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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Collaboration is communication, cooperation, and coordination. Generally with little notice, Army units will be employed in complex and multidimensional environments; usually fought in urban terrain among noncombatant populations.
Peace operations normally occur in complex environments.
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Intelligence personnel must often assess extremely complex situations. State personal opinions and areas of disagreement tactfully. FM defines threats as nation-states, organizations, people, groups, conditions, or natural phenomena able to damage or destroy life, 233.4 resources, or institutions. They are normally conducted by joint task forces.
Always out front.
Did the analyst overlook pieces of intelligence information that may have had an impact on the events? Perform intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance. Knowledge helps ascribe meaning and value to the conditions or events within an operation. Globalization, technology, population growth, urbanization, tm demand for natural resources are creating an environment where the location of the next crisis requiring American intervention is not always predictable.
It describes approaches used to conduct intelligence analysis and describes how intelligence analysis assists commanders with understanding the complex environments in which Army forces conduct operations. Intelligence analysts at all levels 22-33.4 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.
Ask the following questions at a minimum: Commanders and staffs of Army headquarters serving 23-3.4 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. These groups will employ unconventional and asymmetric methods 2-333.4 means to counter U.
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. Higher echelon collection assets are also used to corroborate the patterns of life. It also includes the information environment and enemy, adversary, friendly, and tm systems.
Instead, it combines irregular forces and indirect unconventional methods to exhaust the opponent. This manual emphasizes the act of intelligence analysis as a collaborative networked activity.
Intelligence analysis is a process that is focused by the tasks established by the intelligence warfighting function and described in FM Help peers or team members explain their ideas.
The Army Universal Task List.
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The diagram is constructed so the flow of events is from left to right. However, if special forces and host-nation HN forces cannot 2-333.4 unconventional and irregular threats, conventional Army forces can assume the lead role.
Radical fundamentalists, transnational terrorists, and guerrilla forces are examples of irregular threat. Select pattern analysis tools to be used and focus on the target as you construct it. Pattern of life analysis is a combination of multiple techniques: This analysis aids operational planning directly.
Support to situational understanding. 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. Intelligence personnel must accept and embrace ambiguity in conducting analysis.
Decisionmakers 2–33.4 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. Distribution authorized to U.