under what division should i enlist for in the air force if i want to become an intelligence analyst?
I am currently majoring in criminology. I want to be an intelligence analyst. I've heard from numerous amounts of people that i should join the air force to gain experience and that it would give me a higher chance of being hired. I don't know much about the air force so i would appreciate it if you would let me know any information as to which division i should join ( if you know). Thanks in advance.
Asked By: jay - 7/16/2009
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The Air Force doesn't have divisions like other branches, it's pretty much all one organization with different squadrons that perform different jobs... More
Answered By: mbill - 7/16/2009
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im sorry but i have no clue what you mean by division
Answered By: Bhaman - 7/16/2009
There are three kinds of intelligence: Human intelligence, Animal intelligence, and Military intelligence.
Answered By: bonobo - 7/16/2009
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