligence Databases and identified security threat group members.
  • Instruct research techniques to pears and international officers in a school environment utilizing network based intelligence databases.
  • Identify and collect needed intelligence data using regional knowledge, military tactics and political-military relationship building techniques.
  • Utilized intelligence data to create mapping imagery using ArcGIS and similar technology.
  • Compiled and organized diversely formatted intelligence data from multiple sources.
  • Analyzed intelligence data for high-level U.S. Government customers.
  • Supervised a team of 7 charged with the intelligence data collection and analysis and coordinate overall case management and project management.
  • Used research tools to help conduct various methods of analyzing, compiling, reporting, and disseminating intelligence data.
  • PROVIDE FORECASTS by using intelligence data to produce threat estimates and predict enemy courses of action.
  • Predicted future gang, organized crime, and terrorist activity using analyses of intelligence data.
  • Coordinated intelligence database support for emergency combat rescue missions (USS Ranger).
  • Responded to requests for tactical support and intelligence data, performing liaison functions.
  • Managed 60+ multinational soldiers and was manager of the Intelligence Data collection center.
  • Researched, analyzed, compiled, reported, and disseminated intelligence data.
  • Conducted name and event queries in intelligence databases.
  • Research and collect data from multiple intelligence databases.
  • Provide collection and interpretation of multi-source intelligence data in support of combat operations and national and strategic objectives.
  • Supervised, coordinated and led the synthesis and presentation of multi-source intelligence data to key military decision-makers.
  • Prepared comprehensive written reports, presentations, maps and charts based on research, collection and analysis of intelligence data.
  • Collected all-source intelligence data in order to provide feedback to the Intelligence Community (IC).

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42. Situational Awareness
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  • Supervised technical control and analysis of SIGINT and perform fusion analysis with other intelligence disciplines which resulted in increased situational awareness.
  • Provided Situational awareness to DART Command through incident awareness by the development of a common operating picture across multiple states.
  • Combined open source and classified intelligence to supply situational awareness and context to support crisis and deliberate planning strategies.
  • Provided complex data in simple formats uniquely prepared for individual customers; enabled rapid decision making and situational awareness.
  • Acquire information, intelligence and counterintelligence data to present assessments, situational awareness and recommendations to Commander and staff.
  • Conduct comprehensive research on complex insurgent/terrorist IED networks to increase situational awareness and assist decision making processes.
  • Maintain situational awareness of all security efforts to maximize the effectiveness of new approaches.
  • Developed situational awareness of enemy tactics, techniques and procedures disseminated through daily briefings.
  • Provided full spectrum situational awareness for combat operations while monitoring high value collection operations.
  • Provided office and directorate leadership with situational awareness of the CE/CI/CT environment.
  • Increased situational awareness that improved accuracy and information flow.
  • Attended Intelligence sync meetings with Coalition partners to further our situational awareness of the Area of Operations and Area of Interest.
  • Provided foreign situational awareness for NBC executives, news components, and program affiliates for production safety in areas abroad.
  • Maintained situational awareness of IED network related events to include current status of caches, safe houses and IED employment.
  • Provided timely intelligence, threat updates, situational awareness and warning for 20,000 weekly missions traversing 140 countries.
  • Delegate responsibility within the crew ensuring solid communication, situational awareness, and a smooth work flow.
  • Established read files for pilots and command for situational awareness (SA).
  • Conducted over 45 briefs giving situational awareness of exercise parameters to the wardroom.
  • Provided 24/7, consolidated all-source multi-agency intelligence, situational awareness, and national crisis management support to ODNI leadership.
  • Developed intelligence research products for situational awareness provided to the units on the ground in Helmand province, Afghanistan.

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43. Subordinate Units
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  • Developed and implemented physical and information security standard operating procedures for battalion and subordinate units, consisting of approximately 700 soldiers.
  • Ensured upward, downward and lateral communications to staff and subordinate units to maximize information sharing and understanding.
  • Supervised and conducted Physical Security inspections for subordinate units throughout the BDE.
  • Provided support to subordinate units theater-wide.
  • Evaluated performance of subordinate units.
  • Conducted multiple inspections of subordinate units' arms rooms ensuring they adhere to federal, state, and military laws.
  • Received, processed, and tracked all internal and external directives to ensure subordinate units' success and operational priorities.
  • Provide timely and accurate intelligence analyses and products in support of the commander, staff, and subordinate units.
  • Supervised an office of three civilians, two contractors, and provided guidance to three subordinate units.
  • Advised the commander and subordinate units on enemy situations, capabilities, vulnerabilities, weather and terrain.
  • Advise commanders and subordinate units on the threat, terrain and weather, and civil considerations.
  • Acted as liaison between higher headquarters and subordinate units on all security matters.
  • Oversee all purchases with subordinate units' government credit cards.
  • Conducted briefings, hosted conferences, and inspected subordinate units.
  • Assisted in planning and coordinating standard operating procedures and OPORDs for command and subordinate units.

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44. Intelligence Assessments
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  • Researched, analyzed, and produced intelligence assessments and for bilateral deployments with key regional partners.
  • Maintain overall integrated operational space picture, construct intelligence products, and brief intelligence assessments
  • Analyzed information related to important IED attacks and coauthored 6 intelligence assessments/products for NGIC.
  • Ensured continual availability of intelligence assessments and products required for planning future operations.
  • Restructured the organizational structure of the company to increase intelligence assessments.
  • Provided written intelligence assessments to higher headquarters staff and adjacent units.
  • Entrusted to provide hourly accurate intelligence assessments and risk management/mitigation for deployed Soldiers conducting missions more than 14 hours each day.
  • Analyzed intelligence assessments that were complicated by frequent and significant gaps in data and data that was difficult to validate.
  • Served as Project Officer for the Deputy Directorate of Intelligence Assessments, Doctrine, Requirements and Capabilities (J2P).
  • Provided in-depth research on existing cases, and intelligence assessments using all-source and raw intelligence message traffic.
  • Develop intelligence assessments in support of a campaign plan for NATO s Resolute Support Mission.
  • Provided all source intelligence assessments, estimates and productions for an Infantry Brigade Combat Team.
  • Conduct intelligence assessments and estimates at the tactical, operational, and strategic level.
  • Conducted intelligence assessments and targeting briefs two to four times a week.
  • Provided the Commander and his staff with intelligence assessments and estimates.
  • Briefed intelligence assessments and positions to leadership and staff.
  • Evaluated all-source intelligence information (such as Signals Intelligence and Imagery Intelligence) to determine relevance for use in intelligence assessments.
  • Developed products to provide unit with intelligence assessments to evaluate foreign travel threat and current global events for situational awareness.
  • Developed intelligence assessments to operations for pre/post mobilization training and simulations.
  • Researched and wrote intelligence assessments as assigned by the National Ground Intelligence Center, Charlottesville, VA.

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45. Afghan
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  • Provided over 30 weekly intelligence summaries in written format for operational level customers at Regional Command South in Afghanistan.
  • Coordinated intelligence collection and combat operations that significantly reduced threats to the 2014 Afghanistan National Elections polling centers.
  • Supervised completion of projects which were turned into national-level intelligence summaries for Afghanistan.
  • Deployed to Kabul, Afghanistan during June-July 2002 to determine technical requirements of the Defense HUMINT (DH) collection elements.
  • Coordinated intelligence information sharing with Operational Detachment Alpha, Afghanistan National Police, and Afghan National (ANA) security forces.
  • Deployed as a MI Officer attached to the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force Afghanistan in Support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Served as subject matter expert on OEF insurgent activities and other general intelligence issues related to Afghanistan and the AOR.
  • Served as the team primary mentor to the Director of Anti-Crime, an Afghan Brigadier General.
  • Managed security clearances and the protection of classified materials for the Task Force throughout Afghanistan.
  • Certified over 4000 soldiers to deploy to Iraq and Afghanistan in support of OEF/OIF.
  • Completed a 120 day deployment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
  • Developed Afghanistan deployment program for all Ft. Riley/Mobile Training Team soldiers.
  • Planned/directed Global War on Terrorism efforts in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Deployed to Afghanistan with the 3rd Squadron 89th Cavalry Regiment.
  • Led a 200 person, multi-service intelligence organization responsible for counter-terrorism operations in Afghanistan.
  • Produced weekly intel product on Afghan Local Police (ALP); highlighted successes and challenges, insurgent threats.
  • Deployed to Bagram, Afghanistan on two separate occasions in support of sensitive Special Operations Command objectives.
  • Served as Geospatial Intelligence Project Manager to stand up a new Fusion Cell in Salerno, Afghanistan.
  • Published more than ninety intelligence summaries and sixteen graphic intelligence summaries for Farah Province, Afghanistan.
  • Deployed to Souda Bay, Crete, Greece in support of military operations into Afghanistan.

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46. Signals Intelligence
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  • Analyzed and reported real-time signals intelligence to US Intelligence Community partners, providing time sensitive intelligence and threat warning.
  • Presented all-source intelligence briefings to members of the U.S. Intelligence Community, focusing primarily on foreign instrumentation signals intelligence.
  • Developed and coordinated signals intelligence plans with national intelligence agencies and conducted daily intelligence briefings to senior officers.
  • Managed and deployed both signals intelligence and human intelligence collection sections.
  • Schooled in multiple collection disciplines, to include Human, Imagery, Signals, and Measurement and Signals Intelligence.
  • Conceived, developed and directed the first integration of Navy signals intelligence personnel with USMC Special Operations Capable units.
  • Coordinated national signals intelligence to support missions in direct support of the Global War on Terror.
  • Coordinated and participated in the collection of signals intelligence (SIGINT) and conducted electronic warfare.
  • Worked regularly with Counter-Intelligence, Human Intelligence and Signals Intelligence teams in support of force protection.
  • Co-created a Signals Intelligence reporting format that is now the benchmark for the US military.
  • Performed regression, functional & non-functional testing of a Signals Intelligence enterprise desktop system.
  • Supervised the signals intelligence collection and reporting of over 300 targets during operation Iraq Freedom and Operation New Dawn.
  • United States Air Force Signals Intelligence and EW Officer

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47. Direct Support
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  • Provided direct support on regional strategic and operational flash points to support threat warning for operational planning and military operations.
  • Planned and coordinated the reconnaissance and surveillance missions for organic, direct support and general support intelligence collection assets.
  • Allocated theater intelligence assets to conduct direct support mission while ground components were actively executing counter terrorism missions.
  • Provide direct support to the Defense Intelligence Agency as a member of the 3200 Strategic Intelligence Group, Detachment 2.
  • Provided operational guidance and direct support to the Commanding officer, 33 Officers, and 38 Chief Petty Officers MDMP.
  • Supervised 60 personnel in six locations that provided Direct Support to Major Subordinate Commands (MSC) of MNC-I.
  • Provide direct support for 97 users during day to day operations in a challenging and fast paced environment.
  • Supported contingency operations in direct support of National Tasking for US Central Command and US arc Command.
  • Provided direct support to Battalion Staff and Operations Section concerning the positioning and shaping of the battlefield.
  • Coordinated reach back intelligence support to Task Force Al-Asad and Al-Taqaddum Iraq in direct support of OIR.
  • Furthered foreign operations in direct support to pressing issues of U.S. national security.
  • Managed Public Affairs division of 12 plus3 10 direct support personnel.
  • Manage the COMSEC Material Direct Support Activity (CMDSA).
  • Provided direct support to Weapons Systems Analysts.
  • Coordinated small overseas teams integrating mission planning, engineering and human operational elements in direct support of US national security interest.
  • Provided direct support to Defense Attach Offices (DAO) and FPDs located within EUCOM and West Africa.

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48. Intelligence Personnel
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  • Synchronized the intelligence fusion efforts of approximately 72 assigned National, Joint and Coalition intelligence personnel.
  • Ensured twenty five intelligence personnel were effectively trained and actively supporting Trans-Regional Maritime Engagement operations.
  • Mentored Afghanistan National Police intelligence personnel at the Regional level.
  • Supervised and trained over 30 intelligence personnel.
  • Trained and supervised the Operations Group Intelligence personnel, ensuring all were well qualified and proficient in intelligence duties.
  • Supervised six intelligence personnel in the assessment of the threat environment for deploying teams and vulnerabilities to operations.
  • Managed intelligence personnel manning within the brigade and coordinated with division and installation G2 to meet manning shortfalls.
  • Mentored and assessed 1000(+) military and civilian intelligence personnel in a 3 year period.
  • Developed a training program to train 12 Army Reserve Military Intelligence personnel for deployment to Iraq.
  • Promoted to Deputy Department Head for Intelligence Personnel and Resources (Human Resources Department).
  • Mentored eight intelligence personnel; informed leadership of threats to assets at deployed locations.
  • Completed the Navy's Intelligence Personnel Qualifications Standards (PQS) program.
  • Managed daily assignments of 15 intelligence personnel during combat operations Awarded Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal for exemplary service in Iraq
  • Ensured intelligence personnel and equipment assigned to fill Unit Type Code (UTC) taskings were prepared and available for deployments.
  • Worked in conjunction with naval intelligence personnel to create standoff defensive postures in the region including submersive units.

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49. Tactical Intelligence
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  • Led a variety of tactical intelligence organizations and served intelligence operations planner, collection manager, and strategic intelligence analyst.
  • Earned the Bronze Star Medal for exceptionally meritorious service as a tactical intelligence officer while conducting combat operations in Iraq.
  • Developed intelligence collection plans and strategies to manage and support complex strategic, operational and tactical intelligence requirements.
  • Commanded an 82-soldier Military Intelligence Company that provided tactical intelligence support to a Combat Infantry Brigade.
  • Initiated strategic and tactical intelligence collection that enhanced the government s understanding of drug trafficking networks.
  • Collect, analyze, and disseminate tactical intelligence information to higher and lower echelons.
  • Analyzed and disseminated more than 1200 operational and tactical intelligence reports.
  • Provided the Commander with tactical intelligence analysis and operational security.
  • Develop and supervise tactical intelligence training.
  • Perform duties as squadron intelligence officer, responsible for all aspects of crime prevention, physical security, and tactical intelligence.
  • Deployed to Iraq twice and Afghanistan once as the Asymmetric Warfare Group S2, providing tactical intelligence support to combat operations.
  • Analyzed, tracked and correlated over 150 contacts of interest daily providing timely tactical intelligence support to Battle Group Commanders.
  • Prepared and submitted a tactical intelligence brief to bring critical time sensitive information war fighters prior to deployment.
  • Advised the command on all tactical intelligence and security matters in support of unit's mission.
  • Provided tactical intelligence from all Source fusion in accordance with the commander's battle orders.
  • Provided daily tactical intelligence brief to TSC leadership.
  • Single point of tactical intelligence reporting host-nation operations to 500 person US combat advisory contingent in deployed location.
  • Developed new innovative approach to conducting tactical intelligence adopted by the Army.

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50. Intelligence Oversight
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  • Appointed as Intelligence Oversight Officer to insure compliance with Presidential Executive Orders and National Security Agency requirements.
  • Initiated and managed comprehensive security education and intelligence oversight training program to all intelligence personnel.
  • Managed directorate level security, COMSEC, intelligence library and intelligence oversight programs.
  • Provided Intelligence Oversight training to all personnel assigned to a National Mission Team performing intelligence functions as described in E.O.
  • Served as the Physical Security, Personnel Security, and Intelligence Oversight Manager for the Battalion.
  • Perform as the Intelligence Oversight Officer and review all Intelligence related activity for the unit.
  • Created policies and drafted numerous legal documents on Anti-terrorism, Force Protection and Intelligence Oversight.
  • Managed all classified information with 100 percent accuracy and was the Intelligence Oversight Officer
  • Served as the MARFOR Intelligence Oversight Officer and funds/ budget coordinator.
  • Provided intelligence oversight for over 50 RDT&E efforts.
  • Directed and managed the Battalion s Intelligence Oversight Program.
  • Executed Intelligence Oversight requirements for the command.
  • Supervised and directed staff in daily workflow and developed and implemented intelligence oversight programs and policies.
  • Served as intelligence advisor to Battalion Commander and Intelligence Oversight Officer.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Intelligence Officer

Personnel Security

16.2%

Commander

14.4%

Combat

7.5%

Procedures

6.1%

Intelligence Products

5.8%

Security Procedures

4.9%

Military Intelligence

4.7%

Intelligence Support

4.5%

Intelligence Operations

3.8%

Clearance

3.7%

Reconnaissance

3.5%

Intelligence Analysis

3.4%

Intelligence Information

3.1%

Intelligence Community

3.1%

DOD

2.7%

Humint

2.7%

Web Intelligence

2.7%

Intelligence Briefings

2.5%

Law Enforcement

2.4%

Current Intelligence

2.4%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Intelligence Officer

Rank Skill
1 Personnel Security 10.7%
2 Commander 9.5%
3 Combat 4.9%
4 Procedures 4.0%
5 Intelligence Products 3.8%
6 Security Procedures 3.2%
7 Military Intelligence 3.1%
8 Intelligence Support 3.0%
9 Intelligence Operations 2.5%
10 Clearance 2.5%
11 Reconnaissance 2.3%
12 Intelligence Analysis 2.2%
13 Intelligence Information 2.0%
14 Intelligence Community 2.0%
15 DOD 1.8%
16 Humint 1.8%
17 Web Intelligence 1.8%
18 Intelligence Briefings 1.6%
19 Law Enforcement 1.6%
20 Current Intelligence 1.6%
21 Anti-Terrorism 1.5%
22 Warfare 1.5%
23 Intelligence Training 1.5%
24 Squadron 1.5%
25 ISR 1.5%
26 Sigint 1.4%
27 Intelligence Collection 1.4%
28 Information Technology 1.4%
29 Medal 1.3%
30 Intelligence Preparation 1.3%
31 DIA 1.3%
32 All-Source Analysis 1.3%
33 Platoon 1.2%
34 Facility 1.2%
35 Intelligence Requirements 1.1%
36 Intelligence Analysts 1.0%
37 Collection Management 1.0%
38 US Army 1.0%
39 S2 1.0%
40 Threat Analysis 1.0%
41 Intelligence Data 0.9%
42 Situational Awareness 0.9%
43 Subordinate Units 0.9%
44 Intelligence Assessments 0.9%
45 Afghan 0.9%
46 Signals Intelligence 0.9%
47 Direct Support 0.9%
48 Intelligence Personnel 0.8%
49 Tactical Intelligence 0.8%
50 Intelligence Oversight 0.8%
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