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Army Field Manual - FM 34-8-2 - Intellegence Field Officers Handbook

Army Field Manual - FM 34-8-2 - Intellegence Field Officers Handbook

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HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
 
 
FM 34-8-2
 
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FIELD MANUAL HeadquartersNo. 34-8-2 Department of the ArmyWashington, DC,
Table of Contents
PagePREFACE ..................................................ivCHAPTER 1 - G2/S2 ROLES AND MISSIONS.......................1-1Why You Need This Handbook......................1-1Purpose of This Handbook.........................1-1CHAPTER 2 - FORCE PROJECTION..............................2-1Force Projection Principles.........................2-1Intelligence Readiness............................2-2Indications and Warnings..........................2-5Stages of Force Projection Operations................2-6CHAPTER 3 - MILITARY DECISION-MAKING PROCESS (MDMP).......3-1 CHAPTER 4 - S2 OPERATIONS CHECKLISTS......................4-1APPENDIX A. UNIT INTELLIGENCE TRAINING CHECKLIST...........A-1APPENDIX B. INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THEBATTLEFIELD PRODUCTS.......................B-1APPENDIX C. RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEILLANCEPLANNING....................................C-1APPENDIX D. PRIORITY INTELLIGENCE REQUIREMENTS,INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS, ANDINDICATORS..................................D-1APPENDIX E. GRAPHIC REPORT FORMATS.......................E-1APPENDIX F. TARGETING.....................................F-1APPENDIX G. IEW SYSTEMS...................................G-0APPENDIX H. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE UNITS ANDCAPABILITIES.................................H-1APPENDIX I. INTELLIGENCE TRANSITION CHECKLIST.............I-1APPENDIX J. INTELLIGENCE REFERENCE LIST...................J-1APPENDIX K. WEATHER ELEMENTS AND SUPPORT................K-1GLOSSARY.............................................Glossary-1REFERENCES........................................References-1DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
 
FM 34-8-2ii
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES
PageTable 1-1. Collection resources.............................2-1Table 4-1. Mission checklist................................4-2Table 4-2. N-Hour critical times.............................4-4Table 4-3. N-Hour critical actions list..........................4-5Table 4-4. Mission planning sequence
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........................4-6Table C-1. G2/S2 R&S responsibilities........................C-1Table F-1. Bulk electric power supply.........................F-38Table K-1. Weather effects from cloud ceilings..................K-13Table K-2. Weather effects from reduced visibility...............K-14Table K-3. Weather effects from precipitation...................K-17Table K-4. Weather and environmental data elementsimpacting Army systems and operations..............K-19Table K-5. Windchill chart..................................K-21Table K-6. Daily water consumption requirementsfor three levels of activity..........................K-23Table K-7. Work time in hot weather operations.................K-24Table K-8. WBGT index (light work)..........................K-24Table K-9. Conversion factors..............................K-25Figure 2-1. Principles of force projection IEW operations...........2-2Figure B-1. Modified combined obstacles overlay................B-2Figure B-2. Population status overlay..........................B-2Figure B-3. Key facilities and target overlay.....................B-3Figure B-4. Logistics sustainability overlay.....................B-4Figure B-5. Concealment and cover overlay.....................B-5Figure B-6. Lines of communication overlay.....................B-6Figure B-7. Doctrinal template - depicts enemy forces according todoctrinal deployment, unconstrained by terrain.........B-7Figure B-8. Situation template - depicts deployed enemy forces adjustedfor obstacles and terrain..........................B-7Figure B-9. Decision support template.........................B-8Figure B-10. Partial BOS synchronization matrix..................B-9Figure B-11. Event template - considers COAs
 
of reinforcing or counterattacking forces
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B-9Figure B-12. Event template - depicts key events in eachthreat COA
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B-10Figure B-13. Event matrix...................................B-11Figure B-14. Sample of an ADA-tailored IPB.....................B-12Figure C-1. R&S planning process............................C-2

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