As a Geospatial Intelligence Imagery Analyst, the soldier is responsible for analyzing overhead and aerial imagery using photographic and electronic means. Their primary role is to provide critical information about enemy forces, potential battle areas, and combat operations support to Commanders and Supported Forces. They work with various types of imagery, ranging from future operations to post-operation and battle damage assessment, as needed. By conducting detailed analysis of imagery, they contribute valuable intelligence to support military operations.
35G30 Imagery Sergeant
Serves as a Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Sergeant in the 1st Armored Division (1AD) Analysis and Control Element (ACE). Their responsibilities include supervising and training three NCOs, nine soldiers, and their families. They oversee the production and dissemination of the latest imagery and Ground Moving Target Indicator (GMT) intelligence to support the 1AD ACE and four Brigade Combat Team operations. Additionally, they are accountable for maintaining the serviceability and accountability of imagery intelligence and production equipment with a net worth exceeding $1,500,000.
Imagery Intelligence Sergeant
Serves as an Imagery Intelligence Sergeant in the 3rd Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne). They are responsible for producing and disseminating imagery and geospatial products in support of the Global War on Terrorism strategies and Special Forces operations in the Pacific Command and Central Command areas of responsibility. They also update and manage the battalion’s digital map database and fulfill all requests for information down to the operational detachment Alpha (ODA) level. The maintenance and accountability of imagery intelligence and production equipment exceeding a net worth of over $90,000 fall under their responsibility.
This role involves being responsible for the health, welfare, and training of one NCO and two soldiers on the Imagery Intelligence (IMINT) team within the G-2 Analysis and Control Element (ACE) Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) section. They plan, coordinate, and supervise mission execution and training of the IMINT team in a garrison environment. Quality assurance of IMINT products is also a part of their responsibilities. Moreover, they are accountable for the maintenance and operation of one Distributive Tactical Exploitation System (DTES) valued at $2,000,000.