FM 34-2-1: TTPs For Reconnaissance And Surveillance And Intelligence Support To Counterreconnaissance
MANAGEMENT TOOLS FOR RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEILLANCE OPERATIONS
This appendix contains the following checklists, formats, and reports used in planning and supervising R&S missions. NOTE: This appendix can be reproduced and used in the field as a pocket guide.
- Figure A-1. Example of an intelligence estimate in matrix format.
- Figure A-2. R&S tasking matrix.
- Figure A-3. Different versions of the R&S tasking matrix.
- Figure A-4. R&S checklist.
NOTE: The purpose of the R&S checklist is to make sure complete coordination is conducted for all R&S operations.
- Figure A-5. Collection plan format.
- Figure A-6. IEW Asset redeployment matrix.
- Figure A-7. Reconnaissance asset utilization matrix.
- Figure A-8. A patrol plan.
- Figure A-9. Patrol report format.
- Figure A-10. Hints on debriefing patrols.
- Figure A-11. GSR or REMBASS plan format.
- Figure A-12. GSR or REMBASS briefing checklist.
- Figure A-13. Standard collection asset request format (SCARF) basic format.
- Figure A-14. Mission report format.
|Figure A-5. Collection plan format.|
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Asset managers use the standard collection asset request format (SCARF) for intelligence requirements tasking and for requesting information from higher or adjacent headquarters. At corps and division, intelligence requirements tasking is directed toward MI commanders and commanders of other elements of the combat force capable of collecting the information.
Intelligence requirements tasking provides the selected unit with a specific requirement, but not with specific instructions for carrying out the mission. The SCARF tells you--
- What information is needed.
- Where to look for the movers, shooters, sitters, and emitters.
- When to look.
- When the information is needed.
- What to look with (in some cases).
This form is used to request a joint tactical air reconnaissance or surveillance mission. The form states requirements, identifies needs, and, occasionally, specifies the actual air asset to perform the mission.
Any echelon initiates the request. It is used for both immediate and preplanned mission requirements. The requestor completes section 1 of the request for each specific mission. Normally, these requests are transmitted by electrical means. The headquarters receiving the request adds information required to validate or complete the request. Obtain DD Form 1975 through your S1.
Air units include strike or attack, reconnaissance or surveillance, airlift, observation, and helicopter. Air units use the mission report to report the results of all missions and significant sightings along the route of the flight.
The mission report amplifies the inflight report and is normally submitted within 30 minutes after aircraft landing to--
- The tasking agency.
- The requesting unit or agency.
- Other interested organizations.
When the EW air task or mission is completed, intelligence personnel conduct a briefing and submit a mission report.
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