The U.S. Army's Counterintelligence Special Agent recruiting team will conduct information briefings from 1 to 2 p.m. and 2 to 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Fort Drum Education Center, 4300 Camp Hale Road. Briefings will provide information concerning the CI special agent military occupational specialty.
Included will be criteria for entry into MOS 35L, the application process, as well as missions, assignments and training opportunities. These information briefings are primarily directed at specialists and sergeants.
Army CI is made up of individuals who have a desire to detect, identify, assess and then neutralize or exploit foreign intelligence and security service activities against U.S. forces. Special agents work against these foreign intelligence and security services by conducting investigations, operations, surveillance, evidence processing, analysis and source oper-
If you have an outgoing personality and enjoy talking to people, can effectively organize information, are interested in collecting information and studying its meaning, and have the ability to clearly relay information verbally and in writing, you should consider applying to become an Army counterintelligence special agent.
For details, contact Randall Long at (520) 533-2320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
, or Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Mielke at (520) 533-2317 or email email@example.com