What Do Intelligence Officers Do?
Intelligence officers are typically hired by governments, usually by defense or intelligence-gathering departments; however, private contractors hired by the government may also employ these professionals. Intelligence officers often spend much of their time doing office work and analysis, spending comparatively little time in the field. Intelligence officers are frequently distinguished from field operatives or agents in that they are not necessarily specifically charged with gathering sensitiv…Read more
- Collect and analyze imagery using photogrammetry and terrain analysis.
- Serve as an intelligence advisor/resource to other units.
- Utilize a variety of tools, equipment, vehicles to collect intelligence.
- Control collection operations and interviews.
- Coordinate and participate in various counterintelligence investigations, operations and production.