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Please cover the three key components of military tactical counterintelligence analysis: C-HUMINT, C-SIGINT, and C-IMINT.
The FM goes over each component and how to nominate targets, as well as the function of analysis and production.
1) At the tactical level, describe the tactical CI analysis steps and processes. It’s best to make a list of all the steps involved.
2) Make a plan for the analysis you would conduct (using the FM as a step-by-step guide) if you were present during the Battle of Fallujah in November 2004 and the G-2 named Abu Musab al-intelligence Zarqawi’s operations in support of his kidnappings, beheading factory, bomb-making factory, and other activities as a primary target. Throughout most of 2004, al-Zarqawi had his headquarters in Fallujah. Remember to use C-HUMINT, C-SIGINT, and C-IMINT to get the most out of this target.
3) Conduct research and unearth information about the case/target to aid in the development of your analysis. Because you won’t be able to acquire the data, your approach will have to be based on assumptions (Propose how you would do the collection and analysisnot actually doing the collection and analysis).
https://www.globalsecurity.org/intell/library/policy/army/fm/2-0/chap11.htm is a good place to start.
Select one of the Intelligence Community’s intelligence agencies (excluding CIA and FBI). Define and discuss the agency’s leadership structure and counterintelligence mission.
Next, talk about the CI assets’ capabilities and the CI collection’s focus on a specific threat. Determine the agency’s operating title in the United States Code, as well as specific historical examples of CI efforts within that agency.
Make sure to include information from the week’s required readings in your discussion.
Please create a new word document for each title number. There will be reading materials included. Every piece of work should be referenced. It is suggested that you use two or more references. The word count should be between 300 and 350 words.