FM 2-33.4 PDF

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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Did the analyst overlook pieces of intelligence information that may have had an impact 2-33.44 the events? Knowledge is the fact or condition of knowing something with familiarity gained through experience or association derived from information, facts, and descriptions.

fk The intelligence warfighting function is the related tasks and systems that facilitate understanding of the operational environment, enemy, terrain, and civil considerations FM Peace operations include peacekeeping, peace building, peacemaking, peace enforcement, and conflict prevention. This manual emphasizes the act of intelligence analysis as a collaborative networked activity.

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Analysts should repeatedly apply and practice the elements of thought and intellectual standards to help develop intellectual traits. Intelligence analysts at all levels must 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.

Traditionally, these missions are conducted by special forces. Analysis performed by intelligence personnel helps create knowledge in support of decisionmaking. Intellectual traits include, but are not limited to—.

Document and Media Exploitation. There are four major threat categories intelligence analysts must assist the commander and staff in understanding: Army Intelligence Analysis Manual November 19, The following manual was obtained from a public website associated with the U.


Crimes and Criminal Procedure. There are four major threat categories intelligence analysts must assist the commander and staff in understanding:. Computer Security Readiness Team. Like peacetime military engagement, combat is not likely. Knowledge helps ascribe meaning and value to the conditions or events within an operation. Army Intelligence and Security Command, E-2 National Open-Source Committee, A Open Source Academy, E P public broadcasts,public documents,public speaking forums,Chatham House Rule, R requirement commander’s criticial information,friendly force information,priority intelligence,intelligence, priority intelligence, research, field research, open-source, plan, practical, question, S security domains, Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System, Nonsecure Internet Protocol Router Network, SECRET Internet Protocol Router Network, sources analysis of the media, authoritative, Ask the following questions at a minimum: Perform intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance.

Attacks by insurgent and terrorist groups are likely, and U. The operational environment encompasses physical areas and factors of the air, land, maritime, and space domains. Assist others in solving problems and completing individual tasks.

Pattern of life analysis is a combination of multiple techniques: What collection may fill those gaps? Rank does not equate to experience, knowledge, or best analytical practice.

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Pattern of life factors can and should be developed from as many sources as possible. Training, knowledge, and experience are all critical parts of dealing with uncertainty. Army Geospatial Intelligence Handbook. Give and seek input from others when forming conclusions. Peace operations normally occur in complex environments.

The Army Universal Task List. The intelligence analyst provides doctrinal intelligence support to major combat operations in accordance with FM Department of Defense Dictionary of Associated Terms. Operational Terms and Graphics. The following actions can help build and maintain collaborative relationships: Human Intelligence Collector Operations.


Intelligence personnel never have all the information necessary to make an intelligence assessment. The operational environment is a composite f the conditions, circumstances, and influences that affect the employment of capabilities and bear on the decision of the commander JP References References-2 ATP Support to force generation.

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Related Material From the Archive: The principal audience for ATP Intellectual traits include, but are not limited to— Fair-mindedness.

They are normally conducted by joint task forces. Subject matter expertise alone will not guarantee the development of logical or accurate conclusions. Intelligence is more than just collection.

Doctrine for Planning Joint Operations. Department of the Army Personnel Security Program.

Globalization, technology, population growth, urbanization, and demand for natural resources are creating an environment where the location of the next crisis requiring American intervention is not always predictable.

These groups will employ unconventional and asymmetric methods and means to counter U.

Commanders and staffs of Army headquarters serving as 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. Support to situational understanding.