Mentally. all those options, plus NSA, will be available to you after 4+ years working with a clearance. In basic, I’m expecting to be surrounded by a bunch of younger kids who are very unlike me, but once I specialize in MI, what can I expect from the people there? One thing about the military is there is not a whole lot, if any, choice in where you go and when. I've seen this happen with individuals only qualified as admin assistants working the front desk. 1.Based on the information about me that I’ve given you, which branch and MOS would you recommend? Geller first mused about seeing "drops of water," then described "purple circles." If Biden Wins, Is the United States Heading for a Rural Insurgency? Your prior military service could qualify you to continue to serve your nation at the Central Intelligence Agency. You will be following a set program. It doesn't necessarily have to be one of the three I mentioned above. But I have come around. 7.What should I look out for when signing my contract? Opportunities for qualified applicants are available in the U.S. and abroad. My final assignment was with a top secret task force operating amidst the Syrian Civil War. Because unless you're at a super chill strategic MI unit, you will not necessarily be surrounded by the "MI professionals" that you hold in such high esteem. So that is my advice to you. My recruiter told me how I was going to be James Bond and fuck bad bitches.

How about avoiding being trailed and losing those trailing you? Which MOSs allow for most time “outside the wire”? I think they are starting to decline but, will someone else readily take their place depending on the raison d'etre of the day? They have the best information gathering tools, They also have more power in general and are devoted to the constitution. Leverage your current skills to get hired by one of the countless defense contractors out there. These two jobs are the only ones I saw going outside the wire regularly. You won't be hired to do intel analysis, but getting in the door is what's important.

I'm interested in going into intelligence analysis (as in U.S. government intelligence analysis) for a long-term career, but it seems to be very difficult to get into. Thank you for reading this long post. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Then you add in the idea that you are CIA and that puts a tremendous target on your back. What I mean by this is so I sign my contract, get shipped off to basic, then begin AIT, then DLI, then what? I do not have a degree (stupid, stupid, stupid) and I went in out of HS with no real work experience. Will the Taliban retake Afghanistan? New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the careerguidance community.

Thanks for the advice! It's part of the adventure though! r/IntelligenceNews: Intelligence News - subreddit for current news about international and domestic intelligence, espionage, diplomacy and …

Stargate also conducted tests to see if psychic abilities could be performed on command under controlled circumstances. In one notable example, the word "bunch" was selected at random, and the control subject drew a bunch of grapes. COVID-19 infects the mouth. BUT everyone I know in Air Force MI loves it. There are no skills that you can learn per se prior to joining the Agency that will make you a stronger candidate.