Federal law enforcement training can be divided into various categories, the most common being basic, agency-specific basic (ASB), advanced/specialized, and agency-advanced/specialized. To operate safely and effectively, U.S. special agents and criminal investigators, must possess skills and knowledge regarding criminal and civil law and procedure, enforcement operations, physical techniques, and technical equipment, to mention a few. They must also be physically fit. While possession of a college degree can aid in obtaining employment in this profession, only extensive training provided at specialized facilities, combined with on-the-job training, can provide the skills and knowledge needed to perform the duties of a federal criminal investigator.
U.S. special agents and federal criminal investigators generally receive their basic training at one of two primary locations: the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), in Brunswick, Georgia, or the FBI or DEA training facilities based at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
Special agent, I was station in Fort Sill for about 3 years, just to find out my best friend who was in a FA Battalion with me was a UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, SPECIAL INVESTIGATOR.
He was in the 3/13FAR. Name: Edward R Davies III, He didnt tell me nor He did'nt have to prove a thing to me, I don't want to know. STAY AWAY FROM HIM, hes not what you think.