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FM 3-05.102

FM 3-05.102

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"Army Special Operations Forces Intelligence," dated 31 August 2001.

This publications supersedes FM 34-36, 20 September 1991.
"Army Special Operations Forces Intelligence," dated 31 August 2001.

This publications supersedes FM 34-36, 20 September 1991.

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FM 3-05.102
(FM 34-36)
 
July 2001
Headquarters, Department of the Army
 
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION:
Distribution authorized to U.S. Government agencies and their contractors only to protect technical oroperational information from automatic dissemination under the International Exchange Program or byother means. This determination was made on 5 December 2003. Other requests for this documentmust be referred to Commander, United States Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center andSchool, ATTN: AOJK-DT-JAA, Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310-5000.
DESTRUCTION NOTICE:
 
Destroy by any method that must prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document.
 
ARMY SPECIALOPERATIONS FORCESINTELLIGENCE
 
 
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*FM 3-05.102
Field Manual HeadquartersNo. 3-05.102 Department of the ArmyWashington, DC, 31 August 2001
Army Special Operations ForcesIntelligence
 
Contents
Page
PREFACE
...................................................................................................................v
Chapter 1 OPERATIONS AND ARSOF
..................................................................................1-1Introduction...............................................................................................................1-1Range of Military Operations....................................................................................1-1Army Special Operations Forces ............................................................................1-7Army Special Operations Characteristics..............................................................1-10ARSOF Truths........................................................................................................1-11Special Operations Mission Criteria.......................................................................1-11Army Special Operations Imperatives....................................................................1-12ARSOF Missions....................................................................................................1-15ARSOF Collateral Activities...................................................................................1-18Targeting and Mission Planning.............................................................................1-19
 
DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION:
Distribution authorized to U.S. Government agencies and their contractors onlyto protect technical or operational information from automatic dissemination under the International ExchangeProgram or by other means. This determination was made on 5 December 2003. Other requests for thisdocument must be referred to Commander, United States Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center andSchool, ATTN: AOJK-DT-JAA, Fort Bragg, North Carolina 28310-5000.
DESTRUCTION NOTICE:
Destroy by any method that must prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction ofthe document.*This publication supersedes FM 34-36, 30 September 1991.
 
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Chapter 2ARSOF AND THE INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE SYSTEM
...2-1Introduction...............................................................................................................2-1 ARSOF IEW Characteristics ....................................................................................2-3Integrating IEW With Operations..............................................................................2-5Intelligence in the Military Decision-Making Process...............................................2-7Intelligence Cycle.....................................................................................................2-9Characteristics of Effective Intelligence .................................................................2-13Intelligence Disciplines...........................................................................................2-14 ARSOF Intelligence Tasks.....................................................................................2-17
Chapter 3IEW SUPPORT TO SPECIAL FORCES OPERATIONS
.........................................3-1Introduction...............................................................................................................3-1SF Missions..............................................................................................................3-1SF Intelligence Organization....................................................................................3-5Deployed SF...........................................................................................................3-15SF IEW Roles and Functions.................................................................................3-17Other Organic Intelligence Assets..........................................................................3-23Nonorganic IEW Support to SF..............................................................................3-23IEW Support From Higher Headquarters...............................................................3-23
Chapter 4IEW SUPPORT TO RANGER OPERATIONS
.........................................................4-1Introduction...............................................................................................................4-1Ranger Missions.......................................................................................................4-1Ranger Intelligence Organization.............................................................................4-2Other Organic Support.............................................................................................4-5Nonorganic IEW Support to Ranger Regiment........................................................4-6Ranger Support to IEW System...............................................................................4-7
Chapter 5IEW SUPPORT TO ARSOA
....................................................................................5-1Introduction...............................................................................................................5-1Missions and Organization.......................................................................................5-1Organic Intelligence Assets .....................................................................................5-2 ARSOA Intelligence Operations...............................................................................5-4External IEW Support...............................................................................................5-5Other Nonorganic Support .......................................................................................5-7
Chapter 6IEW SUPPORT TO PSYOP
.....................................................................................6-1Introduction...............................................................................................................6-1

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