By the Grafenwoehr Field Office, 2nd Military Intelligence Battalion, 66th Military Intelligence Brigade


GRAFENWOEHR, Germany —The Grafenwoehr Field Office is looking for experienced enlisted intelligence analysts who want to expand their current skill set for a six-month internship supporting the mission of U.S. Army counterintelligence in Europe.




The Grafenwoehr Field Office conducts continuous counterintelligence collection, investigations, and operations in support of U.S. Army Garrison Bavaria, the 66th Military Intelligence Brigade, and U.S. Army Europe to develop early warning of terrorist activities and deny adversarial intelligence of sensitive and critical information pertaining to U.S. forces order of battle, technologies, vulnerabilities, capabilities and intentions.




The GFO is looking for mid-level all-source analysts focused on the European region. Analysts will perform all-source analysis and research, analyze, and produce intelligence products and research papers using multiple intelligence sources in direct support of the GFO. Analysts will present and defend analytic positions and produce intelligence assessments with minimal supervision in direct support of the force protection mission.


Analysts will work in a dynamic environment, which includes communicating with military commands and agencies throughout the intelligence community, as well as the host nation, to provide counterintelligence special agents with regional situational awareness on issues pertaining to terrorism and foreign intelligence threats.


This on-the-job training internship offers advanced training opportunities not traditionally available to intelligence analysts. The experience gained from successful conclusion of your OJT expands your military analytical skills and directly benefits your unit.


How to Apply


Applicants interested in the OJT internship at the GFO can apply as follows:



  • Get approval from your Command for an OJT period of four to six months (Extensions authorized with Command approval). Return the DA Form 4187 signed by your Company Commander.


  • Provide a bio detailing your military experience, listing all training, deployments and significant accomplishments in support of the U.S. intelligence community. Include in your statement why you want to pursue this internship and how you believe you can supplement GFO in accomplishing their mission.


  • Provide a certified copy of your Enlisted Record Brief from your unit S1. The ERB should not be older than 30 days.


  • Provide a security clearance verification memorandum for record from your unit S2. The memo should not be older than 30 days.


  • Provide a letter of recommendation from your first line supervisor and your Commander or First Sergeant. The letter should not be older than 30 days.



  • Schedule a personal interview with the GFO by email or calling DSN 569-1907, CIV 09641-70-569-1907.

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