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This important U.S. Army document, the Tactical Human Intelligence and Counterintelligence Operations manual, has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format.
Contents: CHAPTER 1 TACTICAL HUMAN INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION ASSETS * HUMINT and CI Interaction * Human Intelligence * Counterintelligence * What is Tactical HUMINT? * HUMINT and CI Operations on the Battlefield * HUMINT and CI Operations Within the Urban Environment * Army HUMINT and CI Organizations * Other Sources of HUMINT on the Battlefield * CHAPTER 2 ORGANIZATION AND STRUCTURE * Tactical HUMINT Organization * J/G/S2X * CHAPTER 3 COMMAND AND CONTROL * Role of the MI Commander * Command Relationships * Support Relationships * Technical Control * Reporting * CHAPTER 4 COLLECTION ACTIVITIES * Collection Methodology * Operations * Human Sources * Other Sources * CHAPTER 5 TEAM OPERATIONS * Concentric Rings Operation Methodology * Levels of Employment * Equipment Requirements * Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures * CHAPTER 6 HUMINT AND CI MISSION PLANNING * Steps in HUMINT and CI Mission Analysis * Selecting Courses of Action * Task Organization * Operations Plans, Operations Orders, and Annexes * CHAPTER 7 HUMINT AND CI COLLECTION MANAGEMENT * Collection Management Process * HUMINT and CI Support to Targeting * Control Measures * CHAPTER 8 AUTOMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS * Automation * Communications
This manual establishes the initial doctrinal foundation for Tactical HUMINT Operations. It provides the basis for the organization and structure of tactical HUMINT operations from peacetime military engagements (PME) to major theater war (MTW).
This manual is designed primarily for the commanders and soldiers of units conducting tactical HUMINT collection. It can also be used by commanders, staffs, and intelligence personnel at all echelons, and applies equally to Active Components (AC) and Reserve Components (RC), to include US Army Reserves (USAR) and the Army National Guard (ARNG).
Timely and accurate intelligence derived from human intelligence (HUMINT) and counterintelligence (CI) assets is critical to the military decision-making process (MDMP). Despite the array of intelligence sensors, recent operations have shown that a local population is a key element in most operational planning. The early and continuous contact by HUMINT collectors and CI agents with the civilian population is often the best source of information about the area of operations (AO). Understanding the capabilities and limitations of this collection system is vital to operational planning and execution in operations from peacetime military engagements (PME) to major theater war (MTW).
This compilation includes a reproduction of the 2019 Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community.
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