The Intelligence Corps Headquarters is located at Chicksands in Bedfordshire.
The Intelligence Corps provides an intelligence capability to the Army and wider Defence.
A large element of the Intelligence Corps is part of the Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR) Brigade (Bde). The ISR Bdel includes the Regular Military Intelligence (MI) Battalions (Bns) (1 MI Bn, 2 MI Bn and 4 MI Bn) as well as the Reserves (3 MI Bn, 5MI Bn, 6 MI Bn and 7 MI Bn).
Although one of the smallest Corps in the British Army there is much required of the Intelligence Corps who have a significant number of personnel preparing for, serving in, or recently returned from operational deployment.
The requirement for Operational Intelligence is a growth industry in which the Intelligence Corps are heavily involved.
Under FR20 the Intelligence Corps Reserve are raising two new Reserve Battalions, 6 MI Bn and 7 MI Bn.
The Intelligence Corps offers the same financial incentives as the rest of the Army: In order to retain ex-regulars' valuable expertise within the Army a commitment bonus of up to £10,000 is being offered for ex-regular junior officers (captain and below) and ex-regular other ranks who join the Army Reserve.
Reserve direct entrants (new recruits) will be paid £300 upon enlistment, £1,000 for completing Phase 1 training, and a further £1,000 for completing Phase 2 training.
Phone: Recruitment and Selection Team 01462 752135 or 01462 752339
Defence Intelligence & Security Centre