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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Intelligence personnel must also know how to arrive at logical, well-reasoned, unbiased conclusions based on analysis.

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Library of Congress, Federal Research Division. Pattern of life factors can and should be developed from as many sources as possible. Training, knowledge, and experience 233.4 all critical parts of dealing with uncertainty. Trainers and educators throughout the Army will also use this manual.

See FM for a detailed description of the operational environment. Traditionally, these missions are conducted by special forces. Hold regular synchronization meetings to foster communication, cooperation, and focus collection among the various intelligence sections. However, the threat of terrorist attacks is possible, as are attacks from the general population.

Department of Defense Dictionary of Associated Terms. First, it is warfare among and within the people. Ask the following questions at a minimum: What are the intelligence gaps? It differs from conventional operations in two aspects. The following manual dm obtained from a public website associated with the U. In addition to determining how the physical environment may affect operations, intelligence personnel must assess how the presence 2-33.4 actions of thinking threats and civilian populations can influence situations and affect desired outcomes.

These groups will employ unconventional and asymmetric methods and means to counter U. Intellectual traits are the traits of mind and character necessary to support reasoning. It is a process where two or more individuals or groups work together on a common problem or task to achieve a common goal by sharing knowledge and building consensus.


Carnegie Mellon 2-33. Engineering Institute. Perform intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance. Ffm combat operations are the operational theme for which doctrine, including the principles of 2-33.44, was originally developed.

A analysis, intelligence, Internet, media, mission,public documents, requirements for, C Chatham House Rule. Effective collaboration includes continuous dialogue that leads to increased understanding.

Second, it emphasizes an indirect 23-3.4. Crimes and Criminal Procedure. Distribution authorized to U. Collaboration requires the candid exchange of ideas or opinions among participants and encourages frank discussions when disagreement occurs.

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Army Intelligence Analysis Manual November 19, The following manual was obtained from a public website associated with the U. It is a continuous process that involves analyzing information from all sources and conducting operations to develop the situation.

Support to situational understanding. Analysts should repeatedly apply and practice the elements of thought and intellectual standards to help develop intellectual traits. The diagram is constructed so the flow of events is from left to right.

They are normally conducted by joint task forces. Intellectual traits include, but are not limited to— Fair-mindedness. FM defines threats as nation-states, organizations, people, groups, conditions, or natural phenomena 2-33.44 to damage or destroy life, vital resources, or institutions.

See public speaking forums. Fk personnel never have all the information necessary to make an intelligence assessment. Support to force generation. 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 Fn Network, sources analysis of the media, authoritative, Combining good analytical techniques with area knowledge and experience is 2-3.34 best combination to provide accurate, meaningful assessments to commanders and leaders.

The intelligence warfighting function is the related tasks and systems that facilitate understanding of the operational environment, enemy, terrain, and civil considerations FM Share information, ideas, and suggestions.


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There are four major threat categories intelligence analysts must assist the commander and staff in understanding: This will require routine contact with local operational management teams, human intelligence collection teams, and the supporting SIGINT section. Support group conclusions even if not in total agreement.

Decisionmakers should be made aware of dissent among participants and be given the opportunity fj review the reasons for that dissent as part of forming an independent judgment. Are there missing pieces of data that may fill those gaps that should be collected? Commanders make decisions based on their understanding of the environment in which 22-33.4 are operating; intelligence analysis aids the commander in gaining the situational understanding necessary to decisionmaking.

What collection may fill those gaps?

Pattern of life analysis should be as in-depth as possible. Notify others in a mf manner of changes or problems related to a task.

Always out front.

America has entered an era of persistent conflict where states, nations, transnational actors, and nonstate actors are increasingly willing to use violence to achieve their political and ideological ends. Are certain critical events necessary for the predicted location of the target to occur? Examples of limited interventions are noncombatant evacuation, raids, show of force, foreign humanitarian assistance, consequence management, sanction enforcement, and elimination of weapons of mass destruction WMDs.

If lengthy, what caused the delay? The operational environment is a composite of the conditions, circumstances, and influences mf affect the employment of capabilities and bear on the decision of the commander JP

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