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This important U.S. Army document, the Human Intelligence Collector Operations manual, has been professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format. This manual provides doctrinal guidance, techniques, and procedures governing the employment of human intelligence (HUMINT) collection and analytical assets in support of the commander's intelligence needs. It outlines HUMINT operations, the HUMINT collector's role within the intelligence operating system, and the roles and responsibilities of the HUMINT collectors and the roles of those providing the command, control, and technical support of HUMINT collection operations.

Contents: PART ONE HUMINT SUPPORT, PLANNING, AND MANAGEMENT * Chapter 1 * INTRODUCTION * Intelligence Battlefield Operating System * Intelligence Process * Human Intelligence * HUMINT Source * HUMINT Collection and Related Activities * Traits of a HUMINT Collector * Required Areas of Knowledge * Capabilities and Limitations * Chapter 2 * HUMAN INTELLIGENCE STRUCTURE * Organization and Structure * HUMINT Control Organizations * HUMINT Analysis and Production Organizations * Chapter 3 * HUMINT IN SUPPORT OF ARMY OPERATIONS * Offensive Operations * Defensive Operations * Stability and Reconstruction Operations * Civil Support Operations * Military Operations in Urban Environment * HUMINT Collection Environments * EAC HUMINT * Joint, Combined, and DOD HUMINT Organizations * Chapter 4 * HUMINT OPERATIONS PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT * HUMINT and the Operations Process * HUMINT Command and Control * Technical Control * Command and Support Relationships * HUMINT Requirements Management * HUMINT Mission Planning * Task Organization * Operational Considerations * Operations Plans, Operations Orders, and Annexes * Operational Coordination * PART TWO HUMINT COLLECTION IN MILITARY SOURCE OPERATIONS * Chapter 5 * HUMINT COLLECTION * HUMINT Collection Operations * Human Source Contact Operations * Debriefing Operations * Liaison Operations * Interrogation Operations * Types of Interrogation Operations * PART THREE THE HUMINT COLLECTION PROCESS * Chapter 6 * SCREENING * Human Source Screening * Screening Operations * Screening Process * Screening Methodologies * Screening Requirements * Initial Data and Observations * Source Assessment * Other Types of Screening Operations * Chapter 7 PLANNING AND PREPARATION * Collection Objectives * Research * HUMINT Collection Plan * Final Preparations * Chapter 8 * APPROACH TECHNIQUES AND TERMINATION STRATEGIES * Approach Phase * Developing Rapport * Approach Techniques * Approach Strategies for Interrogation * Approach Strategies for Debriefing * Approach Strategies for Elicitation * Termination Phase * Chapter 9 * QUESTIONING * General Questioning Principles * Direct Questions * Elicitation * Leads * Detecting Deceit * HUMINT Collection Aids * Recording Techniques. * Questioning With an Analyst or a Technical Expert * Third-Party Official and Hearsay Information * Conducting Map Tracking * Special Source Categories * Chapter 10 * REPORTING * Reporting Principles * Report Types * Reporting Architecture * Chapter 11 * HUMINT COLLECTION WITH AN INTERPRETER * Advantages and Disadvantages of Interpreter Use * Methods of Interpreter Use * Sources of Interpreters * Interpretation Techniques * Training and Briefing the Interpreter * Placement of the Interpreter * Interactions With and Correction of the Interpreter * Interpreter Support in Report Writing * Evaluating the Interpreter * Managing an Interpreter Program * PART FOUR ANALYSIS AND TOOLS * Chapter 12 * HUMINT ANALYSIS AND PRODUCTION * Analytical Support to Operational Planning * Operational Analysis and Assessment * Source Analysis * Single-Discipline HUMINT Analysis and Production * HUMINT Source Selection * Chapter 13 AUTOMATION AND COMMUNICATION

This compilation includes a reproduction of the 2019 Worldwide Threat Assessment of the U.S. Intelligence Community.

GENRE
Geschichte
ERSCHIENEN
2020
6. Mai
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
UMFANG
574
Seiten
VERLAG
Progressive Management
GRÖSSE
4,8
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