Intelligence Specialists assist in every phase of the planning, collection, processing, analysis, and dissemination of intelligence information. They assemble and analyze multi-source operational intelligence in support of all warfare areas, assist in support of intelligence briefings, reporting, and analytical programs.
Intelligence Specialists prepare and present intelligence briefings, as well as, prepare material for use in mission planning. They prepare graphics (annotated photographs, plot sheets, mosaics, overlays, etc.), and plot and prepare multi-sensor imagery. ISs draft intelligence reports, and provide input to and receive data from computerized intelligence systems from both ashore and afloat. ISs also maintain the intelligence files (photographs, maps, charts, photographic interpretation keys, etc.) and libraries.
Latest Activity: Mar 26, 2020
• Don’t discuss future destinations or ports of call
• Don’t discuss future operations, exercises or missions (including Family Day Cruises)
• Don’t discuss dates and times of when we will be in port or conducting exercises
• Don’t discuss readiness issues and numbers
• Don’t discuss specific training equipment or lack thereof
• Don’t speculate about future operations
• Don’t spread rumors about current, future, or past operations or movements
• Don’t discuss deployment or homecoming dates
• Don’t assume the enemy is not trying to collect information; they always are
• Don't discuss Security Procedures, movements, or arms
• Be smart, use your head, and always think OPSEC when using email, phone, chat rooms and message boards. There is no guarantee that a chat room or forum described as 'military' has any security for transmitting information or restricting membership to military personnel and their families only
"REMEMBER, OPSEC SAVES LIVES”
Once sailors are done with "A" school, they are required to complete "C" school (specialty or technical school). There are 5 different schools and as far as I know (I could be wrong) they don't get…Continue