As an officer in one of the largest branches in the U.S. Army, you will work with high- tech Military Intelligence (MI) equipment in areas such as communications, all- source intelligence analysis, computer warfare, digital imagery, and satellite data. You may specialize in such areas as counterintelligence, human intelligence, signals intelligence, and all- source intelligence. You will do so to determine the plans, intentions, and capabilities of enemy forces, as well as reduce the uncertainty of enemy, terrain, and weather conditions for a commander.
Military intelligence officers are always in the know. With extensive training and expertise in intelligence, counterintelligence, electronic warfare, interrogation, reconnaissance and surveillance, officers in this branch are critical to military leaders. MI officers are always out front, providing essential intelligence and, in many cases, saving soldiers who are fighting on the front lines.