To be clear, FBI agents are hunting down spies, terrorists and serial killers. But those are not the only crimes they pursue. There are some 300 different federal violations the FBI must investigate.
The FBI takes on cyber crime, organized crime, white collar crimes like embezzlement, political corruption and a lot more. To hunt down perpetrators of these kinds of crime, it needs more than door-kicking gunslingers. The Feds need a lot of expert career fields, many of which can be learned in the military.
Veterans with backgrounds in accounting, architecture, contracting, engineering, physical sciences, logistics and more can all find a place as a special agent in the FBI.
A form of fraud wherein a person or entity intentionally misappropriates assets for personal use.
The criminal embezzlement investigation against the Colombia’s National Army chief was brought before the Supreme Court by public prosecutors in 2014.