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Intelligence

U.S. Department of Defense Policy

Joint Publications

  • 2008 Defense Intelligence Strategy May 2008
  • Commanding General David H. Petraeus' Letter about Values Multi-National Forces - Iraq 10 May 2007 -- "Our values and the laws governing warfare teach us to respect human dignity, maintain our integrity, and do what is right. Adherence to our values distinguishes us from our enemy. This fight depends on securing the population, which must understand that we - not our enemies - occupy the moral high ground." [PDF Version]
  • DoD Directive No. 3115.09: DoD Intelligence Interrogations, Detainee Debriefings, and Tactical Questioning 03 Nov 2005 -- "By the authority vested in the Secretary of Defense under references (a) through (c), this Directive: (...) Consolidates and codifies existing Departmental policies, including the requirement for humane treatment during all intelligence interrogations, detainee debriefings, or tactical questioning to gain intelligence from captured or detained personnel(...); Assigns responsibilities for intelligence interrogations, detainee debriefings, tactical questioning, and supporting activities conducted by DoD personnel (...); Establishes requirements for reporting violations of the policy regarding humane treatment during intelligence interrogations, detainee debriefings, or tactical questioning." [PDF 1.19MB]
  • DoD Directive 5240.1, "DoD Intelligence Activities" April 28, 1988
  • Counterterrorism Analysis Course Defense Intelligence College Introduction To Terrorist Intelligence Analysis

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