96B (Now 35F) Intel Analyst Duty Descriptions

35F20 Intelligence Section Team Leader

As a Squadron S2 Intelligence Section Team Leader, one serves as a leader and trainer for three Intelligence Analysts within a squadron of 443 soldiers. The responsibilities include leading and training the team, ensuring their well-being, and overseeing the garrison Personnel and Physical security programs for the squadron. Additionally, during tactical and staff training exercises, the Team Leader acts as a current operations intelligence shift leader.

Intelligence Analyst and Battalion Staff NCO

In the role of Intelligence Analyst and Battalion Staff NCO, one served in a 563-soldier Construction Effects Battalion attached to Area Support Group Kuwait in support of Operation New Dawn. The primary duties involved managing and distributing tactical and administrative reports and orders throughout the battalion. The NCO was responsible for preparing and submitting intelligence reports and summaries to assist the battalion command team in decision-making. They also supervised, trained, and managed three soldiers and were responsible for the maintenance and accountability of Tactical Operations equipment valued at over $350,000.


Serving as the Noncommissioned Officer in Charge of the AQI Team of the Analysis and Control Element, one is responsible for the health, welfare, and leadership of one soldier. The NCOIC supervises training and intelligence operations in support of global contingency missions Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation New Dawn. They provide intelligence products, conduct analysis, and present classified and unclassified briefings to division leaders. The NCOIC ensures timely and relevant intelligence is provided to the 1st ID, division staff, and three subordinate brigade combat teams.

S2 NCOIC (SL 30)

In the position of S2 NCOIC for a Training & Doctrine (TRADOC) MI BN, which consists of over 140 soldiers, 150 contractors, 28 DA civilians, and an average of 700 students, the responsibilities include personnel security, security clearance management, security awareness, OPSEC, and Intelligence Oversight requirements and training. The NCOIC coordinates with one DA civilian to fulfill these responsibilities.

Intel Analyst

As an Intel Analyst and BDE S2 Section Platoon Sergeant, one serves 15 officers and enlisted personnel assigned to a Heavy Brigade Combat Team. The role involves providing a fused analytical product for the BCT Commander, specializing in Sunni extremists. The Intel 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.

Intel Analyst

Serving as an Intel Analyst and acting as Section Sergeant of an 8-man Intelligence Section, one assists and advises the Battalion Intelligence Officer in planning and executing TOC Operations. The responsibilities include the individual training, morale, and welfare of the section, which involves mentorship, coaching, counseling, and accountability for over $10,000 worth of MTOE equipment. The Intel Analyst is also responsible for strength maintenance of the section, including recruiting and retention.

Intel SGT

In the role of S2 NCOIC for an Aviation Regiment consisting of five companies, one supervises, performs, and coordinates data collection management, analysis, processing, and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence. The Intel SGT conducts quality control analysis performed by subordinates, assists in the preparation of indicators to satisfy priority intelligence requirements, and is responsible for preparing and conducting command intelligence training programs.


Serving as the Battalion Intelligence Sergeant in an S2 Section for a Stryker Brigade Combat Team consisting of 687 soldiers, the responsibilities include the training, health, welfare, and technical support of two NCOs and one soldier. The NCOIC supervises, performs, and coordinates collection management, analysis, processing, and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence within the battalion. They conduct quality control analysis, assist in the preparation of indicators to fulfill priority intelligence requirements, and are responsible for preparing and conducting command intelligence training programs.

Targeting Cell NCOIC

As the Analysis and Control Element’s (ACE) Targeting Cell NCOIC for the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), one is responsible for supervising the production of fused intelligence products in support of the Command Group, Division staff, and subordinate units. The NCOIC assists in conducting intelligence analyst training and briefings, ensuring the training, health, morale, and welfare of one NCO and four soldiers. Additionally, they maintain accountability of over $500,000 worth of specialized property book items and equipment.

Brigade Fusion NCOIC & Platoon Sergeant

In the role of Brigade Fusion NCOIC and Platoon Sergeant, one supervises and performs the analysis and dissemination of strategic and tactical intelligence from all intelligence disciplines. They analyze current intelligence holdings to identify intelligence gaps and subsequent collection requirements. The NCOIC supervises intelligence operations within the brigade and provides indicators and current situation briefings to subordinate and higher echelons. They are also responsible for the maintenance of vehicles and equipment valued at over $2,000,000. Additionally, they ensure the health, welfare, morale, professional development, tactical employment, and training of six Noncommissioned Officers and 15 soldiers.

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