FM is the Army’s keystone manual for military intelligence (MI) See TC 2- for applying critical thinking to intelligence analysis.). This publication supersedes FM , 15 March i. FOR OFFICIAL Training Circular. No. Headquarters. Department of the Army. It suggests immediately revising FM. and adopting an Army tailored model of intelligence analyst core competencies. Several proposals are made to both.
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Support to force generation. Department of the Army Information Security Program. Support to targeting and information superiority. Forming a coherent intelligence picture during the decisionmaking process is difficult.
Intelligence is more than just collection. Creating rank barriers is not conducive to collaboration.
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Did the analyst overlook pieces of intelligence information that may have had an impact on the events? Army Intelligence and Security Command, E-2 National Open-Source Committee, A Open Source Academy, E P public broadcasts,public documents,public speaking forums,Chatham House Rule, R requirement commander’s criticial information,friendly force information,priority intelligence,intelligence, priority intelligence, research, field research, open-source, plan, practical, question, S security domains, Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System, Nonsecure Internet Protocol Router Network, SECRET Internet Protocol Router Network, sources analysis of the media, authoritative, See FM for a detailed discussion of military planning and operations.
These groups will employ unconventional and asymmetric methods and means to counter U. They are normally conducted by joint task forces. What events outside this timeline could have influenced the activities? It should include potential refuge locations, work locations, travel patterns, known vehicles, and social activities. Give and receive feedback from participants. Department of the Army Personnel Security Program.
Rank does not equate to experience, knowledge, or best analytical practice. Library of Congress, Federal Research Division. The operational environment encompasses physical areas and factors of the air, land, maritime, and space domains. Review the pattern of life network diagram and pattern analysis tools; analyze the target to determine any patterns that may predict future events or places where the target may be. What are the intelligence gaps? Select pattern analysis tools to be used and focus on the target as you construct it.
Share credit with others for good ideas. Army Foreign Language Program. Are certain critical events necessary for the predicted location of the target to occur? Conversely, if events seem to happen more rapidly than expected, is it possible that the analyst has information related to multiple targets?
Department of the Army File Type: Department of the Army Intelligence Information Services. The following actions can help build and maintain collaborative relationships:. United States Intelligence Activities. Additionally, they will be called on to conduct full spectrum operations as part of an interdependent joint force conducting simultaneous offensive, defensive, and stability operations.
Globalization, technology, population growth, urbanization, and demand for natural resources are creating an environment where the location of the next crisis requiring American intervention is not always predictable.
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Training, knowledge, and experience are all critical parts of dealing with uncertainty. Army Intelligence Analysis Manual November 19, The following manual was obtained from a public website f with the U.
Notify others in f, timely manner of changes or problems related to a task. Pattern of life analysis is a focused analysis ofwhere and when a target has been with the intent to predict where the target will be. Irregular warfare includes terrorism, insurgency, and guerilla warfare.
Irregular warfare avoids direct military confrontation. The intelligence warfighting function is the related tasks and systems that facilitate understanding of the operational environment, enemy, terrain, and civil considerations FM Intelligence analysts at all levels must understand the task and purpose of the intelligence warfighting function, be proficient in the subtasks articulated in FMand know how intelligence analysis relates to military planning and operations.
By combining irregular, traditional, catastrophic, and disruptive capabilities, adversaries will seek to create advantageous conditions by changing the nature of the conflict from one where U. Distribution fj to U. This will require routine contact with local operational 2-3.4 teams, human intelligence collection teams, and the supporting SIGINT section. Effective collaboration also results in identifying dissent among participants. Cm helps ascribe meaning and value to the conditions or events within an operation.
Computer Security Readiness Team. Pattern of life analysis should be as in-depth as possible. Meteorological and Oceanic Operations.
Information is processed data of every description which may be used when conducting analysis; information generally provides some of the answers to who, what, where, and when questions. Brigade Combat Team Intelligence Operations.
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See FM for a detailed discussion of the intelligence warfighting function. The Army Physical Security Program. Collaboration is communication, cooperation, and coordination.