MOS 35L Counter Intelligence Agent Duty Descriptions

35L30/40 Counterintelligence (CI) Agent as a CI Instructor

In this role, the soldier serves as an Instructor/Writer for the US Army’s Counterintelligence Officer Course (CIOC). Their primary responsibility is to train officers, warrant officers, Military Intelligence Civilian Excepted Career Program (MICECP) personnel, and Department of the Army Civilians in all aspects of US Army Counterintelligence (CI). They are accountable for managing the course’s accountability, scheduling, and resource management. Additionally, they review and improve instructional materials to ensure their relevance and compliance with evolving doctrine and field application. This position plays a critical role in shaping the next generation of CI professionals by providing them with the necessary knowledge and skills.

Counterintelligence (CI) Special Agent

As a Counterintelligence Special Agent assigned to a Military Intelligence Battalion, this soldier is responsible for managing CI candidates and facilitating adjudication interviews. They conduct CI activities and investigations aimed at detecting, identifying, and neutralizing threats such as sabotage, treason, sedition, terrorism, subversion, and espionage directed against the Army. Their work is crucial in safeguarding Army assets and ensuring CI force protection source operations.

Counterintelligence Agent

In this capacity, the soldier serves as a Senior Counterintelligence Agent and Platoon Sergeant in a CI/HUMINT (Counterintelligence/Human Intelligence) Company. They provide leadership, mentorship, and training to subordinates on Soldier skills. Additionally, they are responsible for equipment accountability and maintenance. They support superiors by presenting information through briefings and written reports. This role requires staying updated on Department of Defense, other Service, and National Security topics that impact target issues and regions. The soldier also conducts or assists in CI support to force protection, designs OPSEC initiatives, and prepares and disseminates intelligence reports, briefings, and assessments to address intelligence requirements.

Counterintelligence Agent

In this role, the soldier participates in planning and supervising CI investigations into threats or instances of sabotage, espionage, treason, sedition, and terrorism targeting the United States Army. They also contribute to tactical collection of human intelligence (HUMINT) to identify offensive and insurgent threats against deployed U.S. Forces. The soldier conducts liaison with supporting agencies, prepares intelligence reports and estimates for dissemination into tactical and national intelligence systems, and performs additional duties as assigned.

35L20/30 Counterintelligence (CI) Agent in a Stryker Brigade Combat Team

As a Counterintelligence Agent in a Stryker Brigade Combat Team, this soldier is responsible for planning and conducting CI investigations. They process CI evidence, consolidate intelligence data, and produce and maintain CI analytical products. They provide CI/Human intelligence support for multidiscipline counterintelligence products and engage in liaison and coordination with other agencies. The soldier prepares CI reports and estimates and performs CI support for threat vulnerability assessments. Additionally, while deployed forward, they conduct investigations to detect, identify, assess, counter, exploit, and neutralize threats to national security.

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