I was hoping to go into Intelligence for a few years and then moving over to JAG if possible. My uncle worked in intelligence back in the 70s in Pakistan and Japan and did some awesome work for the country. Plus, I've been to 42 countries and lived on 4 continents over about a decade. I might fit in with the intelligence operations. I'll take what I can get though. I'm doing research now to see what's appealing. I'll ask the recruiter what the needs are also. I think that'll help me make my decision whether to enlist.
Just about to get out Intel Sergeant here... don't do this. While there are cool jobs in the intel community (like, really really cool ones) the vast majority of jobs are more like "make sure people in the unit have clearances and shred what needs to be shredded." It's different downrange, but downrange isn't really something you can count on anymore. Once you enlist, you'll just be another specialist; big Army won't GAF what your background is or how many degrees you have. I had a buddy getting paid for two high priority languages that's been from one infantry battalion to another. He hasn't been in a position that took advantage of his language skills or his cultural knowledge, and he likely never will be in one.
Like I said, cool jobs are out there. But you likely will have to a) rock the ASVAB b) reenlist and c) get really lucky to get them. I don't regret my time with the Army at all, but I was lucky to be placed with people who saw past my rank. Only consider enlisting for intel if you want to do a career in intel (like, you'd be willing to reenlist and forget JAG), and even then make sure you're aware it might not be everything you expect. Also, your SF 86 is going to be a nightmare for a TS if you've lived in all the places you say you have. That shouldn't discourage you, but expect yours to be a long investigation.