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Professionally converted for accurate flowing-text e-book format reproduction, three Army Field Manuals and doctrine publications cover military intelligence.
The first book, Intelligence (FM 2-0), is the Army's keystone manual for military intelligence (MI) doctrine. It describes the fundamentals of intelligence operations; the operational environment (OE); intelligence in unified action; the Intelligence Battlefield Operating System (BOS); intelligence considerations in strategic readiness; the intelligence process; MI roles and functions within the context of Army operations.
The second book, Intelligence (ADP 2-0), was issued in August 2012 and provides a common construct for intelligence support in complex operational environments and a framework to support unified land operations across the range of military operations. This publication serves as the intelligence doctrinal foundation for our Army. Every Soldier and those Army civilians who interact with the intelligence warfighting function, not just intelligence professionals, must understand the doctrinal principles of Army intelligence.
The third book, Intelligence (ADRP 2-0), also issued in August 2012, is the Army's reference publication for Army intelligence. It provides a common construct for intelligence doctrine from which Army forces adapt to conduct operations. It discusses intelligence in unified land operations; the purpose and role of intelligence; intelligence core competencies; the intelligence warfighting function; the intelligence enterprise; the intelligence process; intelligence capabilities.
INTELLIGENCE FM 2-0 * PART ONE * INTELLIGENCE IN THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT * Chapter 1 * INTELLIGENCE AND THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT * Role of Intelligence * The Intelligence Battlefield Operating System * Intelligence Tasks (METL) * The Operational Environment * Dimensions of the Operational Environment * Force Projection Operations * Chapter 2 * INTELLIGENCE AND UNIFIED ACTION * Unified Action * The Levels of War * Categories of Intelligence * Intelligence Community * PART TWO * INTELLIGENCE IN FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS * Chapter 3 * FUNDAMENTALS IN FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS * Elements of Combat Power * The Foundations of Army Operations * The Operational Framework * Chapter 4 * INTELLIGENCE PROCESS IN FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS * The Intelligence Process * Plan * Prepare * Collect * Process * Produce * PART THREE * MILITARY INTELLIGENCE DISCIPLINES * Chapter 5 * ALL-SOURCE INTELLIGENCE * Role * Fundamentals * Chapter 6 * HUMAN INTELLIGENCE * HUMINT Functions * Operational Employment * HUMINT Equipment * Integration of Linguists * Battle Hand-Off * Organization * Chapter 7 * IMAGERY INTELLIGENCE * Chapter 8 * SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE * Chapter 9 * MEASUREMENT AND SIGNATURES INTELLIGENCE * Chapter 10 * TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE * Chapter 11 * COUNTERINTELLIGENCE * Counterintelligence Functions * Operational Employment * Counterintelligence Equipment * Integration of Linguists * Battle Hand-Off * Organization * Appendix A * INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION OPERATIONS * The Information Environment * The Commander and Information * Information Superiority * Appendix B * LINGUIST SUPPORT * Role of Linguists * Linguistic Support Categories * Determining Linguist Requirements * Planning and Managing Linguist Support * Sources of Linguists * Evaluating Linguist Proficiency * Sustaining Military Linguist Proficiency *INTELLIGENCE * ADRP 2-0 (FM 2-0) * Chapter 1 * INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO UNIFIED LAND OPERATIONS * Unified Land Operations Operational Environment * Intelligence Support Within Decisive Action . Army Capabilities * Intelligence in Army Operating Forces * Chapter 2 * THE ROLE OF INTELLIGENCE * The Purpose of Intelligence * Characteristics of Effective Intelligence * The Intelligence Warfighting Function * The Intelligence Enterprise * Intelligence Core Competencies