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Top 50 Intelligence Specialist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Intelligence Specialist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Intelligence Specialist resumes they appeared on. For example, 27.1% of Intelligence Specialist resumes contained Intelligence Community as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Intelligence Specialist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Intelligence Specialist

1. Intelligence Community
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Here's how Intelligence Community is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Conceptualized and produced a valuable and highly lauded compilation of intelligence data that was greatly beneficial to the intelligence community.
  • Assist in identifying potential high interest intelligence data through extensive data mining of intelligence community websites and open source.
  • Served as a liaison with other Intelligence Community and Law Enforcement agencies, fostered and developed critical customer relationships.
  • Represented Marine Corps Director of Intelligence at various executive level forums throughout the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense.
  • Served as the Collections Coordinator collaborating on requirements from throughout the Intelligence Community, across various intelligence platforms.
  • Developed all- source intelligence awareness and critical understanding of intelligence community resources and utilization of assets.
  • Cited for contributions directly impacting intelligence community perception of CT/CI information at the National level.
  • Generated and submitted intelligence information reports published in the global intelligence community archival database.
  • Challenged to provide timely and relevant intelligence to vast intelligence community worldwide.
  • Authored weekly and monthly products tailored to fleet and intelligence community personnel.
  • Lead Researcher for Technical Threat Environment Risk Analysis for Intelligence Community.
  • Supported Intelligence Community training programs and participated in exercises.
  • Trained personnel from various intelligence community agencies.
  • Identified and collected information unique to Treasury of value to the intelligence community (IC) to satisfy national intelligence priorities.
  • Coordinated visits and travel with offices of special VIPs to include Congressional Members and Senior members of the Intelligence Community.
  • Maintain Intelligence Community (IC) liaison between 7ID, 10th Mountain Division, and IC agencies stateside.
  • Facilitated information sharing between ECC, intelligence community members of the G2/G3 at AMC HQ.
  • Maintained Intelligence Community (IC) liaison between 3ID and IC agencies stateside.
  • Collaborated with analytical counterparts across the Intelligence Community to coordinate reporting and perform deconfliction as necessary.
  • Produced link analysis products for, and collaborated with, analytical counterparts across the Intelligence Community.

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2. Military Personnel
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Here's how Military Personnel is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Developed and conducted training of foreign national military personnel ensuring competency and proficiency in their ability to use provided equipment effectively.
  • Produced all source intelligence in support of 5,000 military personnel both in preparation for and during Humanitarian operations in Somalia.
  • Conducted strategic debriefings of military personnel with access to information of intelligence value leading to increased management oversight of operations.
  • Supervised 10 military personnel; developed performance standards, counseled subordinates, rated performance and resolved individual complaints.
  • Provided sound guidance and counsel to military personnel which enabled their career development, and advancement progression.
  • Author time-sensitive intelligence reports to support military personnel and national decision makers.
  • Assist military personnel in quality control/ article review for intelligence summaries.
  • Manage an intelligence operations team of 40 civilian and military personnel.
  • Provided convoy security escort for military personnel in operational missions from Kuwait City, Kuwait to Baghdad, Iraq.
  • Subject matter expert, responsible for training and management of both civilian and military personnel.
  • Brief 50+ enlisted military personnel on a monthly basis regarding current events worldwide.
  • Fostered strong working relationships with all military personnel that I worked with.
  • Managed personnel roster for military personnel on the ONI watch floor.
  • Ensured safety of military personnel as well as civilians on base.
  • Communicated with senior internal and external advisors, foreign military personnel and leadership, federal agencies, and general public.
  • Managed post wide Destruction Facility, trained civilian and military personnel on the use and function of the Destruction Facility.

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3. Commander
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Here's how Commander is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Recognized for outstanding intelligence support to battle group commander during a nationally tasked contingency operation August 1998.
  • Possess the ability to analyze documents and extract information in providing recommendations to unit commander.
  • Provide on demand intelligence capability in support of operational requirements of Navy and Joint commanders.
  • Conducted human intelligence operations to collect information of intelligence value for the commander.
  • Selected targets for electronic warfare/collection based upon commander's Priority Intelligence Requirements.
  • Gathered and interpreted appropriate information, and assisted commander in decision-making process.
  • Directed military personnel, including Commanders and Officers with relevant information.
  • Relied upon to access the MIDB and real time tactical picture of GCCS-M to provided Indications and Warning to Fleet Commanders.
  • Published and presented daily briefs on areas of interest to the Battle Group Commander, Commanding Officer, and Intelligence Officer.
  • Reported directly to the Commander, HT-JCOE of all incoming, open and closed continuous evaluations (CE).
  • Presented 40 Commander's Update Briefs for the Naval Special Warfare Headquarters Command on issues affecting NSW forces worldwide.
  • Provided all-source intelligence support to the Sixth Fleet and other Southern Region commanders during the high-tempo 1980's.
  • Informed senior commanders of local threat and suspicious activities posing a threat to personnel and operations.
  • Provide and design intelligence briefings to commanders and aircrews using up to date information.
  • Created over 200 Daily Intelligence reports, over 80 weekly Commander Update Briefs.
  • Worked with and briefed all level customers and commanders.
  • Created and delivered summary reports to Commanders and staff.
  • Collaborated intelligence efforts with joint/theater command agencies to satisfy the Commanders Critical Intelligence Requirements (CCIRs).
  • Report regional threats to commanders and recommend changes to SOPs; neutralize threats to materials, local forces and national security.
  • Reassigned to the Operations Center as Watch Office Commander during departmental realignment).

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4. Security Clearance
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Here's how Security Clearance is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Reviewed, organized and maintained personnel records to include security clearance information, isolated personnel reports and social security numbers.
  • Compiled information on prospective candidates for purpose of validating security clearances.
  • Developed administrative procedures to screen potential applicants for security clearances.
  • Worked with classified information and submitted security clearances for adjudication.
  • Maintained a top-secret security clearance.
  • Maintained accurate security clearance database.
  • Leveraged strong orientation to detail to submit and track 325 security clearances, investigations, and re-investigations.
  • Managed the security clearances for all personnel assigned to the Aircraft Group.
  • Obtained a security clearance for mission planning and briefing.
  • Possess Top Secret Security Clearance.
  • Obtained Top Secret Security Clearance.
  • Manage the Command ISOPREP files, IPSP, Security Clearance and JPAS Accounts.
  • Conducted Reports and briefed key management and staff on organizations intelligence and security clearances.
  • Worked with Joint Personnel Adjudication System leading over 50 reinvestigations for security clearances.
  • Granted Top Secret Security Clearance with access to Special Compartmentalized Information based on Single Scope Background Investigation completed June, 1995.
  • Worked with the state security office and company to assist in security clearance validation with soldiers in the unit.
  • Maintained over 1,500 active security clearances and current security access among Marines within the unit.
  • Ensured only personnel with proper security clearances and access were granted entry.
  • Obtained a top secret clearance and maintaining soldier security clearances.
  • Granted top level security clearance Translator, Czech to English Utilized teamwork skills in 4-50 member groups to accomplish goals Honorably discharged

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5. Imagery Analysis
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Here's how Imagery Analysis is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Determine target coordinates for accurate location of imagery analysis findings.
  • Completed 600 hours of training to be an Intelligence Specialist and 600 hours of training in Imagery Analysis.
  • Provided and rendered Imagery Analysis Service in Support of the production of standard and non-standard intelligence products.

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6. Combat
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Here's how Combat is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Developed, maintained, and implemented tasking procedures to meet changing requirements and ensure maximum support to combat operations.
  • Provide tactical indication and warning and force protection intelligence across expeditionary warfare, joint warfare and major combat operations.
  • Supervised day-to-day operations as well as processing, exploiting, and disseminating intelligence reports in a combat environment.
  • Coordinated with military and civilian personnel to redesign and maintain radio frequency communications card maximizing combat effectiveness.
  • Received and implemented combat orders and directed deployment of personnel in offensive, defensive and retrograde operations.
  • Assisted in determining significance and reliability of incoming all-source intelligence products to support the combat commander
  • Interviewed, interrogated, and interacted with witnesses and enemy combatants to collect human intelligence.
  • Monitored Battle Damage Assessments As Combat Assessment Workstation operator.
  • Conducted over 62 combat patrols in Task Force (TF) 1/3 Area of Operations in support of Operations collection requirements.
  • Participated in over 300 combat missions, providing translation of written and spoken communications of Iraqi Arabic and classical Arabic.
  • Led teams of five to twelve sailors on three deployments to combat zones to collect intelligence on enemy forces.
  • Provided daily mission intelligence briefs for Combat Air Patrols (CAP) in support of Operation Southern Watch.
  • Conducted six Surveillance combat patrols in order to identify, expose and detain insurgents.
  • Prepared over 20 detailed after-action Mission Reports of combat missions over Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Develop and construct target materials in support of combat mission planning and execution.
  • Maintained Combat Information Center (CIC) displays of strategic and tactical information.
  • Provided support to partner nations that are combating Narco-Terrorist groups within their borders.
  • Prepare all-source intelligence products to support the combat commander.
  • Organized and taught specific combat training classes
  • Earned perfect scores during pre-combat deployment inspections of all intelligence and security-related mission warfare areas.

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7. Web Intelligence
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8. Photographic Reconnaissance Missions
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Here's how Photographic Reconnaissance Missions is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Prepared and presented intelligence briefings; prepared planning materials for photographic reconnaissance missions; analyzing the results and preparing reports.
  • Prepared planning materials for photographic reconnaissance missions.
  • Prepare and present intelligence summaries, assessments, reports, and presentations in planning photographic reconnaissance missions.
  • Prepare materials and plan photographic reconnaissance missions, analyze mission results, and produce necessary reports.
  • Assemble and analyze multi-source operational intelligence, prepare and present intelligence briefings, and prepare planning materials for photographic reconnaissance missions.

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9. Multi-Source Operational Intelligence
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Here's how Multi-Source Operational Intelligence is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Analyzed intelligence information; identifying and producing intelligence from raw information; assembling and analyzing multi-source operational intelligence.
  • Assembled and analyzed multi-source operational intelligence data to support briefings reports and programs.
  • Job Duty: Identify/produce intelligence from raw information using multi-source operational intelligence.
  • Assembled and analyzed multi-source operational intelligence in support of all warfare areas.
  • Gather, analyze, and prepare multi-source operational intelligence.
  • Assembled and analyzed multi-source operational intelligence.

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10. Humint
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Here's how Humint is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Provided HUMINT support during humanitarian operation gaining essential information from the female population and bolstered the relationship with local national leaders.
  • Perform Collection Management analysis, processing and dissemination of HUMINT reporting; and maintain, update and populate collection management databases.
  • Prioritized HUMINT collection requirements and identifies and tasks overt HUMINT assets to fulfill Army and Intelligence Community collection requirements.
  • Coordinate logistic matters concerning the deployment and retrograde of CI/HUMINT Company Marines and operational equipment.
  • Served as an expert-level, all-source, and counterintelligence/HUMINT source management officer.
  • Developed HUMINT reports and managed associate communication operations.
  • Provide CI/HUMINT recruitment briefings in order to recruit those marines qualified to conduct a lateral move to the CI/HUMINT occupational specialty.
  • Plan, Coordinate, and supervise the maintenance of the Company Headquarters building and all other buildings assigned to CI/HUMINT Company.
  • Deployed to Kuwait and served as HUMINT/CI Reports Manager for Combined Land Forces Component Command C2X in support of OIF 1.
  • Looked upon by other HUMINT collection assets in the area of operation as the subject matter expert in all things.
  • Worked as an intelligence analyst within the CI/HUMINT Analysis Support Element Investigations Support Team comprised of three personnel.
  • Traveled to, and operated from, multiple fixed sites within Afghanistan providing CI and HUMINT support.
  • Performed and analyze various HUMINT collection processes and source documents to develop strategies.
  • Performed regular and tactical interrogations of HUMINT sources for thorough debriefings.
  • Deployed to Iraq and supported HUMINT Operations in MND North.
  • Performed regular debriefings through all HUMINT sources in various languages.
  • Submit and track work requests for CI/HUMINT Co facilities.
  • Participated in all HUMINT source related operations.
  • Managed a HUMINT Collection team.
  • Maked recommendations and helped developing Human Intelligence Collection (HUMINT) reporting/planning documents.

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11. Law Enforcement
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Here's how Law Enforcement is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Interacted and assisted law enforcement agencies in collection, and dissemination of information deemed to be of military significance.
  • Coordinated with National Intelligence Agencies and major domestic law enforcement agencies relating to Counterintelligence and Counter-terrorism issues.
  • Utilized radio system to communication lifesaving information to State Troopers and other law enforcement agencies.
  • Investigated and reported any nefarious activity to law enforcement and/or management as necessary.
  • Researched open source information that impacts law enforcement communities.
  • Gather, analyze, correlate, or evaluate information from a variety of resources, such as law enforcement databases.
  • Maintain current knowledge of procedures and protocol involving both in-state and out of state criminal justice and law enforcement entities.
  • Conducted law enforcement operations within the Fort Bliss reservation; maintaining a high conviction rate while lowering the criminal activity.
  • Served as a liaison between host nations, U.S. Law enforcement and the unit to optimize operational procedures.
  • Work with various databases and multiple law enforcement agencies to build a trend analysis of drug/alien smuggling organizations.
  • Prepared, scheduled and conducted training for Department of Defense, Law Enforcement and other Federal Agencies personnel.
  • Worked with Law Enforcement personnel, Fire Department, Emergency and community agencies to acquired community data.
  • Created documents of mugshots of detainees held in Guantanamo Bay to be viewed by Federal Law Enforcement.
  • Disseminated information to various law enforcement agencies on the federal, state, and local levels.
  • Produce customized reports and briefings for various consumers in the intelligence and law enforcement communities.
  • Coordinated with local law enforcement officials to mitigate risks associated with real world training venues.
  • Search and Rescue, Law Enforcement, Investigations, and Intelligence Analysts.
  • Manage advertising for LELE department in Law Enforcement related magazines and journals.
  • Utilize various internal intelligence databases, sharing information with host nation law enforcement agencies in the pre-screening of applicants.
  • Manage sponsorships with Law Enforcement associations, keeping costs within assigned budget.

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12. Terrorism
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Here's how Terrorism is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Served as General Military Intelligence Analyst for various disciplines; counter-intelligence, counter-terrorism, technology protection, information operations, etc.
  • Identified radicalization, terrorism, violent extremist organizations, drug trafficking organizations and all of their operational elements.
  • Attended domestic and international community conferences related to combating terrorism.
  • Conducted briefings for senior agents regarding international terrorism groups.
  • Served as the unit s evidence custodian, ensuring chain of custody for evidence used in sensitive terrorism investigation cases.
  • Worked directly and indirectly with West Point s Combating Terrorism Center as well as allied intelligence and academic establishments.
  • Provide USCENTCOM planner and leaders with CT policy support regarding transnational terrorism threats in Iraq and the mid-east region.
  • Studied and analyzed terrorism, politics, government, and military in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Cambodia.
  • Provided assessments and recommended courses of action in support of interrogations for the global war on terrorism.
  • Study activities relating to terrorism, or other national security threats.
  • Recognized by Commanding Officer/Organizational Director for outstanding performance during coordinated joint exercises related to counterterrorism and counterintelligence assessment and reporting.
  • Evaluated reporting on terrorism, intelligence, and military activities to provide knowledgeable support to senior USMC and government officials..
  • Compile, research, collate, analyze and evaluate all-source and unevaluated intelligence associated with terrorism and unconventional threats.
  • Studied activities relating to narcotics, money laundering, weapons and explosives manufacturing in regards to insurgency style terrorism.
  • Produced briefings for agents regarding the international terrorism climate when Secret Service protectees would travel overseas.
  • Provided situational awareness briefings to our command, including traditional and asymmetrical threats (i.e., terrorism).
  • Provide daily counterterrorism updates to CT and Illicit activities team regarding transnational terrorism in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • Studied and interpreted directives, regulations, policies, and doctrines of antiterrorism programs of higher echelon.
  • Served as DOI's liaison at the National Counterterrorism Center.
  • Performed essential duties for unique counter-terrorism USG program in uncontested cyber battlespace.

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13. DOD
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Here's how DOD is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Build relationships with internal DoD officers, federal and local law enforcement agencies, and intelligence organizations.
  • Provided correspondence with DOD Central Clearing Facility resulting in the adjudication of over 120 security clearances.
  • Monitored voice and data communication circuits, equipment troubleshooting, developed relationships with DOD.
  • Assisted in the production and dissemination of studies/reports/message in both USCG and DoD Intelligence Production to fulfill CD customer requirements.
  • Provided technical support to law enforcement with incident response to targeted attacks from advanced threats on DoD and commercial networks.
  • Support Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) programs within DOD for the Joint Staff J6, The Pentagon.
  • Coordinated and interacted with analysts from service, component, DoD, and national-level intelligence agencies.
  • Coordinated with and participated in working groups with signature reduction elements across the DoD.
  • Provided tailor-made threat support and guidance to major DoD acquisitions, i.e.
  • Coordinated directly with DoD CAF in support of all CE reports.
  • Ensured USN engagement priorities were represented at various DoD level meetings.
  • Presented daily briefings to high-level DOD officials and operational forces.
  • Managed three DOE controlled access programs for DoD personnel.
  • Maintained integrity of need to know DoD programs.
  • Conducted operational reviews of DoD Humint operations by providing assessments and evaluations on quality of reporting.
  • Provided counter terrorism support for all-source analysis of terrorist activities and actions against DOD interests.
  • Provided DoD intelligence agencies current/timely reference documents to support acquisition process.
  • Interfaced with DIA, CIA, NSA, and other intelligence community consumers with respect to DoD Humint collection efforts.
  • Inputted data entry of thoroughly analyzed and vetted information from DOD record message traffic.
  • Participated in DOD NIPRnet, SIPRnet, and JWICS online HBSS CBT.

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14. Sigint
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Here's how Sigint is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Coordinate with operational/technical SIGINT activities to meet NGIC requirements and provide all-source support for designated programs and exploitation efforts.
  • Participated in the development, review and validation of requirements for emerging technical capabilities to support SIGINT collection platforms.
  • Conducted daily information mining and intercept analysis to glean technical data from national and SIGINT system reporting.
  • Established and targeted identification and operational patterns and included initial analysis (SIGINT).
  • Produce tailored SIGINT and provide all-source production support to NGIC all-source integrated assessments on foreign ground forces and related military technologies.
  • Served as team leader for all SIGINT analysts assigned to the China Team within the battalion Operations Control and Analysis Center.
  • Integrated HUMINT and SIGINT analysis, geographical and cultural aspects into intelligence products briefed to high level government personnel.
  • Evaluate the validity and reliability of incoming raw intelligence data, HUMINT, SIGINT, IMINT AND OSINT.
  • Translated foreign materials into English and aided in the issuance of SIGINT reports to high-level consumers.
  • Sanitized SIGINT, IMINT, and HUMINT products for Maritime Battle Watch Admiral's morning brief.
  • Analyzed JSTARS near-real-time radar imagery data, SIGINT data and SIDS products received via the CTT/JTT.
  • Served as a German voice traffic interceptor and translator providing SIGINT, strategic and tactical scopes.
  • Operated automated data processing (ADP) equipment for SIGINT collection, processing and reporting.
  • Provide SIGINT support to the Underground Facilities (UFAC) Fusion department of DIA.
  • Provided SIGINT support to Coalition Force/ ISAF elements through 24-hour watch operations.
  • Analyzed and reported SIGINT data from air and ground based sources.
  • Provided analysis from multiple intelligence sources to help guide SIGINT collection.
  • Operated communication equipment for SIGINT collection, processing, and reporting.
  • Served as NCO that trained and supervised 15 Electronic Warfare/SIGINT Marines.
  • Performed fusion analysis of SIGINT products.

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15. Medal
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Here's how Medal is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Awarded civilian achievement medal for superior service and mission impact.
  • Received Army Achievement and Commendation Medals for outstanding performance.
  • Awarded the Meritorious Unit Commendation Medal for superior performance.
  • Contributed significantly to the security validation of the FIST and was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal.
  • Earned Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal endorsed by the Secretary of the Navy.
  • Received a Good Conduct Medal for good conduct while employed by the U.S. Army.
  • Awarded Achievement Medal for Civilian Service for meritorious performance in hostile fire zone.
  • Awarded Navy Achievement Medal at end of tour for excellence in service.
  • Received 3 Army Achievement medals and 2 Army Commendation Medals for service.
  • Awarded Honorable Discharge, Good Conduct Medal, and Humanitarian Medal.
  • Received the Navy Commendation and Achievement Medals for my work.
  • Awarded the Joint Service Commendation Medal for meritorious service.
  • Awarded Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.
  • Awarded two Army Commendation Medals.
  • Awarded Joint Service Commendation Medal.
  • Trained in Photographic Interpretation Earned Navy and Marine Corps Achievement medal for superior performance.
  • Awarded Joint Service Achievement Medal Received Good Conduct Medal
  • Awarded two Naval Achievement Medals for developing and implementing new techniques to increase productivity and save money.
  • Key Achievements: Recipient of a Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal.
  • Earned Navy Achievement Medal; Kosovo Campaign Medal.

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16. Raw Information
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Here's how Raw Information is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Identify and produce infrastructure intelligence reports from raw information to ensure that various customer support services were continually and accurately updated.
  • Analyze intelligence information, as well as identify and produce intelligence from raw information.
  • Identified and produced intelligence from raw information and delivered to key decision makers.
  • Identified and produced intelligence from raw information.
  • Researched, reviewed, collected and evaluated raw information on USPACOM AO counties from local threat assessments to terrorist groups.
  • Collected, processed, and reported to higher echelon on raw information leading to mission critical intelligence.
  • Identify and produce intelligence from raw information consisting of both internal and open source data points.
  • Read reports and analyzed raw information to gain an understanding of my area of responsibility.
  • Analyze intelligence information - Produce intelligence from raw information - Prepare presentation briefings - Analyze multi-source intelligence
  • Analyze and assess raw information turning it into useable data for the US government and Department of Defense.

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Collaborated in hundreds of daily intelligence update and specialized PowerPoint presentations for high-ranking officers, using multiple information sources.
  • Produced PowerPoint presentations for briefings, maintained operational logs.
  • Produced technical notes using Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Word.
  • Conducted PowerPoint presentations; Managed Community Initiatives
  • Prepared comprehensive written reports, maps, or PowerPoint presentations based on research, collection, and analysis of intelligence data.
  • Prepared on a weekly basis PowerPoint presentations to train and inform company personnel of foreign troop movements.
  • Prepare and present daily intelligence briefings for supervisors in the form of Microsoft PowerPoint and Office
  • Authored complex reports and presentations utilizing Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
  • Provide timely reports, briefs, PowerPoint and oral presentations.
  • Present briefs to the chain of command using Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Provide PowerPoint presentations to groups of over 200 individuals.
  • Position requires extensive use of PowerPoint and Microsoft Office.
  • Prepare briefs using programs such as Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Worked extensively with PowerPoint, Excel, Sony Vegas, DCGS-N, CENTRIX-M, GCCS-J/M, and GALE Lite.
  • Utilize many different information resources in order to prepare PowerPoint presentations for intelligence briefs or project assistance.
  • Provided data, flowcharts, link chart analysis, PowerPoint presentations and network association to show criminal connections and behavioral patterns.
  • Research and provide a powerpoint presentation of Top Secret information to the Captain and Officers of the U.S.S.
  • Provide usable and reliable intelligence to officers and chiefs alike by way of briefs or powerpoint.
  • Briefed military personnel by providing visual support such as maps on the program Microsoft Powerpoint.
  • Worked with Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Access.

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Here's how Sailors is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Mentored Sailors to fill critical Communication Intelligence Supervisor positions at-sea; increased mission readiness and Command capability 50%.
  • Supervised and trained 4 senior sailors and officers resulting in expanded intelligence expertise.
  • Conduct unit level training for junior sailors in intelligence collection operations.
  • Collaborated with a team of 15 other sailors to successfully complete an Intelligence Team Trainer in preparation for deployment.
  • Record, document and maintain training log of personnel qualifications to inform Sailors of their progress using Microsoft Excel.
  • Assisted in checking sailors in/out, via JPAS, ensuring proper access for training of aircrew and visitors.
  • Facilitated Bystander Intervention command-wide for 40 sailors contributing to a culture of professionalism, respect and trust.
  • Prepared Sailors to meet demanding fleet and theater requirements; inspired work ethic and commitment.
  • Counseled and provided corrective action for subordinates and served as personal mentor to three sailors.
  • Authored Microsoft Excel spreadsheet to automatically track the information and status of all deployed sailors.
  • Mentor and educate junior sailors with specific attention to job skills and professional development.
  • Supervised junior sailors and conducted briefings for the Battle Group's embarked Air Wing.
  • Recognized as Training Support Center's Hampton Roads performing sailors in the area.
  • Trained and mentored over 15 sailors in high tempo and high stress exercises.
  • Have taken on the responsibility of introducing new sailors into the work environment.
  • Conducted training to junior sailors to help them prepare themselves for advancement.
  • CONDUCT LEADERSHIP TRAINING to approximately 20 sailors each duty drill weekend.
  • Scheduled monthly trips to China Lake Naval Base for 30-40 sailors.
  • Provide mid-term counseling and yearly evaluations on all assigned Sailors.
  • Designated as primary GIS trainer in regards to technical and analytical training for command of over 100 sailors.

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19. Intelligence Systems
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Here's how Intelligence Systems is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Created and maintained all user accounts on four independent imagery servers as Intelligence Systems Administrator.
  • Developed training and implementation of intelligence systems throughout brigade's area of responsibility.
  • Provided input to and received data from computerized intelligence systems.
  • Plot imagery data using maps and charts, provide input to and receive data from computerized intelligence systems ashore and afloat.
  • Provided input to and receive data from computerized intelligence systems ashore and afloat; maintaining intelligence databases, libraries and files.
  • Conducted daily research by analyzing intelligence systems/databases to provide feedback to higher echelons for inclusion in the scheme of the U.S.
  • Collected and analyzed data from intelligence systems using SQL for the production of intelligence reports that enabled senior command decisions.
  • Instructed groups of analysts on courses including intelligence systems, targeting, link analysis and other intelligence methods and approaches.
  • Utilize computerized intelligence systems to increase my knowledge of threats at home and around the globe.
  • Used various intelligence systems generated reports to assist in imagery analysis.
  • Operate, manage and maintain proficiency on all intelligence systems and analytical programs of record.

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Here's how Situational Awareness is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Provided the Brigade Commander situational awareness by conducting all-source analysis of the CENTCOM area of responsibility.
  • Generated and provided situational awareness, intelligence briefings and analytic evaluations of current intelligence reporting.
  • Researched and analyzed all types of intelligence to increase situational awareness and identify threats.
  • Maintain situational awareness of significant activity occurring in Pacific Command Area of Responsibility.
  • Ensured deploying units were provided tailored and vetted products to improve situational awareness.
  • Collect and analyze information of combat operations to provide situational awareness for commanders.
  • Trained teams and subordinates on situational awareness.
  • Review intelligence summaries for situational awareness.
  • Provided situational awareness briefings, country studies, and threat assessments in the USPACOM area of responsibility (AOR).
  • Maintained situational awareness of impending threats and provided intelligence support in the form of daily briefings and reports to leadership.
  • Provided information to CONUS JIEDDO for situational awareness and feedback on JIEDDO funded programs and initiatives.
  • Received Navy and Marine Corps Medal, from the MEU, for situational awareness briefing.
  • Provided credible and timely intelligence to the Commander and mission crew s situational awareness.
  • Maintain situational awareness of activities of threat groups in the region.
  • Trained staff in best practices for operations and situational awareness.
  • Fused multi-source data for daily intelligence highlights and weekly COMPACAF briefings increasing COMPACAF situational awareness.
  • Created weekly intelligence products for the I MEF Commanders providing situational awareness on Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iran.
  • Maintain current situational awareness, evaluate the threat picture, and review incoming all-source intelligence message traffic.)
  • Maintained HPA threat steam placemats to aid in CG and Command staff's situational awareness.
  • Coast Guard HUMINT activities include domestic information gathering for situational awareness and against criminal adversaries.

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  • Developed project scope of all source intelligence analysis for Afghanistan, collection requirements and evaluate project scope of Exploitation Project.
  • Prepared and disseminated intelligence reporting in support of tactical, theater and strategic level collection requirements.
  • Led an analyst team and initiated necessary collection requirements during numerous high interest operations.
  • Developed visual prioritization tool from intelligence collection requirements to streamline vessel tracking operations.
  • Analyze current intelligence holdings to identify gaps, and subsequent intelligence collection requirements.
  • Managed the operations of intelligence teams to answer intelligence collection requirements.
  • Validated collection requirements and directed the collection effort.
  • Provided research and analysis of Human Intelligence (HUMINT) targets and associated collection requirements and reporting.
  • Based upon identified intelligence gaps, develops, processes, coordinates and submits collection requirements.
  • Assisted in the development of FORMICA/TIARA standing collection requirements for all supported CINC's.
  • Developed questioning plan and collection requirements based off of the commanders intent.
  • Developed analytical competencies, identify information gaps, and prepare proposed collection requirements to meet current and anticipated intelligence needs.
  • Performed database research and analysis of current intelligence reporting to identify gaps, and subsequent intelligence collection requirements.
  • Provided analytical focus; identified intelligence gaps; specified collection requirements to fill gaps and evaluated results.
  • Provided expert support in the development and implementation of intelligence collection requirements and analytical priorities.
  • Created and Disseminated Collection Requirements to improve collection on command intelligence gaps and field operations.
  • Develop HUMINT collection requirements for debriefers supporting refugee ops.
  • Managed and updated daily production andUSEUCOM collection requirements spreadsheets.
  • Reviewed, directed, and tasked Humint collection requirements to FORMICA elements in Europe.
  • Ensured counterterrorism, counterintelligence and human intelligence operations cross-cued with signals and geospatial intelligence in support of prioritized collection requirements.

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22. AOR
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  • Collected, analyzed, and disseminated all-source tactical intelligence and counterintelligence to senior warfare commanders during operations in the CENTCOM AOR.
  • Identified intelligence gaps and intelligence collection requirements and provide feedback on collection programs in support of USARAF activities in the AOR.
  • Contribute to the development and targeting of several smuggling networks and personalities within the USCENTCOM area of operations (AOR).
  • Awarded Blue Jacket of the Quarter for outstanding performance of duty and extraordinary professionalism from April to June 2013.
  • Deployed CENTCOM AOR Staff Weapons Proliferation Expert, United Nations Liaison, All-source Regional Analyst, and JDISS Operator.
  • Assisted in the development and execution of Subject Matter Engagement Exchanges involving multiple countries in the CENTCOM AOR.
  • Analyzed naval and missile order of battle and installation/facility database production for all countries within USCENTCOM's AOR.
  • Tracked and provided intelligence on terrorist/insurgent groups, actions, and locations in the DIA-ISG SCP-B AOR.
  • Coordinated watch and force protection requirements of a 92-person duty section while deployed to the USCENTCOM AOR.
  • Gained over three years' experience exploiting and interpreting imagery in the PACOM AOR at the JICPAC.
  • Provide detailed products and analysis for national consumers; supporting combat operations in the CENTCOM AOR.
  • Attended meetings and conferences to stay abreast of most current issues within the SOUTHCOM AOR.
  • Lead Petty Office for FOSIF Rota Watch monitoring all Soviet Naval Activity in COMSIXTHFLT AOR.
  • Function as a subject matter expert on high interest shipments traveling into/through the USCENTCOM AOR.
  • Decorated for identifying unexpected movement of hostile forces in the EUCOM AOR.
  • Coordinated with national level agencies regarding intelligence matters relating to ASG-KU AOR.
  • Create infrastructure battle damage assessments for an AOR installations and facilities.
  • Trained at the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) prior to deploying to the CENTCOM AOR.
  • Conducted first and second-phase analysis of military facilities and maritime activity within USCENTCOM and USSOUTHCOM AORs.
  • Deployed to CENTCOM and PACOM AORs and monitored countries of interest within the AORs.

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23. Ts/Sci
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  • Maintained TS/SCI government security clearance.
  • Achieved the rank of Staff Sergeant/E-6 and hold an active Top Secret/Secret Compartmentalized Information (TS/SCI) security clearance.
  • Monitored and supervised all activities that concerned classified materials, up to TS/SCI.
  • Conducted training for all incoming intelligence personnel prior to accessing TS/SCI spaces.
  • Hold TS/SCI clearance from Department of Defense.
  • Possess a current TS/SCI clearance.
  • Granted TS/SCI Security Clearance,Honorably Discharged.

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  • Cross-trained as a Target Materials analyst and provided collateral damage estimate graphics ISO USCENTCOM contingency operations.
  • Delivered imagery analysis to USCENTCOM for the operation, collectively exploited over 1,136 enemy targets.
  • Provided All-Source Intelligence analysis to USCENTCOM Intelligence Chief (J2) regarding terrorist threats and extremist groups focusing on Central Asia.
  • Coordinated synchronized and deployed eight CI soldiers and civilians to CENTCOM in support of the Insider Threat mission in Afghanistan.
  • Coordinated with other Unified Commands, service Intelligence organizations and National Intelligence Agencies on issues relevant to PACOM and USCENTCOM.
  • Deployed CENTCOM Staff Imagery Analyst, Target Material Workstation System Operator (TMWS) for CISE, UNIX Administrator.
  • Produced NEO packages for six countries and supported other U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) directed operations.
  • Assigned to NR JICCENT 0264, as a Combat Assessment analyst supports USCENTCOM by maintaining operational readiness.
  • Prepared formal USCENTCOM policy and procedures for release of intelligence information for OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM.
  • Provided C5F and CENTCOM with critical data impacting decisions relations to missions and operational materials.
  • Maintained one hundred percent accuracy updating the USCENTCOM Theater Intelligence Picture (TIP).
  • Post reports to CENTCOM and foreign networks.
  • Provided database entry by maintaining particular structured and unstructured databases used by the CENTCOM and combatant commands.
  • Serve as key intelligence liaison for CJTF-1 facilitating timely and relevant data flow between Afghanistan/Pakistan center CENTCOM HQ and CJTF-1 Bagram.
  • Created ten Intel products researching Hawala storefronts operating throughout the CENTCOM AO in support of Joint Threat Finance Intelligence.
  • Conducted liaison with USCENTCOM, Defense Intellingence Agency and other agencies in support of the FORMICA/TIARA Program.
  • Coordinated and conductd briefings and debriefings of sources at USCENTCOM and USSOCOM.
  • Maintain and updste CENTCOM SharePoint site pages.
  • Target materials analyst providing targetting suport for US Centcom.

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25. Geoint
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  • Applied advanced GEOINT analysis techniques to make assessments on difficult and complex intelligence requirements.
  • Fused multiple types of GEOINT data sources and products using to meet the intelligence needs of USFK decision makers.
  • Supported and tolerated the creation of a variety of GEOINT media and collateral imagery products.
  • Experience fusing intelligence products from multiple disciplines including SIGINT, GEOINT, HUMINT and OSINT.
  • Served as the GEOINT Team Lead at the Kennedy Irregular Warfare Center at ONI.
  • Utilize Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) and GEOINT to enhance effectiveness.
  • Developed initial GEOINT cyber capability for 300-member battalion during twelve-month deployment to Afghanistan.
  • Disseminated accurate GEOINT-related products timely to Fleet customers and ensured they were ICD 501 compliant (Discoverable, Retrievable).
  • Refined MEU GEOINT SOPs and tailored templates supporting the full spectrum of MEU operations.
  • Experienced in researching national and commercial GEOINT libraries for relevant datasets.

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26. Imint
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  • Experience in the IMINT community to include Predator/Reaper FMV exploitation and target development
  • Correlated and fused technical, geographical, and operational intelligence information utilizing SIGINT, IMINT, ELINT, and OSINT.
  • Utilized various sources of intelligence including HUMINT, SIGINT, IMINT and All Source.
  • Correlated intelligence from ELINT, SIGINT, IMINT, HUMINT, and OSINT.
  • Read/researched/evaluated reports from SIGING, HUMINT, IMINT, SIPRNET and CENTRIX.
  • Review national IMINT collection deck and develop ad hoc SIGINT requirements.
  • Experience includes: The use of IMINT, MASINT, OSINT, COMINT and HUMINT information to complete products.

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27. DIA
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  • Performed intermediate analysis of intercepted communications.
  • Maintained database for research and exploitation; reported open source military and political/military data to DIA and other consumer agencies.
  • Performed intermediate analysis of intercepted communications, prepared technical and tactical intelligence reports.
  • Incorporated new technologies to include multimedia capabilities and access to new databases.
  • Prepared and forwarded media of selected transmissions.
  • Evaluated information obtained and recommends remedial action.
  • Set up and maintained modems, data encryption: custodian of security logs, safes and mission compliant security material.
  • Compile intelligence information and disseminates data through media, such as plots, briefings, reports and publications.
  • Flight's computer systems custodian Selected as Outstanding Performer and element received an Excellent rating during NSI/ORI.
  • Monitor and analyze the Arabic media for relevant and real-time information related to the Brigade PIR.
  • Worked as control guardian, standing observer as well as performed clerical work.
  • Served as the Deputy for DIA personnel in Regional Command South.
  • Identified and solved technical issues with a variety of diagnostic tools.
  • Administered the role of custodian of classified documents.
  • Served as custodian of classified documents.
  • Co-managed information desk requiring immediate research from agency personnel using database searches and hardcopy sources.
  • Fort Wayne, Indiana (HHC 1-293) All source analyst for planning of infantry battalion operations.
  • Searched, triaged and assisted with the declassification of captured enemy documents and media.
  • Provided information, technical, multi-media support and guidance for over 3000 users.
  • Perform target audience and foreign media analysis using foreign language ma- terials.

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28. ISR
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  • Developed and wrote scenarios regarding ISR portion of military exercises.
  • Developed & supported ISR programs as they are adapted to integrate into 505 TS mission areas and CAOC-N events & exercises.
  • Created and delivered over 60 original cultural awareness and TTP briefings and delivered them to ISR analysts across the IC.
  • Provided command and control (C2) of three full motion video exploitation units validating ISR coverage for mission requirements.
  • Managed emerging operations requirements, briefing 101 personnel on Israel and Jordan, arming members with timely threat intelligence.
  • Received multiple commendations for developing ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) portion of exercise and training.
  • Conducted imagery analysis of video and images taken from various ISR and Strike platforms in support of combat operations.
  • Served as ISR lead for scenario development at all planning conferences for Global Lightning and Global Thunder exercises.
  • Managed local & distributed ISR environment generators, system/network models, & constructive elements to support 505 TS.
  • Prepared ISR assessment metrics of IMINT, SIGINT and HUMINT products to gauge the effectiveness of collection operations.
  • Organized and briefed 50 U-2 ISR Mission capabilities to over 300 DOD and US government distinguished visitors.
  • Participated as an Integrated Capability Team (ICT) member for the development of C4ISR solution sets.
  • Provided support to the ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) synchronization process.
  • Provided computer modeling and analysis support for NBC, CIED, ISR Defense studies.
  • Monitored 505 CCW ISR efforts to ensure current and validated intelligence materials used.
  • Analyzed data collected by sensors on ISR platforms.
  • Identified intelligence gaps within the C4ISR infrastructure and conducted other related analytical tasks as directed by the Government Program Manager.
  • Selected to support the Defense Attach Office, American Embassy Beirut, Lebanon during the 2006 Hezbollah-Israeli war.
  • Worked with multiple ISR assets and provided BDA (Battle Damage Assessments for Predator Strikes) .
  • Transformed Joint and Multi-national military business processes in Afghanistan to improve operational effectiveness for theater airborne ISR during Coalition drawdown operations.

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  • Coordinated logistical, administrative and diplomatic requirements for visiting USN and USCG vessels into Finnish ports.
  • Provided logistical and administrative duties for out processing linguist for overseas deployment.
  • Conduct liaison with higher headquarters regarding logistics requests.
  • Utilize and maintain databases and software applications, such as geographic information systems (GIS) mapping and artificial intelligence tools.
  • Prepared dispatch and receipt documents, and maintained accountability for over 700 registered mail articles with a zero error rate.
  • Trained subordinates on GIS systems, tested new GIS software, and recommended upgrades and modifications to tool developers.
  • Utilized CenterMass and GistQueue reporting and tipping tools to yield a number of reports daily.
  • Conducted logistical planning, coordination, set-up, and break-down of multiple rapid deployment events.
  • Assisted in billeting, logistics, vehicle maintenance, and accountability of DIA personnel.
  • Assigned to team Zebra and acting AIC for DPM Logistics, Afghanistan.
  • Worked with Finance, Operations, Logistics, Legal and Contracts.
  • Achieved network mapping (GIS) and analysis for AFRICOM team.
  • Supported the Battalion with over 1000 maps utilizing ArcGIS.
  • Collaborated daily GIS work effort with team members.
  • Utilized GIS software related to MASINT, ONIR, TIR, EO, Radar, and IR
  • Cross-trained with All-Source Intelligence Specialists to provide in-depth country and asset GIS briefs to over 50 personnel including higher leadership.
  • Apply knowledge of gathered information to design and coordinate mission objectives, which include logistics and plan of attack.
  • Entered physical training data & required trainings for all the Marines 2nd Marine Logistic Group.
  • Reviewed GIS/CAD information for potential coax, fiber, and pre/hyperbuild opportunities for sales/market representatives for business prospects.
  • Provide Geospatial Information System (GIS) training for the World Wide department.

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  • Produced high quality field intelligence reports that were disseminated into the intelligence community in direct support of Coast Guard collection requirements.
  • Provided critical and thorough link and trend analysis in direct support of investigations and operations.
  • Completed highly challenging Direct Support Officer certification while maintaining 100% operational readiness.
  • Provided direct support and produced finished intelligence products for the ships joint intelligence center of embarked navy and marine staff personnel.
  • Developed strategic and operational intelligence for USCG and USIC collection requirements in direct support of policies, procedures, and programs.
  • Produced and tracked thousands of documents in direct support of personnel deploying on worldwide operational missions.
  • Provided direct support to the US Naval Fleet around the world.
  • Served 12 months as an Independent duty Intelligence Specialist onboard a combatant cruiser in direct support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
  • Traveled in theatre for direct support operations.
  • Provided direct support to senior leadership to develop current operational briefings, geo-political, geo-economic, security issues and policy.

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  • Coordinated and participated in the analysis, processing and distribution of strategic and tactical intelligence in support of US military operations.
  • Provided operational support, guidance, and expertise to conduct primary and secondary source research and military operations.
  • Analyzed military operational needs to determine functional and cross-functional military Intel requirements and their relationship to military operations.
  • Perform predictive analysis utilizing identified trends and patterns in military operations and training of target countries.
  • Prepared hostile areas of operation to become secure for US Military operations.
  • Created technical documents related to military operations and threat assessments.
  • Supported and participated in covert and conventional military operations.
  • Presented to large audiences using PowerPoint reaching from 10-50 people weekly in order to support military operations.
  • Briefed High level officers on topics vital to military operations on a daily and weekly basis.
  • Supported COMUSNAVSO and Second Fleet on all military operations in the SOUTHCOM AOR.
  • Key Achievements: Provided strategic briefings and support to military operations resulting in identification of persons of interest.
  • Exploited imagery and geospatial data from satellite and airborne systems in support of military operations.
  • Prepared and gave presentations increasing situational awareness for upcoming military operations.
  • Assisted special operations, NCIS, and multi-national task forces during all phases of military operations to assure mission successes.
  • Provided technical, analytical, and planning support for Marine Corps and Department of Defense military operations.
  • performed but was not limited to basic military operations, while upholding all standards.

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32. Threat Assessments
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  • Authored and reviewed over ten comprehensive intelligence threat assessments and current intelligence maritime reports in support of senior US Navy leadership.
  • Created threat assessments in preparation for counterintelligence missions in US Pacific Command
  • Collected and interpreted raw data from various resources, conducted predictive and tread analysis to create a countries threat assessments.
  • Conduct threat assessments, generate intelligence reports, briefs, assessments, and summaries.
  • Developed detailed intelligence reports, threat assessments and the disposition of enemy forces within the active battlespace environment.
  • Inputted cyber threat assessments and produced weekly reports in the Common Platform Enumeration (CPE) Product Dictionary.
  • Create Field Intelligence Reports Conduct consent base interviews with dock masters Create marina threat assessments

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  • Possessed TS-SCI US Government security clearance in order to capture intelligence information from established secret and top secret databases.
  • Provided guidance and assistance for processing Secret and SCI security related positions and eligibility requests.
  • Supervised multidisciplinary staff of 10 in execution of red cell operations for vulnerability assessment.
  • Coordinated work assignments, evaluated performance and disciplined crew members.
  • Obtained Top Secret/SCI security clearance, received Honorable Discharge
  • Reviewed intelligence reports and products of all classification levels up to Top Secret SCI and extracted pertinent information.
  • Trained at Naval Marine Corps Intelligence Training Command (NMITC) that empowered teamwork and discipline.
  • Possess a TOP SECRET Security Clearance with Sensitive compartmental Access, (SCI)
  • Assisted Senior Scientist with special project, and completed computer data transfer.
  • Provide strong leadership for younger Marines through support, education and discipline.
  • Maintained a security clearance level of Top Secret/SCI.
  • Collaborated with joint task forces and disciplines.
  • Top Secret (SCI) security clearance.
  • Attached to 2 BSTB, 2-10 MTN DIV and worked in TSCIF/BISE directly subordinate to 2BSTB S2 actual.
  • Assisted in the management of security programs within SCIFs and promoted security awareness among personnel through periodic program briefings.
  • Conduct in-depth content, quantitative/qualitative research, link analy- sis, tribal hierarchy maturity, multidisciplinary analysis.
  • Worked with other intel disciplines to fuse products into an all-inclusive intelligence brief.
  • Collected, processed and reported time-sensitive data Produced intelligence products for national defense agencies Maintained a Top Secret/SCI security clearance
  • Obtained Top Secret/SCI Clearance Supported Solaris, HP-Unix, earlier SUN-OS systems, Windows NT, LAN and WAN technologies.
  • Specialized in the analysis of multi-source imagery Held top secret (SCI) security clearance Honorable discharge upon completion of enlistment

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  • Developed new methodology to incorporate and disseminate critical and time sensitive information for units deployed to theater.
  • Collected vital and time sensitive information and reported through proper reporting channels.
  • Developed/edited cables and responsible for researching time-sensitive information.
  • Provided training to employees on the proper handling and storage of sensitive information.
  • Verified sensitive information was handled, transported and stored in a secure fashion.
  • Utilized military's Sensitive Information Protocol Network SIPRnet in conducting classified research; maintained large intelligence databases, libraries and files.

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36. Analytical Support
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  • Provided input and assistance with analysis and production of various intelligence products and supplied analytical support for senior military leaders.
  • Gained invaluable exposure to military intelligence reporting, reporting processes and analytical support for human intelligence operations.
  • Provided technical and analytical support to facilitate the conduct of smuggling investigations and related operational activities.
  • Performed tactical HUMINT collections and provided CT/HUMINT analytical support to forward deployed personnel.
  • Provided sensitive analytical support for operations for the Theater command.
  • Provide analytical support for HUMINT operations.
  • Provided all source analytical support throughout the Pacific Theater's Area of Operations with deployments to South Korea and the Philippines.
  • Provided research and analytical support to the Intelligence Community in response to a time sensitive surge effort deadline.
  • Provide real rime analytical support to keep commander up to date on changes to the mission.
  • Provided intelligence analytical support to United States Navy SEAL Team detachments in support to classified missions.
  • Assisted with the production of various intelligence products and supply analytical support to senior leaders.
  • Provided analytical support on socio-cultural issues, regional trends, and developments as they affected objectives.
  • Provide interregional analytical support and reporting TS-SI Clearance maintained and renewed by the US ARMY Organize intercepted messages and isolate valid intelligence
  • Top Secret Security Clearance) Provided time sensitive threat analytical and non-analytical support to First Army's Commanders preparing for deployment.

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37. Photo Composites
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38. Map Composites
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  • Prepared/presented briefings of graphics, charts, overlays, map composites/imagery of enemy territory.
  • Prepared graphics, overlays and photo/map composites; and plotted imagery data using maps and charts.
  • Analyze results, fabricate reports, graphics, overlays and photo or map composites.
  • Prepared graphics, overlays, and photo/map composites.

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39. Geospatial Data
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Here's how Geospatial Data is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Build databases for geospatial data using a designated standard for attribution.
  • Maintained and used geospatial databases, target materials, imagery, and other intelligence products.
  • Collect supporting data, such as field survey data to corroborate Geospatial data analyses.
  • Monitor quality of Geospatial data to determine if procedural changes arenecessary.

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40. Information Reports
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Here's how Information Reports is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Participated in the preparation, final production, and dissemination of intelligence information reports.
  • Served as Division Source Manager and release authority for intelligence information reports.
  • Developed threat information; wrote and disseminated intelligence information reports.
  • Conducted over 20 interrogations as a member of a Mobile Interrogation Team resulting in 45 Intelligence Information Reports.
  • Produced Intelligence Information Reports (IIR) made by human Intelligence (HUMINT) collection agency/command.
  • Maintained FORMICA/TIARA source data base and wrote Intelligence Information Reports.
  • Processed over 2,000 Intelligence Information Reports.
  • Created and updated specific countries military overviews and conducted Intelligence Information Reports and evaluations in a timely manner.
  • Received, analyzed and manipulated raw data (Field Intelligence Reports) and prepared intelligence information reports (IIRs)..

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41. SME
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  • Prepared soldiers for deployment by providing intelligence briefings, threat assessments, and country-focused analysis regarding classified and unclassified information.
  • Prepared assessments of current events based on the sophisticated collection, researched and analyzed classified and open source information.
  • Developed assessments of foreign military developments/trends by monitoring all source threat data and employing other research tools.
  • Identified data deficiencies critical to intelligence assessments and tasks resources to collect and/or exploit required data.
  • Coordinated with intelligence analysts to correlate threat assessment data and perform CND trend analysis and reporting.
  • Generated Intelligence-based assessments for use by tactical operators and planners during the mission planning cycle.
  • Produced damage assessments for numerous conflict areas and humanitarian assistance/disaster relief efforts.
  • Participated in physical security assessment of United States Military Base.
  • Produced assessments of national security policy and strategic initiatives.
  • Prepared evaluations and assessment reports.
  • Conducted CI security assessments relating to the screening of Locally Employed Persons (LEP), and other persons of interest.
  • Prepared and Briefed country specific threat analysis assessment for Joint Chief of staff Security teams.
  • Conducted research and analysis in the preparation and briefing of intelligence reports and assessments.
  • Served as SME for systems management on Client directed Staff visit to Afghanistan.
  • Prepared and presented intelligence summaries, assessments, reports, and briefings.
  • Provided threat assessments in support Operations Enduring Freedom and Noble Eagle.
  • Write weekly articles and assessments for CG and staff updates.
  • Trained junior colleagues in the field of cyber security research, vulnerability assessments, scanning and penetration testing.
  • Provided targeting, weaponeering and battle damage assessment functions for F-16 operations.
  • Prepared threat and risk assessments for commanding officer.

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42. Government Agencies
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  • Submitted and responded to requests for assistance to and from various government agencies to include senior level embassy and military representatives.
  • Deliver in-depth briefings on regional policy to government agencies and commanders to achieve strategic and tactical security requirements.
  • Coordinate with other government agencies and military units to provide HUMINT collection support, exchange and evaluate information and conduct targeting.
  • Prepared daily intelligence briefings for the Chain of Command, Government Agencies and the White House.
  • Search Message Traffic on the AMHS & from other Government Agencies within the Intelligence Community.
  • Conducted joint projects with Naval Research Lab, Defense Intelligence Agency and other government agencies.
  • Collected, Analyzed and Disseminated Intel Information to agents and government agencies.
  • Developed and strengthened essential ties with various government agencies by interfacing with intelligence community at interagency and international briefings.
  • Prepared logical and well-written responses to RFIs as required when received from the field or outside intelligence/government agencies.

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43. Potential Threats
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  • Researched and analyzed data to make recommendations to government personnel about potential threats and persons of interest.
  • Analyzed and briefed Commanding General Officers and senior level management on current intelligence issues and potential threats.
  • Characterized and analyzed network traffic to identify anomalous activity and potential threats to network resources.
  • Identify information gaps and potential threats by evaluating relevance and accuracy of fathered information.
  • Identify and provide detailed analysis regarding potential threats utilizing analyst tools and techniques.
  • Participate in Target Selection Board making recommendations for targets, briefed Board on target specifics, site makeup and potential threats.
  • Provide army personnel with information about enemy force's strengths, weaknesses and potential threats.
  • Play key role in identifying and mitigating potential threats to national security before they develop.
  • Apply highly developed inductive reasoning skills to provide a proactive approach to potential threats.

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  • Served as Arabic linguist and counter intelligence/electronic intelligence specialist to support U.S. initiatives in the Middle East.
  • Prepared and presented regular briefs to high ranking military and government officials.
  • Recommended strategies for social media interaction.
  • Go to enlisted member of the premier Trident unit established to provide intelligence support to deployed special warfare teams.
  • Deployed with US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) for US Diplomatic security missions worldwide provided security threat assessments.
  • Researched external market intelligence opportunities for new cable business opportunities (professional journals, social networks, etc).
  • Presented at global conferences and workshops to senior leadership and hotel associates, receiving top ratings.
  • Handpicked for naval special warfare intelligence training; a position usually reserved for more senior staff.
  • Provided strategic awareness of the military, social, economic and political trends worldwide.
  • Served as liaison between U.S. Officials and Saudi Royal Air Force security/intelligence specialists.
  • Trained in high-clearance special nature programs and tactics, deploying across the globe.
  • Assigned to various units to included Special Warfare Intelligence Unit and SOCJFCOM.
  • Filled in as the designated Intelligence Specialist on an as-needed basis.
  • Draft periodic and special intelligence reports, plans and briefings.
  • Mentored GS-15 leaders and social scientists.
  • Analyzed data, effectively using specialized knowledge of intelligence investigative, operational methodologies, techniques, and concepts.
  • Provided field reconnaissance on potential target compounds to provide accurate infiltration and exfiltration for special operations forces.
  • Ensured analyst web production tools developed by the JAC met system security requirements and reflected current commercial and Intelink standards.
  • Managed over 1,000+ hours of surveillance onboard an $8B aircraft carrier and briefed tactical technical guidance to high officials.
  • Developed key relationships to seek guidance on complex tasks for setting up special assignments and procedures.)

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45. Arcgis
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  • Utilized ESRI s ArcGIS Software Suite and tools to identify infrastructure and mobile targets in support of mission tasking.
  • Delivered training on imagery research and analyst tools including SOCET GXP, Remote View and ArcGIS applications.
  • Served as subject matter expert for ArcGIS, Google Earth and video report processing.
  • Created and implemented a training tutorial on ArcGIS for intelligence specialists.
  • Completed and graduated from ArcGIS level III class.
  • Utilized various software systems including RemoveView, ArcGIS, Socet GXP, GoogleEarth

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46. Jpas
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Here's how Jpas is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted personnel security interviews & suitability checks; and forwarded the investigation information to the proper investigative authority via JPAS.
  • Completed personnel security actions by JPAS data entry and briefing foreign travel requirements.
  • Specialized in Electronic Questionnaires for Investigations Processing (e-QIP) and the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS).
  • Maintained and utilized multiple Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) accounts.
  • Utilize JPAS/e-QIP to initiate, review and approve clearance requests.
  • Utilize JPAS to ensure all personnel were appropriately cleared.
  • Work with JPAS and E-QIP on a daily schedule.
  • Ensured security clearances were up to date for multiple units using programs such as JPAS and e-QIP.

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47. NSA
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Here's how NSA is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Monitored foreign defense technology programs, developments, and international trade transactions for indications of illegal transfer of critical US technologies.
  • Administered dissemination of intelligence products to inter-agency analysts, including National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Homeland Security.
  • Conducted transaction monitoring and complex research utilizing various database for filing, tracking and locating financial documents.
  • Provided briefings to local, national and international consumers to include Director of NSA, Director of CIA and foreign dignitaries.
  • Coordinated information with battle space owners, NATO/ISAF units, and other Intelligence Community organizations (OGA/DIA/NSA/NGIC/NRO).
  • Briefed NSAH and Military Branch organization, policies, and morale and welfare services and support.
  • Recognized by Director NSA, 1998, for discovering shift in tactics and technology by Chinese Triad
  • Created standard operating procedures for users and created policies to ensure compliance with Army/NSA regulations.
  • Provide Intelligence to NSA and Pentagon regarding mission assignment.
  • Maintained close liaison with NGA, CIA, DIA, NSA, JITF-CT, NCTC, and NGIC.
  • Have worked jointly with NSA, DIA, FBI, CIA, and NGA.
  • Developed an extensive threat detection database that was indispensable during a multi-million dollar project to develop boats with improved stealth characteristics.
  • Authored Security Classification Guide Earned NSA/CSS Classification Action Official certification
  • Top Secret TSI clearance Special assignment to NSA, NRO, and the Pentagon Responsible for health and safety intelligence satellite
  • Extracted reports from State of Arkansas Department of Information Systems billing system Mysoft using Crystal Reports.

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48. M3
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Here's how M3 is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Provided operational and production support through the use of M3, PowerPoint, and other IC tools and resources.
  • Received and processed incoming reports and messages using AHMS-M3.
  • Trained personnel on technical intelligence systems such as Gale-LITE and M3, and provided intelligence advancement training for junior personnel.

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49. Unix
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Here's how Unix is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Build, configure, harden and maintain security and operational readiness of Linux and Unix computer systems.
  • Administered a hybrid network consisting of both HP and SUN UNIX with Windows NT based computers.
  • Provided system administration for five UNIX based workstations and 200 WINDOWS NT 4.0 workstations.
  • Researched and compiled mapping products via numerous computer programs including UNIX and CATIS.
  • Maintained UNIX servers and various databases, backups, and workstations.
  • Maintained and performed system administration on SUN-UNIX and HP-UNIX platforms.
  • Worked on UNIX machines for mapping software and network communications.
  • Supported Sun OS Supported UNIX (Linux) and CENTRIX.

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50. Jwics
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Here's how Jwics is used in Intelligence Specialist jobs:
  • Maintained tactical awareness through IC databases and websites on JWICS and SIPRNET.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Intelligence Specialist

Intelligence Community

33.2%

Military Personnel

11.8%

Commander

7.0%

Security Clearance

6.5%

Imagery Analysis

5.7%

Combat

4.7%

Web Intelligence

4.0%

Photographic Reconnaissance Missions

3.0%

Multi-Source Operational Intelligence

2.9%

Humint

2.7%

Law Enforcement

2.2%

Terrorism

2.2%

DOD

2.2%

Sigint

2.0%

Medal

1.9%

Raw Information

1.7%

Powerpoint

1.6%

Sailors

1.6%

Intelligence Systems

1.6%

Situational Awareness

1.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Intelligence Specialist

Rank Skill
1 Intelligence Community 27.1%
2 Military Personnel 9.6%
3 Commander 5.7%
4 Security Clearance 5.3%
5 Imagery Analysis 4.6%
6 Combat 3.8%
7 Web Intelligence 3.3%
8 Photographic Reconnaissance Missions 2.4%
9 Multi-Source Operational Intelligence 2.3%
10 Humint 2.2%
11 Law Enforcement 1.8%
12 Terrorism 1.8%
13 DOD 1.8%
14 Sigint 1.7%
15 Medal 1.5%
16 Raw Information 1.4%
17 Powerpoint 1.3%
18 Sailors 1.3%
19 Intelligence Systems 1.3%
20 Situational Awareness 1.2%
21 Collection Requirements 1.0%
22 AOR 0.9%
23 Ts/Sci 0.9%
24 Centcom 0.8%
25 Geoint 0.8%
26 Imint 0.8%
27 DIA 0.7%
28 ISR 0.7%
29 GIS 0.7%
30 Direct Support 0.7%
31 Military Operations 0.7%
32 Threat Assessments 0.6%
33 SCI 0.6%
34 Osint 0.6%
35 Sensitive Information 0.6%
36 Analytical Support 0.6%
37 Photo Composites 0.6%
38 Map Composites 0.6%
39 Geospatial Data 0.6%
40 Information Reports 0.5%
41 SME 0.5%
42 Government Agencies 0.5%
43 Potential Threats 0.5%
44 CIA 0.5%
45 Arcgis 0.4%
46 Jpas 0.4%
47 NSA 0.4%
48 M3 0.4%
49 Unix 0.4%
50 Jwics 0.4%
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