Naval Intelligence Professionals (NIP) is an organization of intelligence and associated professionals in the United States Navy and across the sea services that promotes the art and science of naval intelligence through professional development and education, networking and career support services.

As a member you will be able to:

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.

Feb 01, 2021

TAPS: Captain Edward Smith Jr., USN (Retired) died on 5 June 2020 in Arlington, Virginia at the age of 73.

Captain Smith was a decorated Vietnam War veteran and intelligence officer who wrote extensively on the future of Naval tactics and doctrine.
Feb 01, 2021

TAPS: Retired Rear Admiral John W. Cronin Jr., U.S. Navy Reserve (Retired), died on 25 Jan 2021 at the age of 94.

Rear Admiral Cronin spent 40 years in active and reserve service, retiring in 1983 as commander of the Naval Reserve Intelligence Program.
Jan 25, 2021

RDML Henderschedt Shares Unique Insights on U.S.-PRC Relations During January’s Virtual Speaker Series Event

Rear Admiral Thomas Henderschedt, Senior Defense Official/Defense Attaché Beijing, provided uniquely insightful comments on U.S.-PRC relations over the last fifteen years during 2021’s first monthly Virtual Speaker Series event on 21 January.

Join us for our next NIP Virtual Speaker Series Event on Thurs, 18 March 2021!

March 18, 2021 6:00 PM


RADM (Ret.) Thomas A. Brooks
Director of Naval Intelligence, 1988-91


In Honor of the Birthday of the Office of Naval Intelligence, RADM Brooks will discuss the “History of the Naval Intelligence Officer Community”