Navy Reserve Intelligence Officers
Intelligence officers are the technical
experts in the collection, analysis and dissemination of information that
directly supports the intelligence requirements and needs of operational
warfare commanders and the National Command Authority.
Advanced systems and analysis techniques are used to locate, identify,
analyze and disseminate real-time intelligence information. Typically
this may include using tactical and space-based imagery, computers, radar,
acoustic sensors and electronic signals surveillance to analyze intelligence
data. Human Source Intelligence (HUMINT) is also employed.
Basic Education and Experience Requirements
A bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution, with a solid
GPA (>3.2). Naval Intelligence officers have a wide variety of technical and
non-technical academic backgrounds, including law, political science, engineering,
computer science, history, physical and natural sciences, and the liberal
arts with an emphasis on foreign language skills, particularly Chinese, Arabic, Korean, Farsi, Vietnamese and other difficult-to-learn languages. Prior enlisted service is a huge plus! Degrees in veterinary medicine,
theology/divinity, any of the healing sciences, or music are not accepted.
Though the minimum requirement is a Bachelor's degree, this community
would like their applicants to be well-rounded with supervisory experience and preferably an advanced degree.
Intelligence is a popular and highly competitive program. Call or e-mail
to determine whether you meet the competitive profile.
Candidates should also have a clean personal background with no arrests,
financial bankruptcy, or poor employment record. This is necessary in
order to qualify for a Top Secret security clearance.
At least 19 years of age but less than 40 at time of appointment. Age waiver up to 42 granted for prior military service.
Applicant and immediate family members must be U.S. citizens though there
are waivers available for family members, depending on their country of origin. Applicants must be able to successfully
complete a Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI).
NCC Jon Delmundo, USN
Reserve Officer Programs
Los Angeles, California
Tel: (323) 574-0845
LT Patrick Bell
Navy Medical Officer Recruiter
Navy Recruiting District, Los Angeles
El Segundo, California 90245
Cell: (805) 390-0844
LTJG Thomas Britt
Reserve Medical Officer Programs
Los Angeles, California
Tel: (310) 383-6749