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                                                 MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTALION
                                                   INFANTRY DIVISION (AIRBORNE)
                                                                 OR
                                                 MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTALION
                                                 INFANTRY DIVISION (AIR ASSAULT)
                                                                 OR
                                                 MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTALION
                                                     INFANTRY DIVISION (LIGHT)
                                       DESIGNATION:  _____ MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTALION,
                                                     INFANTRY DIVISION (AIRBORNE)
                                                                 OR
                                                     _____ MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTALION,
                                                     INFANTRY DIVISION (AIR ASSAULT)
                                                                 OR
                                                     _____ MILITARY INTELLIGENCE BATTALION,
                                                     INFANTRY DIVISION (LIGHT)
                            * TOE 34355A100 - WHEN ASSIGNED TO THE INFANTRY DIVISION (AIRBORNE/AIR ASSAULT)
                            * TOE 34355A200 - WHEN ASSIGNED TO THE INFANTRY DIVISION (LIGHT)
1.  MISSION.  PROVIDE COMBAT INTELLIGENCE, ELECTRONIC WARFARE,
COUNTERINTELLIGENCE, AND ALL SOURCE INTELLIGENCE PRODUCTION TO
UNITS OF THE AIRBORNE OR AIR ASSAULT DIVISION.
2.  ASSIGNMENT.  ASSIGNED TO THE INFANTRY DIVISION (AIRBORNE),
TOE 57000L; THE INFANTRY DIVISION (AIR ASSAULT), TOE 67000L;
OR THE INFANTRY DIVISION (LIGHT), TOE 77000L.
3.  CAPABILITIES.
    A.  AT LEVEL 1, THIS UNIT PROVIDES:
    (1)  MULTIDISIPLINE INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION, ELECTRONIC
WARFARE, AND COUNTERINTELLIGENCE SUPPORT, TO INCLUDE SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION AND DIRECTION FINDING, INTERROGATION
OF PRISONERS OF WAR, LONG RANGE SURVEILLANCE BY HUMAN
INTELLIGENCE (HUMINT) ASSETS AND IMAGERY INTELLIGENCE.
    (2)  A SINGLE INTELLIGENCE COMMANDER RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT AND TECHNICAL CONTROL OF INTELLIGENCE
ASSETS ORGANIC OR ATTACHED TO THE DIVISION.
    (3)  INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION MANAGEMENT, SINGLE SOURCE
PROCESSING, ALL SOURCE PRODUCTION, AND DISSEMINATION FOR THE
DIVISION.
    (4)  INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION, PROCESSING AND MANAGEMENT
SUPPORT TO MANEUVER BRIGADES.
    (5)  LONG-RANGE RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEILLANCE FOR THE
COLLECTION OF HUMAN INTELLIGENCE IN SUPPORT OF THE DIVISION.
    B.  THIS UNIT PROVIDES MAINTENANCE ON ORGANIC EQUIPMENT IN
THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:
    (1)  UNIT MAINTENANCE ON ALL EQUIPMENT.
    (2)  DIRECT SUPPORT MAINTENANCE ON INTELLIGENCE AND
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (IEW), COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC) AND
CONTROLLED CRYPTOGRAPHIC ITEMS (CCI), AND COMMUNICATIONS
ELECTRONIC (C-E) EQUIPMENT FOR ASSIGNED UNITS AND FOR THE IEW
EQUIPMENT IN THE CEWI PLATOON, TOE 01108A000, OF THE COMMAND
AVIATION COMPANY.
    C.  THE COLUMS UNDER LEVELS 2 AND 3 ADAPT THIS TABLE FOR
REDUCED OPERATIONAL CAPABILITIES IN DECREMENTS OF 10% FROM
100% AT LEVEL ONE TO APPROXIMATELY 90% AT LEVEL TWO AND
APPROXIMATELY 80% AT LEVEL THREE.
    D.  THIS UNIT IS NOT ADAPTABLE TO TYPE B ORGANIZATION.
    E.  THE COLUMNS DESIGNATED BY LEVEL 1 THROUGH 3 ARE
DESIGNED TO RELATE TO THE CATEGORIES ESTABLISHED IN AR 220-1,
UNIT STATUS REPORTING.
    F.  INDIVIDUALS OF THIS ORGANIZATION, EXCEPT CHAPLAIN, CAN
ASSIST IN THE COORDINATED DEFENSE OF THE UNIT'S AREA OR
INSTALLATION.
    G.  THIS UNIT IS DEPENDENT UPON:
    (1)  APPROPRIATE ELEMENTS OF THE DIVISION OR CORPS FOR
MEDICAL, LEGAL, FINANCE, PERSONNEL AND ADMINISTRATIVE
SERVICES, MAINTENANCE BEYOND THE UNIT'S
CAPABILITIES, SUPPLEMENTAL TRANSPORTATION SERVICES, AND
COORDINATION FOR SUPPORT FROM OTHER U.S. OR ALLIED FORCES.
    (2)  WHEN ASSIGNED TO THE INFANTRY DIVISION (AIRBORNE)
APPROPRIATE ELEMENTS OF THE DIVISION FOR REPACKING/REPAIR OF
PARACHUTES, RIGGING/LOADING OF SUPPLIES/EQUIPMENT FOR AERIAL
RESUPPLY AND AIRBORNE OPERATIONS.
    H.  WHEN ASSIGNED TO AN AIRBORNE UNIT, ALL PERSONNEL WILL
HAVE THE SPECIAL QUALIFICATION IDENTIFIER (SQI) 'P',
PARACHUTIST, ASSIGNED.
4.  BASIS OF ALLOCATION.  ONE PER AIRBORNE, AIR ASSAULT, OR
LIGHT INFANTRY DIVISION.
5.  CATEGORY.  THIS UNIT IS DESIGNATED A CATEGORY II UNIT.
(FOR UNIT CATEGORIES, SEE AR 310-25.)
6.  MOBILITY.  FOR MOBILITY OF THE ORGANIZATIONAL COMPONENTS
OF THIS UNIT, SEE SECTION I OF THE RESPECTIVE TOE'S LISTED AS
PARAGRAPHS IN SECTION II OF THIS TOE.
7.  DOCTRINE.  THE FOLLOWING DOCTRINAL PUBLICATIONS ARE
APPLICABLE TO THE OPERATION OF THIS UNIT:
    AR 380-5, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY INFORMATION SECURITY
PROGRAM
    AR 381-10, U.S. ARMY INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES
    AR 381-20, U.S. ARMY COUNTERINTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES
    AR 381-47, U.S. ARMY OFFENSIVE COUNTERESPIONAGE
ACTIVITIES
    AR 530-1, OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC)
    FM 3-3, NBC CONTAMINATION AVOIDANCE
    FM 3-4, NBC PROTECTION
    FM 3-5, NBC DECONTAMINATION
    FM 3-12, OPERATIONAL ASPECTS OF RADIOLOGICAL DEFENSE.
    FM 5-30, ENGINEER INTELLIGENCE
    FM 7-93, LONG RANGE SURVEILLANCE UNIT OPERATIONS
    FM 10-52, WATER SUPPLY IN A THEATER OF OPERATIONS
    FM 10-67, PETROLEUM SUPPLY IN A THEATER OF OPERATIONS
    FM 10-400, QUARTERMASTER AIRDROP AND AIRDROP SUPPORT
    FM 12-11, ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT IN THEATER OF
OPERATIONS
    FM 19-30, PHYSICAL SECURITY
    FM 19-40, ENEMY POW, CIVILIAN INTERNEES AND DETAINED
PERSONS
    FM 29-19, REPAIR PARTS SUPPLY IN A THEATER OF OPERATIONS
    FM 29-51, DIVISION SUPPLY AND FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS
    FM 31-70, BASIC COLD WEATHER
    FM 31-85, REAR AREA PROTECTION OPERATIONS
    FM 34-1, INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE OPERATIONS
    FM 34-2, COLLECTION MANAGEMENT AND SYNCHRONIZATION
PLANNING
    FM 34-3, INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS
    FM 34-5, (S) HUMAN INTELLIGENCE AND RELATED
COUNTERINTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS (U)
    FM 34-10, DIVISION INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS
    FM 34-10-1, TTP FOR THE REMOTELY MONITORED BATTLEFIELD
SENSOR SYSTEM
    FM 34-25, CORPS INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONICS (IEW) WARFARE
OPERATIONS
    FM 34-37, ECHELON ABOVE CORPS INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONICS
(IEW) WARFARE OPERATIONS
    FM 34-40, (S) INTELLIGENCE AND ELECTRONICS WARFARE
OPERATIONS (U)
    FM 34-52, INTELLIGENCE INTERROGATION
    FM 34-54, BATTLEFIELD TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE
    FM 34-60, COUNTERINELLIGENCE
    FM 34-80, BDE AND BN INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OPERATIONS
    FM 34-130, INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLEFIELD
    FM 43-12, DIVISION MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
    FM 63-2, COMBAT SERVICE SUPPORT OPERATIONS - DIVISION
    FM 71-100-2, INFANTRY DIVISION OPERATIONS, TACTICS,
TECHNIQUES AND PROCEDURES
    FM 90-1, EMPLOYMENT OF ARMY AVIATION UNITS IN A HIGH
THREAT ENVIRONMENT
    FM 90-2, TACTICAL OPERATIONS
    FM 90-3, DESERT OPERATIONS
    FM 90-5, JUNGLE OPERATIONS
    FM 90-6, MOUNTAIN OPERATIONS
    FM 90-11, COLD WEATHER OPERATIONS
    FM 90-29, NONCOMBATANT EVACUATION OPERATIONS
    FM 100-5, OPERATIONS
    FM 100-10, SPACE SUPPORT FOR ARMY OPERATIONS
    FM 100-11, FORCE INTEGRATION
    FM 100-15, CORPS OPERATIONS
    FM 100-15-1, CORPS OPERATIONS, TACTICS, TECHNIQUES
AND PROCEDURES
    FM 100-27, DOCTRINE FOR JOINT AIRBORNE AND TACTICAL
AIRLIFT OPERATIONS
    FM 101-5, COMMAND AND CONTROL FOR COMMANDERS AND BATTLE
STAFFS
    FM 101-10-1, STAFF OFFICERS FIELD MANUAL:  ORGANIZATIONAL,
TECHNICAL AND LOGISTICAL DATA
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