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One of the most powerful weapons in warfare is information. Intelligence Officers support combat operations by protecting our information while at the same time collecting data from external threats. They coordinate with other services, exchange intelligence and analyze it to produce assessments that help advise operational planning—including the risks of various courses of action. Intelligence Officers also help complete missions by evaluating progress and determining an adversary's remaining capability, vulnerability and tactics to prepare for retargeting.
- Oversee the analysis and merging of collected intelligence
- Produce assessments to meet operational requirements
- Exchange intelligence with other services, agencies and governments
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To become an Officer in the Air Force, you'll enter a rigorous nine-week Officer Training School that will challenge you physically and mentally while preparing you to be a leader.