I read the quote below on a LISTSERV I'm a member of, the quote is an excerpt so it is slightly out of context, but I underlined the part I thought is important: So, do you agree with the underlined portion of the quote? What do you think of the relationship between comms and intel? While the SIGO is never going to get called to do an air mission brief or to conduct interrogations, and I'm never going to get a knock on the door when the SATCOMMS are failing (again), I personally think there is a lot of overlap between the two. Both have to understand "networks," relationships, and computer systems, and both are dedicated problem solvers. Plus one or the other usually ends up getting blamed for whatever goes wrong in a unit ;) And given how reliant intel is on a strong comms infrastructure, I think it pays to be able to do as much commo stuff you can on your own if you are an intel guy. So what do you think?