Marine Corps FMFM 2 1 Intelligence 30 September 1980

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Marine Corps FMFM 2 1 Intelligence 30 September 1980

Text of Marine Corps FMFM 2 1 Intelligence 30 September 1980

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    1201. DEFlhITIONS

    b. TARGET ACQUISITION. The detection, ,denWi-

    c.non, ud kouxn of t target II, sufficiem detad to pernut

    the cffecave cmpkyment of veaponr

    c. TARGET ANALYSIS. Intelliga~ wbicb portrays

    and louta the componenb of a target 01 tq,et campkx

    ItId uldiam IP lublembibty ral r&tin importmoc.

    d. TARGET INTELLIGENCE. lntelligcna which par-

    tray8 and buta tbe camponcn~ of I [email protected] or target

    complex a4 indicatea it8 vulaenbility and relative impw

    tllla.

    c. TARGET LfST. A limmg of tug& vxbztumi and

    [email protected] by the (CNOI echelon of cammud: it containa

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    f. TARGET MATERIALS. Graphic. textual. tdulu, 01

    other p~~~ntaticw of target intclligcnrr. prirmrily d-4

    to support opcratto~ awwt deqad tyta by one o,

    more upon vtenu. Target matert.h are ul,t.bk for

    trunrll& &lung. exccubng, md nabmttt wch opr.nttQnr.

    1202. TARGET ACQUISITION

    a. SOURCES AND AGENCIES. Tqet ,cput,t,&,,, i,

    the detectton. idcnhfiution, and location of a mt b,

    sutfwent dctad to pcmut the cffecttvc emprovmcOt of

    weapons. Every saurct and agency th., un p,,,,,& info,_ m.tmn mncemux tarseta must be expbited. Some of these that arc partwutarty s&niftcmt UI target reqtihoa UC:

    ( 11 rawer itlotenaf. Provm. Tawt matetub come

    m several fomla to fit a VUtety of opentiona. lnrluded in (he

    target matcnals program are the u t-et maeriab program

    (ATMP) and the bcttcal target mater,& pmgnm (TTYP).

    (2) xacd lnteNf#enca Proceufngsyrrsm (V,Ps,. Tbii

    data base 1s wadable wtbin the mtntclgenee center (IC) of

    the amphdwous command htp (LCC). This system provides

    automated storqc. retneval. and diimin.t,on of urgct

    r&ted ,rcuiiece.

    (3) FzllF /bmnci. AR FMF agcnuw. from comb,,

    ruts to mtelligena rpect.tisb ,CUM. ehou!-, be tasked to

    pro*idc appivpaatc lnfomutmn reglr&blg targets.

    b. REPORTING. Infomuhon [email protected]& tugeta mast be

    rcpwtcd erpeditioudy to 111 interested commands m order

    to pcmut me tar the plannmg and CICCU,~~ o, appr.,pr&e

    attacks. Furthermom. these repoN should. whvt po&,e,

    cont,m ~ltficknt informstmn to pen,,,, a detakd wt

    antlvsls.

    1203. TARGET ANALYSIS

    a. Target uulyais ia an csential step UL the p,oduction of target mtelbtence. A swwted form for ,[email protected] ,nalysra

    u contamed by appendix AD.

    b. The tqtct mtelliince produced th,o,,gb target

    analyw s used to make the follormg dctermmauon:

    . which targets should be lthdced?

    . wut u the target dasiftcation and priotity!

    . When and how oten should the tuget be ,t,,&ed?

    . wlwb is the moat ~ppmprutc fire support nlew to Ita m ltwkblg the tqe,

    (1) Lamtfon. The target must be prcclsely located

    in orde to facdiute effective ,ttack under au candrtloru of

    vidbility. WIterr map *ecuracy wdl permit, [email protected] should be located to ritbii 10 meten.

    (2) Allihdo. The [email protected] altitude must hc gwcn carectly in ordn to pemut the ,wcunte delivery of werat,

    wupom. mtilkty, and NGF.

    (3) IkxrWion. The target ia dentlfied as 10 tt.5:

    (a) TYP hde.r.

    (b) Si. shape, and atntude, ,ncludu~ the

    length, wdtb. he&t (where approprute), and genera, &ape:

    i.e.. round. oblong. rtn&t. cwvcd. urwdu, etc. Athtudc

    dcaPlks tbe @id be.rw or rzunuth of ,he ma,or ax,s of the

    target and shoutd be given to the nearest 100 rmls.

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    (4) Yufnemblty. The vtdncmbibty of a target

    depend, on fhc follawng:

    (b)

    M, be nerraury to destroy .n entire target tf the destructton of on of ie campenents WU udtiee. For example. a rrtbvad

    yard m&t be tied up by destruction of a witch, o( a cem-

    mad port could k temporudy panty& by dcstructmn of

    rb ~mWllle.tW III-M.

    (5) Rceupembffity. How lcq will it take the dam-

    aged tqtet to be reinforced or replaced? Thin infomutton

    YI nncaauy to dctcrmme the timing and frequency al strikes

    q.mt the t.Wb.

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    for ti rcttom buo whirh die wget list u Lnded: I.c.. tune

    and type of fue. acd for the dusfiuhon of targets.

    utegartzed a9 to innwna on phaa of the ampbibii

    0peolu.

    b. For extended o~ntmna ahorc. each command

    dopb a taxwtfng system that bat smb its mqnremenca.

    Rcgudkr of the system wed, the dutie. of the mteU&noc

    offiw remain ullw. In that be mut contmue to

    wqire. pmdua. amI divemuute [email protected] mtdligence.

    1206. TARGET INTELLJCENCE OFFICER

    a. Muine dividom sad mast MACTFi have a target

    intdligwe offiar (TGTINTELO) authortwd u, the G-2

    scstioo of their headquarters by cutrent tables of oryru-

    utton. He pafonm bia dutk uada tbc at.ff met of

    the G-2 and wotks dwdy nth mpaaentatwer of the G3

    ,ectxon and tii ruppor( monttnatmn canter (FXC).

    b. The duna af the MAGTF tawzt vltdlisncc offimr

    UIdUk:

    (2) Ronde [email protected] inteuigmce to tbc target mfor-

    matic4 ofticer for UK in the pmpmtmn of the ampbtbii

    twkfometytfkt.

    c. The tarset intd&ewt officez numtaim dose and

    mnttnuou iiuon with the target mformatbm officer (TIO)

    u, the FSCC to e- comtmwx and tidy crhqe of

    inforrruttoa ax-l tuget badligena. Duting opcntmlv the

    TIOwi,hwewxsstocnomuw qwtltla ot infamuhoon

    thuiarqrtedovervutousfireulpportnetI.

    d. Siw tabka of -tica do not pmvtde for a

    TCTlNTRL.D b&w division or landing forcz (MAGTF)

    k.d,thecommadamayd~tc&inf~byS.2orone

    of hia .&twits u the TGTINTRLO.

    1207. TARGET INFORMATION OFFICER

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    (2) Pmcwensnr. CINCLANTFLT and ClNCPACFLT

    hare pmmul3ad instruchonr re&ii the pmauamlt

    of map and dutu for their mspwtie YIU of intaut.

    (4) Topa,qAic Campmy. ThhetopwwfdemmpnP

    M auppkmmt the n.xnul m.p supply by tbe pmpambon of

    a limited number of -es_ OwhYa, onrpintl. dcetdIe+

    and map mhtltuta (much u photomap) for the MAGTF.

    See FMFM 44. &ngnnr Orm~Iionz for L dctaikd diswian

    of thii olganialtion

    b. SPECUL SECURITY OFFICRR. Tlda fmwhon in

    wally rcqumd at b-de md h&her level stzffs for contra4

    and hmdling of specid ulteni3ena. The procedum far thh

    function are mntamed in DOD lmtnrction 5200.17W?)

    whfsh is lV&bk dlmugh specml lecl&y ohiar duM&

    1302 STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURES

    a. GENERAL. Them arc hvo typea of SOPs of concern lo tbc [email protected] oftiicer. lhey are the intdligencc s?xtlo

    SOP and the wut intclligmce SOP.

    b. INTELLIGENCE SECTION SOP. l%e lntellkencz

    offfar prepsmi the for the muthe wtintia of the irateI-

    l&m areaon. Tk fomut and mntcnt of the SOP depend

    ooUKlcIdof~sommud.therulurroftheopn(ioru.

    ami the de&u of the [email protected] oftica. fJaaUy. the

    SOP shouu a&n tuka to the uH)II( mcmbm of the

    section to - the oldcdy. effiaent. and tin+ xcom-

    plbbmcnt of all redpwribilitia under the [email protected]?e of the

    i&l&aKe omcer.

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    c. UNIT INTELLIGENCE SOP

    (b) Promote effiaency m mtelligena func.

    timm3 nthin the mmmmd by pmvidii uufomuty m

    appl*ltloa of routine pmccdwcd and tee

    (2) Ihere is no prwnbed romut for a tit imel.

    ligence SOP. Each unit should edlblbb appmphte SOPs c

    baaed on Its own rcquiremctr and inarmctions from higher

    hudquuten. See *ppendix AE for I sample outline for I

    !lN, intdliiencz SOP.

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    TRAINING

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    14D2 BASIC INTELLIGENCE TRAINING

    a. INTELLIGENCE SUBJECTS

    . Nature and pwpme of comb.t mtellipencc.

    . SamqdHapbne.

    . Defeme winat ho&k efforts toard subrem,ooo

    b. RELATED SUBJECTS

    . vrp, chat. and photo readii.

    . IJae ot .*adabk Cans of cvmmlm,cno.

    Obwvatton and reporting: cmpbas an obIectwe

    reportbY$ of facts r&et than sub,cc*w rcp.xtulg

    or interpretItmn or fxts.

    . camouflage.

    Swnnl. wasIon. mwtana to intenoptlon,

    escape. and the US. Cede of Condct.

    1403. TRAINING OF NONINTELLIGENCE

    PERSONNEL OF COMBAT AND

    COMBAT SUPPORT UNITS

    Ronlntcuiie Feramnel of mmbat Md combat luppoti

    lINta UC rut.Je,t to oecasmnd employment a8 membera Of

    recolUldllllOC pamk. 0bxcvatio peas, and Iiiening posts.

    AU pdots may have oppottu~ties to observe temm not

    under our mnmd. Further. normaI combat employment

    pkcra such pcnonncl in poisitiom whe,e they frequentIy

    observe and came m cant& wth the enemy. Aecotdiiy. Is they oompnae a potentiaUy &able source of intruigence

    infomution. In addifion to those aabIectr ruted in paragraph

    14002, the foILwing should bc bad&d in the inteUiqcncc

    truningoftbescpamNlcI:

    a. INTELWGENCE SUBJECTS

    (1) Grwnd (IlIft

    . Scoutins and [email protected], day and n&t_

    . Ohmtim post techniques. proadu~~. &

    a(UtplWt.

    s Techwues of employment for remote sensor.

    smimd awwdkwe radar. and night obscr-

    v.twn dcnces.

    (2) Air Unit& Tedmques of ~rUl nnU obserrttma,.

    (3)

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