FM 2-33.4 PDF
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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It also includes the information environment and enemy, adversary, friendly, and neutral systems. Commanders and staffs of Army 2-33.4 serving as joint task force or multinational headquarters should also refer to applicable joint or multinational doctrine concerning the range of military operations and joint or multinational forces.
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It is a continuous process that involves analyzing information from all sources and conducting operations to 2–33.4 the situation. Related Material From the Archive: Peace operations include peacekeeping, peace building, peacemaking, peace enforcement, and conflict prevention. Examples of limited interventions are noncombatant evacuation, raids, show of force, foreign humanitarian assistance, consequence management, sanction enforcement, and elimination of weapons of mass destruction WMDs.
Support to force generation. Intelligence analysis is a process that is focused by the tasks established by the intelligence warfighting function and described in FM Army Intelligence Analysis Training Manual February 16, This document was first released publicly by Anonymous on the AntiSec Embassyan anonymously hosted website accessible via rm Tor network.
Pattern of life factors can and should be developed from as many sources as possible. The intelligence warfighting function is the related tasks and systems that facilitate understanding of the operational environment, enemy, terrain, and civil considerations FM Decisionmakers should be made aware of dissent among participants and be given the opportunity to review the reasons for that dissent as part of forming an independent judgment.
This analysis aids operational planning directly. Intellectual traits include, but are not limited to—.
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America has entered an era of persistent conflict where states, nations, transnational actors, and nonstate actors are increasingly willing to use violence to achieve their political and ideological ends.
This manual emphasizes the act of intelligence analysis as a collaborative networked activity. Are certain critical events necessary for the predicted location of the target to occur? Library of Congress, Federal Research Division. Ask for help in identifying and achieving goals. Share information, ideas, and suggestions.
Select pattern analysis tools to be used and focus on dm target as you construct it. Computer Security Readiness Team.
For example, if the analyst identifies that an HVI visits a particular restaurant, the location can be monitored as an anticipated future location of the HVI for time-sensitive targeting. Intelligence professionals must continually strive to improve collaboration. Perform intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance. The Army Physical Security Program.
Meteorological and Oceanic Operations. Like peacetime military engagement, combat is not likely.
(U//FOUO) U.S. Army Intelligence Analysis Manual
Are there missing pieces of data that may fill those gaps that should be collected? Rank does not equate fn experience, knowledge, or best analytical practice.
However, if special forces and host-nation HN forces cannot defeat unconventional and irregular threats, conventional Army forces can assume the lead role. Listen to, and acknowledge the feelings, concerns, opinions, and ideas of others.
Help peers or team members explain their ideas. Assist others in solving problems and completing individual tasks.
It is a process where two or more individuals or groups work together on a common problem or task to achieve a common goal by sharing knowledge and building consensus. Government agencies and their contractors only Originating Organization: If lengthy, what caused the delay? What are the temporal distances between key events? Intelligence personnel never have all the 2-334.
necessary to make an intelligence assessment.
Collaboration is communication, cooperation, and coordination. See FM for a detailed discussion of military planning and operations. The operational environment encompasses physical areas and factors of the air, land, maritime, and space domains.
Radical fundamentalists, transnational terrorists, and guerrilla forces are examples of irregular threat. This publication provides guidelines for the conduct of intelligence analysis to commanders and staffs of Army units and is recommended for incorporation into institutional programs of instruction and unit training.
Army Intelligence Analysis Manual November 19, The following manual was obtained from a public website associated with the U. Subject matter expertise alone will not guarantee the development of logical or accurate conclusions.
Irregular warfare includes terrorism, insurgency, and guerilla warfare.
By combining irregular, traditional, catastrophic, and disruptive capabilities, adversaries will seek to create advantageous conditions by 22-33.4 the nature of the conflict from one where U. Combat is not likely during these operations, but terrorist attacks are always possible and force protection and operations security OPSEC are major concerns.
Commanders make decisions based on their understanding of the environment in which they are operating; intelligence analysis aids the commander in gaining the situational understanding necessary to decisionmaking. They are normally conducted by joint task forces.
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