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1 MI SBCT ISR Doctrinal Operations & Organization 

2 MI Action: ID the roles and responsibilities of the Major Intelligence Sections in the SBCT. Conditions: Given a classroom delivered lecture Standards: Successfully Understand the section roles and tasks necessary to provide the enemy red picture into the COP

3 MI Paradigm Shift “Understand the situation, maneuver the force to a point and time of our choosing, make contact with the adversary...”“Understand the situation, maneuver the force to a point and time of our choosing, make contact with the adversary...” “Movement to contact, make contact, develop the situation (in contact), maneuver (in contact) to a point in time and space of advantage, conduct counterattack...” OLD Paradigm NEW Paradigm

4 MI How Does the CDR Understand The Situation? That’s Our Job As Intelligence Professionals

5 MI Battlefield Configuration (SSC) II BC IN A

6 MI BDE & BN S2 Shops The S2 at all levels provides Situational Awareness of the threat, terrain, and weather to the commander and staff. The S2 assists the commander in synchronizing intelligence with the ISR integration effort. (If you don’t do your job; your boss will) Intelligence capabilities available to the unit + S2s understanding of the threat = intelligence products & recommendations to the commander. Over 200 MI positions = tremendous capability) The S2 also exercises staff responsibility for intelligence training. –Digital systems training and functions training are both important

7 MI ORGANIZATION @ BDE No Dedicated Ops Officer or Planner but plenty of Ops and planning to do Key is to organize S2 staff and use the ISR Analysis and ISR Integration Platoons to help meet mission requirements The staff is responsible for producing intelligence that depicts the current threat situation and predicts future threat objectives, capabilities, and COAs. Synchronization and collaboration is mandatory in order to plan, prepare, execute, and assess brigade’s ISR operations

8 MI Bde CP - S2 1 x 35D O4 Bde S2 1 x 35D O3 Assistant S2 1 x 350B W2 Sr Analyst 1 x 11B E8 1 x 96B E7 Analyst 1 x 96B E5 Analyst 2 x 96B E4 Analyst 2 x 96B E3 Analyst 1 x 71L E4 RWS TAC CP ASAS-L 1 x 35D O3 Battle CPT 1 x 96B E6 Analyst S2 - Translates Cdr’s intent, concept of ops, and PIR into Intel guidance - Supervises and directs all MI ops - Focuses and integrates ISR planning - Provides Cdr and staff with assessment of threat capability and intentions S2 Operations - Maintains threat portion of the current sit overlay and Intel portion of the BCT’s COP - Collaborates with subordinate S2s on Intel products - Controls dissemination of Intel to higher - Pulls higher current situation overlays - Collaborates and integrates with Bde ISR analysis and Bde S2 - Loads relevant overlays - Displays predictive analysis - Maintains enemy situation overlay S2 Plans - Orchestrates IPB in support of MDMP - Collaborates with subordinate S2s on Intel products - Develops and Wargames Threat COAs - Integrates ISR planning into MDMP - Monitors synchronization of ISR assets with requirements BDE Intelligence Staff

9 MI S2 SENIOR INTELLIGENCE OFFICER The S2 ensures the brigade’s complex ISR operations satisfy the CCIR, specifically the commander’s PIR, and those of his subordinates. The S2, together with the S3, helps the commander coordinate, integrate, and supervise the execution of ISR plans and operations. The S2 is also responsible for providing immediate intelligence support to subordinate unit commanders. The S2 advises the commander on the capabilities of organic ISR assets, EAB intelligence collection capabilities, and the intelligence architecture The S2 assists the commander on focusing and integrating these assets and resources to satisfy the intelligence requirements of the brigade.

10 MI BDE Intelligence Staff General Observations –ISR management in MI Company –Robust collection capability is plans/synchronization intensive –Close integration between MI Company and S2 OPS/Plans Critical –Close integration between S2X into ISR plan –Close integration between S2X and analysis platoon within MI Company –Limited SASO digital graphics & analysis capability in ABCS –Limited bandwidth between BDE and BN TOCs

11 MI Specific S2 Responsibilities Provide situation development, Target development and support to targeting, and I&W, Support to BDA, support to Force Protection. Assessments of threat capabilities, intentions, and COAs as they relate to the brigade and its mission. Identify gaps in intelligence and advise the commander on developing collection strategies. Disseminate intelligence products throughout the brigade. Answer RFIs from subordinate commanders, staffs, and higher and adjacent units. Coordinate the brigade’s intelligence requirements with EABs.

12 MI S2 Operations The S2 operations team is responsible for threat situation development and presentation. The S2 operations team focuses on the threat activity and environment within the brigade’s AO and AOI that affect the current operation. The S2 operations team uses automated tools to continuously integrate information and intelligence products from subordinate battalion S2s and supporting ISR organizations to update the threat situation. This situation assessment forms the threat portion of the brigade COP. The S2 operations team assists the S2 in tracking threat COAs and alerting the commander to changes to predicted threat COAs, capabilities, or intentions. Where does this information come from?

13 MI Ops Team Responsibilities Develop the current threat situation graphic. Present the current threat situation and projected threat COAs. Assist in identifying opportunities for friendly branches and sequels by monitoring the current threat situation and identifying when the planning assumptions for the threat begin to diverge from the predicted COA.

14 MI Ops Team Responsibilities Manage ISR operations within the brigade’s AOIR.

15 MI FBCB2 ASAS IN BN ASAS IN BN ASAS BN IN ASAS CAV ASAS MI CO ASAS BDE S2 JCDB HIGHER S= 3 A=MV North L=EN123456 U=UI T=071200Z E=BMP Ops Team Responsibility RED COP Maintain the intelligence portion of the brigade’s COP. Support the distributed and collaborative production of the EAB G2 Control the dissemination of intelligence products from the brigade K04.1 S303 EOBSREP EDC

16 MI S2 Plans The S2 plans team is responsible for threat COA development and wargaming. The S2 plans team Works with the S3 planner and other staff elements to plan for future operations using the MDMP. What Support Comes From the MI Company?

17 MI S2 Plans WARGAMING = ART + SCIENCE Intuition Experience COMMANDERART Wargaming is still, however, a logical, step by step, analytical process. Experience Appreciation of historical data Technical foundation STAFFSCIENCE Refines and presents threat COAs, as part of an integrated staff effort, during mission analysis, COA development, and wargaming.

18 MI S2 Plans Works with the S3 planner to coordinate w RSTA Squadron for incorporation of RSTA ISR planning into the brigade’s overall ISR effort. Writes the Intelligence Annex (B) and the intelligence portions of the brigade OPORD. Coordinates with the MI Company for the development and publication of the intelligence estimate, collection matrix, and IEW synchronization matrix. Coordinates with the S2 operations team to ensure future COAs are reflected in the current situation. Wargames threat COAs against friendly COAs during staff planning and decision-making. Assists the brigade’s fires and effects coordination cell (FECC) by identifying threat HVTs and recommending potential HPTs for both lethal and non-lethal attack (to include offensive IO).

19 MI S2X The S2X is the principal advisor to the commander for all matters concerning the conduct of HUMINT and CI activities. The S2X provides oversight and technical support for all HUMINT and CI activities. He assists the brigade in developing the HUMINT and CI collection requirements. The S2X team consists of the S2X Officer, the HUMINT Operations Cell (HOC), and the Counterintelligence Coordinating Authority (CICA).

20 MI S2X The S2X team provides the expertise for the conduct of HUMINT and CI operations in the brigade’s AOIR. While the Cavalry Squadron (RSTA) and MI Company are responsible for tactical HUMINT collection and CI support within the brigade, the S2X team provides collection focus, technical support, and technical guidance. The S2X team Supports RM through developing HUMINT and CI specific IRs from the commander’s PIRs. Deconflicts and synchronizes all HUMINT and CI activities in the brigade’s AOI. (Lessons Learned: 3/2 had 10 additional THTs in its AOR) Assists the brigade and squadron commander in developing HUMINT and CI specific orders or requests (SORs) based on the integrated ISR plan.

21 MI S2X Coordinates technical support as needed for the HUMINT and CI assets in the brigade’s AOI. Conducts analysis of HUMINT and CI reporting and provides input to the ISR Analysis Platoon. Oversees the source registry for the AOIR. Manages the Intelligence Contingency Fund (ICF) and source incentive program. Acts as system administrator for CI and HUMINT specific automation systems to ensure connectivity with higher and adjacent HUMINT and CI entities.

22 MI IN BN S2 Section x 3 1 x 35D O3 S2 1 x 35D O2 Ast S2 1 x 96B E7 SR Analyst 1 x 96B E6 SR Analyst 1 x 96B E5 Analyst 1 x 96B E4 Analyst 1 x 96B E3 Analyst ASAS-L Artillery Bn S2 1 x 35D O3 S2 1 x 13Z E8 NCOIC 1 x 96B E6 Analyst 1 x 96B E4 Analyst/ Dvr ASAS-L BSB S2 ASAS-L 1 x 35D O3 Bn S2/S3 1 x 92A E8 1 x 54B E6 1 x 96B E5 Analyst 1 x 96B E4 Analyst/ Dvr 1 x 54B E4 Situational Awareness/ Situational Development/ ASAS-L - Pulls higher current situation overlays - Collaborates and integrates with Analysis Platoon and Bde S2 - Loads relevant overlays - Executes continuous IPB - Maintains enemy situation overlay - Forwards sensor/unit reports to Bde S2 General Observations - More robust capability to produce tailored products - No change to organic collection capability - Greater capability to establish a TAC - Limited hard copy graphic reproduction capability - Challenges to provide digital graphic overlays remain - No SATCOM - Limited multi-faction SSC digital support -Challenges remain with reaching full potential with ASAS (L) in ABCS BN Intelligence Staffs ASAS-L

23 MI Get To Know Your Equipment D:\episode 09 - after church.mov

24 MI COMPANY MISSION ON ORDER, THE ____ MILITARY INTELLIGENCE COMPANY DEPLOYS TO CONDUCT INTELLIGENCE, SURVEILLANCE AND RECONNAISSANCE ANALYSIS, INTEGRATION AND TACTICAL HUMINT INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION IN SUPPORT OF THE BRIGADE AND ITS SUBORDINATE COMMANDS ACROSS THE FULL RANGE OF MILITARY OPERATIONS Company Touchstones: Deployable anywhere in the world within 96 hours Receive raw data and reports and through analysis produce a clear understandable intelligence product Responsive to brigade and subordinate unit intelligence requirements Capable of intelligence support to more than one battalion level mission

25 MI Military Intelligence Company I 3 CO HQ CGS 6 OMT 616 TAC HUMINT * SWO 2 O3 (AF) E5/6 (AF) S2X ISR Integration 23 ISR Analysis 21 73 (6/6/58 MI MOS) 24 TAC HUMINT 5 ISR Requirements 10 1 x 96H E6 1 x 96H E5 2 x 96H E4 2 x 96H E3 1 x 35F O4 1 x 351B W2 1 x 351E W2 1 x 97B E4 1 x 97E E5 1 x 35D O-2 1 x 98C E6 1 x 96B E5 2 x 96B E4 2 x 96B E3 1 x 98C E5 1 x 98C E4 1 x 98C E3 1 x 35D O-2 2 x 350B W2 1 x 96B E7 1 x 96B E6 3 x 96B E5 6 x 96B E4 5 x 96B E3 1 x 96D E5 1 x 96D E4 1 x 35D O-3 1 x 97E E8 1 x 92Y E5 1 x 35D O-3 1 x 97E E7 1 x 351B W2 1 x 351E W2 2 x 97B E4 2 x 97E E5 4 x 97E E6 4 x 97E E5 4 x 97B E5 4 x 97E E4 * Linguist augmentation upon deployment: 12 x 97E, 4 x 97B Para 1 Para 2 Para 3 Para 4Para 5Para 6 1 x 35D O-2 1 x 96B E7 2 2 Para 7 Para 9Para 8 Para 10 MI BDE Special Staff Officer Assistant S2X Battle Captain HHC Brigade Executive Officer/CM CM/Platoon Leader

26 MI MI CO ON THE BATTLEFIELD -Operates GS to BDE, likely moving through/ operating in BN AOs. -Mission dependent, OMT and teams could be DS, supporting BNs. X TOC MI ANALYSIS MI TAC HUMINT MI INTEGRATION MI I CP

27 MI MICO RELATIONSHIP WITH THE BRIGADE S2 The Analysis and Integration Platoons support the brigade S2 through combined effort, under the supervision of the MI Company commander. Initially Produce s documents the S2 “normally” produced Intimately involved in the Brigade Planning Process Responsive to Requests for Information from the S2

28 MI MICO RESPONSIBILITY IN MISSION PLANNING Majority of the MICOs operations are conducted prior to execution of the brigade mission. Must optimize use of warning orders, situation updates, parallel and anticipatory planning. Stresses standardized training across the I-BOS within the brigade (S2s) Standard language, symbols and SOPs are adopted HUMINT Operations must start early in the mission cycle

29 MI FUNDAMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS Task organize the ISR Integration and ISR Analysis platoons to provide continuous support to the brigade staff Keep the company’s HUMINT assets fully engaged in the operation; never holding them in reserve Retain the flexibility to reallocate and reposition the company assets in response to changes in the brigade’s mission Provide control teams as necessary to assist the command and control of DS HUMINT teams

30 MI ADDITIONAL KEY TASKS Team play between Integration/Analysis and TAC HUMINT Platoons (compared to the relation between old GSS Platoon and ACT) Reach Operations to ARFOR, theater, joint and national assets, to retrieve and manipulate intelligence databases and products. (Yes; National) Database Management Digital and Analog products that support MDMP and IPB Ability to support two or more separate missions

31 MI MI Company CTTL CTTL 1. Deploy & Redeploy 2. Protect the Force 3. Provide Intelligence Support 4. Develop Intelligence 5. Command & Control the Company 1a. Prepare Systems for Deployment 1b. Conduct Non-Tactical Road Marches 1c. Perform Deployment Alert Activities 1d. Family home station support 2a. Establish and Defend a Company Defensive Position 2b. Conduct Tactical Convoy 2c. Conduct Tactical HUMINT Operations 2d. Maintain Operation Secutity 3a. Conduct CGS Mission Activities 3b. Produce an ISR Plan 3c. Disseminate & Present Intelligence 3d. Conduct Tactical HUMINT Operations 3e. Produce Intelligence Products 3f. Disseminate Combat Information and Intelligence 3g. Perform Database Management 4a. Execute Tactical HUMINT Operations 4b. Conduct Reach Operations 4c. Determine and Provide the Red & Gray Portion of the COP 4d. Integrate Theater and National Intelligence Feeds,Terrain and Weather Support Products into the COP 4e. Perform Imagery Analysis 5a. Manage the IEW Architecture 5b. Plan & Produce Company Orders 5c. Sustain the Force BATTLE TASKS

32 MI Analysis Products MI 1/184 DISP DEV MI 1/184 SIT DEV MI 1/184 TGT DEV MI 1/184 IMAGERY MI 1/184 PLANS MI 1/184 DBM SITMAP Battle Tracking Intel Verification Graphic INTSUMS Doctrinal Templates Enemy SITTEMP COA analysis/verification Event Template BDA Analysis Identify HVT Sensor-Shooter Pattern Analysis Imagery Interpretation Imagery Products UAV snapshots CGS Integration Higher Imagery Support COA Development Order of Battle Intelligence Estimate Road to War Database Threat Information Correct format/input errors Export database to JCDB

33 MI ANALYSIS PLATOON MI 1/2/17 ANALYSIS  Produce Intelligence to Answer PIR  Build/Maintain the Common Operating Picture (COP)  Provide MDMP Support  Conduct Database Operations G Target Development/BDA Team MI Situation Development Team MI Disposition Development Team MI Database Management Team GG MI Platoon Headquarters 1 x 02 35D/1 x 96B40 1 x ACT-E Vehicle 4 x ASAS-L 2 x VRC-92 2 x Operations Tent 2 x 10KW Generator 2 x 30KW Generator Plans Team MI G Imagery Analysis Team

34 MI ISR Analysis Platoon CTTL CTTL 1. Produce Intelligence to Answer PIR 2. Apply Intelligence to Build/Maintain the Common Relevant Operating Picture 3. Disseminate Intelligence to the Brigade S2 4. Command & Control the Platoon 5. Prepare to Deploy 1a. Evaluate Combat Information 1b. Analyze Combat Information 1c. Synthesize Information to Answer PIR supporting Situation Development, I&W, and Force Protection, Targeting, BDA, and IPB. 1d. Fuse Intelligence from higher to support intelligence production. 1e. Research Intelligence Databases 2a. Determine and Provide the Red & Gray Portion of the COP 2b. Integrate Joint, Theater, and National Intelligence Feeds into the COP 2c. Integrate Terrain and Weather Support Products into the COP 3a. Perform Intelligence Database Management 3b. Support Battle Planning (MDMP) 3c. Support Battle Decision Making 4a. Manage the IEW Architecture, be Prepared to Conduct Split Based Operations 4b. Plan & Produce Platoon Orders 4c. Sustain the Force 5a. Alert 5b. Marshal 5c. Deploy 5d. Home Station Support MI Co SitDev Tm Disp Dev Tm TGT Dev Tm Plans Tm Imagery Tm DB Mgt Tm BATTLE TASKS (Modified)

35 MI Disposition Development Team CTTL BATTLE TASKS 1. Evaluate Combat Information 2. Analyze Combat Information 3. Synthesize Intelligence to Answer PIR supporting Situational Development, IEW and Force Protection 4. Answer RFI from Produced Analysis 5. Command & Control the Section 1a. Assess Incoming Information in Accordance with Indicators 1b. Evaluate Predictive Intelligence Products 1c. Determine Gaps, Lack of Holdings, and Discrepancies 1d. Verify Predicted Enemy COA 2a. Compare Incoming Information with Current Intelligence Picture 2b. Research Intelligence Databases 3a. Perform Intelligence Fusion 3b. Develop doctrinal threat products. 3c. Develop and Maintain SITMAP 4a. Resubmit unanswerable RFI to integration 4b. Answer RFI from subordinate battalions 5a. Plan & Produce Section Orders 5b. Sustain the Force ISR Analysis Platoon BATTLE TASKS (Modified)

36 MI 1a. Assess Incoming Intelligence in Accordance with Indicators 1b. Evaluate and Produce Predictive Intelligence Products 1c. Determine Information Gaps, Lack of Holdings, and Discrepancies 1d. Coordinate with Regional Experts 1e. Verify Predicted Enemy COA 2a. Compare Incoming Information with Current Intelligence Products 2b. Confirm Existing SITTEMP 3a. Develop and Maintain enemy analysis of the COP 3b. Assist in Target Nomination 3d. Prepare Intsum/Intrep 4a. Provide Timely Products to Clarify Operational Picture 5a. Plan & Produce Section Orders 5b. Sustain the Force Situation Development Team CTTL BATTLE TASKS 1. Evaluate Combat Information 2. Analyze Combat Information 3. Synthesize Intelligence to Develop the Situation 4. Support Battle Decision Making 5. Command & Control the Section ISR Analysis Platoon (Modified)

37 MI 1a. Assess Incoming Information in Accordance with Existing Database 1b. Integrate Information into Existing Database 2a. Request updates to the Collection Plan 2b. Monitor Joint and Combined Intelligence Effort 2c. Conduct Pattern Analysis 3a. Develop Targets 3b. Produce Event Template 3c. Review Decision Support Templates 3d. Identify High Value Targets and High Payoff Targets 3e. Integrate High Payoff Targets with the FECC 4a. Plan & Produce Section Orders 4b. Sustain the Force Targeting Development Team CTTL BATTLE TASKS 1. Evaluate Combat Information 2. Analyze Combat Information 3. Synthesize Intelligence to Support Targeting and BDA 4. Command & Control the Section ISR Analysis Platoon (Modified)

38 MI 1a. Determine Gaps, Lack of Holdings, and Discrepancies 1b. Compare Incoming Imagery with Current Holdings 1c. Interpret/Correlate UAV Imagery (still-shots) 2a. Develop Imagery Products to Support the Brigade’s Decision Making Process 2b. Develop Imagery Products to Support Situation Development, Targeting, and BDA 3a. Integrate Joint, Theater and National Intelligence Feeds into the COP 3b. Utilize Joint, Theater and National Imagery Feeds for Intelligence Planning and Mission Analysis 4a. Coordinate the IMINT Architecture 4b. Plan & Produce Section Orders 4c. Sustain the Force Imagery Interpretation Team CTTL BATTLE TASKS 1. Interpret Imagery-based Combat Information and Intelligence 2. Synthesize Imagery to Answer PIR Supporting Situation Development, I&W, and Force Protection, Targeting, BDA, and IPB. 3. Fuse Intelligence from Higher to Support Intelligence Production 4. Command & Control the Section ISR Analysis Platoon (Modified)

39 MI 1a. Produce Intelligence Products to Support Brigade MDMP 1b. Produce Enemy Course of Action Sketch Products for Future Missions 2a. Monitor Joint and Combined Intelligence Effort for Use in Future Planning 2b. Wargame Possible Threat Courses of Action 3a. Utilize Reach Operations to Provide Brigade Planning with Access to National Level Assets 3b. Integrate Terrain and Weather Support Products into the Orders Process 4a. Plan & Produce Section Orders 4b. Sustain the Force Plans Team CTTL BATTLE TASKS 1. Support Battle Planning (MDMP) and Execution 2. Analyze Combat Information 3. Fuse Intelligence from Higher to Support Intelligence Production 4. Command & Control the Section ISR Analysis Platoon (Modified)

40 MI 1a. Maintain a Threat Database 1b. Combine and associate entities 1c. Integrate Intelligence/ Information in Existing Database 1d. Perform interactive message parsing 2a. Export Relevant Portions of Database to S2s 3a. Plan & Produce Section Orders 3b. Sustain the Force Database Management Team CTTL BATTLE TASKS 1. Perform Intelligence Database Management 2. Support Battle Planning (MDMP) and Execution 3. Command & Control the Section ISR Analysis Platoon (Modified)

41 MI INTEGRATION PLATOON MI 2/0/19 INTEGRATION G MI SIGINT Analysis Team MI Common Ground Station Team Requirements Team MI Platoon Headquarters 4 x ASAS-RWS 1 x Operations Tent 1 x 10KW Generator  Develop, Analyze, and Adjust Collection Plan  Conduct CGS Operations  Conduct Single Source Intelligence Fusion  Conduct Signals Analysis and pass Tech Guidance 1 x AN/TSQ-179v2 1 x PSC-5 TACSAT 1 x 10KW Generator 1 x CGS (w/Chase and 2 x 10KW Generator) G G *Attachments from 1st Weather Sqdn and 176th Sig MI * Common Ground Station Team Trojan Spirit Team MI * Staff Weather Office GG 1 x Trojan Spirit with Chase vehicle

42 MI ISR Requirements Team 1. Prepare to Deploy 2. Conduct Mission Management 3. Conduct Requirements Management 4. Manage and recommend SIGINT operations

43 MI Common Ground Station Team Battle Tasks 1. Prepare to Deploy 2. Pull information and intelligence from higher. 3. Conduct Intelligence Analysis on collected information. 4. Disseminate information and provide early warning to assets on the battlefield.

44 MI Staff Weather Team CTTL CTTL 1. Collect Weather Information 2. Provide Weather Support to Tactical Planning 3. Provide WX Support to Battle Decision Making 4. Command & Control the Section

45 Intelligence Reconnaissance and Surveillance (ISR) Center Database/ ASAS-RWS - Maintains intelligence information database – Executes Queries – Performs combination processing to avoid redundancy of reporting and processing – Enters/receives reports Target Development/ ASAS-RWS – Builds HPTL alarms – Identifies and tracks targets – Executes equipment queries to develop entities – Sends TIDAT msgs to AFATDS – BDA Disposition Development/ ASAS-RWS - Maintains Disposition Overlay of the Bde AO – Receives pre-processed sensor info from higher – Develops Disposition Overlay by analyzing sensor reps/preprocessed info JDISS - Provides access to Natl level/Joint products - Collaborates with Natl Agencies Situation Development/ ASAS-RWS - Adds commander’s intent to display - Correlation and integration of higher HQ analysis - Integrates subordinate S2 analysis - Collaboration - Integrates raw information with analytic efforts to ensure collection is effective, and supporting to the CIC. SIGINT Ops/ ESM Workstation (2) - SIGINT analysis of raw info and SIGINT fusion - Multi-Sensor Tech Steerage, - Reachback for tech spt, planning, and requirements management ISR Requirements Management/ ASAS-RWS(2) - Support Requirements Development - Mission taskings and tech steerage for Multi-discipline sensors in RSTA - Cross BOS ISR execution - Mission management of selected sensors - Conducts requirements management - Linked to Bde Plans element - RFI management - Reachback for tech support CGS-Remote - GRCS - U2 - JSTARS - EMTI Imagery WS - Accesses/Requests - Higher Imagery Support - Exploits organic Imagery cap. S2X/ CI/ OPS-WS and CHATS - Requirements development - Msn / Asset management - RFI coordination - Asset synchronization - Source registration & deconfliction - ICF and incentives management - Access to MDITs - TAC HUMINT spt to Force Protection X X X II X I COPISR FIRESPROTECT UAV GCS - Visualization of UAV video (within 40 km) - UAV technical steerage and mission taskings 1 x 98C E6** 1 x 98C E5** 1 x 98C E4* 1 x 98C E3* ISR Analysis 1 x 350B W2 Sr Analyst 1 x 96B E7 Analyst 1 x 96B E6 Analyst ISR Integration 2 x 35D O2 ISR Integration OIC 1 x 96B E7 NCOIC 1 x 96B E5 NCOIC 1 x 35F O4 1 x 35E O3 (MTOE) 1 x 351B W2 1 x 351E W2 1 x 97E E7 1 x 97E E5 * 1 x 97B E4* 1 x 96B E4* 1 x 96B E3* From Surv Troop 1 x E5 96U** 2 x E4 96U* 1 x 96B E5 1 x 96B E3* 1 x 96D E5** 1 x 96D E4** 2 x 96B E4* 2 x 96B E3* 1 x 96H E6** 1 x 96H E5** 2 x 96H E4* 2 x 96H E3* 1 x 96B E4 ** 1 x 96B E3** 2 x 96B E5* 2 x 96B E4* 1 x 96B E4** 1 x 96B E3* BCT S2 (Forward/ CIC) ISR Analysis and Integration Center (Main) Present ASAS-RWS - Translates Cdr’s intent, concept of ops, and CCIR into Intel guidance - Supervises and directs all MI ops - Focuses and integrates ISR planning - Provides Cdr and staff with assessment of threat capability and intentions - Provides Red/ Gray portion of the COP - Develops products to facilitate Cdr’s SA Situational Awareness ASAS-RWS - Maintains threat portion of the current sit overlay and Intel portion of the BCT’s COP - Monitors and presents threat sit development and COAs - Collaborates with subordinate S2s on Intel products - Controls dissemination of Intel to higher 1 x 96B E4 1 x 96B E3 1 x 96B E4 1 x 96B E3 1 x 35D O3 Battle CPT/ OIC (MI CO Cdr) 1 x 35D O2 Battle CPT Plans/ ASAS-RWS - Receives products and graphic display from Sit Development - Monitors current Sit and wargames threat COA - Works directly for Bde S2 and linked to Bde Plans 1 x 96B E4** 1 x 96B E3 * SWO/ IMETS-L WS - Provides organic, local, high fidelity, 24 hour forecasting - Provides detailed wx effects analysis of Bde AO 1 x AF O3** 1 x AF E5/6* Focus is on the processing and fusion of internal RSTA collection. CIC BCT S2 1 x 35D O4 Bde S2 1 x 35D O3 Assistant S2 1 x 350B W2 Sr Analyst 1 x 96B E7 NCOIC 1 x 96B E5 Based on 21 June 00 OTOE

46 MI Provide Direction and Refinement 1 x 35D O2 Battle CPT ISR Analysis 2 x 350B W2 All Source Tech 1 x 96B E7 Senior Analyst 1 x 96B E6 Master Analyst Target Development – Builds HPTL alarms – Identifies and tracks targets – Executes equipment queries to develop entities – Sends TIDAT msgs to AFATDS – BDA 1 x 96B E5 2 x 96B E3 Plans - Receives products and graphic display from Sit Development - Monitors current Sit and wargames threat COA - Works directly for Bde S2 and linked to Bde Plans 1 x 96B E5 2 x 96B E3 Threat Disposition Development - Maintains Disposition Overlay of the Bde AO – Receives pre-processed sensor info from higher – Develops Disposition Overlay by analyzing sensor reps/preprocessed info 1 x 96B E5 2 x 96B E3 Situation Development - Adds commander’s intent to display - Correlation and integration of higher HQ analysis - Integrates subordinate S2 analysis - Collaboration - Integrates raw information with analytic efforts to ensure collection is effective, and supporting to the CIC. 1 x 96B E5 2 x 96B E4 Database Manager - Maintains intelligence information database – Executes Queries – Performs combination processing to avoid redundancy of reporting and processing – Enters/receives reports 1 x 96B E4 1 x 96B E3 Imagery WS -Accesses/Requests - Higher Imagery Support - Exploits organic Imagery cap. 1 x 96D E6 1 x 96D E4 Intel Reports Collaborative Analysis Interactive Production Interactive Production Collaborative Planning Sensor To Shooter Link to Brigade

47 MI Analysis Products MI 1/184 DISP DEV MI 1/184 SIT DEV MI 1/184 TGT DEV MI 1/184 IMAGERY MI 1/184 PLANS MI 1/184 DBM SITMAP Battle Tracking Intel Verification Graphic INTSUMS Doctrinal Templates Enemy SITTEMP COA analysis/verification Event Template BDA Analysis Identify HVT Sensor-Shooter Pattern Analysis Imagery Interpretation Imagery Products UAV snapshots CGS Integration Higher Imagery Support COA Development Order of Battle Intelligence Estimate Road to War Database Threat Information Correct format/input errors Export database to JCDB

48 MI SIGINT Reporting / Direction BDE CDR (BDE TOC/ACE) SCO (SQDN TOC) TRP CDR (TRP CP) PL (PL HQs) TROJAN SPIRIT SIGINT Ops (ACE) PROPHET Control PROPHET Teams = Direction (Orders) = Tech Data Reporting = Direction (C2 / Coordination) = Tactical Reporting NSA, JWICS, ARFOR, National Collection Target Folder/ISR Plan Mission Management Transcription/Analysis

49 MI TACTICAL HUMINT PLATOON MI 1/2/21 TAC HUMINT MI 4 x Tactical HUMINT Team 1 x 97E30 1 x 97E20 1 x 97B20 1 x 97E10 2 x Operational Management Team 1 x CW2 1 x 97E20 1 x 97B10  Collect Tactical HUMINT Information  Conduct Force Protection Source Operations  Provide Intelligence Support to Force Protection  Report Operational and Intelligence Information MI Platoon HQs 1 x 35E O3/1 x 97E40 1 x M249 SAW/3 x M16 1 x CHATS 2 x ITRT 1 x PSC-5 TACSAT 1 x PRC-150 HF 1 x VRC-91 1 x CHATS 1 x PSC-5 TACSAT 1 x PRC-150 HF 1 x VRC-92 1 x Operations Tent

50 MI TAC HUMINT PLATOON CTTL BATTLE TASK 1. DEPLOY/REDEPLOY 2. COLLECT TACTICAL HUMINT INFORMATION 3. CONDUCT FORCE PROTECTION SOURCE OPERATIONS 4. PROVIDE INTEL SUPPORT TO FORCE PROTECTION 5. REPORT OPERATIONAL AND INTELLIGENCE DATA 6. SUSTAIN THE FORCE

51 MI OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT TEAM 1. DEPLOY/REDEPLOY 2. COLLECT, ANALYZE AND PASS TACTICAL HUMINT REPORTS 3. MANAGE, TRACK AND SYNCHRONIZE TACTICAL HUMINT TEAM OPERATIONS 4. REPORT OPERATIONAL AND INTELLIGENCE DATA BATTLE TASK

52 MI TAC HUMINT TEAM 1. DEPLOY/REDEPLOY 2. COLLECT TACTICAL HUMINT INFORMATION 3. CONDUCT FORCE PROTECTION SOURCE OPERATIONS 4. PROVIDE INTEL SUPPORT TO FORCE PROTECTION 5. REPORT OPERATIONAL AND INTELLIGENCE DATA BATTLE TASK

53 MI HUMINT Reporting / Direction BDE CDR (BDE TOC) SCO (SQDN TOC) TRP CDR (TRP CP) PL (PL HQs) S2X (CI&OPS WS) PL/OMT (CHATS) Troop 97B (CHATS) Recce HUMINTER (ITRT) THT = Direction (Orders) = “Source” Reporting = Direction (C2 / Coordination) = Tactical Reporting G2X COS

54 MI WEAKNESSES ID’ed in 1-25 - Difficulty in acquiring Specialty/Low Density MOS Training - Physical Fitness - Soldiers not trained on “analog” methods in AIT - No organic Squadron Weather Team - No organic HQ personnel (orderly room, NBC, training) - Linguist Augmentation for TACHUMINT teams - No organic repair capabilities

55 MI S2 Ops Team Uses COP to update BDE TOC graphics, templates and charts ACE / S2: Threat Situation Development (1 of 2) Imagery Analysis Team Tailors subordinate/higher imagery to support targeting/planning products Stores products in Brigade Imagery Product Library Disposition Development Team Fuses external collection and analysis products to meet Brigade requirements Conducts trend and pattern analysis Situation Development Tm Recognize threat COAs, intent, and capabilities Responsible for developing Brigade Threat Common Operating Picture (COP) External collection and analysis products Database Management Tm Controls ASAS/RWS Populates subordinate S2s’ RWS with relevant Intel Common Operating Picture Fused collection and analysis products Subordinate (UAV,HUMINT, RSTA) and higher imagery Correlated,enhanced,and annotated IMINT products Populates BDE S2 RWS database Subordinate S2, non-organic ISR Organizations Intel and other relevant information SALUTEs,spot reports, INTREPs, imagery

56 MI Battalion S2 Squadron S2 S2 Plans Team Recognize threat COAs, capabilities, and intentions Monitor current situation, assess impact of threat COAs on future friendly operations S2 Operations Team Develop threat situation focusing on Brigade AO and current fight Receive input from subordinate S2s to update COP received from ISR Analysis Section Disseminate updated COP to subordinate units using ABCS Common Operating Picture Assessment of threat COAs impact On future friendly operations SALUTEs,spot reports, INTREPs, imagery Common Operating Picture ACE / S2: Threat Situation Development (2 of 2)

57 MI Bde S2 With BDE CDRs approval (if needed), authorizes additional ISR tasks, reallocation of ISR assets, or request for support from higher S2 Operations Team Ensure ISR Plans of the subordinate battalions, RSTA Squadron, and ISR Integration Section are synchronized Use Intel Synchronization Matrix to track which ISR assets owe reports and when those reports are due Ensure that all decision makers receive the appropriate Intel Identify shortcomings in ISR Plan, shortcomings may result from: 1. ISR Asset Reports are not providing adequate information to determine Decision Criteria 2. Threat Plan assumptions diverge from current assessment New Threat COAs (either potential or real) will prompt a mini-wargame using current Intel to validate/update BDE 1)Oper System Synch Matrix, 2)DST, 3)Intel Synch Matrix If ISR Plan must change, the following actions occur ISR Integration PLT Assist S2 Ops Sec in identifying ISR Plan shortcomings If plan needs to changed, will re-task accordingly ACE / S2: ISR Plan Monitoring/Update (1 of 1) ARFOR/JTF/ Higher Intel Organization RSTA Squadron ISR Plan adjustment request ISR Plan adjustment approval ISR Plan changes Additional asset or asset re-task request Maneuver Battalions Additional assetor asset re-task request

58 MI Bde S2 Brigade Senior Target Developer Briefs Current Threat Situation/BDA/Combat Effectiveness during Targeting Meeting Receives updated HPTL and TSM from FSO S2 Operations Team Threat Situation Development Track BDA and Threat Combat Effectiveness ACE /S2: Target Development/BDA (1 of 1) Target Development Tm Conducts Target Development using HVTL Processes info into graphic format to support Brigade Fire Support Plan Works directly with Fire Support Officer to execute targeting missions and coord changes Responsible for tracking BDA Imagery Analysis Tm Tailors subordinate and higher imagery to support targeting BDA results Target Development results Updated HPTL/TSM Imagery request for Target Development BDA/Combat Effectiveness Tailored Imagery

59 MI S2 Ops Tm Modify automated IPB products S2 Plans Tm Modify IPB products using updated information ISR Analysis Section Processes all incoming information relating to IPB ACE / S2: Continuous IPB (1 of 1) ARFOR/JTF/ Higher Intel Organization RSTA Squadron IPB related products/information IPB relatedProducts/info Processed IPB information Updated IPB products RSTA Squadron Subordinate Battalions Updated,automatedIPB thru COP Subordinate Battalions

60 MI ISR Planning & Execution

61 MI ISSUES 1. Roles and Responsibilities. What is the role of the BDE S2 versus the role of the RSTA CDR? Who is the ISR Plan integrator/ synchronizer? How does the MICO support both the BCT Main and the RSTA Squadron? 2. Who attends Collaborative Planning at BDE and for what portions of MDMP? 3. ISR Plan and Matrix Suspense. 4. Issue of TOC co-location. The BCT Operations O&O, 18 MAR 04 talks about co-locating the Recon TOC with the BCT Main…

62 MI ISSUES: BLUF 1. Roles and Responsibilities. What is the role of the BDE S2 versus the role of the RSTA CDR? BDE S2 ANALYZES CBT INFO; NOMINATES NAIs, ETC. RSTA CDR IS A COMMANDER AND NOT A STAFF OFFICER, NOT A “CHIEF OF RECON “ Who is the ISR Plan integrator/ synchronizer? BCT AND SQDN S3 How does the MICO support both the BCT Main and the RSTA Squadron? ANALAYZES ALL CBT INFO FOR BCT CDR; ACCESSES HIGHER LEVEL INTEL ASSETS/ PRODUCTS 2. Who attends Collaborative Planning at BDE and for what portions of MDMP? ALL-IMPORTANT 15-20 MINUTE COLLABORATIVE HUDDLE W/ BCT CDR DIRECTLY AFTER RECEIPT OF MISSION (BCT CDR AND PRIMARY STAFF + RSTA CDR AND HIS S2, S3) 3. ISR Plan and Matrix Suspense. CDR’S INITIAL RECON GUIDANCE DURING COLLABORATIVE HUDDLE INITIAL ISR PLAN & MATRIX BY WARNO 1, NLT WARNO 2 4. Issue of TOC co-location. TOCs SHOULD NOT BE CO-LOCATED UNLESS OVERWHELMING SITUATION DEMANDS SUCH. CO-LOCATION SHOULD NOT BE SOP NOR USED OUT OF DESPERATION

63 MI Overview of ISR Duties, Responsibilities, Relationships BCT RSTA SQDN S3 S2 CDR S3 MICO Synchronizes/ integrates ISR effort across BCT. Tasks assets due to operational rather than analysis nature of recon and surveillance + massive land/space management issues. Nominates NAIs; suggests employment of assets. Analyzes combat information from higher & from RSTA SQDN. Does not task assets. Commander, not Chief of Recon. He’s a commander of the soldiers and specialized equipment providing the eyes and ears for the BCT CDR, he’s not an additional staff officer. Tasks RSTA assets; synch & integrates ISR effort for SQDN; Plans collaboratively w/ BCT 3, 2, MICO Nominates NAIs; suggests employment of assets; Plans collaboratively W/ BCT 3, 2, MICO SURV TRP CDR Commander not a staff officer! As a commander, he is not involved in collaborative planning at the BCT level anymore than you would pull all infantry company cdrs for Brigade-level planning His troop must work habitually with RSTA SQDN at all times; TRP assets farmed out to other SQDNs by exception only S2 Analyzes all combat info for BCT CDR, including, but not limited to, that generated by RSTA SQDN. Leverages “reach” from higher intel assets, blends HUMINT, SOF- delivered info, and other sources to shape the COP. Nominates NAIs and suggests employment of assets.

64 MI ACCELERATED MDMP & ISR PLANNING & SUSPENSES 1 RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR COA DEVELOPMENT COA ANALYSIS (War-game) COA COMPARISON COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order REHEARSAL EXECUTION & ASSESSMENT 4 x Ways to Abbreviate MDMP FM 5-0, p 4-40  Increase Cdr’s involvement so decisions are made faster  Cdr more prescriptive in his guidance—limiting options—focusing the efforts of the staff  Cdr limits the number of COAs developed—one directed COA  Parallel/ Collaborative Planning RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR COA DEVELOPMENT COA ANALYSIS (War-game) COA COMPARISON COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order REHEARSAL EXECUTION & ASSESSMENT

65 MI 1 BCT TOC RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR COA DEVELOPMENT COA ANALYSIS (War-game) COA COMPARISON COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order REHEARSAL EXECUTION & ASSESSMENT CDR S3 MICO S2 RSTA TOC SURV TRP CDR S3 SURV CDR S2 FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS  “ISR operations are a commander’s function supported by the entire staff and subordinate units.” [FM 3-90.3, 4-1]  ISR is not a “function” it is a MISSION!  “ Based on the initial IPB, PIR, and CCIR, the staff, primarily the intelligence officer, identifies intel gaps. Based on available surveillance and Recon assets and input from the intel officer, the operations officer prepares the initial ISR plan… As ISR sources fill in gaps or the CCIR change, ISR taskings are updated. The operations officer does this with FRAGOs…” [FM 5-0]  MICOs/ S2s do not task elements—that is an S3 function  ISR---a MISSION, is not something of secondary importance handed exclusively to S2s, granting them tasking authority  RSTA Commander is a commander, not a super staff officer and not “Chief of Recon”! ACCELERATED MDMP & ISR PLANNING

66 MI 1 BCT TOC RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR COA DEVELOPMENT COA ANALYSIS (War-game) COA COMPARISON COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order REHEARSAL EXECUTION & ASSESSMENT CDR S3 MICO S2 RSTA TOC SURV TRP CDR S3 SURV CDR S2 METT-TC dependent: Distances involved/ Quality of Communications Status of ongoing operations Historically (CTCs) it is the option resorted to in desperation when chaos prevails Type/ form of future mission Co-location by exception, rather than by SOP Co-Location Pros Cons + Easier for continuous Collaborative Planning- SQDN CDR becomes more of a super-staff officer instead of a COMMANDER + Face-to-face contact/ communication w/BC - At extended distance SQDN CDR spends inordinate time traveling back to AO - Poor Commo w/ Subords - Historically (3ID OIF): ASAT, BFT, MCS(L) connectivity very sketchy and unreliable; couple this with a SQDN TOC that is even more distant from the line units and you have a terminal problem - Artillery magnet TOC CO-LOCATION?

67 MI 1 BCT TOC RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR COA DEVELOPMENT COA ANALYSIS (War-game) COA COMPARISON COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order REHEARSAL EXECUTION & ASSESSMENT CDR S3 MICO S2 RSTA TOC SURV TRP CDR S3 SURV CDR S2 1 BCT CDR PLANNING GUIDANCE [FM 5-0, 3-54 & App. D] 1. Initial Operational Timeline 2. How to abbreviate MDMP 3. Necessary coordination/ LNOs to dispatch 4. Authorized Mov’t (Positioning of C2) 5. Additional Staff Tasks 6. Collaborative Planning Times 7. Initial IR or CCIR (as required) BCT CDR’S VISUALIZATION [FM 5-0, 3-10] AO, Battlespace, Battlefield Organization Development of initial IR or CCIR for RSTA SQDN critical—cannot wait until after Mission Analysis. Immediately after mission received, BCT CDR calls for a collaborative RSTA CDR/ staff “huddle”

68 MI 2 BCT TOC RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR COA DEVELOPMENT COA ANALYSIS (War-game) COA COMPARISON COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order REHEARSAL EXECUTION & ASSESSMENT CDR S3 MICO S2 RSTA TOC SURV TRP SURV CDR 1 BCT CDR PLANNING GUIDANCE [FM 5-0, 3-54 & App. D] 1. Initial Operational Timeline 2. How to abbreviate MDMP 3. Necessary coordination/ LNOs to dispatch 4. Authorized Mov’t (Positioning of C2) 5. Additional Staff Tasks 6. Collaborative Planning Times 7. Initial IR or CCIR (as required) BCT CDR’S VISUALIZATION [FM 5-0, 3-10] AO, Battlespace, Battlefield Organization CDR’S FIRST PRIORITY INITIAL DEPLOYMENT OF RSTA SQDN ASSETS INTO AO SPEED OF DECISION-MAKING AND GUIDANCE HERE TRANSLATES INTO GREATER SECURITY FOR RSTA ASSETS—MORE TIME TO DEPLOY= ABILITY FOR GREATER STEALTH/ SURVIVABILITY BCT WARNO 1 XO RSTA CDR and selected staff move to BCT TOC for collaborative planning Collaboration… “Commanders at all levels work together to develop the best plans. This requires sharing information freely between the command posts. The goal is not just to reduce the time required to produce and distribute the plans, but the real goal is to produce a better plan by including input from adjacent, higher, and lower elements. Additionally, this collaboration promotes buy-in and understanding of the plan, thereby enhancing preparation and execution.” FM 3-21.21 (7-22) RSTA CDR and selected staff move to BCT TOC for collaborative planning Collaboration… “Commanders at all levels work together to develop the best plans. This requires sharing information freely between the command posts. The goal is not just to reduce the time required to produce and distribute the plans, but the real goal is to produce a better plan by including input from adjacent, higher, and lower elements. Additionally, this collaboration promotes buy-in and understanding of the plan, thereby enhancing preparation and execution.” FM 3-21.21 (7-22) CDR S3 S2

69 MI 3 BCT TOC RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR COA DEVELOPMENT COA ANALYSIS (War-game) COA COMPARISON COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order REHEARSAL EXECUTION & ASSESSMENT CDR S3 MICO S2 RSTA TOC SURV TRP SURV CDR PLANNING GUIDANCE [FM 5-0, 3-54 & App. D] 1. Initial Operational Timeline 2. How to abbreviate MDMP 3. Necessary coordination/ LNOs to dispatch 4. Authorized Mov’t (Positioning of C2) 5. Additional Staff Tasks 6. Collaborative Planning Times 7. Initial IR or CCIR (as required) COMMANDER’S VISUALIZATION [FM 5-0, 3-10] AO, Battlespace, Battlefield Organization RSTA ASSETS BEGIN INITIAL MANEUVER TO THEIR GENERAL (TO-BE REFINED) AOs NAI REFINEMENT OCCURS DURING MISSION ANALYSIS WHILE ASSETS ARE MOVING INTO POSITION RSTA CDR VISUALIZATION [FM 5-0, 3-10] AO, Battlespace, Battlefield Organization RSTA CDR PLANNING GUIDANCE [FM 5-0, 3-54 & App. D] 1. Initial Operational Timeline 2. How to abbreviate MDMP 3. Necessary coordination/ LNOs to dispatch 4. Authorized Mov’t (Positioning of C2) 5. Additional Staff Tasks 6. Collaborative Planning Times 7. Initial IR or CCIR (as required) SQDN WARNO 1 CDR S3 S2 XO 2 BCT WARNO 1

70 MI 4 BCT TOC RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR COA DEVELOPMENT COA ANALYSIS (War-game) COA COMPARISON COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order REHEARSAL EXECUTION & ASSESSMENT CDR S3 MICO S2 RSTA TOC SURV TRP SURV CDR ISR GUIDANCE [FM 5-0, 3-55; 3-20.96 Ch 3, 4] 1. Focus 2. Tempo 3. Engagement/ Disengagement Criteria SQDN WARNO 1 FM 5-0, p 3-14 1. Type of operation 2. General Location of Operation 3. Movement to Initiate 4. Collaborative Planning Reqts 5. Initial IR or CCIR 6. ISR Tasks Type of Operation BCT: Attack/ Defend/ M2C/ Raid General Location of Operation Deploy RSTA assets into general AO Initial NAIs Movement to Initiate Ground Scouts begin transportation to debarkation points; then start dismounted infiltration to checkpoints TUAVs begin initial aerial surveillance routes Etc. Initial IR or CCIR 3 CDR S3 S2 XO

71 MI 5 BCT TOC RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR COA DEVELOPMENT COA ANALYSIS (War-game) COA COMPARISON COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order REHEARSAL EXECUTION & ASSESSMENT CDR S3 MICO S2 RSTA TOC SURV TRP SURV CDR 4 Mission Analysis Collaborative vs. Distributive vs. Parallel BCT & RSTA SQN commander maximum participation CDRs give prescriptive guidance Mission Analysis Collaborative vs. Distributive vs. Parallel BCT & RSTA SQN commander maximum participation CDRs give prescriptive guidance CDR S3S2 XO ISR Planning (Mission Analysis Step 9) 1. Develop Requirements 2. Develop Collection Plan 3. Task or Request Collection 4. Disseminate 5. Evaluate Reporting 6. Update ISR Planning RSTA CDR/ Staff return

72 MI Mission Analysis Collaborative vs. Distributive vs. Parallel BCT & RSTA SQN commander maximum participation CDRs give prescriptive guidance Mission Analysis Collaborative vs. Distributive vs. Parallel BCT & RSTA SQN commander maximum participation CDRs give prescriptive guidance ISR Planning (Mission Analysis Step 9) 1. Develop Requirements 2. Develop Collection Plan 3. Task or Request Collection 4. Disseminate 5. Evaluate Reporting 6. Update ISR Planning Refined ISR Plan Refined ISR Matrix PIR NAI’s LTIOV Indicators Target TF BRT MI MPADA 1. Will TF Angel attem pt to seize the key terrain vic NAI 73 or NAI 85 in order to suppo rt the 49, 63, 23200 0 until 6-9 rotary wing aircraft moving Pa ss Eng X 77 and 85 6-9 rotary wing aircraft air X 23200 0 until Pas s info 44, 49, 54, “Red” communication s with background X Pas s info 61, 63, 73, 77, Friendly units receiving 170 MM cannon SEAD fires from X Con duc t net 1-29 3-5 Time of the essence! An initial ISR Plan (w/ initial Matrix) allows RSTA assets to begin R & S, therefore, goal is to disseminate in WARNO #1, NLT WARNO #2. Initial ISR Plan and Matrix CDR’s Huddle

73 MI 6 BCT TOC RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance RECEIPT OF MISSION Issue Cdr’s Initial Guidance MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR MISSION ANALYSIS Approve Restated Mission State Commander’s Intent Approve Initial CCIR COA DEVELOPMENT COA ANALYSIS (War-game) COA COMPARISON COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal COA APPROVAL Approve COA Specify Type of Order Specify Type of Rehearsal ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order ORDERS PRODUCTION Approve Order REHEARSAL EXECUTION & ASSESSMENT CDR S3 MICO S2 RSTA TOC SURV TRP Mission Analysis Collaborative vs. Distributive vs. Parallel BCT & RSTA SQN commander maximum participation CDR gives prescriptive guidance Mission Analysis Collaborative vs. Distributive vs. Parallel BCT & RSTA SQN commander maximum participation CDR gives prescriptive guidance FM 5-0, p 3-26 1. Approved Mission Statement 2. CDR’s Intent 3. TASKO changes 4. Attachments/ Detachments 5. Unit AO 6. CCIR and EEFI 7. Risk Guidance 8. Surveillance and Recon Instructions 9. Initial Movement Instructions 10. Security Measures 11. Military Deception Guidance 12. Mob/ Counter-Mob Guidance 13. Specific Priorities 14. Updated Operational Timeline 15. Guidance on Collaborative events and Rehearsals SQDN WARNO 2 SURV CDR CDR S3S2 XO

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