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WHAT IS MILITARY INTELLIGENCE?

Military Intelligence is a disciplined process of collecting, analyzing, and interpreting battlefield information to support the decision-making process of commanders in combat. The Military Intelligence process is conducted continuously before, during, and after hostilities from the strategic down to the tactical level. Military Intelligence is a critical underpinning for all Army operations.

Military Intelligence operations are currently conducted all around the world in contingency operations, theaters, and in strategic planning headquarters. The Military Intelligence Corps is always engaged in order to keep commanders up to date with timely, relevant, and precise information.

THE MILITARY INTELLIGENCE CAREER

The rewarding challenge of serving as an MI Officer allows each individual to expand and grow. Over the past two decades MI Officers served in combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq; they lived in Japan, Germany, and South Korea; and supported operations in the Horn of Africa, Philippines, and Cuba. In all operations, our mission remains steadfast; provide commanders timely and accurate intelligence. The MI Branch is continuing to grow to meet emerging challenges of the 21st Century and remains the most sought after, dynamic and varied branch within the U.S. Army. We encourage you to join our Corps!

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Office of the Chief Military Intelligence
Phone: 520.533.1174
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