Marine Corps

0241:Imagery Analysis Specialist

Imagery Analysis Specialists (MOS 0241) work in the Marine Corps intelligence division. An Marine Corps Imagery Analysis Specialist processes and analyzes imagery collected by different types of sensor platforms. Marine Corps Imagery Analysis Specialists assist commanders in performing reconnaissance mission planning as well as accurate target acquisitions.


Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support


Military Duties:

The lateral move in the Marine Corps to become an Imagery Analysis Specialist (MOS 0241) allows you to join the growing, ever important intelligence division. An Marine Corps Imagery Analysis Specialist processes and analyzes imagery collected by various sensor platforms to assist with intelligence gathering. Marine Corps Imagery Analysis Specialists rely on photogrammetric skills to discover accurate target acquisition by delivering multi-source imagery. Therefore, an Imagery Analysis Specialist is a popular informant for commanders planning reconnaissance missions. The intelligence they gather can also help update military databases on multiple levels.

Military Duties Translated:

Capture and edit visual content for multiple platforms. Produce photography in various methods including printed/digital media. Deliver final product to various sources including internal and external customers, media, graphic designers, and corporate communications. Perform retouching and image adjustments after shoots. Promote the businesses to clients and the public. Purchase or requisition supplies.

Some civilian jobs best suited to this type of military experience:

Photographer