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Intelligence

FM 34-52

HEADQUARTERS
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Washington, DC, 8 May 1987


FM 34-52

INTELLIGENCE INTERROGATION


Table of Contents


  1. PREFACE
  2. CHAPTER 1 INTERROGATION AND THE INTERROGATOR
    1. PRINCIPLES OF INTERROGATION
    2. SOURCES OF INFORMATION
    3. PERSONAL QUALITIES
    4. SPECIALIZED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE
  3. CHAPTER 2 ROLE OF THE INTERROGATOR
    1. COMMANDER'S MISSION UNDER AIR-LAND BATTLE
    2. MILITARY INTELLIGENCE ADN INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLEFIELD
    3. INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
    4. COUNTERINTELLIGENCE
    5. ELECTRONIC WARFARE
    6. CAPABILITIES AND LIMITATIONS OF INTERROGATORS
  4. CHAPTER 3 INTERROGATION PROCESS
    1. SCREENING SOURCES
    2. INTERROGATING PROCEDURES
  5. CHAPTER 4 PROCESSING CAPTURED ENEMY DOCUMENTS
    1. DOCUMENT HANDLING
    2. DOCUMENT EXPLOITATION
    3. EVACUATION PROCEDURES
    4. DOCUMENTS CAPTURED WITH A SOURCE
  6. CHAPTER 5 DIRECT AND SUPERVISE INTERROGATION OPERATIONS
    1. ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE
    2. PREPARE AND MOVE TO THE DEPLOYMENT SITE
    3. SUPERVISE THE INTERROGATION PROCESS
    4. SUPERVISE THE CED PROCESSING CYCLE
    5. SUPERVISE ADMINISTRATIVE TASKS
  7. CHAPTER 6 OPERATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
    1. COMMAND RELATIONSHIPS
    2. TASKING RELATIONSHIPS
    3. SUPPORT RELATIONSHIPS
    4. INTERROGATOR TRAINING
  8. CHAPTER 7 STRATEGIC DEBRIEFING
    1. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    2. NOTIFICATION
    3. PLANNING AND PREPARATION
    4. CONTACT AND INTERVIEW
    5. COMPONENTS OF STRATEGIC INTELLIGENCE
    6. INTELLIGENCE CYCLE
  9. CHAPTER 8 JOINT INTERROGATION FACILITIES
    1. FORMATION
    2. USE
  10. CHAPTER 9 LOW INTENSITY CONFLICT
    1. TERMINOLOGY
    2. OPERATIONAL CONCEPT FOR LOW-INTENSITY CONFLICT
    3. INTERROGATION SUPPORT TO LOW-INTENSITY CONFLICT
    4. THE SOURCE
    5. INTERROGATION OPERATIONS