Signals Intelligence Analyst (35N)

A signals intelligence analyst examines foreign communications/activity and relays that information by producing combat, strategic and tactical intelligence reports.

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Knowing your adversary’s locations, movements, strengths, capabilities and tactical intentions is key to battlefield success… and a national security priority.

This is accomplished primarily through interception of foreign communications and signals.

Collecting, analyzing, and reporting this critical information is the responsibility of the Signals Intelligence Analyst.

Because of the nature of this work, the majority of your duties, and processes you use are highly classified.

Therefore, you must qualify for a Top Secret Security Clearance.

This career field requires individuals who have exceptional analytical, problem solving and investigative skills..,

…an interest in radio equipment operations..,

…have good typing and computer skills..,

…and enjoy solving puzzles using predictive analysis.

After successfully completing Basic Combat Training, you will attend Advanced Individual Training for 26 weeks at Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo, Texas.

There you will learn radio theory, cartography, intelligence analysis and reporting,

…and receive instruction on the specialized equipment and processes used to conduct your missions.

In this career field, you will be responsible for organizing intercepted messages..,

…identifying, tracking, and analyzing a target’s operational patterns..,

…maintaining various types of analytical working aids and databases..,

…assisting in the emplacement, camouflage, and recovery of surveillance systems..,

…and preparing combat, strategic, tactical and technical intelligence reports and maps.

As an Army Signals Intelligence Analyst you will have the opportunity to advance your career through on-the-job and additional skills training, while participating in unique assignments around the world.

You may also have the opportunity to join and apply your skills as part of a Special Forces team.

The skills, knowledge, and leadership experience you gain as a Signals Intelligence Analyst, can help you in your transition from the military to the civilian work force..,

…where you may find employment with national security government agencies, or with private electronic and communications companies.

Collecting, analyzing, and reporting the information that keeps our Soldiers and nation safe: Army Signals Intelligence Analyst, Always Out Front!