|U.S. or allied warfighter in Afghanistan during 2013.|
Photo by Specialist Stephen Cline, U.S. Army.
J. F. Cicci (pronounced: chi-chi) is a fellow Loftus Party contributor. But she also previously worked in military intelligence. “I served in the U.S. Army Reserve as an all-source military intelligence (MI) officer from 2009-2013,” she said. She also worked as a defense contractor for the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) from 2012-2013, first as a counterintelligence (CI) assistant and then as a CI analyst. She held a top secret security clearance the entire time she was an MI officer and a DIA contractor.
I started by asking J. F. what role an intelligence analyst plays in forecasting technology, trends, and events that will affect the armed forces, national security, and the world. . . .
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