Doctrine Corner

Green, Clyde; McGuire, Kevin J.
October 2003
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Oct/Dec2003, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p60
Presents a list of doctrinal requirements developed by the U.S. Army Intelligence Center's Doctrine Division to assist in the collection of lessons learned during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) in 2003. Questions developed by the New Systems Training and Integration Office to assist in the collection and performance of deployed Military Intelligence (MI) systems; List of questions developed by Concepts, Architecture, and Requirements to assist in the collection of facts about the performance of MI systems and the effectiveness of training of personnel deployed to OIF.


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