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📒Understanding Commanders Information Needs For Influence Operations ✍ Eric V. Larson
✏Understanding Commanders Information Needs for Influence Operations Book Summary : Documents a study whose goals were to develop an understanding of commanders' information requirements for cultural and other "soft" factors in order to improve the effectiveness of combined arms operations, and to develop practical ways for commanders to integrate information and influence operations activities into combined arms planning/assessment in order to increase the usefulness to ground commanders of such operations.
📒U S Military Information Operations In Afghanistan ✍ Arturo Munoz
✏U S Military Information Operations in Afghanistan Book Summary : The U.S. Marine Corps, which has long recognized the importance of influencing the civilian population in a counterinsurgency environment, requested an evaluation of the effectiveness of the psychological operations element of U.S. military information operations in Afghanistan from 2001 to 2010 based on how well messages and themes were tailored to target audiences. This monograph responds to that request.
📒Strategic Communication Origins Concepts And Current Debates ✍ Christopher Paul
✏Strategic Communication Origins Concepts and Current Debates Book Summary : This volume in the Contemporary Military, Strategic, and Security Issues series presents a concise introduction to the evolution, key concepts, discourse, and future options for improved strategic communication in today's U.S. government. • Key document excerpts from legislation, proposed legislation, doctrine, reform proposals, and policy documents • A glossary of terms • An annotated bibliography of proposals and recommendations for strategic communication/public diplomacy reform
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📒Joint And National Intelligence Support To Military Operations Joint Publication 2 01 ✍ Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
✏Joint and National Intelligence Support to Military Operations Joint Publication 2 01 Book Summary : This publication, “Joint and National Intelligence Support to Military Operations (Joint Publication 2-01),” provides doctrine for joint and national intelligence products, services, and support to joint military operations. It describes the organization of joint intelligence forces and the national intelligence community, intelligence responsibilities, command relationships, and national intelligence support mechanisms. It provides information regarding the fundamentals of intelligence planning, execution, dissemination, and assessment and discusses how intelligence supports the full range of joint and multinational operations. Joint intelligence is produced by joint and Service intelligence organizations and relies heavily on timely and integrated intelligence afforded by national intelligence agencies. This join t intelligence effort facilitates dominance in the information environment, which permits successful conduct of operation s (i.e., information superiority). In order to accomplish this, intelligence must provide the joint force commander (JFC) with as timely, complete, and accurate understanding as possible of the operational environment, particularly with regard to the adversary's forces, capabilities, and intentions. Intelligence staffs must anticipate and fully understand the intelligence requirements (IRs) of their superior and subordinate commands and components, identify intelligence capabilities and shortfalls, access theater and/o r national systems to alleviate shortfalls, and ensure that timely and appropriate intelligence is provided or available to the JFC and subordinate commands and components. Commanders use intelligence to anticipate the battle, visualize and understand the full spectrum of the operational environment, and influence the outcome of operations. Intelligence enables commanders at all levels to focus their combat power and to provide full dimensional force protection across the range of military operations. I n war, intelligence focuses on enemy military capabilities, centers of gravity (COGs), and potential courses of action (COAs) to provide operational and tactical commanders the information they need to plan and conduct operations. Today's operational environment requires consideration of more than military factors and the intelligence directorate of a joint staff (J-2) must be flexible in its ability to integrate nonmilitary considerations into its analysis. The J-2 must modify and tailor intelligence support to meet the unique challenges presented in each operation. This publication has been prepared under the direction of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. It sets forth doctrine to govern the joint activities and performance of the Armed Forces of the United States in joint operations and provides the doctrinal basis for interagency coordination and US military involvement in multinational operations. It provides military guidance for the exercise of authority by combatant commanders and other joint force commanders (JFCs) and prescribes doctrine for joint operations and training. It provides military guidance for use by the Armed Forces in preparing their appropriate plans.
✏Public Affairs and Information Operations A Strategy for Success Book Summary : USAF commanders are looking for better ways to use the global information environment to win the hearts and minds of Muslim populations and retain the goodwill of traditional allies. Their efforts occur against a backdrop of individuals who advocate the integration of public affairs and information operations and those who argue for their separation. As the public face of our joint forces, public affairs cannot thrive unless it is integrated with all core operational capabilities, including information operations.
✏Exposing the Information Domain Myth A New Concept for Air Force and Information Operations Doctrine A Reprint from Air and Space Power Journal Book Summary :
📒Army Tactics Techniques And Procedures Attp 5 0 1 Commander And Staff Officer Guide September 2011 ✍ United States Government US Army
✏Army Tactics Techniques and Procedures ATTP 5 0 1 Commander and Staff Officer Guide September 2011 Book Summary :
✏Foundations of Effective Influence Operations Book Summary : The authors aim to assist the U.S. Army in understanding "influence operations," capabilities that may allow the United States to effectively influence the attitudes and behavior of particular foreign audiences while minimizing or avoiding combat. The book identifies approaches, methodologies, and tools that may be useful in planning, executing, and assessing influence operations.
✏Intelligence Collection How To Plan and Execute Intelligence Collection In Complex Environments Book Summary : This book examines the theoretical and conceptual foundation of effective modern intelligence collection—the strategies required to support intelligence analysis of the modern, complex operational environments of today's military conflicts or competitive civilian situations such as business.