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Army MOS 35N Signal Intelligence Analyst Promotions

Analyzing foreign communications and non-communications helps our military experts better plan our nation’s defense. That’s where a Signals Intelligence Analyst is most valuable. They perform analysis and reporting of foreign communications and non-communications and relay that information by producing combat, strategic and tactical intelligence reports.

Some of your duties as a Signals Intelligence Analyst may include:

Gather, sort, and scan intercepted messages to isolate valid intelligence
Perform initial analysis to establish target identification and operational patterns
Identify, report, and maintain Signal Intelligence and Electronic Order of Battle information
Maintain analytical working aids and databases to support target collection, identification, and location
Use technical references to analyze communications and non-communications information
Operate automated data processing equipment for Signal Intelligence collection, processing and reporting
Perform operator maintenance on surveillance systems, organic communications equipment, power sources
Assist in the emplacement, camouflage, and recovery of surveillance systems and/or associated equipment
Prepare technical and tactical intelligence reports

Job training for a Signals Intelligence Analyst requires nine weeks of Basic Training, where you learn basic oldiering skills, and 24 weeks of Advanced Individual Training, which includes practice in operating radio equipment. Some of the skills you’ll learn are:

Establishing target identification and operational patterns
Identifying Order of Battle
Analyzing communications information using technical references
Preparing technical and tactical intelligence reports

Advanced Responsibilities
Advanced level Signal Intelligence Analysts provides guidance, supervises, and trains other Soldiers within the same discipline. As an advanced level Signal Intelligence Analyst, you may be involved in:

Perform intermediate analysis of intercepted communications and non-communications information
Prepare and maintain Signal Intelligence technical data and Electronic Order of Battle information
Perform correlation and fusion of Signals Intelligence data and products
Review intelligence reports
Assist in the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) process

Related Civilian Jobs
The skills you gain as a Signals Intelligence Analyst will allow you to work for government agencies like the National Security Agency, the FBI and the CIA. There are also related jobs in private electronics and communications companies.

Related Army Positions
Cryptologic Linguist (35P)
Intelligence Analyst (35F)
Signals Collector / Analyst (35S)