MOS 0200 – Basic Intelligence Marine
Marines interested in intelligence will specialize in the analysis, counterintelligence, and other intel-related jobs. Marines enter the intel field in MOS 0231 (Intelligence Specialist) or MOS 0261 (Geographic Intelligence Specialist). MOS 0211 (Counterintelligence/HUMINT Specialist) or 0241 (Imagery Interpreter) is accomplished by lateral move. All Marines entering the intelligence field will get training in 0200 Basic Intelligence.
Requirements for Marine Corps Intelligence: Must complete a single scope background investigation (SSBI).
MOS 0202 – Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Intelligence Officer
If you want to be an Intelligence Officer in the USMC, then your duties include advising and assisting the commander in carrying out intelligence operations. Intelligence officers are involved in creating policies, making plans, and other duties related to carrying out those intelligence operations. At times, Intelligence Officers fill billets as Battalion or Company Commanders in the Intel, Radio Recon Battalians. They may also server in the Special Ops Command. They are responsible for the discipline and welfare of Marines under their leadership and such responsibilities include evaluating intelligence, , assessing the operational situation, and ensuring the unit’s communication capabilities.
Requirements to be a Marine Intelligence Officer: Must be a US Citizen, pass security clearance, must have a DLAB test score on file, complete the MAGTF Intelligence Officer Course from the Navy and Marine Intelligence Training Center (NMITC) in Dam Neck, VA.
MOS 0203: Ground Intelligence Officer
(Captain to 2nd Lieutenant)
Ground intelligence officers start out as scout sniper platoon commanders. A Marine Ground Intelligence Officer analyze intelligence and the planning, deployment and tactical operations of ground surveillance and recon units. They are also responsible for their unit’s communications capabilities, operational logistics and maintenance.
Requirements to be a USMC Ground Intelligence Officer: You must be a US citizen. Must pass security clearance. Your application SSBi (Single Scope Background Investigation) must be submitted prior to attending the Ground Intelligence Officer’s Course at NMITC in Dam Neck, VA. Must be a male lieutenant to be assigned this as a primary MOS. Must have a Defense Language Aptitude Battery (DLAB) test on file. Must complete the Infantry Officer Course (IOC) and the Scout Sniper Platoon Commander’s Course (SSPCC) at Quantico, VA, as well as the Ground Intelligence Officer’s Course (GIOC) at the Navy Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center in Dam Neck, VA. Marines wanting to be a part of MOS 0203 will also need to complete the Basic Intelligence Officer Course (BIOC).
MOS 0204: Counterintelligence (CI) / Human Source Intelligence (HUMINT) Officer
(Captain to 2nd Lieutenant)
Marines in the Human Intelligence MOS engage in some human intelligence collection for the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF). Human Intelligence means intel dervied from human sources, often through interrogation and clandestine sources. Counterintelligence activities are meant to prevent non-friendly sources from obtaining info on US operations. MOS 0204 is involved in many legal and liasion issues as well. To be an effective Counterintelligence of Human Intel Officer, you must possess excellent “people skills”. MOS 0204 requires the ability to build and maintain contacts.
Requirements to be a USMC Counterintelligence / Human Intelligence Officer: Must be a US citizen, pass security clearance, must have a DLAB test on file. Must complete the MAGTF/CI HUMINT Basic Course at Navy Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center, must submit to a polygraph test and must complete the Basic Intelligence Officer Course (BIOC).
MOS 0205: Senior All-Source Intelligence Analysis Officer
Senior all-source intel analysis officers plan parts of the intelligence cycle. They oversee analysis over terrain, weather, threats, cultural issues, infrastructure, economic, geopolitical and targeting.
Requirements to be A USMC Senior All-Source Intelligence Analysis Officer: Must pass a special background investigation, have previously served in MOS’s 0231, 0241, 0261 or 2629. You must also complete the Marine Corps Intelligence Analysis Career Course
(MIACC) at NMITC in Dam Neck, Virginia.
MOS 0206: Signals Intelligence / Ground Electronic Warfare Officer
Signals Intelligence (SigInt) Officers / Ground Electronic Warfare Officers use field skills and technical knowledge in a physically and mentally challenging job. It is an officer position that provides a chance to lead some of the Marine Corps most brilliant-minded Marines. It involves a lot of technical know-how and you will be taught communications theory and LAN/WAN basics that are not taught at Officers’ School. It is a job that requires the ability to live in the field, while also being able to effectively communicate with top-level military personnel.
Requirements to be a USMC Signals Intelligence Officer or Ground Electronic Warfare Officer: Must be a US citizen, pass security clearances, must have a DLAB test on file, must complete the Signals Intelligence Officer Basic Course (SIOC) at the Navy Marine Corps Intelligence Training Center (NMITC) in Dam Neck, VA. Marines must also complete the Basic Intelligence Officers Course (BIOC).
MOS 0207: Air Intelligence Officer
Air intelligence officers perform intelligence billets within the air wing. Billets include targeting officer, collections officer, dissemination officer, S-2 officer of a fixed-wing or rotary wing squadron, and intelligence officer at an intelligence battalion.
Requirements to be a USMC air intelligence officer: Must be a US citizen, must pass top-secret security clearance, must have a DLAB test score on file, must be a lieutenant to be assigned as a primary MOS, must complete the Air Intelligence Officer Course (AIOC) and the Basic Intelligence Officers Course (BIOC).
0210 Counterintelligence/HUMINT Specialist
Counterintelligence officer officers require extensive technical knowledge to plan, direct, lead and execute CI and HUMINTintel operations. they support the commander’s operations and provide counterintelligence support to HUMINT operations. Counterintel specialists advise commanders on enemy counterintelligence activities.
Requirements to be a USMC Counterintelligence Specialist: Must pass top-secret security clearance, must hold PMOS 0211 with two years of experience in mos 0211, must be a US citizen and must be willing to submit to a polygraph test.