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Of all the assets at the Air Force’s disposal, perhaps none is more valuable than information. In its rawest form, it provides a wealth of data on external threats and the intentions, capabilities, and vulnerabilities of the nation’s adversaries. When refined, analyzed, and utilized by seasoned professionals, it can be as potent as any weapon in the Air Force’s vast arsenal.

The Air Force intelligence workforce plays a crucial role in our nation’s defense and is a key member of the larger United States Intelligence Community, providing decision-makers with the critical information they need to counter, deter, and defeat threats to national security whenever and wherever they occur.

Together, dedicated civilian and military intelligence professionals work shoulder to shoulder, utilizing critical thinking skills, analytic bias recognition, and structured analytic techniques to collect, analyze, and disseminate vital intelligence on adversary's military intentions and capabilities within the air, air defense, space, cyberspace, and nuclear arenas.

AFCS’s Civilian employees benefit from a broad range of career development and leadership training in intelligence collection, targeting, and integration capabilities, ensuring they have the tools and resources to adapt and innovate to meet the constantly evolving challenges of 21st-century warfare.

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