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U.S. Army Intelligence Analyst yearly salaries in the United States

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Salary estimated from 9,934 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: July 12, 2021

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Us army nco: 35f / 37f mos qualified

MILITARY BIOGRAPHY RANK,STATUS: SERGEANT, DISABLED COMBAT VETERAN (AFG-2011) ENTRY Enlisted in May 2009 as an Army Reservist. 35F / 37F MOS Qualified (Intelligence Analyst and PSYOP Specialist). COMBAT DEPLOYMENT Combat Deployment in January 2011 to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Operated in multiple provinces and conducted key missions to eliminate threats against United States of America and her allies. My combat deployment experience was extensive in working in direct conjunction with NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), ISAF (International Security Assistance Forces), CF (Coalition Forces), and other elements in both lethal and non-lethal operations. Returned home safe in March 2012 and completed additional military and civilian education. Graduated with Bachelor of Science degree in August 2012. Met A LOT of awesome people throughout my proud and dedicated Army career. I enjoy and take personal responsibility and accountability for taking care of EVERY soldier in my command. RECOMMENDATIONS This job will prepare you for all avenues and directions of your life. The United States Army is a great resource for job skills, training, and networking. It way take care of you as long as you follow simple directions, know when to speak and when to listen, take all directions from leaders and especially respect your NCOs - whether you agree with them or not. WE are the BACKBONE of the Army. It is our job to train, guide, teach, mentor, and prepare juniors/peers/superiors alike for combat. This job is NOT for the following: - 
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productive work

Its the Army people from all walks of life and constantly changing. Pros is the benefits, everyday is different. Cons leadership is constantly changing from good to bad vise versa.
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It’s the Army...

Horrible work life balance but the benefits are outstanding. Great college and healthcare benefits specifically. It’s a great place for job security and setting yourself up well with a career in the civilian world
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How much does an Intelligence Analyst make at U.S. Army in the United States?

Average U.S. Army Intelligence Analyst yearly pay in the United States is approximately $42,933, which meets the national average.

Salary information comes from 28,752 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

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