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Army Interrogation Approaches

Army Interrogation Approaches

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APPROACHESSubcourse Number IT 0599EDITION CU.S. Army Intelligence CenterFort Huachuca, Arizona 85613-60004 Credit HoursEDITION DATE: June 1995SUBCOURSE OVERVIEWThis subcourse teaches the necessary fundamentals to enable the interrogatorto "break" the enemy prisoner of war (EPW) by using proper approachtechniques.Suggested supplemental reading: USAICS subcourses IT 0596, IT 0597, IT 0602,and IT 0604.This subcourse reflects current doctrine at tine of preparation. In yourown work situation, always refer to the latest publications.The words "he," "him," "his," and "men," when used in this publication,represent the masculine and feminine genders, unless otherwise stated.TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVETASKS:To make initial EPW contact in a professional and businesslikemanner, select approaches based on available EPW information,properly use selected primary and alternate approaches, andrecognize the EPs willingness to cooperate.CONDITIONS:Performed in a tactical environment. Given an EPW,interrogation plan, escort guard, captive tag, documentscaptured with the EPW, screening and previous interrogationreports, and an interrogation area.STANDARDS:To demonstrate competency of this task, you must achieve aminimum of 70% on the subcourse examination.
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TABLE OF CONTENTSTitlePageTitle PageiLESSON 1: INITIAL CONTACT1-1Introduction1-1Practice Exercise1-5Answer Key and Feedback1-6LESSON 2: BASIC APPROACHES2-1Introduction2-1Practice Exercise2-9Answer Key and Feedback2-10LESSON 3: OTHER APPROACHES3-1Introduction3-1Practice Exercise3-7Answer Key and Feedback3-8LESSON 4: APPROACH COMBINATIONS4-1Introduction4-1PART A - Identify Approach combinations4-1PART B - Recognize the Breaking Point4-2Practice Exercise4-5Answer Key and Feedback4-6
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