UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

V.
Manning, Bradley E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211
Prosecution Motion
for Preliminary Ruling on
Admissibility of Evidence
(Business Records)
Enclosure 2
22 June 2012
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DECLARATION OF QUALIFIED PERSON CERTIFYING
THE AUTHENTICITY OF DOMESTIC BUSINESS RECORDS
I , Matthew Freeburg, the below-signed declarant, am employed by (Headquarters and
Headquarters Company, 2d Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light), Fort Drum,
NY 13602) as Company Commander and in this position I am a qualified person authorized to
declare and certify the attached documents in accordance with Military Rules of Evidence 803(6)
and 902(11). This declaration is made in conjunction with (Headquarters and Headquarters
Company, 2d Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light) response to the request
issued by SFC Monica Carlile, in the matter of United States v. PFC Bradley E. Manning.
As an authorized records custodian for (Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 2d Brigade
Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light), I certify that the following attached records are
true and accurate copies of the originals:
The original unit Soldier Management Individual File (SMIF) of PFC Bradley E.
Manning, consisting of 144 pages.
The attached documents were made at or near the time of the occurrence of the events set forth
by, or from information transmitted by, a person with knowledge of the events recorded. These
records were kept in the course of the regularly conducted business activity of (Headquarters and
Headquarters Company, 2d Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light) and were
created and maintained in the regular course of business by (Headquarters and Headquarters
Company, 2d Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light) as a regular practice.
I declare under penalty of perjury and pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1746 that the foregoing
information is true and correct. Executed as of the date below.
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(Signature)
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(Printed Name)
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(Date)
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY OF DOMESTIC BUSINESS RECORDS
I, CPT Matthew Freeburg attest that I am employed by HHC/2BCT, 10MTN DIV (Ll), Fort Drum,
NY, 13602, and that my official title is Company Commander. I am a custodian of records for
HHC/2BCT, Fort Drum, NY, 13602. I certify that the attached records are the originals or true
and accurate copies of the originals. I am the custodian of the attached records consisting of
pages. I have provided the following:
The original unit Soldier Management Individual File (SMIF) of PFC Bradley E. Manning,

Furthermore, the attached documents were made by, or from, information transmitted by a
person with knowledge of the events recorded, were made at or near the time of the events
recorded. We create and maintain these documents in the regular course of business as a
regular practice.
This certification is intended to satisfy Military Rule of Evidence 902(11).
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(Signature)
Matthew Freeburg
(Printed Name)
19 January 2011
(Date)
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(Phone)
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(b) (6),
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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
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NAME: Manning, Bradley Edward SSN:
STATEMENT FOR ENLISTMENT
UNITED STATES ARMY ENLISTMENT PROGRAM
For use of this form, see AR 601-210: the proponent agency is ODCSPER
(For instructions using this form see USAREC Reg 601-96)
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974
AUTHORITY: Title 10, United States Code. Section 275 Executive Order 9397.
PRINCIPAL
PURPOSE:
Basic form used to record contractual obligations to enlistees. Guarantees and annexes
enlistment contract.
ROUTINE USES: This form becomes a part of the Enlisted Master File and Field Personnel File. Al l uses of
this form are internal to the United States Army.
DISCLOSURE: Disclosure of the Social Security Number: (SSN) and other personal information is
voluntary. However failure to provide the required information may result in denial of
enlistment or reenlistment.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT: In connection with my enlistment in the Regular Army. I hereby acknowledge that:
a. 1 am enlisting for the following program (s):
PROGRAM
9A
9C
TI TLE
United States ARMY Training Enlistment Program(lJNCM)
United States ARMY Incentive Enlistment Program(US ARMY CASH
BONUS, 4 YR ENL, US ARMY SEASONAL BONUS (HIGH PRIORITY
SEAT), I - I I I A)
REQUEST OPTION
03
174, 270
b. My enlistment for this program assures me that, provided I meet required prerequisites, I will receive training in the following
Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) or Career Management Field (CMF)
MOS: 35F Intelligence Analyst
Skill Level: 1
SQI: O NO SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS
ASI: 00 DEFAULT CODE
Language: YY NONE
c. I understand that the assignment location for which I have enlisted is subject to change i f either my spouse or dependent child
(ren) are enrolled in the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) for medical reasons, meaning that one or more of my
family members require medical treatment that may not be available at all military medical treatment facilities (MTF). I
further understand that i f my original assignment option is changed due to that installation's MTF not being able to provide
the proper care for my family member(s), 1 will be assigned to another installation where proper medical care is available,
based on the Army's need for a Soldier of my military occupational specialty and rank at that installation. 1 understand that i f
1 have not enlisted for a guaranteed assignment and either my spouse or dependent child(ren) are enrolled in the EFMP, my
2007100209:33 DA form 3286, April 2005 (Annex B) Page 1 of 8
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
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MONTGOMERY Gl BI LL ACT OF 1984 (MGIB)
(Chapter 30, Title 38. U.S. Code)
BASIC ENROLLMENT
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: Chapter 30, Title 38, U.S. Code, Sections 3011, 3012, 3018A, and 3018B; and EO 9397.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE(S): To document the understanding of members about their eligibility or lack of eligibility for benefits
under the Montgomery Gl Bill Act of 1984 (MGIB) and document a member's election to decline enrollment for benefits under the
MGIB.
ROUTINE USE(S): To the Department of Veterans' Affairs to ascertain an individual's eligibility to claim benefits under the MGIB.
DISCLOSURE: Voluntary; however, failure to provide the requested information will result in the individual being automatically
enrolled in the MGIB program.
1. SERVICE MEMBER DATA
a. NAME (LAST First, Middle Initial) b. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN)
Manning, Bradley Edward
2. STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING FOR INELIGIBLE MEMBERS
I am NOT eligible for the MGIB because (a) I am a service academy graduate, or (b) I am an ROTC scholarship graduate who
received more than the current minimum amount allowed for enrollment in MGIB, or (c) I am a prior service member who
disenrolled during my previous term of active duty.
a. SERVICE MEMBER SIGNATURE b. RANK/GRADE c. DATE SIGNED(TTyyA/jWDD)
3. STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING FOR ALL ELIGIBLE MEMBERS
1. I am automatically enrolled unless 1 exercise the option to DISENROLL by signing Item 5 below.
2. I understand that UNLESS I DISENROLL from the MGIB my basic pay will be reduced $100 per month or the current monthly
rate until $1200 has been deducted; this basic pay reduction CANNOT be REFUNDED, SUSPENDED OR STOPPED this is an
IRREVOCABLE DECISION.
3. I must complete 36 months of active duty service (24 months i f my enlistment is for less than 36 months) before I am entitled to
the current rate of monthly benefits. The MGIB provides benefits for a period of 36 months.
4. I understand 1 am eligible for an increased monthly benefit by contributing an additional amount, not to exceed $600 while on
active duty. Once I separate, I cannot contribute.
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
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5 Imust receive an HONORABLE discharge for service establishing entitlement to the MGIB. This DOES NOT include'under
honorable conditions'.
6. Imust complete the requirements ofasecondary school diploma or equivalency certification,or successfully complete the
equivalent ofl2semester hours inaprogram of education leading toastandard college degree before applying for benefits with
the Department ofVeterans'Aflairs
7. IhavelOyears from date oflast discharge from active tluty to use MGIB benefits.
8. I f l di e while on active duty, or within one year after discharge or release from active duty i f service related,my designated
beneficiary(ies)will receive the unused balance ofthe money reduced from my basic pay for the MGIB.This death benefit will be
paid by the Department ofVeterans'Affairs (DVA).
9. Icannot receive any combination ofDVAeducational benefits in excess of 48 months.
10. Imust complete at least ^4 months ofa3year active duty service obligation and i f my obligation is2yearslmay join and serve
honorably in the Selected Reserve foraminimumof 48 months to qualify for the current active duty benefit rate.A(one)period of
service CANNOT qualify me for both active and reserve MGIB benefits.
a. SERVICE MEMBER SIGNATURE b. RANK/GRADE c. DATE SIGNEDfTTyTMMDD)
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4. SERVICE UNIQUE EDUCATION ASSISTANCE OPTIONS
Term of Enlistment: 4 Years, 00 Weeks, MOS: 35F
5. STATEMENT OF DISENROLLMENT
I DO NOT desire to participate in MGIB. I understand the benefits of the MGIB program and that I WI LL NOTbe able to enroll at a
later date.
a. DATE SIGNED (YYYYMMDD) b. RANK/GRADE c. SERVICE MEMBER SIGNATURE
6. CERTIFYING OFFICIAL
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a. TYPED OR PRINTED
J^AME(LAST, First, Middle
Initial)
Jones , Mark A
b. RANK/GRADE c. SIGNATURE d. DATE
SIGNED
(YYYYMMDD)
20070926
DD FORM 2366, JUN 2002 PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE.
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MONTGOMERY Gl BI LL ACT OF 1984 (MGIB)
("CA^g^kr JO. 7{//e 3& [/. Coc/e)
BASIC ENROLLMENT
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: Chapter 30, Title 38, U.S. Code, Sections 3011, 3012, 3018A, and 3018B; and EO 9397.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE(S): To document the understanding of members about their eligibility or lack of eligibility for benefits
under the Montgomery Gl Bi l l Act of 1984 (MGIB) and document a member's election to decline enrollment for benefits under the
MGIB.
ROUTINE USE(S): To the Department of Veterans' Affairs to ascertain an individual's eligibility to claim benefits under the MGIB.
DISCLOSURE: Voluntary; however, failure to provide the requested information will result in the individual being automatically
enrolled in the MGIB program.
1. SERVICE MEMBER DATA
a. ISlAMI. (LAST First, Middle Initial)
Manning, Bradley Edward
b. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN)

2. STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING FOR INELIGIBLE MEMBERS
I am NOT eligible for the MGIB because (a) I am a service academy graduate, or (b) I am an ROTC scholarship graduate who
received more than the current minimum amount allowed for enrollment in MGIB, or (c) I am a prior service member who
disenrolled during my previous term of active duty. . : i. . ; ; : ! . .
a. SERVICE MEMBER SIGNATURE b. RANK/GRADE c. DATE SIGNED (T7}TMWDD)
3. STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING FOR ALL ELIGIBLE MEMBERS
1. I am automatically enrolled unless I exercise the option to DISENROLL by signing Item 5 below.
2. I understand that UNLESS I DISENROLL from the MGIB my basic pay will be reduced $100 per month or the current monthly
rate until $1200 has been deducted; this basic pay reduction CANNOT be REFUNDED, SUSPENDED OR STOPPED this is an
IRREVOCABLE DECISION.
3. I must complete 36 months of active duty service (24 months i f my enlistment is for less than 36 months) before I am entitled to
the current rate of monthly benefits. The MGIB provides benefits for a period of 36 months.
4. I understand I am eligible for an increased monthly benefit by contributing an additional amount, not to exceed $600 while on
active duty. Once I separate, I cannot contribute.
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
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5. Imust receive an HONORABLE discharge for service establishing entitlement to the MGIB This DOES NOT include'under
honorable conditions'
6 Imust complete the requirements ofasecondary school diploma or equivalency certification,or successfttlly complete the
equivalentofl2semester hours inaprogram of education leading toastandard college degree before applying for benefits with
the Department ofVeterans'Affairs
7. IhavelOyears from date oflast discharge from active duty to use MGIB benefits.
8. I f l di e while on active duty, or within one year after discharge or release from active duty i f service related, my designated
benefictary(ies)will receive the unused balance of the money reduced from my basic pay for the MGIB.This death benefit will be
paid by the Department ofVeterans'Affairs (DVA).
9. Icannot receive any combination ofDVAeducational benefits in excess of 48 n^onths.
10. Imust complete at least 24 months ofa3year active duty service obligation and i f my obligation is2yearslt^ay join and serve
honorably in the Selected Reserve foraminimumof 48 rt^onths to qualify for the current active duty benefit rate.A(one)period of
service CANNOT qualify me forboth active and reserveMGIB benefits.
a. SERVICE MEMBER SIGNATURE b. RANK/GRADE c. DATE SIGNED ( mTMMDD)
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4. SERVICE UNIQUE EDUCATION ASSISTANCE OPTIONS
Term of Enlistment: 4 Years, 00 Weeks, MOS: 35F
5. STATEMENT OF DISENROLLMENT
I DO NOT desire to participate in MGIB. I understand the benefits of the MGIB program and that I WI LL NOTbe able to enroll at a
later date.
a. DATE SIGNED (YYYYMMDD) b. RANK/GRADE c. SERVICE MEMBER SIGNATURE
6. CERTIFYING OFFICIAL
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a. TYPED OR PRINTED b. RANK/GRADE c. SIGNATURE
NAME (LAST, First, Middle
Initial)
Jones , Mark A
d. DATE
SIGNED
(yyyyMMDD)
20070926
DD FORM 2366, JUN 2002 PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE.
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MONTGOMERY Gl BI LL ACT OF 1984 (MGIB)
(CAqp/er 30. 7;//e j & (7.:^. Code)
BASIC ENROLLMENT
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: Chapter 30, Title 38, U.S. Code, Sections 3011, 3012, 3018A, and 3018B; and EO 9397.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE(S): To document the understanding of members about their eligibility or lack of eligibility for benefits
under the Montgomery Gl Bi l l Act of 1984 (MGIB) and document a member's election to decline enrollment for benefits under the
MGIB.
ROUTINE USE(S): To the Department of Veterans' Affairs to ascertain an individual's eligibility to claim benefits under the MGIB.
DISCLOSURE: Voluntary; however, failure to provide the requested information will result in the individual being automatically
enrolled in the MGIB program.
1. SERVICE MEMBER DATA
a. NAME (1^57; First, Middle Initial)
Manning, Bradley Edward
b. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN)
2. STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING FOR INELIGIBLE MEMBERS
I am NOT eligible for the MGIB because (a) I am a service academy graduate, or (b) I am an ROTC scholarship graduate who
received more than the current minimum amount allowed for enrollment in MGIB, or (c) I am a prior service member who
disenrolled during my previous term of active duty. ; ; . •
a. SERVICE MEMBER SIGNATURE b. RANK/GRADE c. DATE SIGNED (YYYYMMDD)
3. STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING FOR ALL ELIGIBLE MEMBERS
1. I am automatically enrolled unless I exercise the option to DISENROLL by signing Item 5 below.
2. I understand that UNLESS I DISENROLL from the MGIB my basic pay will be reduced $100 per month or the current monthly
rate until $1200 has been deducted; this basic pay reduction CANNOT be REFUNDED, SUSPENDED OR STOPPED this is an
IRREVOCABLE DECISION.
3. I must complete 36 months of active duty service (24 months i f my enlistment is for less than 36 months) before I am entitled to
the current rate of monthly benefits. The MGIB provides benefits for a period of 36 months.
4. I understand I am eligible for an increased monthly benefit by contributing an additional amount, not to exceed $600 while on
active duty. Once I separate, I cannot contribute.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
B
5. Imust receive an HONORABLE discharge for service establishing entitlement to the MGIB This DOES NOT include'under
honorable conditions'
6 Imust complete the requirements ofasecondary school diploma or equivalency certification, or successfully complete the
equivalent ofl2semester hours inaprogram of education leading toastandard college degree before applying for benefits with
the Department ofVeterans'Affairs.
7 IhavelOyearsfi^om date oflast discharge from active duty to use MGIB benefits
8. I f l di e while on active duty, orwithin one year after discharge or release from active duty i f service related, my designated
beneficiary(ies)will receive the unused balance of the money reduced from my basic pay for theMGIB.This death benefit will be
paid by the Department ofVeterans'Affairs (DVA).
9. Icannot receive any combination ofDVAeducational benefits in excess of 48 months
10 Imustcompleteatleast24monthsofa3yearactivedutyserviceobligationandifmyobligationis2yearslmayjoinandserve
honorably in the Selected Reserve foraminimumof 48 months to qualify for the current active duty benefit rate.A(one)period of
service CANNOT qualify me for both active and reserve MGIB benefits.
a. SERVICE MEMBER SIGNATURE b. RANK/GRADE c. DATE SIGNED (TTyyMMDD)
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4. SERVICE UNIQUE EDUCATION ASSISTANCE OPTIONS
Term of Enlistment: 4 Years, 00 Weeks, MOS: 35F
5. STATEMENT OF DISENROLLMENT
I DO NOT desire to participate in MGIB. I understand the benefits of the MGIB program and that I WI LL NOTbe able to enroll at a
later date.
a. DATE SIGNED (YYYYMMDD) b. RANK/GRADE c. SERVICE MEMBER SIGNATURE
6. CERTIFYING OFFICIAL
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a. TYPED OR PRINTED b. RANK/GRADE c. SIGNATURE
NAME (LAST First, Middle
Initial)
Jones , Mark A
d. DATE
SIGNED
(yyyyMMDZ))
20070926
DD FORM 2366, JUN 2002 PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE.
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ROSTER:07275 SUB ROSTER: 81
NAME: MANNING BRADLEY EDWARD
LINE NO: 010
SSN
PAYGRADE/CODE E01 1 RANK: PV1
DATE OF RANK 20071002 BPED: 20071002
BASD 20071002 ETS: 20111001
EDUCATION E MOS: 35F0O
SERVICE COMP R DATE OFBIRTH: 19871217
BLOOD GROUPATYPE O P MARITAL STAT/NO DEP: S 0
SEX M CITIZENSHIP: A
MENTAL CATEGORY B TYPE COMMITMENT: UNCM
RACE C PHYSICAL CAT/PROFILE: B 111121
DRIVERS LICENSE Y ETHNIC: X
ELIGiOUS CODE/PREF 62 HEIGHT: 62
WEIGHT: 101
HAIR B EYES: B
BONUS ENLISTMENT 9 Gl BILUAFC CODE: 05
MATH/SCIENCE 1 PRIOR SERVICE/YEARS:
DATE OF ARRIVAL 20071002 EAD DATE: 20071002
TERM OF SERVICE 4 TERM OF SERVICE MONTHS: 48
MEP STATION BALTIMORE MD MEPS CODE: A02
PHASE HIVDATE: 20070831
RLANGID CONUS PREF: 06
0C0NUS1 PREF OE OCONUS2 PREF: OA
0C0NUS3 PREF OF ASSIGNMENT CONSID:
RECRUITOR SSN/NAME: BOYLE AFQT: 00
GT: 123 GM: 128 EL: 127 CL 126 MM: 121 SC: 128 CO: 128 FA: 128 OF; 126 ST: 128
ENTNAC: SUBMISSION CODE/DATE: F 20070926 RESULT DATE:
HOR ADDRESS
CURRENT ADDRESS
LEGAL ADDRESS
BIRTH ADDRESS OKLAHOMA CITY OK US
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
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APPLICANT COPY
CONGRATULATIONS! A SUCCESSFUL RESERVATION WAS COMPLETED FOR
NAME: MANNING BRADLEY EDWARD SSN: XXXXX
JOB:35F1O00YY %L Y s 7 " - ' - " ' ' ' " ' ^
TERM: 4 YEARS 0 WEEKS
OPTION: 3 TITLE: US ARMY TRAINING OF
CHOICE
ASSOC. OPTION: 174 TITLE: US ARMY CASH BONUS, 4 YR ENL
.^.-ric US ARMY SEASONAL BONUS (HIGH
ASSOC. OPTION: 270 TITLE: ppj i ^pj ,.^ SEAT). I-IIIA
TOTAL BONUS AMOUNT: 24000
FIRST UNIT OF ASSIGNMENT: UNCM
EXPECTED ARRIVAL DATE:
DEP SWEAR-IN DATE:
REPORT TO THE MEPS FOR TRANSPORTATION TO YOUR TRAINING LOCATION ON 20071002.
WHILE SPECIFIC TRAINING LOCATIONS ARE NOT GUARANTEED. YOU ARE TENTATIVELY SCHEDULED TO RECEIVE THE
FOLLOWING TRAINING:
TYPE LOCATION START DATE LENGTH WKS LENGTH DAYS
BT LWOOD 20071026 12 0
,^ ,AIT , HUACHUCA 20080122 -.16 , „ . ,. . 3
r TOTAL TRAINING LENGTH is 28 WEEKS AND 3 DAYS. ; . ' ; : , -
' • IN ORDER FOR YOUR RESERVATION TO REMAIN VALID. YOU MUST REMAIN MORALLY AND PHYSICALLY QUALIFIED FOR ENLISTMENT.
- PLEASE REPORT ANY CHANGES THAT AFFECT YOUR STATUS TO YOUR RECRUITER IMMEDIATELY. ^ ^ :f •/
PERMANENT RESERVATION DATE; 20070926 '
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Name: MANNING BRADLEY EDWARD Applicant SSN: XXXX
MEPS: A02
Applicant Information
Address: City: POTOMAC State: MD
Phone: DOB: 19871217 Gender: M Race: C
Citizenship Status: C A PERSON WHO IS A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES BY BIRTH OR NATURALIZATION
Ethnic Code: Y NONE Child Dependents: 0 Adult Dependents:
Driver's License Expiration: 20090215 Math: 4 GENERAL MATH Science: 4 GENERAL SCIENCE
Report Date: 20070926
Zip: 208540000 Country: US
Citizenship: A NATIVE BORN
Education Years: 12
Typing Certificate:
Physical Profile: 111121
Status Obligator:
Recruiting Program(s):
Advanced Rank Reason:
Physical Examination Date:
20070831
Additional Physical Examination
Date:
Education Code: L HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
Typing Words Per iMinute: Grade: 1
Color Vision Test: N NORMAL COLOR VISION
BT Completion Indicator: N STARR: N
ASVAB Scores:
Predicted ASVAB Scores: GT:
ASVAB Administration Date:
Miscellaneous Scores:
AFQT Score: 89 Predicted AFQT:
DLPT Score: Reading
Language Method Score Level
Physical Examination Type: EN ENLISTMENT
Additional Physical Examination Type:
GT: 123 GM: 128 EL: 127 CL: 126 MM: 121
GM: EL: CL: MM:
Language Scores:
Height: 62.0
MPC: E
APFT Date:
Weight: 101.0
DOS:0
Source of Commission:
APFT Result:
SC: 128
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Enlistment Category and Reservation Information
Enlistment Category: NPS
Term: 48
RECSTA Location: LWOOD
BAT Start Date:
Status: R
Enlist Date: 20071002
RECSTA Date: 20071022
Training Location: HUACHUCA
DEP Verification Date:
Pre-Training Date:
Training Type: S
Assignment Arrival Date:
PaYS Position ID:
Overrides
Policy Override: N
TOS Override: N
Remarks: gma WANTS 35f (me)
Incentive Information
Incentive: 174
Incentive: 270
Credit Information
Recruiter SSN: XXXXX
Reservation Type: E Training Type: S CAS: B
Perm. Reserv. Date: 20070926 ESL Weeks: 0
BT Location: LWOOD
Ship Verification Date:
Pre Training Location:
Enlist CMF: 35
Reno Quantity: 0
FSR2S Override: N
DEP Override: O
Ship Date: 20071002
Out Month: 20080516
Enlist Job: 35F1O00YY
Bat Required Override: N
Accession Override: O
ETS Date: 20111001
UlC:
Incentive Override: N
Amt: 4000
Amt: 20000
Recruiting Station ID: 1B1A OfRce Code: 1B02
Guidance Counselor SSN: XXXXX
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JOB QUALS INFORMATION FOR
NAME: MANNING BRADLEY EDWARD SSN: XXXXX JOB: 35F1O00YY INTELLIGENCE ANALYST
REMARKS: CRS LGTH 16WKS/3DS /ACASP. Intelligence analysts must possess the following qualifications: (1) A physical demands rating
of heavy. (2) A physical profile of 222221. (3) Normal color vision. (4) Qualifying scores, c) A minimum score of 101 in aptitude
area ST on ASVAB tests administered on and after 1 July 2004. (5) The Soldier must meet TS SCI access eligibility requirements
to be awarded this MOS. For training (if required) an interim TS with SCI access granted from the CCF meets this requirement.
(6) A high school graduate or equivalent prior to entry into active duty.
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NAME OF ENLISTEE/REENLISTEE (Last, Fin
MANNI NG BRADLEY EDWARD
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F. DISCHARGE FROM DELAYED ENTRY/ENLISTMENT PROGRAM
20a. I request to be discharged from the Delayed Entry/Enlistment Program (DEP) and enlisted in the Regular Component of the
United States (list branch of service) ARMY for a period of ^ years and
0 weeks. No changes have been nnade t o my enl i stment opti ons OR if changes were made they are recorded on
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c. DATE SIGNED (YYYYMMDD)
20071002
G. APPROVAL AND ACCEPTANCE BY SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE
21. SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE CERTIFICATION
a. This enlistee is discharged from the Reserve Component shown in item 8 and is accepted for enlistment in the Regular
Component of the United States (list branch of service) ARMY In pay grade E ^
b. NAME (Last, First, Middle)
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c. PAY GRADE
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d. UNIT/COMMAND NAME
USA RECRUI TI NG BAT T AL I ON
e/ SI GNATl pE f. DATE SIGNED
(YYYYMMDD)
20071002
g. UNIT/COMMAND ADDRESS (City, State, ZIP Code!
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H. CONFI RMATI ON OF ENLI STMENT OR REENLISTMENT
22a. IN A REGULAR COMPONENT OF THE ARMED FORCES:
BRADLEY EDWARD MANNING
do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend
the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the
same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me,
according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.
c. DATE SIGNED (YYYYMMDD)
20071002
23. {Eftl kl ^MENT OFFICER CERTIFICA1
a. The above oath was administered, subscribed, and duly sworn to (or affirmed) before me this date.
b. NAME (Last, First, Middle)
T H O M A S , MI CHAEL D
c. PAY GRADE
0-4
d. UNIT/COMMAND NAME
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f. DATE SIGNED
(YYYYMMDD)
20071002
g. UNIT/COMMAND ADDRESS (City, State, ZIP Code!
FORT GEORGE G MEADE
MD 20755-2995
(Initials of Enlistee/Reenlistee)/^
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A. SERVICE
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• YES \ x \ NO
NUMBER OF DAYS:
C. SELECTIVE SERVICE CLASSIFICATION
NONE
D. SELECTIVE SERVICE REGISTRATION NO.
NONE
SECTION I - PERSONAL DATA
1. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 2. NAME (Lasf, firsf. Middle Name (and Maiden, if any), Jr., Sr., etc.)
| - | - | iBracjley Edward Manning; AKA Manning, Bradley Ecjward
3. C U R R E N T A D D R E S S
(Street. City. County.
State. Country. ZIP Code)
1492 Sel worthy Road, Pot omac, fvlONTGOIVIERY, MD, 20854
USA
4. H O M E OF RECORD A D D R E S S
CStreef, City. County. State.
Count ry. ZI P Code)
1492 Sel wort hy Road, Potomac, MONTGOI vl ERY, MD, 20854 USA
CITIZENSHIP fXone)
a. U.S. AT BI RTH (If this box i s mar ked, al so X (1) or (2))
X (1) NATI VE BORN (2) BORN ABROAD OF U.S
b. U.S. NATURALI ZED
c. U.S. NON-CI TI ZEN
NATI ONAL
PARENT( S)
ALI EN REGI STRATI ON NUIUIBER
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d. IMMIGRANT ALIEN (Specify)
e. NON-IMMIGF»VNT FOREIGN NATIONAL (Specify)
6. SEX (Xone)
a. MALE
b. FEMALE
7.a. RACIAL CATEGORY (Xone or more)
(1) AMERICAN INDIAN/
ALASKA NATIVE
(2) ASIAN
(3) BLACK OR AFRICAN
AMERICAN
(4) NATIVE HAWAIIAN
OR OTHER PACIFIC
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(5) WHITE
8. MARITAL STATUS (Specify)
NEVER MARRIED
7.b. ETHNIC
CATEGORY
(1) HISPANIC OR
LATINO
(2) NOT HISPANIC
OR LATINO
9. NUMBER OF DEPENDENTS
0
10. DATE OF BIRTH
(YYYYMMDD)
1 I 9 I 8 I 7 I 1 I 2 I 1 I 7
11. RELIGIOUS
PREFERENCE
(Optional)
ROMAN CTHOLC
12. EDUCATION
(Yrs/Hi ghest Ed
Gr Compl et ed)
1 2 / L
13. PROFICIENT IN FOREIGN
LANGUAGE (If Yes. specify.
If No. enter NONE.)
NONE
1st
Y I Y
2nd
14. VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE (Xone) 0 YES • NO
(If Yes, list State, number, and expiration date)
MD, M552098189857, 2009/02/15
15. PLACE OF BIRTH (City, State and Country) ,
Oklahoma City, OK USA
SECTION II - EXAMINATION AND ENTRANCE DATA PROCESSING CODES
(FOR OFFICE USE ONLY - DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SECTION - Go on to Page 2, (Question 20.)
16. APTITUDE TEST RESULTS
a. TEST ID b. TEST SCORES
AFQT
GS AR WK PC MK El As MC 1 AO VE
0| 2 1 E 2007/08/30
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8 1 9 6 1 9 6 1 2 6 1 2 5| 3 6 1 3 7 0 4 1 8 6 1 6 1 5 1 2 5 1 9 1
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a. DATE OF ENLISTMENT - DEP
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b. PROJ ACTIVE DUTY DATE
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2. Type or print LEGIBLY all answers. If the answer is "None" or "Not Applicable," so state. "Optional"
questions may be left blank.
3. Unless otherwise specified, write all dates as 8 digits (with no spaces or marks) in YYYYMMDD
fashion. June 1, 2005 is written 20050601.
DD FORM 1 9 6 6 / 1 , MAR 2007 Back of Page 1
20. NAME (LasL First, Middle initial) SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER

SECTION III - OTHER PERSONAL DATA
22. EDUCATION
a. List ali high schools and colleges attended. (List dates in YYYYMM format.) (5) GF(ADUATE
(1)FR0M (2) TO (3) NAME OF SCHOOL (4) LOCATION YES NO
200109 200506 Tasker Milward VC Portfield Ave Haverford Wales, U KINGDOM X
200701 200705 MONTGOMERY COLLEGE OF ROCKVILLE 51 Mannakee St Rockville, MD X
b. Have you ever been enrolled in ROTC, Junior ROTC, Sea Cadet Program or Civil Air Patrol?
YES NO
b. Have you ever been enrolled in ROTC, Junior ROTC, Sea Cadet Program or Civil Air Patrol?
x
23. MARITAUDEPENDENCY STATUS AND FAMILY DATA
(If "Yes."explain in Section VI. "Remarks.")
a. Is anyone dependent upon you for support?
X
b. Is there any court order or judgment in effect that directs you to provide alimony or support for children?
X
c. Do vou have an immediate relative (father, mother, brother, or sister) who: (1) is now a orisoner of war or is missina
in action (MIA); or (2) died or became 100% permanently disabled while serving in the Armed Services?
X
d. Are you the only living child in your immediate family?
X
24. PREVIOUS MILITARY SERVICE OR EMPLOYMENT WITH THE U.S. GOVERNMENT
(If "Yes."explain in Section VI. "Remarks.")
a. Are you now or have you ever been in any regular or reserve branch of the Armed Forces or in the Army National Guard
or Air National Guard?
X
b. Have you ever been rejected for enlistment, reenlistment, or induction by any branch of the Armed Forces of the United
States?
X
c. Are you now or have you ever been a deserter from any branch of the Armed Forces of the United States?
X
d. Have you ever been employed by the United States Government?
X
e. Are you now drawing, or do you have an application pending, or approval for: retired pay, disability allowance, severance
pay, or a pension from any agency of the government of the United States?
X
25. ABILITY TO PERFORM MILITARY DUTIES
(If "Yes," explain in Section VI. "Remarks ")
a. Are you now or have you ever been a conscientious objector? (That is, do you have, or have you ever had, a firm, fixed,
and sincere objection to participation in war in any form or to the bearing of arms because of religious belief or training?)
X
b. Have you ever been discharged by any branch of the Armed Forces of the United States for reasons pertaining to being a
conscientious objector?
X
c. Is there anything which would preclude you from performing military duties or participating in military activities whenever
necessary (i.e., do you have any personal restrictions or religious practices wliich would restrict your availability)?
X
26. DRUG USE AND ABUSE (If "Yes,"explain in SecUon VI, "Remarks.")
Have you ever tried, used, sold, supplied, or possessed any narcotic (to include heroin or cocaine), depressant (to include
quaaludes), stimulant, hallucinogen (to include LSD or PCP), or cannabis (to include marijuana or hashish), or any
mind-altering substance (to include glue or paint), or anabolic steroid, except as prescribed by a licenced physician?
X
DD FORM 1966/2, MAR 2007
Page 2
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
^7.NAME(LasL Firsf Middle initial)
Bradley Edward Manning
m
28. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER

SECTION IV - CERTIFICATION
29. CERTIFICATION OF APPLICANT (Your signature in this block must be witnessed by your recruiter.)
a. I certify that the information given by me in this document is true, complete, and correct to the best of my
knowledge and belief. I understand that I am being accepted for enlistment based on the information
provided by me in this document; that if any ofthe information is knowingly false or incorrect, I could be
tried in a civilian or military court and could receive a less than honorable discharge which could affect my
future employment opportunities.
b. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME ^Lasl, First, Middle Initial)
Bradley Edward Manning
c. SIGNATURE
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d. DATE SIGNED (YYYYMMDD)
20070926
30. DATA VERIFICATION BY RECRUITER (Enter description of the actual documents used to verify the following items.)
a. NAME rXone) b. AGE (X one) c. CITIZENSHIP (X one)
(1) BIRTH CERTIFICATE
(2) OTHER (Explain)
(1) BIRTH CERTIFICATE
(2) OTHER (Explain)
(1) BIRTH CERTIFICATE
(2) OTHER (Explain)
d. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER (SSN) (Xone) e. EDUCATION /X one)
f. OTHER DOCUMENTS USED
(1)SSN CARD
(2) OTHER (Explain)
(1) DIPLOMA
(2) OTHER (Explain)
31. CERTIFICATION OF WITNESS
a. I certify that I have witnessed the applicant's signature above and that I have verified the data in the documents required as prescribed by my
directives. I further certify that I have not made any promises or guarantees other than those listed and signed by me. I understand my liability to trial
by courts-martial under the Uniform Code of Military Justice should I effect or cause to be effected the enlistment of anyone known by me to be
ineligible for enlistment
b. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME (Last, First,
Middleinitial)
Jones, Mark A
c. PAY
GRADE
d. RECRUITER I D.
1BA024794
e. SIGNATURE
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f. DATE SIGNED
(YYYYMMDD)
20070926
32. SPECIFIC OPTION/PROGRAM EN LIS .TED FOR, M ILITARY SKILL, OR AS SIGNMENT TO A GEOGRAPHICAL AREA Gl JARANTEES
a. SPECIFIC OPTION/PROGRAM ENLISTED FOR (Completed by Guidance Counselor, MEPS Liaison NCO, etc., as specified by sponsoring service.) \*'
(Use clear text English.)
IAW AR601-210, Chapter 9, table 9-1 Program 9A United States ARMY Training Enlistment Program,, Req. OPT 03AND 90 United States ARMY
Incentive Enlistment ProgramReq. OPT 174, 270, MOS 35F1O00YY 4 years 0 weeks UNCM
b. 1 fully understand that i will not be guaranteed any specific military skill or assignment to a geographic area except
as shown in Item 32.a. above and annexes attached to my Enlistment/Reenlistment Document (DD Fomi 4).
c. APPLICANTS
INITIALS
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33. CERTIFICATION OF RECRUITER OR ACCEPTOR
a. I certify that I have reviewed all information contained in this document and, to the best of my judgment and belief the applicant fulfills ali legal
policy requirements for enlistment I accept him/her for enlistment on behalf of the United States (Enter Branch of Service)
Army and certify that I have not made any promises or guarantees other than those listed in item 32.a.
above. I further certify that service regulations governing such enlistments have been strictly complied with and any waivers required to effect
applicant's enlistment have been secured and are attached to this document.
b. TYPED OR PRINTED NAME (Last. First.
Middleinitial)
Jones, Mark A
c. PAY
GRADE
d. RECRUITER ID OR
ORGANIZATION
1BA024794
e. SIGNATURE f. DATE SIGNED
(YYYYMMDD)
20070926
SECTION V - RECERTIFICATION
34. RECERTIFICATION BY APPLICANT AND CORRECTION OF DATA AT THE TIME OF ACTIVE DUTY ENTRY
a. I have reviewed all information contained in this document this date. That information is still correct and true to the best of my knowledge and
belief If changes were required, the original entry has been marked "See Item 34" and the correct information is provided below.
b. ITEM NUMBER c. CHANGE REQUIRED
NAME changed from Bradley Edward Manning; AKA Manning, Bradley Edward to Bradley Edward Manning; Manning, Bradley Edward
d. APPLICANT e. WITNESS
(1) SIGNAXIJRE (2) DATE
SIGNED
(YYYYMMDD)
20071002
(1) TYPED OR PRINTED NAME
(Last. First. Middleinitial)
Jones, Mark A
(2) RANK/
GRADE
131 SIGNATURE-
DD FORM 1966/2, MAR 2007
Page 3
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
35. NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
Bradley Edward Manning
36. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER

SECTION VI - REMARKS
(Specify item(s) being continued by item number Continue on separate pages if necessary.)
26. Have you ever used marijuana? N
Statement Remarks:
per conversation with Mr. Driver this is a good education evaluation, and that is one of DOD
recommended evaluation services.
DD FORM 1966/5 YES
ATTACHED? (X one) NO
SECTION VII - STATEMENT OF NAME FOR OFFICIAL MILITARY RECORDS
37. NAME CHANGE.
If the preferred enlistment name (name given in Item 2) is not the same as on your birth certificate, and it has not been changed by legal procedure
prescribed by state law, and it is the same as on your social security number card, complete the following:
a. NAME AS SHOWN ON BIRTH CERTIFICATE
Bradley Edward Manning
t). NAME AS SHOWN ON SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER CARD
Bradley Edward Manning
c. 1 hereby state that 1 have not changed my name through any court or ott
Bradley Edward Manning by v
er legal procedure; that 1 prefer to use the name of
vhich 1 am known in the community as a matter of convenience
person whose name is shown in Item 2. and with no criminal intent 1 further state that 1 am the same person as the
er legal procedure; that 1 prefer to use the name of
vhich 1 am known in the community as a matter of convenience
person whose name is shown in Item 2.
d. APPLICANT
(1) SIGNATURE
(2) DATE SIGNED (YYYYMMDD)
e. WITNESS
(1) TYPED OR PRINTED NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
BOYLE, MICHAEL L
(2) PAY GRADE
EOS
(3) SIGNATURE
DD FORM 1966/4, MAR 2007
Page 4
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
38. NAME ( Lasf Fi rsf Mi ddl e initial)
Bradley Edward Manning
39. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER

USE THIS DD FORM 1966 PAGE ONLY IF EITHER SECTION APPLIES TO THE APPLICANT'S RECORD OF MILITARY PROCESSING.
SECTION VIII - PARENTAL/GUARDIAN CONSENT FOR ENLISTMENT
40. PARENT/GUARDIAN STATEMENT(S) (Line out portions not applicable)
a. I/we certify that (Entername of applicant) Bradley Edward Manning
has no other legal guardian other than me/us and I/we consent to his/her enlistment in the United States
(Enter Branch of Service)
REGULAR ARMY
I/we acknowledge/understand that he/she may be required upon order to serve in combat or other hazardous
situations. I/we certify that no promises of any kind have been made to me/us concerning assignment to duty, training,
or promotion during his/her enlistment as an inducement to me/us to sign this consent. I/we hereby authorize the Armed
Forces representatives concerned to perform medical examinations, other examinations required, and to conduct
records checks to determine his/her eligibility. I/we relinquish all claim to his/her service and to any wage or
compensation for such service. I/we authorize him/her to be transported unsupervised to/from the Military Entrance
Processing Station via public conveyance and to stay unsupervised at a government contracted hotel facility.
b. FOR ENLISTMENT IN A RESERVE COMPONENT. ^ i : ,
I/we understand that, as a member of a reserve component, he/she must serve minimum periods of active duty for
training unless excused by competent authority. In the event he/she fails to fulfill the obligations of his/her reserve
enlistment, he/she may be recalled to active duty as prescribed by law. I/we further understand that while he/she is in
the ready reserve, he/she may be ordered to extended active duty in time of war or national emergency declared by the
Congress or the President or when otherwise authorized by law, and may be required upon order to serve in combat or
other hazardous situations.
c. PARENT
(1) TYPED OR PRINTED NAME (Last, Fi rsf Middle Initial) (2) SIGNATURE
(3) DATE SIGNED
(YYYYMMDD)
d. WITNESS
(1) TYPED OR PRINTED NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial) (2) SIGNATURE
(3) DATE SIGNED
(YYYYMMDD)
e. PARENT
(1) TYPED OR PRINTED NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial) (2) SIGNATURE
(3) DATE SIGNED
(YYYYMMDD)
f. WITNESS
(1) TYPED OR PRINTED NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial) (2) SI GNATURE
(3) DATE SIGNED
(•YYYYMMDD;
41. VERIFICATION OF SINGLE SIGNATURE CONSENT
DD FORM 1966/5, MAR 2007
Page 5
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
42 NAME (Lasf First, Middle initial)
Bradley Edward Manning
43. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER

SECTION VI - REMARKS CONTINUATION
(Specify item(s) being continued by item number Continue on separate pages if necessary.)
DD FORM 1966/6, MAR 2007
Page 6
(b) (6), (b)
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Subject: SpanTran / ARMY Foreign Credential Evaluations - $50
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SPECIAL PURPOSE LETTER
Date: 8/29/2007
SGT Michael Boyle
U.S. Arnny Rockville Recruiting Station
611 Rockville Pike Suite 140
Rockville, MD 20852
Name on Application:
Name on Documentation:
SpanTran Number:
Social Security No.:
Date of Birth:
Country of Birth
Document Status:
Manning, Bradley E
Manning, Bradley E
0708-70435
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12/17/1987
USA
Unattested
Documentation: Certificate, 06-2004, General Certificate of Secondary Education issued by Assessment and
Qualifications Alliance; and General Certificate of Secondary Education, 2004 Summer Examination, issued by the
Welsh Joint Education Committee
Said documents indicate the following U.S. educational equivalencies:
Yes Diploma of high-school graduation.
N/A Completion of less than two years of tertiary transfer credit.
N/A Completion of two or more years of tertiary transfer credit.
N/A Associate degree.
N/A Completion of four or more years of tertiary transfer credit.
N/A Bachelor's degree or higher.
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SpanTran Educational Services, Inc.
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Director General
on behalf of the Assessment and Qualifications Alliance
Qualifications and
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THE UNITED STATES ARMY' iRUITING COMMAND FUTURE SOLDI
(For use of this form see USAREC Reg 601-95)
# RE-EXECUTION CHECKLIST
1. NAME;
Manning, Bradley E
2 SSN:

3. MOS AND OPTION:
35F
4. SHIP DATE:
20071002
5. RECRUITER OR SC:
SGT BOYLE, MICHAEL L JR
6. RSID;
IBIA
SECTION I - MANDATORY SHIP ITEMS AND/OR TASKS
RECRUITER OR SC
INITIALS AND DATE
FUTURE SOLDIER
INITIALS AND DATE
ITEM OR TASK
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SF 1199A (Direct Deposit Sign-Up Form) (must have ATM card or checkbook to access account)
/^2,»t>70^-l\
Establish AKO account {Future Soldier will maintain password)
Username: Gf &^ l c y , A f P Af Myf c>^. ' .
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jUSAREC Form 1134 (United States Army Future Soldier Training Program ID Card) (AKO
username and password affixed to back of card)
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Pass physical fitness assessment
Push-ups Repetitions: / ^
Sit-ups Repetitions: Z |
Run Time: 7 ' 0 < /
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Go No-Go
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.Register for SMART (www.futuresoldiers.com/html/referrals.isp)
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Future Soldier has all items on packing list (no more, no less)
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Current and valid Driver's License: H 6 6^ ' ^ 1^7 Expiration Date: ^1 I^JT-OO ^
DA Form 5500-R (Body Fat Content Worksheet (Male)) or DA Form 5501-R (Body Fat Content
Worksheet (Female)) (if applicable)
Regular Army and Reserve Components Referral (see sec III) (if applicable)
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Transportation to MEPS verified
Marriage license (if applicable)
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Birth certificates (if applicable)
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Diploma (if applicable)
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other documents, including MOS specific (if applicable)
other documents, including MOS specific (if applicable)
NOTES:
FUTURE SOLDIER SIGNA XJWffE:
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DATE:
I have reviewed the above Fiituiei^^^iaf'S'qualifications and herebyizGnfimiand verify the readiness of this Future Soldier for initial entry training.
All mandatory documents are p»«6nt and have been viewed by myself. All mandatory tasks have been completed.
RECRUITER OR STATION COMMANDER TYPED NA^EAND SI G#TURE
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USAREC Form 1137, Rev 1 May 2007 VhiSffe^M INCORPORATES USAREC FORM 512 WHICH IS OBSOLETE
DATE:
V7.00
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
SHORT- TERM TASKS:
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ECTION II - PRE-BASIC TRAINING TASK LISTi . I SI gk
" GO^RN NO-GO AND DATE OF COMPLETION
MAKE REFERRAL (not required task, recommended) (referral entered into sec III)
MI LI TARY TI ME
DRI LL AND CEREMONI ES
Execute the position of attenti on
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Execute the hand sal ute; know who and when to salute
Execute rest positions
ARMY PHYSICAL FITNESS TEST (APFT) (Applicant must achieve 60 points each event and all APFT events must
Events must be performed to standards outlined in FM 21-20, Physical Fitness Training.)
be completed same day.
Push-ups Repeti ti ons: Points:
Sit-ups Repeti ti ons: Points;
2-mile run Ti me; Points:
REFERRAL ENLI STMENT
Referral enlists (not required task, recommended) (complete referral's information in sec III) I
* SCORE SOLD/ER A GO IF HE OR SHE PERFORMS THE TASK SUCCESSFULLY (SUSTAINMENT TimiNING IS REQUIRED DURING ALL SUCCEEDING MONTHS).
* SCORE SOLBIER A NO-GO IF HE OR SHE FAILS ONE OR MORE AREAS AND WHEN THE INSTRUCTOR IS UNABLE TO CORRECT THE DEFICIENCY ON THE
SPOT (RETRAINING REQUIRED AT NEXT MILITARY FORMATION)
* GO REQUIRED WITH DATE ON ALL TASKS EXCLUDING REFERRAL TASKS FOR SECTION II TO BE COMPLETE.
STATI ON COMMANDER' S TYPED NAME AND SI GNATURE; DATE;
NOTE
C GC MMA N D I N G OFFI CER' S TYPED NAME AND SI GNATURE; DATE;
USAREC Form 1137, Rev 1 May 2007 Page 2 of 3
SECTION limmCTIVE ARMY AND RESERVE COMPONENTS R U B R A L SHEET
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: Collection ofthe information requested and recorded on USAREC Form 1137, section III, is authorized by Title 10, USC, Section 513,
3013(g)(3).
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To provide such data as is required by a U S Army recruiter and/or guidance counselor to contact, process, and enlist
prospects for Army service
ROUTINE USES:
a. Used by the recruiter to make contact with a prospective applicant for enlistment.
b. Used by the guidance counselor, personnel officer, or administrative supply technician to verify that an applicant has enlisted in the FSTP, RA,
ARNG, orAR.
c. Used by recruiting personnel to monitor the Regular Army and Reserve Components Referral Program and to formulate market data to
determine recruiting trends.
EFFECT OF NOT PROVIDING INFORMATION: The disclosure ofthe information requested is entirely voluntary. Failure to provide this information,
however, may result in denial of referral credit to applicant or enlistee making the referral.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: Before collecting the information requested in Part II from prospective applicants for enlistment to give to your recruiter
for referral, you must inform the prospective applicants of the uses for the information and the effect of not providing information as discussed in the
Privacy Act Statement above.
PART I: FUTURE SOLDIER INFORMATION
NAME:
Manning, Bradley E
SSN;

SHIP DATE;
20070918
PART II: REFERRAL INFORMATION
NAME; SSN; TELEPHONE: SIGNATURE OF REFERRAL: ENLIST DATE AND BRANCH:
(completed by guidance counselor)
CERTIFICATION of recruiter; I certify that the persons identified in part II above are bona fide referrals ofthe person identified in part I above, and that
the referrals have been placed in the ARS-SMART database.
Printed name, rank, SSN Signature and Date
PART III: ARNG ENLISTMENT ONLY. To be completed by the personnel officer or the administrative supply technician of the ARNG unit for which
enlisted and returned to the U.S. Army recruiter identified in part II above.
Date referral enlisted in the ARNG;
(ddmmmyyyy)
ARNG unit of assignment and telephone number;
CERTIFICATION: I certify that the person identified in part II enlisted in the ARNG unit identified above.
Printed name, rank/grade, SSN Signature and Date
PART IV: REFERRAL ENLISTMENT CERTIFICATION. Upon referral enlistment, guidance counselor will validate referral qualifications and update
Part II of this form with enlistment date and branch of service in which the referral enlisted. A ship date certification will be made by the ship counselor
and signed in the block below.
CERTIFICATION of guidance counselor: I certify that the persons identified in part II above are bona fide referrals of the person identified in part I
above.
Printed name, rank/grade, SSN Signature and Date
USAREC Form 1137, Rev 1 May 2007 Page 3 of 3
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
USMEPCOM ACCESSI ON VERIFICATION PACKET
R E G l ^ R ARMY/ LEFT SIDE
(For use, see USMEPCOM Reg 601-23)
FOR OFFI CI AL USE ONLY
Page 1 of 2 Pages
SUB-PACKET NUMBER
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DOCUMENTS
Ordei g^af f d any amendment s
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Form 2808 (Report of Medi cal Exami nati on) wi t h wai ver document s, if appl i cabl e,
and all Medi cal support i ng document s from consul t s etc..
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D Form 214 (Certi fi cate of Rel ease or Di scharge from Acti ve Duty), or NGB Form
22 (Report of Separ at i on) , DD For m 215, (Correcti on to DD Form 214) and/ or DD
Form 220 (AD Rpt ), REDD Report , di scharge certi fi cate or si mi l ar document ) **
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F 119aA (Di rect Deposi t Program Form)
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NOTE: Pl ace a check mark In the bl ock t o the left of the documents f or document s that are required and Incl uded.
Pl ace an " NA" in the bl ock to the left of the documents for documents t hat are not requi red.
Place an " NP" In the bl ock to the l eft of the documents for documents t hat are not provi ded.
The I ncl usi on/ Sequence of Checkl i st Ver i f i ed By
lajna ffp/xjr
Printed Name of USMEPCOM Rep
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
REGULAR ARMY ADDRESSES AND NOTES
TABLE 8-1
Page 2 of 2 Pages
PACKET NUMBER
1 AG Battalion (Reception)/First Duty Station '. •'
2 Enlistee (Applicants will receive their documents before they depart the MEPS)
NOTE: MIRS produced forms will be on plain white bond paper via laser printer. Reproduction of MIRS laser printed forms will
not be used as an original. Follow DD Form 4 copy guidance in Chapter 5.
LEGEND
** denotes a document that is distributed "if applicable" . f '
O denotes an original, "cy" denotes a copy,
O/cy means that an original and copy can be included in the packet
2cy denotes 2 copies
cy2 denotes copy 2 •
NA means that distribution is not required > ,
NOTES:
1. ** if applicable. " ' ' ' ' ., • t: •
2. Shipping of applicants will not be delayed due to non-receipt of Service unique forms and/or documents.
3. USMEPCOM Form 601-23-5-R-E is not required for reservists or National Guard. - . ' ' ' ' -
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ . ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 ^ . ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
REGULAR ARMY ADDRESSES AND NOTES
TABLE 8-1
Page 2 of 2 Pages
PACKET NUMBER
1, AG Battalion (Reception) /First Duty Station •
2 Enlistee (Applicants will receive their documents before they depart the MEPS)
NOTE: MIRS produced forms will beion plain white bond paper via laser printer. Reproduction of MIRS laser printed forms will
not be used as an original'. Follow DD Form 4 copy guidance in Chapter 5.
LEGEND
** denotes a document that is distributed "if applicable" .
O denotes an original, "cy" denotes a Copy,
O/cy means that an original and copy can be iricluded in the packet
2cy denotes 2 copies
cy2 denotes copy 2
NA means that distribution is not required
NOTES:
1. ** if applicable. , i
2. Shipping of applicants will not be delayed due to non-receipt of Service unique forms and/or documents.
3. USMEPCOM Form 601-23-5-R-E is not required for reservists or National Guard.
STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING
PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES BETWEEN RECRUITING PERSONNEL AND
FUTURE SOLDIER PROGRAM MEMBERS
(For use of this form see USAREC Reg 601-95)
1. I understand that the U.S. Army strictly prohibits any social activity of a personal, unofficial nature between U.S. Army
Recruiting Command personnel and members ofthe Future Soldier Program. Prohibited activities include:
a. Any type of romantic or sexual conduct.
b. Sharing of lodging.
c. Sharing of a personal vehicle.
d. Drinking of alcoholic beverages.
e. Personal employment, such as babysitting and maintenance work.
f. Exchange of money; to include loaning, giving, receiving, or borrowing.
g. Exchange of personal property; to include selling, purchasing, leasing, giving, receiving, loaning, and
borrowing.
2. I understand that Future Soldier Program functions are official in nature and are not considered personal, social
activity; therefore, the above rules still apply to those functions.
3. I understand that if 1 become aware of any recruiting personnel violating any of these rules, I will report it immediately
to the Battalion Executive Officer whose name and telephone number are:
MAJ Ramos-Rivera
Name Telephone Number
4. 1 understand that between recruiting personnel and Future Soldiers there will be no sex, no dating, no sleepovers, no
sharing of property, no drinking of alcohol, no financial deals, no improper touching, no profane language, no verbal
sexual suggestions, and no sexual harassment.
AUTHENTICATION
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d. TITLE
U.S. ARMY RECRUITER
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: TitiB 10 United States Code, Sections B04, SOS, 908, i nd 12102; E.O. 9397.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: To determine eligibility af a prospective enlixtee in the Armed Fofces of the United Statee.
ROUTINE USES: Information collected on thix form mey be released to lew enforcement agcrtclei engaged In Ae investigation or proeeeutien
of a criminal act or the enforcement or implementation of a statute, rule, reguledon or order; to any component of tha Department of Justice
for the purpose of representing the DoD.
DISCLOSURE: Voluntary; however, failure of the applicant to complete Section II may result in refusal of anlktment in the Armed Forces of
the United States.
The data ara for OFFICIAL USE ONLY and wilt be maintained end used in strict confidence in aocordance with Federal law and regulations.
Making a knowing and willful false statement on this DO Form 368 may be punishable by fine or imprisonment er both. All information pro-
vided by you, which possibly may reflect adversely on your past conduct and parformance, may have an adverse impact on you in your mill,
tary career In situations such ae oonalderation for special asaignment, security clearance*. Court martial and admintstfatlve proceedings, etc.
11. 1 HEREBY CONSENT TO RELEASE FROM YOUR FILES
THE I NFORMATI ON REOUESTED BELOW.
SECTION III • (To ba comfil*t»d by Polinf or Jyvenilv Agtncy}
SIGNATURE
The person described above, who claims to have resided at the addms shown above, has applied for enlistment In tha Armed Forces of the
United States. Please furnish from your files the information relativs to Section III below. A return envelope Is provided for your convenience
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OFFICE. THIS INFORMATION IS CONFIDENTIAL AND CANNOT BE USED IN ANY OTHER MANNER EXCEPT FOR OFFICIAL PURPOSES.
14. DATE fXyy/AWOO; I B. TI TLE
20061104 U.S. ARMY RECRUnHER
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MODIFIED AUTOMATED DA FORM 5286-R
INDIVIDUAL TRAINING RECORD FOR BASIC COMBA TRAINING
BASIC COMBAT TRAINING (BCT)/0NE STATION UNIT TRAINING (OSUT)/
ADVANCED INDIVIDUAL TRAINING (AIT)
NAME: (LAST, FIRST, Ml): PVT Bradley J. Manning SSN:
ORGANIZATION: C C O 2 - 1 0 I N INSTALLATION: Fort Leonard Wood, MO
NEW START:
UNIT DATE TRAINING WEEK REASON
CONSTRUCTIVE CREDIT GIVEN/DATE:
REASON:
POI SUBJECTS TRAINED / TESTED: BASIC COMBAT TRAINING
BCT / OSUT PHASE 1 - III REQUIREMENTS: DATE COMPLETED / SCORE
(1) Pass the APFT - 150 points minimum (50 per event)
RAW POINTS
Pushups:
Situps;
Run;
8 Mar 08
SEE PT CARD
SEE PT CARD
SEE PT CARD
GO
GO
GO
(2) Qualify w/ith individual weapon;
a. Convoy Live Fire
b. MDF 1/2/3
c. All BTT events to Include BTT 4
d. Arm 1-4
21 Feb 08
13 Mar 08
17 Mar 08
28 Feb 08
29 Feb 08
GO
GO
0 0
0 0
0 0
(3) Complete Obstacle and Confidence
a. Confidence Tower;
b. Confidence Obstacle
c. Conditioning Obstacle Course;
YES
30 Jan 08
1 Feb 08
20 Mar 08
GO
0 0
GO
GO
(4) Complete Bayonet Training; 25 Feb 08 0 0
(5) Complete Pugil Training 25 Feb 08 GO
(6) Complete Hand to Hand Training 21 Mar 08 GO
(7) Throw two live Hand Grenades: 27 Feb 08 GO
(8) Negotiate the Hand Grenade Qualification NA GO
(9) Complete the Protective Mask Confidence 8 Feb 08 GO
(10) Demonstrate understanding of and willingness to live the Army's seven core YES 0 0
(11) Demonstrate capability to operate effectively as a team YES 0 0
(12) Complete all required foot and tactical road 10K-17 Mar 08 GO
(13) Complete all required Tactical Field Training and
Field Training Exercises (FTX) FTX 1 FTX 2 FTX 3
(a) All STX Training 1-6
YES
FTX 3-14 Mar 08
14 Mar 08
GO
GO
GO
(14) Receive training to standard in all mandatory YES GO
INDIVIDUAL HAS SATISFACTORILY COMPLETEpJFHE-flEQUIRMENTS OF THE TRAINING
PROGRAM NOTED ABOVE( ^^ept noted on this form)
Signature of Training Officer /
Alexandre E. Wels, CPT CM c^t _^^==^^^\
Date
3 Apr 08
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
DATE; 2008/01/15 13:56:44
DODAAC: W58CEV
SSN/PID: NAME:
CENTRAL ISSUE FACILITY - EORTi-MoNARD WOOD
-tSENERiC WORKSHEET
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CIF CODE; NW4500
UIC;
B13907
B14729
P17415
P05813
T38070
YY1596
YY1597
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ST UN NOMENCLATURE
BAG BARRACKS: COTTON
BAG DUFFEL: NYLON DUG
PONCHO WET WEATHER: C
PARKA: W/ET WEATHER WO
TROUSERS; WET WEATHER
COATJSLISTTRNG
TROUSERS JSLIST
CANTEEN WATER; PLASTl
CANTEEN WATER; PLASTl
COVER WATER CANTEEN:
COVER WATER CANTEEN:
4 F54817 CUP WATER CANTEEN; ST
5 D64043 CASE FIELD FIRST AID
5 N39848 OVERSHOES BOOT COMBAT
6 G39744 GAITER; NECK POLYPROP
6 L70172 LINER COLD WEATHER CO
6 M52555 MITTEN INSERTS; WOOL/
6 M53240 MITTEN SHELLS: COTTON
6 S75621 SWEATER MAN'S: WOOL 0
7 B59567 BELT INDIVIDUAL EQUIP
7 H39835 FIELD PACK: COMBAT NY
7 ' V02073 VEST; INDIVIDUAL TACT
8 DA1599 COVER,HELMET,UNIVERSA
8 H53175 HELMET; ADVANCED COMB
9 H90705 FRAME FIELDPACK:W/S
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AU PCS
TRANS
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
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SIZE CIC
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CCB
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I ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF THE ITEMS LISTED HEREON. I AM AWARE OF MY RESPONSIBILITY TO MAINTAIN THESE ITEMS IN
SERVICEABLE CONDITION AND THAT I MAY BE HELD PECUNIARILY LIABLE FOR ANY ITEMS WHICH ARE LOST OR DAMAGED DUE TO
NEGLIGENCE OR MISCONDUCT
MY
SIGN/TTURE & DATEI
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MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD
Issued By
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Category R
Authorized By:
Approved By
Type Issue;
Personal In Nature
inpVIDUAL CLOTHING RECORD
DA FORM 3078 (IRM Control Panel Version)
Supply & Services I
PAR 4-2, AR 700-84/CTA 50-900
Denver Williams
For Official Use Only
CUP Fort Leonard Wood
Date Approved 03/04/2006
Roster Number: 021 010
Phone Number: 573-596-0286
Template: PHIAAFW
Qty Total Prior
PGC Size Item Description Authorized
Issued Cost Issues
Issue Date
00312 small
undershirt, ctn v/hite crewneck
2 2 $5.20 0 03/04/2008
01672 14 1/2
shirt, man's, quarter length sleeve
2 2 $25.80 0 03/04/2008
01724 7
beret, man's, black
a
2 $19.70 0 03/04/2008
01834 6c
gloves, men's and women's
1 1 $17.40 0 03/04/2008
01941 small
drawers, cold weather
1 1 $9.15 0 10/04/2007
01942 small
undershirt, cold weather
1 1 $8.95 0 10/04/2007
02111 38 xshort
coat, all-weather 1 1 $83.95 0 03/04/2008
02113 2
gloves, men's and women's
1 1 $15.35 0 10/04/2007
02120 15x32
shirt, man's 1 1 $16.50 0 03/04/2008
02195 30 regular
trousers, men's
2 2 $71.70 0 03/04/2008
02275 10-13/M
sock liner, poly/nylon, black
7 7 $6.65 0 10/04/2007
02276 small
drawers, cold weather
1 1 $10.00 0 10/04/2007
02277 small
undershirt, cold weather
1 1 $11.55 0 10/04/2007
02303 6EEE
shoes, men's
1 1 $36.65 0 03/04/2008
02406 headband new
headband, ground troops
1 1 $6.72 0 10/04/2007
02601 small
t-shirt, athlete's S/S 3 3 $18.60 0 10/03/2007
02603 small
t-shirt, athlete's US
2 2 $15.70 0 10/03/2007
02621 sm reg
jacket, pfu 1 1 $53.05 0 03/04/2008
02622 am short
pants, pfu
1 1 $28.15 0 03/04/2008
02624 small
sweat shirt
2 2 $13.50 0 10/03/2007
02625 small
sweat pants 2 2 $15.70 0 10/03/2007
02843 37 xshort
coat, man's
1 1 $95.25 0 03/04/2008
02882 medium
sock, boot green,medium
7 7 $15.75 0 10/04/2007
02926 7 wide
Boot, Combat, HW
1 1 $74.35 0 10/04/2007
02943 7 1/2 wide
Boot, Combat, Temp 1 1 $100.70 0 10/04/2007
02978 xsmall short
trousers, acu
4 4 $142.80 0 10/04/2007
02979 xsmall xshort
coat,acu
4 4 $147.20 0 10/04/2007
02980 7 1/8
cap, patrol, army acu
a
2 $13.60 0 10/04/2007
02982 small
t-shirt, athlete's, sand
7 7 $31.15 0 10/04/2007
02984 xsht short
pad elbow 1 1 $1.40 0 10/04/2007
02985 xsht short
pad knee
1 1 $1.05 0 10/04/2007
02989 SXS
Coat, CW ACU 1 1 $65.40 0 10/04/2007
03041 40
belt, riggers, sand
1 1 $3.15 0 10/04/2007
03044 28
drawers, men's sand
7 7 $12.95 0 10/04/2007
03098 S/2
glove inserts, cold
a
2 $3.20 0 10/04/2007
03140 medium
trunks, general purp 3
3 $31.50 0 10/03/2007
10096 necktie
necktie 1 1 $4.40 0 03/04/2008
10308 bag barracks
bag, barracks
1 1 $8.84 0 10/03/2007
17241 tag cover ID
cover, id, personnel 1
1 $0.22 0 10/04/2007
17264 necklace
necklace. Id personnel
1 1 $0.50 0 10/04/2007
17632 bag duffel
bag, duffel 1
1 $18.00 0 10/04/2007
17668 towel bath
towel, bath
4 4 $10.00 0 10/03/2007
26095 buckle clip
buckle, clip, end str 1 1 $4.55 0 03/04/2008
27783 belt trouser
belt, trousers, bik gold clip
1 1 $2.25 0 03/04/2008
28091 b.o.s collar
insignia, BofS
2
a
$1.94 0 03/04/2008
29294 one size
cap, synthetic, green
1 1 $4.55 0 10/03/2007
93664 flag velcro
flag velcro Insignia
3 3 $1.65 0 10/04/2007
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(7)(C)
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Category
MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD
Issued By
El Authorized By
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Type Issue: 1 & 2
Template: PHIAAFW
PGC Size
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PAR4-:
CUP Fort Leonard Wood
& Sen/ices I
2, AR 700-84/CTA 50-900
Denver Williams
Item Description
Date Approved;
Roster Number:
Phone Number
Authorized
Qty
Issued
03/04/200£
C21 010

Total
Cost
Prior
Issues
Issue Date
PGC Size
Items Due Out t o Member
Item Description Qty Due Cost
SOLDIER RESPONSIBILITIES
A. You will have in your possession, in a serviceable condition, at all times the items and quantities of
Clothing indicated in the issue columns of this form. Safeguard your uniforms at all times.
B. Retain a copy of this form, you must show proof of nonreceipt for items not issued to you, during
initial processing in order to receive these items at a later date.
EXCHANGES / ALTERATI ONS OF MISFIT CLOTHI NG
A. Exchanges or alterations of misfit clothing, after initial issue, must be made within 6 months of date of issue.
Misfit footwear must be exchanged with 90 days of issue.
B. You are discouraged from making unauthorized alterations to these uniforms. Garments that have
undergone unauthorized alterations will be replaced at your expense.
STATEMENT
I acknowledge that I have received the articles herein, in the quantities indicated, that they are for my own
personal use and I will not dispose of them by sale, gift, loan, trade or pledge to unauthorized personnel.
TOTAL VALUE OF ITEMS
ISSUED TO SOLDIER
Organizational 22.32
Individual 1,264.00
TOTAL 1,286.32
SIGNATURE OF MEMBER DATE
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
3?r^
PERSONNEL INFORMATION SHEET
(Please Print Clearly)
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974: AUTHORITY: Section3013, Title 10, use. PURPOSE: Permanent historical document pertaining to the individual shown thereon during the
period of assignment/attachment to this unit. ROUTINE USES: This form provides the unit clerk wi th personal information which, in conjuction with appropriate source documents, enable the
unit clerk to prepare any personnel action on your behalf. COMPLETING THIS FORM IS VOLUNTARY, FAILURE TO DISCLOSE THIS INFORMATION WILL RESULT IN NO DESCIPUNARY
ACTION.
NAME (Last, First, Mi ddl e)
/V\Wl^(o,S(iM)La€pwAH)
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DRIVERS LICENSE?gWs DNO
(If yes, which stiterf
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COMPONEN^r
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DATE OF ENLISTMENT
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NUMBER YEARS
4
ETS DATE
X OcX ^off
PLACE OF ENTRY ON ACTI VE DUTY
(Ci ty, St at e)
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DATE OF ENTRY ON ACTI VE DUTY
0. OCT a o o ^
PRIOR SERVICE
(Years)
LAST UNIT
1^3^ /?M
NG/ER HOME UNIT
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY NOTIFY (Name, Relationship, Phone Number and Address)
/
STATUS OF PARENTS X
• Li vi ng 3 Separated
• Di vorced • Deceased
NEXT OF KIN: U Mother Father (Name and Address)
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NAME OF WIFE (First, Maiden and Address NO. CHILDREN COLLEGE GRAD? []Yes B^No
(If yes, degree?)
CIVILIAN EDUCATION (Grade
completed)
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ENLISTMENT GUARANTEE
^9-H(7(X)
(Please Complete Fol l owi ng correctl y)
DEP ID DEP ALLOTMENT YOUR ID
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SOCIAL SECURITY CARD
YtS
DOG TAGS
XtS
ALLERGY TAG
CIVILIAN SKILLS " ^ ^ ^ U ^
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WEAR GLASSES NEED GLASSES PHYSICAL DEFECTS (Continue in Remarks)
WORK IN A LEADER-
SHIP POSITION
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DESCRIBE LEADERSHIP POSITION
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SIGNED UP FOR AIR-
BORNE TRAINING
PERSONAL PROBLEM (Continue in Remarks)
.REMARKS '.Continue on Reverse)
DATE
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SIGNATURE — .
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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Personal Data Sheet
AUTHORITY:
PURPOSE:
ROUTINE
USES:
VOLUNTARY.
Title 5 USC, Section 301 (1970)
Temporary supplemental document of SIDPERS- Personal Data Card pertaining to the individual during period of
assignment for Basic Combat Training
This form provides units with personal background information which enables the unit to screen the soldier for
potential problems, used in recording of other personnel management data not otherwise shown elsewhere, Voluntary
disclosure of SSN is to properly identify the individual. This information wi l l not be released to 3'" parties.
MANDATORY OR VOLUNTARY DISCLOSURE AND EFFECT OF FAILURE TO PROVIDE INFORMATION
Lack of information or only partial information will hinder the unit's ability to aid the trainee if problems arise and the
cadre is unaware of any background information.
Print in Black Ink Only For all dates use this format dd/mmm/yy (02 Feb 02)
/YIMoMlNO, BRADIO ^o^m
Name: (Last, First, Middle)
PVf
Rank
Charlie Co 82°Chem BN, S^Chem BDE
451 Colorado Ave, Unit 32
Fort Leonard Wood, Mo 65473
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Country and Sale of Birth Permanent Address
FATHCR
Who raised you
BvTHi:ii
NOK relationship
Hpmephpue number
NOK phone number
Married Y ( 2 ) Children Y( N] ^ Child Support Y < ^
Martial
Status:
Dependents Names/Ages/Relationship
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Arrival Date:
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Date of Rank:
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Date of Birth:
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State of issue: / ^j ^J^^y
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Previous Job:
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Allergies:
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What Allergies: j j / ^ V
Glasses:
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Military Training: .
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Do you have your ID Tags
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Do you have Allergy Tags
Do you have ID Card
Do you have your Optical Inserts
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Have you ever been assigned to the PTRP Y A /
Have you ever been assigned to FTU
For What event:
YI0
Are you a single parent Y m
Are you married to another service member
YCS
Are they your next of kin
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Are you enrolled in the Married Army Couples Program Y<?^
Have you applied for Joint Domicile
Spouses Rank / Name: t i / N
Spouses Duty Station: (j/fk
Spouses Unit: U/A
Spouses SSN: (!J//V
Do you have your Ear Plugs CY^N
Do you have your lET Handbook (Volume 1 and II) N
Do you have a Flashlight
07 N
Do you have two pair of military glasses Y/(fg,
Have you ever served in the military before
Did you receive an administrative discharge
What type of discharge: ELS/EPTS/CH15/CH13/CH17/OTHER
Have you ever been convicted of a felony
Y/SJ>
If so for what
Are there any warrants for your arrest
Y W
Do you have any unpaid speeding tickets
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Have you ever been treated in a mental facility
If so for what:
It so tor what:
Do you have any diagnosed phobias
If so what:
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United States Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca
Fort Huachuca, Arizona 85613-6000
ORDERS 193-00006
11 July 2008
MANNING BRADLEY E PV2 USAICFH CO D 305TH (STU) (W1E818) Fort
Huachuca, AZ 85613-6000
The following MOS Action is directed.
Awarded: PMOS 35F1O00YY
Withdrawn: N/A
Effective date: 14 AUGUST 2008 or upon completion of MOS training and approval of
security clearance as required for your MOS IAW DA PAM 611-21.
Reclassification Control Number: N/A
Additional Instructions: (A) You are entitled to an enlistment bonus of $24,000.00 IAW AR
610-210, PARA 5-99
Format: 310
FOR THE COMMANDER:
DISTRIBUTION:
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REQUEST AND^FHORf TY FOR LEAVE
This form is subject to the Privacy Act of 1974. For use of this fotm, see AR 600-8-10.
The proponent agency is Dossier. (See InstnjctKins on Reverse)
1. CONTROL NUMBER
ri 6' qsi^L
PART 1
1 NAME ^Las(, First, Middle Initial)
Manning, Bradley E.
3 SSN 4. RANK
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5. DATE
( LEAVE ADDRESS (Street City State. ZIP Code and
honeNo.)
7. TYPE OF LEAVE
ORDINARY • EMERGENCY
• PERMI SSI VE TOY • OTHER
PCS/LEAVE
8 ORGN, STATION, AND PHONE NO
D CO 305th Ml BN
FT. Huachuca, AZ 85613
520-533-8875
NUMBER DAYS LEAVE 10. DATES
aACCRUED b REQUESTED
14
cADVANCED d EXCESS a FROM
14 AUG 08
b TO
27 AUG 08
12 SUPERVISOR RECOMMENDATION/SIGNATURE
MA P P R O V A L ^ ^ ^ ^ p DISAPP|(^VAL^
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b TIME c NAME/riTLE/SIGNATURE OF DEPARTURE AUTHORITY
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16 RETUR
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a DATE
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b.TIME SIGNATURE OF RETURN
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17.REMARKS
SM IS Authorized 1 Day(s) of travel. In case d|f ah
Staff Duty at 1-800-533-1533. My travel sche&iln
provided to my unit as promptly as possible. \J
mergency, 1 will cont
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t my Company at1-520-533-8875 and then BN
any changes to my travel schedule will be
Chargeable leave is frotn to
PART II - EMERGENCY LEAVE TRANSPORTATION AND TRAVEL
18. You ans authorized to proceed on offi ci al travel in connecti on with emergency leave and upon compl eti on of your leave and travel will
ret urn lo home station (prl ocat i on ) desi gnat ed by military ordei s. You are directed lo report to the Aerial Port of Embarkati on (APOE) for
onward movement to the authorized international airport designated in your travel documents. All additional travel is chargeabl e to l eave. Do
not depart t he installation without resen/ations or tickets for authorized space required transportati on. File a no-pay travel voucher wi th a copy
of your t ravel documents or boardi ng pass within 5 working days after your return. Submit request for leave extensi ons to your commander.
The Amer i can Red Cross can assist you in notifying your commander of your request for extensi on of l eave.
9. I NSTRUCTI ONS FOR SCHEDULI NG RETURN TRANSPORTATI ON:
For retum military travel reservations in CONUS call the MAC Passenger Reservation Center (PRC):
Should )ou require other assistance call PAP:
20.DEPARTEDUNrr 21. ARRIVED APOD 22. ARRIVED APOE (return only) 23. ARRIVED HOME UNIT
PART III - DEPENDENT TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION
I I (Space available or required cash reimbursable) I I ONEWAY I I ROUND TRIP
• (Space required) TRANSPORTATION AUTHORIZED FOR DEPENDENTS USTED IN BLOCK NO 25
25
DEPENDENT INFORMATION
a DEPENDENTS (Lastname, Hrst, Ml) b. RELATIONSHIP c DATES OF BIRTH (Children) d. PASSPORT NUMBER
PART IV - AUTHENTICATION FOR TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION
26 DESIGNATION AND LOCATION OF HEADQUARTERS 27. ACCOUNTING CfTATION
!8 DATE ISSUED 29. TRAVEL ORDER NUMBER 30. ORDER AUTHORIZING OFFICIAL (Title and signature) ORAUTHENTICATION
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O f f i c e of Personnel Management
SECURITY CLEARANCE APPLICATION
Date: 09/26/2007
Standard Form 86, Sep. 95
Manning, Bradley Edward

Page 1 of 12
EPSQ v e r s i o n 2.2
O.M.B. No. 3206-0007
Time: 11:18 AM
SSN:
1. Personal Information
Name: Manning
Bradley Edward
B i r t h Date: 1987/12/17
Place of B i r t h : Oklahoma C i t y , OK
County: OKLAHOMA
UNITED STATES
Maiden Name:
Work/Day Phone:
Height: 5 - 2 Weight: 101.00
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Sex: MALE
Home/Evening Phone:
Hair Color: BLOND Eye Color: BLUE
2. Other Names Used
NO Have you ever used or been known by another name?
3. Citizenship
Current C i t i z e n s h i p : U.S. CITIZEN AT BIRTH, NATIVE BORN
Mothers Maiden Name:
NO Are you now or were you a dual c i t i z e n of the U.S. and another country?
Passport Number: Passport Issuance Date: ^ — .
PAi-3M-f
4. Where You Have Lived
FROM TO ADDRESS
1. 2006/07/10
PRES
Person Who Knows--TOtrv

Phone:
NO I s t h i s residence address hard t o f i n d ?
2. 2006/04/10 2006/07/09
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Person Who Kjxowsvou;
Phone:
Pu^
NO I s t h i s residence address hard t o f i n d ?
3. 2005/09/10 2006/04/09
Person Who—Ifenpwa. You:
Phone:
NO I s t h i s residence address hard t o f i n d ?
4. 2001/11/10 2005/09/09
Phone:
NO I s t h i s residence address hard t o f i n d ?
5. 2000/01/09 2001/11/09
) Knowa--¥OTr:x ^ Person Who
Phone:
NO I s t h i s residence address hard t o f i n d ?
5. Where You Went To School
YES Have you attended school beyond Junior High School w i t h i n the l a s t 5 years?
FROM TO TYPE/ADDRESS
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA g(7
6400 Rock Spring Dr \\^
Award Date: 2005/06/09 Bethesda, MD 20814-1913
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Award Date:
Per s on Who KnoWs YotT
Phone:
HIGH SCHOOL
C MILTON WRIGHT HIGH SCHOOL
13 01 N FOUNTAIN GREEN RD
BEL AIR, MD 21015-2505
6. Your Employment Activities
FROM TO TYPE OF EMPLOYMENT
1. 2007/01/10
PRES OTHER
Your P o s i t i o n :
Employer Name:
B a r i s t a
Starbucks
Employer Address: 7911 Tuckerman Lane
Potomac, MD 2 0 854
O i l 301-765-a556 _ Emp1oyer Phone:
Supervisor Name:
Supervisor Phone:
NO I s the j o b address d i f f e r e n t from the employer's address?
NO I s the supervisor's address d i f f e r e n t from the j o b l o c a t i o n address?
PREVIOUS PERIODS OF ACTIVITY:
NO Have you worked f o r t h i s o r g a n i z a t i o n p r e v i o u s l y ?
2. 2006/06/10 2007/01/09 UNEMPLOYMENT (INCLUDE NAME OF PERSON WHO CAN
VERIFY)
Your P o s i t i o n :
Employer Name:
Employer Addressi
Employer Phone:
Unemployed
3. 2006/04/10 2006/06/09
OTHER
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Your P o s i t i o n : Asst Manager
Employer Name: FYE
Employer Address: 7021 S Metr^c^rial Drive
Tulsa, OK 74133
Employer Phone: O i l 918 252 7399
Supervisor Name:
Supervisor Phone: ^
NO I s the j o b address d i f f e r e t ^ t from the employer's address?
NO I s the supervisor's address d i f f e r e n t from the job l o c a t i o n address?
PREVIOUS PERIODS OF ACTIVITY:
NO Have you worked f o r t h i s organi2:ation previously?
4. 2006/02/10 2006/04/09 OTHER
Your P o s i t i o n : I n t e r n Programer
Employer Name: Zoto Inc
Employer Address: 123 Shudson
Oklahoma C i t y , OK 73102
Employer Phone: O i l 650 641 0108
Supervisor Name:
^
Supervisor Phone:
NO I s the j o b address d i f f e r e t ^ t from the employer's address?
NO I s the supervisor's address d i f f e r e n t from the job l o c a t i o n address?
PREVIOUS PERIODS OF ACTIVITY:
NO Have you worked f o r t h i s o r g a n i z a t i o n previously?
5. 2005/09/10 2006/02/09 OTHER
Your P o s i t i o n : Server
Employer Name: I n c r e d i b l e Pi^za Co
Employer Address: 8314 E 71St
Tulsa, OK 74133
Employer Phone: O i l 918 294 8671
Supervisor Name:
Supervisor Phone:
NO I s the j o b address d i f f e r e n t from the employer's address?
NO I s the supervisor's address d i f f e r e n t from the j o b l o c a t i o n address?
PREVIOUS PERIODS OF ACTIVITY:
NO Have you worked f o r t h i s t^rganization previously?
6. 1997/01/01 2005/09/09 UNEMPLOYMENT (INCLtlDE NAME OF PERSON WHO CAN
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Your P o s i t i o n :
Emp1oye r Name:
Employer Address:
Employer Phone:
Page 5 of 12
NO Were you i n the Federal C i v i l Service p r i o r t o the l a s t 10 years?
7. People Who Know You Well
FROM TO REFERENCE NAME/ADDRESS
1. 2000/01/09
2. 1993/09/10
3. 1993/08/10
PRES
Home Address:
Evening Phone:
PRES
Home Address:
Evening Phone:
PRES
Home Address:
Evening Phone:
8. Your Spouse
What i s your c u r r e n t m a r i t a l status? NEVER MARRIED
9. Your Relatives and Associates
RELATIONSHIP NAME/ADDRESS
1. MOTHER
DOB:
2. FATHER
POB: UNITED KINGDOM
Country of C i t i z e n s h i p : UNITED KINGDOM
Manning
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DOB: POB: UNITED STATES
Country of C i t i z e n s h i p : UNITED STATES
3. SISTER
Casey Manning
DOB: POB: UNITED STATES
Country of C i t i z e n s h i p : UNITED STATES
iO. Citizenship ofYour Relatives and Associates
RELATI ONSHI P NAME
1. MOTHER
DOB:
Type: OTHER C i t z . Date:
C e r t i f i c a t e Number:
Court:
C i t y / S t a t e : , n u l l
Comments: Mother i s not a c i t i z e n
^ i Your l^ilitar^ History ^
N^I^ave you ever served in tbemilitary7(^If yes, provide in clironological order your military history:
begin with the most recent period and include Reserves, National Guard, Merchant Marines, and
Foreign Military Service.^
I^^YourEorei^n Activities Property
N^E^o you have Ioreignproperty,business connections, or Itnancialinterests7
13 Your Eorei^n Activities Employment
N^jAre you now or have you ever been employed by or acted asaconsultantloralbreign government,
Itrm,oragency7
I ^ Your Eorei^n Activities Contact with I^orei^n governments
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NO Have you ever had any contact with a foreign government, its establishments (embassies or
consulates), or its representatives, whether inside or outside the U.S., other than on official U.S.
Government business? (Does not include routine visa applications and border crossing contacts.)
15. Your Foreign Activities - Passport
NO In the past 7 years, have you had an active passport that was issued by a foreign government?
16, Foreign Countries You Have Visited
YES Have you traveled outside the United States on other than official U.S. Government orders in the
last 7 years? (Travel as a dependent or contractor must be listed.) Do not repeat travel covered in
modules 4, 5, and 6. (Lived, worked, attended school)
FROM/COUNTRY TO/PURPOSE
1. 1999/08/01 2004/08/01
UNITED KINGDOM EDUCATION
17 Your l^ilitary Record
N^^ave you ever received other than an honorable discharge Irom the military^
18 Your Selective Service Record
YES Are youamale bom alter I^ecember31,19597
YES I f yes, have you r e g i s t e r e d w i t h the S e l e c t i v e Service System?
S e l e c t i v e Service Number:
i9^Yourl^edieal Record
N ^ In the last7years, have you consultedamental health prolessional (^psychiatrist, psychologist,
counselor, etc.^or have you consulted with another health care provider aboutamental health related
conditions
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20. Your Employment Record
NO Has any of t he f o l l o wi n g happened t o you i n t he past 7 years?
- Fi r e d f r om j ob,
- Qui t a j ob a f t e r bei ng t o l d you' d be f i r e d ,
- L e f t a j ob by mut ual agreement f o l l o wi n g a l l e ga t i ons of mi sconduct ,
- L e f t a j ob by mut ual agreement f o l l o wi n g a l l e ga t i ons of uns a t i s f a c t or y
performance; or
- L e f t a j ob f o r ot her reason under unf avor abl e ci rcumst ances
21. Your Police Record - Felony Offenses
NO Have you ever been charged with or convicted of any felony offense? (Include those under the
Uniform Code of Military Justice.) For this item, report information regardless ofwhether the record in
your case has been "sealed" or otherwise stricken from the record. The single exception to this
requirement is for certain convictions under the Federal Controlled Substances Act for which the court
issued an expungement order under the authority of 21 U.S.C. 844 or 18 U.S.C. 3607.
22. Your Police Record - Firearms/Explosives Offenses
NO Have you ever been charged with or convicted of a firearms or explosives offense? For this item,
report information regardless ofwhether the record in your case has been "sealed" or otherwise stricken
from the court record. The single exception to this requirement is for certain convictions under the
Federal Controlled Substances Act for which the court issued an expungement order under the authority
of 21 U.S.C. 844 or 18 U.S.C. 3607.
23. Your Police Record - Pending Charges
NO Are there currently any charges pending against you for any criminal offense? For this item, report
information regardless ofwhether the record in your case has been "sealed" or otherwise stricken from
the record. The single exception to this requirement is for certain convictions under the Federal
Controlled Substances Act for which the court issued an expungement order under the authority of 21
U.S.C. 844 or 18 U.S.C. 3607.
24. Your Police Record - Alcohol/Drug Offenses
NO Have you ever been charged with or convicted of any offense(s) related to alcohol or drugs? For this
item, report information regardless of whether the record in your case has been "sealed" or otherwise
stricken from the record. The single exception to this requirement is for certain convictions under the
Federal Controlled Substances Act for which the court issued an expungement order under the authority
of 21 U.S.C. 844 or 18 U.S.C. 3607.
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25.Your Police Record l^ilitary Court
NO In the last7years, have you been subject to court martial or other disciplinary proceedings under
the Uniterm CodeofMilitaryJustice?(include nonjudicial,Captain^s mast, etc.)For this item, report
inlbrmation regardless ofwhether the record in your case has been "sealed" or otherwise stricken from
the record. The single exception to this requirement is lor certain convictions under the Federal
Controlled Substances Act tor which the court issued an expungement order under the authority of21
USC 844or l 8USC 3607
26. Your Police Record Other Offenses
NO In the last7years, have you been arrested fr^r, charged with, or convicted of any ofIense(s)not
listed in modules21,22,23,24,or 25? (Leave out traffic fines oflessthan^l50 unless the violation was
alcohol or drug related.)For this item, report inlbrmationregardlessofwhether the record in your case
has been "sealed" or otherwise stricken from the record. The single exception to this requirement is tor
certain convictions under the Federal Controlled Substances Act fr^r which the court issued an
expungement orderunderthe authority of 2I USC 844orI8U.S.C. 3607
27. YourUseoflllegalI^rugsandl^rugAetivitylllegalUseofl^rugs
NO Since the age of I 6or in the last7years, whichever is shorter, have you illegally used any
controlled substance, frir example, marijuana, cocaine, crack cocaine, hashish, narcotics(opium,
morphine, codeine, heroin, etc.), phetamines, depressants (barbiturates, methaqualone, franquili:^ers,
etc.), hallucinogenics (LSD,PCP,etc.),orprescription drugs?
28. Your Use oflllegall^rugs and l^rugActivityLlse in Sensitive Positions
NO Have you EVER illegally usedacontrolled substance while employed asalawenfr^rcement officer,
prosecutor, or courtroom officials while possessingasecurity clearances orwhileinaposition directly
and immediately aflecting public sa^ty?
29. YourUseofIllegalI^rugsandl^rugA^tivity I^rugAetivity
NO In the last7years, have you been involved in the illegal purchase, manulacture, trafficking,
production, transler, shipping, receiving, or saleof any narcotic, depressant, stimulant, hallucinogen, or
cannabis for your own intended profit or that of another?
30. Your Use of Alcohol
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NO In the last7years has your useof alcoholic beverages(such as liquor, beer,wine)resulted in any
aleoholrelated treatment or counseling(such as tor alcohol abuse or alcoholism)? Do not repeat
information reported in EPS^Modulel9(Section21 from the SF86).
31. Your Investigation Record Investigations/Clearances C^ranted
NO Has the United States Government ever ittvestigated your background and/or granted youasecurity
clearance?(If you can^t recall the investigating agency and/or the security clearance received,enter (Y)
cs and lollow instructions in the help text Ibr the fields on the next screen. If you can^t recall whether
you^ve been investigated or cleared, enter (N^.)
32. Your Investigation Record Clearance Actions
NOToyour knowledge have you ever hadaclearance or access authorisation denied, suspended, or
revoked, or have you ever been debarred from government employment? (Note: An administrative
downgrade or termination ofasecurity clearance is notarevocation.)
33.Your Financial Record^^anl^ruptcy
NO In the last7years, have you filedapetition under any chapter of the bankruptcy code (to include
Chapter 13)?
34. Your Financial Record Wage C^arnishments
NO In the last7years, have you had your wages garnished Ibr any reason?
35. Your Financial Record Repossessions
NO In the last7years, have you had any property repossessed Ibr any reason?
36. Your Financial Record Ta^ Lien
NO In the last7years, have you hadalien placed against your property Ibr tailing to pay taxes or other
debts?
37.Your Financial Record Unpaid judgements
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NO In the last7years, have you had any judgements against you that have not been paid?
38. Your Financial ^delinquencies 180 l^ays
NO In the last7years, have you been overl80 days delinquent on any debt(s)?
39. Your Financial ^delinquencies 90 l^ays
NO Are you currently over 90 days delinquent on any debt(s)?
40. Public Record Civil Court Actions
NO In the last7years, have you beenaparty to any public record civil court actions not listed elsewhere
onthistbrm?
41. Your Association Record l^emhership
NO Have you ever been an officer oramember or madeaconfribution to an organisation dedicated to ^
the violent overthrow ofthe United States Government and which engages in illegal activities to that
end, knowing that the organisation engages in such activities with the specific intent to further such
activities?
42.YourAssociation Record Activities
NO Have you ever knowingly engaged in any acts or activities designed to overthrow the United States
Government by Ibrce?
43.C^eneralRemarl^s
NO Do you have any additional remarks to enter in your application?
C^o Sul^^ect Report
RELATIONSHIP NAME
1. MOTHER
POB: UNITED KINGDOM
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Address:
Country of C i t i z e n s h i p : UNITED KINGDOM
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Standard Form 86 Format
Revised September 1995
U.S. Office of Personnel Management
5 CFR Part 731, 732, and 736
Form approved:
O.M.B. No. 3206-0005
NSN 7540-00-634-4036
86-111
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
After completing Parts 1 and 2 of this form and any attachments, you should review your answers to all questions to make sure the form is
complete and accurate, and then sign and date the following certification and sign and date the release on Page 10.
Certification That My Answers Are True
My statements on this form, and any attachments to it, are true, complete, and correct to the best of my knowledge and
belief and are made in good faith. 1 understand that a knowing and willful false statement on this form can be punished
by fine or imprisonment or both. (See Section 1001 of title 18, United States Code).
Signature (Sign in ink) Full Name (Type or Print Legibly)
Manni ng, Bradley E
Date Signed
20070926
Social Security Number
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
standard Form 86 Format
Revised September 1995
U.S. Office of Personnel Management
5 CFR Parts 731, 732, and 736
Form approved:
O.M.B. No 3206-0005
NSN 7540-00-634-4036
86-111
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
AUTHORIZATION FOR RELEASE OF MEDICAL INFORMATION
Carefully read this authorization to release information about you, then sign and date it in ink.
Instructions for Completing this Release
This is a release for the investigator to ask your health practitioner(s) the three questions below concerning your mental
health consultations. Your signature will allow the practitioner(s) to answer only these questions.
I am seeking assignment to or retention in a position with the Federal government which requires access to classified
national security information or special nuclear information or material. As part of the clearance process, I hereby
authorize the investigator, special agent, or duly accredited representative of the authorized Federal agency conducting
my background investigation, to obtain the following information relating to my mental health consultations:
Does the person under investigation have a condition or treatment that could impair his/her judgement or
reliability, particularly in the context of safeguarding classified national security information or special
nuclear information or material?
If so, please describe the nature of the condition and the extent and duration of the impairment or
treatment.
What is the prognosis?
I understand the information released pursuant to this release is for use by the Federal Government only for purposes
provided in the Standard Form 86 and that it may be redisclosed by the Government only as authorized by law.
Copies of this authorization that show my signature are as valid as the original release signed by me. This
authorization is valid for 1 year from the date signed or upon termination of my affiliation with the Federal Government,
whichever is sooner.
Signature (Sign in ink) Full Name (Type or Print Legibly) Date Signed
t ^ % ^ " l ^
Manni ng, Bradley E 20070926
Other Names Used Social Security Number
Current Address (Street, City) State ZIP Code
Home Telephone Number
(Include Area Code)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
Standard Form 86 Format
Revised September 1995
U.S. Office of Personnel Management
5 CFR Part 731, 732, and 736
Form approved:
O.M.B. No. 3206-0005
NSN 7540-00-634-4036
86-111
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
AUTHORIZATION FOR RELEASE OF INFORMATION
Carefully read this authorization to release information about you, then sign and date it in ink.
I Authorize any investigator, special agent, or other duly accredited representative of the authorized Federal agency
conducting my background investigation, to obtain any information relating to my activities from individuals, schools,
residential management agents, employers, criminal justice agencies, credit bureaus, consumer reporting agencies,
collection agencies, retail business establishments, or other sources of information. This information may include, but
is not limited to, my academic, residential, achievement, performance, attendance, disciplinary, employment history,
criminal history record information, and financial and credit information. I authorize the Federal agency conducting my
investigation to disclose the record of my background investigation to the requesting agency for the purpose of making
a determination of suitability or eligibility for a security clearance.
I Understand that, for financial or lending institutions, medical institutions, hospitals, health care professionals, and
other sources of information, a separate specific release will be needed, and 1 may be contacted for such a release at a
later date. Where a separate release is requested for information relating to mental health treatment or counseling, the
release will contain a list of the specific questions, relevant to the job description, which the doctor or therapist will be
asked.
I Further Authorize any investigator, special agent, or other duly accredited representative of the U.S. Office of
Personnel Management, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Defense, the Defense Investigative
Service, and any other authorized Federal agency, to request criminal record information about me from criminal justice
agencies for the purpose of determining my eligibility for access to classified information and/or for assignment to, or
retention in, a sensitive National Security position, in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 9101. 1 understand that I may request a
copy of such records as may be available to me under the law.
I Authorize custodians of records and sources of information pertaining to me to release such information upon request
of the investigator, special agent, or other duly accredited representative of any Federal agency authorized above
regardless of any previous agreement to the contrary.
I Understand that the information released by records custodians and sources of information is for official use by the
Federal Government only for the purposes provided in this Standard Form 86, and that it may be redisclosed by the
Government only as authorized by law.
Copies of this authorization that show my signature are as valid as the original release signed by me. This authorization
is valid for five (5) years from the date signed or upon termination of my affiliation with the Federal Government,
whichever is sooner. Read, sign and date the release on the next page if you answered "Yes" to the question 21.
Signature (Sign in ink) Full Name (Type or Print Legibly) Date Signed
Manni ng, Bradley E
20070926
Other Names Used
Social Security Number
Current Address (Street, City) State ZIP Code
Home Telephone Number
(Include Area Code)
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(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) (b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
CREDIT CHECK AUTHORIZATION
Fair Credit Reporting Act of 1970, as amended
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT ONE OR MORE CONSUMER CREDIT REPORTS MAY BE
OBTAINED FOR EMPLOYMENT PURPOSES PURSUANT TO THE FAIR CREDIT REPORTING
ACT, AS AMENDED, 15 U. S. C, §1681, ET SEQ. SHOULD A DECISION TO TAKE ANY
ADVERSE ACTION AGAINST YOU BE MADE, BASED EITHER IN WHOLE OR IN PART ON THE
CONSUMER CREDIT REPORT, THE CONSUMER REPORTING AGENCY THAT PROVIDED
THE REPORT PLAYED NO ROLE IN THE AGENCY'S DECISION TO TAKE SUCH ADVERSE
ACTION.
Information provided by you on this form will be furnished to the consumer reporting agency in order to obtain
information in connection with an investigation to determine your (1) fitness for Federal employment, (2) clearance to
perform contractual service for the Federal Government, and/or (3) security clearance or access. The information
obtained may be redisclosed to other Federal agencies for the above purposes and in fulfillment of official
responsibilities to the extent that such disclosure is permitted by law.
I hereby authorize the United States Army to obtain such report(s) from any consumer/credit reporting
agency for employment purposes.
Manning. Bradley E (Print Name) SSN)
(Signature) ^0070926
(Date)
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TMENT ELIGIBILITY
(For use of this form see USAREC Reg 601-96)
APPLICANT NAME (LAST. FIRST, Ml):
Manning, Bradley E
APPLICANT SSN:
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY:
PRINCIPAL
PURPOSE:
Title 10, United States Code, Sec-
tions 504, 508, and 12102.
To determine eligibility of a prospec-
tive enlistee in the United States
Army.
ROUTINE USES: Information collected on this form will be used to determine
eligibility for enlistment into the United States Army. It may be
released to law enforcement agencies engaged in the investiga-
tion or prosecution of a criminal act or the enforcement or imple-
mentation of a statute, rule, regulation, or order, to any component
of the Department of Justice for the purpose of representing DOD.
DISCLOSURE: Voluntary; however, failure to answer the question may result in
refusal of enlistment into the United States Army.
The data are for OFFICIAL USE ONLY and will be maintained and used in strict confidence in accordance with Federal law and regulations.
Making a knowing and willful false statement on this form may be punishable by fine or imprisonment or both. All information provided by you
which possibly may reflect adversely on your past conduct and performance, may have an adverse impact on you in your military career in
situations such as consideration for special assignment, security clearances, court marital, or administrative proceedings, etc.
All YES answers must be explained cximpletely in the remarks section. If the answers include no additional information than
what is listed on the SF 86 (Questionnaire for National Security Positions), write "See SF 86 Item # " in the space for
"NAME AND LOCATION OF UK\N ENFORCEMENT AGENCY."
YES NO
1.
Have you ever been arrested, charged, cited, held, or detained in any way by any law enforcement agency (to include
Juvenile Authorities, Polit» Officers, Sheriff, Department of Natural Resources, Fish and Game Wardens, military police,
etc.,) regardless of disposition (whether the case resulted in no charges filed, fine, probation, dismissal, or other
disposition)? (This includes traffic tickets.)
X
DATE OF
OFFENSE
NAME OF OFFENSE NAME AND LOCATION OF LAW
ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
NAME AND LOCATION
OF COURT
DISPOSITION OF CASE
Have you been told by anyone (judge, lawyer, any Army personnel, family, friends, etc.,) that you do not have to list a
charge because the charge(s) were dropped, dismissed, not filed, expunged, stricken from the record or were juvenile related?
Have you been subject to any type of proceedings under the Uniform Code of Military Justice? (This includes courts
martial, Nonjudicial Punishment, Captain's Mast, and Article 15's.) X
Have you ever been charged with any crime that has not been listed in any of the above questions or asked on the SF
86 (Questionnaire for National Security Positions)?
REMARKS
Use the space below to explain all yes answers that have not been explained in detail on the SF 86 (Questionnaire for National
TYPED NAME OF APPLICANT
(LAST,FIRST,MI) APPLICANT SIGNATURE
-y
DATE
(YYYYMMDD)
Manning, Bradley E
20070926
TYPED NAME AND RANK OF RECRUITER
(LAST,FIRST,MI) RECRUITER SIGNATURE
DATE
(YYYYMMDD)
Jones, Mark A
20070926
USAREC Fm 1104-R-E, Rev 1 Apr 97 (Previous editions are obsol ete) VI .00
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
APPLICANT NAME (LAST, FIRST, Ml): APPLI CANT SSN:
Manning, Bradley E
USAREC FORM 1104 - REMARKS CONTINUATION
USAREC FORM 1104 Remarks Continuation Page 2
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
United States Army Intelhgence Center and Fort Huachuca
Fort Huachuca, Arizona 85613-6000
ORDERS 193-00013
11 July 2008
MANNING BRADLEY EDWARD PV2 USAICFH CO D (STU) 305 (W1E818)
United States Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca, Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613-6000
You wi l l proceed on permanent change of station as shown.
Assigned to: 2^° 10™ DIV REPL DET (WBDAAB) FT DRUM NY 13602
Reporting date: 14 SEPTEMBER 2008
Additional instructions: (a) Dependents: NO
(b) I f you ship personal property at Government expense, contact the Transportation Office at your
new duty station immediately after arrival to arrange for delivery.
(c) You are required to report to the Family Housing/Housing Referral Office serving your new
duty station before you make housing arrangements for renting, leasing, or purchasing any
off-post housing.
(d) Soldier is authorized up to 14 days permissive temporary duty to participate in the
Hometown Recruiter Assistance Program i f indicated on an approved DA 31 signed by a LTC or
above. . ,
(e) You are responsible for reporting to your next duty station/school in satisfactory physical
condition, able to pass the Army Physical Fitness Test and meet weight standards.
(f) You will submit a travel voucher for this travel to the custodian of your finance records within
15 days after completion of travel.
(g) Report to building 61820, Davis Hall, room 149 (back entrance), with 15 copies of your PCS
orders within 5 days of receipt to aixange for transportation appointments.
(h) Leave data as stated on Department of the Army Form 31.
(i) Al l Soldiers being reassigned are required to clear through the Housing Office. Soldiers residing
in Government quarters are required to report to the Termination Section,
Housing Division, Building 1415, Rhea Street, within, five days after receipt of this order.
(j) You are to contact commander of gaining organization not later than 10 days after receipt of '
orders i f any special requirements exist for medical, dental, or educational facilities at next duty
station.
(k) You are required to forward a DA form 3955 (change of address card) with your new home
address to your PERSCOM assignment manager within 30 days of arrival at your new duty.
(1) Travel by privately owned conveyance is authorized from Ft. Huachuca, AZ to new duty station,
(m) Early report date is authorized.
(n) Losing Command/Soldier should ensure transportation arrangements are made to final
destination of Watertown Int'l Airport, Watertown, NY.
(o) When a CTO is available but the traveler arranges transportation through a non contract travel
agent or common carrier direct purchase, reimbursement is limited to the amount the Government
would have paid i f the arrangements had been made directly through a CTO.
You will start in-processing on:
At 1300 report to Clark Hal l
Room Al-39
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1
United States Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca
ORDERS 193-00013 . 11 My 2008
(p) In the event you need emergency assistance (leave extension, change in port call, family travel problems,
etc) you should contact the Army travelers' assistance center at (800) 582-5552. Do not contact your losing or
gaining unit.
FOR ARMY USE:
Auth: N/A
MDC: 1XE8 Pers con no: 99200809N090
Enl/REENLB indie: NA PEBD: NA
PPD: NA Asgd to mgt dsg: 35F1O00YY
PMOS/SSI: 35F1O00YY Con specialty: NA
Proj specialty: NA Pers scty code: NA
Format; 410
FOR THE COMMANDER:
S ^ l ^ ^ ^
DISTRIBUTION:
IMSW-HUA-HRMR (1)
CDR, USAICFH CO D (STU) 305 (1)
CDR, USAICFH CO D (STU) 305 PAC (1)
CDR, 2^'^ 10™ DIV REPL DET FT DRUM NY 13602 (1)
PV2 MANNING BRADLEY EDWARD (I)
United States Army Inielligence Center and Fort Huachuca
ORDERS 193-00013 11 July 2008
(p) In the event you need emergency assistance (leave extension, change in port call, family travel problems,
etc) you should contact the Army travelers' assistance center at (800) 582-5552. Do not contact your losing or
gaining unit.
FOR ARMY USE:
Auth: N/A
MDC: 1XE8 Pers con no: 99200809N090
Enl/REENLB indie: NA PEBD: NA
PPD: NA Asgdtomgtdsg: 35F1O00YY
PMOS/SSI: 35F1O00YY Con specialty: NA
Proj specialty: NA Pers scty code: NA
Format: 410
FOR THE COMMANDER:
• t \ f AMEL4AT
adjutant General
% ^
DISTRIBUTION: v O G n ^ T l W ^
IMSW-HUA-HRMR (1) ^ U Ur^., > -
CDR, USAICFH CO D (STU) 305 (1)
CDR, USAICFH COD (STU) 305 PAC (1) -
CDR, 2^^ 10™ DIV REPL DET FT DRUM NY 13602 (1)
PV2 MANNING BRADLEY EDWARD (1)
RECOROOFEMER^E^CYOATA
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTI^ORITY: 5USC55^ 10USC855. 1475 t o14^0^nd^771. 3^USC1570. 44 USC3101. andFO53^7( SSN)
PRINCIPAL PURPOSES: This form is used by military personnel and Oepartment of Oefenset^ivilian and contractor personnel. t:ollectively referred to
a5 civilians when applicable For mi l i t ary personnel , it is used to designate beneficiaries for certain benefits in the event of the Service member s
death It is al soagui de for disposition of that members pay and allowances if captured.missing or interned It also shows names and addresses of
the person(s) the Service member desires to be notified in case of emergency or death For ci vi l i an personnel it is used to expedite the nt^tification
process in the event of an emergency and^or the death of the member The purpose of soliciting the SSN is to provide positive identification All items
may not be applicable
ROUTINEUSES: None
DISCLOSURE: Voluntary however.failure to provide accurate personal identifier information and other solicited information will delay notification and
the processing of benefits to designated beneficiaries if applicable.
INSTRUCTIONS TO SERVICE H^E^^ER
This extremely important form is to be used by you to show the names and
addressesof yourspouse. chi l dren. parent s. and any other person(s)you
would like notified if ^out ^ecomeacasual t y (other family members or fiant^e).
and. to designate beneficiaries for certain benefits if you die ITISYOUF^
RESPONSIBILITY tt^ keep your Record of Emergency Oata up to date to show
your desires as to beneficiaries to receive certain death payments, and to
show changes in your family or other personnel listed.tor exampl e. asaresul t
ofmarri age civil court action death or address change
INSTRUCTIONS TO CIVILIANS
This extremely important form is to be used by you to show the
names and addresses of your spouse, children, parents and any
other person(s) you would like notified if you becomeacasual ty
Not every item on this form is applicable to you This f orm is tised
by t h^Oepar t ment of O^f en^e(OoO) t o expedi t e not i f i cat i on in
f heoas eof emer ^ ent ^ l e^ or de^ t h. It does not haveal egai impact
on other forms you may have completed with the OoO or your
employer
IMPORTANT: Thi s f or m i s di vi ded i nto t wo sect i ons: Secti on 1 - Emergency Cont act I nf ormat i on and Secti on 2 - Benef i t s Related
I nf ormat i on. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS ON PAGES 3 AND 4 BEFORE COMPLETING THIS FORM.
SECTION 1 - EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION
1. NAME (Las;. F/rs( Middleinitial)
M ANIM ING. BRADLEY. E
2. SSN
3a. SERVICE/CIVILIAN CATEGORY
^ ARMY NAVY MARINE CORPS AIR FORCE | i DoD CIVILIAN ^ CONTRACTOR
b. REPORTING UNIT CODE/DUTY STATION
WBDAAB
4a. SPOUSE NAME (If applicable) (Last. First, Middle Initial)
X
SINGLE DIVORCED WIDOWED
b. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
CHILDREN
NAME (Last. First Middle Initial)
b. RELATIONSHIP
c. DATE OF BIRTH
(YYYYMMDD)
d. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
6a. FATHER NAME (Last. First. Middle Initial)
MANNING. BRIAN. E
b. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
7a. MOTHER NAME (Last. First. Middle Initial)
MANNING. SUSAN. M
b. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
8a. DO NOT NOTIFY DUE TO ILL HEALTH b. NOTIFY INSTEAD
9a. DESIGNATED PERSON(S) (Military only)
b. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
10. CONTRACTING AGENCY AND TELEPHONE NUMBER (Contractors only)
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SECTI 0N2- eENEFI TS RELATED INFORMATION
11a. BENEFICIARY(IES) FOR DEATH GRATUITY
(Military only)
MANNING, BRIAN. E
b. RELATIONSHIP
FATHER
c. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
d. PERCENTAGE
100
12a. BENEFICIARY(IES) FOR UNPAID PAY/ALLOWANCES
(Military only) NAME AND RELATIONSHIP
b. ADDRESS (fncfude ZiP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER c. PERCENTAGE
100
13a. PERSON AUTHORIZED TO DIRECT DISPOSITION (PADD)
(Military only) NAME AND RELATIONSHIP
b. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
14. CONTINUATION/REMARKS
15. SIGNATURE
or grade if a/iplic,
BER/CIVILIAN (Include rank, rate,
DD FORM 93 ( B X C K ) , JAN 2008
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16. SIGNATURE OF WITNESS (Include rank rate, or grade
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17. DATE SIGNED
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SERVICEMEN'S GROUP LH^NSURANCE ELECTION AND CEBfitFICATE
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Page 1 of
Please read the i nstructi ons before compl et i ng thi s f orm
Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance Election and Certificate
Use this form to (check all that apply)
^ Name or update your beneficiary
Reduce the amount of your insurance coverage
Decline insurance coverage
I mport ant : This form, is for use by Active Duty and
Reserve members. This form does not apply to and
cannot be used for any other Government Life
Insurance.
Last name
MANNING
First name
BRADLEY
Middle name
EDWARD
Suf Rank, title or grade
PV2
Number
Branch of Service(Do not abbreviate)
Army
Current Duty Location
WBDAAB
Amount of Insurance
By law. you are automatically insured for $400,000. If you want $400,000 of i nsurance, skip to Beneficiary(ies) and Payment Options.
If you want l ess t han $400,000 of insurance, please check the appropriate block below and write the amount desired and your
initials.Coverage is available in increments of $50,000. If you do not want any i nsurance' , check the appropriate block below and write (in
your own handwriting). "I do not want insurance at this time."
Decl i ni ng SGLI coverage also cancels all fami l y coverage under the SGLI program.
I want coverage in the amount of $ Your initials
(Write "I do not want Insurance at this time.")
•Note; Reduced or refused insurance can only be restored by completing form SGLV 8285 with proof of good health and compliance with other
requirements. Reduced or refused insurance will also affect the amount of VGLI you can convert to upon separation from service.
Beneficiary(ies) and Payment Options
I designate the following beneficiary(ies) to receive payment of my insurance proceeds I understand that the principal beneficiary(ies) will receive
payment upon my death. If all principal beneficiaries predecease me. the insurant:^ will be paid to the contingent beneficiary(ies)
Complete Name (first, middle, last) and Address of each
beneficiary
Pri nci pal
Cont i ngent
Social Security
Number
(If known)
Relationship to
you
FATHER
Share to each
beneficiary
(Use %, S amounts
or fractions)
100%
Payment Option
(Lump sum or 35
equal monthly
payments)
LUMP SUM
I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND the i nstructi ons on pages 2 and 3 of t hi s f or m. I ALSO UNDERSTAND t hat :
. This form cancels any prior beneficiary or payment instructions.
. The proceeds will be paid to beneficiaries as stated in #6 on page 3 of this fonn. unless otherwise stated above,
. If I have legal questions about this form, I may consult with a military attorney al no expense to me,
. I cannot have combined SGLLaod VGLI coverages at the sarne time for more than $400,000.
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SIGN HERE IN INK
/
(Your Signature. Do not print.
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Date: 20080902^
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MENT CYCLE SUPPORT (DCS) CHECKLIS
see Army Directive 2007-02; the proponent agency is DCS, G-1
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DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974
AUTHORI TY 10 USC Section 3013, Secretary of the Army; Department of the Arniy Deployment Cycle Support
( SSN) .
PURPOSE: To provide a standardized means to evaluate readiness posture and validate military and non-military personnel for deployment,
ROUTI NE USES: The "Blanket Routine Uses" set forth at the beginning of the Army compilation of systems of records notice apply.
DI SCL OSURE: Voluntary. However, failure to update and confirm Information is correct may impede processing time and deployability status.
( DCS) Directive; and EO 9397
The Deployment Cycle Support Checklist Is filed In the Deployment Packet to complete the action.
A copy remains at the losing organization .
'ATE ( y Y Y WM D D )
S^wO^G^I
2. NAME (Last, First, toddle)
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3. SSN
4. SERVICE AFFILIATION
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7. PAY PLAN/GRADE
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8. MOBILIZATION
DEPLOYMENT CENTER
9. NON-MILITARY STATUS
DOD
DAC
CONTRACTOR
RED GROSS
AAFES
OTHER (Specify)
10. TRAVEL STATUS
a. UNO" ORDER
b. INDIVIDUAL
11. DATE OF BIRTH (YYYYMMDD)
12. ARMY COMMANDS
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13. DATE ARRIVED IN THEATER
(YYYYMMDD)
^ CITIZENSHIP COUNTRY
UNiT:.D ^ f t r t $
15. REDEPLOYMENT DATE (YYYYMMDD) 16. REFRADDATE (YYYYMMDD)
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21. CONUS REPLACEMENT CENTER
22. STATUS OF EACH DCS STAGE and COMMANDER'S VALIDATION MEMO (C= Completed; NC = Not Compbted)
a. TRAIN-UP/PREP
] C ' NC
b. MOBILIZATION
C NC
c. DEPLOYMENT
C NC
d.' EMPLOYMENT
C NC
e. REDEPLOYMENT
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f. POST-DEPLOYMENT
I C I 1 NC
RECONSTITUTION
C NCO
h. CDR VALIDATION MEMO
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NC
SECTI ON I - DCS VAL I DAT I ON
Par t A - A c c u r a c y St at ement : l understand I am certified for reconstitution and, to the best of my knowledge, all information contained in this
document is correct and current.
1, SIGI
Par t B - P f r S f t t n e Lea
2. RANK
PH^C
3. TfTLE
d e r / i mme d l a t e Su p e r v i s o r ' s ' AUt her f l t Cal l Oi r ' ^mave authentlcaied'the information coritalneJIh this checklist as correct and
current.
4 PRINTED NAME (Supervisor) 5, RANK 6. TITLE 7. SIGNATURE
8. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
9, UNIT 10. ADDRESS
11. PHONE NUMBER 12. E-MAIL ADDRESS 13. DSN 14. FAX PHONE NUMBER
Part C - Commander's Acknowledgment: (Commanders may approve an individual for reconstitution based on the certifying ofTicial's
recommendation, criticality, and mission needs, unless othenn/ise indicated.) i acknowledge the checklist findings.
15. PRINTED NAME (CDR or AG) 17. TITLE 18. SIGNATURE
19, DATE (YYYYMMDD)
20, UNIT 21, ADDRESS
22 PHONE NUMBER 23. E-MAIL ADDRESS 24. DSN NUMBER 25. FAX NUMBER
Par t D - DCS Va l i d a t i o n : AL L DE P L OY ME NT CY CL E S UP P ORT requirements are updated and all DCS requirements completed.

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33, PHONE NUMBER
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QUALIFICATION TO POSSESS FIREARMS OR AMMUNITION
PRI VACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: 18 U.S.C. 922(g)| 9); E.O. 9397.
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE(S): To obtain i nformati on to determine it you have been convi cted of a cri me of domestic violence whi ch woul d
di squal i fy you from shipping, transporti ng, possessing or receiving either Government-issued or private firearms or ammunition and to determine
if reassignment, reclassification, detail or other administrative action is warranted. Your Social Security Number is solicited solely for purposes
of veri fyi ng your i denti ty.
ROUTINE USE(S): To the Department of Justice so that such information can be included in the National Instant Criminal Background Check
Syst em whi ch may be used by firearm licensees (importers, manufacturers or dealers) to determine whether individuals are qualified to receive
or possess firearms and ammuni ti on.
DISCLOSURE: Mandatory for all personnel who are required to certi fy. Failure to provide the i nformati on may result in 11) (military only) the
i mposi ti on of criminal or administrative penalties for failing to obey a l awful order, and (2) (civilian only) the imposition of administrative
penalties, to include removal from Federal service. However, neither your answers nor i nformati on or evidence gained by reason of your
answers can be used against you in any criminal prosecution for a violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 922(g)|9), including
(military only) prosecutions under the Uni form Code of Military Justice, based on a violation of Section 922(g)| 9), for conduct whi ch occurred
prior to the compl eti on of this f orm. The answers you furnish and any information resulting t heref rom, however, may be used against you in a
cri mi nal or admi ni strati ve proceedings if you knowi ngl y and willfully provide false statements or i nformati on.
SECTI ON I - I NSTRUCTI ONS
An amendment to the Gun Control Act of 1968 (18 U.S.C.
922) makes it a felony for anyone who has been convi cted of
a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence to ship, transport,
possess, or receive firearms or ammuni ti on. It is also a felony for
any person to sell or otherwi se dispose of a firearm to any person
so convi cted.
The Department of Defense has, by policy, expanded the
prohi bi ti ons contai ned in Title 18 Section 922(g)(9| to those
military or civilian personnel who have felony convi cti ons for
crimes of domestic violence. Convictions of crimes of domestic
violence do not include summary court-martial convi cti ons, the
i mposi ti on of nonjudicial punishment (Article 15, UCMJ), or
deferred prosecutions (or similar alternative dispositions) in civilian
court s. Furthermore, a person shall not be considered as having
commi t t ed a "cri me of domestic violence" for purposes of the
fi rearms restri cti on of the Gun Control Act unless all of the
f ol l owi ng elements are present:
(1) the person was convi cted of a crime;
(2) the offense has as its factual basis the use or attempted use
of physical force, or threatened use of a deadly weapon;
(3) the convi cted offender was at the time of the offense:
(a) a current or former spouse, parent or guardian of the
vi ct i m,
(b) a person wi t h whom the vi cti m shared a child in common,
Ic) a person who was cohabi ti ng wi t h or has cohabited wi t h the
vi cti m as a spouse, parent, or guardian, or
(d) a person who was similarly situated to a spouse, parent, or
guardian of the vi ct i m;
14) the convi cted offender was represented by counsel, or knowingly
and intelligently wai ved the right to counsel;
(5) if entitled to have the case tried by j ury, the case was actually tried
by jury or the person knowi ngl y and intelligently waived the right to
have the case tri ed by j ury;
16) the conviction has not been expunged or set aside, or the convi cted
offender has not been pardoned for the offense or had civil rights
restored, unless the pardon, expungement, or restoration of civil
rights provides that the person may not ship, transport, possess or
receive firearms.
If you have ever received a domestic violence conviction: (1) you
may not possess any fi rearm or ammuni ti on; and (2) you must return any
Government-issued firearm or ammuni ti on to your commander or
immediate supervisor; and (3) you must take steps to relinquish
possession of any privately owned firearms or ammunition. Furthermore,
any previously issued authori zati on to possess a firearm or ammunition is
revoked.
If you have any questi ons, or you are uncertain if you have such a
convi cti on, you may wi sh to contact a legal assistance attorney, if
eligible, or a private attorney, at your own expense.
SECTION II - QUALIFICATION INQUIRY (Complete and return to your commander or immediate supervisor within 10 days of receipt)
1. HAVE YOU EVER BEEN CONVICTED OF A CRIME OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AS DESCRIBED ABOVE: (Initial and date)
YES
I DON'T KNOW (Provide
explanation on reverse)
2. IF YOU ANSWERED "YES" T O T H E FIRST QUESTION, PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION WITH RESPECT TO THE CONVICTION:
a. COURT/JURISDICTION b. DOCKET/CASE NUMBER
c. STATUTE/CHARGE d. DATE SENTENCED (YYYYMMDD)
CERTIFICATION. I hereby certi fy t hat , to the best of my information and belief, all of the i nformati on provided by me is true, correct,
compl ete, and made in good f ai t h. I understand that false or fraudulent information provi ded herein may be grounds for criminal and/or
admi ni strati ve proceedings, to include (if civilian) adverse action, up to and including removal , and (if military) disciplinary action under the
Uni form Code of Military Justi ce. I further understand that I have a continuing obligation to i nf orm my Commander or Supervisor should I
be convi cted of a crime of domestic violence in the future.
a. NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
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b. RANK/GRADE
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c. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
d. ORGANIZATION
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e. SIGNATURE
DD FORM 2760, DEC 2002
PREVIOUS EDITION IS q^ gOt f TE.
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f. DATE SIGNED
(YYYYMMDDl
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Adobe Professional 7.0
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QUALIFICATION TO POSSESS EIREARMSORAMMUNITION
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORI TY: 18 U-S.C. 922(g)(9); E.O. 9397.
PRI NCI PAL PORPOSE(S): To obt ai n i nformati on to determine if you have been convi ct ed of a crime of domesti c violence whi ch woul d
di squal i f y you f r om shi ppi ng, t ransport i ng, possessing or receiving either Government-i ssued or private firearms or ammuni ti on and t o determi ne
I r eassi gnment , recl assi fi cati on, detai l or other administrative action is warrant ed. Your Social Security Number is sol i ci ted solely for purposes
of ver i f yi ng your i dent i t y.
ROUTI NE USE(S): To the Depart ment of Justice so that such i nformati on can t>c i ncl uded i n t he National Instant Criminal Background Check
Syst em whi ch may be used by f i rearm licensees (importers, manufacturers or dealers) to determine whether individuals are qualified t o receive
or possess fi rearms and ammuni t i on.
DI SCLOSURE: Mandat ory for all personnel who are required to certi fy. Failure t o provide t he i nformati on may resul t in (1) (military onl y) t he
i mposi t i on of cri mi nal or admi ni st rat i ve penalties for failing to obey a l awf ul order, and (21 (civilian only) the i mposi ti on of admi ni strati ve
nenal t i es t o i ncj udo removal f r om Federal service. However, neitfier your answers nor i nformati on or evidence gai ned by reason of your
answer s can t>e used against you i n any criminal prosecution for a vi ol ati on of Ti tl e 18, Uni t ed States Code, Secti on 922(g)(9), i ncl udi ng
( mi l i t ar y onl y) prosecuti ons under t he Uni form Code of Military Justi ce, based on a vi ol ati on of Section 922(g)(9), for conduct whi ch occurred
Drier t o t he compl et i on of thi s f or m. The answers you furnish and any i nf ormat i on resul ti ng therefrom, however, may be used agai nst you in a
cr i mi nal or admi ni st rat i ve proceedi ngs i f you knowi ngl y and willfully provi de fal se statements or i nformati on.
SECT I ON I - I NSTRUCTI ONS
An amendment t o the Gun Cont rol Act of 1968 (18 U.S.C.
922) makes i t a f el ony for anyone who fias been convicted of
a mi sdemeanor cr i me of domest i c vi ol ence to sfi i p, transport,
Dossess or recei ve fi rearms or ammuni t i on. It is also a felony for
any per son t o sell or ot f i erwi se di spose of a firearm t o any person
so convi ct ed.
Tf i e Depart ment of Defense f i as, by pol i cy, expanded the
pr ohi bi t i ons cont ai ned i n Ti tl e 18 Sect i on 922(g)(9) to those
mi l i t ar y or ci vi l i an personriel wf t o have fel ony convi cti ons for
cr i mes of domest i c vi ol ence. Convi ct i ons of crimes of domestic
vi ol eci ce do not i ncl ude summary court -mart i al convi cti ons, the
i mposi t i on of nonj udi ci al puni sf i ment (Arti cl e 15, UCMJ), or
def er r ed prosecut i ons (or similar al ternati ve dispositions) in civilian
cour t s Furt hermore, a person shal l not be considered as having
commi t t ed a "cr i me of domest i c vi ol ence" f or purposes of the
f i r ear ms rest ri ct i on of t he Gun Cont rol Act unless all of tfie
f ol l owi ng el ement s are present :
(1) t he person was convi ct ed of a cr i me;
(2) t he of f ense has as i t s f act ual basi s t he use or attempted use
of physi cal f or ce, or t f veat ened use of a deadly weapon;
(3) t he convi ct ed of f ender was at t f i e t i me of t he of f ense:
(a) a current or f ormer spouse, par ent or guardian of the
vi ct i m,
(b) a person wi t h wt i om t he vi ct i m shdred a cfWId i n common.
(c) a person who was cohabiting wi t h or has cohabi ted wi t h t he
vi ct i m as a spouse, parent, or guardi an, or
(dl a person who was similarly si tuated t o a spouse, parent, or
guardi an of the vi ct i m;
(4) the convi ct ed of f ender was represented by counsel , or knowi ngl y
and i ntel l i gentl y wai ved the right to counsel ;
(5) i f ent i t l ed t o have t he case tried by j ury, tfte case was actual l y tri ed
by j ury or the person knowit^gly and i ntel l i gentl y wai ved the right to
have t he case t r i ed by j ury;
(61 t he convi ct i on has not been expunged or set asi de, or t he convi ct ed
of f ender has not been pardoned for t he of f ense or ftad ci vi l ri ght s
rest ored, unl ess t he pardon, expungement, or restorati on of ci vi l
ri ght s provi des t hat t he person may not shi p, t ransport , possess or
recei ve fi rearms.
If you have ever recei ved a domesti c violer»ce convi ct i on: (1) you
may not possess any fi rearm or ammuni t i on; and (2) you must ret urn any
Government -i ssued f i rearm or ammuni ti on t o your commander or
i mmedi at e supervi sor; and (3) you must t ake steps t o rel i nqui sh
possessi on of any pri vat el y owned fi rearms or ammuni t i on. Purifier more,
any previ ousl y i ssued authori zati on t o possess a f i rearm or ammuni t i on i s
r evoked.
If you have any questi ons, or you are uncertai n if you have such a
convi ct i on, you may wi sh t o cont act a legal assi stance at t or ney, if
el i gi bl e, or a pri vate at t or ney, at yoti r own expense.
SECTION II - QUALIFICATION INQUIRY (Complete and retum to your commander or immediate supervisor days of receipt)
YES
1 HAVE YOUe y g f l BEEN CONVI CTED OF A CRIME OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AS DESCRIBED ABOVE
I DON'T KNOW (Provide
explanation on reverse)
I ? IF YOU ANSWERED " YES- TO THE FIRST QUESTION, PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING I NFORMATI ON WI TH RESPECT TO THE CONVI CTI ON:
I b. DOCKET/CASE NUMBER COURT/JURISDICTION
STATUTE/ CHARGE d. DATE SENTENCED (YYYYMMDD)
3.
CERTIFICATION. I hereby certify that, to the best of my information and belief, all of the information provided by me is true, correct,
complete, and made in good faith. I understand that false or fraudulent information provided hierein may be grounds for criminal and/or
administrative proceedings, to include (if civilian) adverse action, up to and including removal, and (if military) disciplinary action under the
Uniform Code of Military Justice. I further understand that I have a continuing obligation to inform my Commander or Supervisor should I
be convicted of a crime of domestic violence in the future.
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PART -1
2. NAME (Lasf, First, Middle Initial)
MANNING, BRADLEY E
3 SSN 4. RANK
PFC
5. DATE
15 JUL 09
REQUEST AND AUTHORITY FOR LEAVE
This form is subject to the Privacy Act of 1974. For use of this form, see AR 600-8-10.
1. CONTROL NUMBER
6. LEAVE ADDRESS (Street, City, State, ZIP Code and
Phone No.)
7. TYPE OF LEAVE
• ORDINARY •
• PERMISSIVE TDY •
PASS
EMERGENCY
OTHER
ORGN, STATION, AND PHONE NO.
HHC2BCT, 10MTN DIV
BLDG10200
FORT DRUM, NY 13602
315.774.2505
NUMBER DAYS LEAVE 10. DATES
a. ACCRUED
N/A
b. REQUESTED
N/A
c. ADVANCED
N/A
d. EXCESS
N/A
a. FROM
19 JUL 09
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22 JUL 09
D VTLE/SF 1 7"
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11. SIGNATURE OF REQUESTOR 12. SUPERVISOR RECOMMENDATION/SIGNATURE
0 APPR^/ AL • DISAPPROVAL
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DEPARTURE
a. DATE b. TIME c. NAME/TITLE/SIGNATURE OF DEPARTURE AUTHORITY
15. DEPARTURE
a. NUMBER DAYS b. DATE APPROVED c. NAME/TITLE/SIGNATURE OF APPROVAL AUTHORITY
16.
DEPARTURE
a. DATE b. TIME c. NAME/TITLE/SIGNATURE OF RETURN AUTHORITY
17. REMARKS
Chargeable leave is from to
PART II - EMERGENCY LEAVE TRANSPORTATION AND TRAVEL
18. You are authorized to proceed on official travel in connection with emergency leave and upon completion of your leave and travel will
return to home station (or location) designated by military orders. You are directed to report to the Aerial Port of Embarkation (APOE) for
onward movement to the authorized international airport designated in your travel documents. All additional travel is chargeable to leave.
Do not depart the installation without reservations or tickets for authorized space required transportation. File a no-pay travel voucher with
a copy of your travel documents or boarding pass within 5 working days after your return. Submit request for leave extensions to your
commander. The American Red Cross can assist you in notifying your commander of your request for extension of leave.
19. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SCHEDULING RETURN TRANSPORTATION:
For return military travel reservations in CONUS call the MAC Passenger Reservation Center (PRC):
Shni i l r l vni i r pni i i r p ot hpr aggi gf anr^p r ai l P A P
20. DEPARTED UNIT 21. ARRIVED APOD 22. ARRIVED APOE (retum only) 23 ARRIVED HOME UNIT
24.
PART III - DEPENDENT TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION
25, Q (Space available or required cash reimbursable) D ONEWAY D ROUND TRIP
• (Space required) TRANSPORTATION AUTHORIZED FOR DEPENDENTS LISTED IN BLOCK NO. 25
DEPENDENT INFORMATION
a. DEPENDENTS (Lasf name, firsf, Ml) b. RELATIONSHIP c. DATES OF BIRTH (Children) d. PASSPORT NUMBER
PART IV - AUTHENTICATION FOR TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION
26. DESIGNATION AND LOCATION OF HEADQUARTERS 27. ACCOUNTING CITATION
28. DATE ISSUED 29. TRAVEL ORDER NUMBER 30. ORDER AUTHORIZING OFFICIAL (Title and signature) OR AUTHENTICATION
DA FORM 31, SEP 93
EDITION OF 1 AUG 75 IS OBSOLETE ORIGINAL 1
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
United States Array Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca
Fort Huachuca, Arizona 8 5 613 -6000
ORDERS 193-00013 11 July 2008
MANNI NG BRADLEY EDWARD PV2 USAICFH CO D (STU) 305 (W1E8I8) - -
United States Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca, Fort Huachuca, AZ 85613-6000
You wi l l proceed on permanent change of station as shown.
Assigned to: 2^° 10™ DI V REPL DET (WBDAAB) FT DRUM NY 13602
Reporting date: 14 SEPTEMBER 2008
Additional instructions: (a) Dependents: NO
(b) I f you ship personal property at Government expense, contact the Transportation Office at your
new duty station iinmediately after arrival to arrange for delivery.
(c) You are required to report to the Family Housing/Housing Referral Office serving your new
duty station before you make housing arrangements for renting, leasing, or purchasing any
off-post housing.
(d) Soldier is authorized up to 14 days permissive temporary duty to participate in the
Hometown Recruiter Assistance Program i f indicated on an approved DA 31 signed by a LTC or
• above. ^
(e) You are responsible for reporting to your next duty station/school in satisfactory physical
condition, able to pass the Army Physical Fitness Test and meet weight standards.
(f) You will submit a travel voucher for this travel to the custodian of your finance records within
15 days after completion of travel.
(g) Report to building 61820, Davis Hall, room 149 (back entrance), with 15 copies of your PCS
orders within 5 days of receipt to arrange for transportation appointments,
(h) Leave data as stated on Department of the Army Form 31.
(i) Al l Soldiers being reassigned are required to clear through the Housing Offline. Soldiers residing
in Goverrunent quarters are required to report to the Termination Section,
Housing Division, Building 1415, Rhea Street, withiri.five days after receipt of this order.
(j) You are to contact commander of gaining organization not later than 10 days after receipt of '
orders i f any special requirements exist for medical, dental, or educational facilities at next duty
station.
(k) You are required to forward a DA form 3955 (change of address card) with your new home
address to your PERSCOM assignment manager within 30 days of arrival at your new duty.
(1) Travel by privately owned conveyance is authorized from Ft. Huachuca, AZ to new duty station,
(m) Early report date is authorized.
(n) Losing Command/Soldier should ensure transportation arrangements are made to final
destination of Watertown Int'l Airport, Watertown, NY.
(o) When a CTO is available but the traveler arranges transportation through a non contract travel
agent or common carrier direct purchase, reimbursement is limited to the amount the Government
would have paid i f the arrangements had been made directly through a CTO.
You ^Hl start in-processmg on:
At 1300 report to Cl ark Hal l
Room Al -39
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
AFDR-BBA-HC ^ ^ 3 JULY 2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In-processing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
HHC BDE, 2D BCT
Personal Data Sheet
Name: (Last, First, Middle) 1 ^ fi^W N) TKl Cr ^ B^ ^ OL f * ^ . ^
SSN: Grade: f . QL DOR: 3. APf i 0 5
BASD: ETS: I OCT I I
DOB: i n p e c S H- Race: CWCMIA^T^ Blood Type: _OPOS
Religion: ^ Qf ^ Ai J Ct ^THoLl C Marital Status: STt-^CrL^ Separate Rations:
Primary MOS: 3 S F " Secondary MOS:
ASI: / / / / / /
PBED: DEROS:
Air Assault: Airborne: Ranger: BIB: CIB: GT Score: l <33
Combat Life Saver@N (date: H ^ T f ^ B ^ ( ^ SG^ GED College©N (# C r e d i t s : ^ )
Colleage Semister hrs: College Degree Y / Q Degree: —
Security Clearance: Tsj^CX" / Army Knowledge Online Account: t'CM. fn^>f>fS\00^(5^ J
type status account a d d r ^
Promotable Y/N Sequence Number:
ACU/T: ACU/B: XS\ ( S Hat: 1 ' / ^ Boot: ^ k Glove: ^
o
H e i g h t : W e i g h t : jSkO Eye Color: BLUj Hair Color: QLW^Dt Gl asses^N Inserts
(S/N
Place of Birth: OKL^MCV^A c m . O K l Home of Record: ^ o T a ^ A ( ^
Local Address:
Street: City:
Zip Code: Home Phone #:
Cell Phone #: Beeper #:
10
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
AFDR-BBA-HC ^ ^ 3 JULY 2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In-processing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
HHC BDE Company PersongI Data Sheet cont.
Next of Kin (parents and/or grandparents)
Mother
Name: S u f A N YVK^NKjlK^Q
Street: City:
State: Zip Code:
Area Code and Phone #:
Area Code and Cell #:
Father
Name: 9 f t . Xf i U SOwAd P m A w w l WO ^
Street: City:
State: Zip Code:
Area CocJe and Phone #:
Area Code and Cell #:
Wife
Name: k)/^A
Children
Names and DOB:
/V/ A
Area Code and Home #:
Area Code and Cell #:
11
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
• AFDR-BBA-HC ^ 3 JULY 2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In-processing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
HHC BDE Company Personal Data Sheet cont.
Awards/Decorations:
Military Schools and Dates graduated: ^.LJS> C Pg-Vp (D^C^
Past Duty Assignments:
Date of last
APFT: 1 J v ; u O §
APFT Score:
QL^H-
• Weapon Qualification -
Weapon Type: A@» OO- l b Score/Rating: 31 / SO Date:^^) FSB
Weapon Type: Score/Rating: Date:
SRM: Score/Rating: Date:
SRM: Score/Rating: Date:
• POV Information -
Make:
Color:
License Plate #:
Post Decal #:
Drivers Liscense #:_
Insurance CO:
Model:
Year: _
State:
Expiration:
state:
Policy*:. Expiration Date:
12
^ AFDRBBA-HC ^ ^ 3JULY2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In-processing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
HHC BDE Company Personal Data Sheet cont.
^ Military Licenses^
Equipment: Date Issued:
Equipment: Date Issued:
Equipment: Date Issued:
Equipment: Date Issued:
Equipment: Date Issued:
Equipment: Date Issued:
Equipment: Date Issued:
Equipment: Date Issued:
Equipment: Date Issued:
Equipment: Date Issued:
13
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
HEADQUARTERS AND HEADQUARTERS
2D BCT, 10^" MOUNTAIN DIVISION (LI)
FORT DRUM, NEW YORK 13602
AFDR-BBA-HC 3 JULY 2008
MEMORANDUM FOR All 2D BCT, HHC BDE Company Personnel
SUBJECT: Commander's Policy Letter # 5 Personnel In-processing Standard Operating
Procedures (SOP).
1. Purpose. Identify what is required for the reception and in-processing of all
incoming soldiers.
2. Basic Philosophy. Our soldiers are a valuable asset. One of the best things that we
can do to set them up for success is to give them plenty of time initially to take care of
anything which they need to update, settle, or fix. We will give them all the needed
"authorized sham time" up front even if this causes them to miss important training
events. We may have to send them to qualify or briefings, but after that they will
continue getting settled. The bottom line is that we will give them plenty of time (up to
two weeks) up front and then we will work them long and hard for several years after
that.
3. Mandatory requirements before any soldier is allowed to perform any duties in the
company are as follows.
a. Complete all in-processing for the installation, BN, and the company.
b. Initial counseling from the chain of command.
c. Family settled in a house, with all household goods, and provided time to get
everything unpacked.
d. All equipment issued and set-up IAW (In Accordance With) current SOPs.
e. Provided an opportunity to review and understand all policies and SOPs.
4. Responsibilities,
a. 1SG
(1) Manage the distribution and allocation of enlisted personnel within HHC BDE,
Assign incoming soldiers to a section.
(2) Ensure the incoming soldier meets with the commander within the first five
working days.
(3) Initial Brief on all off limits areas, NY State DUI/BWI, Passes, Co Area,
Discipline, Barracks.
AFDR-BBA-HC ^ ^ 3JULY2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In processing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
(4)NCO' swi l l bebri efedonCO,BNSDNCOandaddedtoDA-^
b PSO^ Section Sergeants
(^)Manage the distribution and allocation of enlisted personnel within their platoons
Section Assign incoming soldierstoadutyposition
(2) Ensuretheincomingsoldiermeetswiththecommanderwithinthefirstfive
working days
(3) Assign the soldierabarracks room if he is single or unaccompanied
Oeographicalbachelorswillberequiredtofindaplaceoffpost
(4) Ensurethesoldierhasthebasicnecessitiesforduty l^inen, shaving kit, proper
uniforms,etc
(5) AdministeradiagnosticAPFT to thesoldierandconductaWeighin'within the
first30daysofassignmenttothecompany Ifthiswasconductedatreplacementthisis
acceptable
(^) Inspect the soldier'sPO^,IAW applicable regulations,within the first week of
assignment File inspection results in the soldier'scounseling packet
c. Section Leader, Within the first five working days of assignment, instruct the
soldier on basic section tactical SOPs (The soldier'sposition in different tactical
movementformations, squad lineardangerarea techniques, hand and arm signal
SOPs,etc ) Execute afterduty hours,if required,to meet five day standard.
d Squad l^eaders
(^)Withinthefirsttwodaysofasoldier'sassignmentto HHC BDE, the squad
leaderwillinventorythesoldier'sTA-50issuefromCIFandallotherOrganizational
Clothing and Individual Equipment(OCIE) Ensurethatallequipmentthesoldiersigned
for is present. Within the first five days,the squad leader will check al l TA50 for
appropriate markings IAW Co SOP (Name tapes, ^cat eyes', etc )
(2) Issue the soldier an updated alert roster.
(3) Withinthe firstthreedutydaysof assignment, the newsoldier'ssquad leader
willconducttheinitialcounselingofthesoldier^erifyinthecounselingthatthesoldier
has read and fully understands the Company policy letters.
3 HHC BOECompanyinprocessing packet confainsthe following:
a Packet Cover Sheet
b Personal Data Sheet
c Supply In processing Sheet
d. Initial Counseling Checklist
AFDR-BBA-HC ^ ^ 3JULY2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In-processing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
4 Coordinating Instructions
a. New soldiers will report immediately to the^SO'soffice The Company
Commanderwillnormallyspeakwith incoming soldiers immediafelyfollowingthe^SO,
but certainly before five working days.
b Anew soldier'sfirst line supervisor(normally his squad leader) will escort him
through the inprocessing stepstoensurethathecompleteseach item on the in-
processing checklist
c Packetcoversheet The training room will fill outthecoversheet header The
Training Room NCO,Armorer,NBC NCO,and each member of the soldier'schain of
command initials nextto each task undertheappropriate heading once the taskis
complete In process in the order of the cover sheet
d Personal Data Sheet The soldier will complete the personal data sheet His
Squad leader(orfirst line supervisor) will check it and ensure accuracy The training
room is responsibleforenteringthe information intothecompanydatabase
e Supply In processing Sheet Follow the instruction on the sheet.
f Initial Counseling Checklist The incoming soldier'sfirst line supervisorwill review
and complete the checklist with the soldier The soldierwill read the Company policy
letters, and sign thechecklistalongwith the firstline supervisor
5 The POCforthis memorandum isthe undersigned at4-2430
EDWARDSWALTER
CPT,MI
Commanding
AFDR-BBA-HC ^ ^ 3 JULY 2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In-processing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
HHC BDE. 2D BCT
IN-PROCESSING COVER SHEET
Name and Rank: P ^ A N U i N G , B R^ CXj ^ & \ P V ^ Platoon:
Sponsor's Name and Rank: ^ S G A N X C / ^
Squad Leader: S56 MTC^
Team Leader: ^ / i \
• Training Room
1. Establish HHC BDE primary folder for soldier 7. _
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
File SRP Packet
Retain 1 copy of assignment orders
Retain 1 copy of ERB/ORB
Update HHC BDE Database
Retain or initiate APFT card
8. _
9. _
10..
11.
Initiate reenlistment card
Retain copy of last Qualification
Copy of latest NCOER/OER
. Issue single soldiers Room Key
_ Obtain Mailbox for single soldiers
Note: Chain of Command must assign the soldier a weapon, weapon number, NVD
number, and any other arms room equipment the soldier is responsible for.
• Arms Room
1. Initiate required equipment cards
2. Issue sensitive item Bll to individual soldiers
• NBC
1- Assign Mask 2. _
3. Conduct PATs testing, 4. _
Order Optical Inserts if required
Measure for J-S List.
• Suppiv (SEE ATTACHED SHEET)
• Chain of Command Briefings
1. | Wu(/^quad Leader
2. W^A Section Sergeant
4.
5.
First Sergeant
Commander
3.
r
Section Leader
Signature of Training NCO (When Completed),
AFDR-BBA-HC ^ ^ 3 JULY 2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In-processing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
HHC BDE Company Personal Data Sheet Date:
HHC BDE. 2D BCT
SUPPLY IN-PROCESSING SHEET
(WITHIN 72 HOURS)
Supply Sergeant
Initials
Action Team Leader
Initials
• Turn in copy of CIF print out (unit copy)
• Complete inspection of personal clothing DA form
3078
• Complete inspection of CIF issue DA forM 3645-1A
• Complete and turn in high dollar value item sheet
• Issue linen if required
• Issue the following items:
- Blank adaptor
- 7 magazines
- Assault pack
- Knee pads
- Elbow pads
- BLIPS or SPECS
- Cleaning kit
- Luminous Tape
* Soldiers must turn in CIF unit copy, DA Form 3078, and DA Form 3645-1A before supply
will issue items.
AFDR-BBA-HC ^ ^ 3JULY2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In processing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
OOE, 20 OCT
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AFDRBBAHC 3JUI^Y2008
808^ECT^Personnel Inprocessing Standard Operating Procedure
1 The following outline is to be used asachecklist for NewSoldier Reception and
Integrationcounseling
2 Squad Leaders (first line supervisors)will discuss the following checklist with their
newSoldierAftereach section iscomplete, the incoming soldierwill initial nextto the
number Once the counseling session is complete, the soldierwill read the Company
policy letters and sign the appropriate line on the last pageofthis packet
AOrugAbuse^Useof controlled substances
Llllegaldrugsareeasilyavailable
2 No second chancesfordruguse^ drug use^recommendationforseparation
3Revi ewCID investigation of^The Dungeon" andtheBattalionCommander'sletter
to soldiers
4Reviewarticle"DrugAbuserl^ooksBackatBad Choices"
5 Urinalysis: ^00^ at least once every other months ^ 0 ^ twice per month
^ Narcotic Detection Dog Inspections
B. Alcohol Abuse
LMost misconduct is alcohol related
2Drinking underage is prohibited in and out ofthe barracks
3 Drinking and driving: zero tolerance
4Breathalyzertesting:refusingtotakeitisnotanoption^refusing^disobeyinga
l awful order
5. Alcohol abuse leads to many other problems
6. Alcohol related incident will warrant entry into ADAPCP
C Local Orientation
LBri ef local area issues to include "off limits"establishments
2Swimming and watersports, drowning,buddysystem
O.l^i^itarya^pear^ooo^ military ^eario^^aoc^o^i^ooo^uot
LHaircut
2 Uniform: ACU' sPT,andClassA
3. Courtesy to NCOs^ discipline
4 Courtesy to officers^ stand at attention until told otherwise
5ReviewhistoricalAr^icle15listing
AFDR-BBA-HC ^ ^ 3 JULY 2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In-processing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
6. Overweight program
E. Counseling and promotions
1. Monthly performance counseling
2. Review time-in-grade/ time-in-service promotion chart
3. Promotion Waiver boards
4. Promotion boards/soldier of the month boards
F. Indebtedness
1. Determine if the Soldier is having any pay problems
2. Bad check writing is prohibited; possible UCMJ offense
3. Separation from the military for extreme indebtedness
4. Government Credit Card Policies
G. Barracks visitation policy
1. Sign-in roster at Battalion staff duty desk
2. Time standards: Night before duty days, out by 2300; Weekends 0200
H. Physical Training
1. Review company policy letter
2. APFT failure policy
3. The foundation of their job
4. Diagnostic APFT (within 7 days)
5. Record APFT (after 90 days)
I. Military Schools
1. Review company policy letter
2. Most schools related to APFT
J. Equal Opportunity Program
1. Review company policy letter ^
2. Monthly Heritage Celebrations
K. Open Ooor Policy
1. Review Company Policy
L Families
1. HHC BDE Company Family Readiness Group
2. DEERS
3. Delta Dental
4. Wills and power of attorney
AFDRBBAHC ^ ^ 3JULY2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In-proccssing Standard Operating Procedures(SOP).
6 Family Care Plan^EFMP
7 Command sponsorship procedures
8. Domestic violence
9 Status of Housing/^Ouarters Inspection (within 72 hours)
M. Orientation toward the L^nit
LUni t History andTraditions
2 Missions and Activities
3. Chain of Command and NCO Support Channel
4Soldiers Duty assignmentandit'simportance to the unit
5Currenttrainingcycleandwhatnormallyoccursduring each training cycle
6 Equipment SOP
7Ti edownSOP
8 Battle Drill SOP
9. Weapons Familiarization^PMI
l^.l^eave and Pass Policies
^. Mileage passes past Syracuse
2 CanadaS2brief
3 Privilege notaright
O. Daily and weekly recurring events
LDai l y
- 0545 sick call
- 0700 PT Formation
- 0930 Work Call Formation Inspections DAILY
- launch typicallyfrom1130-1300
- 1700 Closeout formation
2Weekly
Mondays will be command maintenance
WednesdaysareFootmarchdaysand Sergeant's TimeTraining
P.89f6ty
LPO^safety^lnspection (within 72 hours)
2 Privately Owned Weapons; registered^stored in the Arms Room
3. Hot/^Cold weather injuries
4 B^00Y SYSTEM USE ITII
0. Policy betters
LRead all Policy l^etters
2 Ouestions7
2 lhave been thoroughly briefed and counseled on what is expected of me asa
8
AFDR-BBA-HC ^ ^ 3 JULY 2008
SUBJECT: Personnel In-processing Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
Soldier assigned to HHC BDE. I fully understand everything that has been discussed
above and will accept responsibility for my actions.
Nari)^/_^aDk^/^Signa^^ Date ^ ^
^ ^ ' ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ = ^ —
Name / Rank / Signature of Counselor / Date
^sc X 4n/a SSC ^^a^^Htir— ^ 0y
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"^^0 REQUEST AND AUTHORITY FOR LEAVE
is form is subject to the Privacy Act of 1974, For use of this form, see AR 600-8-10,
The proponent agency is DCS, G-1, (See instructions on reverse.)
1. CONTROL NUMBER
PART I
2, NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
MANNING, BRADLEY E.
3. SSN

4 RANK
PV2 20081204
6. LEAVE ADDRESS (Sfreef, City, State, ZIP Code and
Phone No.)
7. TYPE OF LEAVE
ORDINARY I J
PERMISSIVE TDY
EMERGENCY
" " 1 OTHER
8 ORGN, STATION, AND PHONE NO.
HHC, 2 BCT, 10 MTN DIV
FORT DRUM, NEW YORK
(315)772-7347
NUMBER DAYS LEAVE 10. DATES
a. ACCRUED
\ 8
b REQUESTED
12
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d. EXCESS a. FROM
20081222
b TO
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13. SIGNATURE AND TITLE OF
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15. EXTENSION
a NUMBER DAYS b. DATE APPROVED C, NAME/TITLE/SIGNATURE OF APPROVAL AUTHORITY
16. RETURN
a. DATE
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b, TIME c NAME/TITLE/SIGNATURE OF F^TURN AUTHORITY
17. REMARKS
povAAiD oN» \?e'<;/sTf/e. x^7M<J ^or /tf/f//<^P /j/ bO^(o
Chargeable l eav^ is from
cPP^ O<^ ,^ c:^ 56( ^6^
PART II - EMERGENCY LEAVE TRANSPORTATION AND TRAVEL
18. You are authorized to proceed on official travel in connection with emergency leave and upon completion of your leave and travel will
return to home station (or location) designated by military orders. You are directed to report to the Aerial Port of Embarkation (APOE) lor
onward movement to the authorized international airport designated in your travel documents. All additional travel is chargeable to leave.
Do not depart the installation without reservations or tickets for authorized space required transportation. File a no-pay travel voucher with a
copy of your travel documents or boarding pass within 5 working days after your return. Submit request for leave extension to your
commander. The American Red Cross can assist you in notifying your commander of your request for extension of leave.
19 INSTRUCTIONS FOR SCHEDULING RETURN TRANSPORTATION:
For return military travel reservations in CONUS call the MAC Passenger Reservation Center (PRC):
Should you require other assistance call PAP:
20. DEPARTED UNIT 21 ARRIVED APOD 22, ARRIVED APOE (return only) 23, ARRIVED HOME UNIT
24 PART III - DEPENDENT TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION
25. (Space available or required cash reimbursable)
L J
ONE WAY n ROUND TRIP
(Space required) TRANSPORTATION AUTHORIZED FOR DEPENDENTS LISTED IN BLOCK NO 25
DEPENDENT INFORMATION
a. DEPENDENTS (Last name, First. Ml) b. RELATIONSHIP c DATES OF BIRTH (Children) d PASSPORT NUMBER
PART IV - AUTHENTICATION FOR TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION
26 DESIGNATION AND LOCATION OF HEADQUARTERS 27 ACCOUNTING CITATION
28 DATE ISSUED 29 TRAVEL ORDER NUMBER 30. ORDER AUTHORIZING OFFICIAL (Title and signature) ORAUTHENTICATION
DA FORM 31, SEP 1993 EDITION OF 1 AUG 75 IS OBSOLETE
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PERSONNEL ACTION
For use of this form, see AR 600-8-6 and DA PAM 600-8-21; the proponent agency is ODCSPER
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974
AUTHORITY:
PRINCIPAL PURPOSE:
ROUTINE USES:
DISCLOSURE:
Title 5, Section 3012; Title 10, USC, E.O. 9397.
Used by soldier In accordance with DA PAM 600-8-21 when requesting a personnel action on his/her own behalf
(Section III),
To initiate the processing of a personnel action being requested by the soldier.
Voluntary. Failure to provide social security number may result in a delay or error in processing of the request for
personnel action.
1. THRU (Include ZIP Code) 2. TO (Include ZIP Code)
Commander
2BCT, 10th MTN DIV (LI)
FORT DRUM, NY
3. FROM (Include ZIP Code)
Commander
HHC 2BCT, 10th MTN DIV (LI)
FORT DRUM., NY
SECTION I - PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION
4. NAME (Last, First, Ml)
MANNING, BRADLEY E
5. GRADE OR RANK/PMOS/AOC
E-2/PV2/35F
6. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
SECTION II • DUTY STATUS CHANGE (AR 600-8-6)
7. The above soldier's duty status is changed from to
effective hours.
SECTION III - REQUEST FOR PERSONNEL ACTION
8. I request the following action; (Check as appropriate)
Service School (Enl only) Special Forces Training/Assignment Identification Card
ROTC or Reserve Component Duty On-the-Job Training (Enl only) Identification Tags
Volunteering For Oversea Service Retesting in Army Personnel Tests Separate Rations
Ranger Training Reassignment Married Army Couples Leave - Excess/Advance/Outside CONUS
Reassignment Extreme Family Problems Reclassification Change of Name/SSN/DOB
M
Exchange Reassignment (Enl only) Officer Candidate School
Airborne Training. Asgmt of Pers with Exceptional Family Members
Other (Specify)
Advancement to PFC
9. SIGNATURE OF SOLDIER (When required) 10. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
20090114
SECTION IV - REMARKS (Applies to Sections II, III. and V) (Continue on separate sheet)
REQUEST FOR: ADVANCEMENT TO PRIVATE FIRST CLASS
ACTION:
a. RANK APPOINTED TO: PFC
b. MOS AWARDED: N/A
c. MOS WITHDRAWN: N/A
d. EFFECTIVE DATE: 20081002
e. DATE OF RANK: 20081002
f. AUTHORITY: AR 600-8-19
g. ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS: TIS/TIG WAIVER HAS BEEN GRANTED
SECTION V - CERTIFICATION/APPROVAUDISAPPROVAL
11. 1 certify that the duty status change (Section II) or that the request for personnel action (Section III)
HAS BEEN VERIFIED RECOMMEND APPROVAL RECOMMEND DISAPPROVAL
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IS APPROVED 1 1 IS DISAPPROVED
12. COMMANDER/AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE
V
EDWARD S. WALTER CPT, MI, CMD
13 SIGNATURE
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14. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
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DA FORM 4187, JAN 2000
PREVIOUS EDITIONS ARE OBSOLETE APD PE V1.00ES
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1) Check In:
Jenine Parker
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Jenine Parker
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FT. DRUM MEDICAL SRC SOLDIER CHECKLIST
Please provide checklist to every Soldier a week before arriving at the Medical SRC
processing site.
Soldiers must bring the following items to the medical SRC site during processing:
1. DD 2766 Deployment Record
2 Medical Record
3. Any Profiles
4. Yellow Shot Card PHS 731
5. Two pairs of glasses and one pair of inserts
6. Medical warning tags (in applicable)
7. Hearing aids with one year supply of batteries (if applicable)
8. Two pairs of glasses and 1 set of mask inserts (if applicable)
Notes:
*Must have in hand two pair of glasses and one set of gas mask inserts or soldier will not be
cleared,
* Annual Hearing Exam -Soldiers need annual hearing exam to clear SRC
""FEMALES - pregnancy test will be done at SRC. Females must have results from pap smear
within one year of deploying.
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RECORD OF EMERCENCYDATA Page 1 of2
NAME: MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD SSN:
RECORD OF EMERGENCY DATA
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: 5 USC 552, 10 USC 655, 1475 to 1480 and 2771, 38 USC 1970, 44 USC 3101, and EO 9397 (SSN).
PRINCIPAL PURPOSES: This form is used by military personnel and Department of Defense civilian and contractor personnel, collectively referred to
as civilians, when applicable. For military personnel, it is used to designate beneficiaries for certain benefits in the event of the Service member's
death. It is also a guide for disposition of that member's pay and allowances if captured, missing or interned. It also shows names and addresses of
the person(s) the Service member desires to be notified in case of emergency or death. For civilian personnel, it is used to expedite the notification
process in the event of an emergency and/or death of the member. The purpose of soliciting the SSN is to provide positive identification. All items
may not be applicable.
ROUTINE USES: None.
DISCLOSURE: Voluntary; however, failure to provide accurate personal identifier information and other solicited information will delay notification and
the processing of benefits to designated beneficiaries if applicable.
INSTRUCTIONS TO SERVICE MEMBER
This extremely important form is to be used by you to show the names and
addresses of your spouse, children, parents, and any other person(s) you
would like notified if you become a casualty (other family members or fiance),
and, to designate beneficiaries for certain benefits if you die. IT IS YOUR
RESPONSIBILITY to keep your Record of Emergency Data up to date to show
your desires as to beneficiaries to receive certain death payments, and to
show changes in your family or other personnel listed, for example, as a result
of marriage, civil court action, death, or address change.
INSTRUCTIONS TO CIVILIANS
This extremely important form is t<3 be used by you to show the
names and addresses of your spouse, children, parents, and any
other person(s) you would like notified if you become a casualty.
Not every item on this form is applicable to you. This form is used
by the Department of Defense (DoD) to expedite notification in
the case of emergencies or death. It does not have a legal impact
on other forms you may have completed with the DoD or your
employer.
IMPORTANT: This form is divided into two sections: Section 1 - Emergency Contact Information and Section 2 - Benefits Related
Information. READ THE INSTRUCTIONS ON PAGES 3 AND 4 BEFORE COMPLETING THIS FORM.
SECTION 1 - EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION
1. NAME (Last First. Middle Initial)
MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD
3a. SERVICE/CIVILIAN CATEGORY
ARMY NAVY MARINE CORPS
4a. SPOUSE NAME (if applicable (Last, First, Middle Initial)
SINGLE
2. SSN

b. REPORTING UNIT CODE/DUTY STATION
CONTRACTOR WBDAAA / FT DRUM
b. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
5. CHILDREN
a. NAME (Last, First Middle Initial)
b. RELATIONSHIP c. DATE OF BIRTH d. ADDRESS (include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE
(YYYYMMDD) NUMBER
None.
6a. FATHER NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
BRIAN EDWARD MANNING
7a. MOTHER NAME fi-ast. First, Middle Initial)
SUSAN MARY MANNING
8a. DO NOT NOTIFY DUE TO ILL HEALTH
None.
9a. DESIGNATED PERSON(S) (Military Only)
None.
10. CONTRACTING AGENCY AND TELEPHONE NUMBER (Contractors only)
b. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
b. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
b. NOTIFY INSTEAD
b. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
DD FORM 93 (E), JAN 2008 PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE
NAME: MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD SSN:
SECTION 2 - BENEFITS RELATED INFORMATION
11a. BENEFICIARY(IES) FOR DEATH GRATUITY
(Military only)
TYLER RAYMOND WATKINS
b. RELATIONSHIP c. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE
NUMBER
OTHER
12a. BENEFICIARY(IES) FOR UNPAID PAY/ALLOWANCES
(Military only) NAME AND RELATIONSHIP
BRIAN EDWARD MANNING (FATHER)
13a. PERSON AUTHORIZED TO DIRECT DISPOSITION (PADD)
b. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE
NUMBER
b. ADDRESS (Include ZIP Code) AND TELEPHONE NUMBER
d. PERCENTAGE
100
C. PERCENTAGE
100
(b) (6)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6)
(b) (6)
(b) (6)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
RECORD OF EMERGENCY DATA
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NAME: MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD SSN:
(Military only) NAME AND RELATIONSHIP
14. CONTINUATION/REMARKS
15. SIGNATURE OF SERVICE MEMBER/CIVILIAN (Includerank, rate, or 16. SIGNATURE OF WITNESS (Include rank, rate or 17. DATE SIGNED
^grade if applicable) grade as appropriate) (YYYYMMDD)
^ ^ ^ ^ B ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
DD FORM 93 (E)(BACK),JAN 2008
(b) (6)
(b) (6)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
SERVICEMEN'S GROUP LIFE INSURANCE ELECTION AND CERTIFICATE Page 1 of 1
Please read the i nst ruct i ons before compl et i ng thi s f orm
Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance Election and Certificate
Use this form to: (check all thai apply)
Name or update your beneficiary
Reduce the amount of your insurance coverage
Decline insurance coverage
I mport ant : This form is for use by Active Duty and
Reserve members. This form does not apply to and
cannot be used for any other Government Life
Insurance.
Last name
MANNING
First name
BRADLEY
Middle name
EDWARD
Suf. Rank, title or grade
PFC
Social Security Number

Branch of Service(Do not abbreviate)
Army
Current Duty Location
WBDAAA
Amount of Insurance
By law, you are automatically insured for $400,000. If you want $400,000 of i nsurance, skip to Beneficiary(ies) and Payment Options.
If you want l ess than $400,000 of insurance, please check the appropriate block below and write the amount desired and your
initials.Coverage is available in increments of $50,000. If you do not want any i nsurance' , check the appropriate block below and write (in
your own handwriting), "I do not want insurance at this time."
Decl i ni ng SGLI coverage al so cancel s all f ami l y coverage under the SGLI program.
I want coverage in the amount of $ Your initials
(Write "I do not want Insurance at this time.")
' Note: Reduced or refused insurance can only be restored by completing form SGLV 8285 with proof of good health and compliance with other
requirements. Reduced or refused insurance will also affect the amount of VGLI you can convert to upon separation from service.
Beneficiary(ies) and Payment Options
I designate the following beneflciary(ies) to receive payment of my insurance proceeds. I understand that the principal beneficlary(ies) will receive
payment upon my death. If all principal beneficiaries predecease me, the insurance will be paid to the contingent beneficiarv(ies).
Complete Name (first, middle, last) and Address of each
beneficiary
Pri nci pal
Conti ngent
Social Security
Number
(If known)
Relationship to
you
OTHER
AUNT
Share to each
beneficiary
(Use %, $ amounts
or fractions)
100%
100%
Payment Option
(Lump sum or 36
equal monthly
payments)
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DEPLOYMENT CYCLE SUPPORT (DCS) CHECKLIST
For use of this form, see Army Directive 2007-02; the proponent agency is DCS, G-1.
DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974
AUTHORITY: 10 USC Section 3013, Secretary ofthe Army; Department of the Army Deptoyment Cycle Support (DCS) Directive; and EO 9397
^SSA^I.
PURPOSE: To provide a standardized means to evaluate readiness posture and validate military and non-military personnel for deployment.
ROUTINE USES: The "Blanket Routine Uses" set forth at the beginning of the Army compilation of systems of records notice apply.
DISCLOSURE: Voluntary. However, failure to update and confinn information is correct may impede processing time and deployability status.
The Deployment Cycle Support Checklist is filed in the Deployment Packet to complete the action.
A copy remains at the losing organization.
1. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
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10. TRAVEL STATUS
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11. DATE OF BIRTH CyYYYMMDDj
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12. ARMY COMMANDS 13. DATE ARRIVED IN THEATER (YYYYMMDD)
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16. REFRAD DATE (YYYYMMDD) 17. DEPLOYMENT COUNTRY
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b. MOBILIZATION
C NC
c. DEPLOYMENT
C NC
d. EMPLOYMENT
C NC
e. REDEPLOYMENT
C NC
f. POST-DEPLOYMENT
C NC
g. RECONSTITUTION
C I I NC
h. CDR VALIDATION MEMO
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SECTION I - DCS VALIDATION
Part A - Accuracy Statement: I understand I am certified for reconstitution and, to the best of my knowledge, all information contained in this
document is correct and cun-ent.
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Line Leader/Immediate Supervisor's Authentication I have authenticated the information contained in this checklist as correct and
cun-ent.
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Part C - Commander's Acknowledgment: (Commanders may approve an individual for reconstitution based on the certifying official's
recommendation, criticality, and mission needs, unless otherwise indicated.) I acknowledge the checklist findings.
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Part D - DCS Validation: ALL DEPLOYMENT CYCLE SUPPORT requirements re updated and all DCS requirements completed.
26. PRINTED NAME (Validationg Official)
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30. DATE ('YYVYM/WDDJ 1. UNIT 32. ADDRESS
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SECTION IV - Employment Stage (Continued)
Legal Assi stance Offi ce
Counseling on civil matters provided, as required
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Tax classes / information for spouses provided, as required
X
DEERS / RAPIDS / ID Card Offi ce
ID Cards / ID Tags updated, as required
X
DEERS / RAPIDS enrollment completed, as required
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DEERS / RAPIDS data entry and date for residential address completed, as required
X
SECTION V - Redepl oyment Stage
Uni t Commander / Unit Leadershi p
Single Soldiers identified and support ensured
X
Unit Refresher / Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response training completed
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Leave schedule published
X
Investigations (e.g. Line of Duty, AR 15-6) initiated and completed, as required
X
Disciplinary and adverse administrative actions finalized, as required
X
Soldiers counseled on requirement to provide financial support to family while deployed
y
OERs, NCOERs, civilian evaluations, and awards completed, as required
X
Soldier counseling conducted, as required
X
Soldiers identified with potential financial issues referred to financial training or assistance
X
Personnel Reporting System updated
y
CIVTRACKS for DA civilians updated
X
RDC provided with updated redeployment rosters
X
Risk Reduction Reintegration Tip Card utilized
X
Plan and coordinate reunion and homecoming ceremonies
X
Soldiers who PCS and TCS complete the DCS process, as required
X
Unit Mi ni stry Team / Instal l ati on Chaplain
Suicide Awareness and Prevention training conducted
X
Families with reported stress and separation issues identified, as required
X
Small group discussions on deployment experiences facilitated
X
Operation READY Reunion / Reintegration training for Soldier's conducted
Y
Communication with Spouses, Families, and Children training conducted
X
Spouses provided opportunity to take marital assessment
X
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Unit Commander / Unit Leadership
Single Soldiers identified and support ensured
Leave schedule published
Investigations (e.g. Line of Duty, AR 15-6) initiated and completed, as required
Individual career counseling provided, as required
Disciplinary and adverse administrative actions finalized, as required
Sexual Assault Prevention and Response h'aining (Host Country, risk reduction factors) conducted
DA Form 5305-R (Family Care Plan) completed
FRG assessed, trained, and resourced
RDC has completed all U^aining prior to unit deployment
Family readiness plan including unit readiness goals updated
Soldiers counseled on requirement to provide financial support to family while deployed
OERs, NCOERs, civilian evaluations, and awards completed, as required
Soldier counseling conducted, as required
Soldiers identified with potential financial issues referred to financial training or assistance
Command Climate Survey conducted
Soldiers who PCS and TCS complete the DCS process, as required
Soldiers encouraged to communicate with family throughout tiie deployment cycle
Conduct UnitRisk Inventory <URI> NLT-3Q^days prioHo deployment
SIGNATURE OF CERTIFYING OFFICIAL
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Unit Ministry Team / Installation Chaplain
Families identified with reported predeployment stress, as required
Spouses provided opportunity to take marital assessment instrument, as required
Soldiers provided opportunity to complete marital assessment instnjment. as required
Opportunity to attend voluntary marriage education/enrichment woricshops provided, as required
Predeployment Battlemind training for leaders conducted
Predeployment Battlemind training for junior enlisted Soldiers conducted
Leader training on identifying symptoms of distress and suicide tendencies conducted
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s conducted " " ^ ^ ^ I k ^ ^ / / D I I T T
Individuals screened for profile for permanent geographic or climate duty limitation, as required
Preventative Medicine briefing to defeat disease and non-battle Injuries conducted
DD Form 2795 (Pre-Deployment Healtti Assessment Questionnaire) completed
Current status of DoD charge card holders reviewed
Travel advance provided for Soldiers with TCS orders
CTTegal Assistance Office.:?
Wills updated
Power of Attorney provided-
TniinKAtrrig orTri ui l mat t ar g pr nui r t of T"
Legal assistance to RC Soldiers provided, as required
Arm:
Tax class / infomiation for spouses provided, as required
Instal l ati on Management Command
Family Readiness staff shortages (ACS / FAC) identified, as required
AA and RC Family Readiness Groups educated on available services
Families educated about services provided through Military OneSource
Predeployment Battlemind training for spouses conducted
Operation READY Deployment and Children training
Conduct Financial Management Planning for Deployments training
DEERS / RAPIDS / ID Card Office
ID Cards / ID Tags updated, as required
DEERS / RAPIDS enrollment completed, as required
DEERS / RAPIDS data entry and date for residential address completed, as required
W\Q%'2\
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NAME (Last, First Middle)
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Deployment Cycle Support Tasks
DCS VALIDATION
Deployment Cycle Support Tasks
C
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O
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C
O
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P
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SECTION V - Redeployment Stage (Continued)
Personnel Service Center
MMRB, MEB, PEB conducted, as required
X
Medical / Dental Health Teams
Leader training on symptoms of distress and suicide tendencies conducted
X
Individuals screened for medical profile geographic or climate duty limitation, as required
X
Behavioral Health Assessments conducted
X
Soldiers with behavioral or health issues referred
X
Potential family issues identified
X
Health Threat briefing for childcare providers conducted
X
Health Threat briefing for spouses conducted
X
Behavioral Health Threat briefing to alert families conducted
X
Medical Threat briefing for Soldiers and DA civilians conducted
X
Negative health-related behaviors treated and documented (DD Forni 2796)
X
Legal Assistance Office
Provide counseling to families on civil matters, as required
y
Personnel informed on legal rights under Servicemember's Civil Relief Act (SCRA), as required.
X
Legal assistance to RC Soldiers provided, as required
X
Continue to provide tax classes / information to spouses, as required
X
Installation Management Command
Family Readiness staff shortages (ACS / FAC) identified, as required
X
Families with major problems requiring special assistance identified, as required
r
AA and RC Family Readiness Groups educated on available services
X
Families educated about services provided through Military OneSource, as required
X
Families identified and referred who have experienced major problems
X
Reunion / Reintegration training provided to Soldier's spouses
X
FAP program managers and SFPD directors reestablish case continuity
X
Employers involved in home station activities
X
Education and information materials provided to IRR / IMA families
X
DCS infomnation provided to family members
X
Communication with Spouses, Families, and Children training
r
DEERS / RAPIDS / ID Card Office
ID Cards / ID Tags updated, as required
X
DEERS / F5APIDS enrollment completed
X
SIGNATURE OF CERTIFYING OFFICIAL 8b. E-MAIL ADDRESS
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Deployment Cycle Support Tasks
DCS VALIDATION
Deployment Cycle Support Tasks
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N
O
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C
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DATE (YYYYMMDD)
SECTION VI - Post - Deployment Stage
Unit Commander / Unit Leadership
Unit Refresher / Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response training, as required
Individual career counseling provided, as required
Investigations (e.g. Line of Duty, AR 15-6) initiated and completed, as required
Disciplinary and adverse administrative actions finalized, as required
OERs, NCOERs, civilian evaluations, and awards completed, as required
Soldier counseling conducted, as required
Soldiers identified with potential financial issues referred to financial training or assistance
Personnel Reporting System Updated
CIVTRACKS for DA civilians updated
Substance Abuse briefing conducted
Risk Reduction Reintegration Tip Card utilized, as required
Execute reunion and homecoming ceremonies
Safety briefings conducted on POV, etc.
Operator Licenses, registrations, insurance policies, and safety inspections verified
Preseparation counseling (DD Form 2648-1) for RC Soldiers conducted
ACAP services provided to affected Soldiers
Soldiers who PCS and TCS complete the DCS process, as required
Soldiers encouraged to commuicate with family throughout the deployment cycle
Personnel Service Center
DD Form 93 (Record of Emergency Data) updated, as required
VA Fonm SGLV 8285, (Request for Insurance (SGLI)) completed, as required
VA Form SGLV 8286, (Service Member's Group Life Insurance) completed, as required
VA Form SGLV 8285A, (Request for Family Coverage (SGLI)) completed, as required
VA Form SGLV 8286A, (Family Coverage Election (SGLI)) completed, as required
Eligibility for overseas deployment (AR 614-30, Overseas Service) verified, as required
Soldiers and family members educated regarding the impact of personnel policies
Ensured all Soldiers processed con-ectly
RC Soldiers advised of 18-year sanctuary
RC Soldiers reenrolled in MGIB and state tuition assistance programs
MMRB, MEB, PEB conducted, as required
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NAME (Lasf, First Middle) SSN
Deployment Cycle Support Tasks
DCS VALIDATION
Deployment Cycle Support Tasks
C
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P
L
E
T
E
D

N
O
T

C
O
M
P
L
E
T
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D

NA DATE (YYYYMMDD)
SECTION VI - Post - Deployment Stage (Continued)
Unit Ministry Team / Installation Chaplain
Suicide Awareness and Prevention training conducted, as required
Families with reported stress and separation issues identified, as required
Small group discussions on deployment experiences facilitated, as required
Spouses provided opportunity to take marital assessment
Soldiers complete marital assessment instrument
Post-Deployment Battlemind training for Soldiers conducted
Medical / Dental Health Teams
Individuals screened for medical profile geographic or climate duty limitations, as required
Medical record review conducted
TRICARE benefits briefing conducted
Soldiers with behavioral or health issues refen-ed, as required
Medical Threat briefing conducted, as required
Negative health-related behaviors treated and documented (DD Form 2796), as required
Health care extended to DA civilians for deployment related conditions
DA Form 3349 (Medical Profile) completed
Initial TB Test completed
Serum specimens drawn at return to home station (AA) / and DEMOB Station (RC)
Permanent health record updated with deployment health record
Military Pay Office
Current status of DoD charge card holders reviewed
Travel advance provided for Soldiers with TCS orders
Financial briefings conducted
Allotment changes expedited
BAH for AGR Soldiers adjusted
Entitlements / Special Pay reviewed
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SECTION VI - Post - Deployment Stage (Continued)
Legal Assistance Office
Wills updated, as required
Power of Attorney Provided, as required
Counseling on civil matters provided, as required
Personnel informed on legal rights under Servicemember's Civil Relief Act (SCRA), as required
RC personnel informed on legal rights under SCRA
Legal assistance to RC Soldiers provided, as required
Tax classes / information for spouses provided, as required
Claims for personal property submitted
Installation Management Command
Family Readiness staff shortages (ACS / FAC) identified, as required
AA and RC Family Readiness Groups educated on available services, as required
Families educated about services provided through Military OneSource, as required
Families identified and refen-ed who have experienced major problems, as required
DA civilians referred to the Employee Assistance Program Coordinator, as required
DA civilians informed ofthe Office of Worker's Compensation Programs process
Operation READY Reunion / Reintegration training for Soldiers and spouses
Operation Ready Communication with Spouses, Families, and Children training
Operation Ready Post-Deployment Battlemind training for families completed
DEERS / RAPIDS / ID Card Office
ID Cards / ID Tags updated, as required
DEERS / RAPIDS enrollment completed, as required
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
US ARMY INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND
HEADQUARTERS, UNITED STATES ARMY GARRISON, FORT DRUM
10000 10^" MOUNTAIN DIVISION DRIVE
FORT DRUM, NEW YORK 13602-5000
10 AUGUST 2009
ORDER 222-720
2 ^ BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM (WBDAAA) FORT DRUM, NEW YORK 13602-5000
THE FOLLOWING UNIT ACTION IS DIRECTED: GROUP TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION
ACTION: The above Organization is DEPLOYED in a temporary change of station (TCS) as shown below in Support of OPERATION IRAQI
FREEDOM and are to return to your permanent station upon completion ofthe duties in support of this operation. You will submit a reviewed
voucher for this travel to the finance office within 5 working days after retum to home station.
ASSIGNED TO: 2^^ BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM (WBDAAA) UNITED STATES CENTRAL COMMAND AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY (IRAQ
EFFECTIVE DATE: 1 OCTOBER 2009
DEPLOYMENT PERIOD: 365 DAYS OR UNTIL MISSION COMPLETION
ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATION: SEE ATTACHED ANNEX FOR ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATIONS
(FY10/11 AVAILABILITY IS CONTINGENT ON CONGRESS ENACTING APPROPRIATIONS OR AUTHORIZING OPERATIONS UNDER A
CONTINUING RESOLUTION)
IMCOM ISSUED CONTROL NUMBER: SEE ATTACHED ANNEX
CIC: SEE ATTACHED ANNEX
MOVEMENT DESIGNATOR CODE: PME10/PMO10
ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS:
(A) This is a temporary change of station (TCS). Normal PCS entitlements, allowances and relocation of family members are not
authorized. Consolidated Personnel Policy Guidance (PPG) for operations Iraqi Freedom, and Enduring Freedom is on the DCS, G-1
web site: http://wvm.armvq1.armv.mi l /mi l i tarvpersonoel /pol i cv.asp
(B) Soldiers are authorized 4 duffle bags- (1) one personal bag, (2) two issued bags of OCIE and 1 standard carry-on bag that meets
AMC/Contracted flights standards. Size maximum 25x42 or Ruck size 15x10x22; with a maximum weight of 50 pounds. When AMC or
contracted transportation is not available, reimbursement of authorized checked baggage on commercial flights weighing more than 50
pounds to a max of 70 pounds per bag authorized as excess baggage. Upon redeployment from theater Soldiers issued additional
OCIE under the Rapid Fielding Initiative (RFI) are authorized a shipment of one additional bag not to exceed 70 pounds, if not
transported as part of a Military shipment Each Soldier will bring only those Items specified by the PPG or other appropriate authority.
You will be provided a list of those items from your company. This is the maximum quantity of authorized baggage; however, fewer
bags can be taken if Soldier can fit equipment and personal items into a lower number of duffle bags. Each duffle bag must not exceed
70 pounds. No footl ockers or commerci al suitcases are authori zed for movemeot. Soldier will only bring those items specified in
chapter 6 of the PPG. Soldier will be provided a list of those items from unit Commander. Reimbursement of authorized checked
baggage on commercial flights weighing more than 50 pounds to a max of 70 pounds per bag authorized as excess baggage.
(C) Government quarters and dining facilities will be used at the Replacement activity and during deployment. Essential unit mess has
been declared by the Assistant Secretary of the Anmy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) ASA (M&RA) For the Mobilization and
Demobilization Sites not to exceed (10) Days. MOSQ location will provide quarters and mess. The Installation Commander will make
separate determinations as to the availability of mess and quarters and as a last resort will issue a Statement of Non-availability
Statement/Certificate of Non-availability. Per Diem payable is $3.00 per day for CONUS and $3.50 per day for OCONUS. Per Diem will
normally be paid for the travel to gaining station, or Replacement activity unless prohibited by travel circumstances.
(D) For Active Duty Soldiers, basic allowance for housing (BAH) is based upon permanent duty station. For Reserves and Retired
members called or ordered to active duty BAH is based on their principal place of residence wtien called or ordered to the tour of active
duty. Pay entitlements will be based on location IAW DODFMR and applicable messages and regulations.
(E) Unit is required to submit PERSTEMPO Information using flight manifest data. Do not submit departure transactions on unit
deployed. Ensure MDC of "PM" is included.
(F) During period of deployment, gaining/deployed unit Commander has responsibility for personnel service support to include awards
and decorations; UCMJ, and all other forms of personnel and legal administration support except Reserve Component promotion
authority.
(G) Temporary storage of HHG may be authorized, at Government expense for period of contingency operations as provided by
paragraph U4770-A, Joint Federal Travel Regulation for single personnel (both AC and RC), Soldier married to another Soldier when
both are deployed and single Soldier parents when a childcare plan requires dependents to leave the residence. Contact the local
transportation office for assistance. This may impact on the authorization for BAH. Storage of one privately owned vehicle may be
authorized. Soldier must contact the supporting installation transportation officer for requirements. Soldier must complete arrangements
requiring personal presence. Temporary duty (TDY) household goods weight allowance is authorized for CONUS and OCONUS based
on personnel that are on active duty for a period greater than 200 days, excluding those areas designated as hostile fire/imminent
danger pay areas. Contact the Installation Transportation Office, Clark Hall, 2d floor, at 772-6384 for assistance.
ORDER 222-720 t^SAIMCOM HO USAGFORTDRUM,NEWYORI^1^502-5000^ DATED 10 AUG 0^
(H) Soldier Readiness Processing will be accomplished priorto departure from losing installation/home station as stated inAR 61430
(Overseas Service),AR 600 8-10^ (In-Outand Mobilization Processing)ANDDCS,G1PersonnelPolicyGuidancelftheregulations
conflict, follow instructions inAR 614-30 unless otherwise directed by the DCS,G1 PPG.Commanderwill ensure that the completion of
the Readiness Processing requirements and Deployment Checklistwill be included in every 8oldiers Deployment packeL This
requirement includes Soldiers departing onTCS orders individually or asaunlL Soldierwill hand carry out-processing packet; Field
Military Personnel Records Jacket (MPRJ)along with associated transfer documents,records and deployment packet to the gaining
PSC or deployment activity.Deployment packet must contain documents as outlined in the PPG. All Soldiers DD Form 93 and SGLV
must be reviewed and updated as required priorto deployment as stated inAR 600-8-1.MPRJ,Medical and Dental records will not be
forwarded orcan-ied to theater of operations.These records will be maintained atthe servicing home station PSB/MPD.
(I) Passports and VISA are not rec|uired,however,Soldiers9re encouraged to deploy with passport iftheycun-ently have them.
(J)Airtravelan-angements/bookings in conjunction with these orders must be arranged throughaGovernmentTransportation Officer.
Returning Soldiers traveling commercial under emergence conditions must haveaDA FORM 31 annotated that MAC transportation is
notavailableandlssignedbytheTransportation Officer in theater.
(1^) The theaterwill publish amendments to unit and individual orders anytimeaSoldier changes their location out ofthe theater of
operation. Soldiers who have to medically evacuate to Genriany for injury or sickness, orders must be issued to reflect ^n^loc^ili^^^
changes. IfaSoidier is evacuated to Germany for treatment and then further evacuated to CONUS for additional treatment, the hospital
in Germany must then publish orders.The immediate Command authority who controls the Soldier must publish orders to keep track of
SoldieBsmovemenL In addition to orders,aLine of Duty investigation must be initiated to cover injury/sickness to ensure Soldiers
receive con-ect entitlements.
(L) The return ofwartrophies to the states is prohibited. Soldiers will not accept^ANY SOLDIER MAIL"fortransport to theater of
operations.
(M) Use of leave during this deployment is recommended for all Soldiers Acopy of the leave record will be submitted upon completion
of this operation during this period with the final settlement voucher.lf Unable to take leave during this period,apayment of unused
leave is authorized with no impact to career leave sell back of60 days.
FORMAT:745
FOR THE COMMANDER:

* OFFICIAL •
*FORTORllM,NY*
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JAMES A. SWORDS
CHIEF, MILITARY
PERSONNEL DIVISION
DISTRIBUTION
INDIV (187)
CDR, 2D BCT, ATTN: SI , FORT DRUM, NY(1)
DIRECT INQUIRIES CONCERNING THIS ORDER TO PERSONNEL SERVICE BRANCH, FORT DRUM, NEW YORK DSN: 772-5631.
SSN ANNEX ORDER 222-720, DTD 10 AUGUST 2009
HHC 2D BCT
m

NAME SSN GRADE UIC UNIT
ABEL DANIEL BENJAMIN SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
ADAMS JASON DELACE MAJ
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
ADKINS PAUL DAVID
MSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
AIKEY ADAM JASON
SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
APPLEWHITE LORNCE LAMONT JR SGT
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
ARMSTRONG SHAWNE PATRICK MAJ WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
BAKER ERIC STEPHEN
PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
BALDWIN MELVIN JAMES
SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
BALONEK KYLE JACOB
SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
BARNETT CLIFTON C
2LT
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
BENJAMIN JAMAL JONATHAN
SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
BENTHAL JOSEPH MATTHEW
SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
BLUE SHERLONDA LAJUNE
SFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
BOURNE RICHARD ALLEN
SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
BOUVIA PETER HOWARD
SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
BRYAN BRANDON MARCEL
SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
BURRETT JENNIE MARIE SGT
WBDAAA HHC2BCT
BUSH HAROLD MARK
SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
CALLAGHAN JOSEPH MICHAEL SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
CALZADA ROBERTO SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
CARDOZO FELIPE ANTHONY CW2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
CAUDLE SHAWN MAURICE SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
CHAMPAGNE ROBERT THOMAS SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
CHARITY HERBERT NELSON LTC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
CHRABOT MICHAEL PETER
SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
CLAUSEN CLIFFORD DALE MAJ WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
COBBS JOE EDDIE MSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
COLLINS BETH ANN SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
COLLINS COUNTEE III PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
DALBEY JOHN DRYDEN MAJ WBDAAA HHC2BCT
DEAN EARL CLAYTON JR 2LT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
DEBLOIS ROBERT RICHARD SGM WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
DELAPAZ CARLOS MANUEL JR SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
DISILVIO MICHAEL SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
DOLLARHIDE ERIC JAMES SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
DOUGLAS DUSTIN JAMgS PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
DREHER ELIJAH ARUNDEL CPT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
EARLY WILLIAM DOUGLAS SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
EASTEP CHAD EVERICK W01 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
EHRESMAN JOSHUA DAVID W01 WBDAAA HHC2BCT
ELDER FIANDALL PAUL SPC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
ERICKSON SETH JOSEPH CPL WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
FIELDS ELIZABETH A 2LT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
FORD ROLAND CLAYTON 111 MAJ WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
FORSYTH JOHN ANDREW CPT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
FREEBURG MATTHEW WAYNE CPT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
GERHARDT BRANDON SCOTT
CPL WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
GORDON KEITH D JR
SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
GRAHAM HOOD DAMESHA LASHAWN
SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
GRAHAM WILLIAM ROGER
CW4 WBDAAA HHC2BCT
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SSN ANNEX ORDER 222-720, DTD 10 AUGUST 2009
HHC 2D BCT
NAME SSN GRADE UIC UNIT
GUERRERO DORIAN
PV2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
GUERTIN ANDREW DAVID
PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
GUTIERREZ DAVID MANUEL SGT
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HACK HONDO JUSTIN
CW2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HAGY DANIEL AARON
SGT
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HAMBLETON JOSEPH MICHAEL
PFC
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HANSEN THOMAS RANDALL
SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HEATON RALPH DAVID
MAJ WBDAAA HHC2BCT
HICKS CODY DALE
SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HOLLINGSWORTH KOHLBY ANTHON PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HORN KEVIN SCOTT II
PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HOYER BRODIE K
CPT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HYDE TIMOTHY ALAN
MAJ WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
IRISH ERIC LEE SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
JANDA JAMES ANDREW MAJ
WBDAAA HHC2BCT
JOHNSON BRANDON RAY SGT
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
JOHNSON PAULINE ADELL SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
JOHNSON SUMMER PAIGE PV2 WBDAAA HHC2BCT
JONES JOSHUA G HENR SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
JOY DAN TODD PV2
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
KARST WAYNE ALLEN SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
KEETON JEREMIAH LEE SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
KELLEHER JAMES ANDREEW SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
KERNS BRIAN DOMENIC MAJ WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
KJELSHUS SHERWIN H CW2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
KLUMP DARYL PAUL SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
KOOL JASON ELLIOT SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
KUBIC MICHAEL ALLEN PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LANDON JEREMY WILLIAM PFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
LEARY CRAIG PAUL PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LEELOY DANIEL JAMESROUSSEAU PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LEWIS ANDREW R CPT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LEWIS JAMIE LEE SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
LEWIS SCOTT JOSEPH SPC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
LIGGETT CLAYTON EDWARD SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
LINDSAY CHADD JOSEPH SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LIPPINCOTT KEVIN ALAN SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LODER THOMAS ANDREW SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LONG FREDRICK JEROME SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LONG JAMES ROBERT II SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
LOPEZ ELIZABETH LAUREL CPT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LUSKJEREMY ALAN SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LYONS ALFRED BENJAMIN CW2 WBDAAA HHC2BCT
MACKLIN CARLA LA VERNE SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MACLEAN KEVIN RICHARD SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MAGESTRO MARK LOUIS SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
MALINOWSKI MARK JOSEPH
SSG WBDAAA HHC2BCT
MANIBUSAN CARL JOHN
SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MANNING BRADLEY EDWARD
PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MARIUR JENSON CHADDY
SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
MARSHALL KYRA JAREE
SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
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SSN ANNEX ORDER 222-720, DTD 10 AUGUST 2009
HHC 2D BCT
NAME SSN GRADE UIC UNIT
MATTEO DAVID YOUNG SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MAY KIMBERLEIGH ANNE PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MCCANN CECILIA AGNES
CW2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MCFARLANE JUSTIN AARON
SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MCPHEETERS JOSEPH PATRICK
CPL WBDAAA HHC2BCT
MILLER DAVID MATTHEW
COL WBDAAA HHC2BCT
MILLER JONATHAN PAUL MAJ
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MILLER RUSSELL RAY
SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MINCKLER RYAN E
CPT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MITCHELL XAVIER
SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
MOLL MICHAEL BRYAN
PFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
MONTGOMERY LATONYA WATNETOR CW2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MONTOUR JOSEPH ALLEN CSM WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MOORE JON PATRICK
MAJ WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MOORE MICHAEL RAY SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
MORGAN RYAN JOSEPH MAJ WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MORRIS BRYAN JOHNSTONE PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MORRIS WATEMON MAURICE JR SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MORROW JASON ANDREW MAJ
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MOY CHRISTOPHER RYAN SGT
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
NAYLOR WILLIAM E III SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
NIVEN JAMES RANDALL
PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
OAKLEY BRYAN KELLY SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
OWENS MICHAEL JOSEPH PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PARKER MARCUS THOMAS PV2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PARSONS MATTHEW AARON SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
PATE CAITLYN NOEL PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PAYNE DOMINIQUE DEAIRA PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PEARSON BRANDON MICHAEL PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PEDIGO JOSEPH ALEXANDER SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
PENAFIEL JOE CARLO MCBRIDE CW2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PERALTA JOHNNY FRANKIE SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PERSON KENNETH ANDREW PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PINKINS AKEYRA SHARMAINE PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PITRE SAMARA LYN MSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PRICE TERRELL LEE SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
PROCHNIAK SCOTT EDWARD CW3 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
RIDER STEVEN MICHAEL SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
RIGGINS CORY DEMOND SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
RIVERA DAGOBERTO LOPEZ PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
RIVERA KHRYSTIARFIA BROOKE PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
ROQUE JAZEL AGNI SPC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
ROSE MICHAEL GLEN SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
RUSHING NATASCHA RACHEL SPC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
SACCOMEN FRANK TONY III
SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
SALAZAR KENNETH ALLEN SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
SAMUELSEN ROBERT ERLING 11
MAJ WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
SAVAGE ALAN THOMAS
MAJ WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
SCHMAL JOSHUA MICHAEL
PV2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
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SSNANNEXORDER222 720, DTD 10AUGUST 2009
HHC 2D BCT
NAME SSN GRADE UIC UNIT
SCHWIND JEFFREY SCOTT SFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
SEXTON JACKIE RAY PFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
SHAKESPEARE ERICSEVERT SSG WBDAAA HHC2BCT
SHARPEBRANDYLYNN SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
SHEPPARD DANIELLE ERICKA SGT
WBDAAA HHC2BCT
SHOWMAN JIHRLEAHWITTNEY SPC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
SMITH ADAM RICHARD SSG WBDAAA HHC2BCT
SMITH JAMES LORENZO SPC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
SMITH LEROYOLANZO SSG WBDAAA HHC2BCT
STEELE HEIDI MIRANDA CPT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
STOLLKEVINJOSEPH MAJ WBDAAA HHC2BCT
STONERTODDJAMES SSG WBDAAA HHC2BCT
SULLIVAN MAUREEN BROOKE PFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
SUTFIN JOSEPH WILLIAM SPC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
TAUAJULIAMARIE SSG WBDAAA HHC2BCT
TAYLOR WANDLYND CPT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
TILLMAN WILLIAM JOSEPH SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
TITUS JASONANDREW PFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
TRAUTWEIN ALEX JAMES PFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
TREECE RICKY NEAL SFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
TRUDELBRANDONDARRYL SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
URIBE JORGE UVALDO SFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
USBECKERIC HELMUT 1SG WBDAAA HHC2BCT
WALSH SHERI MICHELLE PFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
WARYWILLIAM FRANKLIN JR SSG WBDAAA HHC2BCT
WATERMANAARON JAMES PV2 WBDAAA HHC2BCT
WEBB NATHEN DARIN SPC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
WEBER THOMAS ROBERT PV2 WBDAAA HHC2BCT
WILCOX JUSTIN ROBERT SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
WILLIAMS ALLAN GLENN SGM WBDAAA HHC2BCT
WILLIAMS LATOYADANIELLE SSG WBDAAA HHC2BCT
WILSON DARYL DAVID JR PFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
YOUNGS MICHAEL THERONJR SFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
ZHAO MING SPC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
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RECOMMENDATION FOR A^ARD
For use of this f orm, see HODA Letter 600 06 1;the proponent agency is DCS , Gl .
For valor/iieroism/wartime and all awards higher than MSM, refer to special instructions in Chapter 3, AR 600-8-22.
1. T0
CDR, 2nd BSTB, 10th MTN DIV (LI)
APO AE 09308
2. FROM
CDR, HHC, 2nd BCT, 10th MTN DIV (LI)
APO AE 09308
3. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
PART I - SOLDIER DATA
4. NAME (Lasf, First, Middle Initial)
MANNING, BRADLEY E.
5. RANK
SPC
6. SSN
7. ORGANIZATION
HHC, 2nd BCT, 10th MTN DIV (LI) (WBDAAA)
APO AE 09308
8. PREVIOUS AWARDS
NO AWARDS
9. BRANCH OF SERVICE 10. RECOMMENDED AWARD
AAM
11. PERIOD OF AWARD
a. FROM
20091012
b. TO
20100601
12. REASON FOR AWARD
M
12a. INDICATE REASON
SVC
12b. INTERIM AWARD YES
IF YES, STATE AWARD GIVEN
NO 12c. POSTHUMOUS
YES Q NO ^
13. PROPOSED PRESENTATION DATE
(YYYYMMDD)
20100630
PART II - RECOMMENDER DATA
14. NAME (Last, First. Middle Initial)
ADKINS, PAUL D.
16. TITLE/POSITION
S2 NCOIC
17. RANK
MSG
15. ADDRESS
HHC, 2nd BCT, 10th MTN DIV (LI)
APO AE 09308
18. RELATIONSHIP TO AWARDEE
SUPERVISOR
19. SIGNATURE
J/c:>.
PART III - JUSTIFICATION AND CITATION DATA (Use specific bullet examples of meritorious acts or service)
20. ACHIEVEMENTS
ACHIEVEMENT #1
SPC Manning worked as the night shiti Violent Extremist Analytical Team Lead. In this capacity, he assisted in the Brigade Commander
better understanding the Promise Day Brigade in Zafraniyah. His research and efforts led to the identification of the structure in which
this particular group conducted operations and how they targeted United States Forces. His research greatly assisted the subordinate unit
with accurate information that led to the disruption of the organization.
ACHIEVEMENT #2
SPC Manning's persistence led to the disruption of Former Special Groups (FSG) in the New Baghdad area. SPC Manning's tracking of
targets led to the identification of enemy support zones that were previously unknown. His analysis led to heavy targeting of insurgent
leaders in the area. This effort consistently disrupted their operations. SPC Manning's dedication led to the detention of a Tier-2 level
FSG individual within the Commando OE.
ACHIEVEMENT #3
SPC Manning labored to unravel the Tactics, Techniques and Procedures of the enemy smuggling lines from Iran into Commando OE.
SPC Manning identified key routes that were being utilized as well as support zones that aided in the transportation of explosively-formed
penetrators (EFPs), Katyusha rockets and various small arms. His analysis aided subordinate units in their plans to disrupt these
operations and minimize the flow of these systems into Baghdad.
ACHIEVEMENT #4
SPC Manning was instrumental in assisting the Brigade S2 and S3 plans sections in regards to mission analysis. SPC Manning produced
20 products for three briefings on topics including enemy situation, future enemy operations and current threat assessments. SPC
Manning's in-depth analysis of the areas he covered provided the Brigade S2 and S2 Planner vital information required to lead ground
forces to successful mission accomplishment.
21. PROPOSED CITATION
FOR EXCEPTIONALLY MERITORIOUS SERVICE BETWEEN 11 October 2009 AND 15 July 2010. SPECIALIST BRADLEY E.
MANNING'S OUTSTANDING DEDICATION TO SERVICE, PROFESSIONALISM AND EXCEPTIONAL DUTY PROFICIENCY
CONTRIBUTED GREATLY TO THE SUCCESS OF COMMANDO BRIGADE'S MISSION. HIS ACTIONS ARE IN KEEPING WITH
THE FINEST TRADITIONS OF MILITARY SERVICE AND REFLECT GREAT CREDIT UPON HIMSELF, HEADQUARTERS AND
HEADQUARTERS COMPANY, SECOND BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM, UNITED STATES DIVISION - CENTER, AND THE UNITED
STATES ARMY.
DA FORM 638, APR 2006
REPLACES DA FORM 638-1.
PREVIOUS EDITIONS OF DA FORM 638 ARE OBSOLETE.
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NAME (Lasf, First, Middle Initial)
MANNI NG, BRADLEY E.
SSN

PART IV - RECOMMENDATIOr IS/APPROVAL/DISAPPROVAL
22. / certify that this individual is eligible for an award in accordance with
AR 600-8-22; and that the information contained in Part 1 is correct.
22a. SIGNATURE . «
\A nu!:^
22b. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
23. INTERMEDIATE
AUTHORITY
a. TO CDR, 2nd BSTB, 10th MT N DI V ( LI )
APO AE 09308
b. FROM CDR, HHC, 2nd BCT, 10th MTN
APO AE 09308
C. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
d. RECOMMEND:
?^
APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL UPGRADE TO: DOWNGRADE TO:
e. NAME (Last, First. Middle Initial)
FREEBURG, MATTHEW W.
f. RANK
CPT
g. TITLE/POSITION
COMPANY COMMANDER
h. SIGNATURE
VXi Ml W) UO. - \ r r « \ j i r \
i. COMMENTS SV
24. INTERMEDIATE
AUTHORITY
a. TO b. FROM C. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
d. RECOMMEND: APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL UPGRADE TO: DOWNGRADE TO:
e. NAME (Lasf, First. Middle Initial) f. RANK
g. TITLE/POSITION h. SIGNATURE
i. COMMENTS
25. INTERMEDIATE
AUTHORITY
a. TO b. FROM C. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
d. RECOMMEND: APPROVAL DISAPPROVAL UPGRADE TO: DOWNGRADE TO:
e. NAME fLasf, First, Middle Initial) f. RANK
g. TITLE/POSITION h. SIGNATURE
i. COMMENTS
26. APPROVAL
AUTHORITY
a. TO ORDERS I SSUI NG AUTHORI TY b. FROM CDR, 2nd BSTB, 10th MT N DI V ( LI )
APO AE 09308
C. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
d. % APPROVED DISAPPROVED RECOMMEND UPGRADE TO: DOWNGRADE TO:
e. NAME (Last. First. Middle Initial)
WALTER, PAUL R.
f. RANK
LTC
/ /
g. TITLE/POSITION
BATTALION COMMANDER
h. SIGNATURE y y " /
yZiX^X^^
i. COMMENTS / / , - - ^ "
PART V - ORDERS DATA
27a. ORDERS ISSUING HQ
2nd BRI GADE SPECI AL TROOPS BATTALI ON, 10th MOUNTAI N
DI VI SI ON
27b. PERMANENT ORDER NO. 31. DISTRIBUTION
1-FiIe
1-OMPF
1-Unit
3-Individual
28a. NAME OF ORDERS APPROVAL AUTHORITY
HOLMAN, JAMES E.
28b. RANK
I LT
31. DISTRIBUTION
1-FiIe
1-OMPF
1-Unit
3-Individual
28c. TITLE/POSITION
ADJUTANT
29. APPROVED AWARD
31. DISTRIBUTION
1-FiIe
1-OMPF
1-Unit
3-Individual
28d. SIGNATURE 30. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
31. DISTRIBUTION
1-FiIe
1-OMPF
1-Unit
3-Individual
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RECORD o r rAOCEEDINGS UNDER ARTICLE UCMJ
For use of this fonn. a«e AR 27-10. Chapter 3: th« proponent agency is uTJAO-CL
NAME ft SSN
MANNING. Bradley E.
GRADE
E4
UNIT ft LOCATION
HHC. 2d BCT.
COS Hammer. Iraq APO AE 09308
MONTHLY BASE PAY
$2,086.30
I I sm considering whether you should be punished under Aiticie 15.1ICMJ. for ihe following misconduct:
In that you, did. al COS Hammer. Iraq on or about 8 May 2010. unlawfully strike SPC Jihrlcah Shoman in the face with a
closed fist. This is in violation of Ar t kk 128. UCMJ
(END OF CHARGES)
2. Page three of this form lists your rights and the maximum punishment thai may be imposed. In deciding what to du. you have the right to
consult with legal counsel located si USA Trial Defense Service. Camp Liberty. Iraq APO AE 09344 You now hsvc 4* hours to decide
what to du.
DATE NAME. RANK. ANO ORGANIZATION OF COMMANDER
MAn HEW W. FREEBURG. CPT. HHC. 2D BCT W ^ f ^ X' X . - ^ / ^ t ^
SIGNATURE
3. Having been affoided the opportunity lo consult with counsel and understanding my rights listed on page three of this form, my decision is as
M\ovi%iJbiiiia( apprfipriair MiKkx. JaHf. amlsinn)
a. te^*4emaad trial by court-manial.
b. |y^<] I do not demand trial by court-martial and in the Article 15 proceedings:
% ^/H request the hearing be L_JOpen. losed.
r.?; A person to speak in my behalf r~~| Is ^ y j ^ ^ l s not requested.
(3) Matters in defense, extenuation, and/or mitigatioa:
[Are not presented. ^ , J Are attached. |, I Will be presented in person.
DATE
^ AjAJ ,C
ANO RANK OF SERVICE MEMBER
BRADLEY E. MANNING. SPL
SK3NATURE
"27
4a. In a(nl | | Open n y f Closed hearing, having considered all mstten presented, I hereby make the Mm wing findings:
fr7]^*ftuih\-of All [~~| (iuitl) of Some Spccifkalionx I j \ ol Uullly of All SpLX-ltkations (line <xit all
l / > Spccilicstions | | (line out Not <iuilt> Spccidcstions) | | SpecificalinnN and Mgn below)
Based on my findings. I impose the punishments thai arc officially recorded in Item 6 of this form
4b. I direct thst this DA Fonn 2627 be filed in the
Performance flchc
ofthe OMPK.
Restricted fiche ofthe OMPF.
B
^ r NA as Soldier was an F,-4 or below al start of
proceedings.
4c. You are advised of your right lo appeal to the next superior authority: Cdr. 2d BSTB within five (5) calendar days.
An appeal made after that lime may be rejected as untimely. Punishment Is effective immediately unless otherwise staled in Item 6.
DATE
7
NAME. RANK. ANO ORGANIZATION OF COMMANDER
MATTHEW W FREEBURG. CPI. HHC, 2D BCT
SIGNATURE
%
tInilMiappropriufe Mock lialc. and.^ign)
Vft ^ . I 1 I appeal but do nol submit additional
M So not appeal. ^
I appeal and suhmii additional matters.
lo
NAME OF SERVICE MEMBER
BRADLEY E. MANNING
SIGI
DA FORM 2C27 (T#*t) NOV 04 Pag* 1
(b) (6)
NAME ft SSN
MANNING. Bradley I . .
GRADE
1-4
UNrr ft LOCATION
HHC. 2d BC I .
COS Hammer. Iraq APO AE 09308
6. The following punishment is imposed: Reduction to the Grade of E3: Forfeiture of S446.00 pay per month for one month.
7 I have considered the appeal and il is my opinion thai:
DATE NAME RANK AND ORGANIZATION OF REVIEWING JUDGE ADVOCATE SIGNATURE
8. After consideration of all natters presented in the appeal, the appeal is:
1 i Denied. 1 J Granted as follows:
DATE NAME RANK. AND ORGANIZATION OF COMMANDER SIGNATURE
Q. 1 have seen the action taken on my appeal.
DATE NAME OF SERVKE MEMBER SIGNATURE
10. ALUEDDOCUMENTSANOiORCOMMENTS:
1. DA Form 4856
2. DA Form 2823 (x 4)
3. DA Form 3881
4. Flag
5. I RR
W/ M
DA FORM 2627 ( TMt ) NOV 04 Pag* 2
(b) (6)
ARTICLE 15 PUNISHMENT WORKSHEET
Soldier's Data: SPC MANNING. Bradley E.. HHC. 2d BC I . COS Hammer. Iraq APO AE09308
Imposing Commander: CPT Matthew W. Freeburg Type of Article 15: Company Cirade Artick 15
Redaction: Soldier may be reduced to H3.
Forfeiture: Maximum of 7 days' pay for one month, not to exceed the following:
If no reduction imposed: $486.00
If Soldier reduced to E3 (whether or not suspended): $446.00
Deprivation of Liberty Punishments:
Extra Daty: Maximum of 14 di^s. May be combined with Restriction.
Restrictioa: Maximum of 14 days. May be combined with Extra Duty. When combined, the maximum
period cannot exceed the maximum period allowed for Extra Duty.
Reprimand: May be an oral or written reprimand.
Any punishment may be suspended for up to 180 days.
PUNISHMENT IMPOSED:
Reduction to the Grade of: ^ 3 • If suspended, then (suspended for N J A days) or (reduction below the
Cirade of k j ^ suspended for ^jA^ days).
Forfeiture of $ ^ ^ ^ A ^ ^ (suspend $ N A of the forfeiture for the number of months selected for a period of
t Hh. . . _ (kys).
Extra Duty for w A days, (suspended for MA- days).
Restriction for t j A days, (suspended for «.>A days).
(Normal limits are Company area, Dining/Medical Facility, Place of Worship, and Place of Duty)
Reprimand |JA (Oral voA )(Written tyj A )
(Reprimands for enlisted Soldiers may be oral or written and oral is typically appropriate. Reprimands of
commissioned or warrant officers must be in writing.)
Dale Pwmhment Im/M.sed: ' ^' ^^ P (DmmanJer \ Initials: JUiwF
Cp
DD^D
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY K i
THEATER FIELD CONFINEMENT FACILITY D ^ 3> ^
CAMP ARIFJAN, KUWAIT /> C -7 ^
APO AE 09366 ^ ^ 6 0
l-gSD
REPLY TO
ATTENTION OF
ACEN-ASG-KU-TFCF-CDR I October 2009
MEMORANDUM FOR DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT: Theater Field Confinement Facility (TFCF) requirements for processing U.S. Military/DoD Prisoners
1. The purpose of this memorandum is to facilitate the processing of U.S. military prisoners to the TFCF. TFCF's
primary mission is to detain, confine, protect, and sustain both Pre- and Post-Trial U.S. military prisoners, as well as
to assist Commanders throughout the CENTCOM AOR in maintaining good order and discipline within their units.
Commanders ordering a Service Member (SM) to confinement shall familiarize themselves with unit responsibilities
as outlined in AR 27-10, Military Justice, and AR 190-47, The Army Corrections Systems. It is highly
recommended that Commanders also consult with their respective Staff Judge Advocates (SJA) prior to transporting
SM's to Camp AriQan for confinement.
2. Unit Commanders shall ensure the SM ordered to confinement has been screened by medical personnel and the
results documented in blocks 9 and 10 on their DD Form 2707 (Sep 2005), Confinement Order, within 5 days of
reporting to the TFCF indicating the SM is fit for confinement. Female SM's must have a pregnancy test completed
within 48 hours prior to arriving at the TFCF and the results annotated on the Confinement Order. In the event of a
positive test, Commanders must contact the TFCF Prisoner Services Branch (PSB) immediately to arrange transfer
to an appropriate medical facility.
3. Direct coordination between the SJA representing the Command and the TFCF PSB prior to the escorts departure
fi-om the unit is mandatory as directed by AR 190-47. Commands shall also electronically scan and email all
required intake documentation to the TFCF PSB points of contact listed in paragraph 9 prior to the escorts'
departure. Escorts arriving at the TFCF with missing, incomplete, and/or incorrect documentation will likely result
in delaying the acceptance and processing of the prisoner.
NOTE: An error-free Confinement Order (with original signatures and no whiteout corrections) is required
for prisoner acceptance and will be retained by the TFCF.
4. Commands shall provide complete Unit Contact Information (enclosure 1) in order to ensure reliable
communication throughout the confinement process. In the event a prisoner is transferred to a CONUS facility, the
TFCF PSB will provide a copy of their reassignment orders to the parent command once the move is completed.
5. The following documentation is required prior to the SM being accepted for confinement:
a. Pre-Trial
*^ 1) DD Form 2707 (Sep 2005), Confinement Order, as described in paragraph 2 above
AM 2) DD Form 458 (May 2000), Charge Sheet
3) DA Form 5112 (Sep 2002), Checklist for Pre-Trial Confinement. If supporting documentation
is referenced on the DA 5112, it must be included
^ 4) 48/72 Hour Review Memorandum, if completed
5) Magistrates Findings Memorandum, if completed
v' 6) Unit Contact Information
\ / 7) SM's PCS/TCS Orders into theater
y/ 8) Original Medical/Dental Records *
ACEN ASG I^U TFCF 1 October 2009
SUBJECT: TFCF requirements lor processing U.S. Militaty/DoD Prisoners
^ 9) ER6 or Persottnel Record Files ^
10) Conrinement Extension Requests for Pre-Trial SM's shall be in accordance with USARCENT
T^eaterConfinementPoIicy, dated 17 January 2007.
b. Post-Trial (regardless of sentence length)
1) DD Form 2707 (Sep 2005)^ Confinement Order, as described in paragraph 2 above
2) DD Form 458 (May 2000)^ Charge Sheet
3) DA Fonttt 4430 (Sep 2002), Result ofTrial (or service-specific equivalent) with DNA and Sex
Offender Registration information
4) DDEorm2329(Augl984), Record of Trial by Summary Court MartiaL i f ^plic^ble
5) Pre-TrialAgreement^^0f^r to Plead Guilty, if applicable
6) Lnit Contact Information
7) DD Form 2704 (Mar 1999), Victims Witness Certification and Election. Must include full
mailingaddress, phi^e number with area codes (DSN or VOIP, ifapplicable) lor all victims and
witnesses listed. Vict^ms^ witnesses listed on any other documents must be listed on the 2704 If
there are no victims/wimesses^ Section 11 must be completed.
8) SM's PCS^T'CS Orders into theater
c. Post-Trial (sentences over 30 days and/or punitive discharge)
1) ERBcr Personnel Record Piles ^
2) Original MedicalT)ental Records^
3) Results ofInvestigation(ROI)indicatingMPI/CID/lnvestigating Officer, i f applicable
^IfPersonneLMedical, and/or Dental Records are not available ^^^^er, an MPR must be provided
identi^ingthelocationof the records and a point ofcontact in the event they must be retrieved (provide email
address, commercial phone number, DSN phone number, and mailing address).
6. Unit Commanders will e^ure that the prisoner arrives at the TFCF with the recommended items listed below.
Unaulhori^d equipment at:d^or personal property will be returned to the SM's escorts.
a. Body Armor (Pre-Trial and prisoners with 30 day or less sentences ONLY) ^
1) 1BA
2) Helmet
^ lOAandHelmetwillberetumed to escorts fii^r all Post Trial prisoners who will be transferred CONUS.
bClodnn^
^)DCU/ACU(2 3sets)
^) DCU Boots (1 pair)
3) Black or Green Socks (6-10 pairs)
3 4) White PT Socks (6 10 pairs)
^ 5 ) Underwear (6-10 pairs)-Browtt requited ft^rtrattsli^ CONUS
^ -6)T-Shirt:^(6-10each) Brown, Sand, or Green only. No Under Armor or comparable brands
^7) Prescription Glasses, if applicable (2 pairs)
8) Sunglasses (1 pair)
v9) Shower Shoes (1 pair)-Basic black, no designs
YIO) Brown towels.^washcloths (2 each)
^ I ) Military-issued Belt (1 each)
ACEN ASG l^U TFCF 1 October 2009
SUBJECT: TFCF requirements ^r processing U.S. Military/DoD Prisoners
^12) Work Gloves (I pair)-Black. Grey, or Tan only
^13) Physical Training Unilotnt (3 shirts. 3 shorts, long pants^ jacket, and running shoes)
^I4)ColdWeatherClothing^ifappropriate(polyttndershirts/underwear, gloves, field jacket, etc.)
^15) Cott^^ervative Civilian Attire (1 pair pants and I shirts
c. Health and Com^rt Items
^ ^ ^ ^ 1) Personal Hygiene Bag (1 each)
^^2) Tooth Paste (max 2 tubes)
^) Tooth Brush (max 2 each)-No electric devices
^) Deodorant (max 2 each)-No aerosol cans
^ . ^ ^ ) Shampoo (max I bottle)
^6) Bar Soap (max 4 each)-No liquids
^ ) Shaving l^it No electric razors, unlesson permanent shaving profile
^8) Shaving Cream (max 2 cans)
^^^^ ^^9) Disposable Razors/Blades (max 12 each) ^^.^^^^
^0) Lip Balm (max 2 each)
11) Fingernail Clippers(1 each)-Nofiles ^^^^^^
12) Feminine Hygiene Products, if applicable (min 2-w eek supply )
^13) Pictures (max 10)-No magazine or newspaper cutouts
^14) Books (max 2 each^ including a bible)
15) MOS Study Material (max 2 manuals)^^-^^
^6) Pre Paid Phone Card
17) Approximately $50.00 Cash^^^^^^ ^^^^
d. Prohibited Item^^
1) Tools or Sharp Objects (knives, multi tools, fingernail files, etc )
2) Jewelry(withtheexceptionof I wedding band without stones and 1 cottservative religious
medallion)
3) Tobacco Products (includes smt^eless tobacco)
4) Notebooks or Three-Ring Binders
5) Matches or Lighters
6) Cosmetic Products
7) Glass Containers
8) EIectronicEquipment(iPods, computers, cameras, thumb drives, and cell phones)
mother items may bedeemeddangerons/inappropriate by the Facility staff upon intake.
7. Escorts shall acquire bus tickets fi^om the serviee specific LNO (Tent 2) upon arrival at Ali AlSaleem and notify
the TFCF ECPoftheirapproxitttate departure time before proceeding to Camp Arif^an. Normal intake hotu^ are
^om 0700 to 2000 unless prior arrangements have been ntade with PSB Sta^
8 Facility points of contact are listed below:
a. PSB NCOIC DSN
b. PSB NCO DSN

c PSB Cell COMM Available^4/7
d ECP DSN Available 247
e. Commander DSN
f Deputy DSN
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ACEN-ASG-KU-TFCF 1 October 2009
SUBJEC T: TFCF requirements for processing U.S. Military/DoD Prisoners
g. SEL DSN
9. Point of contact for this memorandum is MAC Michael Cunningham, PSB NCOIC.
^ JJ
1 Encl Richard N. Mauldin
CDR, USN
Commanding
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CONFINEMENT ORDER
1. PERSON TO BE CONFINED
a. NAME (Last, First, Middle)
MA NNI NG, Bradl ey E.
b. SSN

2. DATE (YYYYMMDD)
20100529
BRANCH OF SERVICE
.Armv
d. GRADE
E-3
e. MILITARY ORGANIZATION (From):
HHC, 2d BCT, 10th MTN DIV (Ll), COS Hammer. Iraq. APO AE 09308
TYPE OF CONFINEMENT
3.a, PRE-TRIAL

NO X YES b. RESULT OF NJP
XNO

YES
c. RESULT OF COURT MARTIAL;
TYPE: Q S C M

SPCM
X] NO [21 YES
I I GCM [ 2 j VACATED SUSPENSION
d. DMA PROCESSING IS X IS NOT REQUIRED UNDER 10 U.S.C. 1565.
4. OFFENSES/CHARGES OF UCMJ ARTICLES VIOLATED:
Article 128: Assault Consummated by a Battery: Article 134 (18 U.S.C. jj 793: Wrongful Transmission of Defense information)
5. SENTENCE ADJUDGED: b. ADJUDGED DATE
(YYYYMMDD):
6. IF THE SENTENCE IS DEFERRED, THE DATE DEFERMENT IS TBIMINATED:
7. PERSON DIRECTING CONFINEMENT
a. TYPED NAME. GRADE AND TITLE:
MATTHEW W. FREEBURG
CPT. .AD. Commanding
b. SIGNATURE
^
c. DATE
(YYYYMMDD)
0100529
d. TIME
S.a. NAME. GRADE, TITLE OF LEGAL REVIEW AND APPROVAL
CHRISTOPHER D. GOREN
CP L JA. Trial Counsel
URE: c. DATE
rrYYYMMDDI
20100529
MEDICAL CERTIFiCA
9a. The above named i nmat e was exami ned by me at 1 ^ 3 - ^ on ( i l o ) 6 OS %^ and f ound to be Fit | |
rrimel lYYYYMMDD)
f or conf i nement . I cer t i f y t hat f r om t hi s exami nat i on t he execut i on of t he f oregoi ng sent ence t o conf i nement
I [ wi l l wi l l not produce seri ous i nj ury t o t he i nmat e' s heal t h.
b. The following irregularities were noted during the examination (If none, so state):
c. HIV Test admi ni st ered on (YYYYMMDOJ: j / K t O ^ CS^ ^ V * - * ^ t > 1
d. Pregnancy t est admi ni st ered on (YYYYMMDD): f y t N / A
Unf i t
10. EXAMINER
a. TYPED NAI^j^gg^gg^fggJgTLE:
err, MC USA*
b. SIGNATURE ^
2^'Ut>^(<.rT.i^c
c. DATE
(YYYYMMDDl
mole aS^T-'i
d. TIME
O i T
2BCTS«w,mMTND
l<ECEIpf FOR INMATE
11.a. THE INMATE NAMED ABOVE HAS BEEN RECEIVED FOR CONFINEMENT AT:
AND TIME:
(Facility Name and Location)
lYYYYMMDD) (Time)
b. PERSON RECEIPTING FOR INMATE
TYPED NAME. GRADE AND TITLE:
c. SIGNATURE: d. DATE
(YYYYMMDD)
e. TIME
DD FORM 2707, SEP 2005 PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE. Adobe Pitjfesstonal 7.0
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
CHECKLIST FOR PRETRIAL CONFINEMENT
For use o( ttiis form, se AR 27-10; ttie proponent agency is OTJAG
NAME
Manning, Bradley E.
GRADE
E-3
UNIT
HHC, 2d BCT, 10th MTN DIV (Ll)
AGE
22
ETS
20111001
TOTAL SERVICE TO DATE
2 Years, 7 Months
MARRIED
YES NO
WIFE-HUSBAND IN LOCAL AREA
: YES X NO
NUMBER OF CHILDREN
X OTHER 0
(SpecifyT~~
NUMBER OF ARTICLE 15's: I
DATE
24 May 2010
OFFENSE
.Article 12S - Assault Consummated by a Battery
PUNISHMENT
Reduction to Private First Class (l>3): and
Forfeiture of $446.00.
NUMBER OF PREVIOUS CONVICTIONS:
TYPE OF COURT DATE ARTICLE PUNISHMENT
NUMBER OF PRESENT OFFENSES:
ARTICLE
Article 134 (18 U .S.C. S 793)
Article 128
DATE
28 May 2010
8 May 2010
DESCRIPTION OF OFFENSE (If AWOL, from-to, etc.,
and whether surrendered or apprehended)
Wrongful Transmission of Defense Information
Assault Consummated by a Battery
PRETRIAL CONFINEMENT IS APPROPRIATE BECAUSE:
a. There Is probable cause to believe an offense tias been committed by the accused. (UsI specific reasons why it is believed an offense has been committed by
the accused.)
See attached 72-hour memorandum, dated 29 May 2010.
DA FORM 5112, SEP 2002
DA FORM 5112-R. MAR 86. IS OBSOLETE APD PE vi 01
b. To ensure the accused's presence at trial, pretrial hearing or investigation (List specific reasons why it is believed the accused may not be present and
summarize the conduct of Ihe accused which warrants pretrial confinement and tends to indicate the accused is not likely to be available for trial, pretnal hearing or
investigation.)
See attached 72-hour memorandum, dated 29 May 2010.
c. To prevent foreseeable serious criminal misconduct including any efforts at obstructing justice. (List specitic reasons why it is believed the accused may commit
acts ol serious criminal misconduct if not incarcerated, particularly if these acts pose a threat to others the command or natkinal security, and summarize the
conduct ol the accused which warrants pretrial confinement and tends to Indicate the accused may commit future acts of serious criminal misconduct,)
See attached 72-hour memorandum, dated 29 May 2010.
d. Lesser forms of restraint are inadequate. (List fhe alternatives that have proven inadequate or summarize the reasons why It is believed such alternatives
would be inadequate.)
See attached 72-hour memorandum, dated 29 Mav 2010.
DATE (YYYYMMDD)
f
TYPED NAME, RANK, AND ORGANIZATION OF COMVIANDER
MATT HEW W. FREEBURG. CPT. HHC, 2D BCT
SIGNATURE
^
DECISION OF MILITARY MAGIS-TRATE
TO: (Addressee(s))
On
•ZOtOfi^-^C) _. 1 reviewed the circumstances concerning the continued pretrial confinement of
(Date) (YYYYMMDD)
^^C- /?it/iDt^£Y f^^AlMlfJ£rj . Based upon this review, 1. (Check appropriate statement)
(Name)
JS^i Determined that continued pretrial confinement is warranted.
I i Determined that continued pretrial confinement Is not warranted and order his/her release from pretrial confinement.
TYPED NAME. GRADE. AND BRANCH OF MILITARY MAGISTRATE
te-y^tn • Le^
c^r^ JA
SIGNATURE
DA FORM 5112, SEP 2002 APD PE vl 01
UNI T CONTACT LNFOR. MATI ON
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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
US ARMY INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND j
HEADQUARTBRS, UNITED STATES ARMY GARRISON, FORT DRUM I
10000 10™ MOUNTAIN DIVISION DRIVE i
FORT DRUM, NEW YORK 13602-5000 j
ORDER 222-720 10 AUGUST 2009 I
2*" BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM (WBDAAA) FORT DRUM, NEW YORK 13602-5000
THE FOLLOWING UNIT ACTION IS DIRECTED: GROUP TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION
ACTION: The above Organization Is DEPLOYED In a temporary change of station (TCS) as shown below in Support of OPERATION IRAQI ;
FREEDOM and are to retum to your pemianent station upon completion of the duties In support of this operation, You will submit a reviewed [
voucher k r Ms trav^ to the linance ofNce within 5 working days after return to home station. I
ASSIGNED TO: 2^ BRIGADE COMBAT TEAM (WBDAAA) UNITED STATES CENTRAL COMMAND AREA OF RESPONSIBILfrY (IRAQ- \
EFFECTIVE DATE; 1 OCTOBER 2009 . . \
DEPLOYMENT PERIOD: 365 DAYS OR UNTIL MISSION COMPLETION f
ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATION: SEE ATTACHED ANNEX FOR ACCOUNTING CLASSIFICATIONS \
{FY10/11 AVAILABIUTY IS CONTINGENT ON CONGRESS ENACTING APPROPRIATIONS OR AUTHORING OPBUTIONS UNDER A I
CONTINUING RESOLUTION) I
WCOM ISSUED CONTROL NUMBER: SEE ATTACHED ANNEX \
CIC: SEE ATTACHED ANNEX
MOVEMENT DESIGNATOR CODE: PME10/PMO10
ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS:
(A) This is a temporary change of station (TCS). Nomriai PCS entitlements, allowances and relocation of femily members are not
authorized. Consolidated Personnel Policy Guidance (PPG) for operations Iraqi Freedom, and Enduring Freedom is on the DCS, G-1
web site; http:/Nyvw.arwvq1.armv.fnil/militarvpersonnel/policv.asp
(B) Soldiers are authorized 4 duffle bags- (1) one personal bag, (2) two issued bags of OCIE and 1 standard carry-on bag that meets
AMC/Contracted flights standards. Size maximum 25x42 or Ruck size 15x10x22; with a maximum weight of 50 pounds. When AMC or
contracted transportation is not available, reimbursement of authorized checked baggage on commercial flights waghing more than 50
pounds to 3 max of 70 pounds per bag authorized as excess baggage. Upon redeployment from theater Soldiers issued additional
OCIE iHider the Rapid Fielding Inttiafive (RFI) are authorized a shipment of one additional bag not to exceed 70 pounds, if not
transported as pari; of a Military shipment. Each Soldier vM\ bring only »iose items specified by ttie PPG or other appropriate auOiority.
You will be provided a list of those Items from your company. This Is the maximum quantity of authorized baggage; however, fewer
bags can be taken if Soldier can fit equipment and personal Hems into a lower number of duflle bags. Each duffle bag must not exceed
70 poiaids. No footlockers or commercial suitcases are authorized for movement Soldier will only bring those items specified in
chapter 6 of the PPG. Soldier will be provided a list of those items from unit Commander. Reimbursement of authorized checked
baggage on commercial flights weighing more than 50 pounds to a max of 70 pounds per bag authorized as excess baggage.
(C) Government quariBrs and dining facilities will be used at the Replacement acflvity and during deployment Essential uriit mess has
been declared by the Assistant Secretery of the Amiy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) ASA (M&RA) For the Mobilization and
Demobilization Sites not to exceed (10) Days. MOSQ location will provWe quarters and mess. The Installation Commander will make
separate determinations as to the availability of mess and quarters and as a last resort will issue a Statement of Non availability
Statement/Certificate of Non-availability. Per Diem payable is $3.00 per day for CONUS and $3.50 per day for OCONUS. Per Diwn will
normally be paid for the travel to gaining station, or Replacement activity unless prohibited by travel circumstances.
(D) For Active Duty SoWiers, basic allowance for housng (BAH) is based upon pennanent duty station. For Reserves and Retired
memba-s called or ordered to active duty BAH is based on their principal place of residence when called or ordered to the tour of active
duty. Pay entitlements will be based on locafion IAW DODFMR and applicable messages and regulations.
(E) UnK is required to submit PERSTEMPO information using flight manifest data. Do not submit departure transactions on unit
deployed. Ensure MDC of "PM" is included.
(F) During period of deployment gaining/deployed unit Commander has responsibility for personnel service support to include avranls
arvd decorations; UCMJ, and all other forms of personnel and legal administration support except Reserve Component promotion
authority.
(G) Temporary storage of HHG may be authorized, at Government expense for period of contingency operations as provided by
paragraph U4770-A, Joint Federal Travel Regulation for single personnel (both AC and RC), Soldier married to another Soldier when
both are deployed and single SoWier parents when a childcare plan requires dependents to leave Ae residence. Contact the k)cal
transportation office for assistance. This may impact on the authorization for BAH. Storage of one privately owned vehicle may be
authorized. Soldier must contact the supporting installation transportation officer for requirements. Soldier must complete arrangements
requiring personal presence. Temporary duty (TDY) household goods weight allowance is authorized for CONUS and OCONUS based
on personnel that are on active duty for a period greater than 200 days, excluding those areas designated as hostile fire/imminent
darker pay areas. Contact the Installation Transportation Office. Clari< Hall, 2d floor, at 772-6384 for assistance.
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
SSN ANNEX ORDER 222-720. DTD 10 AUGUST 2009
HHC 2D BCT
NAME
SSN GRADE UIC UNIT
GUERRERO DORIAN PV2 WBOAAA HHC2BCT
GUERTIN ANDREW DAVI D PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
GUTIERREZ DAVID MANUEL SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HACK HONDO JUSTIN CW2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HAGY DANIEL AARON SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
HAMBLETON JOSEPH MICHAEL PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HANSEN THOMAS RANDALL SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HEATON RALPH DAVID MAJ WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HICKS CODY DALE SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
ANTHON PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HORN KEVIN SCOTT II PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HOYER BRODIE K CPT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
HYDE TIMOTHY ALAN MAJ WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
IRISH ERIC LEE SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
JANDA JAMES ANDREW MAJ WBDAAA HHC2BCT
JOHNSON BRANDON FtAY SOT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
JOHNSON PAULINE ADELL SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
JOHNSON SUMMER PAIGE PV2 WBOAAA HHC 2BCT
JONES JOSHUA G HENR SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
JOY DAN TODD PV2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
KARST WAYNE ALLEN SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
KEETON JEREMIAH LEE SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
KELLEHER JAMES ANDREW SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
KERNS BRIAN DOMENIC MAJ WBDAAA HHC2BCT
KJELSHUS SHERWIN H CW2 WBDAAA HHC2BCT
KLUMP DARYL PAUL SGT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
KOOL JASON ELLIOT SFC WBDAAA HHC2BCT
KUBIC MICHAEL ALLEN PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LANDON JEREMY WILLIAM PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LEARY CRAIG PAUL PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LEELOY DANIEL JAMESROUSSEA PFC WBDAAA HHC28CT
LEWIS ANDREW R CPT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LEWIS JAMIE LEE SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LEWIS SCOTT JOSEPH SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
UGGETT CLAYTON EDWARD SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
UNDSAY CHADD JOSEPH SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
UPPINCOTT KEVIN ALAN SSG WBDAAA HHC2BCT
LODER THOMAS ANDREW SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LONG FREDRICK JEROME SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LONG JAMES ROBERT II SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LOPEZ ELIZABETH LAUREL CPT WBDAAA HHC2BCT
LUSK JEFtEMY ALAN SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
LYONS ALFRED BENJAMIN CW2 WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MACKLIN CARLA LAVERNE SFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MACLEAN KEVIN RICHARD SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MAGESTRO MARK LOUIS SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MAUNOWSKI MARK JOSEPH SSG WBDAAA HHC2BCT
MANIBUSAN CARL JOHN SSG WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MANNING BRADLEY EDWARD PFC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MARIUR JENSON CHADDY SGT WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
MARSHALL KYRA JAREE SPC WBDAAA HHC 2BCT
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Manning, Bradley E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211
Prosecution Motion
for Preliminary Ruling on
Admissibility of Evidence
(Business Records)
Enclosure 3
22 June 2012
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April 17,2012
Mr. Arthur D. Ford
Criminal Law Division
Office ofthe Staff Judge Advocate
US Army Military District of Washington
103 3"^ Street, Building 32, Suite 100
Fort Lesley J. McNair, Washington, DC 20319
Dear Mr. Ford:
Enclosed is the Attestation Certificate on Bradley Edward Manning. If you have any questions
regarding this response, contact the Freedom of hiformation Privacy Act office at 724-794-5612,
extension 7000. Please reference tracking number 2012-06555.
Sincerely,
LWCZZA-Oj ULL^: ^
Pamela S. Crawford
FOI/PA Specialist
Enclosure
www.opm.gov Recruit, Retain and Honor a World-Class Workforce to Serve the American People www.usajobs.gov
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Services
UNITED STATES OFFICE OFPERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
ATTESTATION CERTIFICATE
This document is intended t o meet the requirements set forth in Military Rules of Evidence Rule
902(11), addressing certified records of regularly conducted activity.
I swear or affi rm that each of the fol l owi ng is true regarding the Single Scope Background Investigation
and Entrance National Agency Check Investigation, on Private First Class Bradley Edward Manni ng
mailed t o Mr. Arthur D. Ford at the US Army Mi l i tary District of Washington, Office of t he Staff Judge
Advocate on February 1, 2012, to the best of my knowledge and belief:
1. I am the custodian of these records.
2. The records were made at or near the ti me of the occurrences of the matters set f ort h by or
f rom i nformati on transmi tted by, people wi t h knowledge of these matters;
3. The records were kept in the course of regularly conducted business activity;
4. It was the regular practice of the business activity to make the records; and
5. The records are a true, accurate, and compl ete copy of the original documents.
U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Federal Investigative Services, Freedom of Informati on and
Privacy Act (FOI/PA) office
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MB« n , PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION OF NOTARIES
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U. S. Office of Personnel Management
Federal Investigative Services Division
PO Box 618
Boyers, PA 16020
Manifest Number:
Destination:
USIS903776
CERT UPS
Manifest Date:
2/3/2012
Line Number
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Case Name
MANNING
Item Type
Certified Mailout
Please verify all items manifested as being received. If there are discrepancies with this shipment, please contact
FISMailRoomOversight@opm.gov.
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DATE: 01/15/2008 PAGE: 1
UNITED STATES OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
INVESTIGATIONS SERVICE
***•******•**•*•••***•••* CASE CLOSING TRANSMITTAL ************************
CLOSED: 01/15/2008
CASE #: 08F18704 TYPE/SERVICE: SBI - PRT
EXTRA COVERAGE:
NAME: MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD
SSN: ###-9 DOB: ##/1987 POSITION: MILITARY
*************** MAIL TO ***************
SON: 676G * SOI: A334
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY * DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
HOS US ARMY RECRUITING COMMAND(USAREC) * CENTRAL PERSONNEL SECURITY CLEARANCE
1307 3RD AVE. ROCM 3008 * FACILITY
ATTN: APRIL HABIB * FORT GEORGE G. MEADE, MD 20755
FT KNOX, KY 40121 *
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THE ITEM INFORMATION SUMMARIZED BELOW, AND ANY REPORTS OF
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"TRANSMITTAL, CCHPLETE THE INVESTIGATION REQUESTED ON THE PERSON
IDENTIFIED ABOVE.
THIS CASE HAS BEEN ELECTRONICALLY TRANSMITTED BY OPIS
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FORT LEONARDWOOD, MO
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POTOftC, MD
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
004 RESI 5607 71ST PLACE EAST APT 1005
TULSA, OK
005 EDUC MONTGOMERY COLLEGE OF ROCKVILLE
ROCKVILLE, MD
006 EMPL EMPLOYER - STARBUCKS
POTOMAC, MD
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TULSA, OK
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
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015 LAWE OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
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DATE: 01/15/2008 PAGE:
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NAME:MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD
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UNITED STATES OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
INVESTIGATIONS SERVICE
WASHINGTON,DC 20415
CERTIFICATION OF INVESTIGATION
DATE: 01/15/2008
SUBMITTING OFFICE: SON-676G SECURITY OFFICE: S0I-A33^
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
CENTRAL PERSONNEL SECURITY CLEARANCE
FACILITY
FORT GEORGE G.MEADE,MD 20755
NAME: MANNING,BRADLEY EDWARD
SSN: 1^^^111 DOB:^^^^^1987 POSITION: MILITARY
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EXTRA COVERAGE:
POSITION CI^E :/
SCHEDULED DATE: 10/10/2007
INVESTIGATION CONDUCTED FROM:SF 86
THIS CERTIFIES THATABACKGRDUNDINVESTIGATION ON THE PERSIA IDENTIFIED ABOVE
HAS BEEN COMPLETED. THE RESULTS OF THIS INVESTIGATION WERE SENT TO THE SECURITY
OFFICE FORASECURITY/SUITABILITY DETERMINATION.
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AGENCY CERTIFICATION: THE RESULTS OF THISINVESTIGATION HAVE BEEN REVIEWED, AND
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Page 2-29: Questionnaire for National Security Positions (SF86 Format)
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Form Completion Instructions
Questionnaire for National Security Positions (SF86 Format)
OMB No. 3206-0005
Follow instructions fully or we cannot process your form. I f you have any questions, call the office that gave you the form.
Purpose of this Form
The United States Government conducts background investigations and reinvestigations to establish that military personnel,
applicants for or incumbents in national security positions, either employed by the Government or working for Government
contractors, licensees, certificate holders, and grantees, are eligible for a required security clearance. Information from this
form is used primarily as the basis for investigation for access to classified information or special nuclear information or
material. Complete this form only after a conditional offer of employment has been made for a position requiring a security
clearance.
Giving us the information we ask for is voluntary. However, we may not be able to complete your investigation, or complete
it in a timely manner, if you don't give us each item of information we request. This may affect your placement or security
clearance prospects.
Authority to Request this Information
Uependmg upon the purpose of your investigation, the United States Government is authorized to ask for this information
under Executive Orders 10450, 10865, 12333, and 12356; sections 3301 and 9101 of title 5, United States Code; sections
2165 and 2201 of title 42, United States Code; sections 781 to 887 of title 50, United States Code; and parts 5, 732, and 736
of Title 5, Code of Federal Regulations.
Your Social Security number is needed to keep records accurate, because other people may have the same name and birth
date. Public Law 104-134 (April 26, 1996), as amended in title 31, section 7701, also asks Federal agencies to use diis
number to help identify individuals in agency records.
The Investigative Process
Background investigations for national security positions are conducted to develop information to show whether you are
reliable, trustworthy, of good conduct and character, and loyal to the United States. The information that you provide on this
form is confirmed during the investigation. Investigation may extend beyond the time covered by this form when necessary
to resolve issues. Your current employer must be contacted as part of the investigation, even if you have previously indicated
on applications or other forms that you do not want this.
In addition to the questions on this form, inquiry also is made about a person's adherence to security requirements, honesty
and integrity, vulnerability to exploitation or coercion, falsification, mis-representation, and any other behavior, activities, or
associations that tend to show the person is not reliable, trustworthy, or loyal.
Your Personal Interview
Some investigations will include an interview with you as a normal part of Ihe investigative process. This provides you the
opportunity to update, clarify, and explain information on your form more completely, which often helps to complete your
investigation faster. It is important that the interview be conducted as soon as possible after you are contacted. Postponements
will delay the processing of your investigation, and declining to be interviewed may result in your investigation being
delayed or canceled.
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You will be asked to bring identification with your picture on it, such asavalid State driver'slicense, to the interview.There
are other documents you may be asked to bring to verify your identity a^welL^'hese include documentation of any legal
name change. Social Security card, and/or birth certificate.
You may also be asked to bring documents about information you provided on the form or other matters requiring specific
attention.These matters include alien registration,delinquent loans or taxes, bankruptcy,^udgments, liens, or other financial
obligations, agreements involving child custody or support, alimony orproperty settlements, arrests, convictions, probation,
and/orparole.
Organisation of this Porm
This form has two parts. Partlasks for background information, including where you have lived, gone to schooL and
worked. Part2asks about your activities and such matters as firings froma)ob, criminal history record, use of illegal drugs,
and abuse of alcohoL
In answering all questions on this form, keep in mind that your answers are considered together with the information obtained
in the investigation to reach an appropriate adjudication.
InstructionsforOom^letingthisPorm
1. Follow the instructions given to you by the person who gave you the form and any other clarifying instructions furnished
by that person to assist you in completion of the form.You should retainacopy of the completed form for your records.
2. All questions on this form must be answered. If no response is necessary or applicable, indicate this on the form by
checking the associated "Not Applicable'box. If you need to eslimaleadale, an "estimated" box will be available after each
^^t ^^^t i -ybl ^^k
3 Do not abbreviate the names of cities or foreign countries.Whenever you are asked to supplya'"Country'" name, you may
select the country name by using the country list feature.
Touse the "Country"'list feature, click on ihe'List" link beside the "Country"'title toopenalisting of country names ina
separate window.Find the desired country name and use your web browser's "Copy" and "Paste'features to copy the country
name into the ""Country"'text field If the country name is not in the list, manually enter the country name into the "Country "
text field
When enteringaUnited States address or location, select the state or territory from the "States" pulldown list.Selectinga
state/territory implies "United Slates " as the country, so you do not need to enter it into the ""Country" text field. For locations
outside of the United States and its territories, enter the name of the country into the "Country" text field and leave the '"State"
field blank.
4. The5digit postal ^IP codes are needed to speed the processing of your investigation. The office that provided the form
win assist you in completing the ^IP codes.
5. For telephone numbers in the United Slates, be sure to include the area code, and use one of the following formats;
(123^456 7890or 1234567890
6 Al l dates provided on this form must be in Month/Oay/Year or Month/YearformaL Use the pull down lists lo select the
month and day.^^e year should he entered as all four numbers,ie,1978 or 2001.If you find that you cannot report an exact
date, approximate or estimate Ihe dale to the best of your ability and indicate this by checking the "Fsl."box.
Pinal OeterminationonYour^ligihility
Final determination on your eligibility for access locla^^ified information is the responsibility of the Federal agency that
requested yotir investigation. You may be provided the opportunity personally to explain, refute, or clarify any information
beforeafinal decision is made.
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Penalties for Inaccurate or Palse statements
The United States Criminal Code^title 18, section 100I)provides that knowingly falsifying or concealingamaterial fact isa
felony which may result in fines of up to^lO,000,and/or5years imprisonment, or both. In addition. Federal agencies
generallyfire, do not grantasecurity clearance, or disqualify individuals who have materially and deliberately falsified these
forms, and this remainsapart of the permanent record for fnture placements.Because the position for which you are being
considered isasensitive one, your trustworihinessisaveryimporiant consideration in deciding your eligibility forasecurity
clearance.Yourprospects of placement or security clearance are better i f you answer all questions truthfully and completely.
You willhave adequate opportunity to explain any information yougive us on the form and to make your comments part of
the record.
Disclosure of Information
The information you give us is for the purpose of investigating you foranational security positions we will protect it from
unauthorized disclosure.The collection, maintenance, and disclosure ofbackground investigative information is governed by
the Privacy AcLThe agency which requested the investigation and the agency which conducted the investigation have
published notices in die Federal Register describing the systems ofrecords in which yourrecords will be maintained.You
may obtain copies of the relevant notices from the person who gave you this form. fhe information on this form, and
information we collect during an investigation may be disclosed without your consent as permitted by the Privacy Act (5
USC552a(b))andasfollowsbelow
P^I^ACYACTROOTIN^OS^S
1. Tothe Department of justice when;(a) the agency or any component thereof; or (b)any employee of the agency in h i s ^
her official capacity; or(c)any employee of the agency in his or her individual capacity where the Department of justice has
agreed to represent the cmploy^^: or (d)th^ United States Government, isaparty to litigation or has interest in such
litigation, and by careful review,the agency determines that the records are both relevant and necessary to the litigation and
the use of such records by the Department of justice is therefore deemed by the agency to be forapurpose that is compatible
with the purpose for which the agency collected the records.
2. Toacourt or adjudicative body inaproceedingwhen;(a) the agency orany component thereof; or (b)any employee of the
agency in his or her official capacity; or(c)any employee of the agency in his or her individual capacity where the
Department of .lustice has agreed to represent Ihe employee; or(d) the United States GovemmenLisaparty to litigation or
has interest in such litigation, and by careful review,the agency determines that the records are both relevant and necessary to
the litigation and the use of such records is therefore deemed by the agency to be forapurpose that is compatible with the
purpose for which the agency collected the records.
3. Fxcept as noted in O^estion 24, whenarecord on its face, or in conjunction with otherrecords,indicatesaviolation or
potential violation oflaw,whetherciviLcriminaL or regulatory in namre, and whether arising by general statute, particular
program statute, regulation, rule, or order issued pursuant diereto, Ihe relevant records may be disclosed to the appropriate
Federal,foreign. State, locaL tribal, or other public authority responsible for enforcing, investigating orprosecuting such
violation or charged with enforcing or implementing the statute, rule, regulation, or order.
4. Toany source orpotential source from which information is requested in the course of an investigation concerning the
hiring orretention of an employee or other personnel action, or the issuing or retention ofasecurity clearance, contract,
grant, license, or other benefit, to the extent necessary lo identify the individual, inform the source of the namre and purpose
of the investigation, and to identify the type of information requested.
5. ToaFederaL State, locaL foreign, tribal, or olherpublic authority the fact that this system of records contains information
relevant to the retention of an employee, or the retention ofasecurity clearance, contract, license, grant, or other benefiLThe
other agency or licensing organization may then makearequest supported by written consent of the individual for the entire
record if it so chooses. No disclosure will be made unless the information has been determined to be sufficiently reliable to
supportareferral to another office within the agency or to another Federal agency for criminal, civiL administrative,
personneL or regulatory action.
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6. Tocontractors, grantees, experts, consultants, or volunteers when necessary to performafunction or service related to this
record for which they have been engaged.Such recipients shall be required to comply with the Privacy Act ofl 974, as
amended.
7. Tothe news media or the general public,factual information the disclosun^ of which would be in the public interest and
which would not constitute an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy.
8. ToaFederaL State, or local agency,or other appropriate entities or individuals, or through established liaison channels to
selected foreign governments, in order to enable an intelligence agency to carry out its responsibilities under the National
Security Act of 1947 as amended, the CIA Act ofl 949 as amended, Executive Order 12333 or any successor order,
applicable national security directives, or classified implementing procedures approved by the Attorney General and
promulgated pursuant to such statutes, orders or directives.
9. ToaMember of Congress or loaCongressional staff member in response to an inquiry of the Congressional office made
at the written request ofthe constituent about whom the record is maintained.
10. Tothe National Archives and Records Adntinistration for records management inspections conducted under 44 USC
2904and2906
11. Tothe Office ofManagement and Budget when necessary to the review of private relieflegislation.
Pt^BLIOB^RD^N INFORMATION
Public Burden reporting for this collection of information is estimated to average 90 minutes per response, including time for
reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed and completing and
reviewing the collection ofinformation.Send comments regarding the burden ^^l i ^^t ^^r^^y^t l ^^r^^^^t ^l ^t l ^i ^ ^^11^^^^ —
of information, including suggestions forreducing this burden to OPM Forms Officer, United States Office of Personnel
Management,1900FStreetNW,WashingtonfX^20415 7900 L^notsend your completed form to this address. TheOMB
No. 3206^0005 is currently valid. OPM may not collect this information and you are not required to respond unless this
number is displayed.
E^0^^2^^8Ri^erfortl^eS^8^
executive Ordert2^68 Rider fortheOuestionnaire for National Security Positions ^SP^^)
Some questions on the current SF86specifyatime1rume of seven years.which is not consistent with Executive Order 12968.
Untilarevised form is in place, interim instructions are needed for some of the items on the current SF86 when an SSBI is
required.These questions should be answered withaten(lO) year lime frame for the case to meet the new standard;
Section 9: WhereYoullave Lived
Section IO:W^ereYouWent to School
SeclionlLYour Employment Activities
Section 22;Your Employment Record
Section 23,questionseandfYour Police Record
Section 29; Public Record CivilCourt Actions
If you have questions, please contact the official that gave you access to the e-OIPSystem.
Sections^-^^ Your Identifying Information
Provide the following information about your tdenltty.
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Section 1: Full Name
If you have no first name or middle name, select No First Name (NFN) or No Middle Name (NMN), as appropriate. If you
have only initials in your name, enter the initial(s) (without the period) and select Initial Only (10). If you are a "Jr.,"" "Sr.,"
"II, " etc., enter this under Suffix.
Full Name
Last: Manning First: Bradley Middle: Edward Suffix:
Section 2: Date of Birth
Date of Birth
Month/Day/Year#MK/ia8Z
Section 3: Place of Birth
Place of Birth
City: Oklahoma City County: OKLAHOMA State: QK Country:
Section 5: Other Names Used
Give other names you have used and the period of time you used them (for example: maiden name, name(s) by a former
marriage, former name(s), alias(es), nickname(s)). If the other name is your maiden name, check the "nee" box.
utner Names usea ( Not Applicable: { x } )
(No Entry Provided)
Section 6: Other Identifying Information
Height
Feet: §
Inches: 2
Weight (Pounds): ULL
Hair Color: BLOND
Eye Color: BLUE
Sex
Male: { x } Female: { }
Section 7: Telephone Numbers
Provide your telephone numhiers and die time of die day that you are most likely available at these numbers. Include the Area
Code and extension, where applicable.
Work Telephone
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Nurr^ber: Time:
HomeTelephone
Number: Time:
Section 8^ Citizenship
Itema
Mark the box that refiects your current citizenship status, and fol l ow its instructions.
Citizenship Status
laiTiaUSciti^en or riatiorial by t^irthiiT the LI Soi ' US territory/possession (Arisvveri1eiTisl:iaridd):^x
lamaLIS.Citizen, butlwas NOT born in the LIS^Answer items b, oandd): ^^
lam nolaU.S. citizen.(Answer itemsbande):^ ^
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Your Mother's Maiden Name:
Itemed United States Citizenship
If you tu^aU^S^eiti^:eri^but^were not born in the us,provide iiiforitialiou about oti^ormor^ ofthe following pro^
citizenship.
Naturalisation Certificate (Where were you naturalised^)
Court:
Location
City: Stale:
Certifioate Number:
i^ale Issued
Month/Oav/Year:^/^/^
Citizenship Certificate (Where was the certificate issued^)
Place Issued
City: State:
Certificate Number:
Oate Issued
l^or^th/Oav/Year:-^/^/^
State Oepartment Form 240 l9eport of Birth/abroad ofaCiti^en ofthe United States
Give Ihe date the form was prepared and give an explanation i f needed.
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Date Form Prepared
Month/Oav/Year:^/^/-^
Explanation
U.SPassport
This may be eitheracurrentorprevious U.S.Passport.
Passport Number:
Oate Issued
Month/Oav/Year:08/2^/2005
Item d^ Dual Citizenship
If you are(orwere)aduaI citizen of the UnitedStates and another country,provide the name of that country.
Country(ies)ofOualCiti^enship(NotApplioable:^x^ )
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Itemed Al i en
If you are an alien, provide the following information;
Place You Entered the United States
City: State:
Oate You EnteredUS
Month/Oay/Year:^/-^/-^
Alien Flegistration Number:
Country(ies) of Citizenship
/^o^r^^r^^rov-^c^eo^
Section ^^^here You l^aveLive^
Provideadetailed entry for each place you have lived in the 1ast7years. All periods must be accounted for in your lisLOo
not listapermanent address when you were actually living ataschool address, etc.You may omit temporary military duty
locations under90 days (list your permanent address instead).
T Provide Ihe requested information about this place where you have lived.
Be sure to indicate die actual physical location of your residence; do not useapost office box as an address, do not list
apermanent address when you were actually living ataschool address, etc. Be sure to specify your location as closely
as possible; for example, do not list only your base or ship, list your barracks number or home port.
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For temporary military duty locations under 90 days, list your permanent address instead. You should use your
APO/FPO address if you lived overseas.
For addresses in the last five years, if this address is "General Delivery," a Rural or Star Route, or may be difficult to
locate, provide directions for locating the residence under Additional Comments below.
Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 07/2006 To (Month/Year): Present
Street Address
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Person Who Knew You
For any address in the last 5 years, list a person who knew you at this address, and who preferably still lives in that area
(do not list people for residences completely outside this 5-year period, and do not list your spouse, former spouses, or
other relatives).
Name:
Street Address
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
TftlftphnnR Niimhmr
Number:
2- Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 04/2006 To (Month/Year): 07/2006
Street Address
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code
Person Who Knew You
Name:
Street Address
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Telephone Number
Number:
3 Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 09/2005 To (Month/Year): 04/2006
Street Address
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
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Name:
Street Address
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Telephone Number
Number:
4 Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 11/2001 To (Month/Year): 09/2005
Street Address
Street:
City: : Country: Zip Code:
Person Who Knew You
Name:
Street Address
Street:
Cityr Stater Couiiliy. Zip Cudw:
Telephone Number
Number:
Additional Comments
In West Wales Postal Code SA611 HS
5- Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 01/1992 To (Month/Year): 11/2001
Street Address
Street:
City: State: Countr/: Zip Code:
Person Who Knew You
Name:
Street Address
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Telephone Number
Number:
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Section 10: Where You Went To School
List the schools you have attended, beyond Junior High School, in the last 7 years. If all of your education occurred more
than 7 years ago, list your most recent education beyond high school, no matter when that education occurred.
Schools Attended ( Not Applicable: { } )
"1 • Provide the requested information about this school you attended. For correspondence schools and extension classes,
provide the address where die records are maintained.
Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 09/2001 To (Month/Year): 06/2005
School Type
High School: { X }
College/University/Military College: { }
Vocational/Technical/Trade School: { }
School Name: Tasker Milward VC
Street Address
Street: Portfield Ave Haverford
City: Wales Stalfi Cniintrv: UNlTEaKlNGDQM-2i&Cod«;
Provide a detailed entry for each degree, diploma, etc. you received from this school.
Degree/Diploma/Other
1 • Date Awarded
Month/Year: 06/2005
Degree/Diploma/Other: HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA
(End ol Degree/Diploma/Other List)
Person Who Knew You
For schools you attended in the last 3 years, list a person who knew you at school (an instructor, student, etc.). Do not
list people for education completely outside this 3-year period.
Name:
Street Address
Street:
City: State; Country: Zip Code
Telephone Number
Number:
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From(Month/Year^:01/2007To(Month/Year^:05/2007
SchoolType
HighSchool:^^
College/University/Military College:^x^
Vocational/Technioal/TradeSchool:^^
SchoolNameMONTGOMERY COLLEGE OFROCKV1LLE
Street Address
Street: 51 Mannakee St
Citv: Rockville Stale MDCotmtrv: ZioCode:20850-1101
Degree/Diploma/Other
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Person Who KnewYou
Name
Street Address
Street:
Citv: State: Country: ZioCode
Telephone Number
Number:
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Sectiont1:Your Employment Activities
Provideadetailed entry for each of your employment activities for the last7years.You should list all fulltime work,
parttime work, mihtary service, temporary military duty Iocationsover90 days, self-employment, otherpaid work, and all
periods of unemployment. The entire7yearperiod must be accounted for without breaks, but you need not list employments
before your 16th birthday.E^CEPTION; Show all Federal civilian service, whetherit occurred within the last7yearsornot.
t Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 01/2007To(Month/Yearl: Present
Use one of the codes listed below to identify the type of employment;
Type of Employment
Active military duty stations:^^
National Guard/I9eserve:^^
U.S.P.H.S. Commissioned Corps:^^
Other Federal employment:^^
State Government ^NonFederalemployment):^^
Selfemployment:^^
Unemployment:^^
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Federal Contractor:^ ^
Other:^x^
Employer Name: Starbucks
Your Position Title: Barista
Employer's Street Address
Street: 7911Tuckerman Lane
City: Potomac State: MD Country: ZipCode:20854
Employer'sTelephone Number
Number:f301^765 0556
dob Location Street Address (ifdifferentthan employer address)
StreeL
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
dob Location Telephone Number
Number:
Supervisors Name:
Supervisor's StreetAddress (if different than iob location)
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Supervisor'sTelephone Number
Number:
Provide Previous Periods of Activity if you worked for this employer on more than one occasion at the same location.
After entering the most recent period of employment above, provide previous periods of employment at the same
location on die additional lines provided. For example, if you worked at ^Y Plumbing in Denver, CO, during3
separate periods of time, you would enter dates and information concerning the most recent period of employment
above, and provide dates, position titles, and supervisors for the two previous periods of employment on die lines
below.
Previous Periods Of Activi1y(NotApplicable:^x^ )
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^ Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year^:06/2006To(Month/Year^: 01/2007
Type of Employment
Active military duty stations:^^
National Guard/f^eserve:^^
USPHS Commissioned Corps:^^
Other Federal employment:^^
State Government (Non-Federal employment):^ ^
Selfemployment:^^
UnemploymenL^x^
Federal Contractor:^^
Other:^^
List the name of the person who can verify your unemployment.
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Verifier Name:
VerifieBs Street Address
Street:
City: State: Country: Zi pCod
Verifier'sTelephone Number
Number:
^- Dates of Activity
From(Month/Yearl:04/2006To(Month/Year^:06/2006
Type of Employment
Aotive military duty stations:^^
National Guard/^eserve:^^
t^.S.P.H.S.Commissioned(^orps:^ ^
Other Federal employment:^ ^
State Government (NonFederalemployment):^^
Self employment:^ ^
Unemployment:^^
Federal Contractor:^^
Other:^x^
Employer Name: FYE
Your Position Title: Asst Manager
Employer's Street Address
Street:7021 SMemori ai Drive
Ci 1y: Ti l 1^St at e: ^Count ry: Zip Code: 7 4 1 ^
Employer'sTelephone Number
Number:
dob Looation Street Address (if different than employer address)
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
dob LocationTelephone Number
Number:
Supervisor's Name:
Supervisor's Street Address (if different than iob location)
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Supervisor'sTelephone Number
Number:
Provide Previous Periods of Activity if you worked for this employer on more than one occasion at the same location.
After entering the most recent period of employment above, provide previous periods of employment at the same
location on Ihe additional lines provided.For example, if you worked at ^Y Plumbing in Denver, CO, during3
separate periods of time, you would enter dates and information concerning the most recent period of employment
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above, and provide dales, position titles, and supervisors for the two previous periods of employment on die lines
below.
Previous Periods of Activity ( Not Applicable: { x } )
(No Entry Provided)
4. Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 02/2006 To (Month/Year): 04/2006
Type of Employment
Active military duty stations: { }
National Guard/Reserve: { }
U.S.P.H.S. Commissioned Corps: { }
Other Federal employment: { }
State Government (Non-Federal employment): { }
Self-employment: { }
Unemployment: { }
Federal Contractor: { }
Other: { x }
Employer Name: Zoto Inc
Your Position Title: Intern Programer
-Employer^s-Street-Address-
Street: 123 South Hudson Street
City: Oklahoma City State: QK Country: Zip Code: 73102
Employer's Telephone Number
Number: (650) 641-0108
Job Location Street Address (if different than employer address)
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Job Location Telephone Number
Number:
Supervisor's Name:
Supervisor's Street Address (if different than job location)
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Supervisor's Telephone Number
Number:
Provide Previous Periods of Activity if you worked for this employer on more than one occasion at the same location.
After entering the most recent period of employment above, provide previous periods of employment at the same
location on the additional lines provided. For example, if you worked at XY Plumbing in Denver, CO, during 3
separate periods of time, you would enter dates and information concerning die most recent period of employment
atiove, and provide dales, position titles, and supervisors for the two previous periods of employment on the lines
below.
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Previous Periods of Activity ( Not Applicable: { x } )
(No Entry Provided)
5- Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 09/2005 To (Month/Year): 02/2006
Type of Employment
Active military duty stations: { }
National Guard/Reserve: { }
U.S.P.H.S. Commissioned Corps: { }
Other Federal employment: { }
State Government (Non-Federal employment): { }
Self-employment: { }
Unemployment: { }
Federal Contractor: { }
Other: { x }
Employer Name: Incredible Pizza Co
Your Position Title: Server
Employer's Street Address
Street: 8314 E 71 St
City: l ui sa State: OK Country: Zip Code: 74132
Employer's Telephone Number
Number: (918) 294-8671
Job Location Street Address (if different than employer address)
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Job Location Telephone Number
Number:
Supervisor's Name:
Supervisor's Street Address (if different than job location)
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Supervisor's Telephone Number
Number:
Provide Previous Periods of Activity if you worked for this employer on more than one occasion at the same location.
After entering the most recent period of employment above, provide previous periods of employment at the same
location on die additional lines provided. For example, if you worked at XY Plumbing in Denver, CO, during 3
separate periods of time, you would enter dates and information concerning the most recent period of employment
above, and provide dates, position titles, and supervisors for the two previous periods of employment on die lines
below.
Previous Periods of Activity ( Not Applicable: { x } )
(No Entry Provided)
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Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 08/1988 To (Month/Year): 09/2005
Type of Employment
Active military duty stations: { }
National Guard/Reserve: { }
U.S.P.H.S. Commissioned Corps: { }
Other Federal employment: { }
State Government (Non-Federal employment): { }
Self-employment: { }
Unemployment: { x }
Federal Contractor: { }
Other: { }
List the name of the person who can verify your unemployment.
Verifier Name:
Verifier's Street Address
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Verifier's Telephone Number
Number:
(End of List)
Section 12: People Who Know You Well
List three people who know you well and live in the United States. They should be good friends, peers, colleagues, college
roommates, etc., whose combined association widi you covers as well as possible the last 7 years. Do not list your spouse,
former spouses, or other relatives, and try not to list anyone who is listed elsewhere on this form.
' • Dates Known
From (Month/Year): 01/1996 To (Month/Year): Present
Name:
Home or Work Address
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Telephone Number
Number: Time: Night
2- Dates Known
From (Month/Year): 09/1993 To (Month/Year): Present
Name:
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Home or Work Address
Street:
City: State: Country: Zip Code:
Telephone Number
Number: Time: Night
3- Dates Known
From (Month/Year): 08/1993 To (Month/Year): Present
Name:
Home or Wor
Stre 4701 fee Creek Road
City: Edmond State: QK Country: Zip Code: 73034
Telephone Number
Number: ( Time: Night
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Section 13/15: Your Spouse
Mark one item to show your current marital status.
Marital Status
Never Married: { x }
Married: { }
Separated: { }
Legally Separated: { }
Divorced: { }
Widowed: { }
Other: { }
Current Spouse ( Not Applicable: { x } )
(No Entry Provided)
Former Spouse(s) ( Not Applicable: { x } )
(No Entry Provided)
Section 14/15: Your Relatives and Associates
Give the full name, correct code, and other requested information for each of your relatives and associates, living or dead,
specified below.
1. Mother
2. Fadier
3. Stepmother
4. Stepfather
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5. Foster Parent
6. Child(Adopted and Foster Child also)
7 Stepchild
8. Brother
9 Sister
10. Stepbrodier
11. Stepsister
12 Halfbrother
13. Halfsister
14. Father-inlaw
15. Mothertnlaw
16. Guardian
17 Other Relatives
18. Associated
19 Adult Currently Living widiYou
mother Relative-include only foreign national relatives not listed i nl - 16wi di whom you or your spouse are bound by
affection, obligation,or close and continuing contact Associate-include only foreign national associates with whom you or
your spouse are bound by affection, obligation, or close and continuing contact.
^ Relationship Type: Mother
Full Name
Last: First: Susan Middle: Mary Suffix:
Deceased
Yes:^^No:^x^
DateofBirth
Month/Day/Year:
Country of Birth
CountrvUNITEDKINGDOM
Country(ies)of Citizenship
^ Country; UNITED KINGDOM
(^^^^i^^Co^^r^^i^^,)^^Ci^i.^^^s^^^^^^r,)
Provide the following information if this person is living.
Current Address
Citv: Haverfordwest State: Country: UNITED KINGDOM
Secti on15: Citizenship of Your Relatives and Associates
If your mother, 1ather,sister, brother, child, or person with whom you haveaspouse-like relationship isaU.S.citizen
by other than birdi, or an alien residing in the U.S.,provideaProof of Citizenship Status entry below.
Proof of Citizenship Status
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Provide one or more of die following to identify proof of citizenship status.
Naturalisation Certificate
Certificate Number:
Provide the date issued and the location where the person was naturahzed (Court, City and State).
Date Issued
Month/Dav/Year:^/^/^
Court:
Location
City: State:
Citizenship Certificate
Certificate Number:
Provide the date and location issued (City and State).
Date Issued
Month/Dav/Year:^/^/^ Location Issued
City: State:
Alien Registration
Registration Number:
Provide the date and place where the person entered theU.S.(City and State).
Date EnteredUS
Month/Dav/Year:-/^/-
Place EnteredU S
City: State:
Other
Provide an explanation in the space below.
Explanation
Mother is not aci t i zen of t he United States but i saci t i zen of t he UK
2^ RelationshipType: Father
Full Name
Last: Manning First: Brian Middle: Edward Suffix:
Deceased
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Yes: { } No: { X }
Date of Birth
Month/Day/Year:t
Country of Birth
Country: UNITED STATES
Country(ies) of Citizenship
1 Country: UNITED STATES
(End ot Country(ies) of Citizenship List)
Current Addr
Street
City: State: Country:
Section 15: Citizenship of Your Relatives and Associates
Proof of Citizenship Status
(No Entry Provided)
3- Relationship Type: Sister
Full Name
Last: Major First: Casey Middle: Manning Suffix:
Deceased
Yes: { } No: { X }
Date of Birth
Monlh/Day/Year:J
Country of Birth
Country: UNITED STATES
Country(ies) of Citizenship
1 Country; UNITED STATES
(End of Country(ies) of Citizenship List)
Current Address
Street:
City: State: Country:
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Proof of Citizenship Status
(No Entry Provided)
(End of List)
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Section 16: Your Military History
Answer the following questions.
a. Have you served in the United States military?
Yes: { } No: { X }
b. Have you served in the United States Merchant Marine?
Yes: { } No: { X }
List all of your military service below, including service in Reserve, National Guard, and U.S. Merchant Marine. If you had a
break in service, each separate period should be listed. If your service was with other than the U.S. Armed Forces, identify
the country for which you served.
Military History ( Not Applicable: { x } )
(No Entry Provided)
Section 17: Your Foreign Activities
Answer ihe following questions.
a. Do you have any foreign property, business connections, or financial interests?
Yes: { } No: { X }
b. Are you now or have you ever been employed by or acted as a consultant for a foreign government,
firm or agency?
Yes: { } No: { X }
c. Have you ever had any contact with a foreign government, its establishments (embassies or
consulates), or its representatives, whether inside or outside the U.S., other than on official U.S.
Government business? (Does not include routine visa applications and border crossing contacts.)
Yes: { } No: { X }
d. In the last 7 years, have you had an active passport that was issued by a foreign government?
Yes: { } No: { X }
If you answered " Yes"' to one or more of the questions above, provide a detailed entry for each period of foreign activity.
(No Entry Provided)
Section 18: Foreign Countries You Have Visited
List foreign countries you have visited, except on travel under official Government orders, working back 7 years. ( Travel as a
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dependent or contractor must be listed.)Include short trips to Canada or Mexico. If you lived nearaborder and have made
short(one day or less) trips to the neighboring country, you do not need to list each trip. Do not repeat travel covered in
sections 9,10, or l l .
Foreign Travels ( Not Applicable: { } )
1 • Indicate the purpose of your visit. If you lived near a border and have made short (one day or less) trips to the
neighboring country, provide the time period, purpose, country and check the " Many Short Trips" box.
Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 03/2006 To (Month/Year): 03/2006
Purpose of Visit
Business: { } Pleasure: { x } Education: { } Other: { }
Countries Visited
1 Country: UNITED KINGDOM
(End of Countries Visited List)
Many Short Trips: { }
^ Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 11/2001 To (Month/Year): 09/2005
Purpose of Visit
Business: { } Pleasure: { } Education: { } Other: { x }
Countries Visited
Country: UNITED KINGDOM
(End ol Countries Visited List)
Many Short Trips: { }
3 Dates of Activity
From (Month/Year): 10/2004 To (Month/Year): 10/2004
Purpose of Visit
Business: { } Pleasure: { x } Education: { } Other: { }
Countries Visited
1- Country: JAPAN
(End of Countries Visited List)
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Many Short Trips: { }
Section 19: Your Military Record
Answer the following question.
(EndofUst)
Have you ever received other than an honorable discharge from the military?
Yes: { } No: { X }
If "Yes," provide the date of discharge and type of discharge below.
Date Of Discharge
Month/Year: - 1 ~
Type of Discharge:
Section 20: Your Selective Service Record
Answer the foltowing question.
a. Are you a male born after December 31,1959?
Yes: { X } No: { }
If you answered "Yes" to question a, answer the following question.
b. Have you registered with the Selective Service System?
Yes: { X } No: { }
If you answered "Yes"" to question b, provide your registration number. If "No," show the reason for your legal exemption.
Registration Number:
Legal Exemption Explanation ( I Do Not Know: { } )
Section 21: Your Medical Record
Answer the following question.
In the last 7 years, have you consulted with a mental health professional (psychiatrist, psychologist.
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counselor,etc.)or have you consulted with another health care provider aboutamental health related
condition?
Yes : ^^No: ^x^
If you answered''Yes,"provide an entry for each treatment to report,unless the consultation(s)invoIved only maritaL family,
or grief counseling, not related to violence by you.
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Section 22: Your Employment Record
Answerthefollowingquestion
Has anyofthe following happened to you in the Iast7years?
t. Fired fromajob.
2. Ouitajob after being told you'd be fired
3. Leftajob by mutual agreement following allegations of misconducL
4 Leftajob by mutual agreement following allegations of unsatisfactory performance
5 Leftajob for other reasons under unfavorable circumstances
Yes:^^No:^x^
If you answered "Yes,"provideadetailed entry for each occurrence to report.
(^/Vo^nfry/^r^ov/c(ed)
Section 23: Your Police Record
For this item, report information regardless of whether the record in your case has been''sealed"or otherwise stricken from
the court record. The single exception to this requirement is for certain convictions under the Federal Controlled Substances
Act for which the couri issued an expungement orderunderthe authority of21 U.S.C. 844 or 18 us e. 3607.
Answerthefollowingquestions
a. Have you ever been charged with or convicted of any felony offense? (Include those unCer Uniform
Code of Military Justice)
Yes: ^^No: ^x^
b Have you ever been charged with or convicted ofafirearms or explosives offense?
Yes: ^^No: ^x^
c Are there currently any Charges pending against you for any criminal offense?
Yes: ^^No: ^x^
d. Have you ever been charged with or convicted of any offense(s) related to alcohol or drugs?
Yes: ^^No: ^x^
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e. In the Iast7years,have you been subjectto court martial or other disciplinary proceedings underthe
Uniform Code of Military Justice? (Include non judicial. Captain's mast, etc.)
Yes : ^ ^ No: ^ x ^
f In the Iast7years, have you been arrested for,charged with,or convictedof any offense(s) not listed in
response to a, b,c,d,oreaboye? (Leave out traffic fines of less than ^150 unless the violation was
alcohol or drug related )
Yes:^^No:^x^
If you answered "Yes"to a, b,c,d,e,orfabove, provide an entry for each occurrence to report.
(^O^B^^^^FOiB/ded)
Section 24: Your ^se of Illegal Orugs and Orug Activity
The following questions pertain to the illegal use of drugs or drug activity. You are required to answer the questions fully and
truthfully, and your failure to do so could be grounds for an adverse employment decision or action against you, but neither
your truthful responses nor information derived from your responses will be used as evidence against you in any subsequent
criminal proceeding.
Answerthefollowingquestions
a. Since the age of t ^or in the Iast7years.whichever is shorter.have you illegally used any controlled
substance, for example, marijuana, cocaine, crack cocaine, hashish, narcotics (opium, morphine,
codeine, heroin, etc ), amphetamines, depressants (barbiturates, methaqualone, tranquilizers, etc ),
hallucinogenics (LSD, PCP, etc), orprescription drugs?
Yes : ^ ^ No: ^ x ^
b Have you ^ y ^ illegally usedacontrolled substance while employed asalaw enforcement officer,
prosecutor,or courtroom official: while possessingasecurity clearance: or while inaposition directly and
immediately affecting the public safety?
Yes : ^^No: ^x^
c. In the Iast7years,have you been involved in the illegal purchase,manufacture,trafficking, production,
transfer,shipping,receiving, or sale of any narcotic, depressant, stimulanL hallucinogen,or cannabis for
your own intended profit or that of another?
Yes : ^ ^ No: ^ x ^
If you answered "Yes"toaorbabove, provide an entry for each controlled substance orprescription drug used.
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Section 25: Your l^se of Alcohol
Answerthefollowingquestion
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In the last 7 years, has your use of alcoholic beverages (such as liquor, beer, wine) resulted in any
alcohol-related treatment or counseling (such as for alcohol abuse or alcoholism)?
Yes: { } No: { X }
If you answered "Yes," provide an entry for each Ureatment to report. Do not repeat information reported in response to
section 21.
(No Entry Provided)
Section 2^: Your Investigations Record
Answerthefollowingquestion.
a.Has the United States Government ever investigated your background and/or granted youasecurity
clearance? If your response is "NoB'or you don't know or can't recall if you were investigated and
cleared, check the'^No^^ box.
Yes: ^ ^ No: ^ x^
If you answered "Yes," provide the requested information below.
(No Entry Provided)
Answer the following question.
b. To your knowledge, have you ever had a clearance or access authorization denied, suspended, or
revoked, or have you ever been debarred from government employment? (An administrative downgrade
or termination of a security clearance is not a revocation.)
Yes: { } No: { X }
If you answered "Yes," provide the requested information below.
(No Entry Provided)
Section 27: Your Financial Record
Answer the following questions.
a. In the last 7 years, have you filed a petition under any chapter of the bankruptcy code (to include
Chapter 13)?
Yes: { } No: { X }
b. In the last 7 years, have you had your wages garnished or had any property repossessed for any
reason?
Yes: { } No: { X }
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c. In the Iast7years,have you hadalien placed against your propertyforfailing to pay taxes or other
debts?
Yes : ^ ^ No: ^ x ^
d In the Iasl7years,have you had any judgments against you that have not been paid?
Yes : ^ ^ No: ^ x ^
If you answered "Yes" to a, b,c, or d, provide an entry for each occurrence to report.
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Section 28: Your Financial Oelinguencies
Answerthefollowingquestions
a. In the Iast7years,have you been over 180 days delinquent on any debt(s)?
Yes : ^ ^ No: ^ x ^
b Are you currently over90 days delinquent on any debt(s)?
Yes: ^ ^ No: ^ X^
If you answered "Yes" toaorb, provide an entry for each occurrence to report.
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Section 29: Pul^lic Record Civil Court Actions
Answerthefollowingquestion
In the Iast7years,have you beenaparty to any public record civil court actions not listed elsewhere on
this form?
Yes : ^ ^ No: ^ x ^
If you answered "Yes,"provide the information about each public record civil court action.
(^oE^r^f^^^oiB^ded)
Section 30: Your Association Record
Answerthefollowingquestions.
a Have you ever been an officer oramember or madeacontribution to an organization dedicated to the
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violent overthrow of the United States Government and which engages in illegal activities to that end,
knowing that the organization engages in such activities with the specific intent to further such activities?
Yes: ^ ^ No: ^ x^
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Government by force?
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and are made in good faith.Iunderstandthataknowing and willful false statement on this form can be punished by fine or
imprisonment or bodi. (See section 1001 of title 18, United States Code).
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Form approved:
O.M.B. No. 3206-0005
NSN 7540-00-634-4036
86-111
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
After compl et i ng Parts 1 and 2 of thi s f orm and any attachments, you shoul d review your answers to all quest i ons to make sure the f or m i s
compl et e and accurate, and then si gn and date the f ol l owi ng certi fi cati on and si gn and date the release on Page 10.
Certification That My Answers Are True
My Statements on this form, and any attachments to it, are tme, complete, and correct to the best of my knowledge and
belief and are made in good faith. I understand that a knowing and willful false statement on this form can be punished
by fine or imprisonment or txith. (See Section 1001 of title 18, United States Code).
Signature (Sign in ink) Full Name (Type or Print Legibly)
Manning, Bradley E
Date Signed
20070926
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Full Name (Type or Print Legibly)
Manning, Bradley E
Date Signed
20070926
Social Security Number
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5 CFR Pan 731, 732, and 736
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08F18704
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Form approved:
O.M.B. No. 3206-0005
NSN 754040-634-4036
86-111
AUTHORIZATION FOR RELEASE OF INFORMATION
Carefully read this authorization to release information about you, then sign and date it in ink.
I Authorize any investigator, special agent, or other duly accredited representative of the authorized Federal agency
conducting my background investigation, to obtain any information relating to my activities from individuals, schools,
residential management agents, employers, criminal justice agencies, credit bureaus, consumer reporting agencies,
collection agencies, retail business establishments, or other sources of information. This information may include, but
is not limited to, my academic, residential, achievement, performance, attendance, disciplinary, employment history,
criminal history record information, and financial and credit information. I authorize the Federal agency conducting my
investigation to disclose the record of my background investigation to the requesting agency for the purpose of making
a determination of suitability or eligibility for a security clearance.
I Understand that, for financial or lending institutions, medical institutions, hospitals, health care professionals, and
other sources of information, a separate specific release will be needed, and I may be contacted for such a release at a
later date. Where a separate release is requested for information relating to mental health treatment or counseling, the
release will contain a list of the specific questions, relevant to the job description, which the doctor or therapist will tie
asked.
I Further Authorize any investigator, special agent, or other duly accredited representative of the U.S. Office of
Personnel Management, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Defense, the Defense Investigative
-Service, and any other authorized fedeial aguncy, to request cnminai record information atxxit me from criminal justice
agencies for the purpose of determining my eligibility for access to classified information and/or for assignment to, or
retentton in, a sensitive National Security position, in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 9101. I understand that I may request a
copy of such records as may be available to me under the law.
I Authorize custodians of records and sources of information pertaining to me to release such information upon request
of the investigator, special agent, or other duly accredited representative of any Federal agency authorized atx3ve
regardless of any previous agreertient to the contrary.
I Understand that the information released by records custodians and sources of information is for official use by the
Federal Government only for the purposes provided in this Standard Form 86, and that it may be redisclosed by the
Government only as authorized by law.
Copies of this authorization that show my signature are as valid as the original release signed by me. This authorization
is valid for five (5) years from the date signed or upon termination of my affiliation with the Federal Government,
whichever is sooner. Read, sign and date the release on the next page if you answered "Yes" to question 21.
Signature (Sign in ink) Full Name (Type or Print Legibly)
Manni ng, Bradley E
Date Signed
20070926
Full Name (Type or Print Legibly)
Manni ng, Bradley E
Date Signed
20070926
other Names Used
Social Security Number
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5 CFR Part 731, 732, and 736
Form approved:
O.M.B. No. 3206-0005
NSN 7540-00-634-4036
86-111
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
AUTHORIZATION FOR RELEASE OF INFORMATION
Carefully read this authorization to release information about you, then sign and date it in ink.
I Authorize any investigator, special agent, or other duly accredited representative of the authorized Federal agency
conducting my background investigation, to obtain any information relating to my activities from individuals, schools,
residential management agents, employers, criminal justice agencies, credit bureaus, consumer reporting agencies,
collection agencies, retail business establishments, or other sources of information. This information may include, but
is not limited to, my academic, residential, achievement, performance, attendance, disciplinary, employment history,
criminal history record information, and financial and credit information. I authorize the Federal agency conducting my
investigation to disclose the record of my background investigation to the requesting agency for the purpose of making
a determination of suitability or eligibility for a security clearance.
1 Understand that, for financial or lending institutions, medical institutions, hospitals, health care professionals, and
other sources of information, a separate specific release will be needed, and I may be contacted for such a release at a
later date. Where a separate release is requested for information relating to mental health treatment or counseling, the
release will contain a list of the specific questions, relevant to the job description, which the doctor or therapist will be
asked.
1 Further Authorize any investigator, special agent, or other duly accredited representative of the U.S. Office of
Personnel Management, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Defense, the Defense Investigative
Service, and any other authorized Federal agency, to request criminal record information about me from criminal justice
agencies for the purpose of determining my eligibility for access to classified infomiation and/or for assignment to, or
retention in, a sensitive National Security position, in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 9101. I understand that I may request a
copy of such records as may be available to me under the law.
1 Authori ze custodians of records and sources of information pertaining to me to release such information upon request
of the investigator, special agent, or other duly accredited representative of any Federal agency authorized above
regardless of any previous agreement to the contrary.
I Understand that the information released by records custodians and sources of information is for official use by the
Federal Government only for the purposes provided in this Standard Form 86, and that it may be redisclosed by the
Government only as authorized by law.
Copies of this authorization that show my signature are as valid as the original release signed by me. This authorization
is valid for five (5) years from the date signed or upon termination of my affiliation with the Federal Government,
whichever is sooner. Read, sign and date the release on the next page if you answered "Yes" to question 21.
Signature (Sign in ink) Full Name (Type or Print Legibly)
Manning, Bradley E
Date Signed
20070926
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Manning, Bradley E
Date Signed
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(Include Area Code)

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5 CFR Parts 731, 732. and 736
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Form approved:
O.M.B. No. 3206-0005
NSN 7540-00-634-4036
86-111
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
AUTHORIZATION FOR RELEASE OF MEDICAL INFORMATION
Carefully read this authorization to release information about you, then sign and date it in ink.
Instructions for Completing this Release
This is a release for the investigator to ask your health practitioner(s) the three questions below conceming your mental
health consultations. Your signature will allow the practitioner(s) to answer only these questions.
I am seeking assignment to or retentbn in a position with the Federal government which requires access to classified
national security information or special nuclear information or material. As part of the clearance process, I hereby
authorize the Investigator, special agent, or duly accredited representative of the authorized Federal agency conducting
my background investigation, to obtain the following information relating to my mental health consultations:
Does the person under investigation have a condition or treatment that could impair his/her judgement or
reliability, particulady in the context of safeguarding classified national security information or special
nuclear information or material?
If so, please describe the nature of the condition and the extent and duration of the impairment or
treatment.
What is the prognosis?
I understand the information released pursuant to this release is for use by the Federal Government only for purposes
provided in the Standard Form 86 and that it may be redisclosed by the Government only as authorized by law.
Copies of this authorization that show my signature are as valid as the original release signed by me. This
authorization is valid for 1 year from the date signed or upon termination of my affiliation with the Federal Government,
whichever is sooner.
Signature (Sign in ink) Full Name (Type or Print Legibly)
Manni ng, Bradi oyE
Dale Signed
20070926
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Full Name (Type or Print Legibly)
Manni ng, Bradi oyE
Dale Signed
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5 CFR Parts 731, 732, and 736
Form approved:
O.M.B. No. 3206-0005
NSN 7540-00-634-4036
86-111
UNITEDSTATESOF AMERICA
AUTHORIZATION FORRELEASEOFMEOICALINFORMATION
Carefully read this authorization to release information about you, then sign and date it in ink.
lnstrut:^tions for Completing t hi ^ rel ease
This i sarel ease for the investigator to ask your health practitioner(s)the three questions below concerning your mental
health consultations. YoLir signature will allow the practitioner^s)to answer onlythese questions.
l am seeking assignmentto or retention i naposi t i on with the Federal govemmentwhich requires access to classified
nati onal securi tyi nformati onor special nuclear information or material. As part of thecl earanceprocess, I her el ^^
aut1^orizetheinvestigator,specialagent,ordulyaccreditedrepresentativeoftheauthorizedFederalagencyconducting
mybackground investigation, toobtai nthefol l owi ng infomnation relatingtomymentalhealthconsultations:
Doesthe person under investigation haveacondi ti onortreatmentthat could impairhis/herjudgementor
reliability, particularly in the context of safeguarding classified national security information or special
nuclear information or material? —
If so, please describe the nature of the condition and the extent and duration of the impairment or
treatment.
Whati stheprognosi s?
lunderstand the information released pursuant to this release is for use by the Federal Government only for purposes
provided in the Standard Fonn 86 and that it may be redisclosed by the Government only as authorized by law.
Copies of this authorization that show my signature are as valid as the original release signed by me. This
authorization is valid f or l year from the date signed or upon termination of my affiliation with the Federal Government,
whichever is sooner.
Signature (Sign in ink) Full Name (Type or Print Legibly) Date Signed
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
Manning, Bradley E 20070926
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NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD jCASE # 08F18704 IPAGE 1
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/16/07 - 10/25/07 j SID N075 | ORG ID C39 j REPORT # 01
TESTIMONIES
ITEM: 018 SOURCE: 001
NAME PERSONNEL TRAINEE DIVISION, BUILDING 470, FT.LEONARD WOOT, MO 65473
PERSONNEL RECORD
PROVIDER TCM BEREN, B-T ASSIQIMENT CLERK
ACCEPTABLE
NAME VERIFIED SSN VERIFIED DOB VERIFIED POB VERIFIED
EMPLOYMENT DATES 10/07 - 10/07
STATUS FULL TIME
WORKSITE ADDRESS CO-C- 82 BARRACKS, FT.LEONARD WOOD, MO 65473
POSITION TRAINEE
REHIRE STATUS NOT SHOWN
EMPLOYMENT STATUS CHANGE NOT APPLICABLE
ITEM: 019 SOURCE: 002
NAME BARRACKS MANAGEMENT, COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTER, BUILDING 470,
FT.LEONARD WOO), MO 65473
RENTAL RECORD
PROVIDER JUANITA LACK, LEAD INSPECTOR
NO RECORD
TRAINEES ARE REQUIRED TO LIVE IN THE BARRACKS, NO RESIDENCE RECORDS
ARE MAINTAINED.
ITEM: 019 INVESTIGATOR'S NOTE SOURCE: 003
TRAINEES ARE REQUIRED TO LIVE IN THE BARRACKS WHILE IN BASIC TRAINING.
THIS IS ALSO THE SAME LOCATION AS THE TRAINEES EMPLOYMENT. THE
TRAINEES EMPLOYMENT RECORD LOCATION IS UNDERSTOOD TO BE THE SAME AS
THE TRAINEES RESIDENTIAL LOCATIW.
ITEM: 020 SOURCE: 004
NAME MILITARY PERSONNEL DIVISION, BUILDING 470, FT.LEONARD WOOD, MO 65473
MILITARY RECORD
OBTAINED BY INVESTIGATOR
ACCEPTABLE
NAME VERIFIED SSN VERIFIED DOB VERIFIED POB VERIFIED
BRANCH OF SERVICE USA
DATE ENTERED SERVICE 10/07
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OF U.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900 E ST, NW, WASHINGTON, D.C. 20415-4000
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DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/16/07 - 10/25/07 j SID N075 | ORG ID C39 | REPORT # 1
DUTY STATUS ACTIVE GRADE El
**** END OF REPORT •**•
TRANSMITTED: 10/25/07 PRINTED: 01/16/08
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DATES OF INVESTIGATION 01/04/08-01/09/08 | SIDQ394 IORGIDC48 | REPORTHOl
TESTIMONIES
ITEM: 030 INVESTIGATOR'S NOTE SOURCE: 001
ATTEMPTS TO CONTACT PADEN RADFORD, IN PERSON, AND VIA TELEPHONE,MET
WITH NEGATIVE RESULTS.
ITEM: 033 SOURCE: 002
NAME BRIAN E.MANNING, PROGRAM MANAGER OK

TELEPHONE TESTIMONY
ISSUE(S) 11
PRIMARY ASSOCIATION FATHER
AVERAGE EKTENT OF CONTACT REGULAR
SPAN OF CONTACT 12/17/1987 TO PRESENT
RECO^NDS
BRIAN MANNING INDICATED HIS SON, BRADLEY MANNING, LIVED WITH HIM FRCt^
BIRTH UNTIL 2000, E^CT DATE NOT RECALLED. BRIAN MANNING INDICATED HE
AND BRADLEY'S MOTHER WERE DIVORCED AND HIS E^-WIFE WAS FRC^ WALES.
WHEN THEY DIVORCED,BRADLEY MANNING MOVED TO WALES WITH HIS I^THER IN
2000,WHERE HE LIVED UNTIL 2005, EKACT DATE NOT RECALLED. BRIAN
MANNING INDICATED BRADLEY MANNING LIVED WITH HIM FRC^ THE TIME BRADLEY
MOVED BACK TO THE UNITED STATES UNTIL 04/2006,WHEN BRADLEY MOVED TO
TULSA, OKLAHOMA, WHERE BRADLEY WORKED FOR INCREDIBLE PI^^. BRIAN
MANNING INDICATED BRADLEY MOVED TO MARYLANDIN 2006,EKACT DATES NOT
RECALLED, TO LIVE WITH HIS AUNT, DEBORAH MANNING-VANALSTYNE. MANNING
INDICATED BRADLEY ATTENDEDA^IOR COLLEGE IN MARYLAND, EKACT NAME OF
INSTITUTION NOT RECALLED. BRADLEY MANNING WAS UNEMPLOYED DURING THIS
PERIOD, ASHE WASAFULLTIME STUDENT, UNTIL HE COINED THE MILITARY,
E^CT DATE NOT RECALLED. BRIAN MANNING INDICATED HE MAINTAINS
COMMUNICATIONS WITH BRADLEY, VIA TELEPHONE, EVERY TWO WEEKS ON
AVERAGE.
8^IANMANNINCINDICAT^t^BRA0t,EYMANNINCCRADt^ATE0FRCM HIGH SCHOOL IN
WALES,UNITED KIN^^X^, 2005. MANNING ALSO TRAVELED TO CHINA, EKACT
DATES NOT RECALLED,WITH HIS CLASS, WHILE GOING TO SCHOOL IN WALES.
NO OTHER DETAILS PROVIDED.
BRADLEY MANNING IS CURRENTLY IN BOOT CAMP, EKACT LOCATION UNKNOWN.
BRADLEY MANNING GRADUATED FROM HIGH SCHOOL IN WALES,UNITED KIN^^X^M.
BRADLEY MANNING'S INTEREST INCLUDE MUSIC AND C^^tPUTERS.
BRIAN MANNING INDICATED BRADLEY MANNING DOES NOT GET ALONG WITH HIS
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OFU.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON,D.C. 20415-4000
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DATES OF INVESTIGATION 01/04/08-01/09/08 | SIDQ394 1 ORG ID 048 | REPORTS 1
STEP-MOTHER,AND THE FEELH^GS ARE MUTUAL. NO OTHER DETAILS PROVIDED.
8RIAN MANNING IS NOT AWARE OF ANYTHING IN BRADLEY MANNING'S CHARACTER
OR BACKGROUND WHICH COULD SERVE AS THE BASIS FOR BLACKMAIL OR
COERCION.
1T^: 033 INSTIGATOR'S NOTE SOURCE: 003
01/09/2008,BRIAN MANNING WAS INTERVIEWED VIA TELEPHONE, AS PER HIS
REQUEST,DUE TO HIS SCHEDULE.
ITEM: 033 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE: 004
BRIAN MANNING IS St^^CT, BRADLEY MANNING'S FATHER. FATHER WAS
INTERVIEWED, AS FATHER WAS LISTED VERIFIER FOR LISTED PERIOD OF
UNEMPLOYMENT.
ITEM: 034 SOURCE: 005
NAME , WAL-MART ASSOCIATE, ,

ISSUE(S) 11
PRIMARY ASSOCIATION FRIEND
AVERAGE E^tTENT OF CONTACT REGULAR
SPAN OF CONTACT 1992 TO PRESENT
RECOI^NDS
MET BRADLEY MANNING IN KINDERGARTEN, 1992. ANt^
MANNING ATTENDED SCHOOL THROUGH THE EIGHTH GRADEIN CRESCENT,
OKLAHC^. INDICATED MANNING MOVED TO WALES, UNITED KIN^OM,DUE
TO HIS PARENTS DIVORCE, ANO HIS MOTHER BEING FR^ WALES
MAINTAINEDINFREQUENT CONTACT WITH MANNING,VIA E-MAIL,WHILE MANNING
LIVEDIN WALES, EXACT NUMBEROFE-MAILS NOT RECALLED. MANNING MOVED
BACKTOOKLAHC^, 11/2005, ANDLIVEO WITH HIS FATHER. INDICATED
FREQUENCY OF CONTACT ONE TIME PER WEEK, UNTIL MANNING MOVED TO TULSA,
OKLAHO^. SINDICATED MANNING MOVEDIN WITH FOR
APPROXIMATELY THREE TO FOUR WEEKS BETWEEN LIVING WITH HIS FATHER AND
MOVING TO TULSA, AND FREQUENCY OF CONTACT INCREASED TO DAILY CONTACT
DURING THEPERIOD. S INDICATEDHE WAS LIVINGINTLILSA AT THETIME
AND MANNING LIVED WITH HIM UNTIL HE COULD FIND HIS OWN PLACE TO LIVE.
MANNING AND WORKED AT INCREDIBLE P I ^ ^ FOR APPROXIMATELY TWO
MONTHS. S INDICATED MANNING LEFT INCREDIBLE PI^^A AND TOOKA^OB
WITH FYE, 06/2006. SOCIAL C^ACT CONSISTED OF EATING DINNER AND
WATCHING TELEVISION, THREE TO FOUR TIMES PER WEEK. MANNING ^^OINED THE
MILITARY 11/2007, AND CONTACT HAS BEEN LIMITED,DUE TO MANNING BEING
IN BOOT CAMP.
INDICATED MANNING LIVED IN WALES,UNITED KINGDOM, AND TRAVELED
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OF U.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON,DC. 20415-4000
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DATES OF INVESTIGATION 01/04/08-01/09/08 1 SIDQ394 IORGIDC48 | REPORTS 1
THROUGHOUT THE UNITED KIN^OM AS WELL AS EUROPE, TO INCLUDE FRANCE.
MANNING HAS ALSO TRAVELED TO TOKYO, ^APAN.
MANNING IS CURRENTLY SERVING IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
MANNING'S INTEREST INCLUDE MUSIC AND C^^^tPUTERS.
IS NOT AWARE OF ANYTHINGIN MANNING'S CHARACTER OR BACKGROU^
WHICH COULD SERVE AS THE BASIS FOR BLACKMAIL OR COERCION.
^^^^ END OF REPORT ^^^^
TRANSMITTED: 01/09/08 PRINTED: 01/16/08
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DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/22/07 - 11/29/07 | SIDT393 IORGIDW30 | REPORT 1103
TESTIMONIES
ITEM: 002 SOURCE: 001
NAME ,REALTOR
INTERVIEWED AT 7821 TUCKERMAN LANE, POT^C,MD 20854
ACCEPTABLE
PRIMARY ASSOCIATION NEIGHBOR
AVERAGE EXTENT OF C^ACT REGULAR
SPAN OF CONTACT APPROX. 2006 TO PRESENT
RECOt^NDS
FIRST MET "BRADLEY" APPROXIMATELY IN 2006 WHEN THE SUB^CT
MOVEDINTO HIS AUNT'S HOt^SE, WHICH IS LOCATED NEXT DOOR TO THE
SOURCE'S HOME, THE SOURCE AND THE SUB^CT HAVE NEIGHBORLY TYPE OF
CONTACT, THE SOURCE SEES THE SUB^CT^ADAILY BASIS, AND ONCEAWEEK
HAVE SMALL C^^^RSATIONS WITH THE SUB^CT. THE SOURCE AND THE SUB^CT
HAVE HAD NO SOCIAL CONTACT WITH EACH OTHER. THERE HAVE BEEN NO BREAKS
INTHECONTACTBETWEENTHE SOt^RCE ANDTHE SUB^CT.
THE SUB^CT RESIDES AT . THE
SUB^CT ATTENDED MONTGC^RY COLLEGE, AND DID NOT GRADUATE FRO^ THERE.
THE SUB^CT WAS EMPLOYED AT ABACROMBIE AND FITCH (DISCREPANT)AND
STARBUCKS . THE SUB^CT MAY HAVE COINED THE ARMY. THE SOURCE THINKS
THAT THE SUB^CTEN^YS WORKING ON COMPUTERS AND LISTENING TO MUSIC IN
HIS FREE TIME. THE SOURCE HAS NO KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUB^CT'SFOREI^
TRAVEL ACTIVITIES. THEREIS NOTHING IN THE SUB^CT'S BACKGROUND THAT
WOt^ LEAVE HIM SUSCEPTIBLE TO BLACKMAIL OR COERCION.
ITEM: 002 SOURCE: 002
NAME GENERAL CONTRACTOR/ H ^ IMPROVEMENTS

ACCEPTABLE
PRIMARY ASSOCIATION NEIGHBOR
AVERAGE EXTENT OF CONTACT MODERATE
SPAN OF CONTACT SPRING OF 2006 TO OCTOBER 20O7
DOES NOT KNOW WELL ENOUGH TO RECO^ND
FIRST MET "BRADLEY"IN APPROXIMATELY THE SPRING OF 2006 WHEN
THE SUB^CTMOVEDINTO THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR TO THE SOURCE'S HOME. THE
SUB^CT IS THE NEPHEW OF THE SOURCE'S NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR. THE SOURCE
AND THE SUB^CT HAVE HAD NEIGHBORLY TYPE OF CONTACT, SAYING HELLO TO
EACH OTHER IN PASSING. THE SOURCE SAW THE SUB^CTONADAILY BASIS,
BUT REALLY ONLY HAD CONVERSATIONS WITH THE SU^^CT ON AVERAGE ONCEA
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OFU.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON,D.C. 20415-4000
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DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/22/07-11/29/07 | SIDT393 1 ORGIDW30 | REPORTS 3
MONTH. THE SUB^CT ASKED THE SOURCE FOR HELP WHEN HIS ELDERLY RELATIVE
FELL IN THE HOUSE AND THE SUB^CT COULD NOT LIFT HER LIP. THIS EVENT
HAPPENEDIN SEPTEMBER OF 2007. THE SOURCE AND THE SUB^CT HAVE HAD NO
SOCIAL CONTACT WITH EACH OTHER. THERE HAS BEEN BREAKS IN THE CONTACT
BETWEEN THE SOURCE AND THE SUB^CT. THE LAST CONTACT THE SOURCE HAD
WITH THE SUB^CT WAS AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER OR THE BEGINNING OF
OCTOBER 2007.
THE SUB^CT RESIDED IN THE HOt^SE NEXT DOOR(IF FACING THE SOURCE'S HOME
THE HOUSE ON THE LEFT) TOTHESUB^CT'SHOME. THE SUB^CT WORKED AT
STARBUCKS, THE SOURCE HAS NO KNOWLEDGE OF WHAT THE SUB^CT ENJOYED
DOING IN HIS FREE TIME. THE SOURCE HAD NO KNOWLEDGE OF THE SUB^CT'S
FOREI^ TRAVEL ACTIVITIES. THE SOURCE HAD NO KNOWLEDGE OF ANYTHING IN
THE SUB^CT'S BACKGROUND THAT WOULD LEAVE HIM SUSCEPTIBLE TO BLACKMAIL
OR COERCION.
ITEM: 005 SOURCE: 003
NAME MONTG^RYCOLLE, 51 MANNAKEE STREET, SV-114, ROCKVILLE, MD 20850
EDUCATI^ RECORD
PROVIDER ALICE SUMMERS, TRANSCRIPT EVALUATOR
SF RELEASE
ACCEPTABLE
NAME VERIFIED SSN VERIFIED DOB VERIFIED POB NOT SHOWN
DATES OF ATTENDANCE NOT SHOWN (PART TIME)
CAMPUS LOCATION SAME AS ABOVE
MA^OR(S) SCIENCE-PHYSICS
DEGREE(S) AWARDED^DATE NOT APPLICABLE
THE ^Y DATE INDICATED ON THE SUB^CT'S TRANSCRIPT WAS SPRING 2007.
ITEM: 005 SOURCE: 004
NAME MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, 51 MANNAKEE STREET,MT6TH FLOOR, ROCKVILLE,MD
20850
OISCIPLINA^yR^CORO
PROVIDER MARLENE PHILLIPS, SR. ADMIN. AIDE
SF RELEASE.
NO RECORD
ITEM: 005 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE: 005
THE SUB^^CTWASAPARTTIME STUDENT FOR THE SPRING 2007 SEMESTER AT
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE IN ROCKVILLE,MARYLAND.
ITEM:005 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE: 006
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OFU.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON, DC 20415-4000
^7
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD ICASEII08F18704 |PAGE 3
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/22/07 - 11/29/07 | SIDT393 | ORGIDW30 | REPORT 1103
THE RECORD PROVIDER INDICATED THAT THE 2007 SPRING SEMESTER FOR
MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, ROCKVILLE CAMPUS, RAN FROM ^^ANUARY 2007 TO MAY OF
2007.
ITEM: 006 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE:007
NO LOCAL EMPLOYMENT RECORDS ARE MAINTAINED. THE COMPANY USES AN
AUT^TED SYSTEM FOR EMPLOYMENT VERIFICATION.
ITEM: 006 SOURCE: 008
NAME , STORE MANAGER, 5438 WESTBARD AVENUE,BETHESDA,MD
20816
ACCEPTABLE
PRIMARY ASSOCIATION SI^ERVISOR
AVERAGE EXTENT OF CONTACT REGULAR
SPAN OF CONTACT JANUARY 2007 TO SEPTEMBER 2007
RECO^NDS
FIRST MET BRAD MANNING IN ^^tANUARY 2007 WHEN THE SUB^CT APPLIED
FORA^OB AT STARBUCKS. THE SOURCE BECAME THE SUB^CT'S SUPERVISOR.
THE SOURCE AND THE SU^CT HAD WORK RELATED CONTACT TWO TO FOUR TIMES
AWEEK, AS BOTH THE SOURCE AND THE SUB^CT WORKED DIFFERENT SHIFTS,
SOME OF THE SHIFTS WOt^ OVERLAP AND THAT IS WHEN THE SOURCE AND THE
SUB^CT HAD WORK RELATED CONTACT. THE SUB^CT WORKED ASABARISTA AND
THE SOURCE WAS THE STORE MANAGER. THE SOURCE AND THE SUB^CT HAD NO
SOCIAL CONTACT OUTSIDE OF WORK. THERE WERE NO BREAK8IN THE CONTACT
BETWEEN THE SOURCE AND THE SUB4IECT AT STARBUCKS. THE SOURCE'S LAST
CONTACT WITH THE SUB^CT WAS AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER 2007.
THE SUB^CT ATTENDED MONTGt^RY COLLEGE. THE SUB^CT WAS PREVIOUSLY
^:M^L0Y^0A'^AaAO^C^^^ANt^^:^TCH(DISCREPANT) ANDAMUSICS'^RE BEFORE
STARBUCKS. THE SOURCEHAS NO KNOWLEDGE OF WHAt^THESUB^CT ENVOYS
DOINGINHISFREETIME. THE SOURCE HAD NO I^NOWLEDGE OF THE SUB^CT'S
FOREIGN TRAVEL ACTIVITIES. THERE IS NOTHING IN THE SUB^CT'S
BACKGROUND THAT WOULD LEAVE HIM SUSCEPTIBLE TO BLACKMAIL OR COERCION.
ITEM: 006 SOURCE: 009
NAME STORE MANAGER, 7911TUCKERMANLANE, POTOMAC,MD
20854
ACCEPTABLE
PRIMARY ASSOCIATION St^ERVISOR
AVERAGE EXTENT OF CONTACT REGULAR
SPAN OF CONTACT JANUARY 2007 TO SEPTEMBER 2007
DOES NOT KNOW WELL ENOUGH TO RECOMMEND
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OFU.S.OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON,D.C. 20415-4000
^
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD iCASEii08F18704 |PAGE 4
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/22/07 - 11/29/07 1 SIDT393 |ORGIDW30 | REPORTS 3
FIRST MET BRADLEY OR"BRAD" IN4rANUARY 2007 WHE^THESUBi^CT
STARTED WORKATSTARBUCKS. THE SOURCE AND THE SUBilECT HAD DAILY WORK
RELATED CONTACT. THE SOURCE AND THE SUB^CT HAD NO SOCIAL CONTACT
OUTSIDE OF WORK. THERE WERE NO BREAKSIN THE CONTACT BETWEEN THE
SOURCE AND THE SUB^CT. THE SUB^CT LEFT STARBUCKS AT THE END OF
SEPTEMBER TO ^OIN THE UNITED STATES ARMY.
THE SUB^CT ATTENDED MONTG^RY COLLEGE BUT DID NOT GRADUATE. THE
SUB^CT WAS EMPLOYED AT STARBUCKS. THE SUB^CTISIN THE UNITED STATES
ARMY. THE SUB^CT ENVOYS WORKING ON C^^^IPUTERS AND MUSIC IN HIS FREE
TIME. THE SOURCE HAD NO I^NOWLEDGE OF THE SUB^CT'S FOREIGN TRAVEL
ACTIVITIES. THERE IS NOTHING IN THE SUB^CT'S BACKGROUND THAT WOULD
LEAVE HIM SUSCEPTIBLE TO BLACKMAIL OR COERCI^.
ITEM: 022 SOURCE: 010
NAME MONTGOMERY COLLEGE, 51 MANNAKEE STREET,ROCKVILLE,MD 20850
LAW ENFORCEMENT-OTHER
PROVIDER , SECURITY OFFICER
SF RELEASE
NO RECORD
^^^^ END OF REPORT ^^^^
TRANSMITTED: 11/29/07 PRINTED: 01/16/08
^
(b) (6),
(b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD 1CASEII08F18704 IPAGE 1
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 12/06/07^12/07/07 | SID 0414 |ORGIDC39 | REPORTHOl
TESTIMONIES
ITEM: 001 PERSONAL SUB^CT INTERVIEW SOURCE: 001
INTERVIEW CONDUCTED UNDER UNSWORN DECLARATION ON 12/06/07 RHU BARRACKS,FIRST
FLOOR MEETING ROOM, FORT LEONARD WOOD,MO 65473
ISSUE CODE(S) 11 12
SINCE HE HAD 4^INED THE ARMY HE HAS BEEN DIAGNOSED WITHANERVE
DISORDER THAT PROHIBITS HIM FROM PROPERLY PHYSICALLY PERFORMING HIS
DUTIES IN THE U.S. ARMY. FOR THIS REASON HE WILL BE DISCHARGED FROM
THEARMYSOON. HEHASNOTBEENGIVENADATETHATHEWILLBE
DISCHARGED. HE HAS NOT HAD ANY DISCIPLINARY PROBLEMS SINCE HE HAS
BEEN IN THE ARMY. HIS PHYSICAL INABILITY TO PERFORM HIS DUTIES ASA
SOLDIER IS C^^^IMON KNOWLEDGE TO EVERYONE IN HIS UNIT AND HIS FAMILY.
INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS COUI^ NOT BE USED AGAINST HIM AS BLACKMAIL
OR COERCION,
HIS STEP-I^^OTHER, DID NOT GET ALONG WITH HIM WHILE
HE LIVED WITH HER AND HIS FATHER,BRIAN MANNING AT 8020 NW119TH
STREET IN OKLAHC^ CITY, OKLAHO^. DID NOT LIKE
HIM BECAUSE HE WAS THE SON HIS FATHER, AND HER ESTRANGED HUSBAND,
. AND WERE HAVING
MARITAL PROBLEMS,AND RESENTED HIM STRICTLY FOR
THAT REASON. ONE DAY IN 4/06, CALLED THE OKLAHOMA
CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT,UNBEKNCWST TO HIM. WHEN THE OKLAHOMA CITY
POLICE DEPARt^^ENT ARRIVED SHE ALLEGED THAT HE HAD THREATENED
. HE DOES NOT KNOW HOW SHE ALLEGED THAT HE THREATENED
HER. HE WAS NOT IN THE ROOM WHEN SHE MADE THESE ALLEGATIONS TO THE
POLICE. SHE REQUESTED TO THE POLICE THAT HE BE MADE TO LEAVE THE
RESIDENCE PERMANENTLY. THE POLICE DID ASK HIM TO LEAVE AND HE DID NOT
OB^CT. HE GATHERED HIS BELONGINGS AND LEFT TO HIS SISTER'S HOUSE.
HE STAYED WITH HISSISTER, CASEY MANNING MA^ORFORAFEW DAYS BEFORE
HE MOVEDTO MARYLAND. HEDOES NOT RECALL HISSISTER'S PHONE NUMBER.
HE DID NOT MAKE ANY THREATS AGAINST . HE DOES NOT
KNOW IF ANY POLICE REPORTS WERE MADE AGAINST HIM OR NOT. HE NEVER
HEARD ANYTHING FURTHER FROM THE POLICE OR ANY COURT. HE DOES NOT
BELIEVE HE WAS EVER CHARGED W1THACRIME. HE NEVER HAD ANY PROBLEMS
WITH THE POLICE PRIOR TO THIS INCIDENT. HE DID NOT HAVE ANY OTHER
PROBLEMS WHILE HE LIVED THERE. HIS PARENTS, HIS SISTER AND
BROTHER-IN-LAW ARE AWARE OF THIS INCIDENT. INFORMATION CONCERNING HIS
STEP-MOTHER'S DISLIKE OF HIM AND ACCUSATION OF THREATS COULD NOT BE
USED AGAINST HIM IN ANY WAY AS BLACKMAIL OR COERCION.
HE LIVED AT ^ FROM
11/01TO9/05. HE DID NOT LIVE AT THIS RESIDENCE TO HELP WITH
CITIZENSHIP REQUIREMENTS OF ANY FOREIGN COUNTRY. HE MOVED TO THIS
RESIDENCE IN 11/01 BECAUSE HIS MOTHER, MOVED THERE AFTER
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OF U.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON, D.C. 20415-4000
^
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) (b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD ^CASEll08F18704 ^PAGE 2
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 12/06/07-12/07/07 | SID 0414 | ORGIDC39 | REPORTS 1
SHE DIVORCED HIS FATHER IN 2001. HE DOES NOT RECALL MORE PRECISELY
WHEN SHE MOVED BACK TO THE UNITED KIN^^X^. HEWASAMINORCHILDAT
THIS TIME AND HIS MOTHER HAD CUSTODY OF HIM. HE HAS NO CONTINUED
CONTACTS WITH FOREIGN NATIONALS DUE TO HIS RESIDENCE IN ENGLAND.
HIS MOTHER, ,WAS ORIGINALLY BORN IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
ON H^l^H^ANDACITI^EN OF THE UNITED KINGDt^. HISI^^^^THER,
MET HIS FATHER, BRIAN MANNING, WHILE HE WAS STATIONEDIN THE
UNITED KIN^^^ WITH THE U.S. NAVY, LIVEDIN THE UNITED
STATES FOR ABOUT TWENTY YEARS WITH HIS FATHER, ONAGREENCARD, BUT
NEVER BECAMEAU.S. CITIZEN. RETURNED TO THE UNITED KINGDI^
IN 11/01. HAS NOT OCCUPATION OR EMPLOYER. IS
UNEMPLOYED DUE TOADISABILITY. HAS NO AFFILIATION WITH ANY
FOREII^ GOVERNMENT. HE DOES NOT HAVE ANY FURTHER ASSOCIATION WITH
FOREI^ NATIONALS ASARESULT OF HIS ASSOCIATION WITH HIS MOTHER. HE
SAW HIS MOTHER ONADAILY BASIS IN THE U.S FROM HIS BIRTH IN 1987
UNTIL 11/01. HE SAW HIS MOTHER ONADAILY BASIS STILL AFTER THEIR
MOVE TO THE UNITED KINGD^FR^ll/OlUNTIL HE LEFT THE UNITED KIN^OM
TO LIVE WITH HIS FATHER IN 9/05. SINCE 9/05 HE HAS KEPT IN TOUCH WITH
HIS MOTHER, BY TELEPHONE ONCEAWEEK. HE ALSO VISITED HER
ONCE FORAWEEK IN 3/06, THIS TRIP WAS FINANCED BY HIS FATHER. HE
AND HIS SISTER,CASEY MANNING MA^OR WENT THERE TO VISIT HIS MOTHER AND
HELP HER WHILE SHE WAS ILL. HIS MOTHER, STILL LIVES A 31
X IS NOT
AWARE THAT HE IS UNDERGOING CONSIDERATION FORANATIONAL SECURITY
CLEARANCE. HAS NEVER SOLICITED HIM FOR ANY ACCESS TO
CLASSIFIEDINFORMATION. HE HAS NOT DEVELOPED ANY SYMPATHIES,
PREFERENCES OR ALLIANCES FOR ANY FOREI^ COUNTRY AS RESULT OF HIS
ASSOCIATI^ WITH HIS MOTHER.
HE ATTENDED TASKER MILWARD VC (SCHOOL) FROM 12/OlTO 6/05. HE DOES
NOT HAVE ANY LASTING CONTACT WITH ANY FOREIGN NATIONS FROM THIS
SCHOOL.
HE TRAVELED TO ^APAN FOR TWO WEEKSIN 10/04. HE TOOK THIS TRIP WITH
TWENTY OTHER STUDENTS AND SPONSORS FR^ TASKER MILWARD VC. THIS TRIP
WAS EDUCATIONAL SIGHTSEEING TRIP OF^APAN. HE AND THE GROUP VISITED
TOKYO,^APAN. THIS TRIP WAS FINANCED BY HIS MOTHER.
DURING ANY OF HIS FOREIGN TRAVEL: TO ENGLAND FRI^ll/OlTO 9/05,- TO
ENGLAND FOR ONE WEEK IN 3/06,- AND TO ^APAN FOR TWO WEEKS IN 10/04. HE
HAS NOT HAD ANY PROBLEMS TOINCLUDE: HE DID NOT HAVE ANY PROBLEMS
WITH FOREI^ GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, LAW ENFORCEMENT,OR CUSTOMS. HE
DID NOT MAKE ANY LASTING CONTACT WITH ANY FOREIGN NATIONALS. HE DID
NOT NOTICE ANY EVIDENCE OF ANY MONITORING BYAFOREIGN GOVERNMENT. HE
DID NOT VISIT ANY EMBASSIES OR CONSULATES. HE WAS NOT DETAINED OR
ARRESTED BY ANY FOREIGN LAW ENFORCEMENT. HE DID NOT COMMIT ANY
ILLEGAL OR CI^ROMISING BEHAVIOR WHILE INAFOREI^ COUNTRY. HE DID
NOT STRAY FROM ANY OFFICIAL TOURS OR VISIT ANY RESTRICTED AREAS. HE
DID NOT HAVE HIS PASSPORT CONFISCATED OR LOST. HE DID NOT HAVE ANY
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OFU.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON,D.C. 20415-4000
^
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b)
(6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)
(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6) (b) (6)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b
)
(6
),
(b
)
(7
)
(C
)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD 1CASEII08F18704 IPAGE 3
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 12/06/07-12/07/07 | SID 0414 |ORGIDC39 IREPORT^ 1
PROPERTY CONFISCATED. HE DID NOT HAVE ANY SEEMINGLY ACCIDENTAL
MEETINGS WITH ANY FOREIGNERS. HE WAS NOT APPROACHED BY ANY FOREI^RS
TO DEVELOPAFRIENDSHIP FOR NO APPARENT REASON.
HE WAS FIRED FROM FYEIN 6/06 FOR NOT MEETING HIS SALES GOALS.
(DISCREPANT) HE FAILED TO LIST THIS FIRING FROM FYE ON HIS SF 86 AS
AN OVERSIGHT. HE WAS GIVENAVERBALWARNING,WRITTEN WARNING AND THEN
FIRED FOR NOT MEETING HIS SALES EXPECTATIONS. HE COULD NOT ESTIMATE
MORE PRECISE DATES THAT THESE THINGS HAPPENED. HE WAS FIRED,VERBALLY
WARNING AND WRITTEN UP ALL BY RODNEY STEWART. HE DID NOT HAVE ANY
OTHER PROBLEMS AT THIS EMPLOYMENT. HE DOES NOT RECALL ANYt^ ELSE
THAT WOULD BE AWARE OF THIS. INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS FIRING COULD
NOT BE USED AGAINST HIM AS BLACKMAIL OR COERCION. HE DOES NOT THINK
THAT HE WOULD BE ELIGIBLE FOR REHIRE.
HE HADADIFFERENCE IN PROFESSIONAL OPINION AND STYLE THAN HIS
SUPERVISOR, , AT ^OTOI^C. HE ULTIMATELY LEFT ^OTO FOR
THIS REASON. HE AND HAD DIFFERENCES IN OPINIO WHEN IT CAME
TO STYLES IN WRITING SOFTWARE. HE DID NOT LIKE STYLE,BUT
HE ULTIMATELY DID IT HIS WAY BECAUSE HE WAS THE BOSS AND CEO OF THE
CI^ANY. THIS DIFFERENCE IN STYLES DID NOT RESULT IN ANY DISCIPLINARY
ACTIONS OR POOR WORK EVALUATI^S. HE CAME TOAMUTUAL
AGREEMENT THAT IT WOULD BE BEST IF HE PURSUED ANOTHER ^OB. HE WAS NOT
FIRED. HE LEFT I^OTO VOLUNTARILY. HE WAS NOT TOLD TO QUIT. HE DOES
NOT THINK THAT HE WOULD BE ELIGIBLE FOR REHIRE DUE TO HIS DIFFERENCE
IN STYLE WITH THE CEO OF THE COMPANY. THERE ARE NO HARD FEELINGS
BETWEEN HIM AND . ANYONE THAT WAS AT THE COMPANY AT THAT TIME
(SMALL COMPANY 0F8PE0PLE)W0ULD BE AWARE OF THEIR DIFFERENCE IN
STYLES AND THE REASON FOR HIS DEPARTURE. INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS
COULD NOT BE USED AGAINST HIM IN ANY WAY AS BLACKMAIL OR COERCION.
ALL OF THE INFORMATION INCLUDED ON HIS SF 86 AND PROVIDED DURING HIS
PERSONAL SUB^CT INTERVIEW IS TRUE AND C^LETE WITH THE FOLLOWING
EXCEPTIONS:
HIS WORK PHONE NUMBER IS (301)765-0556. (DISCREPANT) HE DOES NOT
KNOWWHY HIS SF 86 DID NOT SHOWAWORK PHONE NUMBER.
SINCE HE FILLED OUT HIS SF 86 HE HAS BEEN ACTIVE DUTY ENLISTEDIN THE
U.S. ARMY SINCE 10/07. (DISCREPANT) SINCE 10/07, HE HAS BEEN
STATIONED AT FORT LEONARD WOOD,MISSOURI FOR BASIC TRAINING. HEDGES
NOT KNOW AN ADDRESS OR PHONE NUMBER OF HIS EMPLOYER AT FORT LEONARD
WOOD. HEISAPRIVATE,E01, INTELLIGENCE ANALYST. HIS SUPERVISOR IS
DRILL SERGEANT ROBINSON. HE DOES NOT I^NOW AN ADDRESS, PHONE NUMBER OR
FIRST NAME OF DRILL SERGEANT ROBINSON. HE HAS ALSO LIVEDIN THE
BARRACKS AT FORT LEONARD WOOD,MISSOURI SINCE HE ARRIVED FOR BASIC
TRAINING IN 10/07. (DISCREPANT) HE DOES NOT KNOW AN ADDRESS OF THE
BARRACKS THAT HE HAS STAYEDIN. HIS BATTLE BUDDY, PRIVATE ANDREW
DUFFEY CAN VERIFY HIS CONDUCT AND ACTIVITIES SINCE HE HAS LIVED IN THE
BARRACKS AT FORT LEONARD WOOD. HE DOES NOT KNOW AN ADDRESS,OR PHONE
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OFU.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON,D.C. 20415-4000
^
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD 1CASEII08F18704 IPAGE 4
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 12/06/07-12/07/07 | SID 0414 1ORGID039 | REPORTS 1
NUMBER FOR PRIVATE DUFFEY.
HE LIVED AT 5607 71ST PLACE EAST, APARIMENT 1005, IN TULSA, OKLAH^
FROM 4/06 TO 7/06. HE DOES NOT RECALL ANY NEIGHBORS AT THIS
RESIDENCE. HE DOES NOT THINK THAT ANY NEIGHBORS WOULD RECALL HIM AT
THIS RESIDENCE,BECAUSE THIS APARTMENT COMPLEX WAS VERY TRANSIENT.
THE ONLY PERSON THAT HE COULD RECALL THAT VISITED HIM THERE WAS HIS
FRIEND, . S LIVES AT
. CAN BE REACHED ON
HIS CELL PHONE NUMBER AT .
HE LIVED WITH HIS FATHER AND STEP-MOTHER AT
FROM 9/05 TO 4/06. HE DOES NOT RECALL ANY
NEIGHBORS AT THIS RESIDENCE. HE DOES NOT KNOW IF ANY OF THE NEIGHBORS
WOULD KNOW OF HIM LIVING THERE OR NOT. HE DID NOT HAVE ANY VISITORS
AT THIS RESIDENCE. THE ONLY PEOPLE THAT CAN VERIFY THIS RESIDENCE ARE
HIS FATHER AND STEP-MOTHER WHO STILL LIVE THERE. HIS FATHER
CAN BE REACHED ON HIS CELL PHONE AT . D
LIVES AT .
CAN BE REACHED BY TELEPHONE AT . HE
DOES NOT KNOW ANY OTHER CONTACT INFORMATION .
HE LIVED AT ^ FROM
11/01 TO 9/05. (DISCREPANT) HE DOES NOT KNOW WHY HIS SF 86 SAYS THAT
HE LIVED IN HAVERFORD, UNITED KIN^^X^ INSTEAD OF HAVERFORD WEST,
UNITED KINGD^.
HE LIVED AT FROM 11/00 TO
11/01. (DISCREPANT) HE DOES NOT I^NOW WHY HIS SF 86 HAS THE WRONG
STARTING DATE FOR THIS RESIDENCE.
FROM 1/92 UNTIL ll/OO HE LIVED AT
. (DISCREPANT) HE DOES NOT I^NOW WHY THIS RESIDENCE WAS
CI^LETELYLEFTOFFHISSF86. HE DOES NOT KNOWAMORE PRECISE
ADDRESS FOR THIS RESIDENCE. HE DOES NOT KNOW IF THIS ADDRESS ISA
PHYSICAL ADDRESS OR NOT.
HE ATTE^ED TASKER MILWARD VCFR^12/01TO 6/05. (DISCREPANT) AS AN
OVERSIGHT, HEE^R^T^ WRONG STA^TINCDAT^^HISSF82FO^^^IS
EDUCATION.
HE DID NOT EARNADEGREEFR^MONTG^RY COLLEGE OF ROCKVILLE.
(DISCREPANT) HE DID NOT I^NOW THAT HE WAS REQUIRED TO ENTER"N/A"FOR
NOT APPLICABLE FOR ANY QUESTION ON HIS SF 86 THAT DID NOT APPLY TO
HIM. THEREFORE,MONTH/YEAR DEGREE AWARDED ON HIS SF 86 ALSO DOES NOT
APPLY. (DISCREPANT) HE WORKED PART TIME AT STARBUCKS FR^ 1/07 TO
5/07 WHILE ALSO GOING TO SCHOOL FULL TIME AT MONTGOMERY COLLEGE OF
ROCKVILLE.
HE WAS UNEMPLOYED FROM 6/06 TO 1/07. HE SPENT HIS TIME LOOKING FORA
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OFU.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON,D.C. 20415-4000
^
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C) (b) (6)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b)
(6)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)
(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD 1CA8Eil08F18704 |PAGE 5
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 12/06/07-12/07/07 | SID 0414 | ORG ID 039 1 REPORTS 1
^OB AND LOOKING AT COLLEGES TO ATTEND. HE ALSO SPENT HIS TIME PLAYING
ONHISCt^^lPUTER. HE WAS SUPPORTED FINANCIALLY BY HIS AUNT,
CAN VERIFY HIS ACTIVITIES AND
FINANCIAL SUPPORT DURING THIS PERI^ OF UNEMPLOYMENT.
N LIVES AT
CAN BE REACHED BY TELEPHONE AT
HE WORKED AT INCREDIBLE P I ^ ^ CO FRO^ 5/06 TO 7/06, (DISCREPANT) HE
DOES NOT I^NOW WHY HIS SF 86 SAYS THAT HE WORKED AT THIS EMPLOYMEI^
FROM 9/05 TO 2/06. THISIS INCORRECT. HE DID NOT ENTER THESE DATES
FOR THIS EMPLOYMENT. HE WORKED AT INCREDIBLE PI^:^ CO WHILE ALSO
WORKING PART TIME AT FYE FROM 5/06 TO 6/06. HE DOES NOT RECALL ANYONE
OTHER THAN THE LISTED VERIFIERS FOR HIS EMPLOYMENTS AT ^OTO, FYE AND
INCREDIBLE P1^^ CO.
THEREFORE HE WAS UNEMPLOYED FROM 8/88 TO 2/06. HE SPENT HIS TIME
GOING TO SCHOOL FULL TIME, LOOKING FORA^B ONCE HE GOT OUT OF H I ^
SCHOOL, AND WATCHING TELEVISION. HE WAS SUPPORTED FINANCIALLY BY HIS
PARENTS. HIS FATHER CAN VERIFY HIS ACTIVITIES AND
FINANCIAL SUPPORT WHILE HE WAS UNEMPLOYED DURING THIS TIME.
LIVES AT
. HIS FATHER CAN BE REACHED BY TELEPHONE AT( .
HE DOES NOT KNOW WHY THE QUESTION PERTAINING TO CITIZENSHIP OF HIS
RELATIVES (ill5)0N HIS SF 86 WAS NOT ANSWERED. NONE OF HIS RELATIVES
ARE U.S. CITIZENS BY OTHER THAN BIRTH,OR ALIENS RESIDING WITHIN THE
U.S. (DISCREPANT) HIS MOTHER USED TO BE AN ALIEN RESIDING IN THE
U.S. UP UNTIL THEY MOVED TO THE UNITED KINGDOM IN 11/01. WHILE SHE
LIVED in THE U.S. SHE HADAGREEN CARD. HE DOES NOT I^NOW ANY FURTHER
INFORMATION CONCERNING HER GREEN CARD PRIOR TO 11/01.
THE ONLY PEOPLE THAT HE SOCIALI^S WITH IN HIS SPARE TIME ARE N
(THIRD LISTED REFERENCE^HISSF 86), (GOES BY )
(FIRST LISTED REFERENCE ON HIS SF 86),AND HE
OOES NOT ^^NOW AN ADDRESS ORPHIC NUMBER FO . HIS SECOND
LISTEOR^FERENCEONHISSF86, RDISTHE FATHER OF HIS
FIRST LISTED REFERENCE, HE DOES NOT I^
AS WELL AS .
AS AN OVERSIGHT HE FORGOT TO INCLUDE HIS STEP-MOTHER,
ON HIS SF 86 UNDER THE RELATIVES SECTION. (DISCREPANT)
NGISAU.S. CITIZEN. HE DOES NOT KNOW
DATE OF BIRTH OR COUNTRY OF BIRTH.
LIVES WITH HIS FATHER, AT
.
THERE IS NOTHING IN HIS BACKGROUND THAT COULD BE USED AGAINST HIM AS
BLACI^IL OR COERCION.
ITEM: 029 SOURCE: 002
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OF U.S.OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON,D.C. 20415-4000
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b)
(6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b)
(6)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b)
(6)
(b) (6)
(b)
(6)
(b)
(6)
(b) (6) (b) (6)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD ^CASEli08F18704 |PAGE 6
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 12/06/07-12/07/07 | SID 0414 | ORG ID 039 | REPORTS 1
NAME ANDREW ^.DUFFEY,CANNON CREW MEMBER CA

INTERVIEWED AT RHU BARRACKS, FIRST FLOOR MEETING ROOM, FORT LEONARD WOOD,
MD 65473
ISSUE(S) 12
PRIMARY ASSOCIATION COWORKER
AVERAGE EXTENT OF CONTACT REGULAR
SPAN OF CONTACT 10/07-PRESENT
REOO^NDS
ANDREW DUFFEY MET BRADLEY MANNING WHEN THEY STARTED BASIC TRAINING IN
THE ARMY AT FORT LEONARD WOOD, MISSOURI. DUFFEY HAS SEEN HIM ONA
DAILY BASISIN TRAINING ANDIN THE BARRACKS. THIS CONTACT CONTINUES
UNTIL THE PRESENT,
HE WILL BE DISCHARGEDFRCM THE ARMY FOR MEDICAL REASONS. DUFFEY DOES
NOT I^NOW WHEN HE WILL BE DISCHARGED. DUFFEY IS NOT SURE WHO KNOWS
ABOUT HIS PROBABLE MEDICAL DISCHARGE FROM THE ARMY. DUFFEY DOES NOT
THINK THAT THIS INFORMATION COULD BE USED AGAINST HIM IN ANY WAY AS
BLACI^IL.
HE HAS BEE^ IN THE ARMY SINCE 10/07. HE HAS NOT HAD ANY DISCIPLINARY
PROBLEMS WHILE HE HAS BEEN IN THE ARMY. DUFFEY HAS NO RESERVATIONS
ABOUT CO^INUING TO WORK WITH HIM IN THE FUTURE.
DUFFEYIS NOT AWARE OF ANYTHING IN HIS BACKGROUND THAT COULD BE USED
AGAINST HIM AS BLAC^IL OR COERCION.
^^^^ END OF REPORT ^^^^
REVISED: 01/11/08 PRINTED: 01/16/08
^
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)
(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD |CASEll08F18704 IPAGE 1
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/12/07-10/18/07 ISID0721 IORGIDC48 IREPORTHOl
TESTIMONIES
ITEM: 003 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE: 001
DUE TO THE TRANSIENCE OF THE NEIGHBORHO^, ALL ATTEMPTS TO OBTAIN
KNOWLEDGEABLE PERSONAL SOURCES MET WITH NEGATTIVE RESULTS. FOUR
NEIGHBORS WERE CONTACTED AT 8016 ( 1ST HOUSE EAST-SAME STREETSIDE),
8100 (2ND HOUSE WEST-SAME STREETSIDE), 8017 (1ST HOUSE NORTH-
DIRECTLY ACROSS STREET),AND AT 8021 (2ND HOUSE NW-ACROSS STREET)
NW119THST,0KLAH^CITY,0KLAH^, ALL WITH NEGATIVE RESULTS. ALL
FOUR OF THE NEIGHBORS CONTACTED MOVEDINTO THEIR H^S AFTER 9/06.
NONE OF THE PEOPLE CONTACTED HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF SUB^CT AND WERE UNABLE
TO PROVIDE ANY INFORMATION. TWO HOUSES AT 8024 (1ST HOUSE WEST-SAME
STREETSIDE) AND AT 8025 (3RD HOUSE NW-ACROSS STREET) ARE BOTH
VACANT. ATTEMPTS TO CONTACT LISTED SOURCE IN TULSA,OKLAH0MA,BY
TELEPHONE MET WITH NEGATIVE RESULTS. ATTEMPTS WERE MADE ON 10/12
(FRI), 10/13 (SAT),10/14 (MON) AND ON 10/17/07 (WED),ALL WITH NO
ANSWER.NO FURTHER INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE.
ITEM:008 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE: 002
ATTEMPTS TO OBTAIN SUB^CT'S RECORD INFORMATION MET WITH NEGATIVE
RESULTS. THE TWO PERSONNEL IN THE OFFICE PROVIDED INFORMATION THAT
RECORD INFORMATI^ IS NOT MAINTAINED AT THE 2-PERS^ OFFICE IN
OKLAHOMA CITY,OKLAHOMA,AND BOTH WERE UNABLE TO PROVIDE ANY
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. THE LISTED SOURCE TRANSFERRED TO SAN
FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA IN 8/07. ATTEMPTS TO CONTACT SOURCE BY TELEPHt^
MET WITH NEGATIVE RESULTS. MESSA^S WERE LEFT AT SOURCE'S TELEPH^
NUMBER ON 10/12 (FRI), 10/15(MON), 10/16 (TUE),AND ON 10/18/07 (
THU) ALL WITH NO RESPONSE.NO FURTHER INFORMATI^ IS AVAILABLE.
ITEM: 013 SOURCE: 003
NAME , DESIGNER, ^OTO, INCORPORATED, 123 SOt^ HUDSON
STREET,OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73102
ACCEPTABLE
PRIMARY ASSOCIATION COWORKER
AVERAGE EXTENT OF CONTACT REGULAR
SPAN OF CONTACT 11/05-4/06
RECO^NDS
MET BRADLEY MANNING IN 11/05 (DISCREPANT),WHEN BARRETT BEGAN
EMPLOYMENT AT ^OTO, INCORPORATED, OKLAHI^ CITY, OKLAH^, WHERE
MANNING WAS EMPLOYED ASAFULL TIME PROGRAMMER /DEVELOPER
WORKED I ^ THE SAME 2-PERSON OFFICE WITH MANNING AND HAD DAILY WORK
CONTACT WITH MANNING FROM 11/05-4/06.MANNING ENDED HIS EMPLOYMENT
IN 4/06 AND HAS NOT HAD CONTACT WITH MANNING SINCE 4/06.
REPORT OF INVESTIGATI^
PROPERTY OFU.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON,D.C. 20415-4000
^
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD 1CASEII08F18704 IPAGE 2
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/12/07-10/18/07 | SID 0721 10RGIDC48 IREPORT^ 1
BARRETT DID NOT HAVE SOCIAL CONTACT WITH MANNING.
SUB^CTISAFRIENDLY, EASY GOING, AND PLEASANT PERSON TO WORK WITH.
HEIS THOROUGH, DETAIL ORIENTED, AND CONSCIENTIOUS. SUB^CTISATEAM
PLAYER AND WORKED WELL WITH SOURCE. HEIS HONEST, TRUSTWORTHYAND
STRAIGHTFORWARD. SUB^CT IS POLITE, COURTEOUS, AND RESPECTFUL. HE IS
EVEN TEMPERED AND SOURCE EN^YED WORKING WITH SUB^CT. SOURCE HAS NO
KNOWLEDGE OF SUB^CT'S OUTSIDE INTERESTS OR LEISURE TIME ACTIVITIES.
SOURCE IS NOT AWARE OF ANYTHING IN SUB^CT'S BACKGROUND THAT COULD BE
USED AGAINST SUB^CT FOR COERCION OR BLAC^IL.
^^^^ END OF REPORT ^^^^
TRANSMITTED:10/18/07 PRINTED: 01/16/08
^^^^
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD 1CASEII08F18704 IPAGE 1
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/29/07-11/12/07 | SID 2994 1 ORG ID 039 | REPORTHOl
TESTIMONIES
ITEM: 024 SOURCE: 001
NAME PERSONNEL TRAINEE DIVISION, BUILDING 470, FT. LEONARD WOOD,MO 65473
PERSONNEL RECORD
PROVIDER TOM BERENS,B. T.ASSI^^NT CLERK
ACCEPTABLE
NAME VERIFIED SSN NOT SHOWN DOB NOT SHOWN POB NOT SHOWN
EMPLOYMENT DATES 10/07-PRESENT
STATUS FULL TIME
WORKSITE ADDRESS NOT SHOWN
POSITION TRAOtEEPVl
EMPLOYMENT STATUS CHANGE NOT APPLICABLE
ITEM: 025 SOURCE: 002
NAME PERSONNEL TRAINEE DIVISION,BUILDING 470, FT. LEONARD WOOD,MO 65473
MILITARY RECORD
OBTAINED BY O^STIGATOR
ACCEPTABLE
NAME VERIFIED SSN VERIFIED DOB VERIFIED POB VERIFIED
BRANCH OF SERVICE USA
DATE ENTERED SERVICElO/07
DUTY STATUS ACTIVE GRADE PVl
ITEM: 026 SOURCE: 003
NAME BARRACKS MANAGEMENT,BUILDING 470, FT. LEONARD WOOD,MO 65473
RENTAL RECORD
PROVIDER HANITA LACK, LEADINSPECTOR
NO RECORD
TRAINEES ARE REQUIRED TO LIVEIN BARRACKS. NO RESIDENTIAL RECORDS ARE
MAINTAINED.
ITEM: 026 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE: 004
TRAINEES ARE REQUIRED TO LIVE IN BARRACKS WHILE IN BASIC TRAINING.
THIS IS ALSO THE SAME LOCATI^ AS THE TRAINEES' EMPLOYMENT. THE
TRAINEES' EMPLOYMENT RECORD LOCATION IS UNDERSTOOD TO BE THE SAME AS
THE TRAINEES' RESIDENTIAL LOCATION.
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OF U.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASH1NGTON,DC 20415-4000
^
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD jCASE # 08F18704 |PAGE 2
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/29/07 - 11/12/07 | SID 2994 | ORG ID C39 | REPORT # 01
**** END OF REPORT *••*
TRANSMITTED: 11/12/07 PRINTED: 01/16/08
^
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD ^CASEll08F18704 IPAGE 1
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 12/18/07-12/27/07 | SID 4737 | ORGIDW30 1 REPORTHOl
TESTIMONIES
ITEM: 031 SOURCE: 001
NAME ,
ISSUE(S) 11
PRIMARY ASSOCIATION RELATIVE
AVERAGE EXTENT OF CONTACT REGULAR
SPAN OF CONTACT 12/1987 TO PRESENT
REC^^NDS
MET BRADLEY MANNING WHEN THE SUB^CT WAS BORN IS
MANNING'S AUNT. MANNING LIVEDIN OKLAH^ FROM 12/1987 TO 12/2001
WHEN HIS PARENTS DIVORCED. SAW MANNING ^CEAYEAR DURING
THAT PERIOD. MANNING LIVED IN ENGLAND WITH HIS MOTHER FROM 12/2001
TILL APPROXIMATELY 10/2005.
HAD NO C^ACT WITH MANNING FROM 12/2001 TO APPROXIMATELY 2004
WHEN THEY ATTENDED THE SUB^CT'S SISTER'S WEDDING. MANNING COMPLETED
HIGH SCHOOL IN ENGLANDIN 07/2005 AND MOVEDIN WITH HIS FATHER IN
OKLAHOMA IN APPROXIMATELY 10/2005. MANNING LIVED WITH HIS FATHER AND
STEPMOTHER TILL APPROXIMATELY 07/2006 WHEN HE MOVED IN WITH THE
SOURCE. ALSTYNE SPOKE WITH MANNING ONE TIME WHILE HE LIVED WITH HIS
FATHER, BUT SAW MANNING DAILY WHILE HE LIVED WITH THE SOURCE.
MANNING LIVED WITH TILL 10/2007 WHEN HE COINED THE US ARMY.
SPEAKS WITH MANNING ^CEAWEEKSOtCE 10/2007.
MANNING LIVED IN ENGLAND FR^ 12/2001 TO APPROXIMATELY 10/2005. THE
SOURCE IS UNAWARE OF ANY PROBLEMS WITH FOREI^ OFFICIALS ASARESULT
OF THIS TIME ENGLAND. MANNING STILL HAS CONTACT WITH HIS MOTHER
AND At^S , 80^^CITI^^NS0F^^ tlN:t^OK^NC^OM, EVERY3-4W^EKS
BY TELEPHONE.
MANNING ALSO TOOKASCHOOLTRIP TO ^AN IN APPROXIMATELY 2004 F0R2
WEEKS. HEHAD NO PROBLEMS ANDHAS NO CONTINUING CONTACT WITH ANY
FOREIGN NATIONALS FROM THIS VISIT.
MANNING WAS UNEMPLOYED WHILE LIVING WITH THESOURCE FROM 07/2006 TO
12/2006. HE SPENT HIS TIME RESEARCHING COLLEGES AND WAS SUPPORTED
FINANCIALLY BY THE SOURCE. HE WORKED FOR STARBUCKS FR^ 12/2006 TO
10/2007. MANNING ALSO TOOK 3-4 CLASSES AT MONTGOMERY COLLEGE FROM
01/2007 TO 06/2007.
MANNING ENVOYS COMPUTERS,READING AND M^SIC.
ITEM: 031 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE: 002
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OF U.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON,DC 20415-4000
(b) (6), (b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD |CASEliO8F18704 IPAGE 2
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 12/18/07 - 12/27/07 1 SID 4737 IORGIDW30 IREPORTHOl
SOURCE WASINTERVIEWED DUE TO LACK OF RESIDENTIAL AND UNEMPLOYMENT
COVERAGE.
ITEM: 032 SOURCE: 003
NAME BARISTA, STARBUCKS, 7911TUCKERMANLANE, POT^C,MD
20854
ACCEPTABLE
PRIMARY ASSOCIATION SUPERVISOR
AVERAGE EXTENT OF CONTACT REGULAR
SPAN OF CONTACT APPROX 02/2007 TO APPROX 09/2007
NO REASON NOT TO RECOMMEND
T MET BRAD MANNING WHEN MANNING BEGAN WORKING WIT T AT
STARBUCKS, WAS THE SUB^CT'S TRAINER AND SUPERVISOR AND SAW
MANNING 3-4 DAYSAWEEK AT WORK UNTIL MANNING LEFT IN APPROXIMATELY
09/2007. THEY ALSO LIVEDIN THE SAME NEIGHBORHO^ AND SAW EACH OTHER
ONCEAWEEK AND SPOKE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD ON THOSE OCCASIONS, THERE
WERE NO GAPS IN CONTACT T HAS HAD NO CONTACT WITH MANNING
SINCE APPROXIMATELY 09/2007.
MANNING LIVED WITH HIS AUNT OFF OF FALLS ROAD IN POTOMAC,MD. HE
COINED THE US ARMY IN APPROXIMATELY 09/2007. MANNING ATTENDED HIGH
SCHOOL IN ENGLAND. THE SOURCEIS UNAWARE OF THE REASON FOR THE
EDUCATION OUT OF THE U.S.OR ANY DETAILS REGARDING THAT TIME PERIOD.
MANNING ENVOYS MATH, SCIENCE AND MUSIC.
^^^^ END OF REPORT ^^^^
TRANSMITTED: 12/27/07 PRINTED: 01/16/08
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)
(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)
(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)
(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD 1CASEII08FI8704 IPAGE 1
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/16/07 - 11/28/07 1 SID 6885 IORGIDC49 | REPORT 1102
TESTIMONIES
ITEM: 004 SOURCE: 001
NAME OOOPERMILL APARTMENTS, 5607 71ST PLACE E., TULSA,OK
RENTAL RECORD
PROVIDER BOOKKEEPER
SF RELEASE
ISSUE(S) 03A
NAME VERIFIED SSN NOT SHOWN DOB NOT SHOWN POB NOT SHOWN
RENT DATES 04/06-07/06 RENTPAYME^SEEISSUES
RENTERS BRADLEY MANNING
UNIT 5607 71ST PLACE E., APARTMENT 1005, TULSA,OK
FORWARDING ADDRESS NOT SHOWN
OCCUPANT(S) SAME AS RENTERS
RECORDS INDICATE SUB^OT MOVED INTO APARTMENT ALONE t ^ 4/18/06 AND
SKIPPED^7/12/06.
4/15/06 PAID ^155
5/1/06 PAID^TIME ^349.00
6/12/06 PAID ^349 PLUS LATE FEES ^50
7/12/06 BOOKKEEPER DISCOVERED APAI^TMENT WAS EMPTY WITH
KEYS ON COUNTER.EXACT DATE OF DEPARTURE NOT KNOWN.
CURRENT AMOUNT OWED: ^1,472.51 FOR PAST RENT, CLEANING,DAMAGES, AND
TERMINATION FEE.
NO OTHER DEROGATORY It^RMATION IN FILE.
ITEM: 004 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE: 002
NOPERSONALTESTIMONY POSSIBLE AS PER BOOKKEEPER ^OLINE ABBEY OF
COOPERMILL APARTMENTS WHO INFORMED INVESTIGATOR THAT ALL CURRENT
RESIDENCES IN THE VICINITY OF THE APARTMENT MOVEDIN AFTER SUB^CT
MOVED OUT OF THE APARTMENT,
ITEM: 007 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE: 003
FYE DOES NOT MAINTAIN EMPLOYMENT RECORDS. ALL EMPLOYMENT RECORDS MUST
BE OBTAINED THROUGH TRANSWORLD ENTERTAINMENT. ITEM FOR TRANSWORLD
ENTERTAINMENT WAS OBTAINED AND REPORTED.
ITEM: 009 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE: 004
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OFU.S. OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST,NW,WASHINGTON,DC 20415-4000
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD |CASEll08F18704 |PAGE 2
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/16/07-11/28/07 1 SID 6885 1 ORG ID 049 | REPORT^02
INVESTIGATOR WAS UNA8LE TO OBTAIN EMPLOYMENT RECORD DUE TO CONFLICT OF
INFORMATION.
SOURCE UNIT DIRECTOR, INFORMED INVESTIGATOR THAT RECORDS
ARE NO PERSO^L RECORDS FOR PREVIOUS EMPLOYEES AND THAT ALL RECORDS
ARE KEPT AT THE CORPORATE OFFICE. PROVIDEDINVESTIGATOR WITH
PHONE NUMBER OF CORPORATE OFFICE.
ALSO INFORMEDINVESTIGATOR THAT THERE ARE CURRENTLY NO
EMPLOYEES WORKING AT INCREDIBLE PI^^A WHO WOULD HAVE WORKED WITH
SUB^OT.
INVESTIGATOR MADE PHONE CONTACT WITH THE CORPORATE OFFICE,NAME OF
PERSON NOT OBTAINED, INFORMEDINVESTIGATOR THAT EACH STORE KEEPS THEIR
OWN RECORDS.
INVESTIGATOR MADE PH^ CONTACT WITH LISTED SUPERVISO
,KNOWN AS INFORMED INVESTIGATOR THAT HE
DID NOT RECALL SUB^CT DUE TO HAVING SEVERAL EMPLOYEES, BOTH PAST AND
PRESENT.
ITEM: 021 SOURCE: 005
NAME TRANSWORLD ENTERTAI^NT, 38 CORPORATE CIRCLE, ALBANY, NY 12203
PERS^^L RECORD
PROVIDER HR
SF RELEASE
TELEPHONE TESTIM^
ACCEPTABLE
NAME VERIFIED SSN VERIFIED DOB NOT SHOWN POB NOT SHOWN
EMPLOYMENT DATES 05/06-06/06
STATUS FULL TO^
WORKSITE ADDRESS WOODLAND HILLS MALL, TULSA,OK
POSITION LEAD ASSOCIATE/MANAGEMENT
^ 1 ^ 1 ^ S^ATt^SNO^S^CWN
EMPLOYMENT STATUS CHANGE NOT SHOWN
EMPLOYMENT DATES 5/24/06 TO 6/10/06
NO OTHER INFORMATION AVAILABLE DUETOPOLICY AND PROCEDURE.
ITEM: 021 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE SOURCE: 006
INFORMATION WAS OBTAINED BY TELEPHONE WITH INVESTIGATOR CALLED TO
OBTAIN PROCEDURE POLICY FOR OBTAINING EMPLOYMENT RECORDS.
REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
PROPERTY OFU.S, OFFIOE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT (IS)
1900EST, NW,WASHINGTON, DC 20415-4000
^
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6),
(b) (7)
(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)(C)
(b) (6), (b)
(7)(C)
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)
(C)
(b) (6), (b) (7)(C)
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD ICASE # 08F18704 jPAGE 3
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 10/16/07 - 11/28/07 | SID 6885 | ORG ID C49 | REPORT # 02
***• END OF REPORT ****
TRANSMITTED: 11/28/07 PRINTED: 01/16/08
09
NAME MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD ICASE 1108F18704 |PAGE 1
DATES OF INVESTIGATION 11/02/07 - 11/09/071 SID 7296 IORGIDA06 IREPORTHOl
TESTIMONIES
ITEM: 023 SOURCE: 001
NAME THE WORK NUMBER, STARBUCKS COFFEE COMPANY,WWW.THEW0RKNUMBER.COM,
PERSONNEL RECORD
OBTAINED BY INVESTIGATOR
TELEPHONE TESTIMONY
ACCEPTABLE
NAME VERIFIED SSN VERIFIED DOB NOT SHOWN POB NOT SHOWN
EMPLOYMENT DATES 01/07-10/07
STATUS NOT SHOWN
WORKSITE ADDRESS NOT SHOWN
POSITION BARISTA
REHIRE STATUS NOT SHOWN
EMPLOYMENT STATUS CHAIilGE NOT SHOWN
ITEM: 023 INVESTIGATOR'SNOTE
SOURCE: 002
RECORD INFORMATII^ OBTAINED FR^ THE WORK NUMBER VIA THEINTERNET.
^^^^ END OF REPORT ^^^^
TRANSMITTED:ll/09/07 PRINTED: 01/16/08
REQUESTOR ID: FOV K115
DATE: 02/02/12 PAGE: 1
UNITED STATES OEEICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
INVESTIGATIONS SERVICE
************************* CASE CLOSING TRANSMITTAL ************************
CLOSED: 10/02/2007
CASE #: 70696500 TYPE/SERVICE: ENTNAC - PRT
EXTRA COVERAGE:
NAME: MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD
SSN: M m i - 9 DOB: # # # # 1 9 8 7 POSITION:
SON: A02M SOI: DD70
COMMANDER DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
BALTIMORE MEPS HQ USMEPCOM
850 CHISHOLM AVENUE, STOP 2995 ATTN: MOP-AD
FT MEADE, MD 20755 2834 GREEN BAY ROAD
NORTH CHICAGO, I L 60064
AGENCY DATA:
OPM ADJUDICATION: F - NO ISSUES - REVIEW LEVEL 1
THE ITEM INFORMATION SUMMARIZED BELOW, AND ANY REPORTS OF
INVESTIGATION, INQUIRY FORMS AND/OR OTHER ATTACHMENTS WITH THIS
TRANSMITTAL, COMPLETE THE INVESTIGATION REQUESTED ON THE PERSON
IDENTIFIED ABOVE.
THIS CASE HAS BEEN ELECTRONICALLY TRANSMITTED TO THE AGENCY
****************************** ITEM INFORMATION ******************************
ITM TYPE ITEM IDENTIFICATION/LOCATION CM RESULTS
*** **** ****************************************** * * ***********************
AOl S I I L NO RECORD
BOl FBIF L NO RECORD
COl FBIN L NO PERTINENT
DOI DCII L NO RECORD
*********************** END CASE CLOSING TRANSMITTAL ***********************
(b)
(6),
(b)
(7)(C)
PRINTED: 02/02/201^
REQLIE^STOR ID: E07 ^115
UNITED STATES OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
INVESTIGATIONS SERVICE
WASHINGTON, DC 20415
Cei^t^i^lc^t^^on In^e^t^i^^^t^^^cm
CLOSED: 10/02/2007
SUBMITTING OFFICE: SON - A02M SECURITY^ OFFICE: SOI - DD70
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
HQ U8MEPC0M
ATTN: MOP-AD
283^ GREEN BAY ROAD
NORTH CHICAGO, I L 60064-3094
NAME: MANNING, BRADLEY EDWARD
SSN: 4##1#11 DOB: ##1^/1987 POSITION:
CASE TY^PE: ENTNAC ^ OPM CASE ^: 70696500
EXTRA COVERAGE:
POSITION CODE : /
SCHEDULED DATE: 09/26/2007
INVESTK^ATION CONDUCTED FROM: 7
THIS CERTIFIES THAT A BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION ON THE PERSON IDENTIFIED ABOVE
HAS BEEN COMPLETED. THE RESULTS OF THIS INVESTIGATION WERE SENT TO THE SECURITY
OFFICE FOR A SECURITY/SUITABILITY DETERMINATION.
*******************************************************************************
AGENCY C^ERTIFICATION: THE RESULTS OF THIS INVESTIGATION HAVE BEEN REVIEWED, AND
A FINAL DETERMINATION HAS BEEN MADE.
AGENCY CERTIFYING OFFICIAL . DATE
FILE THIS CERTIFICATE ON THE PERMANENT SIDE OF THE PERSON^S OFFICIAL PERSONNEL
FOLDER AFTER THE FINAL AGENCY DETERMINATION IS MADE.
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5 pages
classified
"CONFIDENTIAL"
ordered sealed for Reason 3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated 20 August 2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record of Trial
Prosecution ExhihitlOh
^pages
classified
"CONEIDENTIAE"
ordered sealedf^rReason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20August2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial
Prosecution ExhihitlOc
^pages
classified
"CONEIDENTIAE"
ordered sealed forReason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20August2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial
Prosecution ExhihitlOd
^pages
classified
"CONTIDENTIAE"
ordered sealed for Reason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20August2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial
Prosecution ExhihitlOe
^pages
classified
"CONEIDENTIAE"
ordered sealed for Reason3
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated20August2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record ofTrial
Prosecution ExhihitlOf
^pages
classified
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
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Manning, Bradley E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211
STIPULATION OF
EXPECTED TESTIMONY
SGT Mary Amiatu
DATED: May 2013
It is iiereby agreed by tlie Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that if SGT Mary
Amiatu were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing phases of this court-martial, she
would testify substantially as follows.
1. I am currently the S-1 NCO for the 6th Engineer Battalion at Fort Richardson, Alaska. I have held
this position for two months. Previously, I was the Strength Accounting Clerk for U.S. Army Central
Command G-1 at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. I held that position from October of 2011 until October of
2012. In that position, I helped account for personnel coming in and out of theater, moving from place to
place within theater, and changing duty status. I provided battle management update briefs and worked
with the Deployed Theater Accounting System (DTAS). I also worked with the Joint Asset Movement
Management System (JAMMS).
2. With regard to this particular investigation, I provided investigators from the Army Criminal
Investigation Command (CID) a print-out from JAMMS on PFC Bradley Manning. JAMMS is a system
that captures movement and location information about operating forces, govemment civil servants, and
govemment contractors through data collection points established in specified operational theaters. These
collection points are, for example, dining facilities, ports of debarkation, and fuel points. Operational
theaters include Kuwait, Afghanistan, and Iraq. As such, JAMMS would capture the dates on which PFC
Manning scanned himself in and out of Department of Defense (DOD) facilities using his CAC card, such
as dining facilities (DFACs) and points of debarkation into and out of Iraq (APOD/SPOD). When
providing this report, I also signed and had notarized an attestation certificate (identified at BATES
Number 00412522) regarding the authenticity of the information.
3. As a former Strength Accounting Clerk, I am familiar with JAMMS reports. I have read them before.
I , therefore, understand this JAMMS report I provided (identified at BATES Numbers 00412523 -
00412532) to show that the Service Member named "Manning, Bradley", whose last four social security
number digits are 9504, came into and out of Iraq several times. For example, on page 9 of this
document, it shows that on 26 October 2010, PFC Manning signsd into the DFAC on Camp Buehring in
Kuwait, but by 28 October 2010, was using the DFAC in Iraq. Page 8 shows Bradley Manning departed
Iraq on 22 January 2010 and then entered again, via Kuwait, on 11 February 2010. Gaps like this are
normal when a soldier leaves a deployed environment, such as for mid-tour leave. Page 8 further shows
that PFC Manning was using the FOB Hammer DFAC by 14 Febmary 2010. Lastly, Page 1 shows that
PFC Manning boarded an outbound flight from Iraq on 30 May 2010.
ANGEL M./OyERGAARD
CPT, JA
Assistant Trial Counsel
THOMAS F. HURLEY
MAJ.JA
Defense Counsel
BRADLEY E. MANNING
PFC, USA
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Manning, Bradley E.
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STIPULATION OF
EXPECTED TESTIMONY
SA Calder Robertson
DATED: "5 June 2013
It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that i f Special
Agent Calder Robertson were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing phases of
this court martial, he would testify substantially as follows:
1. I am a Special Agent (SA) for the Computer Crime Investigative Unit (CCIU) of the U.S.
Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID). I have been with CCIU since March 2006. In
February 2010,1 became the Special Agent-in-Charge (SAC) of the Europe Branch Office of
CCIU. In my current capacity, I am responsible for conducting and overseeing the conduct of
large-scale complex criminal investigations associated with high technology, including insider
threat and computer intrusions into the critical information architecture of the U.S. Army.
Among other things, this work includes: conducting interviews, executing search warrants,
processing crime scenes, collecting and handling physical evidence, obtaining forensic images of
digital evidence, conducting forensic examinations, and preparing comprehensive reports for
supported officials and prosecutors. I have testified several times injudicial proceedings.
Because I am in charge of the Europe Branch Office of CCIU, I have responsibility for
investigating cyber crime incidents in Europe and Africa, as well as providing rapid response to
Southwest Asia (Iraq and Afghanistan). Additionally, I was recently selected to establish the
Pacific Branch Office of CCIU, with responsibility for investigating U.S. Army cyber crime
incidents in the Pacific area of operations. From April 1998 to November 2003,1 held a variety
of other positions within CID and was responsible for investigating criminal offenses with an
Army nexus.
2. I received a B S. in Psychology in 2006 and have been a Certified Computer Crime
Investigator through the Defense Cyber Crime Center (DCS) since 2007. In 2010,1 was awarded
the U.S. Army Achievement Medal for Distinguished Civilian Service as a civilian Special
Agent for Army CID. I have received numerous other awards in my civilian and military
capacities.
3. I have received extensive training from the Defense Cyber Investigations Training Academy
(DCITA), which is part of DC3. Through DCITA, I have attended the following courses
relevant to my current work: Live Network Investigations (2009), Mobile Electronics Forensics
Training (2008), Advanced Log Analysis (2008), Forensics and Intrusions in a Windows
Environment (2007), Macintosh Forensic Examinations (2007), Wireless Technology (2007),
Windows Forensic Examinations with EnCase (2007), Introduction to Networks and Computer
Hardware (2006), and Introduction to Computer Search and Seizure (1999). Additionally, I
attended Computer Forensics II with EnCase in 2009, a course put on by Guidance Software, the
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makers ofEnCase. In 2011,lalso attended DCITA^sLarge Data Set Acquisition course as well
as the Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory^sEvidence Management Certification Course.
These courses focused on the collection and handling ofphysical and digital evidence.
^. On 27 May 2010,Ibecame involved with the investigation ofPFC Bradley Manning after
receiving preliminary information on misconduct that required downrange investigation. As the
SACofthe Europe Branch Office ofCCIU and the closest CCIU agent to Iraq,Iwas tasked by
CCIU Headquarters, then at Fort Belvoir,Virginia, to provide support to the Camp Liberty CID
office. Itraveled to Camp Liberty in Baghdad and stayed there for three days at the end ofMay
2010. Istayed at Camp Liberty because, at that time, it was too dangerous to travel to FOB
Hammer. Additionally,the evidence collection team already at the crime scene on FOB
Hammer had sufficient personnel to complete their mission such that my physical presence was
unnecessary. My role in the investigation was to assess and provide expert assistance with the
collection, preservation, and imaging of computer evidence as well as to perform preliminary
analysis ofthe digital evidence. Apreliminary forensic examination isabrief review taking no
more thanacoupleofhours,whereasaftill forensic examination may take anywhere from an
entire day to several weeks, depending on the amount ofrecoverable information. Iconducted
preliminary forensic examinations onanumberofitems of evidence seized in this case.
Evidence collected from FOB Hammer and delivered to me at Camp Liberty included: two
Supply Annex computers,arewriteableCD,an Apple brand personal laptop, an external hard
disk drive, and three Sensitive Compartmented InformationFacility(SCIF) computers.
^. Ifollow several general procedures when handling evidence. Ireview the custody document
and always ensure the description ofthe evidence matches the evidence attached. Icheck,for
example, that recorded serial numbers, markings for identification, and condition description
match the associated evidence. lensure that the necessary information, such as date and time,
are properly and accurately recorded. Lastly,Imaintain secure custody ofthe evidence prior to
transferring it to another individual. In addition to following these procedures,when transferring
to or receiving evidence from another person,Iam also sure to properly sign, date, and note the
reason forthe transfer.
6. With regard to each item ofphysicalevidencelreceived in this case,Ifollowed these same
procedures. When receiving whole computers,IaIso checked to ensure they did not contain any
suspicioushardwareorremovable data storage devices such as SD cards and thumb drives. Prior
to powering on or accessing the contents of any device,Iimaged each item ofphysical evidence
Ireceived in order to preserve the contents ofthe data on the item. Aforensic image of an item
of digital media is an exact, bitforbit copy ofthe data on the digital media. limaged these
items ofevidence so that the data on the device can be forensically examined without
manipulating the data contained on the original evidence. This is standard practice by digital
forensic examiners. The software forensic examiners use to image the digital evidence has built
in procedures to verify that the item has been successfully duplicated. For example, the program
will note the MD^ Hash or Secure Hash Algorithml(SHAl)hash value of an item of digital
evidence before imaging(acquisition hash value)and after imaging the item(verification hash
value). Ifthe two hash values match, the item has been successfully duplicated bit-for-bit. The
hash value is determined by mathematical algorithm and is displayed asanumber^letter identifier
unique to every item ofelectronically stored information. It is similartoadigital fingerprint,
although more unique. When the hash value is generated, the entire hard drive will haveahash
value, as well as each individual file on the hard drive. Ifthere is any alteration to the hard drive
or to any file on the hard drive, the acquisition and verification hash values will not match. The
alteration can beasmall as addingasingle space intoatext document or savingafileina
different format (i.e. savinga^^.doc^^asa^^.pdf^). In this case,Iused EnCase forensic software
to complete this imaging process. EnCase forensic sofl^are is widely used by digital forensic
examiners. Aslstatedearlier,lhave received training on EnCase forensic software and have
used it in my other cases involving digital forensic examinations. lencountered no errors while
conducting the imaging ofthe evidence at issue in this case.
7. Between 30 May 2010andl.Iune2010,Iprocessed the following itemsofphysical evidence:
a. IprocessedaHitachi brand laptop computer,with the serial number
070817DP0C10DSG2JlDP,which was collected from the SupplyOfficeor Annex, 2ndBrigade
CombatTeam,10th Mountain Division, FOB Hammer, Iraq. This computer was marked
^^UNCLASSIFIED^^ and was seized because PFC Manning had temporarily worked in the Supply
Office in May 2010and used this computer. Ireceived this evidence from SA Thomas Smith. I
followed proper evidence handling procedures to receive and handle this evidence, and made
sure the evidence matched its noted description before beginning work. Upon taking possession,
lunsealed this computer and obtained an EnCase forensic image ofthe hard drive contained
within this computer. The resulting forensic image, with the SHAI hash value of
309df^9f068ft^a2e81aae03dla93d471cde90bf0, was verified to bean exact, bitforbitcopy of
the hard drive throughacomparison ofthe acquisition and verification hash values. Ididnot
examine this image further. IreviewedDN073-10in preparation forthis case. Thisitem^s
forensic image is located on I t eml of DN 073 10. Iknowthisbecauselcollectedltemlas
evidence.
b. ^processedaSeagate brand computer hard drive, with the serial number CN-
0MN922 21232 793 002L, which wascollected from the SupplyOffice^Annex,2ndBrigade
CombatTeam,10thMountain Division, FOB Hammer, Iraq. This computer was connected to
the SIPRNET and the hard drive was seized because PFC Manning had temporarily worked in
the Supply Office in May 2010and used this computer. Ireceived this evidence from SA Smith.
Ifi;^llowed proper evidence handling procedures to receive and handle this evidence, anLl made
sure the evidence matched its noted description before beginning work. Upon taking possession,
lunsealed this hard drive and obtained an EnCase fc^rensic image ofthe hard drive. The
resulting forensic image,with the SHAI hash value of cf6d703f0023773e
b9e30eeb318660ac0dl8f40^,was verified to be an exact, bit-for-bit copy ofthe hard drive
throughacomparison ofthe acquisition and verification hash values. Ididnot examine this
image fiirther. IreviewedDN073-10in preparation for this case. This item^sforensic image is
located on Item2ofDN 073 10. IknowthisbecauseIcollectedItem2as evidence.
c. Iprocessedarewriteable compact disc(CD-RW), with the serial number
LD623M^0^18^038B16, which wascollected from thequartersofPFCManning,Room^C93,
LSA Dragon, FOB Hammer, Iraq. ACDRWi s different fromacommerciallyproduced CD
with content already loaded onto it (i.e. fromamusic store), becauseaCDRW allows the userto
v^ite content to the CD,along with edit or delete information on the CD. ThisCDRWhada
^^SECRET^stickeronitandwaslabeled^^I2.Iul07C^ENGAGEMENT^ONE30GC^^ This
CD-RWwas collected with three Arabic language CDs inamultidisc case. Ireceived this
evidence from SA Smith. Ifollowed proper evidence handling procedures to receive and handle
this evidence, and made sure the evidence matched its noted description before beginning work.
Upon taking possession,Iunsealed the multidisc case and obtained an EnCase forensic image of
the aforementioned CDRW. The resulting forensic image,with the MD^ hash valueof
^c993ee62Ib036^82bael3^3f844322f,wasverifiedto bean exact, bitforbitcopyoftheCD
RWthroughacomparison ofthe acquisition and verification hash values. After imaging this
CDRW,Iconductedapreliminary forensic examination ofthis image. TheCDRWcontained
two files with identical names. One file contained no data and the other file,^^I2 Jul 07 C^
ENGAGEMENT ^ONE 30 GC,^^containedavideo. The video appeared to have been burned to
the disc on 27April20I0using Macintosh disc creation software. IreviewedDN073^I0in
preparation for this case. This item^sf^rensic image is located on Item2ofDN 073 10. Iknow
this becauseIcoIlectedItem2as evidence.
d. Iprocessed an Apple brand laptop computer,with the serial number W8939A^066E,
which was collected from the quarters ofPFC Manning, Room 4C93,LSA Dragon, FOB
Hammer, Iraq. Ireceived this evidence from SA Smith. Ifollowed proper evidence handling
procedures to receive and handle this evidence, and made sure the evidence matched its noted
description before beginning work. Upon taking possession,Iunsealed the Macintosh computer,
removedaFu^itsu brand hard drive from the laptop, and obtained an EnCase forensic image of
the hard drive. The serial number ofthe hard drive was ^9^DT9829WPY. The resulting
forensic image ofthe hard drivelobtained from this computer, with the SHAI hash value of
3cfl07db8b386^a^e3ebfce^00baelda9691ft^^9, was verified to bean exact, bitforbitcopy of
the hard drive throughacomparison ofthe acquisition and verification hash values. Thereafter,!
conductedapreliminary forensic examination ofthis image. Idetermined that the hard drive had
aMacintosh operating system installed and hadauser account resembling PFC Manning^sname,
althoughldidnotnotethemachine^susemameinmyAgent^sInvestigationReport(AIR). A
review ofthe device logs contained on the hard drive revealed some form ofoptical disc (i.e.
CD-RW drive)activity occurred, like deleting or burning CDRWs, on or around 27April 2010.
lalso reviewed the ^^user^^ files associated with the account resembling PFC Manning^sname and
located several files containing text that was specifically referenced in the chat logs received by
U.S.Army CID during the initial phases ofthe investigation, thoughldid not specifically note
which text was referenced in the chat logs in my AIR. Ireviewed DN 073 lOin preparation for
this case. This item^sforensie image is located on I t eml of DN 073-10. Iknow this becausel
collected Itemlas evidence.
e. !processedaSeagate brand external hard disk drive (HDD),with the serial number
2GEWJ^J,which was collected from the quarters ofPFC Manning, Room 4C93,LSA Dragon,
FOB Hammer, Iraq. Ireceived this evidence from SA Smith. Ifollowed proper evidence
handling procedures to receive and handle this evidence, and made sure the evidence matched its
noted description before beginning work. Upon taking possession,Iunsealed the external HDD
case and ftirther removed the internal HDD,also Seagate brand(serialnumber9VSlS2T^),
becauseldid not haveapower adapter that could safely and reliably power the Seagate brand
external HDD. Ithen obtained an Encase forensic image ofthe internal Seagate HDD with the
SHAI hash valueofl^ll83^63c^b^8^1a811^627bf^le8d9e7^abb^8Theresultingforensic
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image was verified to be an exact, bitforbit copy ofthe Seagate HDD throughacomparison of
the acquisition and verification hash values. After imaging the Seagate HDD,Iconducteda
preliminary forensic examination ofthis image. Ifoundafile containing the contact information
ofamemberoftheWikiLeaksteam,Mr.JulianAssange. This contact information appeared to
have been produced and released by the WikiLeaks team and did not appear to be ofapersonal
nature. Ireviewed DN 073 lOin preparation forthis case. This item^sforensic image is located
on I t eml of DN 073-10. Iknow this becauselcollected Itemlas evidence.
f Iprocessed an Alienware brand laptop computer,with the serial number
N^^900TA6D0066I, which was collected from the Sensitive Compartmented Information
Facility (SCIF) ofthe 2nd Brigade CombatTeam,10th Mountain Division, FOB Hammer, Iraq.
This computerwas connected to the SIPRNET and the hard drive was seized because PFC
Manning had worked in the SCIF in November 2009 to May 2010and used this computer.!
received this evidence from SA Smith. Ifollowed proper evidence handling procedures to
receive and handle this evidence, and made sure the evidence matched its noted description
before beginning work. Upon taking possession,IunseaIed the Alienware laptop computer,
removed the Seagate brand hard drive from the laptop, and obtained an EnCase fc^rensic image of
the hard drive. The serial number ofthe hard drive was 3MH036M1. The resulting forensic
image ofthe hard drivelobtained from this computer,with the SHAI hash value of
C7^00fbed0b4db68a^82a^8^eeaa3^abla62cd64, was verified to be an exact, bit for bit copy of
the hard drive throughacomparison ofthe acquisition and verification hash values. Thereafter,!
conductedapreliminary forensic examination ofthis image. Idetermined that PFC Manning
hadauser account on this laptop computer. Ifound several items ofinterest to this investigation,
including copies ofthe Apache video made publically available by WikiLeaks and called
^^CollateralMurder.^^ lalso found an archive file that contained approximatelyll,000 sensitive
and classified documents, downloaded in HyperText Markup Language (HTML)format, though
Ididnot note the exact number. Ireviewed DN 073 lOin preparation forthis case. Thisitem^s
forensic image is located on Item2ofDN 073 10. Iknow this becauselcollected Item2as
evidence.
g. IprocessedaDell brand laptop computer,with the serial number HLVJ(^FI,which
was collected from the Sensitive Compartmented InformationFacility (SCIF) ofthe 2nd Brigade
CombatTeam, 10th Mountain Division, FOB Hammer, Iraq. This computer was connected to
the SIPRNET and the hard drive was seized because PFC Manning had worked in the SCIF in
November 2009 to May 2010and used this computer.Ireceived this evidence from SA Smith.
Ifollowed proper evidence handling procedures to receive and handle this evidence, and made
sure the evidence matched its noted description before beginning work. Upon taking possession,
lunsealed the Dell laptop computer, removed an unknown brand hard drive from the laptop, and
obtained an EnCase forensic imageofthe hard drive. The serial number ofthe hard drive was
^MHOHWI^N. The resulting forensic image ofthe hard drivelobtained from this computer,
withtheSHAl hashvalueofc3^73c3dfldI31e0022f^c^6bfc^6087e9d^l^0f,wasverifiedtobe
an exact, bit-for-bit copy ofthe hard drive throughacomparison ofthe acquisition and
verification hash values. Thereafter,Iconductedapreliminary forensic examination ofthis
image. Idetermined that PFC Manning hadauser account on this laptop computer. Ireviewed
DN 073-lOin preparation for this case. This item^sforensic image is located on Item2ofDN
073 10. Iknow this becauselcollected Item2as evidence.
h. IprocessedaDell brand laptop computer,with the serial number 93H^(^D1,which
was collected from the Sensitive Compartmented InformationFacilify (SCIF) ofthe 2nd Brigade
CombatTeam,10th Mountain Division, FOB Hammer, Iraq. This NIPRNET laptop had been
located near the work area ofPFC Manning. Ireceived this evidence from SA Smith. Ifollowed
proper evidence handling procedures to receive and handle this evidence, and made sure the
evidence matched its noted description before beginning work. Upon taking possession,!
unsealed the Dell laptop computer, removed an unknown brand hard drive from the laptop, and
obtained an EnCase forensic image ofthe hard drive. The serial number ofthe hard drive was
^MH0TB78. The resulting forensic image ofthe hard drivelobtained from this computer, with
the SHAI hash Valueofe2b49bd3ed0e2f^d798ab4^febaac3bl^d0070be,wasverifiedto bean
exact, bitforbit copy ofthe hard drive throughacomparison ofthe acquisition and verification
hash values. Ididnot examine this image fiirther. IreviewedDN 073 lOin preparation for this
case. This item^sforensic image is located on I t eml of DN 073 10. Iknow this becausel
collected Itemlas evidence.
8. As!statedearlier,Iused the EnCase forensic software to obtain the images of each item of
evidencelprocessed. In this case,Iattached each device(except the CDRW) toawrite
blocker, and then aftached the writeblocker to my laptop computer,which had the EnCase
forensic software loaded. Av^ite-blockerisadevice that allows you to acquire information on
an item ofdigital media without accidentally damaging or altering the contents ofthe original
item of digital media. In short, the write-blocker ensures that noneofthe original data on the
item ofevidence is manipulated in any way. Ididnot use the writeblocker when processing the
CRRW,as that device was not at risk of alteration. Computers do not alter data on CDRWs
without specific instructions to do so. Aslneither intended nor actually issued such instructions,
there was no need to useawrite-blocker with regards to the CD-RW. After securing the v^ite
blocker as appropriate,!then used EnCase to createaforensic image of each item. Aslstated
earlier,EnCase creates an acquisition hash value that is later compared to the verification hash
value once the image has been created. Isaved the forensic images of each devicelprocessed
onto sterile hard drives. Ilater transferred these forensic images to the hard drives recorded as
ItemsIand2onDN073 10. The forensic image is not altered by being transferred between
storage devices. When you open the forensic image in EnCase, EnCase itselfverifies that the
forensic image isatrue copy.
9. I t eml of DN 073 10, serial number 9VS2^G^M,isaSeagate brand hard disk drive
containing the individual forensic images ofthe devices listed above that were initially
determinedtobe^^UNCLASSIFIEDBItem2ofDN073 10,serialnumber^VGI826C,isa
Seagate brand hard disk drive containing the individual forensic images ofthe devices listed
above that were initially determined to be classified ^^SECRET.^^ On^June2010,IcoIIected
Itemsland2as evidence becauselhad previously transferred the forensic images ofthe various
deviceslprocessed to these two hard disk drives. Icollected this evidence at the CID office on
Camp Liberty. Idid this to consolidate the evidencelprocessed for ease ofreview by
subsequent forensic examiners. This process is consistent with best computer forensic practices.
In the forensic community,it is common for investigators to consolidate the forensic images of
multiple devices on one hard drive and then collect the resulting hard drive as evidence. Aft erl
collected Itemsland2asevidence,Itransferred custody ofthis evidence to SA Jeremy Drews.
10. During the above forensic examinations,Irecorded my notes, including descriptions ofthe
evidence and their associated hash values on an AIR, dated^June 2010, and marked for this
courtmartial with bates numbers: 0002167^ 00021683. This AIR accompanied the evidencel
transferred to SA Drews.
11. Prosecution Exhi bi t l l for Identification is the Seagate brand hard disk drive with serial
number9VS2^G^M ( I t eml of DN 073 10). ProsecutionExhibit 12 for Identificationis the
Seagate brandhard disk drive with serialnumber^VG1826C(Item2ofDN 073 10).
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Manning, Bradley E.
PFC, U.S. Army,
HHC, U.S. Army Garrison,
Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall
Fort Myer, Virginia 22211
STIPULATION OF
EXPECTED TESTIMONY
SA Antonio Edwards
DATED: 3 June 2013
It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, and Trial Counsel, that i f Special Agent (SA)
Antonio Edwards were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing phases of this court-martial,
he would testify substantially as follows.
1. Since March of 2012,1 have been employed as a Special Agent ("SA") of Homeland Security
Investigations ("HSI"), Department of Homeland Security ("DHS") in the Atlanta Field Office, empowered
by law to investigate and to make arrests for offenses involving the unlawful export of goods and
technology to destinations outside the United States. Prior to working for HSI, fi-om March 2008 to March
2012,1 was employed as an SA with the United States Army Criminal Investigation Command
("USACIDC"), Computer Crime Investigative Unit ("CCIU") at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. In this capacity, I
was responsible for the investigation of violations pertaining to computer intrusions and to other types of
malicious computer activity directed against the U.S. Army (18 U.S.C. § 1030). As a USACIDC SA, 1 was
also authorized to investigate crimes involving all violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and
other applicable federal and state laws where there is a U.S. Army or Department of Defense (DoD)
interest. I have participated in and conducted investigations of violations of United States laws and
regulations pertaining to computer intrusions and I have participated in the execution of search warrants on
individuals and companies.
2. Before working for USACIDC, from November 2007 to November 2008,1 was employed as an SA
with the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS), Office of Export Enforcement. And, from May 2003 to
October 2006,1 was a Deputy Prosecutor for Morgan County, Indiana. From August 2000 to August 2005,
1 served in the Monroe County, Indiana Reserve Deputy Sheriffs Department as a Deputy Sheriff, where I
received training in evidence collection. Further, I am a graduate of the Federal Law Enforcement Training
Center's Criminal Investigator Training Program, where 1 also received training in evidence collection. In
addition to being employed as a Special Agent, I currently serve in the Inactive Ready Reserves (IRR) as a
Judge Advocate in the United States Army National Guard, District of Columbia.
3. In 2003,1 received a Juris Doctorate from Indiana University and was subsequently admitted to the
Indiana bar. 1 have a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of North Florida, and a Doctorate
of Jurisprudence from Indiana University - Bloomington School of Law. I am currently licensed to
practice law in Indiana.
4. My experience as a State Law Enforcement Officer, a State Prosecutor, and a Special Agent has
included the investigation of cases involving violent and non-violent crimes as well as the use of
computers. I have also received training and gained experience in: interviewing and interrogation
techniques, arrest procedure, crime scene examination, evidence collection, search warrant applications, the
execution of searches and seizures, and other criminal laws and procedures. Further, I have completed the
Department of Defense Cyber Investigations Training Academy courses: "Introduction to Computer
Hardware", "Computer Incident Responders Course", and "Windows Forensic Examinations - EnCase".
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Together, this afforded me certification asaDepartmentofDefense "Certified Digital Media Collector"
and "Certified DigitalForensic Examiner".
5. Ifollow several general procedures when handling evidence. Ireview the custody document and
always ensure the description ofthe evidence matches the evidence attached. Icheck, for example, that
recorded serial numbers, markings for identification, and condition description match the associated
evidence, lensure that the proper information, such as date and time, are properly and accurately recorded.
Lastly,lmaintain secure custody of the evidence prior to transferring it to another individual.
6. In this particular investigation,lassisted with witness interviews and the handling of evidence. In so
doing,lworked with SA Charles Clapper and Mr. GaronYoung. On 12June2010,lreceived several
pieces of electronic evidence related to this investigation from the hands ofMr.AdrianLamo and with his
consent. On 12June 2010, Mr. Adrian Lamo also gave signed consent to law enforcement personnel on
two separate CID Forms 87REt o search his electronic devices for "^alll information in any form,
pertaining to communications which may be in the form: ofemails, instant messaging chats, documents,
data, computer code, log files, drawings, photographs, or any other data; in encrypted, plain text, or any
other format; relating to PFC Bradley E. MANNING and^or the disclosure of classified information or
information which is the property of theU.S.Govemment." The first piece ofevidence collected and
further handled wasaLenovo Laptop computer withaFuiitsu computer hard drive(serial number:
K404T812MF4D)recorded as ltemlonaDAForm4137 marked as document number (DN) 7610, and
known as "Lamo Ubuntu Hard Drive". It was collected from Mr.Adrian Lamo in Sacramento, California
onl2June2010. The second piece ofevidence collected and hirther handled was an HP Mini Brand
computer(computer serial number: CNU90513VT)withaSeagate computer hard drive (hard drive serial
number: 5RE2C1(^K) recorded as ltemlonaDAForm4137 marked as document number (DN) 77-10,
and known as "Lamo HP Hard Drive". It was collected from Mr.Adrian Lamo in Carmichael,Califomia
on 12 June 2010
7. Using the DAForm4137,Iproperly released these pieces of evidence to SA Clapper. Onl4June2010,
Iproperly regained possession from SA Clapper before properly releasing them to the Evidence Custodian,
Mr. GaronYoung, on 15 June 2010, which is documented onaDAForm4137. While in possession of
these items,lmaintained control over them, stored them properly,and allowed no one else access to them.
Idid not alter the evidence in any way. lhave no reason to believe this evidence was damaged or
contaminated in any way. After releasing the evidence to Mr.Young,lhad no fiirther interaction with the
evidence.
8. I^rosecution Exhibit 13 for Identification is the Lamo Ubuntu Hard Drive ( I t eml of DN 76-10).
Prosecution Exhibitl4for Identification is the Lamo HP Hard Drive ( I t eml of DN 77-10).
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ASHDENFEIN THOMASF.HURLEY ^ B R A D ^ ^ E M A N N ^
MAJ,JA MAJ,JA PFC, USA
Trial Counsel Defense Counsel Accused
UNITED STATESOF AMERICA
Manning, Bradley E.
PFC,U.S.Arn^y,
HHC, U.S. Arn^y Garrison,
JointBaseMyerHendersonHall
FortMyer,Virginia 22^11
STIPULATION OF
EXPECTEDTESTIMONY
SACi^^^IesCIa^^er
DATED: ^June 2(^13
It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, andTrial Counsel,that ifSpecial
Agent(SA)Charles Clapper were present to testify during the merits and presentencing phases of
this court-martial, he would testify substantially as follows.
1. lamaSpecial Agent (SA)fortheU.S.Army Criminal Investigation Division(CID).
Specifically,Iwork forthe CID, Computer Crimes Investigation Unit(CCIU). My current job
title is Special Agent in Charge (SAC) ofthe Arizona Branch Office located atFort Huachuca,
Arizona. As the SAC,Irunatwoman office that handles exclusively computer crimes. My job
also entails serving as CID'sliaison officer for NETCOM. Additionally,Iam the liaison officer
to the Regional Computer Emergency ResponseTeam(RCERT CONUS) and to theTheater
Network Operations and Security Center (TNOSC). lhave served in Arizona as an SA for five
years andlhave been the SACforthreeofthe five years.
2. Froml986 1999,Iwas an enlisted Military Police oflicer (MP). Iserved as an Evidence
Custodian forthe Investigation Section at Fort Lewis,Washington from 1993-1994. After
becomingaCID agent in 1999,from 1999-2002,Iserved as the Computer Crimes Coordinator for
the ^th MP Baftalion in !^aiserslaughtem, Germany. Iwas also the Evidence Custodian for the
!^aiserslaughtem CID Office from 2001 2002. Iserved as the Detachment Sergeant and as an
Evidence Custodian from 200^-2006 at CCIU on Fort Belvoir,Virginia. In2007,Iwasan
INSCOM contractor performing forensics for the Army'sComputer Emergency ResponseTeam
(Army CERT) in the Forensics and Malware Analysis department. Ibecameacivilian Special
Agent in Arizona in 2008, and currently serve in this capacify.
3. IreceivedaB^chelorofScience degree in Liberal Arts from Regents College located in New
York. lhave had extensive training in evidence collection and handling.This includes having
attended thel7week Apprentice Special Agents Course. lhave also aftended the Advanced
Crime Scene Investigation class atFort LeonardWood and the SALTSpecial Agent Course at the
Army Crime Lab located atFort Gillem, Georgia. In terms of computer and forensic fraining,!
have taken numerous courses at the Defense Cyber InvestigativeTraining Academy in Linthicum,
Maryland. Itook these courses between the years 2000 and 2008. They coveredafull range of
computer forensics and digital media collection issues. Between 2003 and 2006,Iattended two
courses at Guidance Software in Reston,Virginia. This company manufactures the forensic
imaging software EnCase. In 2012,Iattended the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
Computer Network Intrusion Training program in Glynco, Georgia. These courses all discussed
the collection and handling of digital evidence.
^. IhaveaDepartmentofDefense Cyber Crime Investigation Certificate from the Department of
Defense Cyber Crime Center,which is the highest certification that one can receive in the field.
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The certification must be renewed every two years. Ireceived my first certification in 2006 and
last renewed it in October of2012. In addition to my training and certifications,Ihave worked
more thanlOO cases in my current duty position and somewhere betweenlOO-200 cases in my
previous capacities.
^. Ifollow several general procedures when handling evidence. Ireview the custody document
and always ensure the description ofthe evidence matches the evidence aftached. Icheck, for
example, that recorded serial numbers, markings for identification, and condition description
match the associated evidence. lensure that the appropriate information, such as date and time,
are properly and accurately recorded. Lastly,Imaintain secure custody ofthe evidence prior to
transferring it to another individual.
6. In this particular investigation,Iworked with SAAntonio Edwards and assisted with witness
interviews and the handling ofevidence. On 12 June 2010,Ireceived evidence related to this
investigation from SA Edwards. lalso received two Consent to Search forms(CID Forms 87R-
E), signed by Mr.Adrian Lamo on 12 June 2010,which gave signed consent to law enforcement
personnel to search his electronic devices for "l^ajll information in any form, pertaining to
communications which may be in the form: ofemails, instant messaging chats, documents, data,
computer code, log files, drawings, photographs, or any other data-in encrypted, plain text, or any
other format-relating to PFC Bradley E.MANNING and^or the disclosureof classified
information or information which is the property oftheU.S.Govemment." The first piece of
evidence collected and further handled wasaLenovo Laptop computer withaFti^itsu computer
hard drive(serial number: ^^0^T812MF4D)recordedasItemlonaDAForm4137,markedas
document number (DN) 76-10, and known as "Lamo Ubuntu Hard Drive". It was collected from
Mr.Adrian Lamo in Sacramento, California on 12 June 2010. The second piece ofevidence
collected and further handled was an HP Mini Brand computer(computer serial number:
CNU90^13VT)withaSeagate computer hard drive(serial number: ^RE2C1(^!^) recorded as
ItemlonaDAForm4I37,marked as document number (DN) 7710, and known as ^Tamo HP
Hard Drive". It was collected from Mr. Adrian Lamo in Carmichael, California on 12 June 2010.
7. limaged both pieces of evidence using standard forensic imaging sofl^are,which does not
alterthe original evidence in any way. Aforensic image isabit-for-bit or exact copy ofthe
original information on the hard drive. Using theDAForm4137,Iproperly released the original
evidence back to SA Edwards on l^June 2010. While in possession of these items,Imaintained
control over them. Iretumed the items in the same condition thatlreceived them and have no
reason to believe that the evidence was damaged or contaminated in any way. After releasing the
evidence to SAEdwards,Ihad no fiirther interaction with the evidence.
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ANGELM^VERGAARO THOMASFHURLEY BRADL^YEMANNlNG
CPT,JA MAJ,JA PFC, USA
Assistant Trial Counsel Defense Counsel Accused
UNITEDSTATESOF AMERICA
Manning, Bradley E.
PFC,U.S.Arniiy,
HHC, U.S. Arn^y Garrison,
JointBaseMyerHendersonHall
FortMyer,Virginia 22211
STIPULATION OF
EXPECTEDTESTIMONY
Mr.GaronYoung
DATED: ^June2013
It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, andTrial Counsel, that i fMr.
GaronYoung were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing phases ofthis court-
martial, he would testify substantially as follows:
1. lam currently the Criminal Intelligence Program Manager for theU.S.Army Computer
Crime Investigative Unit(CCIU) ofthe Criminal Investigative Division(CID). lhave been with
CCIU for lOyears. This position primarily entails reviewing cases for intelligence data and
entering them into our database. Additionally,Ireview reports, serve as the security manager,
and act as alternate evidence custodian. lhave held this position for lOyears.
2. lhave an Associate'sdegree from CentralTexas College and began my law enforcement
career in 1980 asaMilitary Policeman. In 1987IbecameaMilitary Police Investigator. From
1989 tol992,Iwas the Chief oflnvestigationsinWuerzburg, Germany. During this time(1989
^1991),Iwas also the evidence custodian. Ijoined CID in 1993 and from 1994 tol995 was the
alternate evidence custodian while stationed in !^orea. From 1995 to 1998,Iwas the detachment
sergeant atFort LeonardWood. In this capacity,Iwas the senior enlisted advisor and primary
evidence custodian. From 1998 untillretired in 2000,Iworked at CID Headquarters on Fort
Belvoir. After3yearsofworking for the Florida Department ofRevenue, in 2003,Iretumed to
criminal investigations by joining CCIU. lhave worked in my current position since then^
serving from 2003 to 2006 as the altemate and occasionally primary evidence custodian at
various times. Throughout my years in law enforcement,Ihave worked more than 800 cases.
3. In 1996,Itook the Medical Legal Death InvestigationsTraining by the Armed Forces
Institute ofPathoIogy held at Fort Lewis. In 2005,laftended the Evidence Management Course
at the United States Army Crime Lab inFortGiIIem,GA. And in 2007,Iretumed to Fort Gillem
for the Army Crime Lab'sSpecial Agent LaboratoryTraining. These courses do cover physical
and digital evidence collection and handling.
4. Ifollow several general procedures when handling evidence as evidence custodian. The first
timelreceiveapiece of evidencelcheck the accompanyingDAForm4137 evidence custody
document to make sure the evidence matches the description and that the marked-for-
identification number on the evidence matches what is recorded on the form. lalso check to
make sure the form has been appropriately filled out. Whenlsign the evidence into the evidence
room,Isign in the ^^received" column. Ithen log it in the evidence book and the database before
placing it in the evidence room. When someone asks to receiveastored piece of evidence,lpull
the voucher number and locate the evidence in its appropriate location. Icheck to make sure the
evidencelam handing over matches the description on the form and thenlrelease it to the ^
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Special Agent or Forensic Examiner who has requested it. Isign thatlhave released it and the
individual receiving it signs that(s)he has received it. Each timelrelinquish or assume custody
of evidence,Icheck the description to make sure the evidence being transferred matches the
forms used to transfer it.
5. In my capacity as evidence custodianlhave worked with SA^irk Ellis, SAAntonio
Edwards, and Ms.TamaraMairena. When Ms.Mairena came on board as the primary evidence
custodian,Itrainedher. She works as the primary andlas the altemate evidence custodian. It is
normal for her to sign evidence out ofthe evidence room and for me to sign it back in(or vice
versa).
6. lam involved in the present case because ofmyrole in assisting the investigation team with
the secure storage ofthe evidence they collect. lhave received evidence from both SA Edwards
andSAEllis
7. On 15 June 2010,Ireceived evidence related to this investigation from SA Edwards. Itook
custody ofaLenovo Laptop computerwithaFti^itsu computer hard drive(serial number:
1^404T812MF4D), collectedfromMr.AdrianLamo while in Sacramento, CA on 12June 2010,
recorded as Item1onaDAForm4137 marked as document number (DN) 7610, and knov^ as:
"Lamo Ubuntu Harddrive". lalso took custody of an HP Mini Brand computer(computer serial
number: CNU90513VT)withaSeagate computer hard drive (hard drive serial number:
5RE2C1(^!^), collected from Mr. Adrian Lamo in Carmichael, CA on 12 June 2010, recorded as
ItemlonaDAForm4137 marked as DN 77-10, and known as "Lamo HP Harddrive". Upon
taking possession ofthis evidencellogged it in to the evidence room using the proper
proceduresljust described. Inever logged it back out.
8. On 15 June 2010,Ialso received evidence related to this investigation from SA Ellis. Itook
custody ofaDVD(Marked"0028 I0cid22II0117DeptofStateServerLogs, 199 56 188.73"),
seized from the Department ofState on 15 June 2010, recorded as ItemlonaDAForm4137
marked as DN 78 10, and knov^ as ^^DoS Server Logs". Upon taking possession ofthis
evidence,Ilogged it into the evidence room using the properproceduresldescribed earlier. I
never logged it back out.
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ASHDENFEIN THOMASFHURLEY BRA
MAJ,JA MAJ,JA PFC, USA
Trial Counsel Defense Counsel Accused
UNITED STATESOF AMERICA
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STIPULATION OF
EXPECTEDTESTIMONY
Ms. Tan^ara Mairena
DATED: ^ June2013
It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, andTrial Counsel, that i fMs.
Tamara Mairena were present to testify during the merits and pre-sentencing phases ofthis court
martial, he would testify substantially as follows:
1. lam the primary evidence custodian at the Computer Crimes Investigative Unit(CCIU) of the
U.S.Army Criminal Investigation Command(CID)in^uantico,Virginia. lhave held this
position since 2006. In this position,Itrack and catalog evidence maintained by our CCIU
office.
2. lhave beenaCertified Evidence Custodian since January of2006. Ireceived this
certification from theU.S.Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory. Since January 2010,Ihav^e
also beenaDepartmentofDefense(DOD)CyberInvestigationsTrainingAcademy certified
digital media collector.
3. Ifollow several general procedures when handling evidence as evidence custodian. The first
timelreceiveapiece of evidence,Icheck the accompanyingDAForm4137 evidence custody
document to make sure the evidence matches the description and that the marked-for-
identification number on the evidence matches what is recorded on the form. lalso check to
make sure the form has been appropriately filled out. Whenlsign the evidence into the evidence
room,Isign in the "received" column. Ithen log it in the evidence book and the database before
placing it in the evidence room. When someone asks to receiveastored piece of evidence,Ipull
the voucher number and locate the evidence in its appropriate location. Icheck to make sure the
evidencelam handing over matches the description on the form and thenlrelease it to the
Special Agent or Forensic Examiner who has requested it. Isign thatlhave released it and the
individual receiving it signs that(s)he has received it. Each timelrelinquish or assume custody
of evidence,Icheck the description to make sure the evidence being transferred matches the
forms used to transfer it.
4. Ifirst became involved in the present case because ofmyrole in assisting the investigation
team with the secure storage ofevidence they collect. Isigned several pieces of evidence from
the investigating agents and forensic examiners into the evidence room and would release
evidence back to them when they needed it fortheir investigation or examinations. In my role as
evidence custodian,Ihave worked with and received evidence from Special Agent ^i rk Ellis,
Special Agent Antonio Edwards, Special Agent David Shaver, Special Agent Calder Robertson,
Special Agent JohnWilbur, and Special Agent Mark Mander. lalso know Mr. GaronYoung.
He used to be the primary evidence custodian and trained me whenlbegan working for Army
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CCIU. Mr.Young currently serves as the altemate evidence custodian. As such, it is normal for
him to sign something out ofthe evidence room and for me to sign it back in(or vice versa).
5. OnI8June2010,IsignedaLenovo laptop computer with Fujitsu computer hard drive(serial
number: ^404T812MF4D), collected from Mr.Adrian Lamo in Sacramento, Califomia on 12
June 2010, recorded as ItemlonaDAForm4137 marked as document number (DN) 7610,
and knov^ as "Lamo Ubuntu Harddrive" out ofthe evidence room to SA Dave Shaver for
forensic examination. lalso signed out an HP Mini Brand computer(computer serial number:
CNU905I3VT)withSeagateharddrive(serialnumber:5RE2CI(^I^),collectedfromMr
Adrian Lamo in Carmichael, California on 12 June 2010, recorded as ItemlonaDAForm
4137,marked as DN 77-10, and known as "Lamo HP Harddrive" to SA Shaver forthe same
reason. He retumed these items later that same day. Ireceived and released this evidence
according to the proper proceduresljust described. Idid not alter this evidence in any way.
6. On18October2010,Ireceived evidence related to this investigation from SAWilbur,
recorded as ItemlonaDAForm4137 marked as DN 151-10. Itook custody ofaCD(marked
"WikileaksDoS Firewall Logsl30ctlO") collected from the Department ofState on 15
October 2010, and known as "DoS Firewall Logs". Upon receiving this evidence,Iproperly
logged it into the evidence room using the same procedures described earlier. OnlNovember
2010,Iproperly released it to SA Shaver for examination. He retumed it later that same day. I
received and released this evidence according to the properproceduresldescribed earlier. Idid
not alter this evidence in any way.
7. On3November2010,Ireceived nineteen pieces of evidence from SA Mander, collected
from the home ofMs.DebraVanAlystne in Potomac, Maryland on2November 2010, recorded
asltemsl 19onaDAForm4137 marked as DN 162 10. Item2onthisDAForm4137wasan
SDmemory card(seriaInumber:BE0915514353G), known as "SDCard"On10December
2010,Iproper1y released the "SD Card" to SA Shaver for examination. He retumed it laterthat
same day. Iproperly received the evidence back in to the evidence room according to the proper
proceduresldescribed earlier. Idid not alter this evidence in any way.
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CPT, JA MAJ, JA PFC, USA
Assistant Trial Counsel Defense Counsel Accused
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Somewhat sorted entries of the most-wanted list. Work in progress, TODO: Add brief, entity and date for each entry.
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1 Austria
2 Australia
3 Bahrain
4 Belgium
5 China
6 Colombia
7 Finland
8 France
9 Germany
10 Greece
11 Guatemala
12 Italy
13 Kenya
14 Libya
15 Madagascar
16 Mali
17 Mexico
18 Niger
19 Norway
20 Poland
21 Puerto Rico
22 Rwanda
23 Russia
24 Slovenia
25 Sudan
26 Syria
27 Switzerland
28 Swaziland
29 Trinidad and Tobago
30 Uganda
31 United Kingdom
32 United Nations
33 United States
34 Vatican
35 International organizations
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• Austrian e-Voting system used in students elections.
" Date: 18 May 2009
" Brief: We seek for details about Austrian voting system used in students elections, which includes but is not limited to source code and
certifications.
" Entity: Scytl (programming)
" Entity: Austrian Federal Computation Center (hosting)
° Entity: Ministry of Science (initiator)
" Entity: Robert Krimmer (consulting)
• E-Mail traffic between Josef Proll and Christian Konrad.
•> Date: ???
° Brief: E-Mail traffic between minister of finance Josef Proll and Christian Konrad, who is advocate general of Raiffeisen bank.
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" Entity: Josef Proll (josefproell(g^Blgv.at)
" Entity: Christian Konrad
• E-Mail traffic of Anton Mahdalik with Michael Haupl and/or Michael Ludwig
- Date:???
" Brief: E-Mail traffic of FPO delegate Anton Mahdalik with Viennese mayor Michael Haupl and/or deputy mayor Michael Ludwig
containing threats when renting municipal ground to the Viennese traitor park ("Wagenplatz Wien").
' Entity: Anton Mahdalik (toni.mahdalik@^oe.at)
" Entity: Michael Haupl (michael.haeupl@wien.gv.at)
Australia
• ACMA URL blacklist
" Date: 19 March 2009 and later
" Brief: Versions of the ACMA URL blacklist newer than 19 March 2009. WikiLeaks previously released three versions of the list, two of
which included WikiLeaks or its subpages.
" Entity: Australian Communications and Media Authority
• Censorship technology in Australia
' Date: 2009
° Entity: Australian Communications and Media Authority
" Entity: Enex Testlabs
" Entity: Watchdog NZ
" Entity: [www.iwf.org.uk Internet Watch Foundation]
" Entity: Exetel ISP
" Brief: Full details of filtering hardware/software vendors participating in government-sponsored ISP-level censorship technology trials,
including (but not limited to):
• Any and all communications between filter vendors and govemment departments prior to, during, and after the trials
• Any and all transactions, contracts, and other financial arrangements involving filter vendors
° Details:
• URL blacklist(s) used during above trials. Alleged (by govemment) to be ACMA URL blacklist.
• Full statistical breakdown of results of above trials (in the event that Enex Testlabs do not make them publicly available).
• URL blacklist as used by Watchdog NZ during private censorship technology trial by ISP Exetel in May 2009. Alleged (by
Watchdog) to have been IWF list (see United Kingdom).
• Full statistical breakdown of results of Watchdog/Exetel's censorship technology trial - Exetel's official response seems lacking.
• Annual NSW Police test
" Brief: Written exam NSW police officers must take annually before they can be issued with Tasers.
" Entity: NSW Police
Bahrain
• Documents regarding changes to country's demography.
" Brief: Documents disclosing the number of citizenships that have been granted in the last few years, in an effort to change the country's
demography. See Political naturalisation! 11.
Belgium
• Document regarding quality audits of Belgian hospitals
° Brief: Documents disclosing the fatality rates of specific procedures and illnesses per hospital. Indicating statistically significant
differences in survival chances between hospitals.
China
• Golden Shield Project
" Brief: A list of URLs and keywords censored filtered by the Golden Shield Project (Great Firewall of China). WikiLeaks has previously
released related information, for example, watch lists, policies and several thousand URLs for CCTV and Baidu, but not for general http
filtering.
" Entity: Ministry of public security
• Genocide Olympics campaign
» Date: 28th March 2007
" Brief: Policy options on Darfur formulated in response to the so-called Genocide Olympics campaign led by American actress, Mia
Farrow, and notes of meetings in 2007 between Stephen Spielberg and Chinese Foreign Ministry officials prior to Spielberg's
resignation as Artistic Director of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
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Colombia
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Surveillance of citizens and organisations
° Brief: The DAS (Departamento Administrativo de Seguridad) is reported to have surveilled a wide array of public officials, private
citizens, and organizations. Documents wanted: contracts to supply software for internet surveillance to Colombian policy agencies and
details of the software supplied.
o Entity: DAS
Finland
Tiitisen Lista
° Brief: The so called Tiitisen Lista, the list of 18 persons claimed to have been in active contact with East German security services
(Stasi). The list was received from the West German intelligence services (BND) in 1990 and since classified by the order of President
Koivisto as adviced by the head of the Finnish Security Police (Suojelupoliisi), Seppo Tiitinen. It is rumoured that several current or
former top Finnish politicians appear on the list.
° Entity: Stasi
" Entity: Koivisto
Entity: Suojelupoliisi
France
Nicholas Sarkozy' health report
° Brief: The Monthly Health Report of President Nicolas Sarkozy, as promised by himself during the last presidential elections.
Germany
Censorship in Germany
o Details:
• The censorship filter list for the proposed national, mandatory censorship system. The list will be compiled by German federal
criminal police BKA and distributed to intemet service providers.
• The contents of the contract between the BKA and some ISPs that has already been signed, but is kept secret due to "public
safety" and copyright concerns (see http://blog.fefe.de/?ts=b4fa8af8).
• The List of Media Harmful to Young People (the censorship system already in place). The "virtual media" part of this list is
distributed to search engine providers and is illegal to publish. It probably could be reverse engineered using the differences
between google.com and google.de search results. Also, i f you want to know i f a specific medium is on the list, you can send an
enquiry to listefS.bundespruefstelle.de ("Bundesprufstelle" is the agency responsible for keeping the list).
» Entity: Bundesprufstelle
» Entity: BKA
Politician's Stasi files
The Stasi files of Federal Chancellor Angela Dorothea Merkel (maiden name Kasner) and other leading politicians, which are known to exist,
but withheld from public
Operation Gladio
o Brief: The Stasi files relating to operation Gladio / stay behind organisations in relation to right-wing terrorism in Germany, as per a
parliamentary request by the Green party.
Atlas Der Wut
o Brief: The so called "Atlas der Wut", a document about the risk of riots in different german regions. The list is said to be updated
regulary and was first written in 2005.
The list of NPD party members
Greece
The Athens Affair
• Brief: Documents related to the Athens phone tapping affair that have yet to be released (including those from countries other than Greece)
Context
Guatemala
• Plan Victoria 82, Plan Sofia and Plan Fermeza 83
» Brief: All documents on Plan Victoria 82, Plan Sofia and Plan Firmeza 83.
" Detail:
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Within the process of trying to b^^^i l i t ar y personal involved in human rights vi ol ai ^^^nd massacres that happen during the civil
war in Guatemala to justice, the rmUtary have been required to declassify many war documents. In a case, that went all the way to the
Supreme Court of Guatemala, the Court dictated a sentence that confirmed the obligation of the Ministry of Defense of Guatemala to
hand over the official documentation of four specific military operations: Campana Sofia 82, Victoria 82, Firmeza 83 and Operacion
Ixil. The Supreme Court sentence indicated that the archives had to be declassified.
These military operations were carried out in the 80s. According to the CEH, Historical Clarification Commission of Guatemala final
report contained in "Guatemala: Memory of Silence", these military operations resulted in massacres and severe human rights
violations.
The Minister of Defense Abraham Valenzuela only delivered partial information about plans Victoria 82 and Firmeza 83, two of the
four requested plans. He indicated that he had no knowledge of the other two plans before he became Minister of Defense and that he
ignores where the documentation could be. He stated that he could not deliver the complete plans "Victoria 82" y "Firmeza 83" because
certain information was considered state secret and a concern of national security.
"Plan Sofia", a derivative of "Plan Victoria 82", was of special concern to human rights activists; this plan was conceived in July 1982,
four months after General Efrain Rios Montt came into power.
• The CEH archives
° Brief: Final report of United Nations' Historical Clarification Commission (CEH) into the killing of 200,000 Mayan people and the
involvement ofthe US govemment and American corporations. The report official sources (military interviews, campaign plans, etc) are
kept secret by the UN in NYC.
° Detail:
The United Nations' Historical Clarification Commission (CEH) for Guatemala issued a report where the US govemment and several
American corporations were accused of complicity in the genocide of nearly 200,000 Mayan people during Guatemala?s bloody 36-year
civil war. The final 3,600-page CEH report cleariy places the blame for most of the 200,000 deaths on the "racist" policy of the
Guatemalan govemment and holds the country?s military and paramilitary forces responsible for the actual killings, tortures and
disappearances.
However, it accuses the US of directly and indirectly supporting a "fratricidal confrontation" by providing sustained training, arms and
financial aidThe report is based on the testimony of 9,200 people from all sides of the conflict and other documents*, classified and
Secret, protected in the UN headquarters in NYC. The CEH investigated 42,000 human rights violations, 29,000 of which resulted in
deaths or disappearances and therefore, the documents under UN custody are fundamental for the prosecution of those responsible of the
crimes.
• Goldcorp affair
" Brief: * Documents on Canadian corporation named Goldcorp with a mining operation in Guatemala, especially information on where
the Gold they extract is processed and who is buying the gold (we think it might be a Swiss company).
° Detail: A Canadian corporation named Goldcorp has a mining operation in Guatemala with poor environmental conditions and harming
health of many workers and a community as a whole. Where the Gold they extract is processed? Who is buying the gold (we think it
might be a Swiss company)?
Italy
• Italian censorship list
- Brief: The f ul l Italian censorship, of which Wikileaks currently only has a subset.
Kenya
• Reports on high level corruption in Kibaki government
" Brief: The international investigative firm Kroll associates produced at least four reports on high level Kenyan corruption after first term
of the Kibaki govemment. A draft version of one of the reports The looting of Kenya, was previously published by WikiLeaks. The
reports were given to selected members of President Kibaki's cabinet at the time and are likely still held by http://www.kroll.com.uk/.
notably lead investigator Andrew Marshall.
" Entity: President Kibaki
" Entity: Kroll
Libya
• Arrangements with the Sudanese government
» Brief: Documents indicating arrangements with the Sudanese govemment to grant land in Darftir to Arab settlers from Libya (Civilians
and adminisrators on the gruond in Darfur indicate this has been taking place).
Madagascar
Both sides ofthe political conflict in Madagascar are crying fouls about the deals made by their counterparts with foreign entities. The release of the
official documents with respect to confract negotiations about:
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j ^ P Oil exploitation in the region of Bemon^y( South of Madagascar) by Total & others
° Detail: Oil and Gas in Madagascar - Industry Overview, infos on Total licensing
an obvious one but the proposed final contract before rejection of the land deal with Daewoo Logistics.
The recent agreement with Saudi investment group on staple products and proposed $2 billion USD investment.
The revised mining exploitation agreement with Sheritt in Ambatovy and Rio Tinto in Fort-Dauphin.
Least but not last, the complete list of current political prisoners and the charges against them.
Mali
• Arrangements with the Sudanese government
° Brief: Documents indicating arrangements with the Sudanese govemment to grant land in Darfur to Arab settlers from Mali (Civilians
and adminisrators on the gruond in Darfur indicate this has been taking place).
Mexico
• Agreements between USA and Peter Herlihy
° Brief: Zapotec indigenous people demand transparency from U.S. Scholar and frill disclosure of all the agreements between U.S.
Govemment and their agencies and U.S. geography scholar Peter Herlihy, especially confidential agreements with Foreign Military
Studies Office. Prof Herlihy failed to mention that he received fiinding from the Foreign Military Studies Office of the U.S. Armed
Forces on the research of "Mexico Indigena" project. Mexico Indigena Project forms part of the Bowman Expeditions, a more extensive
geographic research project backed and financed by the FMSO, among other institutions. The FMSO inputs information into a global
database that forms an integral part of the Human Terrain System (HTS), a United States Army counterinsurgency sfrategy designed by
Foreign Military Studies Office and applied within indigenous communities, among others.
" Entity: FMSO
" Entity: Peter Herlihy
• Ruta Maya 2002 Isuzu Challenge
° Brief Documents to unveil the real purpose of "Ruta Maya 2002 Isuzu Challenge". The convoy was commanded by Ben Nun Avihu,
Israeli militar and Moshe Savir, geography expert and around 50 tourists in 40 Isuzu Jeep. Some communities linked the incursion with
biopiracy. The terrain they explored is controled by the EZLN.
" Entity: Ben Nun Avihu
« Entity: Moshe Savir
» Entity: EZLN
• Corruption around FOBAPROA
" Brief Documents related with the fraud and cormption around FOBAPROA (Fondo Bancario de Proteccion al Ahorro).
- Entity: FOBAPROA 12
• Financial operations before crisis
" Documents of financial operations just before the financial crisis of 1994 (some say the govemment knew before that the crisis was
coming and took advantage of the information protecting their interests).
• World Bank credit
" Brief Documents related with the World Bank credit and application of the budget to combat swine flu.
' Entity: World Bank
• Renault program
° Brief Documents related with the technology currently used in cellphones in Mexico to implement the RENAUT program Information
about the security technology used to protect data collected from users.
• Plan Merida
" Brief Documents related to the transparency of Plan Merida
Niger
• Arrangements with the Sudanese government
" Brief Documents indicating arrangements with the Sudanese government to grant land in Darfiir to Arab settlers from Niger (Civilians
and adminisrators on the gmond in Darfur indicate this has been taking place).
Norway
• Court case between Lyse Tele and Simonsen
» Brief The secret verdict in the court case between the ISP Lyse Tele and the law firm Simonsen, decided the 5th of May 2009, where
Simonsen demanded Lyse Tele disclose the identity information of a file sharer suspected of uploading a copy of the movie Max Manus
to the file-sharing community.
° Entity: Lyse Tele
° Entity: Simonsen.
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• IPN Files
o Brief: IPN (Instytut Pami^ci Narodowej) is an organisation created for investigation and gathering of informations regarding crimes
against polish citizens in the timeline of 22 july 1944 to 31 december 1989. Gathered documents are often related to politicans, high-
ranked military, priests et cetera, but for some reason are not available for anyone; they are instead used as political weapon against
one's enemies, revealing working as an agent for SB (Stuzba Bezpieczenstwa) in the above timeline. For two main reasons ALL data
should be available FOR ANYONE. First, it would no longer be used as political weapon; second, all people would know about past of
all public people. Transparency is the key for healthy govemment.
» Entity: IPN
0 Entity: SB
Puerto Rico
• FBI surveillance of Puerto Rico citizens
° Brief The FBI has not yet finished declassifying all the secret files related to surveillance of Puerto Rican individuals and organizations
from the 1930-70's http://www.pr-secretfiles.net/index.htnil (not to mention, large sections of the files are blacked out by the FBI). In
addition, there are thousands of secret files produced by Puerto Rican police that were only briefly made available to individuals
themselves, and have now been closed off to the public. These documents provide evidence of quite a significant spying and
intimidation operation by the United States and local police against leftists and independence movement leaders.
" Entity: FBI
Rwanda
• Financial aid for Laurant Nkunda
" Brief Documentation of financial assistance given by the Rwandan government to General Laurant Nkunda for operations in the DRC.
° Entity: Laurent Nkunda
Russia
• VRVAN crisis documentation
° Brief Documents related to the VRYAN crisis, especially political documents, analyses of intelligence, and specific steps taken.
Information on the mindset of the Politburo, as well as intelligence services, and what exactly they feared, and how credible they
believed their fear to be.
• Maps for Kremlin and military hideouts
" Brief Maps, floor plans, and blueprints of Mount Yamantaw and Kosvinsky Mountain.
• Technology analysis
° Brief Technical plans, manuals, and blueprints for the SS-27 Sickle B (Topol-M), along with the Bulava.
" Brief: Documents relating to nuclear warplans of the Soviet Union and Russia.
» Brief: Documents relating to orbital weapons systems, and whether the Soviets ever deployed them (or still deploy them) such as orbital
HANE devices.
« Brief: A list and description ofthe various agents prepared by the various Soviet and Russian bioweapons programs. Indications of
whether they developed recombinant DNA based agents, and what those are specifically. Weaponization of agents, including re-entry
vehicle mounting. Doctrine for use, including deniable use. Vaccines and treatments for affected personnel.
Slovenia
• Taped conversations between Slovenian opposition leader and Croatian PM
" Brief Taped conversations between Slovenian opposition leader Janez Jansa and Croatian prime minister Ivo Sanader, recorded by
Slovenian intelligence service SOVA.
" Date: Summer 2004
" Entity: Janez Jansa
° Entity: Ivo Sanader
" Entity: SOVA
Sudan
• Salah Gosh and the CIA
» Date: 2005
° Documents detailing discussions during 2005 meeting between Salah Gosh and the CIA (for which the CIA flew Gosh on private jet
from Khartoum to CIA HQ). See: http://www.sudantribune.com/article.php3?id article^ 10205
• Mali case
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^ Brief Documents indicating arra^^ients with the Sudanese govemment to grant lan^^Jarfrir to Arab settlers from Mali(Civilians
and adminisrators on the gruond in Darfur indicate this has been taking place).
^ Libya case
^ Brief Documents indicating arrangements with the Sudanese govemment to grant land in Darfur to Arab settlers from Libya(Civilians
and adminisrators on the gruond in Darftjr indicate this has been taking place).
^ Niger case
^ Brief Documents indicating arrangements with the Sudanese govemment to grant land in Darfur to Arab settlers from Niger(Civilians
and adminisrators on the gruond in Darftir indicate this has been taking place).
Syria
^ AssasinationofMehdiBenBarka
^ Brief Al l the documents related to the assasination, in 1965,ofMehdi Ben Barka still held in France, USA, Israel and Morocco. In
1976, thanks to the Freedom ofinformation Act, the US govemement recognized that the CIA had aboutl800 classified documents
about his assassination.Theses documents are still classified.
Switzerland
^ Gomu Report
^Br i ef The frill ComuReportSeehttp://enwikipediaor^/wiki/Projekt26*The^Comu^Report
Swaziland
^ Expense accounts ofKi ng Mswati, the ^ueen Mother and the King's wives.
^ Memos from Ministry ofDefense or Police
^ Brief Intelligence memos from the Ministry ofDefence or Police about the prodemocracy organization, PUDEMO.
^ Entity: Pudemo
^ Entity: Ministry ofDefense
Trinidad andTobago
^Commission ofEnquiry reports
^ Brief The Report on the Commission ofEnquiry into the construction of the new PiarcoAirport.This identified corrupt practices in the
spending of public funds.The Commission's report was delivered in August 2003.Nearly6years later, its findings have not been made
public.
^ Brief Report of the findings ofthe current Ci^^^^,^,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^!^^^^^^^^^
^ Entity: Commission Enquiry
^ Entity: Piarco airport
^ Caroni Bridge collapse
^ Brief The Report on the Caroni Bridge Collapse.Aman was killed whenabridgecollapsedafew years ago; again the public has not
been made aware ofthe report's findings.
^ Date^^n^August^^^S
^ Waterfront Development Project
^ Brief Acopy of the contract for the billiondollar Waterfront Development Project.
^Entity: ?udecott?
^Scholarshipssponsored by Ministry ofCulture
^ Brief: List of recipients and amounts of scholarships sponsored by Ministry of Culture for study abroad.
^ Entity: Ministry ofCulturc
^ Detail:
As far asTrinidad andTobago goes, our government tends to pay lip service to the principles of transparency and accountability.For
instance, there isaFreedom ofinformation Act which, by law,allows the public to seek information from govemment departments.But
quite ofren,when such attempts are made by the citizenry,the govemment bars full disclosure.Depending on how importantapiece of
information is to Joe Public, he may actually have to tum to the courts to "force" the govemment to reveal facts that should be disclosed
voluntarily.Followingareafew examples of documents that should be made public, but have not been:
^ The Report on the Commission ofEnquiry into the construction ofthe new Piarco Airport This identified corrupt practices in the spending of
public ftjnds The Cormnission's report was delivered in August 2003.Nearly6years later, its findings have not been made public.
^ The Report on the Caroni Bridge Collapse.Aman was killed whenabridgecollapsedafew years ago; again the public has not been made
aware ofthe report's findings.
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The Opposition recently brought up i n^^^ment the issue of taxpayers' money being used attomeys by state. Although the public has
a right to know how much of its funds were used in paying said attomeys, the Attomey General refiised to disclose the sums, saying it would
be an invasion of the lawyers' privacy.
The same goes for a recent request in Parliament, whereby *the Minister of Planning and Development was asked to produce a copy ofthe
contract for the billion-dollar Waterfront Development Project*. The Minister's response was that she could not produce said confract for
public discussion because there was a confidentiality clause contained therein (for a project being built with public funds).
The Ministry of Culture recently awarded scholarships for students to study abroad - when asked in Parliament to disclose the list of recipients
and the dollar value of the scholarships, the response was that this was private information.
Uganda
• Ugandan profit-sharing agreements with oil companies in south-western Uganda
° Brief: The govemment of Uganda has recently signed a number of profit-sharing agreements with several oil companies that are
conducting explorations in southwestem Uganda. Releasing these documents would be a major step in increased fransparency with
respect to the country's emerging oil industry.
United Kingdom
• Censorship in UK
" Brief: List of current and expired D-Notices
° Entity: dnotice
" Brief secret gag orders, injunctions and legal threats sent to UK newspapers
° Entity: legal contact addresses at the Guardian, Daily Mail, Times, Independent, Evening Standard, etc.
" Brief Censorship list for the United Kingdom's "voluntary" filter system. Known to be held by The Intemet Watch Foundation.
Companies and their subsidiaries which are currently being supplied with the IWF list. Most ISP's in the UK have a copy of the IP's on
the list.
' Entity: The Intemet Watch Foundation
• Iraq war planning
° Brief The secret cabinet minutes and legal advice pertaining to the allegedly illegal war and ongoing occupation of Iraq.
• Roger Mollis surveillance
° Brief UK Govemment documentation into the investigation of Roger Hollis, head of MI5 between 1956 and 1965, including the report
by Lord Trend, into the serious but apparently unproven allegations of being a Russian Spy.
° Entity: M15
• Wythenshawe intelligence centre
° Brief Documents detailing the information stored and collected by the Wythenshawe intelligence cenfre. [2]
• Police surveillance on climate change protestors
° Brief A copy of the police intelligence handed to E ON about climate change protestors. £3]
» Entity: E ON
• MP expenses
" Brief The full MP expenses data; how much the Telegraph paid for them.
" Entity: Daily Telegraph
° Entity: UK Parliament
• Allan Cappelow murder
° Brief: Documents revealing why the trial of Wang Yam, who was convicted of killing Allan Chappelow, was held in camera, the first
UK murder trial ever heard behind closed doors without access by press or publicMl
• Nationalisation of Northern Rock and Bradford & Bringley
" Brief: The proper reasons for nationalisation of Northern Rock and Bradford & Bingley, and the subsequent sale of the latter's savings
buisiness to Santander.
" Brief Records of events during the twelve months leading up to the nationalisation of Bradford & Bingley.
° Brief: Information regarding the valuation process to determine compensation for fromer shareholders of Northem Rock and Bradford
& Bingley, that is, the information the independent valuer uses to determine the final value of the comapanies.
» Entity: B&B
° Entity: Northem Rock
• HBOS takeover
" Brief Copies of govemment minutes of meetings between Gordon Brown and/or Alistair Darling and representatives of Lloyds Bank
relating to the proposed takeover of HBOS.
• Investigation into Daveport Lyons
° Brief Documents from Solicitors Regulation Authority's investigation into Davenport Lyons threatening letters related to filesharing.
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United Nations
^ Security Council and Darfur
^ Brief Requests to the Security Council in 2003 that the Security Council look at what was happening in Darfur, and any notes of
discussions leading to the decision not to look at the situation.
^Date:2003
^ Entity: UN Security Council
United States
Important bulk databases
^ Intellipedia
^ Brief Classified intelligence community site as ofll/1/2008, including article history.
^ opensource.gov
^ Brief: The complete CIA Open Source Center analytical database.The database is extensive, unclassified, nonpublic,but relatively
accessible to certain outsiders afterjumping through hoops. Despite its name, you need to be govemment official to gain access to i f
^ Entity: opensource.gov
^ Pacer database
^ Brief The completePACERdatabase.ThePACER database contains extensive US federal court records.They are public documents,
currently behindapaywalL See http://arstechnica.com/techpolicy/news/2009/04/caseagainst-pacer.ars
^Entity: PACER
Federal politics
^ The missing five millionWhite House emails possibly no longer in existence.
^ Chenney and Rumsfeld Archives
^ The White House visitor's list
^ Minutes or notes for VP Cheney's Energy Conference.
^ Thel l 41 pages ofACTAbackground documents not released to the EFF by the USTradeRepresentatiye(see[51)
^ Alist of all Whitehouse and senior federal govemment employees holding dual citizenship and the countries they represent.
Military and Intelligence
^TheSIOP
^OPLAN/CONPLAN 8022,2003 revision
^OPLAN/CONPLAN 8044, 2007 revision ^
^ CIA detainee interrogation videos.While the CIA claims to have destroyed 92 of the videos, others are known to remain.
^ The US "Black Budget",from inception to present, with line items, hopefully annotated and explained.
^ Detainee abuse photos withheld by the Obama administration.
^WiretappingprogramledbyNSA
^ Brief Correspondence between the National Security Agency and American telecom companies such asAT^T,Verizon, and Qwest,
regarding the warrantless wiretapping program.Correspondence involving telecoms who cooperated with the NSA(e.g.AT^T) may
give different information than telecoms who refused(e.g. Qwest),but both types would better shed light on the NSA'sprogram.The
existenceofthis correspondence is well documented in the media, for example that Qwest's lawyers refused to cooperate because the
FlSAC:ourt had not signed off on it.
^Entity: NSA
^ Entity: Owest
^Ent i t y: AT^T
^ Entity: Verizon
^ Unredacted copy ofDept of Justice's Office ofInspectorGeneral's"AReview of the FBI'sActions Connection With Allegations Raised By
Confract Linguist Sibel Edmonds" July l,2004^redacted version here http://wwwwbez.org/FILES/sibel.pdf^
^ Camp Delta(Guantanamo)Standard Operating Procedure 2005 2009.
^IraqUSArmyRulesofEngagement2007 2009(SECRET)
^ Unredacted Inquiry into theTreatmentofDetainees in USCustody.20Nov2008.
^ Memorandum between the CIA and the Departtnent ofState detailing any constraints on Darfr^policy caused by actual or anticipated
Sudanese govemment cooperation on counter terrorism, including CIA request to USUN that Salah Gosh be removed from the UN Panel of
Experts list ofthose recommended for sanction. See: http://www.sudantribune.com/article.php3?id article^l0205
^ Department ofState and CIA confributions to the Obama Adminisfration's 2009 Sudan Policy Review,in particular with respect to: a)
Whether to support the ICC arrest warrant against Sudanese President Bashir; b)whether to takeaconfrontational or an appeasement approach
to the Sudanese govemment on the issue ofDarfrir.
^ Camp Delta(Guantanamo)Standard Operating Procedure 2005 2009.
^ Camp Delta(Guantanamo)Interrogation Standard Operating Procedure 2003 2009.
^ Correspondence between the National Security Agency and American telecom companies such asAT^T,Verizon, and Qwest, regarding the
warrantless wiretapping program.Correspondence involving telecoms who cooperated with the NSA(e.g.AT^T) may give different
information than telecoms who refused(e.g. Qwest), but both types would better shed light on the NSA's program. The existence ofthis
correspondence is well documented in the media, for example that Qwest's lawyers refijsed to cooperate because the EISA Court had not
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• Iraq and Aflianistan US Army Rules ol^gkgement 2007-2009 (SECRET).
• • CIA/DIA/NGA/NSA analyses of the VRYAN crisis of 1983.
• Technical specifications of the KH-11 and follow-on satellites with similar capabilities.
• The contents of the Football, and how they changed over the years during the different Administrations.
• What Pollard stole and gave to the Mossad, the ftill text.
• US psychological profiles and political analyses of Soviet leaders.
• Documents relating to orbital weapons systems, and whether the US ever deployed them (or sfill deploy them) such as orbital HANE devices.
• Information about the PAN satellite and the agency responsible for it http://spaceflightnow.com/news/n0905/26milspace/
• Commander Directed Report of Investigation Conceming an Unauthorized Transfer of Nuclear Warheads Between Minot AFB, North Dakota
and Barksdale AFB, Louisiana - 30 August 2007 (S//FRD//MR)
• Investigation into the Shipment of Sensitive Missile Components to Taiwan (ADM Donald Report) - 22 May 2008 (S//FRD//NOFORN)
• Air Force Comprehensive Assessment of Nuclear Sustainment (CANS) - July 2008 (S//FRD//NOFORN)
• General Order Number One issued by commanders in Iraq and Afghanistan
• Reports about Colombian 'falsos positives'
• Unredacted copy of Dept of Justice's Office of Inspector General's "A Review of the FBI's Actions Connection With Allegations Raised By
Confract Linguist Sibel Edmonds" July 1, 2004 (redacted version here http://www.wbez.org/FILES/sibel.pdf)
" Al l secret annexes for, attachments to, unredacted versions of and documents implicitly or explicitly referenced in the following
documents, which may be partially available in unclassified form:
• National Security Presidential Directive 51, "National Continuity Policy", May 9, 2007, also known as Homeland Security
Presidential Directive 20
• Federal Preparedness Circular 65, "Federal Executive Branch Continuity of Operations (COOP)", July 26, 1999
• Federal Response Plan [FEMA 9230.1-PL], April 1999
• Presidential Decision Directive 67, "Enduring Constitutional Govemment and Continuity of Govemment Operations", October
21, 1998
• Presidential Decision Directive 63, "Critical Infrastmcture Protection (CIP)", May 22, 1998
• Presidential Decision Directive 62, "Protection Against Unconventional Threats to the Homeland and Americans Overseas", May
22, 1998
• FPC 65 Federal Response Planning Guidance 01-94, "Continuity of Operations (COOP)", December 4, 1994
• FDD 67 National Security Directive 69, "Enduring Constitutional Govemment", June 2, 1992
• FPC 65 Federal Preparedness Circular 61, "Emergency Succession to Key Positions of the Federal Departments and Agencies",
August 2, 1991
• Federal Preparedness Circular 62, "Delegation of Authorities for Emergency Situations", August I , 1991
• Federal Preparedness Circular 60, "Continuity of the Executive Branch of the Federal Govemment at the Headquarters Level
During National Security Emergencies", November 20,1990
• National Security Directive 37, "Enduring Constitutional Govemment", April 18, 1990
• Executtve Order 12656, "Assignment of Emergency Preparedness Responsibilities", November 18, 1988
• Executive Order 12472, "Assignment of National Security and Emergency Preparedness Telecommunications Functions", April 3,
1984
• NSD 69 NSDD 55, "Enduring National Leadership" September 14, 1982
• Executive Order 12148, "Federal Emergency Management", July 20, 1979
" A list of the actual facilities in the Federal Relocation Arc, as of the present time, along with their locations.
• Blueprints, maps, and floor plans of MWEOC.
• Blueprints, maps, and floor plans of Site R (Raven Rock).
• Blueprints and floor plans of all unmentioned facilities in the Federal Relocation Arc, including historical ones.
Banking
• The complete list of identities of the 52,000 wealthy American clients suspected of hiding $15 billion at UBS to avoid taxes, including the
names of any elected or appointed govemment or former govemment officials.
• The complete details of Goldman, Sachs & Co.'s counterparty exposure to AIG prior to the Federal bailout of AIG in September, 2008.
Environment
• Monsanto's intemal evaluations of GMO products including safety and pollen drift.
Media
• The Editorial Guidelines for Fox News
• Emails relating to suppressed GQ Magazine article on Putin's rise by Scott Anderson mentioned at [61
Religion
• Mormons Church records
" With recent leak of 1999/2006 Church Handbook of Instructions, pertinent documents and covertly photographed artifacts in the vault at
Church Office building or subsidy in Salt Lake City, Utah which expose and negate Mormon Church's claim of divinity and its
monopoly on "truth." I.e. the concealed remnants of diaries and letters written by former early Mormon apostle William McLellin JT].
McLellin diary and documents was the main point of interest for convicted double murderer/bomber Mark Hofmann's planned forgery
attempt to deceive Mormon leaders to obtain in fraud by deception monetary reward to suppress truth of early Mormon history
unfavorable to current Mormon religion. For more info, 18].
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^ Documents ofMormonChurch' ^^^ndollar investment in City Creek Mall and Co^^^^nium in SLC,which may put Mormon
Church's IRS tax-exempt status in ^eopardy i f there is verification of the allegation the Church used tithe and offering monetary
confributions by the members to frind the projectunder the umbrella of tax exempted religious freedom.
^ Mormon Church leadership's involvement in politics, such as correspondence to ecclesiastical subordinates (bishopric)on policy and
attitude towards same-sex civil rights^other sensitive issues relevant and conceming to the leaders.As well as recorded
correspondences between Mormon members ofUtah legislation and Church leaders on sensitive political issuB^^^^^^^^^^es for legislation
purposes which may confravene the separation ofchurch and state.
^ Uncovered film or audio recording featuring the play with the actor portraying Protestant minister encouraged by Satati/Lucifer
(porfrayed by actor) to spread false docfrines to attack all religions outside ofMormon religion as "abominable" which was exhibited for
qualified "temple recommend" audiences in all of the existing temples prior to removal in 1990(almost like leaked Scientology
orientation video)|91.
^ Unearthed secret audio or video recording inside Mormon temple with the temple members swearing "blood oath" before removal in
1990 1101
^Documented Churchleaders'andlayclergy'scoverupofphysical/sexualabuseandrapeofminorsbymissionariesandmembers
without reporting to law enforcement in some cases[111.
^ Older editions of Church Handbooks oflnstmctions from the first edition up ]T2] for comparison to recent leakedl968(tmncated),
I999and2006editions.
Vatican
^ Vatican secret archives
^ Brief The Index of the Vatican Secret Archive. At presentpre-screned scholars are allowed to see it butnot copy it(under scholar mle
*I6http://asv.vatican.va^en^fond/amm.htm)
^Vatican'sdocumentsonnaziGermany
^ Brief B^^^documents pertaining to Nazi Germany and the Vatican, as well as those relating to the post-warrat line to Argentina. Refer to
http://ncws.bbc.co.Uk/2/hi/europe/2611847.stm
International organisations
^ Bilderberg Group
^ Brief Bilderberg Group meeting minutes, papers and annual reports of since 1954.WikiLeaks has some years already.Bilderber^ is an
annual off the record conference offransatlantic political, economic and ideological agenda setters. As an historically important
confidential document collection it is probably only equaled by Cabinet minutes and high level intelligence and diplomatic assessments.
Leads:There are some older, previously unnoticed records in boxes at Unioflllinois
http://www.library.illinois.edu/archives/uasfa/1535051.pdf 1^1956 1970^ the George Bush library.
http://bushlibrary.tamu.edu/research/finding aids/pdfs/08 0379-F.pdf and the Eisenhower Library in Kansas
http://www.eisenhower.utexas.edu/Research/Finding Aids/PDFs/Jackson CD Records.pdf
^ Entity: Bilderberg Group
^ Alliance Base
^ Brief Documents regarding the founding and operation of Alliance Base.
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Prosecution Exhibit 34
has been entered into
the record as
Prosecution Exhibit 110























UI^IT^DSTAT^SOF AMERICA ^
^ STIPULATION OF
^ ^XP^CT^DT^STIMONY
^
Ma^mn^, Bradley^. ^ SSOAIe^a^droMari^
PFCU.SArmy, ^
HHCU^SArmyOarrison, ^
JointBaseMyerHendersonHall ^ DAT^D: May 2013
FortMyer,Virginia 22211 ^
It is hereby agreed by the Accused, Defense Counsel, andTrial Counsel, that ifSSO Alejandro
Marin were present to testify duringthe merits and pre-sentencing phases of this courts martial, he
would testify substantially as follows.
1. I , SSO Alejandro Marin, am currently deployed to Afghanistan asaCounterintelligence
Analyst in the 0-2(Inte11igence)section forthe 333d Military Police Brigade. My Military
Occupation Specialty (MOS) is 35L, Counterintelligence Agent. My responsibilities in this
position include gathering tactical intelligence in our Area of Operation.
2. From 2002-^2006,Iwas enlisted in the United States Marine Corps with an MOS oflnfantry.
In July 2007,Ienlisted in the United States Army Reserve with an MOS of l l B, Infantry. In early
2008,lreclassified with anMOSof35F,All-Source Intelligence Analyst. From April 2008 until
August 2008,Iattended the Intelligence Analyst Course at Advanced IndividualTraining (AIT) in
Fort I^uachuca, Arizona. Iwas assigned to the 305th Military Intelligence Battalion.
3. PFC Bradley Manning andlattended AIT together. PFC Manning andlwereinall of the
same classes together atAIT and received the same instruction. The class consisted of
approximately 20-25 students, two ofwhom were PFC Manning and me. linteracted with PFC
Manning onadaily basis. Troy Moul was our AITinstructor.
4. AtAIT,Iwas trained on pattern analysis, which is the study ofthe enemy^s Tactics,
Techniques, and Procedures (TPPs)to determine any patterns in enemy activity. Iwas also
trained on how to collectintelligence products and howto map enemy activity as part of pattern
analysis. Iwas also trained extensively on the use ofSignificantActivities(SIOACTs), which are
stored in the Combined Information Data Network F^xchange(CIDNF^) database on the Secure
Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNF^T),aclassified network. Iwas also trained that
SIOACTsconsistoftroop location. Improvised F^xplosive Device (IBD)attacks, and
assassinations. Additionally,Iwas trained on how to research, review, and pull SIOACTsand
plot them onamap for pattern analysis.
5. AtAITIwas trained on the targeting process. Iwas also trained on howto collect information
on I^ighValueTargets(l^VTs), to include which databases to use and what type ofinformation is
helpful to the targetingprocess. Iwas also trained that the intelligence we provided on these
I^Ts may be employed to carry out military operations to capture these persons. During this
instruction,Iwas also trained on howto use Intelink,asearch engine on the SIPRNET similar to
Ooogle.
PROSECUTION EXHIBIT for iMitificatioif
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PAGE OF PAGES
6. At AITIwastt^ained on Information Security (INFOSEC). Iwas also trained on the meaning
ofclassification, to include the difterent levels of classification. Specifica1ly,Iwas trained that the
unauthorized disclosure ofinformation classified at the SECRET level reasonably could be
expected to cause serious damage to the national security and that the unauthorized disclosure of
information classified at the CONFIDENTIAL level reasonably could be expected to cause
damage to the national security. Iwas also trained on the meaning ofinformation marked For
OfficialUseOnly(FOUO) Iwasalsotrainedtoproperlymarl^notonlyclassifieddocumentsat
the top and bottom ofeach document, but also classified media devices with the approved label. I
was fiirthertrained that we hadapersonal responsibility to safeguard classified information. Iwas
also trained that access to classified information is limited to those persons with the proper
security clearance, signed NonDisclosure Agreement, andaneed-to^know. Iwas also trained
how to store, transmit, and otherwise handle classified information consistent with Army
Regulation 380 5.
7. At AIT,Iwas trained on Operational Security(OPSEC). Iwas trained not to publicly disclose
anything that could be useful to our adversaries, both foreign and domestic. Iwasalso trained on
the dangers ofputting information on the Intemet, to include social media websites. Iwasalso
trained on how the enemies ofthe United States, including AlO^^da, use the Internet by
searching websites for many purposes, such as to collect intelligence on the United States and for
use as propaganda and asarecruiting tool. Iwas trained that OPSEC applies to unclassified
information, such as information relating to training schedules and unit morale. AtAIT,Iwas
aware that PFC Manning had to giveafive minute brief on OPSEC.
8. WithregardstoBATESnumbers0000735I^00007426, 00007450 00007586, 00007629^
00007789,00007983 00008087,00008152 00008288,00008331 00008522,00008853^00009046,
00009802-000I0037,and000I0722^00010843,Ihavereviewedalloftheseslides.The formatting
ofthe slides is very recognizable to me. Aslreviewed the slides, my memory makes me believe
that these were the slides that were given to us at AIT The slides were multiple classes in one
presentation. Tothe best of my knowledge, these slides appear to be the ones used for our classes
becauseofthe formatting and content contained in the slideshow. Iremember being trained on the
content of these slides at AIT,such as memorizing the ^^CARVERSUP^^ mnemonic device at
BATES number000I0767. Ilowever,Icannot say for certain that these are the actual slides orthe
actual infortr^ation from the slides ^ivet^ to us due to the length oftime that has ^one by. It has
beenfive years sincelhave seen theslides.Ialsocannotsayfbrcertain that these aretheslides
because not all of the slides were used in all the classes due to time constraints oraclass being
shortened. Ataminimum, these slides are very similarto the slidesIreceivedduringAIT.
9. AtAIT,PFCManningparticipatedinaFie1dTrainingExercise(FTX),duringwhichPFC
Manning created various intelligence products, such as targeting packets on HVTs. Iwasateam
leader duringthis FTX and had the opportunity to review PFC Manning^swork product. PFC
Manning^s strengths included computer-related tasks, such as pulling data from databases
containingintelligence products.
10. Iwas an All^Source Intelligence Analyst for approximately fburyears. In2012,Ireclassified
with anMOSof35L, Counterintelligence Agent.
jTMywi-iL
CPT, JA
Assistant Trial Counsel
xihX
HYTE
THOMAS F. HURLEY
Military Defense Counsel
BRADLEY E. MANNING
PFC, USA
Accused
Prosecution Exhibit 37
have been entered into
the record as a CD/DVD
and will be maintained
with the original
Record of Trial
Attachment B
CAP 0028-10-C1D361
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pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:07:49 hiya
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:08:15 11 ke debates.
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:09:27 Just finished one on the IMMl, and crushed some
wretch from the journalists union.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-05 21:11:01 vid?
pres5association@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:11:24 Ofthis?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-05 21:11:37 yeah
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:11:56 Not videotaped, i think.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-05 21:12:04 ah
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:12:24 Very satisfying though
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-05 21:12:38 &gt;nod&lt;
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:12:44 Source here just gave me 10Gb of banking docs.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-05 2f:13TlO lb?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:13:11 He leaked some before, was exposed by the husband
ofthe wretch.
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:13:27 cross-bank, was an it consultant.
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:13:39 got anested two weeks ago
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:13:50 Had is bank accounts frozen.
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:14:02 and has been offered 15 million kroner to shut up
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:14:09 /is/his
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-05 21:14:26 mmm
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:15:04 needed to offload them so they&apos;d stop going
after him
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-05 21:17:31 &gt:yawn&lt:
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 21:19:26 tired?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-05 21:20:54 waking up =)
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 22:53:22 ping
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-05 23:41:17 ping
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 00:31:55 here
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 00:32:52 pong
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 00:39:19 ...and zero reply status =P
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:40:54 ping
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:41:22 ping
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:41:27 pong
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:41:34 can you tell me more about these files?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:41:41 or the status of the issue?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:41:58 uhmm... no new information... everybody is focused
on the election
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:42:07 what&apos;s the caps thing?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:42:15 caps?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:42:22 CAPS
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:42:38 who&apos;s the author?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:42:39 and are all these releasable?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:42:42 so much going on... ahhhh
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:42:46 what about the english translation?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:42:55 yes
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:42:55 everything Is notes
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:43:02 minus the photos
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:43:13 the photos are releasable
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:43:29 ok, what about the incident report?
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dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:43:52 cant release the original, but the information can be
scraped from it
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:44:08 i.e. sources indicate this happened at this place at this
time
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:44:17 yup
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:44:38 it looks 1 ke a MiTT report?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:44:39 translation is super not releasable
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:45:01 ok. be sure to tell me these things as soon as
possible
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:45:03 yes, came from federal police into US hands
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:45:07 and better yet in the submission Itself
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:45:12 yes, sorry
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:45:59 i&apos;m not the only one to process this stuff and
also will forget details if publication is delayed a long
time due to the flood of other things
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:46:02 though... who knows... everybody is ninning around
like headless chickens
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:46:28 malaki is expected to win again though?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:46:33 basically
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:46:39 lose a few seats maybe
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:46:42 but win overall
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:46:56 probably have to form a new coalition
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:48:47 blah, sorry about the craziness... gonna give release a
shot?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:58:20 yes
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:58:37 cool
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:58:40 lack of detail may be problematic, but we&apos:ll see
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:59:09 i.e &quot:easier&quot: stories for press to get
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:59:10 im sure you can try to confirm SOMETHING... there is
a hotel called the Hotel Ishtar nearby to that location
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 06:59:36 does it have grid refs?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 06:59:46 grid references within the document, yes
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:00:01 that was were the an-ests took place
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:00:11 morocco publishing company
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:00:24 gives coordinates (in the military report)
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:01:19 i figured it would make it look more like a journalist
acquired it... if the hotel was mentioned
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:01:55 [popular among gays, oddly]
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:02:38 <div><a href=http://travel.yahoo.com/p-hotel-2514619-
hotel_ishtar-i" style="background-color; #ffffff; font-
family: Helvetica: font-size:
12pt;">http://travel.yahoo.com/p-hotel-2514619-
hotel_ishtar-i</a></div></message>
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 07:02:42 haha
pressassoclation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 07:03:19 l&apos;m surprised there are any left.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:03:25 foreign
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:03:27 that is
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 07:03:33 full transcript for video is now complete
pressassociation@jabberccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 07:03:43 evil work
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:03:43 iraq themed releases?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:04:08 yes, the transcripts say a lot about attitudes
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:05:30 might also be known as Sheraton Ishtar
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:05:41 <div><a
href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheraton_lshtar"
style= "background-color: #ffffff; font-family: Helvetica;
font-size:
12pt;">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheraton_lshtar</a
></div></message>
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dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:06:13 its somewhere In that general area... &quot;Morocco
Publishing&quot;... its been too crazy for me to try and
find
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:07:14 anyway, gotta dash... should be back in a few hours
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:07:21 good luck
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 07:07:34 you too
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 07:07:49 um, transcripts?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 07:07:53 ah, yes, sorry.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:08:11 its a HUGE jumble xD
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:08:12 =P
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 07:08:17 plural confused me.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:08:25 muh bad
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:08:34 gotta go fo&apos; realz =P
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de
Nobody 2010-03-06 07:08:37 ciaoness dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:10:28 oh, it was on the EAST side of the tigris... thats
important
dawgnefwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:11:01 the arrest location
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:11:03 that is
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-06 07:11:36 why important?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:11:46 i think hotel is on the west side
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:12:21 ah, im all over the place... clearing logs...
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:12:43 not logging at all... safe
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 07:12:50 i just wanted to be certain
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 09:25:55 any more questions?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 10:59:53 i have a quick question
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 12:48:15 busy day for you ?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-06 14:37:11 ping
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:03:53 ping
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:08:29 brb, checking flights
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:11:49 k
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:14:56 i have a quick question?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:15:36 sure...lots of time pressure atm though so answer will
be brief
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:16:00 how valuable are JTF GTMO detention memos
containing summaries, background info, capture info,
etc?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:16:18 time period?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:16:25 2002-2008
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:17:35 quite valuable to the lawyers of these guys who are
trying to get them out, where those memos suggest
their innocence/bad proceedure
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:18:12 also valuable to merge into the general history,
politically gitmo is mostly over though
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:18:20 yeah
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:18:28 although transfers to afghanistan might rise it again
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:18:38 &gt%oPNG
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:18:43 ill get back to that later
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:19:29 depends on definition of valuable of course..
there&apos;s been a fair bit of inflation the last few
months :)
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:19:39 i noticed
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:19:51 BTW
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:20:12 WE won the referendum - only 1.4% voted against.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:20:17 i saw
pressassociatlon@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:20:25 How cool is that?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:20:54 First referendum in Icelandic history, ever.
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dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:20:56 not sure how much influence you actually had...
though im sure you had an impact of some kind
pressassociatlon@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:21:13 by &apos;we&apos; i mean everyone worthing towards
it
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:21:20 ah, been there before
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:21:28 im wary of referenda
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:21:51 democracy sounds good... until you realize
you&apos;re a vulnerable minority...
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:21:57 but quite possibly swung it., there was lots of stuff
going on behind the scenes here.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:22:09 case in point: proposition 8 in California
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:22:21 Yes. This is democracy in the negative though, which
is usually great.
dawgnetwori(@jabber ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:22:34 indeed it is
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:22:51 I.e vetoing bills [go back and do it again!]
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:23:32 call is bad, 1 agree, anyone with some $ has a syringe
right into the heart of the state constitution
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:23:40 &gt;nod&lt;
pressassociatlon@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-07 07:23:52 bbk
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:23:58 gotta nin too
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 07:23:59 ttyl
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-07 10:53:48 so when is the site coming back?
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:46:56 hello
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 05:48:43 heyal
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 05:48:50 how goes?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:49:22 not bad
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 05:52:19 vid has been enhanced and rendered now. subtitles
done for english
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:52:30 nice
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 05:52:47 it looks good, the stills are very moving
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:53:03 the stills taken from the wide angle?
dawgnelwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:53:31 dropped camera
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 05:53:42 no..
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:53:51 ah, the video stills then
pressassociatlon@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 05:53:52 from the video cam
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:54:14 sounds good
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:55:54 still all over the place, here
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 05:56:10 After the contrast enhancement, something about the
lack of resolution / smoke gives a film-noir quality
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 05:56:16 yeah, i&apos;ve heard.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:56:25 heard?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 05:56:29 outcome yet?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:56:43 busy few weeks
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:57:02 no... wont be for weeks... it was very quiet
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 05:57:09 expected a lot more
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 05:58:05 people can get worthed up internally...
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 05:58:59 somethings are encouraged to be said, others not,
and after they flow around long enough, there&apos;s
a lack of grounding.
da wg network@ja bber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:04:09 lalala
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:04:54 jesus
Nobody 2010-03-08 06:05:05 mm?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:05:22 looks like we have the last 4 mothers of all audio to all
phones in the is pariiament
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:05:29 s/mothers/months
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:05:46 interesting
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:06:09 *had nothing to do with this one*
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dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010 03 08 06:08:49 im sending one last archive of intersting stuff... should
be in t hexf ol der at some point in the next 24 hours
pressassociation@jabberccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 08 06:10:08 ok.greati
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010 03 08 06:10:09 74b3*t arbz2
dawgnetwori^@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 201003 08 06:10:50 you^apos:ll need to figure out what to do with it all...
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 08 06:11:03 al ot of odd things are happening lately
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010 03 08 06:11:08 such as?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 08 06:11:48 it^apos:s hard to descr be without going through them
all
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010^3 08 06:11:53 but there^apos:s something in t h^ air.
dawgnetwork@j abbercccde Nobody 2010 03 08 06:12:07 in Iceland, or globally
pressassociation@jabberccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 08 06:12:40 this is what l^apos:m trying to determine people in
germany say the same thing
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 08 06:12:49 and there^apos:s some evidence of t hat
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010 03 08 06:13:13 such as... (i hate to inquire too much, but im benign)
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 201003 08 06:13:36 it may be more readily vis ble in is due to less inertia
[small economy]
dawgnetwork@j abbercccde Nobody 2010 03 08 06:14:09 definitely feel something odd here...
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 201003 08 06:14:38 some recent things... in denmari^ the main newspaper
printed an entire book in afghanistan that was about to
be Injuncted suddenly in its Sunday paper
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 201003 0806:14:50 to subvert the injunction
pressassociation@jabbercccde Nathaniel Frank 201003 08 06:14:55 [about afghanistan, not in]
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 201003 08 06:15:04 injunction came from dep of defence
pressassociation@jabber.cccde Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 08 06:15:25 fox news editorialized to say, give money to Wl^
pressassociation@jabberccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 0806:15:42 .nl government just fell over afghanistan
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010 03 08 06:15:49 indeed
pressassociation@jabbercccde Nathaniel Frank 201003 08 06:16:00 german constitutional court just struck down data
retention
dawgnetwork@j abbercccde Nobody 2010 03 08 06:16:07 yep
pressassociation@jabber.cccde Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 08 06:16:34 wl actions that were considered totally radi cal 3years
ago are now courted
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010^3 0806:17:06 i tol d you before,government/organizations cant
control infonnation... the harder they try, the more
violently the information wants to get out
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 201003 08 06:17:22 2500 articles in is referendum in the past 15hours,
despite it bei ngasunday
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010 03 08 06:17:34 you^apos:re like the first pin to popabal l oon
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 08 06:17:52 many other things like this
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 08 06:18:13 restrict suppl y- val ue Increases,yes
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010 03 08 06:18:21 oh yeah...osc went haywire digging into is
pressassociation@jabbercccde Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 08 06:18:37 us dod has another tact though, dump billions in free
^quot:news^quot: content
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010^3 08 06:18:44 yeah?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 201003 08 06:18:56 that^apos:s something we want to mine entirely, btw
pressassoclation@jabbercccde Nathaniel Frank 201003 08 06:19:10 l had an account there, but changed ips too quickly
dawgnetwork@j abbercccde Nobody 2010 03 08 06:19:16 usually its pretty dull reading, one or two things on is
aday. . . but i t sl ke 20-25 fortoday alone
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010 03 08 06:19:40 just F^IS or analysis included?
dawgnetwork@jabberccc.de Nobody 2010 03 08 06:19:54 no analysis, too eariy...
dawgnetwork@jabber.cccde Nobody 2010 03 08 06:20:03 24-48 hours it takes for analysis if done
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dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:22:01 anyway, im throwing everything i got on JTF GTMO at
you now... should take awhile to get up tho
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:23:22 summary / history / health conditions / reasons for
retaining or transfer of nearly every detainee (about
95%)
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:24:01 ok, great!
pressassociation@iabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:24:15 what period does it cover for each internment?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:24:48 2002-2009...
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:25:21 so initial medical evaluation to exit evaluation?
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:25:37 no, just summaries...
pressassociation@jabber.ccc. de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:25:52 but summaries of that?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:26:26 i.e from entry to exit?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de
Nobody
Nobody
2010-03-08 06: 26^
20i0-03-08 06:26:33"
not quite dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de
Nobody
Nobody
2010-03-08 06: 26^
20i0-03-08 06:26:33" gaps
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:26:50 where do the gaps come from?
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:26:58 Memos such asSUBJECT: Recommendation to
Retain under DoD Control (DoD) for Guantanamo
Detainee,<br />1SN: US9AS-000002DP
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:27:51 i have a csv that organizes the info as much as
possible
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:27:55 1 hate these gitmo guys
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:28:29 OFAFBU sums up the sort of people they ended up
with
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:28:48 [one flight away from being ugly] aka &quot;gitmo
cute&quot;
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:28:56 haha
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:30:57 anyway, gotta run, have a nice day
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:31:14 you too. and take care!
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:31:42 after this upload, thats all i really have got left
pressassociation @jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:32:15 curious eyes never run dry in my experience
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:32:18 1 sat on it for a bit, and figured, eh, why not
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:32:52 ive already exposed quite a bit, just no-one knows yet
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:33:34 ill slip into daricness for a few years, let the heat die
down
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:34:05 won&apos;t take a few years at the present rate of
change
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:34:08 true
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:34:19 almost feels 1 ke the singularity is coming
there&apos;s such acceleration
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:34:52 yes... and considering just how much one source has
given you, i can only imagine the overlad
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:35:05 yes
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:35:15 •load
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 06:35:30 c ya
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:35:34 1 just hope we can do justice to it all.
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:35:57 We have the numbers, just need to figure out how to
scale the management.
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 06:36:04 night!
dawonetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 11:13:06 hi
pressassoclation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 11:44:16 hoi
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 11:44:27 short sleep?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 12:19:56 wasnt asleep... going to sleep soon
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 12:20:21 upload is at about 36%
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 12:21:39 ETA?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 12:22:05 11-12 hours... guessing since its been going for 6
already
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 12:22:33 how many mb?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 12:22:50 about 440mb
ManningB_00124393
Forensic report Personal Computer
OfPFC MANNING
Attachment B
CAF 0028-10-C1D361
ROl 0028-10-C1D221-10117
Sender Account Sender Al i as Date-Time Message Text
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 12:24:46 a lot of scanned pdf&apos;s
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 14:38:00 what are you at donation-wise?
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc de Nobody 2010-03-08 15:55:28 any good at Im hash cracking?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 16:00:29 yes
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 16:00:44 donations; not sure.
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 16:00:55 something in order of .5M
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 16:01:30 but we lost our CC processor, so this is making
matters somewhat painful.
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 16:02:23 we have rainbow tables for Im
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 16:04:14 80c11049faebf441d524fb3c4cd5351c
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 16:05:07 i think its Im -t- Imnt
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 16:05:38 anyway...
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 16:06:08 need sleep &gt;yawn&gt;
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 16:09:06 not even sure if thats the hash... i had to hexdump a
SAM file, since i dont have the system file...
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de
Nathaniel Frank
Nathaniel Frank
2010-03-08 16:10:06
2010-03-08 16:10:19
what makes you think it&apos;s Im? pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de
Nathaniel Frank
Nathaniel Frank
2010-03-08 16:10:06
2010-03-08 16:10:19 its from a SAM?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 16:10:24 yeah
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-08 16:11:26 passed it onto our Im guy
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 16:11:40 thx
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-08 21:31:59 got about an hour to go on that upload
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 03:44:06 hi
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 03:45:05 did you get what i sent?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 03:45:11 via sftp
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 03:46:04 hey a!
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 03:46:24 MDS (74b3*.tar.bz2) = c36e31ab*
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 03:47:39 will check
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 03:47:47 sweet
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 03:47:54 somewhat distracted with all sorts of intrigues
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 03:48:01 heh, im sure
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 03:48:13 imma get intrigued with my hot chocolate =)
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 03:48:24 we now have the last 4 months of audio from
telephones at the .is pariiament
dawg network@jabber. ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 03:48:29 bbl
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 03:48:35 yes, you said eariier
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 03:48:51 it was a "might* before
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 03:48:55 somebody&apos;s bad... =)
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 03:49:11 ttyl
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 03:49:16 yup. nixon tapes got nothing on us
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 04:25:37 hmm
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 04:25:42 there&apos;s a username in the gitmo docs
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 04:25:58 i assume i should filter it out?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:40:47 theres a username?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:42:16 any usernames should probably be filtered, period
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:42:38 but at the same time, theres a gazillion of them
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:45:56 is this ordered by country?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:46:00 yes
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:46:48 ... gazillion pdf&apos;s that is</span>
dawgnelwork@jabber.ccc de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:47:15 anything useful in there?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:50:54 no time, but have someone on it
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:51:00 there surely will be
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:51:12 and these sorts of things are always motivating to
other sources too
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:51:22 &gt;nod&lt;
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:51:33 inflation
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:51:34 =P
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:51:43 from an economic standpoint
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:52:08 heh
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:52:29 1 was thinking more inspiration
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:52:38 i know =)
MannlngB_00124394
Forensic report Personal Computer
of PFC MANNING
Attachment B
CAF 0028-10-CID361
ROl 0028-10-C1D221-10117
Sender Account Sender Alias Date-Time Message Text
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:53:08 gitmo=bad,leakers=enemy of gitmo,leakers=good
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:54:03 Hence the feeling is people can give us stuff for
anything not as &quot;dangerous as gitmo&quot; on
the one hand, and on the other, for people who know
more, there&apos;s a desire to eclipse. ..
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:54:41 true
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:55:05 ive crossed a lot of those &quot;danger&quot; zones,
so im comfortable
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody " 2010-03-10 05755:25 learned a lot from the Iceland cable on my side
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:55:32 oh?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:55:55 and that is... everyone is too busy to investigate too
deeply...
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:56:02 or clean up the mess
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:56:03 yes
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:56:13 unless they think there&apos;s a real promotion in it
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:56:19 indeed
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:56:35 after a few days, no one gives a damn, generally
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:56:41 yep
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:56:46 especially now with the pace of change so high
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:56:51 oh yeah
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:56:58 its nuts
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:57:28 ive given up on trying to imagine whats next
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:57:53 i predict its nothing i can predict
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:58:21 actually...
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:58:29 gave an Intel source here a list of things we wanted
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:58:39 1-5
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:59:06 1 was &quot;something we have no idea of yet. hard
to find, but the most likely to be important&quot;
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 05:59:30 and they came back with the last 4 months of
pariiament
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:59:47 xD
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 05:59:49 hilarious
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:00:40 thats a wtf... who did this kind of moment
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:00:54 fall-out =P
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:00:55 So, that&apos;s what 1 think the future is 1 ke ;)
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:01:15 yes
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:01:57 now that humans are getting more and more
integrated into this information society... a level of
transparency never imagined or even truly desired is
coming into play
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:02:18 it makes us more human if anything
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:03:13 we&apos;ve created states, governments, religious
institutions, corporations... all these organizations to
hide behind...
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:03:26 but at the end of the day, we&apos;re just guys and
giris
MannlngB_00124395
Forensic report Personal Computer
OfPFC MANNING
Attachment B
CAF 0028-10-CID361
ROl 0028-10-C1D221-10117
Sender Account Sender Alias Date-Time Message Text
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:04:02 WikiLeaks is looking for donations, but what itsT»<,
founders should do, is call upon script writers to make
a, pertiaps reality based, dramatized, thriller movie of
one of the wikileaks cases, with corruption, infiltration,
espionage, hitmen, sabotage, etc. and call the movie
&quot;WikiLeaks!&quot;</span><br /><br /><span
style=font-family: Helvetica; font-size: 12pt;">l see
great potential for such a movie, and massive money
and advertising it would generate would establish
them firmly. l&apos;d then support by seeing the
movie. Hollywood would likely support."
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:04:04 haha
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:04:35 yes. its very healthy
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:04:47 but then, there is farmville...
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:04:59 the masquerade ball
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:05:22 this is gonna be one hell of a decade
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:05:45 it feels like 2010 should be ending soon...
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:05:50 but we just got started
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:05:51 sense deceptions to suck $ out of people
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:06:06 lt&apos;s as old as lipstick and the guitar of course,
but mmorpg are evil in a whole new way
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:06:39 voluntary matrix-style society?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:06:46 yes
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:07:08 hmm
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:07:25 might be ok in the end
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:07:53 mmorpg&apos;s that have long term users are
incentivised to keep them profitable
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:08:59 but 1 imagine they&apos;ll merge into hybrid revenue
modes, where congnitive tasks and freelabor are done
using sense deception incentives
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:09:48 like the &quot;video games&quot; from toys?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:10:12 haven&apos;t seen that
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:10:34 but it sure isn&apos;t a decade to be a gull ble idiot:)
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:11:24 basic gist: retired general takes over a toy company,
invests in video games for kids to &quot;play&quot;,
but they&apos;re actually training to remotely use little
toy sized weapons
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:11:40 former toy owner tries to stop him
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:11:52 *company
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:12:11 heh. that&apos;s the example 1 was going to use for
mmorpg (with drones) but decided it was too
grotesque
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:12:47 its not... its logical in frightening ways
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:13:04 i think like that... i dont know how it happened, but i
think that way
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:13:32 i predict war will tum into a continuous spectnim of
spying and violence
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:13:32 &quot;how can i take advantage of two things that
most people wouldn&apos;t think are
connected&quot;
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:15:50 with companies doing a lot of the lower end
{spying/violence} for their own reasons and a totally
seem less crossover (as is happening with the us)
between contractors/military to the degree that its not
clear who is tasking who
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:16:12 wow, dead on
MannlngB_00124396
Forensic report Personal Computer
OfPFC MANNING
Attachment B
CAF 0028-10-CID361
ROl 0028-10-CID221-10117
Sender Account Sender Alias Date-Time Message Text
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:16:57 everywhere, greater degrees of freedom, more fluidity
and mixing.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:17:23 always an interesting discussion =)
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 06:17:26 ttyl
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 06:17:31 night!
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 20:58:03 hello
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 20:59:41 heya!
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 20:59:52 whats new?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:00:22 350Gb of audio intercepts. But you knew already.
dawgnetwoM(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:00:30 mhmm
dawgnelwori(@jabber.ccc de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:00:57 is that the only thing?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:01:22 lots of smaller scale material
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:01:28 &gt:nod&lt;
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:01:44 e g bbc legal defense against trafigura which was
censored
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:02:15 a jazeera doing another segment on WL
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:02:35 Canadian detainee docs
dawgnetwori<@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:02:43 Canadian?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:03:00 some russian and Chinese stuff that 1 can&apos;t read
dawgnelwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:03:08 ha ha ha
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:03:09 heh
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:03:17 and a list of ALL the tea party volunteers
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:03:42 from glen beck&apos;s email
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:03:48 jesus fucking Christ
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:04:13 whats the big deal with that? because some people
take that seriously
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:04:26 an analysis of the greenhouse gas output of
Australia&apos;s &quot;earth hour&quot; firewori(s
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:04:32 (46 tonnes)
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:04:57 The lea party thing? ll&apos;s weird, but it should be
taken seriously
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:05:21 yeah, its one of those... grey areas tietween reality
and entertainment and ick
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:05:33 lt&apos;s the right wing overclass (fox) organization of
the righwing underclass. Think of them as brown
shirts.
dawgnetwort(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:05:39 •stays in reality*
dawgnetwoM(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:06:23 well, i dont know what posting a list from glenn
beck&apos;s email will do... but hey. Its transparency
pressassoclation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:06:37 They&apos;re Important because their organized free
labor.
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:06:54 And they may or may not break fi-ee of their masters.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody ToTo^3-10 21:07:04 ah
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:07:50 is it 1 ke the entire worid is uploading to you?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:08:24 some hungarian finance things
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:08:31 Scientology in haiti...
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:08:52 lots of german stuff i don&apos;t understand, but we
have people who do
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:08:58 &gt;nod&lt;
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:09:08 wow...
dawgnetwort(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:09:15 im gonna leave you to work than
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:09:50 get back up and online... get Immi passed... and start
publishing whatever you can... =)
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:10:08 heh
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:10:16 a jazeera will also have a new WL doco
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:10:31 by the same producer who did IMMI piece
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:11:36 agreement between the royal mail and its union
ManningB_00124397
Forensic report Personal Computer
OfPFC MANNING
10
Attachment B
CAF 0028-10-CID361
ROl 0028-10-C1D221-10117
Sender Account Sender Alias Date-Time Message Text
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:11:49 oh, this one is nice
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:11:55 entire romanian police database
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:12:31 israeli&apos;s OECD application docs
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:15:45 its like you&apos;re the first &quot;lntelligence
Agency&quot; for the general public
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:16:39 downside is you get so much stuff in a single day that
its hard to prioritize
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:16:54 yes
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:17:05 that&apos;s just a matter of growth, though
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:17:39 did you read our bulgarian shadow state doc?
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:17:45 well, fuck you do everything an Intel agency does...
minus the anonymous sourcing
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:17:58 not really
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:18:15 The original WL about reads: &quot;...will be the first
intelligence agency of the people. ..&quot;
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:18:43 might have missed that, but its absolutely tme
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-10 21:19:31 anyway, gotta run... ttyl
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:19:47 Wikileaks described itself as &quot;the first
intelligence agency of the people. Better principled
and less parochial than any governmental intelligence
agency, it is able to be more accurate and relevant. It
has no commercial or national interests at heart; its
only interest is the revelation of the truth. Unlike the
covert activities of state intelligence agencies,
Wikileaks relies upon the power of overt fact to enable
and empower citizens to bring feared and corrupt
governments, and corporations to justice.&quot;
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 21:20:14 ok. later!
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 23:30:54 any more hints about this lm hash?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-10 23:31:03 no luck so far
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-16 18:23:35 hi
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-16 18:32:42 hoi
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-16 22:29:42 whats up?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-16 22:34:13 just about to go out
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-16 22:34:14 all systems nominal
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-16 22:34:24 good to know
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-16 22:34:36 ttyl
pressassociatlon@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-16 22:35:52
:)
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-16 22:35:52 take care
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-16 22:36:04 will do... donations coming in good?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-16 22:37:09 not sure
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-16 22:37:21 experience in the past is that they don&apos:t tend to
In response to stories like this
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-16 22:37:28 meh
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-16 22:37:32 makes people scared to donate
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-16 22:37:34 too bad
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-16 22:37:52 i would&apos;ve
dawgnetwork@Jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-16 22:37:59 if i saw that
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:32:26 what&apos:d your source say it was?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:39:49 it was very general
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:46:62 organization-wide
pressassociafion@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:40:17 interesting
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:40:35 what was the approach and motivation?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:41:17 i wonder if this didn&apos;t stir up some intemal
dissent
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:41:42 must be some people not too happy about cracking
down on whistleblowers and following the Chinese...
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:41:55 indeed
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dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:42:11 90% of the effort is on Chinese exfiltration of
documents
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:42:22 it was a blog posting
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:43:01 well, that is a genuine problem
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:43:16 Israeli and russian exfiltration too
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:44:02 trench as well
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:44:06 It warned about not visiting the blogs, because the
document and its contents is still classified
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:44:17 gave a link the to the report through proper channels
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:44:31 although knowledge tends to be stabalizing
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:44:34 if you take a big picture perspective
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:45:17 it almost pleaded people not to send anonymous
documents, mentioning courage and personal trust...
and told people to go through proper channels if they
have an issues
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:45:24 open skies policy was stabalizing
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:45:44 so perhaps an open net policy is called for;)
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:46:23 that&apos;s reasonable, though doesn&apos;t work in
practice...
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:46:27 what&apos;d they say about courage?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:46:38 i can send a copy
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:46:40 that it&apos;5 contagious? ;)?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:46:53 but its non-rel
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:47:00 yes
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:47:32 subsys is really good these days
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:48:09 please mari^ non-release, found on usb stick
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:48:55 k
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:49:00 outed another spy this afternoon
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:49:16 ??
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:49:27 local
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:49:34 gotchya
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:49:38 police, watching one of my hotels
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:49:50 insider also confirmed
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:49:58 we have access to the fieet tracking system ;)
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:50:41 just got hold of 800 pages of interrogations docs and
another 40gb of .is privatization / banking stuff
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:50:51 this country is going to melt...
pressas50ciation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:50:55 saw the film today
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:51:04 it&apos;5 looking great
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:51:31 what film?
pre5sassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:51:50 projectb
pressassociation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:51:58 the massacre
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:52:01 gotchya
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:52:32 uploaded file
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:53:01 marked as requested
pressa5sociation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:53:11 thanks
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:53:18 nip
pressassociation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:53:20 you&apos;re great
pres5as50ciation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:54:03 is there some way i can get a cryplophone to you?
dawgnetwork@Jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:54:14 not at this fime
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:54:40 actually...
pressassoclation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:54:47 probably best if you Just order one?
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:54:57 or rather some friend
pressassociation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:55:14 bit pricy though
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:55:26 hmm
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:55:29 actually never mind
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:55:38 yes, i dont have access at present
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pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:56:35 these things are good for urgent contact, but it&apos;s
safer to avoid due to location tracking possibilities
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:56:47 i know that very well
pressassociation @Ja bber. CCC. de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:56:56 although there is a satphone module
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:57:21 forget the idea for now
pressassociation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:57:45 yes. you just contact us
pressassociation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:57:52 but don&apos;t disappear without saying why for an
extended period or l&apo5;ll get womed ;)
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:58:03 i wont
dawgnetwori<@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:58:16 you&apos;ll know if something&aposis wrong
pressassociation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:58:39 ok
pressassoclation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:58:57 you can just tell me &quot;all the ships came in&quot;
pressassociation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:59:09 via email or any other mechanism
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:59:15 &gt;nod&lt;
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 22:59:44 will be doing an investigative joumo conf in norway
this week end, so may be out of contact most of the
time
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 22:59:55 its good
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:00:17 ok.
pressassociation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:00:27 off to do some work.
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 23:00:43 k, but def read the reflection 1 sent
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:00:53 i will
pressa550ciation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:01:01 now
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 23:01:03 toodles
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:12:56 heh
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:13:15 i like it. free advertising to just the right market
dawgnefwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 23:23:14 &gt;nod&lt;
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 23:23:30 the tone is what interests me the most
pres5a5sociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:23:45 yes
dawgnetwork@Jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 23:23:47 its not really a threat, its a plead
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:23:55 slight desperation
pressa5sociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:24:00 yes
pre55association@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:24:08 interesting approach
dawgnetwork@Jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 23:24:21 l ow, no-one knows what to do
pres5association@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:24:40 threats wori< better with most, but perhaps they see
that our sources are resistant to them anyway...
pressassociation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:24:54 so pleading is the only thing left
dawgnetwork@Jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 23:25:34 im sure it was brought on by discussions that showed
slight sympathy
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:27:28 yes
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:27:46 i think your intuition is correct
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 23:28:32 &quot;if we can&apos;t scare them, lets ask
nicely&quot;
dawgnetwori(@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 23:33:39 the hackers that these governments hire, the good
ones... they&apo5;re the cats that can only be herded
by food... but when the cat food runs out, or they get
treated rough... they&apos;d be the first to dissent
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 23:34:21 food meaning money, of course... and treatment
being, well, treatment
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-17 23:34:42 weird analogy, i know... lol
pressassociation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:38:21 yes
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:38:34 that&apos;s possible
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-17 23:39:09 and there are social vales that arise out of the internet
that have evolved beyond those inside the isolated
military-contractor complex
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dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 00:04:31 its like a classroom run by an overbearing teacher...
when a kid strikes back anonymously by sabotaging
the desk... the other kids get a little excited and
rowdy, because they wanted too, but were afraid of
getting caught... the teacher is embarassed and cant
control the kids, so the teacher just makes an
announcement that the students should continue
working quiety after they have a look at the mess on
the desk that the teacher is cleaning up
dawgnetwort(@Jabber. ccc. de Nobody 2010-03-18 00:05:11 i think thats a better analogy
dawgnetwork@Jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 00:37:17 <div><a
href=http://freedomincluded.com/index"><span
style="background-color: #ffffff; font-family: Helvetica;
font-size:
12pt;">http://freedomincluded.com/index</span></a>
<span style="background-color: #ffffff; font-family:
Helvetica; font-size: 12pt;"> &lt;- recommend: fi-ee (as
in freedom) hardware vendor"
dawgnetwork@Jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 08:39:52 wtf is wrong with LTC Packnett xD
dawgnetwork@Jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 08:40:59 you don&apos;t confirm, or even come off as poss bly
confirming shit...
dawgnetwork@Jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 08:41:22 lol, slipped up in your favor, i guess
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-18 08:41:31 eh?
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 08:42:06 NYT article has LTC Packnett allegedly confirming the
authenticity ofthe 2008 report posted on 15th
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-18 08:42:17 yes
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-18 08:42:19 hilarious
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 08:42:57 i dont think he&apos;s going to continue to be the Ml
spokesperson
pressassoclation@Jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-18 08:43:04 they do break these mles though when being
hammered
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 08:43:15 im sure
pressas50ciation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-18 08:43:41 refijsing to confirm does make them look shadowy
and untrustworthy
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 08:43:45 i just didnt realize how little it takes for them to cave...
dawgnetwork@Jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 08:43:55 true, but... im shocked
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-18 08:44:12 yeah., but remember., rules are just for the grunts :P
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-18 08:44:32 like no spying on citizens at the nsa
dawgnetwork@Jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 08:44:43 which is common
dawgnetwork@jabber.ccc.de Nobody 2010-03-18 08:45:57 &quot;oh fuck, this might be a US citizen...
shouldn&apo5;t we get this checked by the
FBI...&quot; &quot;Fuck that, FBI is slow as fuck,
we&apos;ll just keep listening in, capture him, and
then tum him over&quot;
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-18 08:48:27 i prefer Jen. also, too masculine looking
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-18 08:48:57 heh
pressassociation@jabber.ccc.de Nathaniel Frank 2010-03-18 08:48:59 nevermine
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UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
07 Jan 2010
(U) MARFOREUR G-2 TRIP REPORT'
(U) Traveler: Staff Sergeant Matthew Hosburgh
(U) Purpose: Chaos Communication Congress 26C3 Here Be Dragons Conference
(U) Dates: 26-30 December 2009
(U) Location: Berlin, Germany
(U) Executive Summary. The Chaos Communication Congress conference is an annual
event that attracts hackers, security researchers, computer hobbyists and malicious
computer users. This yeaf s conference marked the 26* year anniversary of the congress.
The conference title was Here Be Dragons which is a reference to medieval times where
explorers would put dragons or other serpents to mark dangerous or uncharted territories-
-an attempt to explain the conference's purpose in exposing"uncharted territories in
computer, phone, and other systems. The conference began on 27 December 2009 and
lastW until 30 December 2009. There were some good talks about security and some
rather alarming developments in the"uncharted territory!' A majority of the security
discussions were in German which prevented attendance because of the language barrier;
however, a large amount of the discussions were in English and catered to the
international audience. I personally attended the following talks: Lightning Talks-Day 1;
Why Net Neutrality Matters?; WikiLeaks Release 1.0; Exposing Crypto Bugs through
reverse engineering; Tor and censorship: lessons learned; SCCP hacking, attacking the
SS7 & SIGTRAN applications on step further and mapping the phone system; DDoS /
botnet mitigation & hosting online communities; Using OpenBSC for fuzzing of GSM
handsets;'Yes We Can't!'-on kleptography and cryptovirology; Black Ops of PKI.. A
detailed explanation, assessment and countermeasure (if applicable) can be found below.
1. (U) Lightning Talks - Day 1. Lightning Talks were a two hour forum where
basically members of the hacking community could present a topic or announce
an event for approximately four minutes. During this talk, there were
MARFOREUR AC/S G-2 Comment: This paper has been declassified on 05 March 2012 in
accordance with the procedures set forth in DoD Instruction 5200.1-R (Infonnation Security Program;
January 1997). Prior to declassification, this paper was reviewed by the MARFOREUR AC/S G-2 (Senior
Intelligence Officer), MARFOREUR AC/S G-6 (Senior Communications Officer/Chief Information
Officer), USEUCOM J2 (Cyber Intelligence Division), USEUCOM Foreign Disclosure Officer, and
USEUCOM SSO (INFOSEC Branch), all of whom concurred that the information contained herein does
not exceed a level of UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY. The paper's author, SSgt Matthew
Hosburgh, was dischared from the United States Marine Corps in June 2010 and therefore was not
available to participate in this declassification review.
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presentations onT^-Be-Gone(auniversaI remote that can tum offtelevisionsets
^omadistance),andafewotherprcjectsthatwerenotofmuchsigni^cance.
a. (II) Analysis: This forum seemed varyinert. There was alsoalack of
speakers fi:^r dayoneasthe Intemet ^rthe conference centerwas down
andalotofthepresentations were stored onawebsiteon the Intemet.
b. (^^Countermeasure: N/A
2. (ll)^hyNetNeutralityl^atters7Netneutralityisfastbecomingahottopicin
theintormationtechnologyworld. Essentially,this talk presented what it isaway
^r an ISP companies to more tightlyregulate levels ofservice to the user. This
could be in the form ofmakingusers pay for exactly what they need on the
Intemet. For example, an ISP could provideacustomerwith three packages to
choose 8^om,sayl-3. Packagelcould cost ^30 per month and only allow
access to Google searching and news websites. Package2could allow more
access fi:^r^Opermonth including email, web browsing, and access to banking
sites. Pa^age3couId be the ^^pr^ium package''as it would allow access to
music,YouTube and othermedia sites (to include packagesl-2). The ISPs
would be able to regulate the intemet content and not just bandwidth. This is the
core issue: limiting access to content and not bandwidth. The talk made the case
the Intemet should be kept open and ^ee. Jeremie2^immermanwasthepresenter
(aPrench citizen) and he said his organization had been lobbyingthe French
politicians to keep the Intemet open. Hispleatoeveryoneattheconfi^rencewas
to lobbyinourrespective countries to keep the Intemetthe way it is today.
a. ^(S^/NF)(ll//FOLIO) Analysis: I^eepingthelntemetneutralhas its
benefits. It allows the ^eeexchangeofideas which promotes global
communications. Basically,the Intemet is the same no matterwhereone
is in the worId(relativeIy speaking). Taking the openness out ofthe
Intemet would hinder global communications and business. On the
flipside, the Intemet, as it stands today,isaplaygroundfi:^r malicious users
(creating viruses, cyber ^aud, child pomography,and other crimes).
Further, the Intemet is an essential communication tool fi:^r terrorists.
Terrorists cells can use the Intemet toobscuretheirtraflic, as well as,
other tools to enerypt, hide and send messages. By filtering the Intemet,
this problem may be minimised, but atthe cost oflostrevenueand
8^eedom of speech.
b. (1^ Countermeasure: N/A
3. (11^) WikiLeaks l^eleasel.^. Wikileaks.org, isapublicly accessible Intemet
Website where individuals can contact with leaked information and have it
publishedtothepublicanonymouslywithout fear ofbeing held legally liable.
The infi:^rmation that can be leaked includes, but is not limited to, classified
infom:iation,tradesecrets, corporate information, personally identifiable
information, and even operational data. The goal is to promote ^^open-ness" and
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toensurethepublicis^^wellinfdmied" to what'sreaIlygoingon.The founders of
WikiLeaks claim that they have not had any oftheir sources compromised or
uncovered. Oneofthe most alarming pieces ofthe talk was that WikiLeaks was
se^ingto obtain^^off shore" storage and dataprocessingoftheir site so that they
wouldnot be bound toU.S. law. This concept is similarto that oftheprovei:biaI
^^Swiss bank account."
a. (l^^i^P) (11//F0110) Analysis.WikiLeaksrepresentsapotentiaIfi:^rce
protection, counterintelligence, operational security(OPSEC), and
infomiationsecurity(INFOSEC)threattoMARFOREUR/AF.The
intentional orunintentional leaking and posting ofUS Marine Corps
sensitive or classified infi:^i:mation to Wikileaks.org posesalargethreatnot
only ^om the external disclosure, but 8^om the insider. Theinsiderwould
be able to easily leak information without fear of any direct, individual,
repercussions. Further, when the off-shore storage is implemented,
WikiLeaks will have more latitude to distributeand publish leaked
information as it will not be bound byU.S. law.
b. (F0110)C^untermeasure:ForMARFOREUR/AF,ensurethat
employees aregiven annual securitytraining. Remind cleared individuals
oftheir agreement to safeguard 9nd not disclose classified orsensitive
infi:^rmation. Enfi:^rce document accountability. Ensure that classified
infi:^rmation that is no longerneeded is properly disposed of Recommend
implementingacontrol to ensurethatwhoeverprints, the document and
userisIoggedfbralIsystems(unclass-SCI).Enforcethesecureprint
feature fbrtheprinters in the hallway,that is, where uncleared individuals
maybe in contactwiththeprinters.
(11) Exposing Crypto Bugsthroughreverseenglneerlng^This talk was given
by Philippe OechslinofObjectifSecurite. HeisalsoaFrench citizen. His talk
was aimed at explaining how poorcodingofprograms could beawaytoattacka
system vice tryingto break theencryption algorithm. Essentially, exploiting bugs
tobreak-in/manipulateadeviceorsystemvicetryingtoexploittheencryption
algorithm, such as AES or 3DES.T^e devices he demo'dwere the MXI Stealth
(aFIPSI42-3IeveI2certified USB flash drive), the EISSTE-Capsule(an
electronic safe for data), and the Data BeekerI^rivate^afe(anothereleetronie
safe). Duringhis demo, he showed how he could break^in to the devices, by
reverse engineering the code using publically available Hex Editors and
commercial tools. He used the poorly written code to obtain access to the
devices.
a. ^i^F)(l^//F01^0) Analysis. Based on thedemonstration, standard
crypto algorithms, such as, AESand3DES are very secure ifimplemented
correctly. Theywill thwart any currenttypeofbrute force attack.
However,iftheprogrammer does not implement the crypto correctly,the
deviceorprogram can beexploited or access can beobtained. The crypto
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will remain unbroken, but the device or software can be broken because of
poorimpl^entation and reverse engineering,
b. (^//NF)(1^//F01^0) Countermeasure. EnsurethatUSB devices, that
are relied on to provideadegreeofsecurityusing crypto, are certified by
the NSA or other agencytoensurethatthey are indeed secure and ^ee
^mbeingreverseengineered. Simplybuyinga^^secureUSB"device
^ m the PX is not an option i f i t not approved. Guard the keys to decrypt
the device likeapassword and do not write them down. Use complex
passphrases to secure the device andnot an easily guessable word or
phrase.
(1^) T^ran^eens^rshi^: lessons leame^.Toris an acronym forthe The Onion
Router." It isanetwork spread across theglobe and its aim is to provide
anonymity and obscurityto its users. There are seven ^^oot" servers that are
maintained by staffmembersoftor and otherrelaynetworks hubs that users can
setup to host an instance ofTor at their location. Toris becoming ^uite popular
today among many censored users, for example: China and Iran. Because China
and Iran block and filter content,Tor is used to circumventtheserestrictions.Tor
isfurtherbecomingmoreofahard-to-pin-downanonymizer. RogerDingledine
was the speaker. He gave the current state ofTor in the world and how it was
being utilized. Even af^er China attempted to blockTor, the network evolved as
is still able to function despite the blockage. An alarming statement made by one
ofhis colleagues was that ^^e"^^shouIdgetjobs at Cisco, Symantec and other
securitycompaniestofindoutwhattheirintentionsareforbuildingthesesecurity
appliances(firewalls, IDS, etc) and leak them to WikiLeaks." His colleague
blamed the securityvendorsfi:^rmaking it easy fi:^r governments to censorits
people and thus the need to find out why and how theyweregoingto develop the
next device to make filtering easier for an organization. Hefi^erw^tontosay
that knowing why and how they are filtering will allow ^^the community" to
respond by catering securityappliances toward organizations (businesses)and not
governments fi:^r censorship.
a. ^^(l^i^i^^^(I^/^01^0) Analysis.TorisanefIectivetoolthatp^^^
browser anonymity and obscurity on the Intemet. It is 8^ee software
available to the world. The threat it poses is that it makes itverydif^cult
to know wherecertain traffic is coming 8^om. ForexampIe,amalicious
attacker could useitto obscure his or her IP address.
MARFOREUR/AF's systems could be attacked by China and we would
not know where they are coming ^om. The threat posed by this is not
necessarily and insider one, it is primarily an outside threat. It would
make it very difficult to monitor traflic of an individual/organization
utilizingTor.
b. ^(^(ll//FOUO)C^untermeasure. Atthis point, there is notmuch in
the way of defenseas the ^^standard" filtering ofTortrafl^ccan be
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attacks may be coming ^om.
(U^SCCPhaeking^attackingtheSS7^SlGTl^ applications ousted
further an^ mapping the ^h^ne system. In this talk, Philippe Langolis
discussed the current state ofthe phone system. Hesaid,^^SS7 is like TCP/IP in
thel990s.Itused to be i^uiteasecure network because nobody outside the
organizations (here, the mobile operators and telecom companies) were connected
to it. Now it^s getting interconnected to new actors which are not that trustworthy.
He fi^erwent on to saythat the Blue Box (used togenerate tones which can
access the ^^supervisory" function ofthephonesystem. From there, additional
tonescanbeused to generate desired eflects) is makingacome back. There^sa
world beyond pure SS7: the phone system applications themselves and most
notably what transforms phonenumbers into telecom addresses(also known as
Point Codes, DPCs and OPCs; Subsystem Numbers, SSNs and othervarious
fun.), and that^s called Global Title Translation. Few peopleactuallyrealize that
thenumbers they arepunching on theirphoneareactuallythe same digits that are
used fi:^rthis critical translation fiinction, and translate these into themythical
DPCs, SSNs and IMSIs.Moreandmoredatais now goingthrough the phone
netwo^, creatingmore entry point forregular attars to happen: injections,
overflow,DoS by overloading capacities. The mobile part is openingup, thanks
to involuntary support 8^om Motorola, Apple and Android."
a. (U^Analysis.Theattack surface for GSM is increasing daily. With more
entry points, the technology is at the tip ofthe security nightmare iceberg.
More securityproblems will ensue in the next few years.
b. (1^ Countermeasure. N/A.
7. (l^)DD^S/b^tnetmitigation^hostingonlineeommunities.ThistaIk
discussed the ^^business" of running an online community,suchas,asocial
network, newsgroup, etc. The discuss honed in on what needs to happen while
experiencingaDenialofService (DoS) attack. Essentially,the speaker stressed
the need to haveagood relationship with the ISP orwebhosting service incase
something out ofthe ordinary should happen.
a. (^Analysis.This discussion was relatively inert; however, it does go to
show that the sophistication ofsome ofthe ^^derground" online
communities are looking at hosting as more ofabusiness—in such to keep
their communities up incaseofadisaster or attack.
b. (1^ Countermeasure. N/A.
^. ( f us i ng OpenBSCforfu:^ng of GSM^han^sets. More tools are available to
attackers looking to exploitingtheGSM netwoi^.Thisdiscussionpainted the
picture as to the current state ofthe GSM attack surface. The GSM protocol stack
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isacommunications protocol stack like any other. There are many layers of
protocols, headers, TL^^s, length fields that can ^^accidentally^^ be longer or
shorterthan the actual content. There are timers and statemachines.Wrong
messages can triggerinvalid state transitions. This protocol stack inside the
telephoneis implemented inCIanguageon the baseband processoronareal-time
operating system without anymemoryprotection. This flaw means that the attack
surface is increased; especiaIIy,becauseofOpenBSC. OpenBSC isatool that is
^eelyavailable that can be used for GSM protocolhacking.
a. ^^^(8i^i^^(l^//F01^0)Analysis.GSMnetworkshave,forthemos^
been offlimits for attackers(phreakers)historicalIy speaking. With the
release ofthese^eelyavailableGSM protocol tooIs(OpenBSC), the
avenues for attacking GSM hasgreatlyincreased. This could bea
precursor forasecurity nightmare on the GSM network. Expecttosee
moreattacks on the GSM network in the nearfuture.
b. ^(S//NF)(ll//F01^0)Countermeasure.Enfi:^rcingOPSECand
INFOSEC training isamust. As the GSM network can be attacked by
anyone not only fi:^reavesdropping, but for denying service. Consider
using secure Iridium phones whenever practical.
9 (II) ^^Yes^eCan^tl^-onldleptographyan^ cryptovirology. What is
kleptogr^hpy and cryptovirology? IGeptography(the art of employing public key
cryptographymaliciouslyaspartofamalwareatta^,suchasinransomware)and
thereIatedcryptoviroIogy(the art of embedding cryptographic Trojans inside
tamper-proof cryptosystems). Duringthis talk Dr. MotiYung discussed some of
therealitiesofthese threats. Hedidn't go into detail ofhow to employ the two,
but he did underscorethesecuritythreatthatthe two malicious attacks can
present.Thisisaninstancewheresomethingthatwasdevelopedtobringsecurity
and peaceofmindhasbeenmanipulated into somethingthat an attacker can use
to blackmail and/or attack withoutmuchefldrt.
c. (l^)Analysis.These two attacks are veryserious and can be difficult to
attack and remedy. Traditional virus signatures will haveahard time
recognizing cryptovirology. Phishing attacks, especially brought on by
poorOP^ECandPII practices, make this attaekeasierto be
conducted.
d. ^(^(l^//F01^0) Countermeasure. Ensure that users are briefed about
phishing and spearfishing attacks. I^eep virus definitions up-to-date and
ensure that email signatures are being utilized within MARFOREUR/AF.
At home, do not open email that you do not know the sender. Beweary,if
adeal sounds toogood to be true, it most likely is.
10. (11) Black Ops ofPl^.This talk wasgiven by Dan l^^aminsky. He isa
penetration tester ^rasecurity company in the US. He made the case fi:^r the
insecurity ofPI^I on the Intemet. Mainly, because ofthe lack oftrusted
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certificateauthorities—it is fartooeasytoobtaina^^alid" certificate. Further, he
explained some ofthe common ways tomas^ueradeasavalidcertificatein
several different web browsers (IntemetExpIorer being one). He went on to
praisetheDoD for havingaworkingPI^I system. Fortheopen Intemet, he said
he had hope in Secure DNS inhopefuIIycu:ibingthenumberof
invalid/unauthorized certificateauthorities.BasicaIIy,makingitharderto obtain
acertificateand makingP^I more secure.
a. (1^ Analysis. Secure DNS will help with the issueofcertif^cateauthority
on the Intemet. It is scheduled to be released within about six months.
The current state is that Pinion the Intemet should not be considereda
means to identify an entity oruser is who they saytheyare.The DoD
should continueto implement and secure the PI^ICAs to ensure the
in^astructure validity.
b. (11^ Countermeasure. Ensure thatusers at MARFOREUR/AFareaware
that the Pinion the Intemet is notthesameasPI^I within the DoD. It is
notsecure,so do not trust it like you wouldatwork. Not to say it cannot
be trusted, it justneeds to be scrutinized more.
(l^Conelusion.The Chaos Communication Congress 26C3 Here Be Dragons
conferencewasagood security conference to attend. It explored the ^^out-of-band"
securityissues faced bysystems currently employed bythe world and specifically, the
DoD(MARFOEUR/AF). Theconfi^renceprovidedagood means to observe the hacker
communityinEurope. Thetalksprovidedinterestingandthoughtprovokingsecurity
discussions which can be used to provide awareness at MARFOREUR/AF. FromwhatI
gathered, there were no impending direct attacks (hacks)on US Persons or
MARFOREURattheconference.
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Prosecution Exhibit 53
14 pages
classified
"SECRET"
ordered sealed for Reason 2
Military Judge's Seal Order
dated 20 August 2013
stored in the classified
supplement to the original
Record of Trial
Intelligeoce Aoalyst Course
CourseA/ersion: 243-35F10 / 001
Delivery Group/Phase: A / 0
Status: Commandant Approved as of 2008-10-02
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE
Lesson 1 Section I Administrative Data 4
Section II Introduction 7
Terminal Learning Objective - Identify 35F10 Course Administrative
and Academic policies 7
Section III Presentation 9
Section IV Summary 10
Section V Student Evaluation 11
Lesson 2 Section I Administrative Data 12
Section II Introduction 15
Terminal Learning Objective - Identify principles of protecting classified
information, material and media 15
Section III Presentation 17
Section IV Summary 53
Section V Student Evaluation 54
Lesson 3 Section I Administrative Data 55
Section II Introduction 58
Terminal Learning Objective - Present Intelligence Findings 58
Section III Presentation 65
Section IV Summary 461
Section V Student Evaluation 463
Lesson 4 Section I Administrative Data 464
Section II Introduction 468
Terminal Learning Objective - Perform Map Analysis and Construct
Proper Military Symbology 468
Section III Presentation 470
Section IV Summary 577
Section V Student Evaluation 578
Lesson 5 Section I Administrative Data 579
Section II Introduction 582
Terminal Learning Objective - Define the Operational Environment and
Identify U.S. Warfighting Doctrine 592
Section III Presentation 606
Section IV Summary 617
Section V Student Evaluation 618
Lesson 6 Section I Administrative Data 619
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Terminal Learning Objective EvaluatetheThreat 662
Section III Presentation 664
Section IV Summary 670
SectionV Student Evaluation 671
Lesson8 SectionI Administrative Data 672
Section II Introduction 675
Terminal Learning Objective DetermineThreat Courses of Action
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Section IV Summary 692
SectionV Student Evaluation 693
Lesson9 SectionI Administrative Data 694
Section II Introduction 697
Terminal Learning Objective Draft ani si c Plan 697
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Section IV Summary 702
SectionV Student Evaluation 703
LessonIO SectionI Administrative Data 704
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Terminal Learning Objective-ConductTargeting in Phase III and
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Section III Presentation 710
Section IV Summary 791
SectionV Student Evaluation 792
Lesson11 SectionI Administrative Data 793
Section II Introduction 796
Terminal Learning Objective Conduct Intelligence Analysis 796
Section III Presentation 797
Section IV Summary 807
SectionV Student Evaluation 808
Lesson 12 SectionI Administrative Data 809
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Section IV Summary 821
SectionV Student Evaluation 822
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Section IV Summary 851
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