S: Naval Intelligence
BC: Created By: Noah Thompson
FC: Naval Intelligence | By: Noah Thompson
1: Naval Intelligence | By: Noah Thompson
2: Job Description | their job is to seek out and report intelligence and advancements in other countries navies. | they work mostly from 0800 (8:00) to 1800 (6:00) and also called in at times when they are needed.
3: that is the morning times and others work for 1800 (6:00) to 0730 (7:30) and some work in between and other hours.
4: Education and Training Qualifications | The Navy requires that its officers be between the ages of 19 and 39, Officers must fall within this age range at the time they are appointed. Candidates should keep in mind that Officer Candidate School lasts 12 weeks and basic intelligence training is five months in length. An officer candidate with prior military service can apply for an age waiver, which extends the maximum age to 42.
5: A candidate must possess a bachelor's degree from an accredited school to become a naval officer. Candidates must have an overall undergraduate grade point average of 3.2 or higher.
6: Salary Range and Benefits | Like most positions, your increase in rate and rank is earned. Promotions depend upon your performance and time in service.Navy Officers are rewarded with an excellent salary. Officers can earn additional pay for sea duty or special pay for serving on a submarine.
7: some of the benefits of working in Naval Intelligence is that you have military benefits that all other people in the military have such as: military discounts, access to military bases, and up to the second military knowledge. most people that go to the school and make it through boot camp and become an E-3 have a better chance at becoming more likely to have a higher pay. E-3's make: 30,000 per year.
8: Job Outlook | Classified data may be collected from satellite images, Internet chatter, and military and spy reports. Imagine coding and decoding classified information, maintaining Combat Information Center displays or even operating an Identification Friend or Foe system on a ship. When it comes to communications networks, you will be working within one of the largest and most important networks on the globe
9: all Naval Intelligence Officers and Enlisted will be on a need to know basis and on their need to know basis they will have up to the second data on world and national data about everything that is in the field that they work in. | Naval Intelligence enlisted rank/insignia.
10: Advantages and Disadvantages of having this job | The advantages of having this job is that you are allowed on military bases and that you can have a good time seeing the world and having the pride of protecting the world in the greatest military. The pay is amazing and the jobs that you can have when you retire from the navy, there are about 10 jobs that you can enter as a high paid and trained employee.
11: The disadvantages of having this job is you will be leaving on cruises and that you will be leaving your family if you were married. another one is that you are a HVT (High Value Target) because of the knowledge that you know and that you will be out to sea and your ship can be destroyed with you on it.
12: These are the sources: Google images, and http://www.navy.com/careers/information-and-technology/intelligence.html