TTP for the Special Forces Battalion S2 at JRTC and NTC

Fullerton, Jay B.
October 2001
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Oct-Dec2001, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p18
Provides guidelines for Special Forces battalion S2s regarding some tactics, techniques and procedures for Joint Readiness Training Center and National Training Center rotations in the U.S. Mission tasking order and target intelligence package for S2; Intelligence preparation of the battlefield support to the military decision-making process; Message flow and tracking.


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