WATCH: Thirty-Five Foxtrot: Being a U.S. Army Intelligence Analyst

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More than a few years ago, I was a thirty-five foxtrot in the U.S. Army Reserve. That is to say, I was an all-source military intelligence analyst. So what does an intelligence analyst do? Quite a bit. And this July 14 video from the official U.S. Army Recruiting YouTube channel provides just a tiny peek at some of the current training, tasks, and responsibilities for this military occupational specialty.

Click up above to watch it. (RELATED: Saddam Had WMD. Here’s the Award for the Army Units that Destroyed Some of Them.)

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