Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) - Military Intelligence

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Looking for jobs in the US Army? Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) is the US Army's term for the various jobs available to those that enlist. Take a look at the job listing below and see if any of these jobs are of interest to you.
Click on the name of the job specialty to see additional details about that MOS and requirements to do the various jobs.

Specialty CMF Major Duties
All Source Intelligence Technician 350F

The All Source Intelligence Technician is a warrant officer position which is responsible for combining and organizing intelligence information from different source into a single finished product. They may also advise the commander and his staff on the intelligence situation and considerations, as well as coordinating with analytical groups, specialized intelligence activities, and intergovernmental or multinational organizations.

Common Ground Station Operator 35H

Supervises or participates in detecting, locating and tracking ground targets and rotary wing and slow moving fixed wing aircraft.

Communications Locator/Interceptor 98H

Performs and supervises detection, acquisition, identification, exploitation and location of foreign communications employing international Morse code (IMC) and radio-printer (non-Morse) using signals intelligence/electronic warfare (SIGINT/EW) collection and location equipment. Performs collection management.

Counter Intelligence Technician 351L

The Counter Intelligence Technician is a warrant officer position which conducts investigations into potential acts of terrorism, espionage, or sabotage, against the Army, and works to prevent such acts. They also report such threats to commanders and their staff, and may also work with the Criminal Investigation Division, FBI, Department of Justice, and other federal or state agencies.

Counterintelligence / Human Intelligence Senior Sergeant 97Z

Supervises the collection, processing, development, and dissemination of counterintelligence, counter-signals intelligence, and human intelligence information.

Counterintelligence Agent 35L

Supervises and conducts, or assists in conducting, CI surveys and investigations of individuals, organizations, and installations to detect, identify, assess, counter, exploit, and neutralize threats to national security.

Cryptologic Communications 35P

The cryptologic linguist performs and supervises detection, acquisition, geolocation, identification, and exploitation and analysis of foreign communications at all echelons using signals intelligence/electronic warfare (SIGINT/EW) systems. The cryptologic linguist copies, translates, transcribes, gists and/or produces summaries of foreign communication transmissions; performs analysis and ISR synchronization to support mission requirements.

Cryptologic Linguist 98G

Performs and supervises detection, acquisition, location, identification, and exploitation of foreign communications at all echelons using signals equipment. Translates, transcribes, gists, or produces summaries of foreign language transmissions in English/target languages. Performs collection management.

Electronic Intelligence Interceptor/Analyst 98J

Performs and supervises detection, acquisition, location, identification, exploitation, and reporting of foreign ELINT at division, corps, and echelon above corps (EAC). Performs collection management.

Electronic Warfare Specialist 29E

The Electronic Warfare Specialist supervises and performs military action involving the use of electromagnetic energy to determine, exploit, reduce, or prevent hostile use of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Ground Surveillance Systems Operator 96R

Supervises or operates ground surveillance systems engaged in intelligence and information gathering.

Human Intelligence Collection Technician 351M

Human Intelligence Collection Technician (HUMINT Collection Technician) is a warrant officer position which is responsible for the gathering of intelligence from human sources. HUMINT Technicians interrogate and debrief (as per Uniform Code of Military Justice, and other applicable regulations and agreements) personnel, as well developing plans for effective interrogation and constructing and delivering reports based on their findings.

Human Intelligence Collector 35M

Supervises and conducts tactical HUMINT collection operations that include, but are not limited to, debriefings, interrogations, and elicitations in English and foreign languages for positive intelligence and force protection information; screens Human Intelligence (HUMINT) sources and documents to establish priorities for exploitation; under CI supervision, plans and participates in counterintelligence and Force Protection Operations (CFSO).

Imagery Analyst 35G

Supervises or analyzes aerial and ground permanent record imagery developed by photographic and electronic means. Plans and recommends the use of imaging sensors for reconnaissance and surveillance missions.

Imagery Intelligence Technician 350G

Imagery Intelligence Technician is a warrant officer position that is responsible for providing expertise and leadership in geographic intelligence (GEOINT). They may act as the officer in charge of a team performing imagery analysis on a variety of still or video images, such as satellites and other national-level assets, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), or cockpit video from an aircraft. In addition to identifying terrain, equipment, movement and any other potential threats, they may also perform intelligence briefings of the information they uncover.

Intelligence Analyst 35F

Supervises, performs, or coordinates, collection management, analysis, processing, and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence.

Intelligence Senior Sergeant 96Z

Supervises intelligence surveillance, collection, analysis, processing, and distribution activities at group, division, corps, US Army, and comparable or higher echelons.

Military Intelligence Officer 35O

Military Intelligence Officers are always out front, providing essential intelligence and in many cases saving Soldiers who are fighting on the front lines.

Military Intelligence Officers also assess risks associated with friendly and enemy courses of action and act to counter or neutralize identified intelligence threats. The MI Officer also uses intelligence systems and data to reduce uncertainty of enemy, terrain and weather conditions for a commander.

Military Intelligence Systems Maintainer/Integrator 35T

Supervises or performs unit, direct support, and general support and depot maintenance of Command/Control subsystems, receiver subsystems, and processing/storage subsystems and related equipment at fixed station, remote sites, and US Army depots.

Signals Collection/Identification Analyst 98K

Performs and supervises collection, identification, exploitation, and analysis of foreign radioteletype, facsimile, and data communications. Performs collection management.

Signals Intelligence Analyist 35N

The Signals Intelligence Analyst supervises and performs analysis and reporting of intercepted foreign communications and non-communications at all echelons. Assist in the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) Synchronization process. Produces combat, strategic, and tactical intelligence reports.

Signals Intelligence Analyst 98C

Supervises and performs analysis and reporting of intercepted foreign communications at corps, division and echelon above corps (EAC). Performs collection management. Produces combat, strategic, and tactical intelligence reports.

Signals Intelligence Senior Sergeant 98Z

Serves as staff NCO for major commands engaged in Signals intelligence/electronic warfare (SIGINT/EW) operations and combat development or training.

Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator 96U

Supervises or operates the TUAV, to include mission planning, mission sensor/payload operations, launching, remotely piloting, and recovering the aerial vehicle.

Voice Interception Technician 352P

Voice Interception Technician is a warrant officer position which is responsible for conducting and directing Intelligence and Electronic Warfare (IEW) personnel on correct techniques, procedures, and employment of IEW assets. In addition, they may also advise commanders and their staff on the most effective way to employ IEW assets.