NEWS | July 15, 2022

INTEL OPERATIONS SPEC

192d Intel Squadron

ANNOUNCEMENT # FY 22-07-01 AF
POSITION TITLE: INTEL OPERATIONS SPEC
GRADE: E3/A1C NTE E6/TSgt
AFSC: 1NXX1
LOCATION: Joint Base Langley-Eustis, VA
UNIT: 192 IS

OPENING DATE: 15 JUL 2022
CLOSING DATE: 9 JUL 2022

WHO MAY APPLY:
Open to all members of the Virginia National Guard, or who are eligible to become
members of the Virginia National Guard in grades E-3/A1C NTE E-6/TSgt.
(NATIONWIDE).

CROSS TRAINING AUTHORIZED: N ASVAB SCORE REQUIRED: N

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Must meet all selection criteria IAW ANGI 36-101
Chapter 5, AFI 36-2905, AFI 48-123. Must hold or be able to obtain a TS/SCI (Top
Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information) Security Clearance.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
(1) Serves as an ISR unit crewmember in the multi-INT exploitation section, responsible for multi-
INT operations and production affecting direct threat warning, battle damage assessment, combat
identification, combat search and rescue, multi-INT correlation, threat analysis, mapping,
intelligence preparation of the battlespace, situation monitoring, and mission reporting. Provides
multi-INT correlation of data from multiple ISR platforms and intelligence products. Requests
dynamic sensor retasking in order to exploit time critical information. Assesses intelligence data
and provides cross-sensor cueing/tip-offs to other platforms, and exploitation sections improving
multi-INT correlation. Updates Air Force ISR unit components and C4I nodes on findings.
(2) Conducts analysis activities and operations with data derived from manned, unmanned, and
other operational assets in support of National Agencies, Joint Commands, Air Force MAJCOMs,
AOCs, contingencies, and exercises. Participates in pre-mission conferences to outline mission
objectives, potential threats, and possible outcomes. Provides detailed threat analysis for mission
planning and pre-mission briefings to the Mission Planning Cell (MPC). Performs duties assigned
by the ISR unit crew commander in response to planned and unplanned mission taskings.
(3) Prepares post-mission reports from analysis of target data for general intelligence and
operational community consumption. Prepares and evaluates finished reports relative to target
actions, subject to supervisory review. Briefs analysis findings and estimates to superiors and
mission planners. Publishes finished reports and documents for use by decision-makers in the
squadron, AOC, Air Force MAJCOMs, Joint Commands, and National Agencies. Researches,
analyzes and plans exploitation activities in preparation for operational missions. Utilizes allotted
resources for operations and analysis activities. Communicates with other intelligence
departments and agencies to share data and techniques, findings, and planning for future
operations. Perform other duties as assigned.
(4) Works with other crewmembers to ensure the multi-INT exploitation section maintains a
capability to provide timely and accurate operational intelligence support and fully trained
intelligence personnel during peacetime and contingency operations. Coordinates with the gaining
command on operational intelligence elements needed to carry out coordination and liaison with
counterparts and colleagues. Incumbent represents the organization at interagency conferences
and meetings that deal with specialty functions and internal training requirements at the unit level.
(5) To enhance the ISR unit crew’s mission readiness, the incumbent maintains a thorough
knowledge of all aspects of internal multi-INT training. Represents the unit in making agreements
and commitments within the assigned scope of his/her functional specialty. Provides guidance and
assistance to unit and Gaining Command Intelligence specialists and serves to coordinate on
projects jointly undertaken by the unit, Gaining Command, and other organizations.
(6) Coordinates multi-INT training requirements with Gaining Command Intelligence Section.
Plans and develops objectives and work schedules for training assigned intelligence personnel
during Unit Training Assemblies (UTA), Annual Training (AT), and unit deployments. Identifies
training requirements and conducts or organizes training courses for intelligence personnel on
multi-INT related subjects. Subject Matter Expert (SME), trainer, and task certifier for all multi-INT
Mission Qualification Training (MQT), Mission Certification Training, Continuation Training (CT).
Upon compiling the training requirements, incumbent works with the supervisor and Unit Training
Manager to identify shortfalls and develop plans to correct them.
(7) Performs other duties as assigned.

SPECIAL INFORMATION
1. Except for mobilization or other emergency, member accepted for tour will not be
subject to permanent change of duty location without his/her consent. Retention in the
program will be subject to continued satisfactory performance as determined by the
supervisor and/or commander.
2. Individuals selected for AGR tours must meet the Preventative Health Assessment
(PHA)/physical qualifications outlined in AFI 48-123, Medical Examination and
Standards. They must also be current in all Individual Medical Readiness (IMR)
requirements to include immunizations. RCPHA/PHA and dental must be conducted not
more than 12 months prior to entry on AGR duty and an HIV test must be completed not
more than six months prior to the start date of the AGR tour.
3. IAW ANGI 36-101, para 5.5. AGR Airmen are subject to the provisions of ANGI 10-248,
Air National Guard (ANG) Fitness Program until superseded by AFI 36-2905, Fitness
Program. Airmen must meet the minimum requirements for each fitness component in
addition to scoring an overall composite of 75 or higher for entry into the AGR program.
For members with a documented DLC which prohibits them from performing one or
more components of the Fitness Assessment, an overall "Pass" rating is required.
4. Existing ANG promotion policies apply and grade ceilings established by ANGI 36-
101.
5. At the option of supervisor/nominating official, applicants are subject to personal
interview upon notification of time and place. Necessary travel is at applicant’s
expense.
6. Airmen who voluntarily resigned from the AGR Program in lieu of adverse personnel
actions, or who have been involuntarily separated from the AGR Program are not
eligible to reenter the program.
7. All notifications of selection are conditional until verification of security clearance,
medical clearance and HRO approval.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES
Interested applicants must submit the following documents in ONE SINGLE PDF package (you
can use the adobe portfolio function). INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE
PROCESSED.
1. Completed NGB Form 34-1, Application for Active Guard/Reserve (AGR) Position
https://www.ngbpmc.ng.mil/ngbforms/
2. Current Report of Individual Personnel (RIP)/Records Review, dated within last 30 days
3. Current Individual Fitness Report from the Fitness Management System
4. Current Point Credit Accounting Report System (PCARS); if Active Duty submit the
equivalent form of an AF 1613 or Statement of Service (branch equivalent documents
authorized).
5. DAU Level II Contracting Certification Certificate.
6. Acquisition Career Management System (ACMS) record.
7. Five most recent Enlistment Performance Reports (EPRs).

EEO POLICY STATEMENT: Consideration for this position will be without regard to sex, age,
handicap (except where required by military regulations), race, color, national origin, religion,
lawful political affiliation or membership/non-membership in an employee organization.
Submit applications by email to ng.va.vaarng.list.wing-agr-mailbox-access@army.mil