35L:Counter-Intelligence Agent (35L)

They are mainly concerned with denying and preventing enemy forces from gaining any kind of intelligence on the Army. This includes rooting out national security crimes, discovering terrorist threats, and other important duties.

Is there a clearance required?: No

Is this a combat or support MOS?: Support

Military Duties:

An Army Counterintelligence Agent completes investigations and collects evidence that keeps U.S. citizens, property, and information safe. They operate under the Joint Task Force organization and can operate in a joint operational environment. These specialists must be able to blend in as a civilian in order to stay undercover. Not all agents perform undercover missions, but when they do, secrecy and integrity are crucial to their success, the mission’s success, and the safety of anyone around them

Military Duties Translated:

Working in Counterintelligence gives individuals experience that relates to criminal law and investigation as a civilian. There are many government positions that relate to the skills learned in Counterintelligence in departments like the Military Intelligence Civilian Excepted Career Program, CIA, DIA, and FBI.

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

Police Officer