Title: Intelligence - HUMINT Targeting Support - Senior
Location: Ft. Meade, MD 20755
INSCOM and the Department of the Army G2 established the United States Army Operations Group (AOG) Provisional in March 2003 to conduct human intelligence operations. As the Army’s only HUMINT brigade and a Major Subordinate Command of INSCOM, the AOG conducts full spectrum HUMINT operations worldwide in support of Army HUMINT requirements. AOG conducts operations in all HUMINT disciplines and supports commanders from the tactical to strategic and Army levels, including units involved in combat operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and worldwide.
The on-site AOG HUMINT Targeting Package Production Lead Analyst oversees and manages a team of targeting analysts to provide detailed analytical support, including in depth analysis of operational and strategic requirements to support both current operations and strategic planning, for the AOG HUMINT Analytical Targeting Cell (HATC). Researches, analyzes, and assesses potential targets for HUMINT collection activities as requested by AOG. Develops targeting packages consisting of detailed, actionable intelligence for nominated targets based on a detailed analysis of relevant all source intelligence information, including related intelligence disciplines and network analysis of the potential target. Targeting packages will include Lead Tenders, Lead Development Packages, Source Development Analysis, Source Validation Products, and quick turnaround Targeting support products. Targeting packages shall address certification requirements for the potential intelligence operation, authority for the conduct of intelligence collection, and appropriate draft operation concepts and orders. Participates in targeting package production reviews and responds with corrective measures as needed. Conducts analysis utilizing network analysis methods (such as Analyst Notebook) and IC databases accessible to AOG including Think Analyze Connect, Terrorist Identity Datamart Environment, Consolidated Consular Database, Proton, Lexis Nexis, Swordfish-J, and Palantir.
Security Clearance: TOP SECRET
Special Access / Access Eligibility: SCI eligible
Polygraph: CI poly preferred
Education: BA or BS degree in any discipline
and other SIGINT databases) in support of HUMINT Operations.
Additional Required Qualifications:
presentations, and written reports.
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