MOS 35N, Signals Intelligence Analyst Duty Descriptions

35N SIGINT ANALYST for Army Reserve Element

Assumes the role of a Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Analyst in the Cryptologic Services Group, entrusted with the task of scrutinizing and disseminating pertinent information to meet national and tactical-level intelligence requirements. Utilizes and maintains analytical tools to aid Task Force intelligence analysts in fostering collaboration among supporting entities.


Serves as the Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) for the U.S. Army Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) section. Tasked with the analysis and distribution of relevant information to fulfill the intelligence needs of the United States. Develops and manages analytical tools to assist G2 intelligence analysts in promoting intelligence collaboration among supporting entities. Gathers, processes, and disseminates requirements from U.S., partner nations, coalition forces, and host nation interests. Maintains an up-to-date understanding of the prevailing threat landscape and key environmental factors in support of operational endeavors.

35N30/Intel Support to Information Operations & Cyber

Coordinates and harmonizes the fusion of intelligence into information operations, cyber operations, compartmented planning, and specialized technical operations. Assumes the role of the subject matter expert and technical liaison for the Intelligence Directorate of the United States Africa Command (AFRICOM), collaborating with the Information Operations division and the Joint Command Cyber Center (JCCC). Develops cyber/virtual electronic target folders to identify cyber threats, targets, and trends that influence the decision-making process of the joint force commander.

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