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