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Play button. Card Range To Study through. Establishes doctrinal guidance on the provision of joint and national intelligence products, services, and support to military operations. JP Is the second in a series of six capstone documents that articulate naval doctrine and provide the foundation for the development of tactics, techniques and procedures.

NDP 2. Library of Navy doctrine pubs that incorporate the results of fleet tactical development and evaluation programs and fleet and allied NATO experience. NWPs also provide information about the tactical capabilities and limitations of equipment and systems.

Naval Warfare Publication. Provides fleet personnel with a single source reference guide for intelligence collection and reporting. Fleet Intelligence Collection Manual. This message is jointly produced by C2F and C3F and provides Navy—wide standards for the execution of intelligence operations and cites the definitive sources of guidance for fleet operations. Operational fleets will produce and maintain intelligence guidance specific to their AOR. Echelon II Command tasked to provide products and services to meet Navy, Department of Defense, and national maritime intelligence requirements.

Responsible for naval intelligence analysis and production, maritime intelligence collection, SCI information technology, and security. Office of Naval Intelligence. Intelligence and Information Operations Directorate and Fleet advocate for Information Dominance capabilities and requirements in support of the Commander, U. Fleet Forces Command's authority to organize, man, train, maintain, and equip assigned Navy forces in order to provide agile, powerful, and persistent sea-based forces ready for tasking and assignment to Combatant Commanders.

Duty to maintain unit security by collecting, processing, exploiting and disseminating timely and accurate information gathered from a variety of sources signal, human, imagery, electronic to create a timely, accurate, and actionable picture of enemy forces location, strength, and composition at the tactical level of war in order to advise and focus the commander's efforts on critical intelligence matters required for decisive action to fight and win in combat. Navy command centers with the capability to plan, perform command and control, execute and assess naval operations at the operational level of war.

List the five specialty areas available to Intelligence Specialists. Naval Imagery Interpreter IS 2. Strike Planning Operations IS 5. Operational Intelligence Analyst IS Serves as head of the Intelligence Community IC , oversees and directs the National Intelligence Program budget and acts as the principal advisor to the President, National Security Council and Homeland Security Council for intelligence matters related to national security.

Provides military intelligence to warfighters, defense policymakers and force planners, in the Department of Defense and Intelligence Community, in support of U. A Department of Defense DoD intelligence agency that designs, builds and operates space reconnaissance systems to detect trouble spots worldwide and to monitor arms control agreements and environmental issues and to help plan military operations.

Responsible for providing intelligence on a wide range of national security issues to senior US policymakers. Collects intelligence through HUMINT and other sources, coordinates national intelligence collection outside of the US, and exploits, analyzes and disseminates intelligence related to national security. Lead agency for geospatial intelligence, NGA provides imagery, geospatial and targeting analysis, along with image sciences and modeling for U. The U. Government lead agency for cryptology that encompasses both SIGINT and Information Assurance IA products and services, and enables Computer Network Operations in order to gain a decision advantage for the nation and our allies under all circumstances.

The national production center for maritime intelligence. Supports Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, joint, and national-level requirements through a variety of intelligence production capabilities.

Provides tailored intelligence and services to the Marine Corps, other services based on expeditionary mission profiles in littoral areas. Supports USMC doctrine, force structure, training and education, and acquisition processes. A message providing tactical information of significant importance to forces.

SPOT Report. Report that validates or clarifies the related reconnaissance exploitation report and includes info assisting theater BDA. Report providing a summary of items of intelligence at frequent e. Intelligence Summary. Post-mission report based on aircrew debriefing; should confirm operational information included in the ATO. Describe the five steps of the intelligence process. Exploitation and analysis of imagery and geospatial information to describe, assess, and visually depict physical features and geographically referenced activities.

Derived from information collected and provided by human sources; HUMINT and Counterintelligence CI operations provide info on foreign intelligence services and terrorist activities in the operational area. Scientific and technical intelligence derived from specific technical sensors used to detect, locate, track, identify, and describe the specific characteristics of fixed and dynamic target objects and sources.

Information of potential intelligence value that is available to the general public; it is obtained from commercial radio and television broadcasts, newspapers, magazines, and other written publications. Intelligence derived from the collection, processing, analysis, and exploitation of data pertaining to foreign equipment and materiel for the purposes of preventing technological surprise.

Information gathered and activities conducted to protect against espionage, sabotage, other intelligence activities, or assassinations conducted by or on behalf of foreign governments or elements thereof, foreign organizations, foreign persons, or international terrorist activities.

Information requirements that are most critical or that would answer a PIR. Essential Elements of Information. Name the five standards of analytic tradecraft. List and discuss in general terms, the systems of collection assets. BS - Characterize the threat and classify all threat targets that may enter the detection range of the U. Provides support to effectively task organic, theater and national assets.

IO tools and skills training facilitate IET operations. Discuss the role of intelligence in supporting ASW mission planning and prosecutions. Area searches are conducted to prosecute submarines that intelligence information indicates are operating in a given location, or to conduct an ASW search of an area of interest as part of precursor operations —Historical intelligence data overlay provides info such as: historical submarine OPAREAs, transit lanes, submarine navigation aids, areas used to avoid detection, etc.

Discuss the role of intelligence in supporting air and missile defense. List the six-steps of the Joint Targeting Cycle. Targeteers must work closely with collection managers, intelligence analysts, and planners to ensure that intelligence requirements for planning, execution, and assessment requirements, and any changes that occur throughout the targeting cycle are integrated into the collection plan.

Targeting represents the integration of enemy threat information, the analysis of target systems, individual target characteristics, and the effect of joint force on those enemy targets. An entity or object considered for possible engagement or action.

Planned target; known to exist in the operational environment with engagement actions scheduled against them. Target of opportunity; not selected in time to be included in deliberate targeting, but meets criteria specific to achieving objectives. Compares post-execution results damage or effect inflicted with the projected results generated during target development.

Unintended or incidental injury or damage to persons or objects that would not be lawful military targets in the circumstances ruling at the time.

Not unlawful as long as it is not excessive in light of the overall military advantage anticipated from the attack. Collateral damage. Discuss the role of intelligence in supporting humanitarian assistance and disaster relief missions. Describe how intelligence supports a NEO. Monitors all service , national, and theater intelligence traffic and products to identify specific threats to Navy and Marine Corps personnel and resources; tracks potential terrorist activities and trends, reporting them to the fleet via message traffic.

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The IDWO designation signifies eligible Navy officers have acquired specific knowledge, skills and experience, and have demonstrated proficiency at the professional level of competence required for satisfactory performance of assigned duties. Matthew J. Another significant change allows, under certain circumstances, non-information dominance officers to participate in the IDWO program and earn the IDWO warfare designation. These officers will have to demonstrate sufficient information dominance experience and meet certain criteria before applying for eligibility.

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