Do you want to become an information and communication specialist for the National Guard? Is military intelligence something that you would enjoy? This is a great career path. Every year, thousands of people get involve with the National Guard through a military intelligence job. Are you going to be next?
To get involved with military intelligence in the National Guard you will go through a lot of training. Just like all new members of the Guard you start out with 10 weeks of Basic Training. From there, your Advanced Individual Training can last anywhere from 7 to 44 weeks based on the job specialty that you choose. In select situations, such as foreign language positions, you will be required to train for 12 months or longer.
Some of the most popular military intelligence jobs include: information technology specialist, radio operator and maintainer, network switching systems operator and maintainer, cable systems installer and maintainer, multimedia illustrator, nodal network systems operator and maintainer, microwave systems operator and maintainer, multichannel transmission systems operator and maintainer, satellite communications systems operator and maintainer, signal support systems specialist, combat documentation, intelligence analyst, imagery analyst, common ground station operator, ground surveillance systems operator, counterintelligence agent, signals intelligence analyst, signals collector, senior signal sergeant, and intelligence senior sergeant.
Do any of these National Guard military intelligence jobs suit you? From the day you join the National Guard to the day you leave and hunt for a civilian job, you will be working in an exciting field that leaves you feeling good day after day.