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Army national guard warrant officer 255N
Apr 6th, 2016 at 3:59pm
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This requires a TS with SCI and im curious if they would do a polygraph for this? This is the national guard.

If so what kind of questions would they focus on?
  
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Re: Army national guard warrant officer 255N
Reply #1 - Apr 6th, 2016 at 4:24pm
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For that level of clearance, very likely they would, and the FBI (or a DOD investigative agency) would do a full background investigation as well.
  

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Re: Army national guard warrant officer 255N
Reply #2 - Apr 6th, 2016 at 5:22pm
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This requires a TS with SCI and im curious if they would do a polygraph for this? This is the national guard.

If so what kind of questions would they focus on?


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I held a TS SCI clearance when I was a reserve army intelligence officer and was not required to submit to any polygraph screening "test." That was some 20 years ago, but I believe that the policy is still the same: for military personnel, polygraph screening is not a general requirement for a TS clearance with SCI access. However, if one is "read on to" a special access program, polygraph screening may be required. In such cases, DoD uses a counterintelligence-scope polygraph interrogation, in which relevant questions concern matters of national security, but not so-called "lifestyle" questions such as drug use or sexual behavior. DoD uses a polygraph technique called the Test for Espionage and Sabotage. Virtually everyone who is polygraphed with this technique and does not make any substantive admission ultimately passes.
  

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Reply #3 - Apr 6th, 2016 at 5:47pm
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This is exactly the answer i needed and hoped for. I appreciate you helping me on this
  
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Re: Army national guard warrant officer 255N
Reply #4 - Apr 10th, 2016 at 10:06pm
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George W. Maschke wrote on Apr 6th, 2016 at 5:22pm:
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Certainly if any military assignment called for working with the CIA one would very definitely be polygraphed by the "Agency". Huh
This requires a TS with SCI and im curious if they would do a polygraph for this? This is the national guard.

If so what kind of questions would they focus on?


jmont,

I held a TS SCI clearance when I was a reserve army intelligence officer and was not required to submit to any polygraph screening "test." That was some 20 years ago, but I believe that the policy is still the same: for military personnel, polygraph screening is not a general requirement for a TS clearance with SCI access. However, if one is "read on to" a special access program, polygraph screening may be required. In such cases, DoD uses a counterintelligence-scope polygraph interrogation, in which relevant questions concern matters of national security, but not so-called "lifestyle" questions such as drug use or sexual behavior. DoD uses a polygraph technique called the Test for Espionage and Sabotage. Virtually everyone who is polygraphed with this technique and does not make any substantive admission ultimately passes.

  

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Re: Army national guard warrant officer 255N
Reply #5 - Apr 10th, 2016 at 10:08pm
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George W. Maschke wrote on Apr 6th, 2016 at 5:22pm:
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George, Do you still hold that security clearance? lol Shocked
This requires a TS with SCI and im curious if they would do a polygraph for this? This is the national guard.

If so what kind of questions would they focus on?


jmont,

I held a TS SCI clearance when I was a reserve army intelligence officer and was not required to submit to any polygraph screening "test." That was some 20 years ago, but I believe that the policy is still the same: for military personnel, polygraph screening is not a general requirement for a TS clearance with SCI access. However, if one is "read on to" a special access program, polygraph screening may be required. In such cases, DoD uses a counterintelligence-scope polygraph interrogation, in which relevant questions concern matters of national security, but not so-called "lifestyle" questions such as drug use or sexual behavior. DoD uses a polygraph technique called the Test for Espionage and Sabotage. Virtually everyone who is polygraphed with this technique and does not make any substantive admission ultimately passes.

  

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