Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort --
Calling all Marines who are looking to reenlist but desire a
change of pace from their current military occupational specialty. Marines who
desire travel and adventure in their career should look no further than the
counter intelligence job field.
Intelligence offers Marines a creative flexible position in a new MOS,” said
Master Sgt. Jason Spangenberg, the staff noncommissioned officer of career
planning, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing.
Marines need outstanding interpersonal skills and flexibility to succeed, said Spangenberg.
The training is tough and the job is demanding but rewarding.
To qualify, Marines must be a volunteer
corporal, sergeant or staff sergeant, at least 21 years of age, and eligible
for a top secret security clearance.
For more information, see MARADMIN