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    Are there any states with 35F Openings (Interrogation Officer) , and if so, what is the process for being chosen for this position.

    I am trying to figure out if a 35F needs to go through 35D school first, or if they can become qualified as a 35F without the 35D training. I am also seeing if there are more opportunities for this on the Guard side or Active side of the house. Feel free to PM me, and we can exchange contacts for better communication.

    Thank you.
    Last edited by SteveGuard; July 31st, 2010, 11:22 AM.

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    Re: 35F (Officer)

    According to my database query, the entire Army National Guard force structure has a grand total of one 35F officer slot, in Pennsylvania's Stryker Brigade. It's a major's slot, so you'll need to wait a few years.

    In keeping with the rest of your question, the path is to start in tactical MI, build a base of experience, and then pursue this speciality later in your career.

    If you want to serve in this capacity, then you'll want to enlist as an interrogator.