Terrain Support to Joint IPB--A Unified Endeavor Experience

Maxner, Scott J.
January 1999
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Jan-Mar99, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p29
Suggests that the Joint Task Force (JTF) should have its own attached terrain and topographic detachment to create intelligence preparation of the battlefield. Description of detachments organic to the United States Army; How to resource terrain information; Distribution of terrain products learned from the Exercise Unified Endeavor 98-1, a multinational training event for commanders of the JTF.


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