The New Zealand Intelligence Corp is one of the smallest corps in the New Zealand Army. It has both regular and territorial members. The corps school is known as the School of Military Intelligence and Security and is located in Waiouru army camp. // Structure of the New Zealand Army The New Zealand Army (or NZ Army) is the land armed force of the New Zealand military and comprises around 4,500 regular personnel and 2,500 non-regulars and civilians. ... Waiouru is a small town in the centre of the North Island of New Zealand. ...
The corps has followed British Intelligence corps tradition in the selection of dress embellishments. The corps motto is "foreward is forearmed".
Soldiers for the Intelligence corps are mainly drawn from the two regular force battalions, 1 RNZIR and 2/1 RNZIR. Where they often spend some time in the Intelligence sections there. Once trained and with some experience behind them, the new members of the corps can find a number of position with the army mainly in the area of the different headquarters. The largest dedicated intelligence unit within the intelligence corp is the Force Intelligence Group. Cap Badge of the Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment The Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment is the main unit in the regular army of New Zealand. ... The Force Intelligence Group is a unit within the New Zealand Army specialising in intelligence. ...
The corps association is know as Sub Rosa and has a mix of both current and retired members that have served within intelligence positions. Sub Rosa is the name of the New Zealand Intelligence Corps association. ...
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