FM 2-19.4 PDF

Pub/Form Number, ATP SUPERSEDED TC , 11/09/; SUPERSEDED ATP , 06/14/; SUPERSEDED FM , 11/25/ FM Human Intelligence Collector Operations · FM Preparation of the Battlefield/Battlespace (CAC or AKO Login Required); FM Brigade. FM , Airborne and Air Assault Operations, establishes doctrine to This publication supersedes FM (25 November ), TC

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ETIOV is a tool used by the intelligence and operations officers to achieve synchronization and integration of ISR activities into the overall plan. Is the risk worth the potential information that might be gained? When the unit is unable to satisfy a collection requirement through its own assets, the intelligence staff composes and submits an RFI to the next higher echelon or lateral units for integration within fn own ISR plan.

Intelligence activities 2-1.4 by Executive Order are further extended to combatant commanders through operation orders and plans. The original concept, and I stand by the wisdom of it, was for the CoIST to be organic assets from the unit.

(ISR) Synchronization – FM 2-01

The Army National Guard ARNG often acts as a first military responder for civil support operations on behalf of State authorities while serving in State cm duty status or when functioning under Title 32 U. Unmanned Aircraft Systems Missions For example, during course of action development, it may be sufficient to tell a commander that an enemy force is located in a general area and has an approximate number of tanks and armored personnel carriers of various types.

Specified tasks for resources from higher headquarters should be built into the requirements developed using the techniques in Appendix A. Perform Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield They often use indicators developed for each threat course of action as the basis for their analysis and conclusions.

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Displaying all the potential asset information in an initial ISR matrix allows intelligence officers to ensure visually all assets and all NAIs f covered for collection.


Therefore, intelligence support for SOF requires a thorough understanding of special operations requirements at the tactical level.

The four functions can occur at any time during the process. These specific authorities are often found in a wide range of documents such as DOD directives, intelligence-agency-specific authorities, Army regulations, operation orders, and operation plans.

Within the framework of the intelligence warfighting function, the intelligence tasks and the intelligence process, intelligence personnel further focus on conducting intelligence from a fundamental, enterprise perspective. Prepare consists of activities performed by units to improve their ability to execute an operation.

Within this process the staff considers the different dialects within the AO when determining language support requirements. Planning requirements and assessing collection is a commander-driven, coordinated staff effort led by the G-2 or S-2 officer. When access through intelligence reach is not possible, then intelligence personnel must initiate a formal RFI to the appropriate echelon, who will either answer it or formally pass that request to f next echelon to obtain an answer.

The intelligence running estimate ensures commanders have the intelligence they need to conduct offensive operations with minimum risk of surprise. All BCTs include the following capabilities: These following actions describe the concerns that intelligence officers must consider to reach the optimal solution for synchronization: They may also require near real-time dissemination to the operator level.

Further discussion on working groups can be found in Chapter 4. 22-19.4 BCT intelligence cell integrates MI collection assets in an effort to produce intelligence that helps commanders gain situational understanding.

FOUO A factor that influences the accuracy of a fix is the geographic relationship of the collection assets to the threat emitter. They determine what joint assets are available by conducting collaboration and coordination early in the planning process.

They were going outside the wire completely 21-9.4 to the threat. The general force tailoring and specific task organization rm an ordered command and support structure with technical channels for intelligence operations. The cell makes analytical predictions on when and where actions will occur. The continuous activities of planning requirements and assessing collection identify the best way to satisfy requirements of the supported commander and staff.


Intelligence support in civil support operations is conducted strictly within the guidelines of U. A unit generally will not have enough assets to cover all intelligence gaps. Retasking may involve simple adjustments undertaken by the MI collection asset to meet the new requirements or may require movement to another location. Determine Specified, Implied, and Essential Tasks This type of mission is not limited to threat areas but may be requested to facilitate friendly logistic or troop movements as well.

IPB products help commanders and staffs understand all relevant aspects -219.4 the operational environment throughout all operations process activities. The staff performs the planning requirements task to develop an integrated plan to collect the information needed to answer those requirements.

He also states that the company should be able to gain or lose modules many times in a day without losing the coherence of operations, as tasks and engagements are conducted simultaneously and sequentially. Similarly, their loyalty may reside with their country of origin, religious group, tribal affiliation, or other close connections when the interests of these groups are at odds with U.

BCT intelligence assets are employed to support mission command by meeting the information collection tasks of the BCT and its subordinate units. Intelligence operations collect information about the activities and resources of the threat or information concerning the characteristics of the operational environment.

There is an inherent friction between the desire to provide complete, accurate intelligence reports and the continuous requirement to support time-sensitive tactical decisionmaking.

References References-2 ATP Establishing command and support relationships directs the flow of reported information during intelligence operations.