35F4P All Source Intelligence Analyst
Serves as the Civil Information Management Intelligence analyst for the USACAPOC(A) G2 Staff Section. They are the subject matter expert on intelligence support to Civil Affairs (CA), Psychological and Information Operations efforts (PSYOPS and IO). This analyst provides guidance to enlisted members on intelligence support and assists in gaining and maintaining access to sensitive compartmented information facilities throughout the command.
35F2O Intelligence Analyst
Serves as an intelligence analyst for an Artillery Battalion of over 300 Soldiers. Their role involves developing mission analysis products used by the commander, command staff, and five subordinate units. They gather necessary information to support company commanders in their missions, and provide training on intelligence systems and processes. This analyst prepares briefs for Battalion and Unit level command staff and is responsible for the daily health, welfare, training, discipline, and accountability of all assigned soldiers.
35F40 Battalion S-2 NCOIC, TRADOC
Serves as the Battalion S-2 Noncommissioned Officer in Charge for a Training & Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Military Intelligence Battalion. They are responsible for personnel and physical security, security clearance management, and security awareness. Additionally, they provide physical security products, conduct analysis, and present unclassified briefings to the Company and Battalion command teams. This role involves supervising one Staff Sergeant and one Civilian Contractor.
35F2O S2 NCOIC for an Aviation Regiment
Serves as the S2 NCOIC for an Aviation Regiment consisting of five companies. They supervise, perform, and coordinate data collection management, analysis, processing, and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence. This NCOIC conducts quality control analysis of work performed by subordinates and assists in the preparation of indicators to satisfy priority intelligence requirements. They are also responsible for preparing and conducting command intelligence training programs.
Battalion Intelligence Sergeant
Serves in an S2 Section for a Stryker Brigade Combat Team. The Battalion Intelligence Sergeant is responsible for the training, health, welfare, and technical support of two NCOs and one soldier. They supervise, perform, and coordinate collection management, analysis, processing, and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence. Additionally, they conduct quality control supervision of subordinates and assist in the preparation of indicators to satisfy priority intelligence requirements. They are also responsible for preparing and conducting command intelligence training programs.
Targeting Cell NCOIC
Serves as part of the Analysis and Control Element’s (ACE) Targeting Cell in the G2 of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). This role involves supervising the production of fused intelligence products to support the Command Group, Division staff, and subordinate units. The Targeting Cell NCOIC assists in conducting intelligence analyst training and briefings and is responsible for the training, health, morale, and welfare of one NCO and four soldiers. They also maintain accountability of specialized property book items and equipment worth over $500,000.
Brigade Fusion NCOIC & Platoon Sergeant
Supervises the analysis and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence from all intelligence disciplines. They analyze current intelligence to identify gaps and subsequent collection requirements, and supervise intelligence operations within the Brigade. This NCOIC provides indicators and current situation briefings to subordinate and higher echelons. They are also responsible for supervising the maintenance of vehicles and equipment valued at over $2,000,000, as well as the health, welfare, morale, professional development, and training of six NCOs and 15 soldiers.
Intelligence Analyst and Battalion Staff NCO
Served as an intelligence analyst and Battalion Staff NCO in a Construction Effects Battalion attached to Area Support Group Kuwait in support of Operation New Dawn. In this role, they ensured tactical and administrative reports and orders were managed and distributed throughout the Battalion. They prepared and submitted intelligence reports and summaries to assist the battalion command team in decision-making. Additionally, they supervised, trained, and managed three soldiers on their shift and were responsible for the maintenance and accountability of Tactical Operations equipment valued in excess of $350,000.
NCOIC, AQI Team of the Analysis and Control Element
Serves as the Noncommissioned Officer in Charge of the AQI Team of the Analysis and Control Element. They are responsible for the health, welfare, and leadership of one soldier and supervise training and intelligence operations in support of global contingency missions Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn. This NCOIC provides intelligence products, conducts analysis, and presents classified and unclassified briefings to the division leaders. They provide timely and relevant intelligence to the 1st ID, division staff, and three subordinate brigade combat teams.
S2 NCOIC (SL 30)
Serves as the S2 NCOIC for a Training & Doctrine (TRADOC) Military Intelligence (MI) Battalion consisting of over 140 Soldiers, 150 Contractors, 28 DA Civilians, and an average of 700 students. Their responsibilities include personnel security, security clearance management, and security awareness. They also coordinate with one DA Civilian to ensure operational security (OPSEC) and Intelligence Oversight requirements and training are met.
An intelligence analyst and BDE S2 Section Platoon Sergeant for 15 officers and enlisted personnel assigned to a Heavy Brigade Combat Team. They provide fused analytical products for the BCT Commander and are a subject matter expert on Sunni extremists. This analyst briefs the BCT Commander weekly on the current situation, conducts multiple database searches, and is responsible for the daily health, welfare, training, discipline, and accountability of all assigned soldiers.
An intel analyst acting as the Section Sergeant of an expanding 8-man Intelligence Section. They assist and advise the Battalion Intelligence Officer in planning and executing TOC Operations. This analyst is responsible for the individual training, morale, and welfare of the section, and trains subordinates through mentorship, coaching, and counseling. They are accountable for over $10,000 worth of MTOE equipment and responsible for strength maintenance of the section, including recruiting and retention.