Intelligence Officer Performs and manages intelligence functions and activities to support United States and allied forces. Conducts information operations to include analysis of information vulnerability. Plans and coordinates use of intelligence resources, programming, and budgeting. Supports force employment planning, execution, and combat assessment. Advises commanders, government officials, and other users of intelligence information essential to military planning and aerospace operations.
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State Tuition Reimbursement
$6,330.24 Max per year for 4 years
$3165.12 Per Semester
$263.76 Per Credit Hour
Educational Benefits *State Tuition Reimbursement
*Montgomery G.I. Bill
*Montgomery G.I. Bill "Reap"
*Montgomery G.I. Bill "Kicker"
*Student Loan Repayment Plan
*Annual Education & Drill Money
*WI "G.I. Bill" Remission
Annual Education and Drill Money State Tuition Reimbursement $ 6330.24
Montgomery GI Bill, ($309.00 X 8 months) $ 2,536.00
GI Bill "Kicker", ($350.00 X 8 months) $ 2,800.00
Weekend Guard Pay ($204.56 X 12 drills) $ 2,450.64
15 days Annual Training $ 793.95 (basic pay)
Total Benefits for the first year (1-5) $15,000.83
Wisconsin G.I. Bill Waives tuition at any UW 2 or 4 year college
Starting fall 2007
Benefits are good up to 128 credit hours
G.I. Bill Chapter 1607 "REAP" 12 or more credits $440.40-880.80 per month
Other Benefits *Cash Bonus (authorized if you enlist in a specific career field, available to prior and non-prior service members).
*Service Group Life Insurance from $50,000.00 to $400,000.00
*Family SGLI up to $100,000
*V.A. Benefits after 6 years of service.
*Travel on space available flights.
*U.S.O. Tickets available for local festivals and sporting events.
*Retirement eligibility after 20 years of satisfactory service.
*CCAF (Community College of the Air Force). Earn an Associate Degree with the Air National Guard.