35P Signals Intelligence (SIGNT) Voice Interceptor

A Signals Intelligence (SIGNT) Voice Interceptor locates the enemy by identifying foreign language communications and provides the commander with real-time intelligence. Employ high-tech intercept systems and your language expertise while working with government agencies to protect national security. Learn a new language or use existing foreign language skills to report on the enemy using advanced signals technology.


  • Identify and analyze foreign communications to support missions
  • Provide transcriptions and translations in a foreign language 
  • Utilize advanced signals technology 
  • Handle classified information and prepare intelligence reports


Basic Combat Training is 10 weeks. Advanced Individual Training will take place at Goodfellow AFB, TX. The length of AIT will vary based on the language selected. Soldiers who aren't fluent in a foreign language will attend training at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center for 6 to 18 months prior to attending Advanced Individual Training.

ARABIC 12 weeks, 4 days at Goodfellow AFB, TX
CHINESE 11 weeks, 1 day at Goodfellow AFB, TX
KOREAN 13 weeks at Goodfellow AFB, TX
SPANISH 14 weeks at Goodfellow AFB, TX
PERSIAN-FARSI 11 weeks, 3 days at Goodfellow AFB, TX
ON-TARGET 6 weeks, 4 days at Goodfellow AFB, TX

Some of the skills you'll learn are:

  • Identifying foreign communications from an assigned geographic area 
  • Analyzing foreign communications to support missions
  • Procedures for handling classified information and preparing reports

Skilled Technical (ST): 91 
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Multiple nationally recognized certifications available.

Qualified students can earn full-tuition, merit-based scholarships; allowances for books and fees; and an annual stipend for living expenses. Learn more about education benefits.

Completion of MOS training can lead to college credit. Learn more about college planning and assistance.

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The skills you learn will help prepare you for a career as a translator or analyst for embassies, companies, universities or government agencies such as the National Security Agency and the Defense Intelligence Agency. Learn more about related occupations.

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35P Cryptologic Linguist. Identify and analyze foreign communications. Recognize changes in transmission modes. Provide translation expertise to analysts. Provide transcriptions and translations from foreign communications.
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Play a critical role in the Guard. Our nation's defense depends largely on information that comes from foreign languages. That's where you come in. It'll be your job to decipher that information and use equipment to eavesdrop strategically on the enemy.