How many years do you have to go though to be a CIA agent?
The CIA is an intellegence gathering agency and recruits secret agents to provide information to them
It doesn't take a specified period of time. You have to apply to bean agent or be recruited or both. It is a long process and theright position has to be available as well.
Of course not! They may be given a mission or specific target, but there is not blanket authorization allowing someone to take ant one's life.
Not sure, but that would be awesome!!!. yes there is but it's in new york. and only for summer
It depends on which field you are going into. They have undergraduate training programs, and student opportunities in Analytical, Clandestine Service, Language, Science, Engineering & Technology, or Support & Professional. See the related link below for more information.
CIA agents are required to have skills such as mathematical acumen,relating chronological events and finding trends or similaritiesbetween two or more crime scenes. They also need to know how tofind information about someone's past.
The FBI use a Glock 22,23 as a side arm , a Glock 26 as a backup The CIA use Glocks, as well as P226, P228, P229 Standard/DAKs and M1911 (The modern version)
There are "Presumed" camps where Secret Service Agents work and recruit teenagers to train and become assasins all over the world, including america.
You must be at least 18 to work for the CIA. There are internships you could do for them in college, but you must live in Washington DC.
History of the CIA . The United States has carried out intelligence activities since the days of George Washington, but only since World War II have they been coordinated on a government-wide basis. President Franklin D. Roosevelt appointed New York lawyer and war hero, William J. Donovan, to bec…ome first the Coordinator of Information, then, after the US entered World War II, become head of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in 1942. The OSS - the forerunner to the CIA - had a mandate to collect and analyze strategic information. After World War II, however, the OSS was abolished along with many other war agencies and its functions were transferred to the State and War Departments.. It did not take long before President Truman recognized the need for a postwar, centralized intelligence organization. To make a fully functional intelligence office, Truman signed the National Security Act of 1947 establishing the CIA. The National Security Act charged the CIA with coordinating the nation's intelligence activities and correlating, evaluating and disseminating intelligence affecting national security.. On December 17, 2004, President George W. Bush signed the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act which restructured the Intelligence Community by abolishing the position of Director of Central Intelligence (DCI) and Deputy Director of Central Intelligence (DDCI) and creating the position the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (D/CIA). The Act also created the position of Director of National Intelligence (DNI), which oversees the Intelligence Community and the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC).. REF: https://www.cia.gov/about-cia/history-of-the-cia/index.html ( Full Answer )
Yes, CIA agents can have tattoos. " I have a tattoo. Will that prohibit me from Agency employment? . Tattoos will not disqualify you from gaining employment at the CIA, and all professionally-qualified persons are encouraged to apply." . https://www.cia.gov/careers/faq/index.html .
Typical duties of the Protective Agent include deploying worldwide to perform sensitive operations in support of protective requirements. Protective Agents are consistently called upon to deploy and participate in training and operational assignments, and are expected to work long hours and deploy f…or periods from 45 to 60 days in length. The amount of yearly travel is extensive, and interested candidates should expect to deploy as scheduled. Protective Agents are often directed to work overtime (OT), night shifts, holidays and weekends and to frequently travel overseas. Applicants will earn OT and premium pay benefits in accordance with the Fair Labor Standards Act. Applicants should be in good overall physical, mental and emotional condition, have a reputation as a team player and be willing to work long hours with ever-changing schedules. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to tactfully negotiate conflict and remain flexible is a must. Protective Agents must posses the ability to interact with all levels of Agency management, liaison with Department of Defense entities, and a multitude of other Federal agencies. Strong oral communication and representational skills. Candidates must be able to brief, defend, persuade, and instruct others on security requirements and policies. Demonstrated leadership, teamwork and organizational skills and the ability to write in a clear and precise manor are also required ( Full Answer )
No, It Violates several Laws and constiutions. However, it may be possible for them to help the CIA in certain situations as "Outside assistance". Added: EXTREMELY UNLIKELY and SO REMOTE AS TO BE IMPOSSIBLE Any 'on-the-books' employee of the CIA is a US federal government employee and must fir…st meet the criteria to be employed in the federal civil service. Somene that age would is not even be old enough to apply for a 'work permit' in any of the US states. ( Full Answer )
Typically, a masters can take approximately two to three years depending on the specific program of study, the curriculum layout, and the institution course and credit mandates.
A CIA agents salary is around 71,000 dollars a year. They makemoney by dong dangerous and secretive things for the government.
Yes, and depending on assignment even when on assignment, they are specially trained and can drink most other people under the table. Of course this is true only for certain field agents.
no they cannot which i think is really unfair because we are smarter, faster, and also nobody would suspect a kid of being an agent and better actors No they cannot which I think is really fair because they wouldn't be able to do the work. It's nothing like you think.
Hey, CIA Agents do have assigned areas to live, because let's say that an agent lived in L.A. and they have to do a "Mission" in Australia they would have to go over there for a period of time, and they would have to live in Australia till they complete the Mission, and it can take days or it can… take month. C Ya ,Crosman ( Full Answer )
Inspector General - Special Agent/Investigator's get \n$74,872 - $155,500. Core Collector gents like James Bond get $52,976 â $81,204.
YOU have to keep the country safe and help the president keep the laws straight and sound so they don't have to hurt you
it depends on which section of the CIA you are in because they are not all spys there is the annalist the spy (clandestine service) the engineer and many others that make the CIA a great place to work
For the most part; no, they are not armed. Unlike in the movies,the CIA is not a law enforcement agency like, say, the FBI. The CIAis primarily dedicated to collecting foreign intelligence. The CIAalso, unlike the FBI or in the movies, does not have agents. Thereis a branch of the CIA called the cla…ndestine service, and theyhave what are known as Operations Officers ("Spies", if you will).CIA officers are deployed all over the world and they collectintelligence by recruiting people in other countries to give theminformation. They do this through trust, bribery, blackmailing,etc. Unlike in the movies, the average CIA officer overseas is notdressed in all black tactical gear rappeling through the skylightof a military complex at night and sneaking up on the guards,slitting their throats, and then hacking into the mainframe anddownloading Intel and escaping undetected. Instead, in real life,the average CIA officer works a full-time job (as a cover) and willspend the rest of the time trying to befriend people of interestthat will eventually, hopefully, give up information. All CIAofficer, nonetheless, do go through extensive training prior tobeing deployed which includes a variety of weapons training,demolition, evasive driving, clandestine surveillance,interrogation techniques, parachuting, and defensive tactics. Howmuch the average CIA officer actually uses any of these skills isprobably by far the minority of their overseas career. However, this is not to say that the CIA doesn't do its share ofmilitary-style operations. They also have what are calledSpecialized Skills Operations Officers. These are often the guysmore like what you'll see in the movies. They often have formermilitary special operations experience, foreign languageproficiency, and other skills and the CIA will deploy them aroundthe world in their areas of expertise to conduct a variety ofcovert operations - which can include assassination of a target,demolition, raids and searches, capturing suspected terrorists, andworking alongside military special operations units to conducthighly classified intelligence missions that require militarytactics. But in some cases, like the Spetsnaz, you get awesome weapons-sojoin the russian CIA ( Full Answer )
Any government job like that and the FBI require you to have a least a B.S. Degree.
A cia officer or agent's center of motivation(motive) is to collect foreign intelligence and information to provide the United States policy makers(politicians/congress) information for them to decide what laws should be established. Americans who belong to the cia are called "officers" and not agen…ts. Agents are foreigners who are recruited by the cia to spy on their own country for the cia. Typically, the usual day for a cia officer/spy is to spend most of their career overseas recruiting foreign agents, behind a desk making reports, and sometimes participate in covert operations in foreign countries(a.k.a. going undercover and spying) at the command of the president of the United States. Going undercover is usually rare or occasional within a spy's career, despite all the action that is portrayed in those action movies. ( Full Answer )
This might help:. If you want to be a cop you must wait a minimum of a year after doing cocaine to become one. (that is how long you must wait to give blood as well after doing cocaine)
A CIA agent, is like any other employee of the department for which they work. They have assigned offices and go to work in the morning, like everyone else. Mostly, CIA agents work in large office buildings analyzing material from around the world. Occasionally, some agents are sent into the field t…o observe specific situations first hand. ( Full Answer )
CIA Agent Perry is a platypus, a pet of Phineas, Ferb, and Candance. He is also an undercover secret angent, using a hat to switch to and from his two identities. With the brown hat on his blue head, he is a secret angent, foiling gis arch enemy Doofenshmirts's seemingly "evil" plans. With no hat, h…e is Perry, an ordinary, inactive platpus. ( Full Answer )
There are many varied job qualifications and positions within the CIA. I recommend looking at the CIA Career page (link below)..
suzuki hayate. Added 8/31/09: The best cars for a "secret" CIA operative are vehicles that provide good power and handling along with blending in to the general scenery. Exotic cars are out (sorry James Bond), and luxury cars also tend to draw attention. The current models of the Dodge Charger and …Ford Mustang GT, for example, are relatively commonplace and won't attract the eyes of most people as current models of the Dodge Challenger or Chevy Camaro would likely do.. That said, there isn't a specific model or make that is the "secret" standard, or they wouldn't be so secret, would they? ( Full Answer )
No he has worked for theem though. He never works voluntarily and when hes forced into work, its by MI6 the CIA of England.
Something covert like a Ferrari or Bugatti Veyron. Because everything that happens in the movies is exactly like real life.
Giant Volcano has 19 floors of fiery fire types, and the 20th floors is home to Heatran!
it depends on the type of cia agent. Lots of paper work but they basicly find out about any threats that pose on the United States. They work off U.S soil while the F.B.I works on U.S soil
Try going to cia.gov. There are applications online there. Make sure you read all of the directions, and good luck!
West Point Academy is a very good college to go to become a CIA agent
Shortly, yes. One can suppose that the CIA (read US government) wants most life-long Arab leaders ousted - as soon will happen. Five years ago a US Ambassador to Tunisia suggested the following replacements for Ben Ali: Abdelaziz Ben Dhia, Chaouche Ali, Minister of Social Affairs and Solidarity, Pr…ime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi, the former Minister of Defense and Foreign Minister Kamel Morjane, and also former First Lady of Tunisia Leila Trabelsi. Also, it started from the Wall Street depredations which are ravaging the entire planet: outrageously high prices for food and fuel caused by derivatives speculation, high levels of unemployment and underemployment, and general economic despair. The detonator was the tragic suicide of a vegetable vendor in Sidi Bouzid who was being harassed by the police. Tunisia is perhaps the first case in which Assange and Wikileaks can make a credible claim to have detonated the coup. Most press accounts agree that certain State Department cables which were part of the recent Wikileaks document dumps and which focused on the sybaritic excess and lavish lifestyle of the Ben Ali clan played a key role in getting the Tunisian petit bourgeoisie into the streets. Thanks in part to Assange, Western television networks were thus able to show pictures of the Tunisian crowds holding up signs saying "Yes we can" rather than a more realistic and populist "Food prices are too da@$ high!". We see now that Italy is falling (because of Prime Minister Berlusconi's friendship with Putin and support for the Southstream pipeline) because of "illicit affairs" from over FIVE years ago and just NOW a hooker is wearing a wire (from who???) to push him over the wall. An entire wave of destabilization is in the works as a current wave of subversion against the Arab countries was kicked off by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in her much touted speech last week in Doha, Qatar last week, when she warned assembled Arab leaders to reform their economies ( according to IMF rules) and stamp out corruption, or else face ouster. The bigger question is WHY? That is an easier:; Iran, China and Russia - oil, food and drugs. ( Full Answer )
You are probably thinking of Red (2010), starring Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman and Helen Mirren. "Red" stands for, "Retired, Extremely Dangerous."
Usually a nine year boy cannot go through puberty. The usual age is 12 to 13 years in boys and 11-12 in girls.
Whatever a normal person would in the same situation. Having a uniform would defeat the purpose of working in secret.
Technically yes, but being in the CIA does not mean you will be accepted automatically in the Secret Service.
It does not matter what school you go to as long as you do well in your grades
You have to... 1) Be fluent in many languages (preferred languages Russian, English, Arabic, Mandarin, languages of countries with top military) 2) Have a clean background (as well as the background's of your family and friends) 3) Get good grades, be smart 4) Majors preferred in intelligence, psych…ology, politics, ... 5) Physically fit 6) Good liar and not a gossiper 7)Good under pressure and in combat situations 8) Well rounded 9)Be ready to go and move when necessary ( Full Answer )
The CIA has no legal right to arrest any citizen of any nation,even their own, while on another nation's sovereign soil. TheUnited States is a singatory to the Geneva Convention, thereforesuch actions would be considered illegal under international law,unless the arrest is made following the declara…tion of war on saidnation state. yes, well its not "arrest" they prefer to use the word "capture" or "take intocustody" since they have international jurisdiction, they are aloudto lawfully capture any high valued target or suspect in a crime orif there wanted to be interrogated. not in america though. theydon't have jurisdiction in the united states. even though they haveconducted illegal operations in america, they could be arrested orsued for unlawful interrogation. when intelligence agency want asuspect in america, the fbi take over. when its overseas, the ciahandles it. however, they can make a citizens arrest. and believeme, a citizens arrest from a cia agent is alot more good lookingthen an old woman handcuffing someone to a stop sign for notpicking up after there dog. so yes and no. ( Full Answer )
How does someone get a job at the FBI? What's required: you need to be age 23-37, have a bachelor's degree, maybe a post-grad degree; you need to have had some kind of career and excelled at it. You need 2 or 3 years of full-time employment, life experience. You must be extremely responsible; we a…re incredibly autonomous. Management skills : if you can supervise a bunch of other people you can certainly run yourself. Also language skills are useful: I speak Spanish fluently. We hire only a tiny percentage of applicants. The year I started, they hired 400 out of 58,000 applicants. ( Full Answer )
First off there needs to be some serious clarification here, CIAOfficers are Americans who work out of U.S. Embassies overseas, andtheir job is to recruit foreign assets who give our country secretinformation. When we think of 'spies' we are thinking of CIAOfficers, aka Intelligence Officers, Case O…fficers or OperationsOfficers. CIA 'agents' on the other hand are usually foreigners whoare betraying their own country to pass on this information to theU.S. govt. thru the American CIA Officer (Hollywood and the mediascrews up this distinction all the time, Jason Bourne wouldactually be a Paramilitary Operations Officer, not an agent; JamesBond would actually be an MI6 Officer not an agent). In theShowtime series Homeland Clair Danes and Mandy Patinkin areOfficers, while Brody would be considered an 'agent' when he agreedto go to Iran on behalf of the CIA for a mission. Another term fora CIA 'agent' is a confidential informant or asset. Now to thequestion of 'Do CIA officers carry badges or guns?' the answer isNo. CIA Officers are not cops, they are not Federal law enforcementagents or police, they do not have any law enforcement powers likearrest, search & seizure. Only overseas in certain dangerous,high-threat environments do CIA officers carry weapons, like inAfghanistan. The only CIA employees who carry badges and guns arethe Federal Security/Police officers who patrol and protect CIAheadquarters in Virginia, and also within the Office of InspectorGeneral (all federal agencies have an OIG), within that officethere are criminal investigators who investigate waste, fraud,illegalities and other abuses within the agency, these OIGinvestigators do have limited law enforcement powers and do carry abadge, but these investigators are not spies and are no differentfrom the OIGs in other govt. agencies like the Postal Service, theForest Service or State Dept. Those last two examples are the onlyexceptions to the general rule that the 'CIA does not carry badgesand/or guns.' ( Full Answer )
Yes,some are given much latitude in setting up "companies" to conceal their covers.Some are phoney others actually have been known to make particular agents very wealthy and insure them very important business contacts long after they leave the agency.
Husband and wife living in hawaii She may, but he didn't. Uncle Tom Died and Kimmie can't be found sowe can bury his body...she has to claim it or release it. Theywon't until "Kimmie" is found. He was in Ohio living at least as of2015.
To become a CIA agent, a person must first obtain a bachelor's degree in homeland security, computer forensics, or another criminal justice program. A person must also have a GPA of at least 3.0. After meeting the necessary requirements, a person can then send in an official application for becoming… a CIA agent. ( Full Answer )
CIA spy agents help to serve their country and were given importantpositions. However the assassins were given behavior-modificationprogram that turned them into superhuman assassins.
The basically protect important people and places. The Central Intelligence Agency, or CIA, protective officers aren'tinternational gunslingers. Instead, their duty is to "supportvarious protective operations" as directed by the Agency'sdirector. They protect agency personnel, agency facilities and…agency information and resources, according to the CIA's website,.Experienced, well-vetted and well-trained, they are the first lineof defense for America's premier intelligence agency. ( Full Answer )