Become one of the Utah Army National Guard's information specialists, and be apart of the world's most advanced intel team.

  • Intelligence Analyst (35F) Having the correct information about enemy forces and potential battle areas is absolutely necessary to plan for our national defense. Intelligence Analysts work with other intelligence specialists to gather and study aerial photographs, electronic monitoring and human observation. Intelligence Analysts are primarily responsible for analysis, processing and distribution of strategic and battlefield-related intelligence needed by Army personnel to design defense plans and tactics.
  • Imagery Analyst (35G) Having the correct information about enemy forces and potential battle areas is absolutely necessary to plan for our national defense. Imagery Analysts work with other intelligence specialists to gather and study images and information required for designing defense plans and tactics. The Imagery Analyst is primarily responsible for analyzing aerial and ground photographs and electronic imagery, such as aerial photographs of foreign ships, bases, missile sites and industrial facilities. They also identify enemy weapons and equipment defenses, and study land and sea areas that could become battlegrounds in time of war.
  • Counterintelligence Agent (35L) Having the correct information about enemy forces and potential battle areas is absolutely necessary to plan for our national defense. Counterintelligence Agents use aerial photographs, electronic monitoring and human observation to gain information about individuals, foreign bases, missile sites, ships, troop movements and codes in order to process counterintelligence evidence, support anti-terrorism operations and counteract threats to national security.
  • Human Intelligence Collector (35M) Having the correct information about enemy forces and potential battle areas is absolutely necessary to plan for our national defense. Intelligence specialists such as the Human Intelligence Collector (HUMINT) provide information about enemy forces and potential battle areas. Human Intelligence Collectors primarily conduct interrogations and debriefings in English and foreign languages, and debrief U.S. prisoner-of-war returnees, refugees, defectors and other friendly sources to obtain information for military intelligence.
  • Signals Intelligence Analyst (35N) Analyzing foreign communications helps our military experts better plan our nation's defense. Signals Intelligence Analysts intercept and analyze foreign communications and relay intelligence reports regarding combat, strategic and tactical intelligence information. Analysts also study and locate radio signals to understand the tactics and organization of foreign military forces.
  • Cryptologic Communications Interceptor/Locator (35P) The nation's defense depends on information from foreign language newspapers, magazines, radio broadcasts and other sources. The Cryptologic Communications Interceptor/Locator, also known as a Cryptologic Linguist, is able to read and understand other languages, and is primarily responsible for detecting and identifying foreign communications using signals equipment. Cryptologic Linguists translate written and spoken foreign-language material and broadcasts, making sure to preserve the original meaning, while scanning for key words and indicators. They may also question prisoners of war, enemy deserters and civilian informers in their native languages.