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- From the editor. Mangold, Robert B. // Military Intelligence;Jan-Mar93, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p4
Focuses on the importance of the intelligence doctrine in the US Army. New generation of challenges; Enhancement of the doctrine; Use of experiences gained from circumstances not imagined in the past.
- An introduction to our Intelligence Branch Operational Concept. Hallagan, Robert E. // Military Intelligence;Jan-Mar93, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p6
Describes the Intelligence Branch Operational Concept, a vision for deploying and employing US Army intelligence forces in the future. Army intelligence mission; Functions of Army intelligence; Intelligence System of Systems; Communications and processing; Intelligence leadership and management...
- Total force. Mesch, Joe; Miner, Dave // Military Intelligence;Jan-Mar93, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p49
Presents developments concerning military intelligence in the US Army. Includes Reserve Component community; Military Intelligence Life Cycle; Career opportunity in the Defense Attache System.
- Army intelligence split-based operations. Madden, Patrick M.; Hallagan, Robert // Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Apr-Jun94, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p5
Discusses the importance of split-based intelligence operations to the US Army's Intelligence Battlefield Operating System (BOS) for supporting the commander. Need for BOS to be light, mobile and capable of providing precise intelligence; Role of the Deployable Intelligence Support Element...
- The role of the G2 planner. Marsella, Nicholas R. // Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Apr-Jun94, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p28
Discusses the role of the US Army's G2 planner in military intelligence operations. Planning process; Common mistakes in military intelligence; Accurate and precise intelligence preparation of the battlefield which is updated and used during the wargame.
- The Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Support Element. Wenger, William V. // Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Apr-Jun94, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p30
Focuses on the US Army's Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Support Element (IEWSE). Responsibility of military intelligence battalion S3 for the training and operational supervision of IEWSE teams; Specified tasks; Implied tasks; Deployment and employment considerations; Training.
- HUMINT automation not an oxymoron. Gonzales, Gregory // Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Oct/Dec94, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p13
Reports on the US Army's automation of the human reporting process of its intelligence-related operations. Problems in the automation of human intelligence (HUMINT); All-Source Analysis System (ASAS); Phantom Saber III.
- MI Corps Hall of Fame nominations. // Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Oct/Dec94, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p39
Reports that the US Army's Office of the Chief of Military Intelligence (OCMI) is accepting nominations for the MI Hall of Fame. Criteria for nomination; Contact information.
- Training for the improved GUARDRAIL V. Corneau, Max J. // Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Oct/Dec94, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p42
Reports on how the Bravo Company, 15th Military Intelligence (MI) Battalion of the US Army deployed the Improved GUARDRAIL V (IGRV) System. Crawl phase; Walk phase; Run phase; Achievements during each phase; Lessons learned during the deployment; Tactical innovations. INSET: Improved GUARDRAIL...