Why Join NIP?

The goal of Naval Intelligence Professionals (NIP) is to further knowledge of the art and science of naval intelligence. This website plays a part in that mission.   While you will find quite a bit of information here, there is more available to you if you become a member.  As a member you will be able to:

  • Read past issues of the NIP Quarterly
  • Find articles and books on naval history or other subjects of interest, some written by our members
  • Access mentoring programs
  • Search job opportunities in a Career Center
  • Participate in an online discussion on a variety of topics
  • Search for other members
  • View news and activities of our Chapters

You will also be able to manage your own account.   You can create a profile and determine what is available for other members to see, or keep tabs on your membership and renew online.  Take a look at the eligibility requirements, fees, and membership types to find out what works best for you.

NEWS

Apr 28, 2016

NIP Monthly Social: May 11, 2016 | Celebrating Navy Attaché History

NIP Monthly Social: Celebrating Navy Attaché History. Wednesday, May 11, 2016 from 6 - 8 pm
Apr 26, 2016

NIP 2016 Spring Luncheon: Registration Period Extended to Noon, 28 April 2016

The 2016 NIP Spring Red Tie Luncheon will be held on Friday, 29 April 2016 at the Army Navy Country Club (ANCC) in Arlington,…
Apr 19, 2016

2016 Naval Intelligence Essay Contest Sponsored with NIP

On 5 February, Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson released “Design for Maintaining Maritime Superiority”. This…
Apr 07, 2016

ONI Change of Command

In a traditional Navy ceremony at Suitland, MD on 7 April, Rear Admiral Elizabeth Train was relieved as the Commander, Office…
Apr 06, 2016

DIA Selects New Deputy Director

DIA Director Lieutenant General Vincent R. Stewart announced yesterday that Melissa Drisko will become the agency’s Deputy Director…
Apr 05, 2016

Navy Moves to End Long Period with Intelligence Chief Who Can’t View Intelligence

The Navy is finally moving to end a long spell during which its intelligence chief hasn’t been able to see, hear or read any military…