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Military intelligence professional bulletin

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Title:
Military intelligence professional bulletin
Uniform Title:
Military intelligence professional bulletin
Alternate Title:
MIPB
Alternate Title:
MI professional bulletin
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U.S. Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca
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Fort Huachuca, AZ
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U.S. Army Intelligence Center :
Fort Huachuca.
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English

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Military intelligence -- Periodicals ( lcsh )
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Military intelligence ( fast )
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Print began with vol. 20, no. 1 (Jan./Mar. 1994).

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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This item is a work of the U.S. federal government and not subject to copyright pursuant to 17 U.S.C. §105.
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on10270 ( NOTIS )
1027060632 ( OCLC )
2008230761 ( LCCN )
2379-2167 ( ISSN )
on1027060632
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INSCOM 2020

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FEATURES 17 DEPARTMENTS

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2 Always Out Front

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3 CSM FORUM

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4 Technical Perspective

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5 Figure 1. CNA Overview: CNA in Capabiities Development.

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6 Figure 2. CNA Process.

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11 Figure 1. Required Capabilities to support Multi-Domain Battle.

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12 Figure 2. Integration across the 30-Year Strategic Plan.

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13 Figure 1. DOTMLPF-P Domains. Doctrine Organization Training Materiel Leadership and Education Personnel Facilities Policy Provide operational guidance Assess force design Determine basis of issue Individual training Team training Determine training/skill requirements Combined Arms Trng Strategy (CATS) System modifications System upgrades (CCD modifications) New system start Leader Development Action Plan (LDAP) Soldier development memorandum MILCON memorandum (new construction) SRM funding request (modify existing) General goals and acceptable procedures

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14 Compare current and future force capabilities against defense guidance, the operational environment concepts, lessons learned, and command emphasis to determine gaps. Capabilities Tasks Attributes Metrics Gaps Shortfalls Redundancies Risk areas Determine non-materiel & materiel alternatives Recommend a prioritized capability approach to meet the need, including initial technology readiness level, sustainability, supportability, schedule of delivery, and affordability assessments Assess operational risks of each approach Consider science & technology Initiatives Identify experimentation needs Capabilities-Based Assessment (CBA) FUNCTIONAL AREA ANALYSIS (FAA) FUNCTIONAL NEEDS ANALYSIS (FNA) FUNCTIONAL SOLUTION ANALYSIS (FSA) Figure 2. The Capabilities-Based Assessment Phases.

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15 Capability Production Document (CPD) Capability Development Document (CDD) Initial Capabilities Document (ICD) Analysis Of Alternatives (AoA) DOTMLPF-P Integrated Change Recommendation (DICR) Changes existing Army resources not associated with a new acquisition program; part of complete package for ICDBroad, timephased, operational goals describe required capabilities Minimum set of key performance parameters (KPPs) Provides authoritative, testable capabilities for production & deployment phase Concept Decision Design Readiness Review Milestone A Milestone B Milestone C Figure 3. Materiel/Non-materiel Process.

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18 t FAA(Needs)FNA(Gaps & Risks)FSA(Solutions Approaches)RCsOutput Input Existing GuidanceWhat do we need for the mission? How good are we at doing it? What should we do about it?Mission Area or Military Problem: RCs (with associated tasks, conditions, standards) using DoDs common lexicon for describing capabilities The problems and the risks RCs vs current and programmed capabilities = capability gaps and prioritized risks Potential DOTMLPF-P (non-materiel and materiel) solution approach recommendations (COA) to identified capability gaps or recommendation to pursue a materiel solutionCOA: Courses of Action DoD: Department of Defense DOTMLPF-P: Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership and Education, Personnel, Facilities, and Policy FAA: Functional Area Analysis FNA: Functional Needs Analysis FSA: Functional Solution Analysis RC: Required Capabilities Capabilities-Based Assessment Process.4

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21 Soldiers with Anvil Troop, 1st Squadron, 91st Cavalry Regiment, 173rd Airborne Brigade, conduct aerial reconnaissance procedures, outside Johvi, Estonia, during day one of Operation Siil. Anvil serves as a Reconnaissance Surveillance Target Acquisition Troop and uses tools such as the Raven, a small-unmanned aircraft, to increase the avenues of approach upon an objective. Photo by SGT Juana Nesbitt

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23 sensors that can intercept enemy radio communications and radio frequencies, and allows the Soldiers manning the trucks to conduct analysis.Photo Courtesy U.S Army.

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24 ship projectiles. Shown here, two CH-47 Chinook helicopters perform tactical maneuvers to place two M777A2 howitzers in position on Sicily Drop Zone at Fort Bragg, NC, May 25, 2017. Photo by U.S. Army SGT Steven Galimore

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26 Figure 1. Science and Technology Process and Performer Overview.

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28 s Figure 2. Basic Research to Advanced Technology Development. Advanced Technology Development Microsensors Data Exfil Means Micro Autonomous Systems System Control & Energetics Sensing, Perception, & Processing Communications, Navigation, and CoordinationApplied Research Basic ResearchMicroelectronics Vanishing substrates Near-zero power RF Ultra low-power computing 3D circuit integration Internet of Battlefield Things Device discovery Autonomic actuation Distributed asynchronous processing & analytics Mechanically Driven Xmitters Penetrating RF Propagating RF Electrets

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29 Vanishing Programmable Resources.Photo courtesy of DARPA

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32 3 st The Winch Aerostat Small Platform, or WASP, is a mobile, tactical-sized aerostat capable of carrying a variety of payloads in support of military operations. Photo courtesy U.S. Army

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34 Figure 1. Army Doctine Development Process.4

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35 Figure 2. Military Intelligence Doctrinal Library.

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37 The ADDIE process for learning product development.1

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40 Personnel Development.

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44 U.S. Army PhotoThe Army is rolling out a gaming system, Operation Overmatch, that Soldiers can use to test virtual versions of gear and operation concepts that could be implemented in the future.

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45 Our Mission The GSP identifies, selects, trains, assigns, and retains personnel conducting sensitive and complex classified operations in one of five distinct disciplines for the Army, DOD, and National Agencies. Who are we looking for? Those best suited for this line of work do not fit the mold of the average Soldier. Best qualified applicants display a strong sense of individual responsibility, unquestionable character, good interpersonal skills, professional and personal maturity, and cognitive flexibility. Applicants must undergo a rigorous selection and assessment process that includes psychological examinations, personal interviews, a CIscope polygraph and an extensive background investigation. Basic Prerequisites:Active Duty Army.25 years or older.Hold a TS/SCI clearanceFor a full list of prerequisites, please visit our website (SIPRNET http://gsd.daiis.mi.army.smil.mil) or contact an Accessions Manager at gs.recruiting@us.army.mil or call (301) 833-9561/9562/9563/9564.

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48 Cyber operations on mission in the 780th Military Intelligence Brigade operations center at Fort Meade, MD. Photo by Steve Stover

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49 LTC Kirk John Junker, seminar lead instructor and director of the Joint Targeting School in Dam Neck, VA, discusses key points and principles of joint targeting during a targeting seminar at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait, October 12, 2016. The open forum seminar allowed key leaders to learn and discuss important strategies and doctrine concerning the concept of joint targeting.Photo by SGT Aaron Ellerman

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51 Joel Yates! Contact and Article

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58 Acculturation Strategies.

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59 Photo by U.S. Air Force SSgt. Benjamin Raughton strip an AK-47 at the Djiboutian Army Academy in Arta, Djibouti, July 25, 2016. After the cadets learned the fundamentals, they

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64 Courier CPL Roland McFall receives plates from Observer, 1LT James B Harvey. At the end of the aerial photo mission, the motorcyclist waits to retrieve the glass photographic plates for speedy delivery to the photo lab for processing.