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Intelligence

*FM 2-0

Field Manual
No. 2-0
Headquarters
Department of the Army
Washington, DC, 17 May 2004

FM 2-0

INTELLIGENCE

Contents

Cover
PREFACE
PART ONE INTELLIGENCE IN THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
Chapter 1 INTELLIGENCE AND THE OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
Role of Intelligence
The Intelligence Battlefield Operating System
Intelligence Tasks (METL)
The Operational Environment
Dimensions of the Operational Environment
Critical Variables of the Contemporary Operational Environment
The Intelligence Process
Intelligence Disciplines
Force Projection Operations
Chapter 2 INTELLIGENCE AND UNIFIED ACTION
Unified Action
The Levels of War
Categories of Intelligence
Intelligence Community
Unified Action Intelligence Operations
Intelligence Reach
PART TWO INTELLIGENCE IN FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS
Chapter 3 FUNDAMENTALS IN FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS
Full Spectrum Operations
Elements of Combat Power
The Foundations of Army Operations
The Operational Framework
Army Capabilities
Chapter 4 INTELLIGENCE PROCESS IN FULL SPECTRUM OPERATIONS
The Intelligence Process
Plan
Prepare
Collect
Process
Produce
Common Intelligence Process Tasks
PART THREE MILITARY INTELLIGENCE DISCIPLINES
Chapter 5 ALL-SOURCE INTELLIGENCE
Definition
Role
Fundamentals
Chapter 6 HUMAN INTELLIGENCE
Definition
Role
HUMINT Functions
Operational Employment
HUMINT Equipment
Integration of Linguists
Battle Hand-Off
Organization
Chapter 7 IMAGERY INTELLIGENCE
Definition
Role
Fundamentals
Chapter 8 SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
Definition
Role
Fundamentals
Chapter 9 MEASUREMENT AND SIGNATURES INTELLIGENCE
Definition
Role
Fundamentals
Chapter 10 TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE
Definition
Role
Fundamentals
Chapter 11 COUNTERINTELLIGENCE
Definition
Role
Counterintelligence Functions
Operational Employment
Counterintelligence Equipment
Integration of Linguists
Battle Hand-Off
Organization
Appendix A INTELLIGENCE AND INFORMATION OPERATIONS
The Information Environment
The Commander and Information
Information Superiority
Appendix B LINGUIST SUPPORT
Role of Linguists
Linguistic Support Categories
Determining Linguist Requirements
Planning and Managing Linguist Support
Sources of Linguists
Evaluating Linguist Proficiency
Sustaining Military Linguist Proficiency
  GLOSSARY
  BIBLIOGRAPHY
  AUTHENTICATION

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*This publication supersedes FM 34-1, 27 September 1994.

 



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