Category: SSIC 01000 Military Personnel
Updated: 06/24/96
Number: MCO 1510.50A
Subj: ITS SYS SIGINT/GND EW OCCFLD 26

DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
HEADQUARTER UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS
WASHINGTON, DC 20380-0001
MCO 1510.50A
TE 31
20 Mar 92


MARINE CORPS ORDER 1510.50A

From: Commandant of the Marine Corps
To: Distribution List

Subj: INDIVIDUAL TRAINING STANDARDS (ITS) SYSTEM FOR THE
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/GROUND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OCCUPATIONAL FIELD (OCCFLD) 26

Ref: (a) MCO 1553.1B
(b) MCO 1553.2
(c) MCO 1553.3

Encl: (1) Components of an ITS
(2) ITS Management

(3) Index of Tasks by Training Location, Level of
Training, Sustainment, and Grade to Standard
(4) Common ITS Listing
(5) Training Support
(6) Individual Training Standards for the Signals
Intelligence/Ground Electronic Warfare
Occupational Field (OccFld) 26

1. Purpose. To publish the ITS System for OccFld 26.

2. Cancellation. MCO 1510.50.

3. Background

a. The references establish the system used to publish all
training standards, provide policy, and assign responsibilities
for applying the Systems Approach to Training (SAT).

b. ITS's provide a common base of training for all Marines
who have the same MOS. They provide the basis for the SAT of
all individual training. ITS's are to be used by institutional
and unit commanders to determine proficiency of individual
Marines, to establish training plans and courses of
instruction, and to maintain a progressive and systematic
method to monitor training impacts on Individual Career
Development Plans.

c. ITS's are derived from Mission Performance Standards
which come from combat requirements of the Fleet Marine Forces.
Changes to doctrine, force structure, and the introduction of
new weapons and equipment will require revision of this Order
on a regular basis.




4. Information

a. ITS's are to be used by institutional and unit
commanders to design, develop, conduct, and evaluate their
individual training of Marines. Institutional commanders will
derive Terminal Learning Objectives (TLO) and Enabling Learning
Objectives (ELO) from the tasks and performance steps set forth
herein. Task lists reported on Course Descriptive Data (CDD)
submissions will consist of task titles contained in this
Order. Unit commanders will use the tasks contained in this
Order as the basis of individual training in their long range,
short range, and near term training plans.

b. The ITS system for OccFld 26 contains the following:

(1) Enclosure (1) contains the components of an ITS.

(2) Enclosure (2) sets forth the ITS management, as it
relates to use and maintenance.

(3) Enclosure (3) is an index of tasks by training
location, level of training, sustainment, and grade to
standard.

(4) Enclosure (4) is a listing of tasks common to two
or more MOS's in OccFld 26.

(5) Enclosure (5) lists training support in four
categories:

(a) Appendix A, Training Devices, Simulators, and
Training Aids.

(b) Appendix B, Training Equipment.

(c) Appendix C, Ammunition, Explosives, and
Pyrotechnics.

(d) Appendix D, Training Materials.

(6) Enclosure (6) lists ITS's for each MOS in OccFld 26.

5. Action

a. Commanding General, Marine Corps Combat Development
Command (MCCDC)

(1) Ensure that all units and institutions are using
this Order to train personnel to the standards required of their
grade and MOS.

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(2) Ensure that the Marine Corps Institute (MCI) and the
Training and Audiovisual Support Centers (TAVSC) provide
standardized job aids and other training support requirements to
facilitate training in units.

(3) Review, revise, and manage the upkeep of this
Order in coordination with FMF Commanders, MOS/OccFld sponsors
and with subject matter experts.

(4) Ensure coordination occurs with the Commander,
Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM).

b. Commanding Generals of the Fleet Marine Forces and
Supporting Establishment Commands; and Commanders of Separate
Organizations not Commanded by a General Officer

(1) Use this Order to implement the SAT process for
signals intelligence/ground electronic warfare training.

(2) Establish managed on-the-job-training (MOJT)
programs to train Marines using the tasks to form the basis of
initial, sustainment, or refresher training proficiencies in
units both for signals intelligence/ground electronic warfare
and command training plans.

6. Submission of Recommendations and Requirements.
Recommendations concerning the contents of this Order are
invited. Submit recommendations for change and recommended
training requirements to the Commanding General, MCCDC (TE 31)
via the appropriate chain of command.

7. Mobilization. All ITS's in this Order will remain in
effect during mobilization.

8. Reserve Applicability. This Order is applicable to the
Marine Corps Reserve.


J. A. BRABHAM
By direction

DISTRIBUTION: PCN 10201653200

Copy to: 7000110 (55)
7230024 (20)
8145005 (2)
7000144/8145001 (1)


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COMPONENTS OF AN ITS


1. General. ITS's contain six components; task, condition(s),
standard, performance steps, reference(s), and administrative
instructions.

2. Alphanumeric System. Each ITS is identified by the MOS
followed by a series of numbers which identify the Duty Area,
and Task.

a. The MOS is identified by four Arabic numbers. The four
numbers are the ones assigned to the MOS in the MCO P1200.7
(MOS Manual). For the Signals Intelligence/Ground Electronic
Warfare Officer MOS, the numeric designator would be
2602.X.X.

b. Duty areas are identified by ascending Arabic numerals
and are numbered consecutively by MOS. The designator for the
first duty area under MOS 2602 would be 2602.1.X.

c. Tasks within a duty area are numbered consecutively. The
first task under the first duty area of MOS 2602 is numbered
2602.1.1. The second task under the third duty area of MOS
2602 is numbered 2602.3.2, and so forth.

3. ITS Components

a. Task. The task describes what a Marine has to do. It
is a clearly stated, performance oriented action requiring a
learned skill. Knowledge or enrichment topics which are
required for the performance of a specific task are included in
the administrative instructions. This type of information may
very well comprise a separate class with its own TLO/ELO, but
is not a separate task.

b. Condition(s). The conditions set forth the real world
or wartime circumstances in which the tasks are to be
performed. This element of an ITS underscores "realism" in
training. When resources or safety requirements limit the
conditions, this should be stated. It is important to
understand that the conditions set forth in this Order are the
minimum, and may be adjusted when applicable.

c. Standard. A standard is inviolate. It is not
guidance, but a very carefully worded statement which sets the
proficiency level expected when the task is performed. The
standard should summarize the performance steps.

d. Performance Steps. There must be at least two
performance steps for each task. Performance steps specify
actions required to fulfill the proficiency established by the
standard.

e. Reference(s). Reference(s) are doctrinal publications
which provide the authority vested in the performance steps and
references. References should be publications which are
readily available.

f. Administrative Instructions. Administrative
instructions provide the trainer/instructor with special
circumstances relating to the ITS such as safety, real world
limitations, and knowledge or enrichment topics which may be a
prerequisite to successful accomplishment of the ITS.


ENCLOSURE (1)
1


ITS MANAGEMENT


1. ITS Use

a. ITS's are the basis for all individual training in
units and formal schools. Since ITS's are written for every
MOS they specify every proficiency Marines are required to
achieve as individuals in support of their unit combat
missions.

b. ITS's provide measures of performance that must be used
by unit commanders to both diagnose individual deficiencies and
to evaluate training. Deficiencies should be recorded and
scheduled on future training plans. ITS's which are mastered
should be recorded in individual training records and scheduled
for sustainment/refresher training in the future.

c. Institution commanders are responsible for providing
instruction based on ITS's. These selected ITS's appear as
tasks on item number 24 of the Course Descriptive Data. Using
the SAT process, institutional commanders formulate programs of
instruction (POI) which fulfill the requirements of the
operating forces.

d. Unit and institution commanders must work in tandem so
that individuals continue to receive instruction until mandated
proficiencies are achieved. Individual training cannot and
should not cease upon graduation from a formal school. Schools
do not have the resources (people, time, money) to teach every
ITS required for MOS proficiency. Unit commanders must
recognize this and continue individual training. When Marines
do achieve proficiencies, unit commanders must systematically
record these proficiencies and establish periodic sustainment
training according to the frequency set forth in enclosure (3).

2. ITS Maintenance

a. ITS's exist because of the threat. Changes which occur
must be reflected in ITS's as a team effort of the formal
schools, the operating forces, and staff agencies at
Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps and at the Marine Corps Combat
Development Command. Changes in the threat, new
weapons/equipment and doctrine will require new or updated
training proficiencies.

b. ITS's are validated when they are used by institution
and unit commanders. Changes can be initiated by units,
institutions, or higher headquarters. In order to ensure
quality training, ITS's must be updated continuously. Input
will be systematically collected, staffed, and incorporated
into ITS's at least annually.

c. ITS users should be critical of the ITS's as a whole as
they support or fail to support a particular MOS.

d. Specific components of an ITS should also be examined
for realism and pertinence.

e. ITS Management is dynamic. User maintenance is the key
to refining proficiencies which best serve unit missions.


ENCLOSURE (2)
1


INDEX OF TASKS BY TRAINING LOCATION, LEVEL OF TRAINING,
SUSTAINMENT, AND GRADE TO STANDARD


1. This enclosure identifies where ITS's are taught, Training
Location; the Level of Training regarding proficiency, "P" for
preliminary, not to standard, and "S" for trained to standard;
and the lowest grade required to demonstrate proficiency in
each ITS.

2. The Training Location is either Formal School (FS) or MOJT.

3. Sustainment training is always the responsibility of the
unit commander. The number in the MOJT column represents the
number of months between evaluation or retraining to maintain
the proficiency required by the standard.


TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST


MOS 2602, SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/GROUND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OFFICER


2602.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) ESTIMATE
2602.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(EW) ESTIMATE
2602.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) APPENDIX
2602.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(EW) APPENDIX
2602.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 WO/LT
ADVISE COMMANDER AND STAFF
ON SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW)
2602.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 WO/LT
TASK ORGANIZE PERSONNEL AND
EQUIPMENT
2602.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 WO/LT
IDENTIFY COMMUNICATION
REQUIREMENTS
2602.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) PORTION OF
COMMUNICATION ANNEX
2602.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) PORTION OF
COMMUNICATION ANNEX
2602.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) COLLECTION PLAN
2602.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) COLLECTION PLAN
2602.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 WO/LT
DEVELOP ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) PLAN
2602.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 WO/LT
EXECUTE ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) PLAN
2602.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE
SUPPORT MEASURES (ESM) PLAN
2602.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
PROVIDE COMMUNICATIONS
SECURITY (COMSEC) MONITORING
AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT TO
OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC)
EFFORT
2602.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/9 WO/LT
DIRECT EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
UNIT/DETACHMENT
2602.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/9 WO/LT
COORDINATE EMPLOYMENT OF
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) ASSETS WITH
OTHER UNITS
2602.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 WO/LT
SUPERVISE CAMOUFLAGING OF
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) POSITIONS
AND EQUIPMENT
2602.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 WO/LT
DIRECT ESTABLISHMENT OF
OPERATIONS, CONTROL AND
ANALYSIS CENTER (OCAC)
2602.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
MONITOR OPERATIONS, CONTROL
AND ANALYSIS CENTER
(OCAC) OPERATIONS
2602.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/9 WO/LT
ASSIST COMMUNICATION-
ELECTRONIC OFFICER (CEO)
IN RESOLVING MEACONING,
INTERFERENCE, JAMMING,
INTRUSION (MIJI)
INCIDENT


ENCLOSURE (3)
1


TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST


2602.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 WO/LT
DIRECT TACTICAL ELECTRONIC
RECONNAISSANCE PROCESSING
AND EVALUATION SYSTEM
(TERPES) PROCESSING AND
REPORTING PROCEDURES
2602.7.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
IMPLEMENT CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
CONTROL PROCEDURES
2602.7.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
PERFORM SPECIAL SECURITY
FUNCTIONS
2602.7.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/9 WO/LT
ESTABLISH TACTICAL SENSITIVE
COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION
FACILITY (T-SCIF)
2602.7.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 GYSGT
PERFORM INVENTORY OF
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) MATERIAL
2602.7.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY
FOR CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
2602.7.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
2602.7.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
2602.8.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 WO/LT
DIRECT EMBARKATION OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
2602.8.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 WO/LT
MONITOR MAINTENANCE
MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES FOR
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) EQUIPMENT
2602.9.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 WO/LT
DIRECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) TRAINING FOR
UNIT/DETACHMENT/SECTION


MOS 2621, MANUAL MORSE INTERCEPT OPERATOR

2621.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT
ANTENNAS
2621.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA
2621.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE COUNTERMEASURES SET
2621.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) SET
2621.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 PVT
OPERATE INTERCEPT RADIO
RECEIVER
2621.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE RADIO INTERCEPT
FACILITY
2621.1.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE RADIO SET WITH
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) EQUIPMENT
2621.1.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
OPERATE RECORDER-REPRODUCER
2621.1.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 PVT
PREPARE RADIO CONTROL GROUP
FOR REMOTE OPERATION
2621.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL,
TARGET, OR GREENWICH
MEAN TIME (G.M.T.)
2621.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
COPY FOREIGN MORSE
COMMUNICATION TRANSMISSION
2621.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
ENTER CASUAL INTERCEPT LINE
2621.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
IDENTIFY TARGET THROUGH
CALLSIGNS AND OPERATING
TECHNIQUES/PROCEDURES
2621.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
INTERPRET PROCEDURE CHART
2621.2.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
MAINTAIN TARGET CONTINUITY
THROUGH SIGNAL/FREQUENCY
MONITORING
2621.2.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
PERFORM FREQUENCY SEARCH
MISSION
2621.2.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
PERFORM TOUCH TYPING
2621.2.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
RECORD DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) RESULTS ON
INTERCEPT COPY
2621.2.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
SELECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) INTERCEPT SITE

ENCLOSURE (3)
2


TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST

2621.2.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
SERVICE PAGE PRINT MEDIA
2621.2.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/3 LCPL
TRANSCRIBE AN INTERCEPTED
MESSAGE
2621.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/3 LCPL
IDENTIFY DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) TARGET
2621.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/3 LCPL
MAINTAIN A DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) LOG
2621.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
PERFORM COMPOSITE PLOTTING
2621.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
SELECT DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) SITE
2621.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
CONDUCT TRANSMISSION
SECURITY (TRANSEC) TRAINING
2621.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
2621.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY
FOR CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
2621.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
2621.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
FOR TRANSFER
2621.4.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
2621.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
EMPLOY VOICE RADIO
COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES
DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION
2621.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
EXCHANGE INFORMATION
USING A CODE
2621.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF
INFORMATION REQUIRING GREATER
SECURITY THAN OFFERED BY
THE CIRCUIT IN RADIO
TRANSMISSIONS (BEADWINDOW)
2621.5.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 LCPL
RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) DURING
A RADIO TRANSMISSION


MOS 2629, SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST

2629.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
EMPLOY ASSETS OF TECHNICAL
CONTROL AND ANALYSIS CENTER
(TCAC)
2629.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE RADIO SET WITH
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) EQUIPMENT
2629.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
PREPARE COMPUTER AND
PERIPHERAL DEVICES FOR
OPERATION
2629.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/3 SGT
SUPERVISE INSTALLATION OF
RADIO INTERCEPT FACILITY
2629.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/3 SGT
SUPERVISE OPERATION OF RADIO
INTERCEPT FACILITY
2629.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 SGT
SUPERVISE PREPARATION OF
RADIO CONTROL GROUP FOR
REMOTE OPERATION
2629.1.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
SUPERVISE PREPARATION OF
TRANSLATOR TRANSCRIBER AND
ANALYSIS FACILITY FOR
OPERATION
2629.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
ASSIGN CASE NOTATION TO
TARGET COMMUNICATIONS
2629.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 SSGT
ASSIGN DIRECTION FINDING (DF)
PRIORITIES
2629.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SSGT
DEVELOP COLLECTION PLAN
2629.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SSGT
RECOMMEND EMPLOYMENT OF
ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES
(ECM)
2629.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 SGT
SELECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) INTERCEPT
SITE
2629.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
ASSEMBLE TECHNICAL
INFORMATION ON A TARGET
2629.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
PREPARE AN INTERCEPTED
TARGET'S TRAFFIC FOR
COMPUTER PROCESSING
2629.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
CATEGORIZE MESSAGES THROUGH
ANALYSIS OF MESSAGE
EXTERNALS

ENCLOSURE (3)
3


TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST


2629.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
CONSTRUCT A NET DIAGRAM
THROUGH ANALYSIS OF
INTERCEPTED TRAFFIC
2629.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
MAINTAIN A NET DIAGRAM
2629.3.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL,
TARGET, OR GREENWICH MEAN
TIME (G.M.T.)
2629.3.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
DETERMINE RADIO NETWORK
PERSONALITIES
2629.3.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
ESTABLISH NET AND STATION
CONTINUITY ON AN ASSIGNED
TARGET ENTITY
2629.3.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
IDENTIFY NET FUNCTION AND
ASSOCIATED USERS
2629.3.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
IDENTIFY TYPE FREQUENCY AND
CALLSIGN WORKING USED BY
ASSIGNED TARGET
2629.3.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
MAINTAIN A TARGET SITUATION
MAP
2629.3.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
MAINTAIN A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ORDER
OF BATTLE FILE
2629.3.13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
PERFORM FUSION ANALYSIS
2629.3.14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 CPL
RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION
2629.3.15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
PERFORM PROCEDURE AND
CHATTER ANALYSIS
2629.3.16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 SGT
PREPARE AN OPERATOR'S
WORKING AID
2629.3.17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
RECOVER A CALLSIGN SYSTEM
2629.3.18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
UPDATE ELECTRONIC ORDER OF
BATTLE (EOB)
2629.3.19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
RECOVER A FREQUENCY SYSTEM
2629.3.20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
RECOVER A PROCEDURE MATRIX
2629.3.21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
RECOVER A RADIO NET'S
SCHEDULE
2629.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
ASSIGN DELIVERY DISTRIBUTION
INDICATOR (DDI) TO AN
OUTGOING MESSAGE
2629.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
ASSIGN OUTGOING MESSAGE
PRECEDENCE
2629.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
ASSIGN TOPIC AND AREA GUIDES
(TAG) TO SIGINT RELATED
PRODUCTS
2629.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
FUSE COMMUNICATIONS
INTELLIGENCE (COMINT) AND
ELECTRONIC INTELLIGENCE
(ELINT) DATA INTO A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
PRODUCT REPORT
2629.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
PREPARE A RESOURCE STATUS
REPORT (RSR)
2629.4.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
PREPARE A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
TACTICAL REPORT
2629.4.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) WRAP-UP
REPORT
2629.4.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
PREPARE A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
PRODUCT REPORT
2629.4.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
PREPARE A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
TECHNICAL REPORT
2629.4.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
PREPARE A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
PRODUCT REPORT
2629.4.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
REPORT INTERCEPT INFORMATION
VIA STANDARD TECHNICAL
REPORT USING MODULES (STRUM)
2629.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
CLASSIFY MATERIAL
ACCORDING TO CONTENT
2629.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY
(TRANSEC) TRAINING
2629.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 SGT
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
2629.5.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY
FOR CLASSIFIED MATERIALS

ENCLOSURE (3)
4


TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST

2629.5.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
2629.5.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
FOR TRANSFER
2629.5.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
2629.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
EMPLOY VOICE RADIO
COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES
DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION
2629.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
EXCHANGE INFORMATION USING A
CODE
2629.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF
INFORMATION REQUIRING GREATER
SECURITY THAN OFFERED BY THE
CIRCUIT IN RADIO TRANSMISSIONS
(BEADWINDOW)
2629.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) DURING
A RADIO TRANSMISSION


MOS 2631, NON-MORSE/ELINT INTERCEPT OPERATOR


2631.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT
ANTENNAS
2631.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA
2631.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE COUNTERMEASURES SET
2631.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) SET
2631.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 PVT
OPERATE INTERCEPT RADIO
RECEIVER
2631.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE LIGHT SIGNAL MONITOR
FACILITY
2631.1.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE RADIO SET WITH
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) EQUIPMENT
2631.1.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
OPERATE RECORDER-REPRODUCER
2631.1.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
PREPARE COMPUTER AND
PERIPHERAL DEVICES FOR
OPERATION
2631.1.10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
PREPARE RADIO CONTROL GROUP
FOR REMOTE OPERATION
2631.1.11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 LCPL
OPERATE THE TACTICAL
ELECTRONIC RECONNAISSANCE
PROCESSING AND EVALUATION
SYSTEM (TERPES)
2631.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
CHECK INTERCEPT COPY FOR
ACCURACY AND COMPLETENESS
2631.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL,
TARGET, OR GREENWICH MEAN
TIME (G.M.T.)
2631.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
COPY PILOT MORSE
2631.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
IDENTIFY BASEBANDS
2631.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
IDENTIFY MULTICHANNEL SIGNALS
2631.2.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
IDENTIFY TARGET THROUGH
CALLSIGNS AND OPERATING
TECHNIQUES/PROCEDURES
2631.2.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
IDENTIFY TYPE OF NON-MORSE
SIGNAL
2631.2.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
INTERPRET PROCEDURE CHART
2631.2.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
MAINTAIN TARGET CONTINUITY
THROUGH SIGNAL/FREQUENCY
MONITORING
2631.2.10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
PERFORM FREQUENCY SEARCH
MISSION
2631.2.11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
PREPARE TAPE RECORDING DATA
LOG FOR COMMUNICATION
INTERCEPT
2631.2.12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
PRODUCE VISICORDER/
SONOGRAPHIC MEDIA
2631.2.13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
RECORD DIRECTION FINDING (DF)
RESULTS ON INTERCEPT COPY

ENCLOSURE (3)
5


TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST

2631.2.14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 CPL
SELECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/
EW) INTERCEPT SITE
2631.2.15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
SERVICE PAGE PRINT MEDIA
2631.2.16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
SERVICE VISICORDER/SONOGRAPH
INTERCEPT
2631.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 CPL
SELECT DIRECTION FINDING (DF)
SITE
2631.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
IDENTIFY DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) TARGET
2631.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
MAINTAIN A DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) LOG
2631.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 CPL
OPERATE AS DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) NET CONTROL
2631.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 LCPL
PERFORM COMPOSITE PLOTTING
2631.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
ASSIGN OUTGOING MESSAGE
PRECEDENCE
2631.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
DETERMINE MILITARY GRID
COORDINATES OF TARGET
NONCOMMUNICATIONS EMITTER
2631.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 CPL
DETERMINE SPECIAL ANALYTIC
INTEREST ITEMS BY SYSTEM
2631.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
IDENTIFY SIGNAL TO RADIO
SIGNAL NOTATIONS (RASIN)
MANUAL DESIGNATORS
2631.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
IDENTIFY TYPE OF ELECTRONIC
INTELLIGENCE (ELINT) TARGET
2631.4.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
MAINTAIN A TARGET SITUATION
MAP
2631.4.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
PREPARE AN INTERCEPTED
TARGET'S TRAFFIC FOR
COMPUTER PROCESSING
2631.4.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 SGT
PREPARE AN OPERATOR'S
WORKING AID
2631.4.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
PERFORM FUSION ANALYSIS
2631.4.10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
PREPARE LINK-END INTERCEPT
DIARY USING BLACKWATCH
INFORMATION
2631.4.11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION
2631.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
ASSIGN DELIVERY DISTRIBUTION
INDICATOR (DDI) TO AN
OUTGOING MESSAGE
2631.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
CHECK A RESOURCE STATUS
REPORT (RSR)
2631.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
FUSE COMMUNICATIONS (COMINT)
AND ELECTRONIC INTELLIGENCE
(ELINT) DATA INTO A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
PRODUCT REPORT
2631.5.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURE (ECM)
WRAP-UP REPORT
2631.5.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC
INTELLIGENCE (ELINT) REPORT/
MESSAGE
2631.5.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
PREPARE A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
TECHNICAL REPORT
2631.5.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
REPORT INTERCEPT INFORMATION
VIA STANDARD TECHNICAL REPORT
USING MODULES (STRUM)
2631.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 CPL
CLASSIFY MATERIAL ACCORDING
TO CONTENT
2631.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 SGT
CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY
(TRANSEC) TRAINING
2631.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
2631.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY
FOR CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
2631.6.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
2631.6.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 CPL
PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
FOR TRANSFER
2631.6.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 CPL
RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

ENCLOSURE (3)
6


TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST

2631.7.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
EXCHANGE INFORMATION USING
A CODE
2631.7.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF
INFORMATION REQUIRING GREATER
SECURITY THAN OFFERED BY THE
CIRCUIT IN RADIO
TRANSMISSIONS (BEADWINDOW)
2631.7.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) DURING
A RADIO TRANSMISSION


MOS 2649, CRYPTANALYST


2649.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CPL
PREPARE COMPUTER AND
PERIPHERAL DEVICES FOR
OPERATION
2649.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CPL
IDENTIFY TYPE OF CYRPTOSYSTEM
IN AN ENCRYPTED MESSAGE
2649.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CPL
MAINTAIN CRYPTANALYST CASE
HISTORY
2649.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
ASSEMBLE TECHNICAL
INFORMATION ON A TARGET
2649.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
DETERMINE RADIO NETWORK
PERSONALITIES
2649.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
MAINTAIN A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ORDER
OF BATTLE FILE
2649.2.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 CPL
RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION
2649.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CPL
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCIPHERED USING
MULTILATERAL SUBSTITUTION
2649.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CPL
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCIPHERED USING
POLYALPHABETIC SUBSTITUTION
2649.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CPL
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCIPHERED USING
POLYGRAPHIC SUBSTITUTION
2649.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CPL
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCIPHERED USING
UNILATERAL SUBSTITUTION
2649.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CPL
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCIPHERED USING
TRANSPOSITION
2649.3.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CPL
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCODED USING A CODE
2649.3.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CPL
PREPARE REQUIRED
CRYPTANALYTIC REPORTS
2649.3.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CPL
PREPARE CRYPTANALYTIC WORKING
AIDS


MOS 2651, SPECIAL INTELLIGENCE COMMUNICATOR


2651.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
ADVISE COMMANDER AND STAFF ON
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/
EW) COMMUNICATIONS
2651.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/
EW) PORTION OF COMMUNICATION
ANNEX
2651.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
PREPARE DETACHMENT
COMMUNICATIONS ANNEX TO
OPERATION ORDER
2651.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
TASK ORGANIZE PERSONNEL AND
EQUIPMENT
2651.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
PLAN AND DESIGN A FIELD WIRE
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
2651.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
EXECUTE SIGNAL INTELLIGENCE
COMMUNICATION PLANS
2651.1.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
DIRECT EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNAL
INTELLIGENCE COMMUNICATION
ASSETS
2651.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SSGT
INITIATE A CONTINGENCY
ALTERNATE ROUTE PLAN (CARP)
2651.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL,
TARGET, OR GREENWICH MEAN
TIME (G.M.T.)

ENCLOSURE (3)
7


TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST

2651.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
INITIATE A COMMUNICATION
SERVICE MESSAGE
2651.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 CPL
MAINTAIN COMMUNICATION CENTER
LOGS
2651.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 CPL
PREPARE COMMUNICATION CENTER
REPORTS
2651.2.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
PREPARE A MESSAGE FOR
ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION
2651.2.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 3 *****
PROCESS CRITIC MESSAGES
2651.2.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
ROUTE A MESSAGE
2651.2.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
ASSIGN DELIVERY DISTRIBUTION
INDICATOR (DDI) TO AN
OUTGOING MESSAGE
2651.2.10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
ASSIGN OUTGOING MESSAGE
PRECEDENCE
2651.2.11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
RESPOND TO A COMMUNICATION
CIRCUIT OUTAGE
2651.2.12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
RESPOND TO A COMMUNICATION
SERVICE MESSAGE
2651.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT
ANTENNAS
2651.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA
2651.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
INSTALL A FIELD WIRE
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
2651.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE
SWITCHBOARD
2651.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE COMMUNICATIONS
CENTRAL
2651.3.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE COMSEC KEYING DEVICE
2651.3.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE MANUAL TELEPHONE
SWITCHBOARD
2651.3.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/
MRC-138A RADIO SET
2651.3.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/PSC-2
DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
TERMINAL (DCT)
2651.3.10. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/UCX-7
LIGHTWEIGHT DIGITAL FACSIMILE
2651.3.11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 3 PVT
OPERATE OFF-LINE
CRYPTOGRAPHIC DEVICE
2651.3.12. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
OPERATE ON-LINE RACK MOUNTED
COMSEC DEVICE
2651.3.13. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE RADIO SET WITH
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) EQUIPMENT
2651.3.14. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/
UGC-74(V)3 COMMUNICATIONS
TERMINAL
2651.3.15. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/PSC-3
MANPACK SATELLITE TERMINAL
2651.3.16. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
OPERATE TELETYPEWRITER SET
2651.3.17. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 PVT
PREPARE COMPUTER AND
PERIPHERAL DEVICES FOR
OPERATION
2651.3.18. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
INSTALL RADIO SET CONTROL
GROUP AN/GRA-39B FOR REMOTE
OPERATION
2651.3.19. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 PVT
OPERATE THE ABOVEBOARD SYSTEM
2651.3.20. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 PVT
OPERATE THE TACINTEL LINK
CONTROL FACILITY (TLCF)
2651.3.21. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 PVT
OPERATE THE STREAMLINER
SYSTEM
2651.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
PERFORM SPECIAL SECURITY
FUNCTIONS
2651.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
IMPLEMENT CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
CONTROL PROCEDURES
2651.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
ESTABLISH TACTICAL SENSITIVE
COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION
FACILITY (T-SCIF)

ENCLOSURE (3)
8


TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST

2651.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 GYSGT
CLASSIFY MATERIAL ACCORDING
TO CONTENT
2651.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
CONDUCT TRANSMISSION
SECURITY (TRANSEC) TRAINING
2651.4.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
2651.4.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
2651.4.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY
FOR CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
2651.4.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
2651.4.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 GYSGT
PERFORM INVENTORY OF
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) MATERIAL
2651.4.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
FOR TRANSFER
2651.4.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 GYSGT
PREPARE SPECIAL BACKGROUND
INVESTIGATION (SBI)

MOS 267X, CRYPTOLOGIC LINGUIST

267X.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT
ANTENNAS
267X.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA
267X.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE COUNTERMEASURES SET
267X.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) SET
267X.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
OPERATE INTERCEPT RADIO
RECEIVER
267X.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE RADIO INTERCEPT
FACILITY
267X.1.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
OPERATE RADIO SET WITH
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) EQUIPMENT
267X.1.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 LCPL
OPERATE RECORDER-REPRODUCER
267X.1.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
OPERATE SPECTRUM ANALYZER
267X.1.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 LCPL
PREPARE COMPUTER AND
PERIPHERAL DEVICES FOR
OPERATION
267X.1.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
PREPARE TRANSLATOR
TRANSCRIBER AND ANALYSIS
FACILITY FOR OPERATION
267X.1.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
PREPARE RADIO CONTROL GROUP
FOR REMOTE OPERATION
267X.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 LCPL
CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL,
TARGET, OR GREENWICH MEAN
TIME (G.M.T.)
267X.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
COPY FOREIGN VOICE
COMMUNICATION TRANSMISSION
267X.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
ENTER CASUAL INTERCEPT LINE
267X.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
HANDCOPY AN INTERCEPTED
MESSAGE
267X.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
IDENTIFY TARGET THROUGH
CALLSIGNS AND OPERATING
TECHNIQUES/PROCEDURES
267X.2.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
INTERPRET PROCEDURE CHART
267X.2.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
MAINTAIN TARGET CONTINUITY
THROUGH SIGNAL/FREQUENCY
MONITORING
267X.2.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 LCPL
MAKE INITIAL AND CONCLUDING
VOICE ANNOUNCEMENTS ONTO A
RECORDING
267X.2.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
PERFORM FREQUENCY SEARCH
MISSION
267X.2.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
PREPARE GIST OF INTERCEPTED
FOREIGN VOICE COMMUNICATIONS
267X.2.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
PREPARE VERBATIM TRANSCRIPT
OF AN INTERCEPTED MESSAGE

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TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST

267X.2.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 LCPL
RECORD DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) RESULTS ON INTERCEPT COPY
267X.2.13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 SGT
REQUEST DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) ON VOICE INTERCEPT
267X.2.14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 LCPL
SERVICE PAGE PRINT MEDIA
267X.2.15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/3 CPL
TRANSLATE FOREIGN LANGUAGE
TEXT TO ENGLISH TEXT
267X.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
IDENTIFY DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) TARGET
267X.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 LCPL
MAINTAIN A DIRECTION
FINDING (DF) LOG
267X.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
OPERATE AS DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) NET CONTROL
267X.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 LCPL
PERFORM COMPOSITE PLOTTING
267X.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 CPL
SELECT DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) SITE
267X.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
DETERMINE RADIO NETWORK
PERSONALITIES
267X.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 SSGT
DEVELOP COLLECTION PLAN
267X.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
MAINTAIN A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ORDER
OF BATTLE FILE
267X.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
PREPARE AN INTERCEPTED
TARGET'S VOICE TRAFFIC FOR
COMPUTER PROCESSING
267X.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 SGT
PREPARE AN OPERATOR'S
WORKING AID
267X.4.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION
267X.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
WRAP-UP REPORT
267X.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
PREPARE A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
PRODUCT REPORT
267X.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
REPORT INTERCEPT INFORMATION
VIA STANDARD TECHNICAL
REPORT USING MODULES (STRUM)
267X.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
CLASSIFY MATERIAL ACCORDING
TO CONTENT
267X.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 SGT
CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY
(TRANSEC) TRAINING
267X.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
267X.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY
FOR CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
267X.6.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
267X.6.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
FOR TRANSFER
267X.6.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 CPL
RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
267X.7.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
EMPLOY VOICE RADIO
COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES
DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION
267X.7.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
EXCHANGE INFORMATION USING
A CODE
267X.7.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 LCPL
IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF
INFORMATION REQUIRING
GREATER SECURITY THAN
OFFERED BY THE CIRCUIT IN
RADIO TRANSMISSIONS
(BEADWINDOW)
267X.7.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION

MOS 2691, SIGNAL INTELLIGENCE/GROUND ELECTRONIC WARFARE CHIEF

2691.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
ADVISE COMMANDER AND STAFF
ON SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)

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TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST

2691.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
TASK ORGANIZE PERSONNEL AND
EQUIPMENT
2691.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
PORTION OF COMMUNICATION
ANNEX
2691.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
PORTION OF COMMUNICATION
ANNEX
2691.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 MSGT/M
IDENTIFY COMMUNICATION
REQUIREMENTS
2691.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) COLLECTION PLAN
2691.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) COLLECTION PLAN
2691.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 SGT
IDENTIFY NET FUNCTION AND
ASSOCIATED USERS
2691.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 SGT
MAINTAIN A TARGET SITUATION
MAP
2691.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
EXECUTE ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) PLAN
2691.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE
SUPPORT MEASURES (ESM) PLAN
2691.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
PROVIDE COMMUNICATIONS
SECURITY (COMSEC) MONITORING
AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT TO
ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECCM)
EFFORT
2691.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 WO/LT
PROVIDE COMMUNICATIONS
SECURITY (COMSEC) MONITORING
AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT TO
OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC)
EFFORT
2691.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
DIRECT EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) UNIT
2691.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
DIRECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
EQUIPMENT OPERATION
2691.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2/12 MSGT
COORDINATE EMPLOYMENT OF
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
ASSETS WITH OTHER UNITS
2691.5.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
SUPERVISE CAMOUFLAGING OF
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
POSITIONS AND EQUIPMENT
2691.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
ESTABLISH OPERATIONS, CONTROL
AND ANALYSIS CENTER (OCAC)
2691.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
MONITOR OPERATIONS, CONTROL
AND ANALYSIS CENTER (OCAC)
OPERATIONS
2691.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
ASSIST
COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONIC
OFFICER (CEO) IN RESOLVING
MEACONING, INTERFERENCE,
JAMMING, INTRUSION (MIJI)
INCIDENT
2691.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
DIRECT TACTICAL ELECTRONIC
RECONNAISSANCE PROCESSING
AND EVALUATION SYSTEM
(TERPES) PROCESSING AND
REPORTING PROCEDURES
2691.6.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 CPL
RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION
2691.7.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
IMPLEMENT CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
CONTROL PROCEDURES
2691.7.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
PERFORM SPECIAL SECURITY
FUNCTIONS
2691.7.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
ESTABLISH TACTICAL SENSITIVE
COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION
FACILITY (T-SCIF)
2691.7.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 PVT
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY
FOR CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
2691.7.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 6 LCPL
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
2691.7.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/6 LCPL
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
2691.8.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S/12 MSGT
DIRECT EMBARKATION OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) EQUIPMENT
AND SUPPLIES

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TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST

2691.8.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 MSGT
DIRECT MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT
PROCEDURES FOR SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) EQUIPMENT
2691.9.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 MSGT
DIRECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
TRAINING FOR UNIT/DETACHMENT/
SECTION

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COMMON ITS LISTING


1. General. This enclosure provides a cross reference of
ITS's common to more than one MOS within OccFld 26. It is
designed to assist the trainer in consolidating training for
common tasks. Essential subjects ITS's are not listed since
all Marines, regardless of MOS or grade, must be able to
achieve the standard for those tasks.

2. Format. The enclosure lists the Task Title for each common
task within the Occfld. Common Task Numbers follow each Task
Title.

TASK NUMBER EXAMPLE: 2602.1.1

* 2602 refers to the applicable Signals Intelligence/Ground
Electronic Warfare Officer.

* .1 refers to the Duty Area within the MOS; in this case,
"SIGINT/EW Planning Procedures".

* .1 refers to the Task; in this case, "Develop SIGINT
Estimate".


TASK TITLE COMMON TASK NUMBERS

ADVISE COMMANDER AND 2602.1.5 2691.1.1
STAFF ON SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW)

ASSEMBLE TECHNICAL 2629.3.1 2649.2.3
INFORMATION ON A
TARGET

ASSIGN DELIVERY 2629.4.1 2631.5.1 2651.2.9
DISTRIBUTION INDICATOR
(DDI) TO AN OUTGOING
MESSAGE

ASSIGN OUTGOING 2629.4.2 2631.4.1 2651.2.10
MESSAGE PRECEDENCE

ASSIST COMMUNICATION- 2602.6.3 2691.6.3
ELECTRONIC OFFICER
(CEO) IN RESOLVING
MEACONING, INTERFERENCE,
JAMMING, INTRUSION
(MIJI) INCIDENT

CLASSIFY MATERIAL 2629.5.1 2631.6.1 2651.4.4 267X.6.1
ACCORDING TO CONTENT

CONDUCT TRANSMISSION 2621.4.1 2629.5.2 2631.6.2 2651.4.5
SECURITY (TRANSEC) 267X.6.2
TRAINING

CONVERT TIMES TO 2621.2.1 2629.3.6 2631.2.2 2651.2.2
LOCAL, TARGET, OR 267X.2.1
GREENWICH MEAN TIME
(G.M.T.)

COORDINATE EMPLOYMENT 2602.5.2 2691.5.3
OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) ASSETS
WITH OTHER UNITS

DESTROY CLASSIFIED 2602.7.7 2621.4.2 2629.5.3 2631.6.3
WORKING MATERIAL/ 2651.4.7 267X.6.3 2691.7.6
RESIDUAL

DETERMINE RADIO 2629.3.7 2649.2.4 267X.4.1
NETWORK PERSONALITIES

DEVELOP COLLECTION 2629.2.3 267X.4.2
PLAN

DEVELOP ELECTRONIC 2602.4.3 2691.4.2
WARFARE SUPPORT
MEASURES (ESM) PLAN

DEVELOP SIGNALS 2602.3.1 2691.3.1
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
COLLECTION PLAN

DEVELOP SIGNALS 2602.2.2 2651.1.2 2691.2.1
INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) PORTION OF
COMMUNICATION ANNEX

DIRECT EMBARKATION OF 2602.8.1 2691.8.1
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) EQUIPMENT
AND SUPPLIES

DIRECT SIGNALS 2602.9.1 2691.9.1
INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) TRAINING
FOR UNIT/DETACHMENT/
SECTION


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TASK TITLE COMMON TASK NUMBERS

DIRECT TACTICAL 2602.6.4 2691.6.4
ELECTRONIC
RECONNAISSANCE
PROCESSING AND
EVALUATION SYSTEM
(TERPES) PROCESSING AND
REPORTING PROCEDURES

EMPLOY VOICE RADIO 2621.5.1 2629.6.1 267X.7.1
COMMUNICATION
PROCEDURES DURING A
RADIO TRANSMISSION

ENTER CASUAL 2621.2.3 267X.2.3
INTERCEPT LINE

ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT 2621.1.1 2631.1.1 2651.3.1 267X.1.1
ANTENNAS

ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA 2621.1.2 2631.1.2 2651.3.2 267X.1.2


ESTABLISH TACTICAL 2602.7.3 2651.4.3 2691.7.3
SENSITIVE
COMPARTMENTED
INFORMATION
FACILITY (T-SCIF)

EXCHANGE INFORMATION 2621.5.2 2629.6.2 2631.7.1 267X.7.2
USING A CODE

EXECUTE ELECTRONIC 2602.4.2 2691.4.1
COUNTERMEASURES
(ECM) PLAN

EXECUTE SIGNALS 2602.3.2 2691.3.2
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
COLLECTION PLAN

EXECUTE SIGNALS 2602.2.3 2691.2.2
INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) PORTION OF
COMMUNICATION ANNEX

IDENTIFY 2602.2.1 2691.2.3
COMMUNICATION
REQUIREMENTS

IDENTIFY DIRECTION 2621.3.1 2631.3.2 267X.3.1
FINDING (DF) TARGET

IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE 2621.5.3 2629.6.3 2631.7.2 267X.7.3
OF INFORMATION
REQUIRING GREATER
SECURITY THAN OFFERED
BY THE CIRCUIT IN
RADIO TRANSMISSIONS
(BEADWINDOW)

IDENTIFY NET FUNCTION 2629.3.9 2691.3.3
AND ASSOCIATED USERS

IDENTIFY TARGET 2621.2.4 2631.2.6 267X.2.5
THROUGH CALLSIGNS AND
OPERATING TECHNIQUES/
PROCEDURES

IMPLEMENT CLASSIFIED 2602.7.1 2651.4.2 2691.7.1
MATERIAL CONTROL
PROCEDURES

INTERPRET PROCEDURE 2621.2.5 2631.2.8 267X.2.6
CHART

MAINTAIN A DIRECTION 2621.3.2 2631.3.3 267X.3.2
FINDING (DF) LOG

MAINTAIN A SIGNALS 2629.3.12 2649.2.5 267X.4.3
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
ORDER OF BATTLE FILE

MAINTAIN A TARGET 2629.3.11 2631.4.6 2691.3.4
SITUATION MAP

MAINTAIN PHYSICAL 2602.7.5 2621.4.3 2629.5.4 2631.6.4
SECURITY FOR 2651.4.8 267X.6.4 2691.7.4
CLASSIFIED MATERIALS

MAINTAIN TARGET 2621.2.6 2631.2.9 267X.2.7
CONTINUITY THROUGH
SIGNAL/FREQUENCY
MONITORING

MONITOR OPERATIONS, 2602.6.2 2691.6.2
CONTROL AND ANALYSIS
CENTER (OCAC)
OPERATIONS

OPERATE AS DIRECTION 2631.3.4 267X.3.3
FINDING (DF) NET
CONTROL

OPERATE 2621.1.3 2631.1.3 267X.1.3
COUNTERMEASURES SET

OPERATE DIRECTION 2621.1.4 2631.1.4 267X.1.4
FINDING (DF) SET

OPERATE INTERCEPT 2621.1.5 2631.1.5 267X.1.5
RADIO RECEIVER

OPERATE RADIO 2621.1.6 267X.1.6
INTERCEPT FACILITY

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TASK TITLE COMMON TASK NUMBERS

OPERATE RADIO SET 2621.1.7 2629.1.2 2631.1.7 2651.3.13
WITH COMMUNICATIONS 267X.1.7
SECURITY (COMSEC)
EQUIPMENT

OPERATE RECORDER- 2621.1.8 2631.1.8 267X.1.8
REPRODUCER

PERFORM COMPOSITE 2621.3.3 2631.3.5 267X.3.4
PLOTTING

PERFORM EMERGENCY 2602.7.6 2621.4.4 2629.5.5 2631.6.5
ACTION PROCEDURES 2651.4.9 267X.6.5 2691.7.5
RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

PERFORM FREQUENCY 2621.2.7 2631.2.10 267X.2.9
SEARCH MISSION

PERFORM FUSION 2629.3.13 2631.4.9
ANALYSIS

PERFORM INVENTORY OF 2602.7.4 2651.4.10
COMMUNICATIONS
SECURITY
(COMSEC) MATERIAL

PERFORM SPECIAL 2602.7.2 2651.4.1 2691.7.2
SECURITY FUNCTIONS

PREPARE A SIGNALS 2629.4.10 2629.4.8 267X.5.2
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
PRODUCT REPORT

PREPARE A SIGNALS 2629.4.9 2631.5.6
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
TECHNICAL REPORT

PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC 2629.4.7 267X.5.1
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
WRAP-UP REPORT

PREPARE AN 2629.3.2 2631.4.7
INTERCEPTED TARGET'S
TRAFFIC FOR COMPUTER
PROCESSING

PREPARE AN OPERATOR'S 2629.3.16 2631.4.8 267X.4.5
WORKING AID

PREPARE CLASSIFIED 2621.4.5 2629.5.6 2631.6.6 2651.4.11
MATERIAL FOR TRANSFER 267X.6.6

PREPARE COMPUTER AND 2629.1.3 2631.1.9 2649.1.1 2651.3.17
PERIPHERAL DEVICE FOR 267X.1.10
OPERATION

PREPARE RADIO CONTROL 2621.1.9 2631.1.10 267X.1.12
GROUP FOR REMOTE
OPERATION

PROVIDE 2602.4.4 2691.4.4
COMMUNICATIONS
SECURITY (COMSEC)
MONITORING AND
ANALYSIS SUPPORT TO
OPERATIONS SECURITY
(OPSEC) EFFORT

RECEIVE CLASSIFIED 2621.4.6 2629.5.7 2631.6.7 2651.4.6
MATERIAL 267X.6.7

RECOGNIZE CRITIC 2629.3.14 2631.4.11 2649.2.6 267X.4.6
INFORMATION 2691.6.5

RECORD DIRECTION 2621.2.9 2631.2.13 267X.2.12
FINDING (DF) RESULTS
ON INTERCEPT COPY

REPORT INTERCEPT 2629.4.11 2631.5.7 267X.5.3
INFORMATION VIA
STANDARD TECHNICAL
REPORT USING
MODULES (STRUM)

RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC 2621.5.4 2629.6.4 2631.7.3 267X.7.4
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
DURING A RADIO
TRANSMISSION

SELECT DIRECTION 2621.3.4 2631.3.1 267X.3.5
FINDING (DF) SITE

SELECT SIGNALS 2621.2.10 2629.2.5 2631.2.14
INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
INTERCEPT SITE

SERVICE PAGE PRINT 2621.2.11 2631.2.15 267X.2.14
MEDIA

SUPERVISE 2602.5.3 2691.5.4
CAMOUFLAGING OF
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
POSITIONS AND
EQUIPMENT

ENCLOSURE (4)
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TASK TITLE COMMON TASK NUMBERS

TASK ORGANIZE 2602.1.6 2651.1.4 2691.1.2
PERSONNEL AND
EQUIPMENT

ENCLOSURE (4)
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TRAINING SUPPORT


1. This enclosure identifies training support in four
categories for each MOS or the OccFld as a whole. Some of the
support items are identified by tasks, groups of tasks, or for
the entire task list as follows:


Appendix A: Training Devices, Simulators, and Training Aids

Appendix B: Training Equipment

Appendix C: Ammunition, Explosives, and Pyrotechnics

Appendix D: Training Materials

2. If support identified in any appendix does not apply, the
appendix will be included stating: "DOES NOT APPLY TO THIS
MOS/OCCFLD.


ENCLOSURE (5)
1


TRAINING DEVICES, SIMULATORS, AND TRAINING AIDS


THIS ENCLOSURE IS NOT APPLICABLE


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-A-1


TRAINING EQUIPMENT


MOS EQUIPMENT NOMENCLATURE


2621 COMPASS

COMPUTER GRID

COUNTERMEASURES SET AN/ULQ-19

CRYPTOGRAPHIC DEVICE TSEC/KY-57
TSEC/KY-65

CRYPTOGRAPHIC LOADING DEVICE TSEC/KYK-13
TSEC/KYK-15
KOI-18

DIRECTION FINDING SET AN/PRD-10
AN/PRD-11

INTERCEPT RADIO RECEIVER AN/GRR-8

LIGHT SIGNAL MONITOR FACILITY AN/TSQ-88A

MANUAL TELEPHONE SWITCHBOARD SB-22/PT

PLOTTING BOARD

RADIO CONTROL GROUP AN/GRA-39B
AN/GRA-6

RADIO INTERCEPT FACILITY AN/TSQ-54B
AN/TSQ-103A
AN/URR-74

RADIO SET AN/PRC-77
AN/PSC-2
AN/PSC-3
AN/VRC-12
AN/VRC-46

RECORDER-REPRODUCER AN/PNH-7

TELEPHONE SET TA-312/PT
TA-1/PT

TYPEWRITER TA-838


2629 COMPASS

COMPUTER GRID

CRYPTOGRAPHIC DEVICE TSEC/KY-57
TSEC/KY-65

CRYPTOGRAPHIC LOADING DEVICE TSEC/KYK-13
TSEC/KYK-15
KOI-18

RADIO CONTROL GROUP AN/GRA-39B

RADIO INTERCEPT FACILITY AN/TSQ-54B
AN/TSQ-103A
AN/TSQ-88A
AN/URR-74

RADIO SET AN/PRC-77
AN/PSC-2
AN/PSC-3


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-B-1


AN/VRC-12
AN/VRC-46

TECHNICAL CONTROL AND AN/TSQ-130(V)
ANALYSIS CENTER

TRANSLATOR TRANSCRIBER AN/TSQ-68B
AND ANALYSIS FACILITY


2631 COMPASS

COUNTERMEASURES SET AN/ULQ-19

CRYPTOGRAPHIC DEVICE TSEC/KY-57
TSEC/KY-65

CRYPTOGRAPHIC LOADING DEVICE TSEC/KYK-13
TSEC/KYK-15
KOI-18

DIRECTION FINDING SET AN/PRD-10
AN/PRD-11

INTERCEPT RADIO RECEIVER AN/GRR-8

LIGHT SIGNAL MONITOR FACILITY AN/TSQ-88A

OSCILLOSCOPE

PLOTTING BOARD

RADIO CONTROL GROUP AN/GRA-39B
AN/GRA-6

RADIO SET AN/PRC-77
AN/PSC-2
AN/PSC-3
AN/VRC-12
AN/VRC-46

RECORDER-REPRODUCER AN/PNH-7

SONOGRAPH GSH-24

TELEPHONE SET TA-312/PT
TA-1/PT
TA-838

VISICORDER HP-1508B


2651 ANTENNA RC-292

AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE SB-3614/TT
SWITCHBOARD

COMMUNICATIONS CENTRAL AN/MSC-63
AN/TYC-39

COMMUNICATIONS TERMINAL AN/UGC-74(V)3

COMPUTER GRID

CRYPTOGRAPHIC DEVICE TSEC/KY-57
TSEC/KY-65

CRYPTOGRAPHIC LOADING DEVICE TSEC/KYK-13
TSEC/KYK-15
KOI-18


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-B-2


DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS TERMINAL AN/PSC-2

MANUAL TELEPHONE SWITCHBOARD SB-22/PT

OFF-LINE CRYPTOGRAPHIC DEVICE KL-51

ON-LINE CRYPTOGRAPHIC DEVICE TSEC/KG-84

RADIO CONTROL GROUP AN/GRA-39B

RADIO SET AN/MRC-138A
AN/PRC-77
AN/PSC-3
AN/VRC-12
AN/VRC-46

RADIO SET CONTROL AN/GRA-39B

RECORDER-REPRODUCER AN/PNH-7

REELING MACHINE RL-172

TELETYPEWRITER SET AN/TGC-14A
AN/UGC-74A

TERMINAL BOX TA-125/GT

267X COMPUTER GRID

COUNTERMEASURES SET AN/ULQ-19

CRYPTOGRAPHIC DEVICE TSEC/KY-57
TSEC/KY-65

CRYPTOGRAPHIC LOADING DEVICE TSEC/KYK-13
TSEC/KYK-15
KOI-18

DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS TERMINAL AN/PSC-2

DIRECTION FINDING SET AN/PRD-10
AN/PRD-11

INTERCEPT RADIO RECEIVER AN/GRR-8

PLOTTING BOARD

RADIO INTERCEPT FACILITY AN/TSQ-54B
AN/TSQ-103A
AN/TSQ-88A
AN/URR-74

RADIO SET AN/PRC-77
AN/PSC-3
AN/VRC-12
AN/VRC-46

RECORDER-REPRODUCER AN/PNH-7

SPECTRUM ANALYZER

TIME CODE GENERATOR

TRANSLATOR TRANSCRIBER AN/TSQ-68B
ANALYSIS FACILITY


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-B-3


AMMUNITION, EXPLOSIVES, AND PYROTECHNICS


DOES NOT APPLY TO THIS OCCFLD


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-C-1


TRAINING MATERIALS


2602.1.1

2602.1.2

2602.1.3

2602.1.4

2602.1.5

2602.1.6

2602.2.1

2602.2.2

2602.2.3

2602.3.1

2602.3.2

2602.4.1

2602.4.2

2602.4.3

2602.4.4

2602.5.1

2602.5.2

2602.5.3

2602.6.1

2602.6.2

2602.6.3

2602.6.4

2602.7.1

2602.7.2

2602.7.3

2602.7.4

2602.7.5

2602.7.6

2602.7.7

2602.8.1

2602.8.2

2602.9.1

2621.1.1

2621.1.2


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-D-1


2621.1.3

2621.1.4

2621.1.5

2621.1.6

2621.1.7

2621.1.8

2621.1.9

2621.2.1

2621.2.2

2621.2.3

2621.2.4

2621.2.5

2621.2.6

2621.2.7

2621.2.8

2621.2.9

2621.2.10

2621.2.11

2621.2.12

2621.3.1

2621.3.2

2621.3.3

2621.3.4

2621.4.1

2621.4.2

2621.4.3

2621.4.4

2621.4.5

2621.4.6

2621.5.1

2621.5.2

2621.5.3

2621.5.4

2629.1.1

2629.1.2

2629.1.3


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-D-2


2629.1.4

2629.1.5

2629.1.6

2629.1.7

2629.2.1

2629.2.2

2629.2.3

2629.2.4

2629.2.5

2629.3.1

2629.3.2

2629.3.3

2629.3.4

2629.3.5

2629.3.6

2629.3.7

2629.3.8

2629.3.9

2629.3.10

2629.3.11

2629.3.12

2629.3.13

2629.3.14

2629.3.15

2629.3.16

2629.3.17

2629.3.18

2629.3.19

2629.3.20

2629.3.21

2629.4.1

2629.4.2

2629.4.3

2629.4.4

2629.4.5

2629.4.6


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-D-3


2629.4.7

2629.4.8

2629.4.9

2629.4.10

2629.4.11

2629.5.1

2629.5.2

2629.5.3

2629.5.4

2629.5.5

2629.5.6

2629.5.7

2629.6.1

2629.6.2

2629.6.3

2629.6.4

2631.1.1

2631.1.2

2631.1.3

2631.1.4

2631.1.5

2631.1.6

2631.1.7

2631.1.8

2631.1.9

2631.1.10

2631.2.1

2631.2.2

2631.2.3

2631.2.4

2631.2.5

2631.2.6

2631.2.7

2631.2.8

2631.2.9

2631.2.10


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-D-4


2631.2.11

2631.2.12

2631.2.13

2631.2.14

2631.2.15

2631.2.16

2631.3.1

2631.3.2

2631.3.3

2631.3.4

2631.3.5

2631.4.1

2631.4.2

2631.4.3

2631.4.4

2631.4.5

2631.4.6

2631.4.7

2631.4.8

2631.4.9

2631.4.10

2631.4.11

2631.5.1

2631.5.2

2631.5.3

2631.5.4

2631.5.5

2631.5.6

2631.5.7

2631.6.1

2631.6.2

2631.6.3

2631.6.4

2631.6.5

2631.6.6

2631.6.7


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-D-5


2631.7.1

2631.7.2

2631.7.3

2649.1.1

2649.2.1

2649.2.2

2649.2.3

2649.2.4

2649.2.5

2649.2.6

2649.3.1

2649.3.2

2649.3.3

2649.3.4

2649.3.5

2649.3.6

2649.3.7

2649.3.8

2651.1.1

2651.1.2

2651.1.3

2651.1.4

2651.1.5

2651.1.6

2651.1.7

2651.2.1

2651.2.2

2651.2.3

2651.2.4

2651.2.5

2651.2.6

2651.2.7

2651.2.8

2651.2.9

2651.2.10

2651.3.1


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-D-6


2651.3.2

2651.3.3

2651.3.4

2651.3.5

2651.3.6

2651.3.7

2651.3.8

2651.3.9

2651.3.10

2651.3.11

2651.3.12

2651.3.13

2651.3.14

2651.3.15

2651.3.16

2651.4.1

2651.4.2

2651.4.3

2651.4.4

2651.4.5

2651.4.6

2651.4.7

2651.4.8

2651.4.9

2651.4.10

2651.4.11

2651.4.12

267X.1.1

267X.1.2

267X.1.3

267X.1.4

267X.1.5

267X.1.6

267X.1.7

267X.1.8

267X.1.9


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-D-7


267X.1.10

267X.1.11

267X.1.12

267X.2.1

267X.2.2

267X.2.3

267X.2.4

267X.2.5

267X.2.6

267X.2.7

267X.2.8

267X.2.9

267X.2.10

267X.2.11

267X.2.12

267X.2.13

267X.2.14

267X.2.15

267X.3.1

267X.3.2

267X.3.3

267X.3.4

267X.3.5

267X.4.1

267X.4.2

267X.4.3

267X.4.4

267X.4.5

267X.4.6

267X.5.1

267X.5.2

267X.5.3

267X.6.1

267X.6.2

267X.6.3

267X.6.4


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-D-8


267X.6.5

267X.6.6

267X.6.7

267X.7.1

267X.7.2

267X.7.3

267X.7.4

2691.1.1

2691.1.2

2691.2.1

2691.2.2

2691.3.1

2691.3.2

2691.3.3

2691.3.4

2691.4.1

2691.4.2

2691.4.3

2691.5.1

2691.5.2

2691.5.3

2691.5.4

2691.6.1

2691.6.2

2691.6.3

2691.6.4

2691.6.5

2691.7.1

2691.7.2

2691.7.3

2691.7.4

2691.7.5

2691.7.6

2691.9.1


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (5)
5-D-9


INDIVIDUAL TRAINING STANDARDS FOR THE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
GROUND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OCCUPATION FIELD (OCCFLD) 26

MOS 2602, SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/GROUND ELECTRONIC WARFARE
OFFICER


DUTY AREA 1 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) PLANNING PROCEDURES
TASK 2602.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-1
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) ESTIMATE)
TASK 2602.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-1
DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW)
ESTIMATE
TASK 2602.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-2
DEVELOPS SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) APPENDIX
TASK 2602.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-3
DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW)
APPENDIX
TASK 2602.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-5
ADVISE COMMANDER AND STAFF ON
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
TASK 2602.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-5
TASK ORGANIZE PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT

DUTY AREA 2 - COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES
TASK 2602.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-6
IDENTIFY COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS
TASK 2602.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-7
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) PORTION
OF COMMUNICATION ANNEX
TASK 2602.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-7
EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
PORTION OF COMMUNICATION ANNEX

DUTY AREA 3 - COLLECTION MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES
TASK 2602.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-8
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) COLLECTION
PLAN
TASK 2602.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-8
EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) COLLECTION PLAN

DUTY AREA 4 - ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) MANAGEMENT
PROCEDURES
TASK 2602.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-10
DEVELOP ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES
(ECM) PLAN
TASK 2602.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-11
EXECUTE ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES
(ECM) PLAN
TASK 2602.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-12
DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE SUPPORT
MEASURES (ESM) PLAN
TASK 2602.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-13
PROVIDE COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) MONITORING AND ANALYSIS
SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS
SECURITY (OPSEC) EFFORT

DUTY AREA 5 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONICS
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) EMPLOYMENT
PROCEDURES
TASK 2602.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-14
DIRECT EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) UNIT/DETACHMENT
TASK 2602.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-15
COORDINATE EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) ASSETS WITH OTHER UNITS
TASK 2602.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-16
SUPERVISE CAMOUFLAGING OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) POSITIONS AND
EQUIPMENT

DUTY AREA 6 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) PROCESSING
AND REPORTING PROCEDURES
TASK 2602.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-16
DIRECT ESTABLISHMENT OF OPERATIONS,
CONTROL AND ANALYSIS CENTER (OCAC)
OPERATIONS
TASK 2602.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-17
MONITOR OPERATIONS, CONTROL AND
ANALYSIS CENTER (OCAC) OPERATIONS
TASK 2602.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-18
ASSIST COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONIC
OFFICER (CEO) IN RESOLVING
MEACONING, INTERFERENCE, JAMMING,
INTRUSION (MIJI) INCIDENT


ENCLOSURE (6)
1


TASK 2602.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-19
DIRECT TACTICAL ELECTRONIC
RECONNAISSANCE PROCESSING AND
EVALUATION SYSTEM (TERPES)
PROCESSING AND REPORTING
PROCEDURES

DUTY AREA 7 - SECURITY PROCEDURES
TASK 2602.7.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-19
IMPLEMENT CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
CONTROL PROCEDURES
TASK 2602.7.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-20
PERFORM SPECIAL SECURITY FUNCTIONS
TASK 2602.7.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-21
ESTABLISH TACTICAL SENSITIVE
COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION FACILITY
(T-SCIF)
TASK 2602.7.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-22
PERFORM INVENTORY OF COMMUNICATIONS
SECURITY (COMSEC) MATERIAL
TASK 2602.7.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-23
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR
CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
TASK 2602.7.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-24
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO CLASSIFIED
MATERIAL
TASK 2602.7.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-24
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL

DUTY AREA 8 - LOGISTICS AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
TASK 2602.8.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-25
DIRECT EMBARKATION OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES
TASK 2602.8.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-26
MONITOR MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT
PROCEDURES FOR SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) EQUIPMENT

DUTY AREA 9 - TRAINING PROCEDURES
TASK 2602.9.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-27
DIRECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
TRAINING FOR UNIT/DETACHMENT/
SECTION

ENCLOSURE (6)
2


MOS 2621, MANUAL MORSE INTERCEPT OPERATOR


DUTY AREA 1 - EQUIPMENT OPERATION
TASK 2621.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-1
ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT ANTENNAS
TASK 2621.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-2
ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA
TASK 2621.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-3
OPERATE COUNTERMEASURES SET
TASK 2621.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-4
OPERATE DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SET
TASK 2621.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-5
OPERATE INTERCEPT RADIO RECEIVER
TASK 2621.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-6
OPERATE RADIO INTERCEPT FACILITY
TASK 2621.1.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-8
OPERATE RADIO SET WITH
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) EQUIPMENT
TASK 2621.1.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-9
OPERATE RECORDER-REPRODUCER
TASK 2621.1.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-10
PREPARE RADIO CONTROL GROUP FOR
REMOTE OPERATION

DUTY AREA 2 - INTERCEPT PROCEDURES
TASK 2621.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-11
CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL, TARGET, OR
GREENWICH MEAN TIME (G.M.T.)
TASK 2621.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-11
COPY FOREIGN MORSE COMMUNICATION
TRANSMISSION
TASK 2621.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-12
ENTER CASUAL INTERCEPT LINE
TASK 2621.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-12
IDENTIFY TARGET THROUGH CALLSIGNS
AND OPERATING TECHNIQUES/
PROCEDURES
TASK 2621.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-13
INTERPRET PROCEDURE CHART
TASK 2621.2.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-13
MAINTAIN TARGET CONTINUITY THROUGH
SIGNAL/FREQUENCY MONITORING
TASK 2621.2.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-14
PERFORM FREQUENCY SEARCH MISSION
TASK 2621.2.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-14
PERFORM TOUCH TYPING
TASK 2621.2.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-15
RECORD DIRECTION FINDING (DF)
RESULTS ON INTERCEPT COPY
TASK 2621.2.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-15
SELECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
INTERCEPT SITE
TASK 2621.2.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-16
SERVICE PAGE PRINT MEDIA
TASK 2621.2.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-17
TRANSCRIBE AN INTERCEPTED MESSAGE

DUTY AREA 3 - DIRECTION FINDING (DF) PROCEDURES
TASK 2621.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-18
IDENTIFY DIRECTION FINDING (DF)
TARGET
TASK 2621.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-18
MAINTAIN A DIRECTION FINDING (DF)
LOG
TASK 2621.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-19
PERFORM COMPOSITE PLOTTING
TASK 2621.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-19
SELECT DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SITE

DUTY AREA 4 - SECURITY PROCEDURES
TASK 2621.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-20
CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY
(TRANSEC) TRAINING
TASK 2621.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-21
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
TASK 2621.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-22
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR
CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
TASK 2621.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-23
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

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TASK 2621.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-23
PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL FOR
TRANSFER
TASK 2621.4.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-24
RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

DUTY AREA 5 - TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS PROCEDURES
TASK 2621.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-25
EMPLOY VOICE RADIO COMMUNICATIONS
PROCEDURES DURING A RADIO
TRANSMISSION
TASK 2621.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-26
EXCHANGE INFORMATION USING A CODE
TASK 2621.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-27
IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION
REQUIRING GREATER SECURITY THAN
OFFERED BY THE CIRCUIT IN RADIO
TRANSMISSIONS (BEADWINDOW)
TASK 2621.5.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-B-27
RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) DURING A
RADIO TRANSMISSION

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MOS 2629, SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST


DUTY AREA 1 - EQUIPMENT OPERATION
TASK 2629.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-1
EMPLOY ASSETS OF TECHNICAL CONTROL
AND ANALYSIS CENTER (TCAC)
TASK 2629.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-1
OPERATE RADIO SET WITH COMMUNICATIONS
SECURITY (COMSEC) EQUIPMENT
TASK 2629.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-3
PREPARE COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL
DEVICES FOR OPERATION
TASK 2629.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-3
SUPERVISE INSTALLATION OF RADIO
INTERCEPT FACILITY
TASK 2629.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-4
SUPERVISE OPERATION OF RADIO
INTERCEPT FACILITY
TASK 2629.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-5
SUPERVISE PREPARATION OF RADIO
CONTROL GROUP FOR REMOTE OPERATION
TASK 2629.1.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-5
SUPERVISE PREPARATION OF TRANSLATOR
TRANSCRIBER AND ANALYSIS FACILITY
FOR OPERATION

DUTY AREA 2 - MISSION MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES
TASK 2629.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-6
ASSIGN CASE NOTATION TO TARGET
COMMUNICATIONS
TASK 2629.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-7
ASSIGN DIRECTION FINDING (DF)
PRIORITIES
TASK 2629.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-7
DEVELOP COLLECTION PLAN
TASK 2629.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-8
RECOMMEND EMPLOYMENT OF ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
TASK 2629.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-9
SELECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
INTERCEPT SITE

DUTY AREA 3 - TRAFFIC ANALYSIS PROCEDURES
TASK 2629.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-10
ASSEMBLE TECHNICAL INFORMATION
ON A TARGET
TASK 2629.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-10
PREPARE AN INTERCEPTED TARGET'S
TRAFFIC FOR COMPUTER PROCESSING
TASK 2629.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-11
CATEGORIZE MESSAGES THROUGH
ANALYSIS OF MESSAGE EXTERNALS
TASK 2629.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-11
CONSTRUCT A NET DIAGRAM THROUGH
ANALYSIS OF INTERCEPTED TRAFFIC
TASK 2629.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-12
MAINTAIN A NET DIAGRAM
TASK 2629.3.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-12
CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL, TARGET,
OR GREENWICH MEAN TIME (G.M.T.)
TASK 2629.3.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-13
DETERMINE RADIO NETWORK PERSONALITIES
TASK 2629.3.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-13
ESTABLISH NET AND STATION
CONTINUITY ON AN ASSIGNED
TARGET ENTITY
TASK 2629.3.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-14
IDENTIFY NET FUNCTION AND
ASSOCIATED USERS
TASK 2629.3.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-15
IDENTIFY TYPE FREQUENCY AND CALLSIGN
WORKING USED BY ASSIGNED TARGET
TASK 2629.3.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-15
MAINTAIN A TARGET SITUATION MAP
TASK 2629.3.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-16
MAINTAIN A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) ORDER OF BATTLE FILE
TASK 2629.3.13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-16
PERFORM FUSION ANALYSIS
TASK 2629.3.14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-17
RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION
TASK 2629.3.15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-17
PERFORM PROCEDURE AND CHATTER
ANALYSIS
TASK 2629.3.16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-18
PREPARE AN OPERATOR'S WORKING AID
TASK 2629.3.17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-18
RECOVER A CALLSIGN SYSTEM
TASK 2629.3.18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-19
UPDATE ELECTRONIC ORDER OF
BATTLE (EOB)

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TASK 2629.3.19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-19
RECOVER A FREQUENCY SYSTEM
TASK 2629.3.20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-20
RECOVER A PROCEDURE MATRIX
TASK 2629.3.21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-20
RECOVER A RADIO NET'S SCHEDULE

DUTY AREA 4 - REPORTING PROCEDURES
TASK 2629.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-21
ASSIGN DELIVERY DISTRIBUTION
INDICATOR (DDI) TO AN OUTGOING
MESSAGE
TASK 2629.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-22
ASSIGN OUTGOING MESSAGE PRECEDENCE
TASK 2629.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-22
ASSIGN TOPIC AND AREA GUIDES (TAG)
TO SIGINT RELATED PRODUCTS
TASK 2629.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-23
FUSE COMMUNICATIONS INTELLIGENCE
(COMINT) AND ELECTRONIC
INTELLIGENCE (ELINT) DATA
INTO A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) PRODUCT REPORT
TASK 2629.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-23
PREPARE A RESOURCE STATUS REPORT
(RSR)
TASK 2629.4.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-23
PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) TACTICAL REPORT
TASK 2629.4.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-24
PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES
(ECM) WRAP-UP REPORT
TASK 2629.4.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-25
PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) PRODUCT REPORT
TASK 2629.4.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-25
PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) TECHNICAL REPORT
TASK 2629.4.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-26
PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) PRODUCT REPORT
TASK 2629.4.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-26
REPORT INTERCEPT INFORMATION VIA
STANDARD TECHNICAL REPORT USING
MODULES (STRUM)

DUTY AREA 5 - SECURITY PROCEDURES
TASK 2629.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-27
CLASSIFY MATERIAL ACCORDING
TO CONTENT
TASK 2629.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-27
CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY
(TRANSEC) TRAINING
TASK 2629.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-29
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
TASK 2629.5.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-29
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR
CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
TASK 2629.5.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-30
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO CLASSIFIED
MATERIAL
TASK 2629.5.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-31
PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
FOR TRANSFER
TASK 2629.5.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-33
RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

DUTY AREA 6 - TACTICAL COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES
TASK 2629.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-33
EMPLOY VOICE RADIO COMMUNICATION
PROCEDURES DURING A RADIO
TRANSMISSION
TASK 2629.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-33
EXCHANGE INFORMATION USING A CODE
TASK 2629.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-34
IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION
REQUIRING GREATER SECURITY THAN
OFFERED BY THE CIRCUIT IN RADIO
TRANSMISSIONS (BEADWINDOW)
TASK 2629.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-C-34
RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) DURING
A RADIO TRANSMISSION

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MOS 2631, NON-MORSE/ELINT INTERCEPT OPERATOR


DUTY AREA 1 - EQUIPMENT OPERATION
TASK 2631.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-1
ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT ANTENNAS
TASK 2631.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-2
ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA
TASK 2631.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-3
OPERATE COUNTERMEASURES SET
TASK 2631.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-4
OPERATE DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SET
TASK 2631.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-5
OPERATE INTERCEPT RADIO RECEIVER
TASK 2631.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-6
OPERATE LIGHT SIGNAL MONITOR
FACILITY
TASK 2631.1.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-7
OPERATE RADIO SET WITH
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)
EQUIPMENT
TASK 2631.1.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-8
OPERATE RECORDER-REPRODUCER
TASK 2631.1.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-9
PREPARE COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL
DEVICES FOR OPERATION
TASK 2631.1.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-10
PREPARE RADIO CONTROL GROUP FOR
REMOTE OPERATION
TASK 2631.1.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-10
OPERATE THE TACTICAL ELECTRONIC
RECONNAISSANCE PROCESSING AND
EVALUATION SYSTEM (TERPES)

DUTY AREA 2 - INTERCEPT PROCEDURES
TASK 2631.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-12
CHECK INTERCEPT COPY FOR ACCURACY
AND COMPLETENESS
TASK 2631.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-12
CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL, TARGET,
OR GREENWICH MEAN TIME (G.M.T.)
TASK 2631.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-13
COPY PILOT MORSE
TASK 2631.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-13
IDENTIFY BASEBANDS
TASK 2631.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-14
IDENTIFY MULTICHANNEL SIGNALS
TASK 2631.2.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-15
IDENTIFY TARGET THROUGH CALLSIGNS
AND OPERATING TECHNIQUES/
PROCEDURES
TASK 2631.2.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-15
IDENTIFY TYPE OF NON-MORSE SIGNAL
TASK 2631.2.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-16
INTERPRET PROCEDURE CHART
TASK 2631.2.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-16
MAINTAIN TARGET CONTINUITY
THROUGH SIGNAL/FREQUENCY
MONITORING
TASK 2631.2.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-17
PERFORM FREQUENCY SEARCH MISSION
TASK 2631.2.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-17
PREPARE TAPE RECORDING DATA LOG
FOR COMMUNICATION INTERCEPT
TASK 2631.2.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-18
PRODUCE VISICORDER/SONOGRAPHIC
MEDIA
TASK 2631.2.13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-18
RECORD DIRECTION FINDING (DF)
RESULTS ON INTERCEPT COPY
TASK 2631.2.14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-19
SELECT SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) INTERCEPT SITE
TASK 2631.2.15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-20
SERVICE PAGE PRINT MEDIA
TASK 2631.2.16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-20
SERVICE VISICORDER/SONOGRAPH
INTERCEPT

DUTY AREA 3 - DIRECTION FINDINGS (DF) PROCEDURES
TASK 2631.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-21
SELECT DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SITE
TASK 2631.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-22
IDENTIFY DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) TARGET
TASK 2631.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-22
MAINTAIN A DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) LOG

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TASK 2631.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-23
OPERATE AS DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) NET CONTROL
TASK 2631.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-24
PERFORM COMPOSITE PLOTTING

DUTY AREA 4 - ANALYSIS PROCEDURES
TASK 2631.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-24
ASSIGN OUTGOING MESSAGE PRECEDENCE
TASK 2631.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-24
DETERMINE MILITARY GRID
COORDINATES OF TARGET
NONCOMMUNICATIONS EMITTER
TASK 2631.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-25
DETERMINE SPECIAL ANALYTIC
INTEREST ITEMS BY SYSTEM
TASK 2631.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-25
IDENTIFY SIGNAL TO RADIO SIGNAL
NOTATIONS (RASIN) MANUAL
DESIGNATORS
TASK 2631.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-26
IDENTIFY TYPE OF ELECTRONIC
INTELLIGENCE (ELINT) TARGET
TASK 2631.4.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-26
MAINTAIN A TARGET SITUATION MAP
TASK 2631.4.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-27
PREPARE AN INTERCEPTED TARGET'S
TRAFFIC FOR COMPUTER PROCESSING
TASK 2631.4.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-27
PREPARE AN OPERATOR'S WORKING AID
TASK 2631.4.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-28
PERFORM FUSION ANALYSIS
TASK 2631.4.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-28
PREPARE LINK-END INTERCEPT DIARY
USING BLACKWATCH INFORMATION
TASK 2631.4.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-29
RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION

DUTY AREA 5 - REPORTING PROCEDURES
TASK 2631.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-30
ASSIGN DELIVERY DISTRIBUTION
INDICATOR (DDI) TO AN OUTGOING
MESSAGE
TASK 2631.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-30
CHECK A RESOURCE STATUS REPORT
(RS)
TASK 2631.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-31
FUSE COMMUNICATIONS (COMINT) AND
ELECTRONIC INTELLIGENCE (ELINT)
DATA INTO A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) PRODUCT REPORT
TASK 2631.5.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-31
PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURE (ECM) WRAP-UP
REPORT
TASK 2631.5.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-32
PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC INTELLIGENCE
(ELINT) REPORT/MESSAGE
TASK 2631.5.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-32
PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) TECHNICAL REPORT
TASK 2631.5.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-33
REPORT INTERCEPT INFORMATION
VIA STANDARD TECHNICAL REPORT
USING MODULES (STRUM)

DUTY AREA 6 - SECURITY PROCEDURES
TASK 2631.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-34
CLASSIFY MATERIAL ACCORDING TO
CONTENT
TASK 2631.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-34
CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY
(TRANSEC) TRAINING
TASK 2631.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-35
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
TASK 2631.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-36
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR
CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
TASK 2631.6.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-37
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO CLASSIFIED
MATERIAL
TASK 2631.6.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-38
PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
FOR TRANSFER
TASK 2631.6.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-39
RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

DUTY AREA 7 - TACTICAL COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES
TASK 2631.7.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-39
EXCHANGE INFORMATION USING A CODE
TASK 2631.7.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-40
IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION
REQUIRING GREATER SECURITY THAN
OFFERED BY THE CIRCUIT IN RADIO
TRANSMISSIONS (BEADWINDOW)
TASK 2631.7.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-D-40
RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES
(ECM) DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION

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MOS 2649, CRYPTANALYST


DUTY AREA 1 - EQUIPMENT OPERATION
TASK 2649.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-1
PREPARE COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL
DEVICES FOR OPERATION

DUTY AREA 2 - CRYPTANALYTIC PROCEDURES
TASK 2649.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-1
IDENTIFY TYPE OF CYRPTOSYSTEM IN
AN ENCRYPTED MESSAGE
TASK 2649.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-2
MAINTAIN CRYPTANALYST CASE HISTORY
TASK 2649.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-3
ASSEMBLE TECHNICAL INFORMATION ON
A TARGET
TASK 2649.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-3
DETERMINE RADIO NETWORK
PERSONALITIES
TASK 2649.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-4
MAINTAIN A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) ORDER OF BATTLE FILE
TASK 2649.2.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-5
RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION

DUTY AREA 3 - RECOVERY OF PLAIN TEXT PROCEDURES
TASK 2649.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-5
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCIPHERED USING
MULTILATERAL SUBSTITUTION
TASK 2649.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-6
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCIPHERED
USING POLYALPHABETIC SUBSTITUTION
TASK 2649.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-6
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCIPHERED
USING POLYGRAPHIC SUBSTITUTION
TASK 2649.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-7
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCIPHERED
USING UNILATERAL SUBSTITUTION
TASK 2649.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-7
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCIPHERED USING
TRANSPOSITION
TASK 2649.3.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-8
RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A
MESSAGE ENCODED
USING A CODE
TASK 2649.3.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-8
PREPARE REQUIRED CRYPTANALYTIC
REPORTS
TASK 2649.3.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-E-9
PREPARE CRYPTANALYTIC WORKING AIDS

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MOS 2651, SPECIAL INTELLIGENCE COMMUNICATOR


DUTY AREA 1 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) COMMUNICATIONS PLANNING
PROCEDURES
TASK 2651.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-1
ADVISE COMMANDER AND STAFF ON
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) COMMUNICATIONS
TASK 2651.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-1
DEVELOP SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) PORTION OF
COMMUNICATION ANNEX
TASK 2651.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-2
PREPARE DETACHMENT COMMUNICATIONS
ANNEX TO OPERATION ORDER
TASK 2651.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-3
TASK ORGANIZE PERSONNEL AND
EQUIPMENT
TASK 2651.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-3
PLAN AND DESIGN A FIELD WIRE
DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
TASK 2651.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-4
EXECUTE SIGNAL INTELLIGENCE
COMMUNICATION PLANS
TASK 2651.1.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-5
DIRECT EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNAL
INTELLIGENCE COMMUNICATION ASSETS

DUTY AREA 2 - MESSAGE CENTER PROCEDURES
TASK 2651.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-6
INITIATE A CONTINGENCY ALTERNATE
ROUTE PLAN (CARP)
TASK 2651.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-6
CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL, TARGET, OR
GREENWICH MEAN TIME (G.M.T.)
TASK 2651.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-7
INITIATE A COMMUNICATION SERVICE
MESSAGE
TASK 2651.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-7
MAINTAIN COMMUNICATION CENTER LOGS
TASK 2651.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-8
PREPARE COMMUNICATION CENTER
REPORTS
TASK 2651.2.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-9
PREPARE A MESSAGE FOR ELECTRICAL
TRANSMISSION
TASK 2651.2.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-9
PROCESS CRITIC MESSAGES
TASK 2651.2.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-10
ROUTE A MESSAGE
TASK 2651.2.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-10
ASSIGN DELIVERY DISTRIBUTION
INDICATOR (DDI) TO AN OUTGOING
MESSAGE
TASK 2651.2.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-11
ASSIGN OUTGOING MESSAGE
PRECEDENCE
TASK 2651.2.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-11
RESPOND TO A COMMUNICATION
CIRCUIT OUTAGE
TASK 2651.2.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-13
RESPOND TO A COMMUNICATION SERVICE
MESSAGE

DUTY AREA 3 - EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
TASK 2651.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-13
ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT ANTENNAS
TASK 2651.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-14
ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA
TASK 2651.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-15
INSTALL A FIELD WIRE DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEM
TASK 2651.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-17
OPERATE AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE
SWITCHBOARD
TASK 2651.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-18
OPERATE COMMUNICATION CENTRAL
TASK 2651.3.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-19
OPERATE COMSEC KEYING DEVICE
TASK 2651.3.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-20
OPERATE MANUAL TELEPHONE
SWITCHBOARD
TASK 2651.3.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-20
INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/MRC-138A
RADIO SET
TASK 2651.3.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-21
INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/PSC-2
DIGITAL COMMUNICATION TERMINAL
(DCT)
TASK 2651.3.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-22
INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/UCX-7
LIGHTWEIGHT DIGITAL FACSIMILE

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TASK 2651.3.11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-22
OPERATE OFF-LINE CRYPTOGRAPHIC
DEVICE
TASK 2651.3.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-23
OPERATE ON-LINE RACK MOUNTED
COMSEC DEVICE
TASK 2651.3.13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-23
OPERATE RADIO SET WITH
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)
EQUIPMENT
TASK 2651.3.14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-25
INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/UGC-74(V)3
COMMUNICATIONS TERMINAL
TASK 2651.3.15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-25
INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/PSC-3
MANPACK SATELLITE TERMINAL
TASK 2651.3.16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-26
OPERATE TELETYPEWRITER SET
TASK 2651.3.17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-27
PREPARE COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL
DEVICES FOR OPERATION
TASK 2651.3.18 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-27
INSTALL RADIO SET CONTROL GROUP
AN/GRA-39B FOR REMOTE OPERATION
TASK 2651.3.19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-28
OPERATE THE ABOVEBOARD SYSTEM
TASK 2651.3.20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-29
OPERATE THE TACINTEL LINK CONTROL
FACILITY (TLCF)
TASK 2651.3.21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-30
OPERATE THE STREAMLINER SYSTEM

DUTY AREA 4 - SECURITY PROCEDURES
TASK 2651.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-31
PERFORM SPECIAL SECURITY FUNCTIONS
TASK 2651.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-32
IMPLEMENT CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
CONTROL PROCEDURES
TASK 2651.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-33
ESTABLISH TACTICAL SENSITIVE
COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION
FACILITY (T-SCIF)
TASK 2651.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-34
CLASSIFY MATERIAL ACCORDING TO
CONTENT
TASK 2651.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-34
CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY
(TRANSEC) TRAINING
TASK 2651.4.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-35
RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
TASK 2651.4.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-36
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
TASK 2651.4.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-37
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR
CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
TASK 2651.4.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-38
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
TASK 2651.4.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-38
PERFORM INVENTORY OF
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)
MATERIAL
TASK 2651.4.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-39
PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL FOR
TRANSFER
TASK 2651.4.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-F-40
PREPARE SPECIAL BACKGROUND
INVESTIGATION (SBI)

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MOS 267X, CRYPTOLOGIC LINGUIST


DUTY AREA 1 - EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND OPERATION
TASK 267X.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-1
ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT ANTENNAS
TASK 267X.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-2
ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA
TASK 267X.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-3
OPERATE COUNTERMEASURES SET
TASK 367X.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-4
OPERATE DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SET
TASK 267X.1.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-5
OPERATE INTERCEPT RADIO RECEIVER
TASK 267X.1.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-6
OPERATE RADIO INTERCEPT FACILITY
TASK 267X.1.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-8
OPERATE RADIO SET WITH
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)
EQUIPMENT
TASK 267X.1.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-9
OPERATE RECORDER-REPRODUCER
TASK 267X.1.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-10
OPERATE SPECTRUM ANALYZER
TASK 267X.1.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-11
PREPARE COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL
DEVICES FOR OPERATION
TASK 267X.1.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-11
PREPARE TRANSLATOR TRANSCRIBER
AND ANALYSIS FACILITY FOR
OPERATION
TASK 267X.1.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-12
PREPARE RADIO CONTROL GROUP FOR
REMOTE OPERATION

DUTY AREA 2 - INTERCEPT PROCEDURES
TASK 267X.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-13
CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL, TARGET, OR
GREENWICH MEAN TIME (G.M.T.)
TASK 267X.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-13
COPY FOREIGN VOICE COMMUNICATION
TRANSMISSION
TASK 267X.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-14
ENTER CASUAL INTERCEPT LINE
TASK 267X.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-15
HANDCOPY AN INTERCEPTED MESSAGE
TASK 267X.2.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-15
IDENTIFY TARGET THROUGH CALLSIGNS
AND OPERATING TECHNIQUES/
PROCEDURES
TASK 267X.2.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-16
INTERPRET PROCEDURE CHART
TASK 267X.2.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-16
MAINTAIN TARGET CONTINUITY THROUGH
SIGNAL/FREQUENCY MONITORING
TASK 267X.2.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-17
MAKE INITIAL AND CONCLUDING VOICE
ANNOUNCEMENTS ONTO A RECORDING
TASK 267X.2.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-18
PERFORM FREQUENCY SEARCH MISSION
TASK 267X.2.10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-18
PREPARE GIST OF INTERCEPTED
FOREIGN VOICE COMMUNICATIONS
TASK 267X.2.11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-19
PREPARE VERBATIM TRANSCRIPT OF
AN INTERCEPTED MESSAGE
TASK 267X.2.12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-20
RECORD DIRECTION FINDING (DF)
RESULTS ON INTERCEPT COPY
TASK 267X.2.13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-21
REQUEST DIRECTION FINDING (DF)
ON VOICE INTERCEPT
TASK 267X.2.14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-21
SERVICE PAGE PRINT MEDIA
TASK 267X.2.15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-22
TRANSLATE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEXT TO
ENGLISH TEXT

DUTY AREA 3 - DIRECTION FINDING (DF) PROCEDURES
TASK 267X.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-23
IDENTIFY DIRECTION FINDING (DF)
TARGET
TASK 267X.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-23
MAINTAIN A DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) LOG
TASK 267X.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-24
OPERATE AS DIRECTION FINDING
(DF) NET CONTROL

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TASK 267X.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-25
PERFORM COMPOSITE PLOTTING
TASK 267X.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-25
SELECT DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SITE

DUTY AREA 4 - ANALYSIS PROCEDURES
TASK 267X.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-26
DETERMINE RADIO NETWORK PERSONALITIES
TASK 267X.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-27
DEVELOP COLLECTION PLAN
TASK 267X.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-28
MAINTAIN A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) ORDER OF BATTLE FILE
TASK 267X.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-28
PREPARE AN INTERCEPTED TARGET'S
VOICE TRAFFIC FOR COMPUTER
PROCESSING
TASK 267X.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-29
PREPARE AN OPERATOR'S WORKING AID
TASK 267X.4.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-29
RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION

DUTY AREA 5 - REPORTING PROCEDURES
TASK 267X.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-30
PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) WRAP-UP
REPORT
TASK 267X.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-31
PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) PRODUCT REPORT
TASK 267X.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-31
REPORT INTERCEPT INFORMATION VIA
STANDARD TECHNICAL REPORT
USING MODULES (STRUM)

DUTY AREA 6 - SECURITY PROCEDURES
TASK 267X.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-32
CLASSIFY MATERIAL ACCORDING TO
CONTENT
TASK 267X.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-33
CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY
(TRANSEC) TRAINING
TASK 267X.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-34
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL
TASK 267X.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-35
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR
CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
TASK 267X.6.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-36
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
TASK 267X.6.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-36
PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
FOR TRANSFER
TASK 267X.6.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-37
RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

DUTY AREA 7 - TACTICAL COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES
TASK 267X.7.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-38
EMPLOY VOICE RADIO COMMUNICATION
PROCEDURES DURING A RADIO
TRANSMISSION
TASK 267X.7.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-39
EXCHANGE INFORMATION USING A CODE
TASK 267X.7.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-40
IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF
INFORMATION REQUIRING GREATER
SECURITY THAN OFFERED BY THE
CIRCUIT IN RADIO TRANSMISSIONS
(BEADWINDOW)
TASK 267X.7.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-G-40
RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) DURING A
RADIO TRANSMISSION

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MOS 2691, SIGNAL INTELLIGENCE/GROUND ELECTRONIC WARFARE CHIEF


DUTY AREA 1 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) PLANNING
PROCEDURES
TASK 2691.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-1
ADVISE COMMANDER AND STAFF ON
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
TASK 2691.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-1
TASK ORGANIZE PERSONNEL AND
EQUIPMENT

DUTY AREA 2 - COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES
TASK 2691.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-2
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
PORTION OF COMMUNICATION ANNEX
TASK 2691.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-3
EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
PORTION OF COMMUNICATION ANNEX
TASK 2691.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-3
IDENTIFY COMMUNICATION
REQUIREMENTS

DUTY AREA 3 - COLLECTION MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES
TASK 2691.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-4
DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) COLLECTION PLAN
TASK 2691.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-5
EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE
(SIGINT) COLLECTION PLAN
TASK 2691.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-6
IDENTIFY NET FUNCTION AND
ASSOCIATED USERS
TASK 2691.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-7
MAINTAIN A TARGET SITUATION MAP

DUTY AREA 4 - ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW)
MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES
TASK 2691.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-8
EXECUTE ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) PLAN
TASK 2691.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-9
DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE
SUPPORT MEASURES (ESM) PLAN
TASK 2691.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-9
PROVIDE COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) MONITORING AND ANALYSIS
SUPPORT TO ELECTRONIC
COUNTER COUNTERMEASURES (ECCM)
EFFORT
TASK 2691.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-10
PROVIDE COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) MONITORING AND ANALYSIS
SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS SECURITY
(OPSEC) EFFORT

DUTY AREA 5 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) EMPLOYMENT
PROCEDURES
TASK 2691.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-11
DIRECT EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) UNIT
TASK 2691.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-12
DIRECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
EQUIPMENT OPERATION
TASK 2691.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-13
COORDINATE EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) ASSETS WITH OTHER
UNITS
TASK 2691.5.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-13
SUPERVISE CAMOUFLAGING OF
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) POSITIONS
AND EQUIPMENT

DUTY AREA 6 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) PROCESSING
AND REPORTING PROCEDURES
TASK 2691.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-14
ESTABLISH OPERATIONS, CONTROL
AND ANALYSIS CENTER (OCAC)
TASK 2691.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-15
MONITOR OPERATIONS, CONTROL AND
ANALYSIS CENTER (OCAC)
OPERATIONS
TASK 2691.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-16
ASSIST COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONIC
OFFICER (CEO) IN RESOLVING
MEACONING, INTERFERENCE,
JAMMING, INTRUSION (MIJI)
INCIDENT
TASK 2691.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-16
DIRECT TACTICAL ELECTRONIC
RECONNAISSANCE PROCESSING AND
EVALUATION SYSTEM (TERPES)
PROCESSING AND REPORTING
PROCEDURES
TASK 2691.6.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-17
RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION

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DUTY AREA 7 - SECURITY PROCEDURES
TASK 2691.7.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-18
IMPLEMENT CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
CONTROL PROCEDURES
TASK 2691.7.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-19
PERFORM SPECIAL SECURITY
FUNCTIONS
TASK 2691.7.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-20
ESTABLISH TACTICAL SENSITIVE
COMPARTMENTED INFORMATION
FACILITY (T-SCIF)
TASK 2691.7.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-21
MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR
CLASSIFIED MATERIALS
TASK 2691.7.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-22
PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION
PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL
TASK 2691.7.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-22
DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING
MATERIAL/RESIDUAL

DUTY AREA 8 - LOGISTICS AND MAINTENANCE
PROCEDURES
TASK 2691.8.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-23
DIRECT EMBARKATION OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) EQUIPMENT AND
SUPPLIES
TASK 2691.8.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-24
DIRECT MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT
PROCEDURES FOR SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) EQUIPMENT

DUTY AREA 9 - TRAINING PROCEDURES
TASK 2691.9.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-H-25
DIRECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
TRAINING FOR UNIT/DETACHMENT/
SECTION

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MOS 2602, SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/GROUND ELECTRONIC WARFARE OFFICER


DUTY AREA 1 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) PLANNING PROCEDURES


TASK: 2602.1.1 DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
ESTIMATE

CONDITION(S): Given the mission, enemy, terrain, troops
(METT), topographical map of area of operation, commander's
planning guidance, operation order/plan, task organization,
courses of action, and references.

STANDARD: The SIGINT estimate will summarize significant factors
affecting the situation, analyze the impact of the factors on
each course of action, evaluate the courses of action to
determine their advantages and disadvantages, and arrive at
definitive recommendations concerning the courses of action
under consideration. The SIGINT estimate will support the
mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Assess the mission, planning guidance, and capabilities
against courses of action pertaining to SIGINT.

2. Determine vulnerability of enemy communications to
SIGINT.

3. Determine suitability of each course of action.

a. Identify advantages/disadvantages of each.

b. Consider:

(1) Weather/climate.

(2) Terrain.

(3) Availability/capability of equipment.

(4) Electromagnetic environment.

(5) Command, Control, and Communications.

4. Prioritize courses of action in conjunction with
appropriate staff agencies.

5. Make recommendation to commander via Surveillance
Reconnaissance Intelligence (SRI) Group

REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

2. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

3. USSID 412 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: 2602.1.2 DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) ESTIMATE

CONDITION(S): Given the mission, enemy, troops, terrain
(METT), topographical map of area of operation, commander's
planning guidance, operation order/plan, task organization,
courses of action, and references.

STANDARD: The EW estimate will summarize significant factors
affecting the situation, analyze the impact of the factors on
each course of action, evaluate the courses of action to
determine their advantages and disadvantages, and arrive at
definitive recommendations concerning the courses of action
under consideration. The EW estimate will support the mission.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-1


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Assess the mission, planning guidance, and capabilities
against courses of action.

2. Determine vulnerability of enemy communications to EW.

a. Consider Electronic Warfare Support Measures (ESM).

b. Consider Electronic Countermeasures (ECM).

3. Determine suitability of each course of action,
considering:

a. Weather/climate.

b. Terrain.

c. Availability/capability of equipment.

d. Communications connectivity.

e. Electromagnetic environment.

4. Identify advantages/disadvantages of each course of
action.

5. Prioritize courses of action in conjunction with appropriate
staff agencies.

6. Make recommendation to commander via Surveillance
Reconnaissance Intelligence (SRI) Group Commanding Officer
(CO) and/or G-2/S-2/G-3/S-3.

7. Determine vulnerability of friendly communications to hostile
action.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

2. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

3. USSID 52 (classified title)

4. USSID 59 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.1.3 DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
APPENDIX

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel, topographical map of area of operation, threat
signals technical data, Electronic Order of Battle (EOB),
stated Essential Elements of Information (EEI), other
intelligence requirements (OIR), and status of SIGINT/EW
Coordination Center (S/EWCC).

STANDARD: The SIGINT Appendix will contain a General
Statement, an Execution paragraph containing a Concept of
Operation, an Administrative and Logistics paragraph, a
Command and Signals paragraph, and personnel, equipment and
logistical requirements to support the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission, stated EEI's, threat signals, technical data
and EOB.

2. Prepare General Statement.

3. Prepare Execution paragraph.

a. Determine configuration and location of S/EWCC when
activated.

b. Coordinate Cryptologic Support to Amphibious Warfare
(CSAW).


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-2


c. Develop Concept of Operation.

(1) Consider characteristics of area of operation
(terrain/climate).

(2) Consider size of unit to be supported.

(3) Consider friendly forces involved.

(a) SIGINT/EW.

(b) Other services.

(c) Higher adjacent units.

(d) External agency support.

(4) Consider threat forces involved.

(5) Consider threat signal environment.

(6) Consider friendly/threat equipment capabilities
and limitations.

(7) Determine SIGINT/EW unit/detachment organization.

d. Prepare Administration and Logistics paragraph.

(1) Determine personnel requirements.

(2) Determine equipment requirements.

(3) Determine logistical requirements.

e. Prepare Command and Signals paragraph.

(1) State command relationships.

(2) Determine communication requirements.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

2. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

3. NWP 10-1-40

4. Local Unit USSID (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)

_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.1.4 DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) APPENDIX

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel, topographical map of area of operation, threat EW
technical data, Electronic Order of Battle (EOB), stated
Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI), other
intelligence requirements (OIR), and status of SIGINT/EW
Coordination Center (S/EWCC).

STANDARD: The EW Appendix will contain a General Statement,
an Execution paragraph containing a Concept of Operation, an
Administrative and Logistics paragraph, a Command and Signals
paragraph, and personnel, equipment and logistical
requirements to support the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission and stated EEI's to determine adequacy of
support to EW; analyze threat EW technical data and EOB.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-3


2. Prepare General Statement.

3. Prepare Execution paragraph.

a. Coordinate configuration and location of S/EWCC when
activated.

b. Coordinate Cryptologic Support to Amphibious Warfare
(CSAW) and all EW aspects thereof.

c. Develop Concept of Operation.

(1) Consider characteristics of area of operation
(terrain/climate).

(2) Consider size of unit to be supported.

(3) Consider friendly forces involved for assignment of
EW tasks.

(a) SIGINT/EW.

(b) Other services.

(c) Higher adjacent units.

(d) Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) capabilities.

(4) Consider threat forces involved.

(5) Consider threat signal environment.

(6) Consider friendly/threat equipment capabilities
and limitations.

(7) Determine SIGINT/EW unit/detachment organization.

d. Prepare Administration and Logistics paragraph.

(1) Determine personnel requirements.

(2) Determine equipment requirements.

(3) Determine logistical requirements.

e. Prepare Command and Signals paragraph.

(1) State command relationships.

(2) Determine communication requirements.

(3) Coordinate with Communications Officer and/or
Communication-Electronic Officer (CEO) to identify
safety frequencies.

(4) Consider Meaconing, Interference, Jamming,
Intrusion (MIJI) procedures.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

2. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

3. NWP 10-1-40

4. USSID 52 (classified title)

5. USSID 59 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-4


TASK: 2602.1.5 ADVISE COMMANDER AND STAFF ON SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)

CONDITION(S): Given threat signals technical data, location of
friendly and threat forces, availability of equipment and
personnel, requirement for briefing, FMFM 3-1, FMFM 3-23, and
USSID 15.

STANDARD: Advise commander and staff on a continuous basis on
SIGINT/EW information gained during operations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Advise on assets' (equipment and personnel) capabilities,
limitations, and employment.

a. Threat.

b. Friendly.

2. Recommend employment of assets.

3. Advise on status of cryptologic operations while afloat.

4. Advise on joint or combined cryptologic operations.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

2. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

3. USSID 15 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.1.6 TASK ORGANIZE PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel, availability of augmentees, operation order, Signals
Intelligence (SIGINT) Appendix, Electronic Warfare (EW)
Appendix, and references.

STANDARD: Task organize personnel and equipment so that tasks
are assigned to accomplish the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission, operation order, and appendices.

2. Consider command relationships.
3. Identify tasks (afloat, ashore) and identify units.

4. Assign tasks.

5. Determine liaison requirements.

6. Determine detachment elements:

a. Command.

b. Processing and reporting.

c. Communications.

d. Electronic Countermeasures (ECM).

e. Signals Intelligence/ESM

f. Direction Finding (DF).

g. Logistics support.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-5


7. Determine security requirements in developing physical
security plan.

8. Prepare task organization.

9. Review and update task organization periodically to ensure
it support the mission.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

3. USSID 110 (classified title)

4. NSGINST C3020.1C, Withdrawal of Marine Corps Personnel for
FMF Direct Support and Training Requirements


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 2 - COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES


TASK: 2602.2.1 IDENTIFY COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel, task organization, concept of operation, and
references.

STANDARD: Communication requirements will identify circuits,
and equipment, personnel and frequency requirements to support
the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission.

2. Conduct liaison with Communication-Electronic Officer
(CEO)

3. Determine net structures.

4. Identify doctrinal circuits.

5. Identify nondoctrinal circuits.

6. Determine joint and combined communication requirements.

7. Establish liaison with senior, subordinate, adjacent, and
supporting units and with external agencies when
appropriate.

8. Determine equipment/power requirements.

9. Identify cryptographic equipment.

10. Determine personnel requirements.

11. Coordinate with CEO establishment of circuit restoration
priorities.

12. Coordinate requirements for Automated
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (ACEOI).


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. FMFM 3-30, Communications

Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-6


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.2.2 DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) PORTION OF COMMUNICATION
ANNEX

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, plan of action, availability of
equipment and personnel, topographical map of area of operation,
threat signals technical data, Communication-Electronics
Operating Instructions (CEOI), communication requirements, and
STANDARD: The SIGINT/EW portion of communication annex
will identify call sign, frequency, Classified Material System
(CMS), and connectivity requirements to support the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Conduct liaison with Communication-Electronic Officer
CEO).

2. Review mission, plan of action, threat signals technical
data.

3. Determine call sign and frequency requirements.

4. Consider how often frequencies will be changed.

5. Determine CMS requirements.

6. List joint or combined communication requirements.

7. Determine connectivity requirements.

8. Consider communications deconfliction.

9. Develop physical security plan.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. FMFM 3-30, Communications


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.2.3 EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) PORTION OF COMMUNICATION
ANNEX

CONDITION(S): Given communications annex, concept of operations,
availability of equipment and personnel, Automated
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (ACEOI),
Classified Material System (CMS) material, and references.

STANDARD: The SIGINT/EW portion of the communication annex will
be executed so that communication connectivity is established
and maintained in a timely manner with minimal degradation and
disruption.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review communication annex, concept of operations, and
ACEOI.

2. Ensure equipment is employed in a tactically and technically
sound manner.

a. Consider radio and antenna siting.

b. Consider cable routes.

c. Consider power sites/sources/routes.

d. Ensure alternate routes of communication services are
available.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-7


3. Coordinate with Communication-Electronic Officer (CEO) to
ensure communications are restored in a timely manner if
communications are interrupted.

4. Ensure connectivity is established and maintained.

a. Ensure frequencies are changed.

b. Ensure key material is changed.

5. Establish liaison with SIGINT/EW Coordination Center
(S/EWCC) to consider deconfliction of ECM targeting and
SIGINT collection priorities.

6. Ensure security plan is maintained.

7. Monitor status of communications [Systems Control/Technical
Control (SYSCON/TECHCON)].

8. Inform commander and staff of communication situation.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. FMFM 3-30, Communications


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 3 - COLLECTION MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES


TASK: 2602.3.1 DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
COLLECTION PLAN

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel, topographical map of area of operation, threat
signals technical data, Essential Elements of Information
(EEI), supplementary and advisory tasking, and references.

STANDARD: The collection plan will contain the number of
personnel at each station, equipment requirements, and the
watch schedule, and will ensure adequate coverage of all
objectives.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission and EEI's.

2. Conduct map analysis.

a. Consider threat location.

b. Consider threat equipment capabilities.

c. Consider threat signal environment.

3. Determine tasking.

a. Equipment.

b. Personnel.

4. Update Intercept Tasking Data Base (ITDB) (field station
activities only).

5. Coordinate with other units/agencies to avoid duplication
of efforts.

6. Submit Time Sensitive Requirement (TSR) or SIGINT
Amplification or Request for Information (RFI).

7. Consider type of collection required (ELINT, morse,
non-morse, voice).

a. Determine collection/direction finding (DF) assets to
be employed.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-8


b. Consider signal environment.

c. Consider terrain.

8. Prioritize case notations.

9. Ensure collection objective is assigned/established.

10. Consider alternate plans.

a. Alternate Intercept Coverage Plan (AICP). (Field
station application)

b. Wartime Intercept Coverage Plan (WICP). (Field station
application)

11. Develop physical security plan.

12. Consider physical security requirements for:

a. Collection.

b. DF.

c. Electronic Countermeasures (ECM).

d. Mobile outsites.

e. Submit the Cryptologic Operation Activation Report
(COAR).


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 110 (classified title)

2. USSID 101 (classified title)

3. USSID 103 (classified title)

4. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence

5. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

6. Joint Tactical Exploitation of National Systems (J-TENS)
Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.3.2 EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
COLLECTION PLAN

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, SIGINT collection plan,
topographical map of area of operation and site layout, roster
of personnel by watch, availability of personnel and equipment,
location of forward edge of battle area (FEBA), Essential
Elements of Information (EEI), and references.

STANDARD: Execute SIGINT collection plan ensuring tasking of
appropriate assets to accomplish collection objective per the
concept of operations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Ensure operational check of equipment.

2. Brief teams on predeployment.

3. Deploy assets per plan.

4. Coordinate with friendly units to ensure communications are
maintained and to keep them abreast of your location.

5. Update intercept tasking data base (ITDB) (field station
activities only).


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-9


6. Submit Cryptologic Operations Report (COR).

7. Prepare and submit to MAGTF G-2, as required, requests for
Time Sensitive Requirement (TSR) or SIGINT Amplification or
Request for Information (RFI).

8. Modify collection effort as necessary:

a. Evaluate direction finding (DF) baseline set-up as
required.

b. Adjust assets when necessary.

c. Respond to changes in EEI.

9. Monitor dissemination of information, ensuring reports are
submitted.

10. Continually evaluate the physical security plan.

11. Submit the Cryptologic Operations Deactivation Report upon
completion of mission.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 110 (classified title)

2. USSID 101 (classified title)

3. USSID 103 (classified title)

4. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence

5. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

6. USSID 369 (classified title)

7. Joint Tactical Exploitation of National Systems (J-TENS)
Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 4 - ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES


TASK: 2602.4.1 DEVELOPMENT ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
PLAN

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel, topographical map of area of operation, threat signals
technical data, site location of ECM team, results of site
surveys, ECM tasking from Marine Air/Ground Task Force (MAGTF),
protected frequencies, Electronic Warfare (EW) Appendix, and
references.

STANDARD: The ECM plan will detail personnel and equipment
requirements, personnel and team organization, channeling and
procedures for requesting and tasking, restrictions on jamming,
and will facilitate ECM operations in support of the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission, threat signals technical data, site location
of ECM team, results of site surveys, and ECM tasking from
MAGTF.

2. Conduct map analysis.

a. Consider terrain.

b. Consider proximity of ECM team to friendly forces.

3. Determine type of ECM to be conducted.

a. Establish guidelines on jamming.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-10


b. Ensure procedures are established to control jamming.

4. Consider importance of net as source of intelligence.

5. Consider requirement/means of communication deception.

6. Consider Emission Control (EMCON).

7. Consider safety, friendly deconfliction, ECM control, and
STOP BUZZER procedures.

8. Confirm threat/friendly equipment compatibility.

9. Confirm personnel requirements.

10. Confirm equipment requirements.

11. Confirm personnel and team organization.

12. Review MAGTF request procedures for ECM missions.

13. Coordinate with Signals Intelligence (SIGINT)/EW
Coordination Center (S/EWCC) to deconflict frequencies.

14. Coordinate with other MAGTF units for placement of
expendable jammers.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 57 (classified title)

2. NWP 10-1-40

3. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

4. FM 32-16 (classified title)

5. FM 10-2 (classified title)

6. USSID 52 (classified title)

7. USSID 58 (classified title)

8. USSID 59 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.4.2 EXECUTE ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) PLAN

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, ECM plan, availability of
equipment and personnel, topographical map of area of operation,
threat signals technical data, site location of ECM team,
results of site surveys, ECM tasking from Marine Air/Ground
Task Force (MAGTF), and references.

STANDARD: Execute ECM plan to deny enemy effective use of
electromagnetic spectrum by providing ECM using correct
platform/equipment mix.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Brief teams on predeployment.

2. Deploy assets per plan.

3. Make recommendations to MAGTF commander on jam/not jam
decisions.

4. Provide threat signals technical data to jammers.

5. Ensure procedures are followed for controlling jamming.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-11


6. Ensure threat/friendly equipment compatibility.

7. Ensure effectual mix of personnel to equipment.

8. Ensure location of team will support the plan.

9. Ensure appropriate antennas and polarization are used.

10. Ensure alternate modulation during ECM operation.

11. Brief units/agencies on placement of expendable jammers.

12. Consider safety.

13. Advise on jam and move decisions.

14. Determine effectiveness of ECM operations.

a. Monitor for changes in threat net operations.

b. Monitor target reactions to jamming.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

2. USSID 57 (classified title)

3. USSID 52 (classified title)

4. USSID 58 (classified title)

5. USSID 59 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.4.3 DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE SUPPORT MEASURES
(ESM) PLAN

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, threat Electronic Order of
Battle (EOB) for tactical area of interest (TAOI), current data
on threat, Essential Elements of Information (EEI) from support
forces, friendly EOB, availability of personnel, and
references.

STANDARD: The ESM plan will support Indications and Warnings
and provide data for immediate threat recognition.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Update EOB with current data.

2. Determine additional requirements to satisfy EEI.

3. Analyze mission/EOB to prioritize electronic warfare (EW)
targets.

a. Identify/locate critical C3 nodes.

b. Identify type of emitter.

4. Ensure proper mix of personnel to equipment.

5. Ensure personnel are trained in use of Tactical Electronic
Reconnaissance Processing and Evaluation System (TERPES).

6. Specify coordinating measures.

7. Coordinate Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) reporting
procedures with TERPES/VMAQ-2 EW officer.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-12


8. Specify external intelligence support needed.

9. Update plan as required.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.4.4 PROVIDE COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)
MONITORING AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT TO
OPERATIONS SECURITY (OPSEC) EFFORT

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, Automated
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (ACEOI),
availability of equipment and personnel, annex K of operation
order, Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI), and
references.

STANDARD: Provide monitoring and analysis support to OPSEC
effort to evaluate friendly forces OPSEC by identifying when
EEFI's are compromised and by reporting violations to the
commander.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission and appropriate USSID.

2. Determine personnel requirements.

3. Determine equipment requirements.

4. Determine position of personnel and equipment.

5. Utilize ACEOI and annex K.

a. Identify improper communication procedures.

b. Identify when EFFI's are compromised.

6. Report violations to commander.

7. Ensure proper monitoring procedures are followed.

8. Supervise analytical effort.

9. Report findings.

10. Coordinate OPSEC for joint and combined operations.


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

2. NWP 4, Basic Operational Communications Doctrine

3. USSID 18 (classified title)

4. USSID 3 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-13



DUTY AREA 5 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) EMPLOYMENT PROCEDURES


TASK: 2602.5.1 DIRECT EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) UNIT/DETACHMENT

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, collection plan, task
organization, availability of equipment and personnel,
topographical map of area of operation, threat signals
technical data, priority of collection, priority of search,
equipment and personnel requirements, power requirements,
Automated Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction
(ACEOI), and references.

STANDARD: Direct employment of SIGINT/EW unit so that the
tactical commander receives all SIGINT/EW information in a
timely manner and ensure a written plan details SIGINT/EW site
layout identifying primary and secondary sites.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission, collection plan, threat signals technical
data.

2. Review availability of equipment and personnel against
mission and formulate T/O and T/E.

a. Ensure personnel are trained.

b. Ensure equipment compatibility to the mission.

3. Review watch bills.

4. Monitor hearability of threat.

5. Monitor site security.

6. Monitor command and control of SIGINT/EW elements.

7. Monitor all facets of SIGINT/EW unit operations to meet
Essential Elements of Information (EEI).

8. Establish and maintain liaison with higher, adjacent, and
supporting organizations.

9. Approve modified collection plan according to EEI.

10. Ensure collection is carried out.

11. Deploy teams based on the collection plan.

12. Brief rules of engagement.

13. Coordinate points of contact for supply and logistical
needs.

14. Disseminate timely reports and information as required.

15. Determine SIGINT/EW sites.

a. Conduct map analysis.

(1) Determine accessibility.

(2) Evaluate terrain characteristics.

b. Determine disposition of threat and friendly forces.

(1) Location.

(2) Identify security risks.

(3) Security friendly forces can provide.

c. Consider scheme of maneuver.

d. Select alternate sites.

e. Determine logistics support requirements.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-14


f. Consider type of transport required to deploy.

g. Review report or plan detailing site layout,
identifying primary and secondary sites.

16. Direct site set-up.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. OH 7-12, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.5.2 COORDINATE EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
ASSETS WITH OTHER UNITS

CONDITION(S): Given the mission, enemy, troops, terrain
(METT), collection plan, intelligence from Marine Air/Ground
Task Force (MAGTF) and references.

STANDARD: Coordinate employment of SIGINT/EW assets with other
units ensuring communications compatibility and identifying
logistical and security requirements to support the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine other friendly SIGINT/EW units working
(agency/service).

2. Establish liaison with other units.

a. Work out exchange of technical data with other friendly
SIGINT/EW units.

b. Establish communications.

3. Determine communication equipment compatibility with
friendly SIGINT/EW units.

4. Identify security requirements.

5. Identify logistical requirements.

6. Identify joint Cryptologic Resource Coordinator (CRC) when
operations afloat are required.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

3. USSID 15 (classified title)

4. USSID 5 (classified title)

5. MC-212

6. MC-298


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-15


TASK: 2602.5.3 SUPERVISE CAMOUFLAGING OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
POSITIONS AND EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given availability of equipment and personnel,
topographical map of area of operation, results of site survey,
camouflage material, and references.

STANDARD: Camouflaging will represent the terrain and ensure
SIGINT/EW positions are hidden.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze terrain.

2. Identify type of camouflage needed.

a. Radar scattering.

b. Radar transparent.

c. Seasonal material.

3. Plan camouflage to represent the terrain.

4. Observe installation for modifications.

5. Direct modifications when necessary.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 5-1080-200-10


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 6 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) PROCESSING AND REPORTING PROCEDURES


TASK: 2602.6.1 DIRECT ESTABLISHMENT OF OPERATIONS, CONTROL
AND ANALYSIS CENTER (OCAC)

CONDITION(S): Given a plan of action, operations plan,
collection plan, availability of equipment and personnel,
threat signals technical data, Electronic Order of Battle
(EOB), ACEOI, and references.

STANDARD: Direct establishment of the OCAC so that required
functions are identified and established ensuring adequate
assets covering collection, direction finding (DF), electronic
countermeasures (ECM), communications security (COMSEC), and
analysis and reporting.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Coordinate liaison with Special Security Officer (SSO).

2. Ensure administrative procedures to establish Tactical
Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (T-SCIF) have
been accomplished.

3. Determine site of OCAC based on plan of action and
collection plan.

4. Identify central location to best control detachment
assets.

5. Ensure communication paths are established between internal
and external elements.

6. Ensure there are adequate assets covering collection, DF,
ECM operations, and COMSEC.

a. Determine personnel requirements to match threat
capabilities.

(1) Number.

(2) Experience level.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-16


b. Set up DF control within OCAC.

c. Establish DF flash and reporting net.

d. Establish DF flash and reporting procedures.

e. Establish plotting procedures.

7. Determine reporting criteria.

a. Determine sanitization requirements.

b. Determine dissemination requirements.

c. Establish schedule of reporting.

d. Determine transmission modes.

8. Review EOB and reference materials in operations plan
including photos, charts, dictionaries and all other
available information on targets.

9. Ensure procedures are established for updating the database
on the threat (EOB).

10. Ensure security aspects of T-SCIF establishment are
adhered to.

a. Consider guard force requirements.

b. Consider external support requirements.

11. Establish Collection Management Authority.

12. Establish ECM control.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. FMFM 3-30, Communications

3. USSID 103 (classified title)

4. USSID 412 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.6.2 MONITOR OPERATIONS, CONTROL AND ANALYSIS
CENTER (OCAC) OPERATIONS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, collection plan, OCAC, Tactical
Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (T-SCIF),
availability of equipment and personnel, commander's guidance,
and references.

STANDARD: Monitor OCAC operations ensuring reports go out,
analysis is conducted, stations are manned, and status of
signals intelligence/electronic warfare (SIGINT/EW) efforts is
briefed.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review critic reporting procedures.

a. Consider sanitization requirements.

b. Consider dissemination requirements.

c. Consider schedule of reporting.

d. Consider transmission modes.

2. Monitor OCAC operations to include:


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-17


a. Reporting effort.

b. Traffic analysis.

c. Crytanalysis.

d. Signals analysis.

e. Collection management.

f. Electronic countermeasures (ECM).

g. Direction finding (DF).

h. Communications security (COMSEC) monitoring and
analysis.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.6.3 ASSIST COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONIC OFFICER (CEO)
IN RESOLVING MEACONING, INTERFERENCE, JAMMING,
INTRUSION (MIJI) INCIDENT

CONDITION(S): Given MIJI incident and report, availability of
equipment and personnel, signal monitor, and references.

STANDARD: Determine source of MIJI and report results for
corrective action.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Designate Operations, Control and Analysis Center (OCAC)
representative as a point of contact for the CEO.

2. Acquire signal.

3. Analyze signal characteristics.

4. Directionally find (DF) signal to determine location
of origin.

5. Determine source.

6. Report results for corrective action.


REFERENCE(S):

1. MCO 3430.3, Meaconing, Interference, Jamming, and Intrusion
(MIJI)

2. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

3. USSID 58 (classified title)

4. USSID 325 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-18


TASK: 2602.6.4 DIRECT TACTICAL ELECTRONIC RECONNAISSANCE
PROCESSING AND EVALUATION SYSTEM (TERPES)
PROCESSING AND REPORTING PROCEDURES

CONDITION(S): Given the mission tape, AN/TSQ-90 TERPES van,
TERPES trained 2631 personnel, processing priorities, and
references.

STANDARD: Direct TERPES processing and reporting procedures
by monitoring quality assurance, processing, and reporting
efforts, and by mediating between aircrew and analysts.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Ensure priorities are followed.

2. Change and adjust efforts according to updates of
information.

3. Ensure TERPES trained personnel are assigned to mission.

4. Mediate between aircrew and analysts.

5. Ensure quality assurance procedures are followed.

6. Ensure processing is completed in a timely manner.

7. Ensure reporting is completed and goes to the right
organizations.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. USSID 140 (classified title)

3. USSID 240 (classified title)

4. USSID 522 (classified title)

5. AN/TSQ-90 TERPES User's Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 7 - SECURITY PROCEDURES


TASK: 2602.7.1 IMPLEMENT CLASSIFIED MATERIAL CONTROL
PROCEDURES

CONDITION(S): Given a list of controlled publications, log
books, list of units requesting documents, their clearance
level, and references.

STANDARD: Implement classified material control procedures so
that no loss, compromise, or inadvertent disclosure of
information occurs.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Appoint Classified Material System (CMS) custodian.

2. Ensure CMS functions are carried out.

3. Establish liaison with Special Security Officer (SSO) or
establish SSO.

4. Establish access requirements/procedures.

a. Ensure access to publications is controlled.

b. Control access to facilities.

c. Identify personnel who have access to materials
and facility.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-19


d. Establish need to know.

5. Establish classified material registry of controlled
documents and ensure it is updated and kept current.

6. Establish classified materials sign in/sign out
procedures.

a. Log controlled publications.

b. Ensure publications/working aids are properly signed
out when checked out.

c. Ensure accountability of documents is maintained.

7. Establish classified materials storage procedures and
ensure materials are kept secure.

8. Establish destruction accountability procedures


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.7.2 PERFORM SPECIAL SECURITY FUNCTIONS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of personnel and
their clearance levels, security requirements, security control
equipment to include an inventory of destructive devices, a log
detailing inventory of classified materials and location, and
references.

STANDARD: Perform special security functions so there is
mission accomplishment with no loss or compromise of
information.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Update Emergency Action Plan (EAP).

a. Ensure classifications including priorities are
labeled on items.

b. List means of destroying data or equipment.

c. Ensure devices are close at hand and in a secure
place.

d. Outline security procedures or missions of each
individual.

e. Outline what level EAP is required.

f. Designate who would implement plan.

2. Ensure physical security.

a. Tactical Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
(T-SCIF).

b. Fixed site.

3. Ensure tempest security.

4. Ensure personnel security.

a. Ensure appropriate clearance level of personnel.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-20


b. Determine need to know.

c. Give mission brief emphasizing security conditions.

5. Ensure information security.

a. Sanitization.

b. ADP security.

c. Message distribution/courier responsibility.

d. Classification.

6. Familiarize with administrative procedures in references.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOD 5200.2R (classified title)

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)

5. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/14

6. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/19

7. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/21

8. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

9. USSID 3 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. EAP is a simulation. No destruction of Government property
will take place.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.7.3 ESTABLISH TACTICAL SENSITIVE COMPARTMENTED
INFORMATION FACILITY (T-SCIF)

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel and their clearance levels, topographical map of area
of operation, threat signals technical data, security
requirements, and references.

STANDARD: Establish T-SCIF ensuring mission accomplishment
with no loss or compromise of information.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze mission.

2. Coordinate/determine location

a. Consider terrain.

b. Consider friendly capabilities.

c. Consider threat capabilities.

3. Ensure physical security.

4. Ensure tempest security.

5. Ensure personnel security.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-21


a. Ensure appropriate clearance level of personnel.

b. Determine need to know.

c. Give mission brief emphasizing security conditions.

6. Ensure information security.

a. Sanitization.

b. Automated Data Processing (ADP) security.

c. Message distribution/courier responsibility.

d. Classification.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/21

2. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

3. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) 50-3


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.7.4 PERFORM INVENTORY OF COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given COMSEC material, security regulations,
COMSEC material inventory forms, and references.

STANDARD: Perform inventory of COMSEC material ensuring all
material is accounted for and COMSEC material inventory forms
are properly completed.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine when inventory is required:

a. Change of custodian.

b. Change of command.

c. Annual inventory.

d. Combined inventory.

2. Receive approval and inventory list from Defense Classified
Material System (DCMS).

3. Inform DCMS of intent to conduct inventory:

a. When.

b. Type.

4. Conduct inventory:

a. Change of custodian.

b. New custodian and incumbent review materials.

c. Must sign and initial each page and each item.

5. Identify material compromise/inadvertent destruction or
loss.

6. Take appropriate action per CMS-4.

7. Obtain signature from Commanding Officer (CO) and submit to
DCMS.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-22


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. CMS-4, Communications Security Material System Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task is performed by OCCFLD 26 personnel assigned as
CMS Custodian.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.7.5 MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR CLASSIFIED
MATERIALS

CONDITION(S): Given classified materials, a facility
authorized to store classified materials [fixed site or
Tactical Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
(T-SCIF)], log books, list of units requesting documents and
their clearance level, security regulations, classified
material control resources, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Maintain physical security for classified materials
in a fixed site or T-SCIF by ensuring materials are
inventoried, secured, and controlled.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive classified material observing TPI (two person
integrity).

2. Ensure security procedures for a fixed site are
maintained.

a. Enforce classified materials sign-in/sign-out
procedures.

(1) Assign control number to all documents.

(2) Ensure classified materials are properly signed
out when checked out.

(3) Ensure classified materials are inventoried.

b. Enforce access procedures.

(1) Control access to classified materials.

(2) Control access to facilities.

(3) Ensure only authorized personnel have access to
materials.

c. Enforce classified materials storage procedures.

(1) Ensure classified materials are secured open
storage.

(2) Ensure classified materials are secured closed
storage.

d. Ensure tempest security is maintained.

3. Ensure security procedures for T-SCIF are maintained.

a. Inform adjudicator of mission requirements:

(1) Location.

(2) Classified materials to be taken.

(3) Duration of exercise.

(4) Means of communication.

b. Ensure T-SCIF is set up in accordance with pertinent
directives.

(1) Ensure physical security is enforced.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-23


(2) Ensure information security is enforced.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)

5. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) 50-3


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.7.6 PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION PROCEDURES RELATED
TO CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, an Emergency Action
Plan (EAP), an emergency situation, emergency destruction
materials, and local Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

STANDARD: Perform emergency action procedures per the EAP,
local SOP, and references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine EAP requirements:

a. Volume, level, and sensitivity.

b. Amount of usage.

c. Proximity to hostile forces or countries and countries
with unstable governments.

d. Time constraints.

2. Determine priority of materials for salvage/destruction.

3. Destroy classified materials.

4. Ensure destruction reports are submitted to the Special
Security Officer (SSO).

5. Ensure salvaged materials are moved to secure location.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. CSP-1, Cryptographic Security Policy and Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. An emergency condition may be simulated for training
purposes. No destruction to government property will take
place.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.7.7 DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING MATERIAL/RESIDUAL

CONDITION(S): Given outdated classified working
material/residual, classified material destruction reports, a
method of destruction, and references.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-24


STANDARD: Destroy classified material/residual in such a
manner that no part is recoverable and document classified
material destruction in logs per OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive authorization for destruction of classified
materials:

2. Complete classified material destruction report including
the following information per OPNAVINST 5510.1:

a. Title.

b. Control number.

c. Originator.

d. Copy number.

3. Ensure information in classified material report is
accurate.

4. Verify destruction of materials before actual
destruction.

5. Destroy materials.

6. Provide Special Security Officer with report.

7. File copy of report.

8. Delete destroyed materials from publications inventory.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Actual destruction of documents may be simulated.

2. This task will be accomplished in the presence of a
witness.


_______________________________________________________________

DUTY AREA 8 - LOGISTICS AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES


TASK: 2602.8.1 DIRECT EMBARKATION OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

CONDITION(S): Given a unit embarkation order, SIGINT/EW
equipment and supplies to be embarked, embarkation plan and
schedule, embarkation manifest, and references.

STANDARD: Plan embarkation of SIGINT/EW equipment and supplies
ensuring adequate embark boxes and waterproofing materials are
available.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to unit embarkation SOP.

2. Coordinate with unit embarkation officer for
transportation/load requirements external to unit T/E


REFERENCE(S):

1. MCO P4600.7, USMC Transportation Manual

2. MCO 3120.6, Standard Embarkation Management System


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-25


3. FMFM 4-6, Movement of Units in Air Force Aircraft

4. Local unit SOP


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2602.8.2 MONITOR MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES FOR
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given maintenance management records (LM2, DPR)
and schedules, mission, Table of Organization (T/O) mission
statement, Table of Equipment (T/E), Table of Authorized
Publications (TAP), and references.

STANDARD: Monitor maintenance management procedures for
SIGINT/EW equipment to achieve/ensure the serviceability of
unit SIGINT/EW equipment through the application of preventive
and authorized corrective measures in accordance with the
references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review all orders and directives pertaining to
maintenance.

2. Review and update TAP.

3. Ensure proper maintenance is performed according to
schedule per echelon level.

a. Preventive.

b. Scheduled.

c. Corrective.

4. Ensure proper maintenance records are maintained and
current.

5. Ensure accountability of equipment within maintenance
cycle.

6. Ensure timely reconciliations of maintenance management are
made.

7. Inspect maintenance management program, ensuring adherance
to applicable directives.

8. Ensure personnel technical skills to provide an effective
maintenance capability are commensurate with unit's echelon
of repair and equipment allowances.

9. Conduct inspections to determine adequacy of maintenance
program.

10. Ensure proper usage of maintenance management forms for
the requisition of repair parts.

11. Establish calibration program.

12. Establish modification program.

13. Establish tool procedures.

14. Establish publication control.

15. Ensure turnover folders are properly prepared.

16. Manage Marine Corps Integrated Maintenance Management
System/Supported Activity Supply System (MIMMS/SASSY)
interface for SIGINT/EW equipment.

a. Review Daily Process Reports (DPR) status of
equipment.

b. Review daily LM2 reports.


REFERENCE(S):

1. MCO P4790.2, MIMMS Field Procedure Manual


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-26


2. TM 4700-15/1, Equipment Record Procedures

3. UM 4790.5, MIMMS Automated Information System (AIS) Field
Maintenance Subsystem (FMSS)

4. MCO P4790.1, MIMMS Introduction Manual

5. MCO P5215.17, The USMC Technical Publication Manual

6. UM 4400-124, Fleet Marine Force (FMF) SASSY Using Unit
Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 9 - TRAINING PROCEDURES


TASK: 2602.9.1 DIRECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) TRAINING FOR UNIT/DETACHMENT/
SECTION


CONDITION(S): Given a unit's annual and quarterly training
plans, monthly training schedules, a list of available
personnel by Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) and rank,
Table of Equipment (T/E), training records, and references.

STANDARD: Direct training supervisors in order to achieve a
broad base of skilled SIGINT/EW personnel for the installation,
operation and maintenance of unit equipment with requisite
individual MOS skills identified in MCO's in 1510 series.
Ensure standardization of methods and procedures.


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review annual and quarterly training plans.

2. Identify training strengths and weaknesses of SIGINT/EW
personnel.

3. Identify training strengths and weaknesses of unit.

4. Establish training priorities.

a. Mission oriented training.

b. Skill progression training.

c. Basic Warrior training.

d. Other related training.

5. Devise training plan to increase skill level of
personnel/unit.

a. MOS 2602 SIGINT/EW Officer training.

b. MOS 2621 Manual Morse training.

(1) Direction Finding (DF).

(2) Collection.

(3) Electronic Warfare (EW).

c. MOS 2629 Analyst training.

(1) DF.

(2) Collection.

(3) EW.

(4) Reporting.


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-27


d. MOS 2631 Nonmorse training.

(1) DF.

(2) Collection.

(3) EW.

e. MOS 2631 Electronics Intelligence (ELINT) training.

(1) DF.

(2) Collection.

(3) EW.

f. MOS 2649 Cryptanalysis training.

g. MOS 2651 Special Intelligence Communications
(SPINTCOMM) training.

h. MOS 267X Language training.

i. MOS 2691 SIGINT/EW Chief training.

j. General communications training.

k. Communications Security (COMSEC) training.

(1) DF.

(2) Collection.

(3) EW.

l. Physical/special security training.

m. Equipment training including preventive maintenance
training for MOS unique equipment.

n. Antenna utilization/propagation theory.

o. Electronic Order of Battle (EOB) training.

p. United States SIGINT Directives (USSID) identification
training.

q. Meaconing, Interference, Jamming, Intrusion (MIJI)
training.

r. Collection Management training.

s. Mission and organization of command.

6. Determine type and frequency of training to be conducted on
an individual/unit basis.

7. Schedule participants and trainers.

8. Provide supervision at all levels during conduct of
training.

9. Review lesson plans.

10. Evaluate skill levels attained against those
established.


REFERENCE(S):

1. MCO 1500.40, USMC Training Philosophy, Definitions,
Priorities, and Training Requirements

2. MCO P1200.7, MOS Manual

3. Applicable Mco's in 1510 series


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


Appendix A to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-A-28


MOS 2621, MANUAL MORSE INTERCEPT OPERATOR


DUTY AREA 1 - EQUIPMENT OPERATION


TASK: 2621.1.1 ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT ANTENNAS

CONDITION(S): Given a tactical situation, mission, radio set,
antenna wire, antenna coax, insulators, halyards,
wire cutters, measuring device, operating frequency,
formulas for cutting antennas, a compass, and references.

STANDARD: Erect field expedient antennas by selecting the
antenna type, cutting the antenna wire to the proper length for
the operating frequency per TM 11-666, insulating the antenna,
configuring the antenna toward the target, and grounding the
antenna without compromising safety regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Select site based on tactical situation to support the
mission:

a. Consider transmission and reception capabilities.

b. Consider cover and concealment.

c. Consider terrain characteristics.

d. Consider proximity to other electromagnetic
interference (EMI).

e. Consider obstructions.

f. Consider distance to target.

g. Consider elevation.

h. Consider location of friendly forces.

2. Determine how to erect antennas based on tactical
situation.

a. Consider threat activity.

b. Consider physical safety.

c. Consider electrical safety.

3. Determine type of antenna needed.

a. Frequency spectrum.

b. Polarization.

c. Directivity.

d. Wavelength.

4. Cut antenna wire to desired length.

5. Insulate antenna.

6. Attach antenna coax to antenna.

7. Erect/anchor antenna.

8. Configure antenna toward target.

9. Attach antenna to radio set.

10. Ground antenna/radio.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-1


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-666, Antennas and Radio propagation

2. FM 11-64 (classified title)

3. FM 24-18, Field Radio Techniques

4. MCI 25.15, Antenna Construction and Radio Wave
Propagation


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.1.2 ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA

CONDITION(S): Provided RC-292, designated site, and the
reference.

STANDARD: Erect RC-292 in accordance with the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Select your site. Ensure the area is clear of obstructions
such as power lines. If there are power lines near the
site the antenna must not be any closer than twice the
height of the antenna.

2. Place the Base Plate, with the cleats up, where the antenna
is to be erected.

3. Drive the Swivel Stake through the center hole of the Base
Plate with the Mallet.

4. Drive three Guy Stakes at a 45 degree angle into the earth
facing away from the mast at a distance of 15 feet from the
center of the cleats on the Base Plate. The three stakes
must be 120 degrees apart. The distance of 15 feet is equal
to the length of six mast sections fitted together.

5. Tie the flexible end of each of the three guy straps around
the three ground stakes. Use a "cowhitch" so that tension
on the metal ring will hold the guy straps securely.

6. Assemble five additional mast sections (AB-35) and join
them with the six already assembled, inserting one guy
plate between the sixth and seventh sections of the mast
assembly.

7. Place the second guy plate over the end of the eleventh
section of the mast assembly, and add the final mast
section.

8. Rotate the mast assembly about the swivel stake until it
is free and is midway between two of the guy stakes.

9. Assemble the vertical element (check frequency for the
number of elements required).

10. Assemble the ground plane elements (check frequency for
the number of elements required).

11. Insert the vertical and ground plane elements into the
sockets of the antenna base MP-68 with the vertical
elements going into the socket at the top of the
antenna base.

12. Place the antenna base over the top mast section of the
previously assembled mast and tighten the vise. Position
the MP-68 so that two of the ground place elements rest on
the ground.

13. Connect the coaxial cable to the antenna base. Run the
rest of the cable along the mast sections. Just below the
connector on the MP-68 make a Drip Loop and tape the
coaxial cable just below the loop and approximately
every five feet thereafter until approximately four feet
from the ground. This is done to relieve tension on the
cable and the MP-68.

14. Turn the guy plates so that one hole of each is
uppermost.

15. Attach two guy ropes securely to the side holes of the lower
guy plate. Pass these guy ropes through their respective
side guy strap rings and then through the holes in the
appropriate base plate cleats. Form a slip knot in each guy
rope and pull the free ends through the loops of the slip
knots.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-2


16. Snap the third guy rope in the third hole of the lower guy
plate and lay the guy rope along the mast toward the third
guy stake.

17. Attach the three guy ropes to the upper guy plate in the
same manner.

18. To raise the mast, two men coordinate movements as
follows:

a. One man stands near the swivel base and in line with
the third guy stake. The second man stands at the top of
the mast. The first man bows the top of the mast by
pulling the free guy lines taut. At the same time, the
second man, having raised the tip end of the mast to
shoulder height, walks toward the base plate, pushing the
mast upwards, while the first man walks backwards towards
the third guy stake pulling the mast slowly and firmly
erect.

19. When the mast is in the vertical position, adjust and
tighten all the guy ropes.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-348-15


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. (NONE)


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TASK: 2621.1.3 OPERATE COUNTERMEASURES SET

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, an operation order, a fully
equipped AN/ULQ-19 countermeasures set, frequency to be jammed,
monitor receiver, power supply, local Standard Operating
Procedure (SOP), and references.

STANDARD: Operate the countermeasures set to acquire a signal
and perform jamming procedures per the reference without
compromising safety regulations. Perform communication
jamming so that the jammed communication link is forced to
employ communications counter-countermeasures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up equipment according to TM 11-5865-256-13:

a. Attach power supply to countermeasures set and ensure
proper grounding.

b. Attach antennas.

c. Initiate start up procedures.

d. Perform operational check of equipment.

3. Review operation order to determine what type of jamming to
use:

a. Sweep.

b. Spot.

4. Identify available frequencies based on target technical
data and local SOP:

a. Safety frequencies.

b. Taboo frequencies.

c. Protected frequencies.

d. Alternate frequencies.

5. Identify target callsigns.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-3


6. Determine length of time and best times for jamming based on
target technical data.

7. Prioritize monitoring and jamming.

8. Operate countermeasures set to locate frequency.

9. Operate countermeasures set to begin jamming.

10. Monitor target frequencies to evaluate success of
jamming:

a. Target emissions.

b. Voice compromise.

c. Frequency changes.

11. If frequency changes, conduct frequency scan with
countermeasures set.

12. Locate target and continue jamming.

13. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on the
countermeasures set in accordance with TM
11-5865-256-13.

14. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.

REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5865-256-13, Technical Manual, Countermeasures Set,
AN/ULQ-19(V)2

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.


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TASK: 2621.1.4 OPERATE DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SET

CONDITION(S): Given a fully equipped DF set or position, an
operation order, a standard power source, a live communication
target signal, a compass, map, logbook, target technical data,
and references.

STANDARD: Operate the DF set or position by setting it up in
accordance with the reference without compromising safety
regulations, identifying the desired signal, and obtaining
a minimum of three lines-of-bearing (LOB) to the
target signal within equipment tolerances.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up DF set or position per the operator's manual.

3. Erect antenna and orient station to magnetic north.

4. Attach power supply to DF set.

5. Power up equipment.

6. Enter pertinent information as required:

a. Position.

b. Deviation on antenna.

c. Grid location.

d. Other team locations.

7. Receive mission from DF net control.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-4


8. Operate DF set to search for targets as required by the
operation order.

9. Operate DF set to obtain LOB's on target.

10. Maintain radio communications.

a. DF tipoffs.

b. DF flash.

c. Continue monitoring.

11. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on the DF set
per the operator's manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 08709A-10/1-2, Operator Manual, DF Set AN/PRD-10

2. TM 11-5825-278-12-2, Radio Receiver Direction Finder Set
(AN/PRD-11)

3. USSID 101 (classified title)

4. Local Unit USSID (classified title)

5. Naval Security Group JQR for BULLSEYE Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. A transmitter must be in a known location to evaluate the
accuracy of the DF performance.

2. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.

3. This task may be performed with the AN/PRD-10, AN/PRD-11 DF,
set or equivalent Naval Security Group furnished equipment.



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TASK: 2621.1.5 OPERATE INTERCEPT RADIO RECEIVER

CONDITION(S): Given an AN/GRR-8(V) intercept radio receiver,
antennas, a standard power source, component equipment, target
technical data, and references.

STANDARD: Operate the intercept radio receiver by setting up
the equipment in accordance with TM 87699B-14/1, identifying
the target signal, and tuning in the signal for best reception,
without compromising safety regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up receiver in accordance with TM 87699B-14/1.

3. Attach power source.

4. Erect and orient antennas.

5. Turn on receiver.

6. Perform operational check on headsets.

7. Adjust tuning on receiver.

8. Operate intercept radio receiver to receive signal.

9. Identify desired signal.

a. Callsign.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-5


b. Frequency.

c. Type of traffic.

10. Extract tactical information:

a. Location.

b. Monitor communications.

c. Note communications characteristics.

11. Record information in log book.

12. Submit information to analysts.

13. Tip acquired signals for DF prosecution.

14. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 87699B-14/1, Installation, Operation, and Maintenance
Instruction, Radio Receiver AN/GRR-8(V)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.

2. A transmitter signal must be furnished for proper
training.


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TASK: 2621.1.6 OPERATE RADIO INTERCEPT FACILITY

CONDITION(S): Given a radio intercept facility, antennas,
standard power source, camouflage netting, component
equipment, target technical data, a signal source, and
references.

STANDARD: Operate the radio intercept facility by setting up
the equipment and position per the operator's manual without
compromising safety/tempest regulations; acquiring, tuning in,
recording, and handcopying the signal; making voice
announcements throughout the transmission; reporting findings to
the supervisor per references and performing preventive
maintenance on the equipment.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety/tempest regulations at all times.

2. Unpack equipment and set up per the operator's manual:

a. Ground the facility.

b. Ground power source.

c. Erect antennas.

d. Ground air conditioner.

e. Connect air conditioner vents to the shelter.

f. Connect power source to air conditioner.

g. Activate air conditioner for ventilation.

h. Connect power source to the shelter, ensuring proper
phase and proper fit of electrical connectors.

i. Enter the shelter and monitor the phase, hertz, and
voltage settings on the power console.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-6


j. Apply camouflage to shelter, generator, and air
conditioner.

k. Apply power to electronic racks in the shelter.

l. Turn on multicoupler.

m. Turn on signal distribution box.

n. Turn on equipment in the electronic racks.

o. Orient antennas to desired azimuth.

3. Set up position:

a. Select appropriate antenna through operators'
console.

b. Place recorders in stand-by mode, ensuring they are
linked to the receivers through the operator's
console.

c. Make initial voice announcement on tape recorder.

4. Receive tasking from supervisor.

5. Search for target signal receiver.

6. Operate receiver to tune in signal as required.

7. After signal is acquired, determine if it is a signal of
interest.

8. Operate rotator to adjust antenna direction for optimum
signal reception.

9. Operate recorder to record signal.

10. Concurrently handcopy signal of interest.

11. Ensure supervisor tips signal of interest to Direction
Finding (DF) net control.

12. Operate voice dubbing system recorder to make appropriate
voice announcements.

13. Inform supervisor of:

a. Activity identification.

b. Amplifying data.

c. Report information per USSID 200 series and USSID
301.

14. Conduct first echelon preventive maintenance in accordance
with applicable manuals.

15. Dismantle equipment for transport and storage.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 03844C-15/1, Radio Intercept Facility, AN/TSQ-54B
(Volume 1 and 2)

2. TM 07306B-15/1, Operations and Maintenance, AN/TSQ-103A

3. WJ-8718, HF Receiver (AN/URR-74)

4. USSID 200 series (classified title)

5. USSID 301 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Performance steps are ongoing.

2. Task must be performed with an assistant.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-7


3. This task may be performed with any of the above listed radio
intercept facilities.


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TASK: 2621.1.7 OPERATE RADIO SET WITH COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given a manpack, vehicle-mounted, or
shelter-installed radio set, COMSEC equipment, crypto
loading device, crypto variables, standard power source, a
communications link, Communication-Electronic Operating
Instruction (CEOI), and references.

STANDARD: Operate the radio set with COMSEC equipment by setting
up the equipment per operator's manual without compromising
safety regulations, erecting the antenna and attaching it to the
radio set, keying COMSEC equipment, selecting frequencies and
callsigns, initiating a secure transmission, passing traffic and
sign-off per references

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up the radio in accordance with the operator's manual.

3. Ensure COMSEC equipment is compatible with radio in use.

4. Erect antenna and connect the radio set.

5. Attach power source.

6. Activate power to equipment.

7. Set loading device according to key setting specified in
keylist.

8. Insert key into COMSEC equipment.

9. Turn radio power on and switch COMSEC device to CIPHER.

10. Tune radio to the correct frequency and select callsigns
according to the CEOI.

11. Press PUSH-TO-TALK switch and wait for three short rapid
beeps and one lower-pitched beep.

12. Verify correct key has been loaded.

13. Initiate a secure transmission.

14. Transmit and receive and sign-off the air using proper
radio procedures per FMFM 3-3 and ACP 125.

15. Zeroize COMSEC equipment.

16. Dismantle equipment for transport and storage.

17. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-667-12, Radio Set AN/PRC-77

2. TM 11-5820-401-10-1, Radio Set AN/VRC-12

3. TM 11-5895-1182-20, Radio Set AN/PSC-3

4. TM 08487A-12 & P/1, Digital Communications Terminal
(AN/PSC-2)

5. TM 11-5820-401-12, Radio Set AN/VRC-46

6. TM 11-5810-372-12, Technical Manual, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-8/28/38

7. KAO-153A/TSEC Operating Instruction

8. KAO-154, Operating Instruction, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-65


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-8


9. TSEC/KYK-38 Nestor Keying Device

10. TSEC/KYK-13 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

11. TSEC/KYK-15 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

12. KOI-18 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

13. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with US Supplements 1 and 2

14. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task may be performed with any of the above listed
radio sets and COMSEC equipment.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.1.8 OPERATE RECORDER-REPRODUCER

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, a recorder-reproducer, an
intercept radio receiver, standard power source, magnetic
recording tape, and communications signal.

STANDARD: Operate the recorder-reproducer by setting up the
equipment without compromising safety regulations, loading the
recording tape, entering required voice announcements on the
tape per USSID 101, tuning the radio receiver to the
communications signal, setting recorder line input controls
monitoring the signal while recording to ensure proper
reception, and upon completion of the recording, rewinding the
tape, and removing it from the recorder.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up recorder-reproducer per TM 11-5835-203-15.

3. Load magnetic recording tape into recorder-reproducer.

4. Enter required voice announcements on the tape based on the
mission and USSID 101.

5. Tune the radio receiver to the communications signal.

6. Monitor and adjust the recorder line input controls to
control the record level.

7. Stop the recorder-reproducer.

8. Make the proper voice announcements per the mission and
USSID 101.

9. Remove tape.

10. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manuals.

11. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5835-203-15, Operation and Maintenance,
Recorder-Reproducer AN/PNH-7

2. USSID 101 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________



Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-9


TASK: 2621.1.9 PREPARE RADIO CONTROL GROUP FOR REMOTE OPERATION


CONDITION(S): Given a mission, a fully operational AN/VRC-12
series radio, remote device, standard power source, field wire,
and operator's manual.

STANDARD: Prepare radio control group for remote operation by
setting up antenna and radio transmission device, connecting
the remote device to the VRC-12 series radio, and initiating
communications per references without compromising safety
regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Assist in identifying site for remote setup:

a. Consider transmission and reception capabilities.

b. Consider cover and concealment.

c. Consider terrain characteristics.

d. Consider proximity to other sources of electromagnetic
interference (EMI).

2. Set up antenna and equipment at predetermined site.

a. Cut wire and install field wire from antenna to radio
transmission device.

b. Set up receiver-transmitter (RT) for operation.

c. Connect remote control cable between RT and remote
control equipment.

d. Attach antenna to radio, if required.

e. Cut and run wire to remote device.

f. Attach communications security (COMSEC) equipment to
remote control device, if required.

g. Connect handset to remote device.

h. Use push-to-talk operation to control the RT from the
radio set control group.

3. Power up equipment, adhering to safety regulations.

4. Initiate a call-to-distant station.

5. Troubleshoot equipment, if required.

6. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manuals.

7. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-477-12, Radio Set Control Group AN/GRA-39B


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.


_______________________________________________________________



Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-10


DUTY AREA 2 - INTERCEPT PROCEDURES


TASK: 2621.2.1 CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL, TARGET, OR GREENWICH
MEAN TIME (G.M.T.)

CONDITION(S): Given a time (G.M.T., local, or target) with the
associated letter designator and the time zone letter
designator to which the time must be converted.

STANDARD: Convert local/target times to G.M.T. and convert
G.M.T. time to local/target time maintaining an accuracy to the
minute.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Given a local/target time and time zone letter, determine the
difference between local/target and G.M.T.

2. Add or subtract the number of hours different from
local/target time to determine G.M.T.


3. Add or subtract the number of hours different from G.M.T.
to determine local/target time.


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 121, Communications Instructions - General

2. FM 24-17, Tactical Communications Center


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.2.2 COPY FOREIGN MORSE COMMUNICATION TRANSMISSION

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
target technical data, a target signal source, and reference.

STANDARD: Copy foreign Morse communication transmission by
monitoring the signal source and recording all Essential
Elements of Information (EEI) in the format per the
reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Put header line on transcript per USSID 101.

2. Monitor target signal source.

3. Record on paper every transmission (EEI) from signal
source.

a. Include activity.

b. Include callsigns.

c. Include frequencies.

d. Include time notations.

e. Include case notations.

4. Follow format from USSID 101.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)

2. TM 11-459, International Morse Code (Instructions)


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-11


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


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TASK: 2621.2.3 ENTER CASUAL INTERCEPT LINE

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
target technical data, a target signal source, and reference.

STANDARD: Enter casual intercept line including target
identifier, frequency, type of signal, time of intercept, and
intercepting station, ensuring it is consistent with the given
data and entered per the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Using format prescribed in USSID 101, record:

a. Target identifier.

b. Frequency.

c. Type of signal.

d. Time of intercept.

e. Intercepting station.

2. Check intercept line for accuracy and confirmation of
format per USSID 101.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.2.4 IDENTIFY TARGET THROUGH CALLSIGNS AND
OPERATING TECHNIQUES/PROCEDURES

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
target technical data, and a target signal source.

STANDARD: Identify targets by callsigns and operating
techniques/procedures including call-up and identification of
peculiar operating procedures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify target by callsign.

a. Record the callsigns from the target signal source.

b. Look up the callsigns in the target technical data to
determine callsign identity.

c. If not identified in the target technical data,
identify callsign type.

d. Look up callsign type in target technical data to
determine nature of target.

2. Identify target by call-up.

a. Copy transmission.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-12


b. Identify pattern of call-up used by target signal
source.

c. Identify type p call-up used by assigned target
through:

(1) Target station traffic.

(2) Location of transmission.

(3) Number of station callsigns identified during
transmission.

d. Identify target using target technical data.

3. Identify target through identification of peculiar
operating procedures such as use of dialect or military
terminology.


REFERENCE(S): (NONE)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.2.5 INTERPRET PROCEDURE CHART

CONDITION(S): Given a completed procedure chart and intercept
copy containing chart references.

STANDARD: Interpret a procedure chart by identifying the chart
references in the intercepted copy and reading to true cell
values on the procedure chart.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify chart references in intercepted copy.

2. using references to interpret procedure chart.

a. Locate correct cell column.

b. Locate correct row.

c. Locate the true cell value at the intersecting
axes.


REFERENCE(S): (NONE)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.2.6 MAINTAIN TARGET CONTINUITY THROUGH
SIGNAL/FREQUENCY MONITORING

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept facility, a
signal containing signal mode and frequency changes, working
aids, and USSID 250.

STANDARD: Maintain target continuity by aurally and visually
recognizing the signal mode and frequency changes and adjusting
collection procedures per references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review working aids for scheduled mode and frequency
changes for the target.

2. Monitor signal.

3. Adjust frequency according to schedule.

4. Listen for unscheduled mode or frequency changes.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-13


5. Notate changes as they occur.

6. If signal is lost and there is no scheduled change, begin
frequency search until signal is regained.

7. Adjust collection procedures per USSID 250.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 250 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Maintaining target continuity is ongoing. Steps are
performed concurrently.

2. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.2.7 PERFORM FREQUENCY SEARCH MISSION

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
target signal sources, target technical data, and reference.

STANDARD: Perform a frequency search mission per given data
and USSID 101 identifying the frequency the target is using.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review target technical data to determine frequency
spectrum target is most likely to use.

2. Set frequency parameters on radio set of intercept
position.

3. Begin automatic scan on radio set or conduct manual scan of
frequencies.

a. Concentrate on frequencies of known target usage.

b. Start with lowest frequency.

4. Continue frequency scan until target is located.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.2.8 PERFORM TOUCH TYPING

CONDITION(S): Given a typewriter, paper, and incoming plain
language signal.

STANDARD: Type plain language text at the minimum speed of 35
works per minute.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Turn on typewriter.

2. Align paper.

3. Receive transmission.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-14


4. Type information as heard.

5. Review typed text for accuracy of message and context.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Century 21 Typewriting

2. Typing Power Drills (2nd edition)

3. Student Copy Text, Applied Conditioning Touch Typing Phases
II and III


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded text may be substituted for actual signals
during training.

2. Computer/work processor may be used in place of
typewriter.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.2.9 RECORD DIRECTION FINDING (DF) RESULTS ON
INTERCEPT COPY

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
intercepted copy, results from DF, log book, and reference.

STANDARD: Record DF results on intercept copy and record
line-of-bearing (LOB) in log book per USSID 101.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive LOB/CUT/FIX from DF equipment.

2. Translate results from DF into appropriate format per USSID
101.

3. Record LOB/CUT/FIX in log book per USSID 101.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.2.10 SELECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) INTERCEPT SITE

CONDITION(S): Given a map, intercept tasking, threat data,
friendly forces location, a compass, and transportation
means.

STANDARD: Select SIGINT/EW intercept site by plotting the
threat and friendly locations on the map and evaluating the
area for possible primary and secondary site locations,
ensuring the site's technical and operational suitability in
the tactical area of operations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. identify threat forces location.

2. Identify friendly forces location.

3. Plot locations on map.

4. Evaluate the area for possible primary and secondary site
locations.

5. Visit and evaluate the site for technical and operational
suitability, considering:


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-15


a. Other electronic emissions.

b. Elevation.

c. Avenues of exit/approach.

d. Concealment.

e. Fortification.

f. Supply routes.

g. Proximity of landing zone (LZ).

h. Proximity to friendly supporting forces.

i. Drainage.

j. Terrain features.

6. Compile information and select site.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Soldier Training Publication (STP) 34-05D23-SM-TG
(classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.2.11 SERVICE PAGE PRINT MEDIA

CONDITION(S): Given a mission statement, page print containing
intercepted target traffic, classification and technical data
stamps, link-end intercept diary, technical guidance and
references.

STANDARD: Service page print media by annotating and
classifying the page print per the information stamp format and
incorporating operator comments per the references. Record
information in link-end intercept diary.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Annotate page print:

a. Date-time group.

b. Signal type.

c. Classification.

d. Operator's initials.

2. Put time hack on print as specified by mission statement.

3. Incorporate operator comments on page print, to include:

a. Signal break up.

b. Change in signal.

c. Change in modulation.

d. Frequency/callsign compromises.

e. Operator inconsistencies/characteristics.

f. Notate items of interest.

4. Follow format in USSID 101 and USSID 215.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-16


5. Make link-end intercept diary entries.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)

2. USSID 215 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.2.12 TRANSCRIBE AN INTERCEPTED MESSAGE

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational recorder-reproducer, a
prerecorded tape containing intercepted message traffic in
Morse, typewriter or pencil and paper, and references.

STANDARD: Transcribe an intercepted message in the format
prescribed by the reference to include all message externals,
frequencies, callsigns, and important intercept information at
a minimum of 500 Morse characters at 20 groups per minute with
a minimum of 96 percent accuracy with additional requirement
for copying numbers and cut numbers.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Locate appropriate cut on the tape.

2. Put header line on transcript per USSID 101.

3. Record on paper every understandable transmission from
intercepted message traffic in target Morse.

a. Include frequencies.

b. Include callsigns.

4. Follow format from USSID 101.

5. Check intercept copy for accuracy and completeness.

a. Check formatting of intercept copy for accuracy.

(1) Frequencies.

(2) Callsigns.

(3) Line-of-Bearing (LOB).

(4) Time of intercept.

(5) Actual message.

b. Check servicing of intercept copy for accuracy.

(1) Identification of traffic.

(2) Activity.

(3) Nationality.

(4) Means of communication.

c. Reread intercepted traffic looking for callsigns, and
awkward or nonsensical phrases.

d. Take corrective action.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Soldier Training Publication (STP) 34-98G12-SM (classified
title)


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-17


2. USSID 101 (classified title)

3. USSID 102 (classified title)

4. USSID 103 (classified title)

5. USSID 105 (classified title)

6. USSID 215 (classified title)

7. USSID 250 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 3 - DIRECTION FINDING (DF) PROCEDURES


TASK: 2621.3.1 IDENTIFY DIRECTION FINDING (DF) TARGET

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational DF site, target
tip-off, steerage from an intercept operator and references.

STANDARD: Identify DF target signal through callsigns,
frequency, and other voice identification; shoot
lines-of-bearing (LOB), perform CUT's and FIX's; and log and
report LOB's to the analyst/DF net supervisor.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Enter frequency in DF gear from target tip-off.

2. Identify desired target:

a. Callsigns.

b. Frequency.

c. Other voice identification.

3. Shoot a minimum of three LOB's based on input from intercept
operator.

4. Log LOB's CUT's, and FIX's using appropriate format per FM
30-476 and FM 34-86.

5. Report results to analyst/DF net supervisor.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)

2. FM 34-86, Direction Finding Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.3.2 MAINTAIN A DIRECTION FINDING (DF) LOG

CONDITION(S): Given a blank DF log sheet, intercept operator
tip-off data, DF results and references.

STANDARD: Maintain a DF log by entering frequency, callsign,
line-of-bearing (LOB), source of tip-off, and date-time group
(DTG) per the references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Assign tip-off a one up number.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-18


2. Analyze DF results to complete log sheet per FM 30-476 and FM
34-86.

a. Frequency.

b. Callsign.

c. LOB.

d. Source of tip-off.

e. Date-time group.

3. Report results to analyst/DF net supervisor.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)

2. FM 34-86, Direction Finding Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.3.3 PERFORM COMPOSITE PLOTTING

CONDITION(S): Given a direction finding (DF) plotting board
and multiple bearing on a single emitter.

STANDARD: Perform composite plotting by determining the mean
bearing for each DF station, plotting the bearing on the
plotting board, and reporting location information.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive lines-of-bearing (LOB) from each DF station.

2. Determine the mean bearing for each DF station.

3. Convert magnetic bearings to grid bearings using the GM
angle diagram shown on the plotting map.

4. Plot the bearing on the plotting board.

5. Report location information to supervisor.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)

2. FM 34-86, Direction Finding Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.3.4 SELECT DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SITE

CONDITION(S): Given a tactical map, intercept tasking, threat
data, friendly forces location, a compass, and transportation
means.

STANDARD: Select DF site by plotting threat and friendly
locations on the map and evaluating the area for possible
primary and secondary site locations, ensuring the site's
technical and operational suitability in the tactical area of
operations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify threat forces location.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-19


2. Identify friendly forces location.

3. Plot locations on map.

4. Evaluate for possible primary and secondary site
locations.

5. Visit and evaluate sites for technical and operational
suitability.

a. Other electronic emissions.

b. Location of other DF sites.

c. Elevation.

d. Avenues of exit/approach.

e. Concealment.

f. Fortification.

g. Supply routes.

h. Proximity of landing zone (LZ).

i. Drainage.

j. Terrain features.

k. Man-made obstacles.

6. Compile information and select site.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Soldier Training Publication (STP) 34-05D23-SM-TG
(classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 4 - SECURITY PROCEDURES


TASK: 2621.4.1 CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY (TRANSEC)
TRAINING

CONDITION(S): Given a lesson plan outline, a training situation,
threat assessments, Marine Corps training regulations,
technical documentation, and two radios.

STANDARD: Upon completion of the period of instruction the
students will be able to employ TRANSEC procedures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Familiarize radio operators with the radio net operation
concept.

a. Operating rules, callsign usage, and phonetic
alphabet.

b. Types of nets.

c. Types of callsigns.

d. Types of calls.

e. Operating procedures.

2. Familiarize radio operators with net establishment
concepts.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-20


a. Tuning.

b. Net opening.

c. Net closing.

3. Familiarize radio operators with standard message
handling.

a. Message format.

b. Receipting.

4. Familiarize radio operators with TRANSEC precepts:

a. Short, concise authorized transmissions.

b. Basic radio transmission rules in accordance with FM
24-1.

c. Use of excessive transmitting power.

d. Excessive time consumption.

e. Speaking at speeds greater than receiving operator's
capability.

f. Reduction of operator distinguishing characteristics.

g. Random schedule operation.

h. Proper use of authentication aids.

i. Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI).

j. Proper disclosure of classified information in radio
transmission (BEADWINDOW).

k. Notification to net of suspected bogus station
(GINGERBREAD).

5. Set up training situation with two radios.

6. Monitor circuit to observe use of radio communication
procedures.

7. Evaluate performance and provide remedial instruction as
necessary.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook

2. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

3. FM 24-1, Combat Communications (How to Fight)

4. FM 24-18, Field Radio Techniques

5. FM 24-33, Communications Techniques: Electronic
Counter-Countermeasures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Instructor may work with individual or multiple students.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.4.2 DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING MATERIAL/RESIDUAL

CONDITION(S): Given outdated classified working
material/residual, classified material destruction reports, a
method of destruction, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-21


STANDARD: Destroy classified material/residual in such a manner
that no part is recoverable and document classified material
destruction in logs per OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive authorization for destruction of classified
materials:

2. Complete classified material destruction report including
the following information per OPNAVINST 5510.1:

a. Title.

b. Control number.

c. Originator.

d. Copy number.

3. Ensure information in classified material report is
accurate.

4. Verify destruction of materials before actual
destruction.

5. Destroy materials.

6. Provide Special Security Officer with report.

7. File copy of report.

8. Delete destroyed materials from publications inventory.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Actual destruction of documents may be simulated.

2. This task will be accomplished in the presence of a
witness.




TASK: 2621.4.3 MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR CLASSIFIED
MATERIALS

CONDITION(S): Given classified materials, a facility
authorized to store classified materials [fixed site or
Tactical Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
(T-SCIF)], log books, list of units requesting documents and
their clearance level, security regulations, classified
material control resources, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Maintain physical security for classified materials
in a fixed site or T-SCIF per OPNAVINST 5510.1 by ensuring
materials are inventoried, secured, and controlled.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive classified material observing TPI (two person
integrity).

2. Ensure security procedures for a fixed site are
maintained.

a. Enforce classified materials sign-in/sign-out
procedures.

(1) Assign control number to all documents.

(2) Ensure classified materials are properly signed
out when checked out.

(3) Ensure classified materials are inventoried.

b. Enforce access procedures.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-22



(1) Control access to classified materials.

(2) Control access to facilities.

(3) Ensure only authorized personnel have access to
materials.

c. Enforce classified materials storage procedures.

(1) Ensure classified materials are secured open
storage.

(2) Ensure classified materials are secured closed
storage.

(3) Ensure tempest security is maintained.

3. Ensure security procedures for T-SCIF are maintained.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)

5. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) 50-3


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________



TASK: 2621.4.4 PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, an Emergency Action
Plan (EAP), an emergency situation, emergency destruction
materials, and local Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

STANDARD: Perform emergency action procedures per the EAP,
local SOP, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Destroy classified materials.

2. Ensure destruction reports are submitted to the Special
Security Officer (SSO).

3. Ensure salvaged materials are moved to secure location.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. CSP-1, Cryptographic Security Policy and Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. An emergency condition may be simulated for training
purposes.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.4.5 PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL FOR TRANSFER

CONDITION(S): Given classified material to be transferred,
packaging materials, classification stamps, classified material
transfer forms, OPNAVINST 5510.1, USSID 503, and DOD 5200.33R.



Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-23


STANDARD: Prepare classified material for transfer ensuring
receipts are prepared and material is packaged and marked for
adequate security protection per OPNAVINST 5510.1, USSID 503,
and DOD 5200.33R.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Prepare classified materials for hand carried transfer.

a. Prepare wrap materials:

(1) Prepare inner wrapper including classification of
material, return address, and classification stamp.

(2) Prepare outer wrapper.

b. Prepare carrying materials:

(1) On base transfer of materials.

(2) Off base transfer of materials (ensure individual
has courier card or courier letter).

2. Prepare classified materials for mailing transfer per USSID
503.

a. Prepare non-Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)
material, SECRET or below, for transfer via registered
mail.

b. Prepare SCI material for transfer via Defense Courier
Service DEFCOS per DOD 5200.33R:

(1) Prepare inner wrapper including classification of
material, DEFCOS addresses, classification stamp,
and receipt card.

(2) Prepare outer wrapper including DEFCOS addresses.

3. Release materials to courier for delivery.

4. Complete classified materials transfer forms.

5. Ensure materials have been received by return of receipt
card.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. USSID 503 (classified title)

3. DOD 5200.33R, Defense Courier Service Regulations

4. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/7

5. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/14

6. CMS-4, Communications Security Material System Manual

7. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

8. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.4.6 RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, classified material
receipt log book, DOD 5200.33R, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-24


STANDARD: Receive classified material ensuring receipt card is
signed and mailed back to originator, and the log book is
completed to include date, classification, subject, originator,
storage, and control number per guidance in DOD 5200.33R and
OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Sign receipt card.

2. Mail card back to originator.

3. Complete entry in log book to include:

a. Date.

b. Classification.

c. Subject.

d. Originator.

e. Storage location.

f. Control number.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOD 5200.33R, Defense Courier Service Regulations

2. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 5 - TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS PROCEDURES


TASK: 2621.5.1 EMPLOY VOICE RADIO COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES
DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION

CONDITION(S): Given a radio set, a tactical field message
book, a Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (CEOI),
ACP 125, and FMFM 3-3

STANDARD: Correct voice radio communications procedures are
employed per ACP 125 and FMFM 3-3.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Use phonetic alphabet, numerals, operating signals,
prosigns and prowords.

2. Limit transmission to as short as possible.

3. Identify station, single call only.

4. Do not provide unit identification information concerning
strength, location, and troop movement in the clear without
manual encryption and authentication.

5. Always use secure communications when available.

6. Identify disclosure of information requiring greater
security than offered by the circuit in radio transmission
(BEADWINDOW).

7. Identify intruder station on net (Gingerbread).

8. Use proper authentication procedures (challenge/counter
challenge).


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-25


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

2. CSP-1, Cryptographic Security Policy and Procedures

3. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Steps do not have to be performed sequentially.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.5.2 EXCHANGE INFORMATION USING A CODE

CONDITION(S): Given a COMUS pad, a tactical operations code,
an alphanumeric code, information to be encrypted/decrypted,
and communications equipment.

STANDARD: Encrypt/decrypt information in a timely manner
without error and exchange via communications equipment.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Outline information that is to be passed.

2. Encrypt information using code.

a. COMUS pad.

b. Tactical operations code.

c. Alphanumeric code.

3. Establish communications.

4. Transmit coded information via communications equipment.

5. Receive coded information from outstation.

6. Ensure receipt is accurate.

7. Sign off communications net.

8. Decrypt information.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 874
(classified title)

2. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 1662
(classified title)

3. Allied Cryptographic Operational Authenticator (AKAA) 2000
(classified title)

4. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 2000
(classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-26


TASK: 2621.5.3 IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION REQUIRING
GREATER SECURITY THAN OFFERED BY THE CIRCUIT IN
RADIO TRANSMISSIONS (BEADWINDOW)

CONDITION(S): Given a recording of the text of a radio
transmission which contains the disclosure of Essential
Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI).

STANDARD: Identify the seven EEFI's and document violations in
radio log book.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify EEFI's.

2. State BEADWINDOW on the net upon disclosure of an EEFI.

3. Ensure maximum effort is made to get the violating station
off the net or to cease disclosing EEFI information.

4. Make log entry of violations in radio log book.

5. Determine possible damage to forces by disclosure and
report to superior.


REFERENCE(S):

1. NWP 4, BASIC OPERATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS DOCTRINE

2. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2621.5.4 RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION

CONDITION(S): Given a Communication-Electronic Operating
Instruction (CEOI), blank Frequency Interference Report (FIR)
forms, FIR format, and a jamming signal.

STANDARD: Recognize the presence of jamming and respond with
communication counter-countermeasures. Submit a FIR to include
frequency, time, date, type of interference, and effect on
friendly communications.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Monitor signal.

2. Recognize jamming.

3. Attempt to talk around jamming.

4. Change to alternate frequency for message traffic only and
return to primary frequency.

5. Cease communications for intermittent periods.

6. Prepare and submit a FIR per FIR format to include:

a. Frequencies.

b. Activities.

c. Net.

d. Time.

e. Date.

f. Type of interference.

g. Effect of interference on friendly communications.



Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-27


REFERENCE(S):

1. NWP 33 (classified title)

2. ATP-1, Volume 1, Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions And
Procedures

3. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

4. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

5. FM 24-33, Communications Techniques: Electronic
Counter-Countermeasures

6. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook

7. MCO 3430.3, Meaconing, Interference, Jamming, and Intrusion
(MIJI)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


Appendix B to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-B-28


MOS 2629, SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST


DUTY AREA 1 - EQUIPMENT OPERATION


TASK: 2629.1.1 EMPLOY ASSETS OF TECHNICAL CONTROL AND
ANALYSIS CENTER (TCAC)

CONDITION(S): Given AN/TSQ-130(V) TCAC assets, mission,
database, information to create database, JINTACS format, US
Army/TCAC version of JINTACCS at both General Service (GENSER)
and Special Intelligence (SI) versions, Local Consumer Work
Station (LCWS) terminal, and the references.

STANDARD: Employ assets of TCAC to collate valid information,
identify and extract Essential Elements of Information (EEI),
define databases, update databases with EEI's, and report
information to other TCAC users.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Query TCAC resources availability.

a. Status of database.

b. Availability of database.

2. View data available for development of collection plan.

3. Identify data gaps.

4. Review mission/commander's intent to retrieve EEI's.

5. Analyze all sources of incoming data and extract pertinent
information.

6. Create and define specific databases.

7. Update information into defined database within TCAC.

8. Issue reports via TCAC to other TCAC users.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5865-225-10-1, Technical Control and Analysis Center
AN/TSQ-130(V)

2. TM 11-5865-225-10-2, Technical Control and Analysis Center
AN/TSQ-130(V)

3. TC 34-102 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Steps do not have to be performed sequentially.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.1.2 OPERATE RADIO SET WITH COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given a manpack, vehicle mounted, or shelter
installed radio set, COMSEC equipment, crypto loading device,
crypto variables, standard power source, a communications link,
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (CEOI), and
operator's manual.

STANDARD: Operate the radio set with COMSEC equipment by
setting up the equipment per operator's manual without
compromising safety regulations, erecting the antenna and
attaching it to the radio set, keying COMSEC equipment,
selecting frequencies and callsigns, initiating a secure
transmission, passing traffic and properly effecting sign-off
procedures and zeroing equipment in accordance with the
references.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-1


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up the radio in accordance with the operator's manual.

3. Ensure COMSEC equipment is compatible with radio in use.

4. Erect antenna and connect the radio set.

5. Attach power source.

6. Activate power to equipment.

7. Set loading device according to key settings specified in
keylist.

8. Insert key into COMSEC equipment.

9. Turn radio power on and switch COMSEC device to CIPHER.

10. Tune radio to the correct frequency and select callsigns
according to the CEOI.

11. Press PUSH-TO-TALK switch and wait for three short rapid
beeps and one lower-pitched beep.

12. Verify correct key has been loaded.

13. Initiate a secure transmission.

14. Transmit and receive and sign-off the air using proper
radio procedures per FMFM 3-3 and ACP 125.

15. Zeroize COMSEC equipment.

16. Dismantle equipment for transport and storage.

17. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-667-12, Radio Set AN/PRC-77

2. TM 11-5820-401-10-1, Radio Set AN/VRC-12

3. TM 11-5895-1182-20, Radio Set AN/PSC-3

4. TM 08487A-12 & P/1, Digital Communications Terminal
(AN/PSC-2)

5. TM 11-5820-401-12, Radio Set AN/VRC-46

6. TM 11-5810-372-12, Technical Manual, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-8/28/38

7. KAO-153A/TSEC Operating Instruction

8. KAO-154, Operating Instruction, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-65

9. TSEC/KYK-38 Nestor Keying Device

10. TSEC/KYK-13 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

11. TSEC/KYK-15 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

12. KOI-18 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

13. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

14. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-2


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task may be performed with any of the above listed

radio sets and COMSEC equipment.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.1.3 PREPARE COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL DEVICES FOR
OPERATION

CONDITION(S): Given a computer, computer software, peripheral
devices, standard power source, and Disk Operating System (DOS)
User's Manual.

STANDARD: Prepare computer and peripheral devices for
operation by connecting the peripheral devices to the computer,
powering up the computer, and loading the operating system and
software per the operator's manual without compromising
safety/tempest regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety/tempest regulations at all times.

2. Connect peripheral devices to computer.

3. Connect power source to computer.

4. Load software.

5. Perform operation check of system and peripherals.

6. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOS User's Manual

2. Grid OS User's Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.1.4 SUPERVISE INSTALLATION OF RADIO INTERCEPT
FACILITY

CONDITION(S): Given radio intercept facility equipment, a
mission, target technical data, and operator's manual.


STANDARD: Supervise the installation of a radio intercept
facility ensuring equipment and position are set up per the
operator's manual, equipment is powered up and operationally
checked, switches and controls are set for initial operation,
physical security is established, and no act is committed that
may cause damage to the equipment or injury to personnel.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Ensure safety/tempest regulations are adhered to at all
times.

2. Ensure equipment is unpacked and set up per the operator's
manual and mission tasking.

a. Ensure antennas are erected and oriented toward target
area.

b. Ensure equipment and antennas are grounded.

c. Ensure antennas are connected to equipment.

d. Ensure camouflage netting is erected.

e. Ensure power is applied to component equipment.

f. Ensure an operational check of the equipment is
performed.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-3


g. Ensure switches and controls are set for initial
operation.

3. Ensure physical security of the facility is established.

4. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.

5. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manuals.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 03844C-15/1, Radio Intercept Facility, AN/TSQ-54B
(Volume 1 and 2)

2. TM 07306B-15/1, Operations and Maintenance, AN/TSQ-103A



3. WJ-8718, HF Receiver (AN/URR-74)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task may be performed with any of the above listed
radio intercept facilities.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.1.5 SUPERVISE OPERATION OF RADIO INTERCEPT FACILITY


CONDITION(S): Given an established radio intercept facility,
tasking from higher authority, collection plan, mission, a list
of personnel per target, and operator's manual.

STANDARD: Supervise operation of the radio intercept facility
by assigning personnel and target priorities; ensuring
reporting format is followed ensuring the signal is acquired
and recorded; adjusting operations as necessary; and ensuring
no act is committed that may cause damage to the equipment or
injury to personnel.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review tasking and collection plan.

a. Identify and assign personnel tasking for
collection.

b. Assign priorities for specific targets.

2. Ensure all efforts are made to acquire the target signal.

3. Review collected information to identify if specific target
information has been intercepted.

4. Direct further monitoring as required.

5. Ensure format for reporting collected information is
followed per USSID 200 series and USSID 301.

6. Adjust operations as required; i.e., by change in tactical
situation, higher command, or weather.

7. Ensure safety/tempest regulations are adhered to at all
times.



REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 03844C-15/1, Radio Intercept Facility, AN/TSQ-54B
(Volume 1 and 2)

2. TM 07306B-15/1, Operations and Maintenance, AN/TSQ-103A

3. WJ-8718, HF Receiver (AN/URR-74)

4. USSID 200 series (classified title)

5. USSID 300 series (classified title)


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-4


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task may be performed with any of the above listed
radio intercept facilities.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.1.6 SUPERVISE PREPARATION OF RADIO CONTROL GROUP
FOR REMOTE OPERATION

CONDITION(S): Given a tactical situation map, a mission, and
operator's manual.

STANDARD: Supervise preparation of radio control group for
remote operation by identifying the site for remote setup and
by supervising the set up of equipment ensuring that no act is
committed that may cause damage to the equipment or injury to
personnel. Ensure successful communications are initiated.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify site for remote setup.

a. Consider transmission and reception capabilities.

b. Consider cover and concealment.

c. Consider terrain characteristics.

d. Consider proximity to other sources of electromagnetic
interference (EMI).



2. Supervise set up of antenna and equipment at predetermined
site.

3. Ensure power is applied to equipment and adherence to
safety requirements.

4. Ensure a successful call-up is initiated to other stations
on the specified net.

5. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.

6. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manuals.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-477-12, Radio Set Control Group AN/GRA-39B


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.1.7 SUPERVISE PREPARATION OF TRANSLATOR TRANSCRIBER
AND ANALYSIS FACILITY FOR OPERATION

CONDITION(S): Given an AN/TSQ-68B Translator Transcriber and
Analysis Facility (recorders, computers, radio, antennas,
crypto devices), a mission, available personnel, and component
equipments.

STANDARD: Supervise preparation of translator transcriber and
analysis facility for operation by supervising the proper set
up of the equipment ensuring no act is committed that may cause
damage to equipment or injury to personnel.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Ensure adherence to safety regulations.

2. Supervise set up of equipment per TM 04406C-15/1:

a. Ground the facility and power source.

b. Erect and orient antennas.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-5




c. Apply camouflage to generator and facility.

d. Apply power to equipment.

e. Perform operational check of equipment.

3. Set up operator position.

a. Assign tasking to position based on mission.

(1) Assign personnel to transcribe.

(2) Alert personnel to Essential Elements of
Information (EEI).

(3) Prioritize information to be transcribed.

(4) Provide working aids to each position.

b. Analyze information transcribed.

c. Adjust tasking to reflect mission changes.

d. Ensure reports are prepared in the format per USSID
300

4. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manuals.

5. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 04406C-15/1, Translator-Transcriber and Processing
Facility AN/TSQ-68B

2. USSID 300 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 2 - MISSION MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES



TASK: 2629.2.1 ASSIGN CASE NOTATION TO TARGET COMMUNICATIONS

CONDITION(S): Given raw intercept, signal source with a
control and outstation, temporary block case notation
allocation, target technical data, and references.

STANDARD: Isolate the target signal and assign case notation
to target communications per the target technical data and
references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw intercept:

a. Identify country.

b. Identify service.

c. Identify mode of transmission and additional
transmitter characteristics.

d. If transmitter is indefinable, assign from temporary
block case notation allocation.

2. Compile into case notation per USSID 404.

3. Assign case notation per target entity.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-6


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 404 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.2.2 ASSIGN DIRECTION FINDING (DF) PRIORITIES

CONDITION(S): Given order of battle data files, case history
files, current tasking directives, and technical databases.

STANDARD: Assign DF priorities based on priority of threat to

satisfy tasking directives. Adjust DF priorities as situation
dictates.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review data available to determine severity of threat to
include supported commander's Essential Elements of
Information (EEI).

2. Prioritize threats by severity.

3. Assign DF priorities as determined by hearability and
tactical situation.

4. Adjust DF priorities as dictated by situation.

a. Consider proximity of threat.

b. Consider changes in capability of threat.

c. Consider movement.

d. Consider new or additional tasking.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)

2. USSID 110 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Consider Search and Rescue (SAR) missions as a number one
priority for DF in a non-hostile environment.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.2.3 DEVELOP COLLECTION PLAN

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, available resources (personnel,
position), pro forma intercept logs, target assignment cards,
Electronic Order of Battle (EOB) data files, case history
files, current tasking directives and references.

STANDARD: Develop a collection plan by computing daily hours
of coverage for an intercept site per USSID 101 and USSID 110,
assigning priority of target to intercept positions per USSID
300 series, and assigning personnel to positions. Adjust
mission tasking based on intercept.



PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission, resources, target assignment cards, and
target technical data.

a. Determine threat location.

b. Determine threat equipment capabilities.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-7


c. Consider threat signal environment.

2. Compute daily hours of coverage for an intercept site using
pro forma intercept logs per USSID 101 and USSID 110.

3. Assign priority of target to intercept positions per USSID
300 series.

a. Frequency range.

b. Type of communications on frequency.

c. Type of activity.

4. Assign personnel to positions.

5. Adjust mission tasking based on intercept.

a. Identify data gaps.

b. Identify duplication of tasking.

c. Identify changes in priority of tasking.

d. Adjust collection activity center resources to collect
needed data as situation changes.

e. Identify and resolve current tasking directive
conflicts.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 series (classified title)

2. USSID 110 (classified title)



3. USSID 101 (classified title)

4. Local Unit USSID (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.2.4 RECOMMEND EMPLOYMENT OF ELECTRONIC
COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)

CONDITION(S): Given the current collection plan, Electronic
Order of Battle (EOB) data files, case history files, intended
ECM parameters from higher headquarters, intended results of
ECM from higher headquarters, working aids, and friendly
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (CEOI).

STANDARD: Recommend the employment of ECM by preparing a
priority listing of potential ECM targets based upon supported
commanders' tactical priorities and the potential for
effectiveness, ensuring that higher headquarters' intended
results are achieved.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Compare collection plan with ECM parameters.

2. Identify affected collection areas.

3. Assess resulting effect on collection effort.

4. Weigh intended results against currently provided
collection objectives.

5. Prepare a priority listing of potential ECM targets based
upon supported commander's threat assessment.

a. Consider impact of ECM on threat equipment
capabilities.

b. Consider impact of ECM on friendly communications.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-8


c. Consider personnel and equipment requirements.

6. Recommend modifications to ECM plan as necessary.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.2.5 SELECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) INTERCEPT SITE

CONDITION(S): Given a tactical map, intercept tasking, threat
data, friendly forces location, a compass, and transportation
means.

STANDARD: Select SIGINT/EW intercept site by plotting threat
and friendly locations on the map and evaluating the area for
possible primary and secondary site locations, ensuring the
site's technical and operational suitability in the tactical
area of operations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify threat forces location.

2. Identify friendly forces location.

3. Plot locations on map.

4. Evaluate the area for possible primary and secondary site
locations.

5. Visit and evaluate the site for technical and operational
suitability, considering:

a. Other electronic emissions.

b. Elevation.

c. Avenues of exit/approach.

d. Concealment.

e. Fortification.

f. Supply routes.

g. Proximity of landing zone (LZ).


h. Proximity to friendly supporting forces.

i. Drainage.

j. Terrain features.

6. Compile information and select site.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Soldier Training Publication (STP) 34-05D23-SM-TG
(classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-9


DUTY AREA 3 - TRAFFIC ANALYSIS PROCEDURES


TASK: 2629.3.1 ASSEMBLE TECHNICAL INFORMATION ON A TARGET

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, direction finding
(DF) results, Technical Extracts (TEXTA), log sheets, known
Orders of Battle (OB), tactical and strategic maps, and the
references.

STANDARD: Assemble technical information on a target to
develop a current, usable database on the target to include
technical information such as equipment, schedules,
frequencies, callsigns, procedures, transmission modes,
locational data, and Electronic Order of Battle (EOB) data.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review TEXTA and known OB's to compile existing information
on target.

a. Intercepted traffic.

b. Electronic Intelligence (ELINT).

c. Human Intelligence (HUMINT).


d. Photo Intelligence (PHOTINT).

e. Terrain analysis.

f. Other intelligence sources.

2. Analyze traffic to identify additional technical
information.

3. Update databases with pertinent technical information:

a. Equipment.

b. Schedules.

c. Frequencies.

d. Callsigns.

e. Procedures.

f. Transmission modes.

g. Locational data.

h. EOB data.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 404 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.2 PREPARE AN INTERCEPTED TARGET'S TRAFFIC FOR
COMPUTER PROCESSING

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, computer,
technical guidance, and the reference.

STANDARD: Prepare an intercepted target's traffic for computer
processing by keying the data into the computer in accordance
with the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine format for transcript appropriate to
computer.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-10


2. Type transcript in accordance with format per USSID 369.

3. Check for accuracy.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 369 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.3 CATEGORIZE MESSAGES THROUGH ANALYSIS OF MESSAGE
EXTERNALS

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, tactical
situation, threat database, Technical Extracts (TEXTA), and the
references.

STANDARD: Categorize messages according to significance per
the references and the tactical situation.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw traffic.

2. Isolate internals (actual message traffic) and externals
(callsigns, traffic, preambles, postambles).

3. Compare external items to TEXTA and threat database to
identify traffic source.

4. Determine significance/precedence of the message per USSID
300 series.

5. Categorize messages by their significance to the tactical
situation.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 series (classified title)



2. USSID 404 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.4 CONSTRUCT A NET DIAGRAM THROUGH ANALYSIS OF
INTERCEPTED TRAFFIC

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, completed log
sheets, and templates.

STANDARD: Construct a net diagram to reflect control/outstation
relationships for all stations, callsigns for each station,
transmit/receive frequencies, and schedules.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw traffic to:

a. Log up and down times (schedule) of each target entity
(transmit and receive).

b. Graphically indicate relative position of entity in
overall net structure.

c. Indicate transmit and/or receive frequencies employed
by target entity.

d. Graphically indicate associated links.

e. Display all used callsigns/call words within graphic
representation.

2. Identify and graphically display lateral workings.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-11


3. Determine echelon via traffic flow of net diagram
(control/outstation).

4. Construct hierarchical net diagram.


REFERENCE(S):


1. FM 34-1, Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.5 MAINTAIN A NET DIAGRAM

CONDITION(S): Given a completed net diagram, processed
traffic, completed log sheets, and working aids.

STANDARD: Maintain net diagram to reflect control/outstation
relationships for all stations, callsigns for each station, all
transmit/receive frequencies, message serial number allocation
for each station, schedules, and hierarchy and functions for
each individual target entity.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze net diagram and new traffic.

2. Update net diagrams based on results of comparisons between
new traffic and previous net diagrams.

a. Log up and down times (schedule) of each target entity
(transmit and receive).

b. Graphically indicate relative position of entity in
overall net structure.

c. Indicate transmit and/or receive frequencies employed
by target entity.

d. Graphically indicate associated links.

e. Display all used callsigns/call words within graphic
representation.

f. Identify and graphically display lateral workings.

g. Determine echelon via traffic flow of net diagram
(control/outstation).

h. Define functions for each individual target entity.

3. Provide analyst with new net diagram containing updated
information.


REFERENCE(S):


1. FM 34-1, Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.6 CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL, TARGET, OR GREENWICH
MEAN TIME (G.M.T.)

CONDITION(S): Given a time (G.M.T., local, or target) with the
associated letter designator and the time zone letter
designator to which the time must be converted.

STANDARD: Convert local/target times to G.M.T. and convert
G.M.T. time to local/target time maintaining an accuracy to the
minute.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Given a local/target time and time zone letter, determine
the difference between local/target time and G.M.T.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-12


2. Add or subtract the number of hours different from
local/target time to determine G.M.T.

3. Add or subtract the number of hours different from G.M.T.
to determine local/target time.


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 121, Communications Instructions - General

2. FM 24-17, Tactical Communications Center


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.7 DETERMINE RADIO NETWORK PERSONALITIES


CONDITION(S): Given raw intercepted traffic containing
personality identifications, and enemy Order of Battle (OB)
files.

STANDARD: Determine radio network personalities by analyzing
traffic for idiosyncrasies and correlating idiosyncrasies with
OB files.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze traffic for idiosyncrasies.

a. Take note of operator comments.

b. Accents.

c. Names.

d. References.

2. Correlate idiosyncrasies with OB to determine radio network
personalities.


REFERENCE(S): (NONE)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.8 ESTABLISH NET AND STATION CONTINUITY ON AN
ASSIGNED TARGET ENTITY

CONDITION(S): Given assigned and established target
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (CEOI)
information, intercepted raw traffic, established threat
database, completed log sheets, direction finding (DF) results,
case history files, Technical Extracts (TEXTA), and the
reference.

STANDARD: Reflect net and station continuity on the target by
updating threat databases and TEXTA to include frequencies,
callsigns, schedules, and DF correlations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze intercepted raw traffic to:

a. Validate frequencies.

b. Identify callsigns.


c. Identify time schedule.

d. Verify DF correlations.

2. Compare traffic with previous data to validate target
identification.

3. Compare network personalities with TEXTA to ensure proper
target identification.



Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-13


4. Identify irregularities in target identification.

a. Frequencies.

b. Callsigns.

c. Schedule.

d. DF correlations.

5. Reconcile irregularities against case history files.

6. Update threat database and TEXTA per USSID 404.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 404 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.9 IDENTIFY NET FUNCTION AND ASSOCIATED USERS

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, Technical
Extracts (TEXTA), threat database, net diagram, log sheets, and
direction finding (DF) results.

STANDARD: Prepare a net diagram containing hierarchy and
functions for each individual target entity through analysis of
raw traffic to determine number of activities/target entities.


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw traffic to determine net activity.

a. Extract references to activity (logistics, posturing,
fortification).

b. Collate information to identify:

(1) Number of events/activities.

(2) Number of target entities associated with one
activity.

2. Compare net diagrams to collated information by activity.

3. Compare threat databases to collated information by
activity.

4. Develop new net diagrams based on results of comparisons
between collated information, threat databases, and
previous net diagrams.

a. Define hierarchy for each individual target entity.

b. Define functions for each individual target entity.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

2. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-14


TASK: 2629.3.10 IDENTIFY TYPE FREQUENCY AND CALLSIGN WORKING
USED BY ASSIGNED TARGET


CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, case history


files, completed log sheets, Technical Extracts (TEXTA), and
the reference.

STANDARD: Identify type frequency and callsign working and
confirm frequencies and callsigns by intercept position.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review intercepted raw traffic to determine frequencies.

a. Indicate time frequency was used.

b. Indicate date frequency was used.

2. Review case history files and TEXTA to isolate pattern of
callsigns and frequency rota.

a. Define frequency usage pattern.

b. Define callsign usage pattern.

c. Define time of intercept.

3. Establish continuity on assigned target.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 404 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.11 MAINTAIN A TARGET SITUATION MAP


CONDITION(S): Given a target situation map, Technical Extracts
(TEXTA), threat database, completed log sheets, direction
finding (DF) results, working aids, and case history files.

STANDARD: Maintain a target situation map by posting all
available coordinates of enemy locations on the map to within
100 meters.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze target map.

2. Confirm location of target entity using all data


provided.

3. Convert locations to grid coordinates if necessary.

4. Using map symbol templates, draw all known/suspected enemy
locations on map per FMFM 3-2.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-2, Military Symbols

2. FM 30-5, Combat Intelligence

3. FM 21-26, Map Reading and Land Navigation

4. FM 101-5-1, Operational Terms and Symbols


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-15


TASK: 2629.3.12 MAINTAIN A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
ORDER OF BATTLE FILE


CONDITION(S): Given completed log sheets, direction finding
(DF) results, SIGINT order of battle file, working aids, and
case history files.

STANDARD: Enter all technical data including target SIGINT
operations facilities, target/offensive weapon capabilities,
target of reporting, frequency and callsign usage, and schedule
into the target SIGINT order of battle file.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review SIGINT order of battle file.

2. Isolate known target SIGINT operations facilities.

3. Determine target capabilities:

a. Equipment.


b. Sensitivity.

c. Range.

4. Determine offensive weapon capabilities.

5. Determine target echelon of reporting.

6. Determine frequency and callsign usage.

7. Determine schedule.

8. Determine facilities area of operation.

9. Compile information and update SIGINT order of battle
file.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-1, Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.13 PERFORM FUSION ANALYSIS


CONDITION(S): Given an Electronic Parametric Listing (EPL),
Technical Extracts (TEXTA), established database on target,
intercepted raw traffic, available direction finding (DF)
results, Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) reports, Janes Manual,
and references.

STANDARD: Perform fusion analysis identifying user and type of
operational activity associated with target emitter.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze traffic.

a. Isolate specific activity indicators.

b. Correlate indicators with DF results and ELINT
reports.

2. Validate correlation against TEXTA, threat database, EPL,
and Janes Manual.

3. Determine user and function of operational activity
associated with target emitter.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 404 (classified title)


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-16


2. Janes Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.14 RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION


CONDITION(S): Given activity/situation containing CRITIC
information, intercepted raw traffic, technical guidance, and
references.

STANDARD: Recognize intercepted and/or collateral information
as meeting CRITIC reporting criteria and report CRITIC
information within established time requirements per
references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw traffic and situation.

2. Select USSID in 300 series applicable to target.

3. Determine whether activity/situation meets CRITIC criteria
per USSID 301.

4. Report situation as meeting CRITIC criteria to
supervisor.

5. Prepare CRITIC report per USSID 301 format.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 301 (classified title)

2. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Without a strategic reporting mission, this task is
performed via immediate threat recognition.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.15 PERFORM PROCEDURE AND CHATTER ANALYSIS


CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, completed log
sheets, Technical Extracts (TEXTA), recovered procedure matrix,
case history files, and USSID 404.

STANDARD: Perform procedure and chatter analysis by
determining transmission procedures, isolating procedure keys,
and recovering the authentication system.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw traffic.

a. Isolate and determine procedure keys.

b. Isolate peculiarities within the chatter.

2. Correlate procedure keys with information contained in
TEXTA and case history files.

3. Recover authentication system.

4. Enter correlations onto the recovered procedure matrix.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 404 (classified title)


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-17


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


________________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.16 PREPARE AND OPERATOR'S WORKING AID


CONDITION(S): Given target coverage plan by positions,
completed log sheets, direction finding (DF) results, advance
force operations target studies, Technical Extracts (TEXTA),
case history files, current tasking directives, and reference.

STANDARD: Prepare an operator's working aid containing
prosecution and DF requirements for each target, and case
notations including callsigns, frequencies, and operator
idiosyncrasies.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review given data.

2. Prioritize and list all case notations assigned to each
position.

3. Add callsigns and associated identifications to case
notation.

4. Add frequencies used by all callsigns within a specific
case notation.

5. Add operator idiosyncrasies to case notations.

6. Define prosecution requirements for each target from
current tasking directives.

7. Define DF requirement for each target.

8. Prioritize identified target communication links to meet
current tasking directives.

9. Compile per OH 7-12 and provide operator with
information.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.17 RECOVER A CALLSIGN SYSTEM


CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic and/or completed
log sheets, and working aids.

STANDARD: Recover a callsign system employed by identifying
callsigns used and their date and time of use and predict
callsigns to be used for the next three callsign periods.
Verify callsign system with new traffic.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review traffic for callsigns.

2. List callsigns used including time and date of use.

a. Look for repetition within the callsign usage.

b. Look for numerical or alphabetical serials.

c. Look for classes of callsigns.

3. Correlate a specific callsign with a specific station or
individual.

4. Follow that station's or individual' usage of callsign over
a period of time.

5. Look for callsign compromises in traffic or chatter.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-18


6. Compile information and identify callsign system.

7. Predict callsign usage on developed pattern.

8. Provide intercept positions with forecasted callsigns.

9. Verify callsign system with new traffic.

10. Adjust system as necessary.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________

TASK: 2629.3.18 UPDATE ELECTRONIC ORDER OF BATTLE (EOB)

CONDITION(S): Given an EOB for the area of interest, reported
intercept data, access to basic encyclopedia
numbers, area EOB documentation, technical guidance, and
SEDSCAF Manual.

STANDARD: Extract intercept data, compare to existing data,
and prepare corrected EOB to reflect new information.


PERFORMANCE STEPS:


1. Maintain intercepted Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) data
files per SEDSCAF Manual.

2. Extract pertinent information from intercept data:

a. Emitter.

b. Location.

3. Compare location to existing sites in EOB.

4. Compare emitter to known emitters.

5. Update information in EOB.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Standard Electronic Intelligence Data Systems Code and
Format (SEDSCAF) Manual

2. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.19 RECOVER A FREQUENCY SYSTEM

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic and/or completed
log sheets, and working aids.

STANDARD: Recover a frequency system employed and predict
future frequencies to be used by the target entities, verifying
the frequency system with new traffic.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review traffic for frequencies.

2. List frequencies used including time and date of use.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-19


a. Look for repetition within the frequency usage.

b. Look for numerical serials.

3. Correlate a specific frequency with a specific station or
individual.

4. Follow that station's or individual's usage of frequency
over a period of time.

5. Look for frequency compromises in traffic or chatter.

6. Compile information and identify frequency system.

7. Predict frequency usage on developed pattern.

8. Provide intercept positions with forecasted frequencies and
callsigns.

9. Verify frequency system with new traffic.

10. Adjust system as necessary.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.20 RECOVER A PROCEDURE MATRIX

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, completed log
sheets, a matrix form, external coordinates, and the
reference.

STANDARD: Recover a procedure matrix by determining internal
cell values, for systematic placement, and recovering procedure
keys and verifying them using additional intercept.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify and extract procedure keys from within traffic.

2. Analyze/correlate raw traffic to determine internal cell
values.

3. Correlate station responses to received procedure keys.

4. Place cell values in corresponding matrix blocks using
explanation given in USSID 404.

5. Continue to analyze new traffic to verify accuracy of
matrix.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 404 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.3.21 RECOVER A RADIO NET'S SCHEDULE

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic and/or completed
log sheets, and working aids.

STANDARD: Recover a radio net's schedule predicting up and
down times of communication and verifying the schedule with new
traffic.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-20


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review traffic for up and down times of communication.

2. Separate chatter from message traffic.

3. List times of message traffic looking for repetition of
times.

4. Correlate a specific time with a specific station or
individual.

5. Follow that station's or individual's usage of a schedule
over a period of time.

6. Look for schedule compromises in traffic or chatter.

7. Compile information and identify net schedule.

8. Predict up and down times of communication.

9. Verify schedule with new traffic.

10. Adjust schedule as necessary.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. USSID 101 (classified title)

3. USSID 404 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Steps do not have to be performed sequentially.


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 4 - REPORTING PROCEDURES


TASK: 2629.4.1 ASSIGN DELIVERY DISTRIBUTION INDICATOR (DDI)
TO AN OUTGOING MESSAGE

CONDITION(S): Given a prepared message and the references.

STANDARD: Determine addressee and assign DDI's.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review message to determine:

a. Country.

b. Service.

c. Activity.

2. Check USSID 300 and USSID 519 series for DDI's that apply
to those subjects.

3. Select appropriate DDI's.

4. Place DDI's in message header.

5. Send message to appropriate address per USSID 519.

Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-21



REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 series (classified title)

2. USSID 519 (classified title)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.4.2 ASSIGN OUTGOING MESSAGE PRECEDENCE

CONDITION(S): Given a prepared message, technical guidance,
and references.

STANDARD: Assign outgoing message precedence per the
references by reviewing the message for criticality and
perishability of its content.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine precedence of message by criticality and
perishability of its content.

2. Assign precedence per USSID 300 and USSID 369.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 (classified title)

2. USSID 369 (classified title)

3. NTP 3, Telecommunications User's Manual

4. ACP 121, Communications Instructions - General


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.4.3 ASSIGN TOPIC AND AREA GUIDES (TAG) TO SIGINT
RELATED PRODUCTS

CONDITION(S): Given a prepared message, USSID 300, USSID 315,
and technical guidance.

STANDARD: Assign TAG's to the message per USSID 315.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine TAG symbols from USSID 315.

2. Ensure all collateral information is identified.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 (classified title)

2. USSID 315 (classified title)

3. NTP 3, Telecommunications User's Manual

4. ACP 121, Communications Instructions - General


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-22


TASK: 2629.4.4 FUSE COMMUNICATIONS INTELLIGENCE (COMINT) AND
ELECTRONIC INTELLIGENCE (ELINT) DATA INTO A
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) PRODUCT REPORT

CONDITION(S): Given COMINT and ELINT analytical results,
Electronic Parametric Listing (EPL), ELINT Manual, and
additional references identified below.

STANDARD: Match the ELINT source data with the related COMINT
data and prepare the report per USSID 300.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review incoming COMINT and ELINT data.

2. Correlate COMINT/ELINT data with EPL.

3. Extract Essential Elements of Information (EEI).

4. Determine Topic and Area Guides (TAG) from USSID 315.

5. Determine distribution is correct per USSID 519.

6. Ascertain classification of data and overall classification
of report.

a. Ensure employment of appropriate caveats.

b. Ensure identification of collateral information.

7. Prepare a SIGINT product report per USSID 300.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 (classified title)

2. USSID 315 (classified title)

3. USSID 519 (classified title)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.4.5 PREPARE A RESOURCE STATUS REPORT (RSR)

CONDITION(S): Given a library of previously completed
resource status reports, Table of Equipment (T/E) containing
equipment serial numbers and current status, Equipment Repair
Orders (ERO), and the reference.

STANDARD: Prepare an RSR per the reference provided below.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review T/E and ERO's to determine equipment and status.

2. Compile information into RSR format per USSID 110.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 110 (classified title)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.4.6 PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) TACTICAL
REPORT

CONDITION(S): Given analytical results and the references.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-23


STANDARD: Prepare a SIGINT tactical report with content and
format per USSID 369.


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify intelligence requirement for reporting.

2. Identify appropriate distribution per USSID 305.

3. Select type of report based on USSID 369.

4. Collate analytical results by subject matter.

a. Changes in tactical situation.

b. Indications and warnings.

5. Issue tactical report per USSID 369.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 305 (classified title)

2. USSID 369 (classified title)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________



TASK: 2629.4.7 PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
WRAP-UP REPORT

CONDITION(S): Given previously logged mission data and local
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) format information.

STANDARD: Prepare an ECM wrap-up report to include all targets
jammed, frequencies, and jamming time, duration, and
effectiveness, ensuring the data entered is consistent with
local SOP format.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Collect mission data.

2. Consolidate information into ECM report to include:

a. All targets jammed.

b. Frequencies.

c. Time and duration of jamming.

d. Effectiveness of jamming.

3. Format report per local SOP.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 10-2 (classified title)

2. NWP 33 (classified title)

3. ATP-1, Volume 1, Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and
Procedures

4. FM 32-16 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-24


TASK: 2629.4.8 PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) PRODUCT
REPORT

CONDITION(S): Given analytical results, processed traffic,
Essential Elements of Information (EEI), technical guidance, and
USSID 519.

STANDARD: Prepare a SIGINT product report to include target
entity, activity, time, location, and operational procedures.
Submit report per USSID 519.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze processed traffic and analytical results to
determine type of report per EEI's.

2. Summarize information and put in readable English in proper
message format per USSID 519, to include:

a. Target entity.

b. Type of activity.

c. Time.

d. Location.

e. Operational procedures.

3. Submit report via distribution list per USSID 519.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 519 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.4.9 PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
TECHNICAL REPORT

CONDITION(S): Given analytical results and the references.

STANDARD: Prepare a SIGINT technical report with content and
format per USSID 369.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify intelligence requirement for reporting.

2. Identify appropriate distribution per USSID 305.

3. Select type of report based on USSID 369.

4. Collate analytical results by subject matter:

a. Frequency and callsign usage.

b. Type of traffic.

c. Relationship of net to higher echelon.

5. Issue technical report per USSID 369.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 369 (classified title)

2. USSID 305 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-25


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.4.10 PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
PRODUCT REPORT

CONDITION(S): Given analytical results, processed traffic,
Essential Elements of Information (EEI), technical guidance,
and the reference.

STANDARD: Prepare a SIGINT product report to include target
entity, activity, time, location, and operational procedures.
Submit report as structured per USSID 519.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze processed traffic and analytical results to
determine type of report per EEI's.

2. Summarize information and put in readable English in
proper message format per USSID 519, to include:

a. Target entity.

b. Type of activity.

c. Time.

d. Location.

e. Operational procedures.

3. Submit report via distribution list per USSID 519.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 519 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.4.11 REPORT INTERCEPT INFORMATION VIA STANDARD
TECHNICAL REPORT USING MODULES (STRUM)

CONDITION(S): Given raw traffic, completed log sheets,
technical guidance, and the reference.

STANDARD: Report intercept information via STRUM per USSID 205
to include time up/time down, frequencies, message externals
and internals, analytic comments, and direction finding (DF)
results.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Sort traffic into case notation.

2. Report intercept information per USSID 205:

a. Time up and time down.

b. Frequencies.

c. Message externals (preambles).

d. Message internals (first ten/last five groups).

e. Analytic comments.

f. DF results.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 205 (classified title)


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-26


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 5 - SECURITY PROCEDURES


TASK: 2629.5.1 CLASSIFY MATERIAL ACCORDING TO CONTENT

CONDITION(S): Given locally generated material, classification
guide, technical guidance, and USSID 300 series.

STANDARD: Classify material by reviewing its contents and
classifying per the classification guide and USSID 300
series.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review materials to determine classification:

a. Top Secret.

b. Secret.

c. Confidential.

2. Classify materials as appropriate per USSID 300 series.

3. Classify individual paragraphs according to content.

4. Physically mark classified material to identify the
determined level of classification.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DoD C-5105.21M-1 w/Navy Supplement (classified title)

3. DoD C-5105.21M-2 (classified title)

4. DoD C-5105.21M-3 (classified title)

5. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task performed primarily in a supervisory
position.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.5.2 CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY (TRANSEC)
TRAINING

CONDITION(S): Given a lesson plan outline, a training
situation, threat assessments, Marine Corps training
regulations, technical documentation, and two radios.

STANDARD: Upon completion of the period of instruction the
students will be able to employ TRANSEC procedures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Familiarize radio operators with the radio net operation
concept.

a. Operating rules, callsign usage, and phonetic
alphabet.

b. Types of nets.


Appendix C to
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6-C-27


c. Types of callsigns.

d. Types of calls.

e. Operating procedures.

2. Familiarize radio operators with net establishment
concepts.

a. Tuning.

b. Net opening.

c. Net closing.

3. Familiarize radio operators with standard message
handling.

a. Message format.

b. Receipting.

4. Familiarize radio operators with TRANSEC precepts:

a. Short, concise authorized transmissions.

b. Basic radio transmission rules in accordance with FM
24-1.

c. Use of excessive transmitting power.

d. Excessive time consumption.

e. Speaking at speeds greater than receiving operator's
capability.

f. Reduction of operator distinguishing characteristics.

g. Random schedule operation.

h. Proper use of authentication aids.

i. Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI).

j. Proper disclosure of classified information in radio
transmission (BEADWINDOW).

5. Set up training situation with two radios.

6. Monitor circuit to observe use of radio communication
procedures.

7. Evaluate performance and provide remedial instruction as
necessary.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's handbook

2. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone Procedure;
with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

3. FM 24-1, Combat Communications (How to Fight)

4. FM 24-18, Field Radio Techniques

5. FM 24-33, Communications Techniques: Electronic
Counter-Countermeasures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Instructor may work with individual or multiple
students.


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-28


TASK: 2629.5.3 DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING MATERIAL/RESIDUAL

CONDITION(S): Given outdated classified working
material/residual, classified material destruction reports, a
method of destruction, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Destroy classified material/residual in such a
manner that no part is recoverable and document classified
material destruction in logs per OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive authorization for destruction of classified
materials:

2. Complete classified material destruction report including
the following information per OPNAVINST 5510.1:

a. Title.

b. Control number.

c. Originator.

d. Copy number.

3. Ensure information in classified material report is
accurate.

4. Verify destruction of materials before actual
destruction.

5. Destroy materials.

6. Provide Special Security Officer with report.

7. File copy of report.

8. Delete destroyed materials from publications inventory.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Actual destruction of documents may be simulated.

2. This task will be accomplished in the presence of a
witness.

_______________________________________________________________

TASK: 2629.5.4 MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR CLASSIFIED
MATERIALS

CONDITION(S): Given classified materials, a facility
authorized to store classified materials [fixed site or
Tactical Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
(T-SCIF)], log books, list of units requesting documents and
their clearance level, security regulations, classified
material control resources, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Maintain physical security for classified materials
in a fixed site or T-SCIF per OPNAVINST 5510.1 by ensuring
materials are inventoried, secured, and controlled.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive classified material observing TIP (two person
integrity).

2. Ensure security procedures for a fixed site are
maintained.

a. Enforce classified materials sign-in/sign-out
procedures.

(1) Assign control number to all documents.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-29


(2) Ensure classified materials are properly signed
out when checked out.

(3) Ensure classified materials are inventoried.

b. Enforce access procedures.

(1) Control access to classified materials.

(2) Control access to facilities.

(3) Ensure only authorized personnel have access to
materials.

c. Enforce classified materials storage procedures.

(1) Ensure classified materials are secured open
storage.

(2) Ensure classified materials are secured closed
storage.

d. Ensure tempest security is maintained.

3. Ensure security procedures for T-SCIF are maintained.

a. Inform adjudicator of mission requirements:

(1) Location.

(2) Classified materials to be taken.

(3) Duration of exercise.

(4) Means of communication.

b. Ensure T-SCIF is set up in accordance with pertinent
directives.

(1) Ensure physical security is enforced.

(2) Ensure information security is enforced.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)

5. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) 50-3


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.5.5 PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION PROCEDURES RELATED
TO CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, an Emergency Action
Plan (EAP), an emergency situation, emergency destruction
materials, and local Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

STANDARD: Perform emergency action procedures per the EAP,
local SOP, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine EAP requirements:

a. Volume, level, and sensitivity.

b. Proximity to hostile forces or countries and countries
with unstable governments.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-30


2. Determine priority of materials for salvage/destruction.

a. Volume and level.

b. Amount of usage.

c. Time constraints.

3. Destroy classified materials.

4. Ensure destruction reports are submitted to the Special
Security Officer (SSO).

5. Ensure salvaged materials are moved to secure location.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. CSP-1, Cryptographic Security Policy and Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. An emergency condition may be simulated for training
purposes.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.5.6 PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL FOR TRANSFER

CONDITION(S): Given classified material to be transferred,
packaging materials, classification stamps, classified material
transfer forms and the references.

STANDARD: Prepare classified material for transfer ensuring
receipts are prepared and material is packaged and marked for
adequate security protection per the references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Prepare classified materials for hand carried transfer.

a. Prepare wrap materials:

(1) Prepare inner wrapper including classification of
material, return address, and classification stamp.

(2) Prepare outer wrapper.

b. Prepare carrying materials:

(1) On base transfer of materials.

(2) Off base transfer of materials (ensure individual
has courier card or courier letter).

2. Prepare classified materials for mailing transfer per USSID
503.

a. Prepare non-Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)
material, SECRET or below, for transfer via registered
mail.

b. Prepare SCI material for transfer via Defense Courier
Service DEFCOS per DOD 5200.33R:

(1) Prepare inner wrapper including classification
of material, DEFCOS addresses, classification
stamp, and receipt card.

(2) Prepare outer wrapper including DEFCOS addresses.

3. Release materials to courier for delivery.

4. Complete classified materials transfer forms.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-31


5. Ensure materials have been received by return of receipt
card.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. USSID 503 (classified title)

3. DOD 5200.33R, Defense Courier Service Regulations

4. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/7

5. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/4

6. CMS-4, Communications Security Material System Manual

7. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

8. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.5.7 RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, classified material
receipt log book, DOD 5200.33R, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Receive classified material ensuring receipt card is
signed and mailed back to originator and the log book is
completed to include date, classification, subject,
originator, storage, and control number per guidance in DOD
5200.33R and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Sign receipt card.

2. Mail card back to originator.

3. Complete entry in log book to include:

a. Date.

b. Classification.

c. Subject.

d. Originator.

e. Storage location.

f. Control number.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOD 5200.33R, Defense Courier Service Regulations

2. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________



Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-32


DUTY AREA 6 - TACTICAL COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES


TASK: 2629.6.1 EMPLOY VOICE RADIO COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES
DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION

CONDITION(S): Given a radio set, a tactical field message
book, Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (CEOI),
and the references.

STANDARD: Employ correct voice radio communications
procedures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Use phonetic alphabet, numerals, operating signals, prosigns,
and prowords.

2. Limit transmission to as short as possible.

3. Identify station, single call only.

4. Do not provide unit identification information concerning
strength, location, and troop movement in the clear without
manual encryption and authentication.

5. Use secure communications when available.

6. Identify disclosure of information requiring greater
security than offered by the circuit in radio transmission
(BEADWINDOW).

7. Identify intruder station on net (Gingerbread).

8. Use proper authentication procedures
(challenge/counter-challenge).


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

2. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook

3. CSP-1, Cryptographic Security Policy and Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Steps do not have to be performed sequentially.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.6.2 EXCHANGE INFORMATION USING A CODE

CONDITION(S): Given a COMUS pad, a tactical operations code,
an alphanumeric code, information to be encrypted/decrypted,
and communications equipment.

STANDARD: Encrypt/decrypt information in a timely manner
without error and exchange via communications equipment.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Outline information that is to be passed.

2. Encrypt information using code.

a. COMUS pad.

b. Tactical operations code.

c. Alphanumeric code.

3. Establish communications.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-33


4. Transmit coded information via communications equipment.

5. Receive coded information from outstation.

6. Ensure receipt is accurate.

7. Sign off communications net.

8. Decrypt information.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 874
(classified title)

2. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 1662
(classified title)

3. Allied Cryptographic Operational Authenticator (AKAA) 2000
(classified title)

4. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 2000
(classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.6.3 IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION REQUIRING
GREATER SECURITY THAN OFFERED BY THE CIRCUIT
IN RADIO TRANSMISSIONS (BEADWINDOW)

CONDITION(S): Given a recording of the text of a radio
transmission which contains the disclosure of Essential
Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI).

STANDARD: Identify the seven Eefi's and document violation in
radio log book.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify EEFI.

2. State "BEADWINDOW" on the net upon disclosure of EEFI.

3. Ensure maximum effort is made to get the violating station
off the net or to cease disclosing EEFI.

4. Make log entry of violations in radio log book.

5. Determine possible damage to forces by disclosure and
report to superior.


REFERENCE(S):

1. NWP 4, Basic Operational Communications Doctrine

2. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2629.6.4 RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION

CONDITION(S): Given a Communication-Electronic Operating
Instruction (CEOI), blank Frequency Interference Report (FIR)
forms, FIR format, and a jamming signal.

STANDARD: Recognize the presence of jamming and respond with
communication counter-countermeasures. Submit a FIR to include
frequency, time, date, type of interference, and effect on
friendly communications.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Monitor signal.


Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-34


2. Recognize jamming.

3. Attempt to talk around jamming.

4. Change to alternate frequency for message traffic only and
return to primary frequency.

5. Cease communications for intermittent periods.

6. Prepare and submit a FIR per FIR format to include:

a. Frequencies.

b. Activities.

c. Net.

d. Time.

e. Date.

f. Type of interference.

g. Effect of interference on friendly communications.


REFERENCE(S):

1. ATP-1, Volume I, Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and
Procedures

2. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

3. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

4. FM 24-33, Communications Techniques: Electronic
Counter-Countermeasures

5. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook

6. MCO 3430.3, Meaconing, Interference, Jamming, and
Intrusion (MIJI)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________



Appendix C to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-C-35


MOS 2631, NON-MORSE/ELINT INTERCEPT OPERATOR


DUTY AREA 1 - EQUIPMENT OPERATION


TASK: 2631.1.1 ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT ANTENNAS

CONDITION(S): Given a tactical situation, mission, radio set,
antenna wire, antenna coax, insulators, halyards, wire cutters,
measuring device, operating frequency, formulas for cutting
antennas, a compass, and the reference.

STANDARD: Erect field expedient antennas by selecting the
antenna type, cutting the antenna wire to the proper length for
the operating frequency per TM 11-666, insulating the antenna,
configuring the antenna toward the target, and grounding the
antenna without compromising safety regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Select site based on tactical situation to support the
mission:

a. Consider proximity to the SCIF.

b. Consider transmission and reception capabilities.

c. Consider cover and concealment.

d. Consider terrain characteristics.

e. Consider proximity of other electromagnetic interference
(EMI).

f. Consider obstructions.

g. Consider distance to target.

h. Consider elevation.

i. Consider location of friendly forces.

2. Determine how to erect antennas based on tactical
situation.

a. Consider threat activity.

b. Consider physical safety.

c. Consider electrical safety.

3. Determine type of antenna needed.

a. Frequency spectrum.

b. Polarization.

c. Directivity.

d. Wavelength.

4. Cut antenna wire to desired length.

5. Insulate antenna.

6. Attach antenna coax to antenna.

7. Erect/anchor antenna.

8. Configure antenna toward target.

9. Attach antenna to radio set.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-1


10. Ground antenna/radio.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-666, Antennas and Radio Propagation

2. FM 11-64 (classified title)

3. FM 24-18, Field Radio Techniques


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.1.2 ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA

CONDITION(S): Provided RC-292, designated site, and the
reference.

STANDARD: erect RC-292 in accordance with the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Select your site. Ensure the area is clear of obstructions
such as power lines. If there are power lines near the
site the antenna must not be any closer than twice the
height of the antenna.

2. Place the Base Plate, with the cleats up, where the antenna
is to be erected.

3. Drive the Swivel Stake through the center hole of the Base
Plate with the Mallet.

4. Drive three Guy Stakes at a 45 degree angle into the earth
facing away from the mast at a distance of 15 feet from
the center of the cleats on the Base Plate. The three
stakes must be 120 degrees apart. The distance of 15 feet
is equal to the length of six mast sections fitted
together.

5. Tie the flexible end of each of the three guy straps around
the three ground stakes. Use a "cowhitch" so that tension
on the metal ring will hold the guy straps securely.

6. Assemble five additional mast sections (AB-35) and join
them with the six already assembled, inserting one guy
plate between the sixth and seventh sections of the mast
assembly.

7. Place the second guy plate over the end of the eleventh
section of the mast assembly, and add the final mast
section.

8. Rotate the mast assembly about the swivel stake until its
free and is midway between two of the guy stakes.

9. Assemble the vertical element (check frequency for the
number of elements required).

10. Assemble the ground plane elements (check frequency for
the number of elements required).

11. Insert the vertical and ground plane elements into the
sockets of the antenna base MP-68 with the vertical
elements going into the socket at the top of the antenna
base.

12. Place the antenna base over the top mast section of the
previously assembled mast and tighten the vise. Position
the MP-68 so that two of the ground place elements rest on
the ground.

13. Connect the coaxial cable to the antenna base. Run the
rest of the cable along the mast sections. Just below the
connector on the MP-68 make a Drip Loop and tape the
coaxial cable just below the loop and approximately every
five feet thereafter until approximately four feet from
the ground. This relieves tension on the cable and the
MP-68.

14. Turn the guy plates so that one hole of each is
uppermost.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-2


15. Attach two guy ropes securely to the side holes of the
lower guy plate. Pass these guy ropes through their
respective side guy strap rings and then through the holes
in the appropriate base plate cleats. Form a slip knot in
each guy rope and pull the free ends through the loops of
the slip knots.

16. Snap the third guy rope in the third hole of the lower guy
plate and lay the guy rope along the mast toward the third
guy stake.

17. Attach the three guy ropes to the upper guy plate in the
same manner.

18. To raise the mast, two men coordinate movements as
follows:

a. One man stands near the swivel base and in line with
the third guy stake. The second man stands at the top
of the mast. The first man bows the top of the mast by
pulling the free guy lines taut. At the same time,
the second man, having raised the tip end of the mast
to shoulder height, walks toward the base plate,
pushing the mast upwards, while the first man walks
backwards towards the third guy stake pulling the mast
slowly and firmly erect.

19. When the mast is in the vertical position, adjust and
tighten all the guy ropes.


REFERENCE(S):

1. tm 11-5820-348-15


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. (NONE)


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TASK: 2631.1.3 OPERATE COUNTERMEASURES SET

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, an operation order, a fully
equipped AN/ULQ-19 counter-measures set, frequency to be
jammed, monitor receiver, power supply, local Standard
Operating Procedure (SOP), and TM 11-5865-256-13.

STANDARD: Operate the countermeasures set per TM
11-5865-256-13 without compromising safety regulations.
Perform communications jamming so that the jammed communication
link is forced to employ communication
counter-countermeasures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up equipment according to TM 11-5865-256-15.

a. Attach power supply to countermeasures set and ensure
proper grounding.

b. Attach required antennas.

c. Initiate start up procedures.

d. Perform operational check of equipment.

3. Review operation order to determine what type of
jamming to use:

a. Sweep.

b. Spot.

4. Identify available frequencies based on target technical
data and local SOP:

a. Safety frequencies.

b. Taboo frequencies.

c. Protected.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-3


d. Alternate frequencies.

5. Identify target callsigns.

6. Determine length of time and best times for jamming based
on target technical data.

7. Prioritize monitoring and jamming.

8. Operate countermeasures set to locate frequency.

9. Operate countermeasures set to begin jamming.

10. Monitor target frequencies to evaluate success of
jamming:

a. Target emissions.

b. Voice compromise.

c. Frequency changes.

11. If frequency changes, conduct frequency scan with
countermeasures set.

12. Locate target and continue jamming.

13. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on the
countermeasures set per TM-11-5865-256-13.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5865-256-13, Technical Manual, Countermeasures Set,
AN/ULQ-19(V)2

2. Local Standard Operating Procedure


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.


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TASK: 2631.1.4 OPERATE DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SET

CONDITION(S): Given a fully equipped DF set, an operation
order, a standard power source, a live communication signal, a
compass, log book, target technical data, operator's manual,
and USSID 110.

STANDARD: Acquire and identify the desired signal, and obtain
a minimum of three lines-of bearing (LOB) to the target signal
within equipment tolerances.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up DF set per the operator's manual.

3. Erect antenna and orient station to true north.

4. Attach power supply to DF set.

5. Power up equipment.

6. Enter pertinent information as required:

a. Position.

b. Deviation in antenna.

c. Grid location.

d. Other team locations.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-4


7. Receive mission from DF net control.

8. Operate DF set to search for targets as required by the
operation order.

9. Operate DF set to obtain LOB's on target.

10. Maintain radio communications:

a. DF tipoffs.

b. DF flash.

c. Continue monitoring.

11. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on the DF set
per the operator's manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 08709A-10/1-2, Operator Manual, DF Set AN/PRD-10

2. TM 11-5825-278-12-2, Radio Receiver Direction Finder Set
(AN/PRD-11)

3. USSID 110 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. A transmitter must be in a known location to evaluate the
accuracy of the DF performance.

2. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.

3. This task may be performed with either the AN/PRD-10 or the
AN/PRD-11 DF set.

4. This task may be modified for appropriate DF positions for
Marines serving with Naval Security Group Activities.


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TASK: 2631.1.5 OPERATE INTERCEPT RADIO RECEIVER

CONDITION(S): Given an AN/GRR-8 intercept radio receiver,
antennas, a standard power source, component equipments, target
technical data, and the reference

STANDARD: Operate the intercept radio receiver by setting up
the equipment per TM 87699B-14/1, acquire and identify the
target signal, and tune in the signal for best reception.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up receiver per TM 87699B-14/1.

3. Attach power source.

4. Erect and orient antennas.

5. Turn on receiver.

6. Perform operation check on headsets.

7. Adjust tuning on receiver.

8. Operate intercept radio receiver to receive signal.

9. Identify desired signal:

a. Callsign.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-5


b. Frequency.

10. Extract tactical information:

a. Location.

b. Fire mission

c. Coordinates.

11. Record information in log book.

12. Submit information to analysts.

13. Break down equipment.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 87699B-14/1, Installation, Operation, and Maintenance
Instruction, Radio Receiver AN/GRR-8(V).


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.

2. Prerecorded signals may be utilized.


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TASK: 2631.1.6 OPERATE LIGHT SIGNAL MONITOR FACILITY

CONDITION(S): Given a mission statement, a fully equipped
AN/TSQ-88A light signal monitor facility, a signal source, and
the reference.

STANDARD: Operate the AN/TSQ-88A light signal monitor facility
to acquire a non-Morse target signal per the mission and make a
hardcopy or magnetic recording of this signal.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Set up equipment and connect power source:

a. Erect antennas and orient towards target area.

b. Ensure power levels are correct and facility is
grounded.

c. Turn on main power breaker and power output.

d. Turn on individual rack circuit breakers.

e. Ensure Environmental Conditioning Unit (ECU) is
connected to power source.

2. Power up audio signal.

3. Power up individual equipment on the racks:

a. Receivers.

b. Control panel.

c. De-Modulators.

d. Recorders.

e. Teletypes.

f. Nikel II.

g. Time code generators.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-6


4. Receive target signal from supervisor.

5. Acquire and tune in target signal:

a. Calibrate equipment.

b. Search assigned frequencies.

c. Center tune target signal in receiver.

d. Initialize analog recorder.

e. Determine signal type using oscilloscope visicorder.

f. Break out signal using Nickel II.

g. Determine Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM) signal,
if necessary.

h. Produce hardcopy/magnetic recording.

6. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance in accordance
with appropriate technical manuals.

7. Prepare equipment for transport or storage.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 04954B-10/1, Light Signal Monitor Facility
AN/TSQ-88A


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.

2. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


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TASK: 2631.1.7 OPERATE RADIO SET WITH COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given a manpacked, vehicle-mounted, or
shelter-installed radio set, COMSEC equipment, crypto loading
device, crypto variables, standard power source, a
communications link, Communication-Electronic Operating
Instruction (CEOI), and operator's manual.

STANDARD: Operate the radio set with COMSEC equipment by
setting up the equipment per operator's manual, erect the
antenna and attach to the radio set, properly keying COMSEC
equipment, selecting frequencies and callsigns, initiating a
secure transmission, passing traffic, effecting signing-off,
and properly zeroing equipment.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up the radio in accordance with the operator's
manual.

3. Ensure COMSEC equipment is compatible with radio in use.

4. Erect antenna and connect the radio set.

5. Attach power source.

6. Activate power to equipment.

7. Set loading device according to key settings specified in
keylist.

8. Insert key into COMSEC equipment.

9. Turn radio power on and switch COMSEC device to CIPHER.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-7


10. Tune radio to the correct frequency and select callsigns
according to the CEOI.

11. Press PUSH-TO-TALK switch and wait for three short rapid
beeps and one lower-pitched beep.

12. Verify correct key has been loaded.

13. Initiate a secure transmission.

14. Transmit and receive and sign-off the air using proper
radio procedures per FMFM 3-3 and ACP 125.

15. Zeroize COMSEC equipment.

16. Dismantle equipment for transport and storage.

17. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-667-12, Radio Set AN/PRC-77

2. TM 11-5820-401-10-1, Radio Set AN/VRC-12

3. TM 11-5895-1182-20, Radio Set AN/PSC-3
4. TM 08487A-12 & P/1, Digital Communications Terminal
(AN/PSC-2)

5. TM 11-5820-401-12, Radio Set AN/VRC-46

6. TM 11-5810-372-12, Technical Manual, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-8/28/38

7. KAO-153A/TSEC Operating Instruction

8. KAO-154, Operating Instruction, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-65

9. TSEC/KYK-38 Nestor Keying Device

10. TSEC/KYK-13 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

11. TSEC/KYK-15 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

12. KOI-18 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

13. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with US Supplements 1 and 2

14. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task may be performed with any of the above listed
radio sets and COMSEC equipment.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.1.8 OPERATE RECORDER-REPRODUCER

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, a recorder-reproducer, an
intercept radio receiver, standard power source, magnetic
recording tape, a communications signal, and the references.

STANDARD: Operate the recorder-reproducer by setting up the
equipment per TM 11-5835-203-15, loading recording tape,
entering required voice announcements on the tape per USSID
110, tuning the radio receive to the communications signal,
setting recorder line input controls per TM 11-5835-203-15,
monitoring the signal while recording to ensure proper
reception, and upon completion of the recording, rewinding the
tape and removing it from the recorder.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-8


2. Set up recorder-reproducer per TM 11-5835-203-15.

3. Load magnetic recording tape into recorder-reproducer.

4. Enter required voice announcements on the tape per the
mission and USSID 110.

5. Tune the radio receiver to the communications signal.

6. Monitor and adjust the recorder line input controls to
control the record level.

7. Stop the recorder-reproducer.

8. Make the proper voice announcements per the mission and
USSID 110.

9. Remove tape.

10. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on the
recorder-reproducer per TM 11-5835-203-15.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5835-203-15, Operation and Maintenance,
Recorder-Reproducer AN/PNH-7

2. USSID 110 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.1.9 PREPARE COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL DEVICES FOR
OPERATION


CONDITION(S): Given a computer, computer software, peripheral
devices, standard power source, and Disk Operating System (DOS)
User's Manual.

STANDARD: Prepare computer and peripheral devices for
operation by connecting the peripheral devices to the computer,
powering up the computer, and loading the operating system and
software per the operator's manual.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety/tempest regulations at all times.

2. Connect peripheral devices to computer.

3. Connect power source to computer.

4. Load software.

5. Perform operation check of system and peripherals.

6. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on computer
and peripherals per user's manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOS User's Manual

2. Grid OS User's Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-9


TASK: 2631.1.10 PREPARE RADIO CONTROL GROUP FOR REMOTE
OPERATION


CONDITION(S): Given a mission, a fully operational AN/VRC-12
series radio, remote device, standard power source, field wire,
and operator's manual.

STANDARD: Prepare radio control group for remote operation by
setting up antenna and radio transmission device, connecting
the remote device to the AN/VRC series radio, and initiating
communications per the operator's manual.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Assist in identifying site for remote setup:

a. Consider transmission and reception capabilities.

b. Consider cover and concealment.

c. Consider terrain characteristics.

d. Consider proximity to other sources of electromagnetic
interference (EMI).

2. Set up antenna and equipment at predetermined site.

a. Cut wire and run wire from antenna to radio
transmission device.

b. Set up receiver-transmitter (RT) for operation.

c. Attach antenna to radio, if required.

d. Cut and run wire to remote device.

e. Attach communications security (COMSEC) equipment to
remote device, if required.

f. Connect handset to remote device.

g. Connect power source to remote device.

3. Power up equipment, adhering to safety regulations.

4. Initiate a call-up.

5. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manuals.

6. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-477-12, Radio Set Control Group AN/GRA-39B


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.1.11 OPERATE THE TACTICAL ELECTRONIC
RECONNAISSANCE PROCESSING AND EVALUATION
SYSTEM (TERPES)

CONDITION(S): Given a mission statement, a fully equipped
AN/TSQ-90 (TERPES), and a signal source.


STANDARD: Operate the AN/TSQ-90 (TERPES) to acquire a target
signal location per the mission and make a hard copy or
overlay.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Set up equipment and connect power source.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-10


a. Ensure power levels are correct and facility is
properly grounded.

b. Power up and down the system.

2. Operate TERPES.

a. Boot up the computer system.

b. Perform equipment tests/check status of equipment.

3. Perform mission planning.

a. Graph coastlines.

b. Identify threat intensity.

c. Determine detection density.

d. Provide graphic/overlay showing safe range from
target.

4. Provide intelligence support.

a. Provide Electronic Order of Battle (EOB) data.

b. Provide appropriate ELINT overlays.

c. Disseminate mission flight plan.

5. Perform ELINT processing.

a. Correlate emitter to site.

b. Identify functions of emitters.

c. Display ECM/ESM conditions.

d. Identify radar threat ranges.

6. Perform mission processing.

a. Process flash data.

b. Process cluster reports.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 40 (classified title)

2. USSID 140 (classified title)

3. USSID 340 (classified title)

4. TERPES System Operator's Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-11


DUTY AREA 2 - INTERCEPT PROCEDURES


TASK: 2631.2.1 CHECK INTERCEPT COPY FOR ACCURACY AND
COMPLETENESS


CONDITION(S): Given a formatted copy of intercepted traffic
and references.

STANDARD: Ensure the intercept copy is correctly formatted and
serviced per USSID 101 and USSID 110.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Check formatting of intercept copy for accuracy:

a. Frequencies.

b. Callsigns.

c. Line-of-bearing (LOB).

d. Time of intercept.

e. Actual message.

2. Check servicing of intercept copy for accuracy:

a. Identification of traffic.

b. User.

c. Activity.

d. Mode of transmission.

3. Reread intercepted traffic looking for callsigns, Essential
Elements of Information (EEI), and awkward or nonsensical
phases.

4. Make any necessary correction to copy.

REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)

2. USSID 110 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.2 CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL, TARGET, OR GREENWICH
MEAN TIME (G.M.T.)


CONDITION(S): Given a time (G.M.T., local, or target) with the
associated letter designator and the time zone letter
designator to which the time must be converted.

STANDARD: Convert local/target times to G.M.T. and convert
G.M.T. time to local/target time maintaining an accuracy to the
minute.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Given a local/target time and time zone letter, determine
the difference between local/target time and G.M.T.

2. Add or subtract the number of hours different from
local/target time to determine G.M.T.

3. Add or subtract the number of hours different from G.M.T.
to determine local/target time.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-12


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 121, Communications Instructions - General

2. FM 24-17, Tactical Communications Center


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.3 COPY PILOT MORSE

CONDITION(S): Given a mission statement, fully operational
intercept facility, pencil, paper, a pilot Morse signal source,
and the reference.

STANDARD: Identify pilot Morse signal and copy all message
traffic per the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Monitor target frequencies as specified in the mission
statement.

2. Identify pilot Morse transmission.

3. Copy all message traffic as specified in mission statement
per USSID 101.

4. Be capable of copying 15 WPM with telegraphic typewriter
and 15 GPM with stick.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.

2. Use typewriter or microcomputer as alternatives to perform
task.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.4 IDENTIFY BASEBANDS

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept facility,
several unidentified non-Morse signals, extracts from the Radio
Signal Notations (RASIN) Catalog of Active Signals, and
extracts from the RASIN Manual.

STANDARD: Identify the designator and system nomenclature for
each baseband per the RASIN Manual appendix.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Obtain selected signal either via tape or live.

2. Obtain signal presentation in the O-scope.

3. Determine signal variables using intercept facility
equipment:

a. Keying speed.

b. Elements per cycle.

c. Bandwidth.

d. Element length.

e. Cycle length.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-13


f. Operations per minute.

g. Words per minute.

h. Telegraphic coding.

4. Determine signal type referencing RASIN manual appendix:

a. Callsign.

b. Frequency.

c. Time/duration of signal.

d. Line-of-bearing (LOB).

5. Review RASIN documentation to:

a. Match signal characteristics.

b. Classify signal.


REFERENCE(S):

1. RASIN Manual

2. RASIN Catalog of Active Signals


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.5 IDENTIFY MULTICHANNEL SIGNALS

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept facility,
unidentified multichannel signals, and extracts from the Radio
Signal Notations (RASIN) Catalog and the RASIN Manual.

STANDARD: Identify the designator for each multitone to
include tone channel and band characteristics per the RASIN
Catalog and the RASIN Manual appendix.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Obtain selected signal either via tape or live.

2. Identify characteristics of signal:

a. Tone channel spacing.

b. Tone channel excursion.

c. Bandwidth.

d. Number of channels.

e. Independent side band.

f. Single side band.

g. Double side band.


REFERENCE(S):

1. RASIN Manual


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-14


2. RASIN Catalog of Active Signals


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.6 IDENTIFY TARGET THROUGH CALLSIGNS AND
OPERATION TECHNIQUES/PROCEDURES

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
target technical data, and a target signal source.

STANDARD: Identify targets by callsigns and operating
techniques/procedures including call-up and identification of
peculiar operating procedures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify target by callsign.

a. Record the callsigns from the target signal source.

b. Look up the callsigns in the target technical data to
determine callsign identity.

c. If not identified in the target technical data,
identify callsign type.

d. Look up callsign type in target technical data to
determine nature of target.

2. Identify target by call-up.

a. Copy transmission.

b. Identify pattern of call-up used by target signal
source.

c. Identify type of call-up used by assigned target
through:

(1) Target station traffic.

(2) Location of transmission.

(3) Number of station callsigns identified during
transmission.

d. Identify target using target technical data.

3. Identify target through identifying use of peculiar
operating procedures such as use of dialect or military
terminology.


REFERENCE(S): (NONE)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.7 IDENTIFY TYPE OF NON-MORSE SIGNAL

CONDITION(S): Given an operations order, fully operational
intercept facility, a signal source, working aids, Radio Signal
Notations (RASIN) Catalog, and RASIN Manual.

STANDARD: Identify type of non-Morse signal per the RASIN
Catalog and the RASIN Manual.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Monitor frequency identified by collection plan.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-15


2. Identify target signal.

3. Break out signal.

4. Identify signal type using the RASIN Manual and the RASIN
Catalog.


REFERENCE(S):

1. RASIN Manual

2. RASIN Catalog of Active Signals


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.8 INTERPRET PROCEDURE CHART

CONDITION(S): Given a completed procedure chart and intercept
copy containing dinomes.

STANDARD: Interpret a procedure chart by identifying the
dinomes in the intercepted copy and reading cell values on the
procedure chart.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify dinomes in intercepted copy.

2. Using dinomes interpret procedure chart.

a. Locate correct cell on vertical axis.

b. Locate correct cell on horizontal axis.

c. Locate the value at the intersecting axes.


REFERENCE(S): (NONE)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.9 MAINTAIN TARGET CONTINUITY THROUGH
SIGNAL/FREQUENCY MONITORING

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept facility, a
signal containing signal mode and frequency changes, working
aids, and the reference.

STANDARD: Maintain target continuity by aurally and visually
recognizing the signal mode and frequency changes and adjusting
the collection procedures per the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review working aids for scheduled mode and frequency
changes for the target.

2. Monitor signal.

3. Adjust frequency according to schedule.

4. Listen for unscheduled mode or frequency changes.

5. Notate changes as they occur.

6. If signal is lost and there is no scheduled change, begin
frequency search until signal is regained.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-16


7. Adjust collection procedures per USSID 250.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 250 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Maintaining target continuity is ongoing. Steps are
performed concurrently.

2. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.10 PERFORM FREQUENCY SEARCH MISSION

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
target signal sources, target technical data, and the
reference.

STANDARD: Perform a frequency search mission per given data and
USSID 110 identifying the frequency the target is using.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review target technical data to determine frequency
spectrum target is most likely to use.

2. Set frequency parameters on radio set of intercept
position.

3. Begin automatic scan on radio set or conduct manual scan of
frequencies.

a. Concentrate on frequencies of known target usage.

b. Start with lowest frequency.

4. Continue frequency scan until target is located.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 110 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.



_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.11 PREPARE TAPE RECORDING DATA LOG FOR
COMMUNICATION INTERCEPT

CONDITION(S): Given a mission statement, blank tape recording
data log, completed link-end intercept diaries for control and
outstation, and references.

STANDARD: Prepare tape recording data log to include Signals
Intelligence (SIGINT) designator, producers digraph, record
speed, power requirements, time code, and track and output
requirements. Enter recorded data in the link-end intercept
diary.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Following making a tape recording of an incoming non-Morse
signal, complete data log to include:

a. SIGINT designator.

b. Producers digraph.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-17


c. Record speed.

d. Power requirements.

e. Time code.

f. Track and output requirements.

2. Enter data log information in link-end intercept diary.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 215 (classified title)

2. USSID 101 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.12 PRODUCE VISICORDER/SONOGRAPHIC MEDIA

CONDITION(S): Given a radioprinter supervisor's position with
a visicorder/sonograph, a signal source, and operator's
manuals.

STANDARD: Produce the visicorder/sonograph recording per the
equipment operator's manual.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Obtain signal.

2. Tune in signal on receiver.

3. Turn on visicorder/sonograph.

4. Select proper settings on visicorder/sonograph per
operator's manual to print out signal.

5. Obtain visicorder/sonograph product.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Technical Manual for the Model 1508B Visicorder
Oscillograph

2. TEMO-002-011C, Operation and Maintenance Manual, Audio
Spectrum Analyzer AN/GSH-23A(V) and 24A(V)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.13 RECORD DIRECTION FINDING (DF) RESULTS ON
INTERCEPT COPY

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
intercepted copy, results from DF, log book, and the
reference.

STANDARD: Record DF results on intercept copy, record
lines-of-bearing (LOB) in logbook per USSID 110, and report
LOB's to analysts.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive LOB's from DF site.

2. Translate DF results into appropriate format per USSID
110.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-18


3. Record LOB's in log book per USSID 110.

4. Report LOB's to analysts.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 110 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.14 SELECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) INTERCEPT SITE

CONDITION(S): Given a map, intercept tasking, threat data,
friendly forces location, a compass, and transportation
means.

STANDARD: Select SIGINT/EW intercept site by plotting the
threat and friendly locations on the map, evaluating the area
for possible primary and secondary site locations, and ensuring
the site's technical and operational suitability in the
tactical area of operations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify threat forces location.

2. Identify friendly forces location.

3. Plot locations on map.

4. Evaluate the area for possible primary and secondary site
locations.

5. Visit and evaluate the site for technical and operational
suitability, considering:

a. Other electronic emissions.

b. Elevation.

c. Avenues of exit/approach.

d. Concealment.

e. Fortification.

f. Supply routes.

g. Proximity of landing zone (LZ).

h. Proximity to friendly supporting forces.

i. Drainage.

j. Terrain features.

6. Compile information and select site.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Soldier Training Publication (STP) 34-05D23-SM-TG
(classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-19


TASK: 2631.2.15 SERVICE PAGE PRINT MEDIA

CONDITION(S): Given a mission statement, page print containing
intercept target traffic, link-end intercept diary,
classification and technical data stamps, technical guidance,
and references.

STANDARD: Service page print media by annotating and
classifying the page print per the information stamp format and
incorporating operator comments per USSID 101 and USSID 215.
Record information in link-end intercept diary.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Annotate page print:

a. Date-time group.

b. Signal type.

c. Classification.

d. Operator's initials.

2. Put time hack on print as specified by mission statement.

3. Incorporate operator comments on page print, to include:

a. Signal break up.

b. Change in signal.

c. Change in modulation.

d. Frequency/callsign compromises.

e. Operator inconsistencies/characteristics.

f. Notate items of interest.

4. Follow format in USSID 101 and USSID 215.

5. Make link-end intercept diary entries.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)

2. USSID 215 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.2.16 SERVICE VISICORDER/SONOGRAPH INTERCEPT

CONDITION(S): Given visicorder/sonograph media containing
recorded signals, classification stamps, target information,
media numbers, station information, and the references.

STANDARD: Service visicorder/sonograph intercept by annotating
and classifying the media per the information stamp format and
the references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze visicorder/sonograph media.

2. Annotate intercept per USSID 215 and USSID 101:

a. Analog time.

b. Frequency modulation (FM) detect.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-20


c. Raw data.

d. Channelized data.

e. Time code.

3. Indicate classification with classification stamps.

4. Indicate position.

5. Indicate date/time group.

6. Indicate operator sign.

7. Identify special interest signals.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)

2. USSID 215 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 3 - DIRECTION FINDING (DF) PROCEDURES


TASK: 2631.3.1 SELECT DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SITE

CONDITION(S): Given a tactical map, intercept tasking, threat
data, friendly forces location, a compass, and transportation
means.

STANDARD: Select DF site by plotting threat and friendly
locations on the map and evaluating the area for possible
primary and secondary site locations, ensuring the site's
technical and operational suitability in the tactical area of
operations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify threat location.

2. Identify friendly forces location.

3. Plot locations on map.

4. Demonstrate the differences between UTM and LAT/LONG.

5. Evaluate for possible primary and secondary site
locations.

6. Visit and evaluate sites for technical and operational
suitability.

a. Other electronic emissions.

b. Location of other DF sites.

c. Elevation.

d. Avenues of exit/approach.

e. Concealment.

f. Fortification.

g. Supply routes.

h. Proximity of landing zone (LZ).


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-21


i. Drainage.

j. Terrain features.

k. Man-made obstacles.

7. Compile information and select site.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Soldier Training Publication (STP) 34-05D23-SM-TG
(classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.3.2 IDENTIFY DIRECTION FINDING (DF) TARGET

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational DF site, target
tip-off, steerage from an intercept operator, and references.

STANDARD: Identify DF target signal through callsigns,
frequency, and voice identification; shoot lines-of-bearing
(LOB); and log and report LOB's to the analyst/DF net
supervisor.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Enter frequency in DF gear from target tip-off.

2. Identify desired target:

a. Callsigns.

b. Frequency.

c. Other voice identification.

3. Shoot a minimum of three LOB's based on input from
intercept operator.

4. Log LOB using appropriate format per FM 30-476 and FM
34-86.

5. Report results to analyst/DF net supervisor.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)

2. FM 34-86, Direction Finding Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.3.3 MAINTAIN A DIRECTION FINDING (DF) LOG

CONDITION(S): Given a blank DF log sheet, intercept operator
tip-off data, DF results, and references.

STANDARD: Maintain a DF log by entering frequency, callsign,
line-of-bearing (LOB), source of tip-off, and date-time group
per the references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Assign tip-off a one up number.

2. Analyze DF results to complete log sheet per FM 30-476 and
FM 34-86.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-22


a. Frequency.

b. Callsign.

c. LOB.

d. Source of tip-off.

e. Date-time group.

3. Report results to analyst/DF net supervisor.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)

2. FM 34-86, Direction Finding Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________



TASK: 2631.3.4 OPERATE AS DIRECTION FINDING (DF) NET
CONTROL

CONDITION(S): Given a radio set, communications security
(COMSEC) equipment of COMUS pad, DF outstations,
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (CEOI), a plot
board, and references.

STANDARD: Operate as DF net control by receiving DF mission,
encrypting and sending a FLASH message to outstations; and
requesting, receiving, decrypting, and plotting return
lines-of-bearing (LOB) per the references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive DF mission.

2. Send encrypted FLASH message to outstations:

a. Frequency.

b. Callsign.

3. Log in returned LOB's.

4. Decrypt messages.

5. Plot LOB on plot board.

6. Determine DF cut or fix.

7. Report information to appropriate commands.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)

2. FM 34-86, Direction Finding Operations

3. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-23


TASK: 2631.3.5 PERFORM COMPOSITE PLOTTING

CONDITION(S): Given a fully set up direction finding (DF)
plotting board and multiple bearings on a single emitter.

STANDARD: Perform composite plotting by determining the mean
bearing for each DF station, plotting the bearing on the
plotting board, and reporting location information.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive lines-of-bearing (LOB) from each DF station.

2. Determine the mean bearing for each DF station.

3. Plot the bearing on the plotting board.

4. Report location information to supervisor.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)

2. FM 34-86, Direction Finding Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 4 - ANALYSIS PROCEDURES


TASK: 2631.4.1 ASSIGN OUTGOING MESSAGE PRECEDENCE

CONDITION(S): Given a prepared message, technical guidance,
and references.

STANDARD: Assign outgoing message precedence per the
references by reviewing the message for criticality and
perishability of its content.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine precedence of message by criticality and
perishability of its content.

2. Assign precedence per USSID 300 and USSID 369.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 (classified title)

2. USSID 369 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.4.2 DETERMINE MILITARY GRID COORDINATES OF TARGET
NONCOMMUNICATIONS EMITTER

CONDITION(S): Given log sheets, lines-of-bearing (LOB) from
more than one direction finding (DF) site, a military map, and
plotting tools.

STANDARD: Plot LOB's and estimated emitter location on
military map and extract grid coordinates from the map.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-24


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Plot LOB's from each DF site.

2. Annotate probable emitter location on military map based on
intersection of LOB's.

3. Extract grid coordinates from map.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.4.3 DETERMINE SPECIAL ANALYTIC INTEREST ITEMS BY
SYSTEM

CONDITION(S): Given page print of intercepted communications,
tasking directives, Intercept Tasking Data Base and
references.

STANDARD: Extract and identify special interest items from
intercepted communications, such as re-use of encyphered keys
and test patterns, per tasking directives.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review tasking directives to determine special interest
items.

2. Review intercepted communications and extract special
interest items such as:

a. Re-use of encyphered keys.

b. Test patterns.

c. Other information.

3. Submit identified items for further analysis.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 115 (classified title)

2. USSID 210 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.4.4 IDENTIFY SIGNAL TO RADIO SIGNAL NOTATIONS
(RASIN) MANUAL DESIGNATORS

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept facility,
an unidentified signal, extracts from RASIN Catalog, and the
RASIN Manual.

STANDARD: Identify and classify signal characteristics
including callsign, frequency, time and duration of signal, and
line-of-bearing (LOB) using the RASIN Catalog of Active Signals
and RASIN Manual appendix.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Monitor unidentified signal and copy information:

a. Callsign.

b. Frequency.

c. Time and duration of signal.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-25


d. LOB.

2. Review RASIN documentation to:

a. Match signal characteristics.

b. Classify signal.

3. Provide information to analyst.


REFERENCE(S):

1. RASIN Manual

2. RASIN Catalog of Active Signals


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.4.5 IDENTIFY TYPE OF ELECTRONIC INTELLIGENCE
(ELINT) TARGET

CONDITION(S): Given ELINT Parameters Limits (EPL), EOB, threat
documents, and noncommunications intercept data.

STANDARD: Identify ELINT notation by determining if parameters
fall within or without the EPL and identify associated weapon
system referencing EPL and threat documents.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Check noncommunications intercept data for proper target
identification.

2. Using parametric data provided, identify ELINT notation or
family designator based on whether or not the parameters
fall within the EPL.

3. Using EPL, EOB, and threat documents, identify associated
weapon system.


REFERENCE(S):

1. EPL List

2. Radar Handbook Volumes I, II, and III

3. LANTCOM Laser 1 and 2

4. Kilting Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.4.6 MAINTAIN A TARGET SITUATION MAP

CONDITION(S): Given a target situation map, threat database,
completed log sheets, direction finding (DF) results, working
aids, and case history files.

STANDARD: Maintain a target situation map by posting all
available coordinates of enemy locations on the map per FMFM
3-2 to within 100 meters.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze target map.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-26


2. Confirm location of target entity using all data provided.

3. Convert locations to grid coordinates if necessary.

4. Using map symbol templates, draw all known/suspected enemy
locations on map per FMFM 3-2.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-2, Military Symbols

2. FM 30-5, Combat Intelligence

3. FM 21-26, Map Reading and Land Navigation


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.4.7 PREPARE AN INTERCEPTED TARGET'S TRAFFIC FOR
COMPUTER PROCESSING

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, computer,
technical guidance, and the reference.

STANDARD: Prepare an intercepted target's traffic for computer
processing by keying the data into the computer per the
reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine format for transcript appropriate to computer.

2. Type transcript in accordance with format per USSID 369,
demonstrating the capability to type twenty words per
minute (WPM).

3. Check for accuracy.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 369 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.4.8 PREPARE AN OPERATOR'S WORKING AID

CONDITION(S): Given target coverage plan by positions,
completed log sheets, direction finding (DF) results, advance
force operations target studies, Technical Extracts (TEXTA),
case history files, current tasking directives, and the
reference.

STANDARD: Prepare an operator's working aid containing
prosecution and DF requirements for each target, and case
notations including callsigns, frequencies, and operator
idiosyncrasies.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review data.

2. Prioritize and list all case notations assigned to each
position.

3. Add callsigns and associated identifications to case
notations.

4. Add frequencies used by all callsigns within a specific
case notation.

5. Add operator idiosyncrasies to case notations.

6. Define prosecution requirements for each target from current
tasking directives.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-27


7. Define DF requirement for each target.

8. Prioritize identified target communication links to meet
current tasking directives.

9. Compile per OH 7-12 and provide operator with
information.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OH 7-12, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.4.9 PERFORM FUSION ANALYSIS

CONDITION(S): Given an Electronic Intelligence (ELINT)
Parameters Limits (EPL), EOB, Technical Extracts (TEXTA),
established database on target, intercepted raw traffic,
available direction finding (DF) results, ELINT reports, and
references.

STANDARD: Perform fusion analysis identifying user and type of
operational activity associated with a target emitter.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze traffic.

a. Isolate specific activity indicators.

b. Correlate indicators with DF results and ELINT
reports.

2. Analyze imagery.

3. Validate correlation against USSID 404, threat database,
EPL, and Janes Manual.

4. Determine user and function of operational activity
associated with target emitter.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 404 (classified title)

2. Janes Manual

3. LANTCOM Laser 1 and 2

4. PACCOM 1 and 2

5. Radar handbook Volumes I, I, and III


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.4.10 PREPARE LINK-END INTERCEPT DIARY USING
BLACKWATCH INFORMATION

CONDITION(S): Provided raw intercept traffic, blank link-end
intercept diaries, tasking directives, working aids, and
reference.

STANDARD: Prepare link-end intercept diary so that the data
entered is consistent with raw intercept traffic and is
formatted per the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw traffic and tasking directives.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-28


2. Prepare diary from intercept traffic in format specified in
USSID 215.

3. Enter data in diary consistent with data from intercept
traffic.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 215 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.4.11 RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION

CONDITION(S): Given an activity/situation containing CRITIC
information, intercepted raw traffic, technical guidance, and
the references.

STANDARD: Recognize intercepted and/or collateral information
as meeting CRITIC reporting criteria and report CRITIC
information within established time requirements per USSID 301.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw traffic and situation.

2. Select USSID in 300 series applicable to target.

3. Determine whether activity/situation meets CRITIC criteria
per USSID 301.

4. Report situation as meeting CRITIC criteria to
supervisor.

5. Prepare CRITIC report per USSID 301 format.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 301 (classified title)

2. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Without a strategic reporting mission, this task is
performed via immediate threat recognition.


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-29


DUTY AREA 5 - REPORTING PROCEDURES


TASK: 2631.5.1 ASSIGN DELIVERY DISTRIBUTION INDICATOR (DDI)
TO AN OUTGOING MESSAGE

CONDITION(S): Provided with a prepared message and the
references.

STANDARD: Determine addressee and assign DDI's per USSID 300
series and USSID 519.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review message to determine:

a. Country.

b. Service.

c. Activity.

2. Check USSID 300 series and USSID 519 for DDI's that apply
to those subjects.

3. Select appropriate DDI's.

4. Place DDI's in message header.

5. Send message to appropriate address per USSID 519.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 519 (classified title)

2. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.5.2 CHECK A RESOURCE STATUS REPORT (RSR)

CONDITION(S): Given a completed resource status report, Table
of Equipment (T/E) containing equipment serial numbers and
current status, Equipment Repair Orders (ERO), and the
reference.

STANDARD: Check an RSR to ensure the content and format of
the report reflect the requirements of the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review T/E and ERO's to determine equipment and status.

2. Ensure information is compiled into RSR format per USSID
110.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 110 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-30


TASK: 2631.5.3 FUSE COMMUNICATIONS (COMINT) AND ELECTRONIC
INTELLIGENCE (ELINT) DATA INTO A SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) PRODUCT REPORT

CONDITION(S): Given COMINT and ELINT analytical results,
Electronic Parametric Listing (EPL), ELINT Manual, and the
references.

STANDARD: Match the ELINT source data with the related COMINT
data and prepare the product report per USSID 300.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review incoming COMINT and ELINT data.

2. Correlate COMINT/ELINT data with EPL.

3. Extract Essential Elements of Information (EEI).

4. Determine Topic and Area Guides (TAG) from USSID 315.

5. Determine distribution is correct per USSID 519.

6. Ascertain classification of data and overall classification
of report.

a. Ensure appropriate caveats are employed.

b. Ensure collateral information is identified.

7. Prepare a SIGINT product report per USSID 300.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 (classified title)

2. USSID 315 (classified title)

3. USSID 519 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.5.4 PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURE (ECM)
WRAP-UP REPORT

CONDITION(S): Given previously logged mission data and local
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) format information.

STANDARD: Prepare an ECM wrap-up report to include all targets
jammed, frequencies, and jamming time, duration, and
effectiveness, ensuring the data entered is consistent with
local SOP format.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Collect mission data.

2. Consolidate information into ECM report to include:

a. All targets jammed.

b. Frequencies.

c. Time and duration of jamming.

d. Effectiveness of jamming.

3. Format report per local SOP.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-31


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 10-2 (classified title)

2. NWP 33 (classified title)

3. ATP-1, Volume 1, Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and
Procedures

4. FM 32-16 (classified title)

5. Local SOP


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.5.5 PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC INTELLIGENCE (ELINT)
REPORT/MESSAGE

CONDITION(S): Provided with completed electronic intercept
logs, signal analysis results, and references.

STANDARD: Prepare an ELINT report/message per the
references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine format and recipients of report/message.

2. Transpose data from intercept logs onto correct medium.

3. Verify accuracy of reported information.

4. Verify format of report per USSID 340, USSID 369, SEDSCAF
Manual, and JCS Pub 25.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 340 (classified title)

2. USSID 369 (classified title)

3. Standard Electronic Intelligence Data Systems Code and
Format (SEDSCAF) Manual

4. Joint Chiefs of Staff Publication (JCS Pub) 25 (classified
title)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.5.6 PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
TECHNICAL REPORT

CONDITION(S): Given analytical results and references.

STANDARD: Prepare a SIGINT technical report with content and
format structured in accordance with the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify intelligence requirement for reporting.

2. Identify appropriate distribution per USSID 305.

3. Select type of report based on USSID 369.

4. Collate analytical results by subject matter:

a. Frequency and callsign usage.

b. Type of traffic.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-32


c. Relationship of net to higher echelon.

5. Issue technical report per USSID 369.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 305 (classified title)

2. USSID 369 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.5.7 REPORT INTERCEPT INFORMATION VIA STANDARD
TECHNICAL REPORT USING MODULES (STRUM)

CONDITION(S): Given raw traffic, completed log sheets,
technical guidance, and the reference.

STANDARD: Report intercept information via STRUM per USSID 205
to include time up/time down, frequencies, message externals
and internals, analytic comments, and direction finding (DF)
results.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Sort traffic into case notation.

2. Report intercept information per USSID 205:

a. Time up and time down.

b. Frequencies.

c. Message externals (preambles).

d. Message internals (first ten/last five groups).

e. Analytic comments.

f. DF results.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 205 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-33


DUTY AREA 6 - SECURITY PROCEDURES


TASK: 2631.6.1 CLASSIFY MATERIAL ACCORDING TO CONTENT

CONDITION(S): Given locally generated material, classification
guide, technical guidance, and references.

STANDARD: Classify material by reviewing its contents and
classifying per the classification guide and references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review materials to determine classification:

a. Top Secret.

b. Secret.

c. Confidential.

2. Classify materials as appropriate per USSID 300
series.

3. Classify individual paragraphs according to content.

4. Physically mark classified material to identify the
determined level of classification.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DoD C-5105.21M-1 w/Navy Supplement (classified title)

3. DoD C-5105.21M-2 (classified title)

4. DoD C-5105.21M-3 (classified title)

5. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task performed primarily in a supervisory
position.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.6.2 CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY (TRANSEC)
TRAINING

CONDITION(S): Given a lesson plan outline, a training
situation, threat assessments, Marine Corps training
regulations, technical documentation, and two radios.

STANDARD: Upon completion of the period of instruction the
students will be able to employ TRANSEC procedures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Familiarize radio operators with the radio net operation
concept.

a. Operating rules, callsign usage, and phonetic
alphabet.

b. Types of nets.

c. Types of callsigns.

d. Types of calls.

e. Operating procedures.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-34


2. Familiarize radio operators with net establishment
concepts.

a. Tuning.

b. Net opening.

c. Net closing.

3. Familiarize radio operators with standard message
handling.

a. Message format.

b. Receipting.

4. Familiarize radio operators with TRANSEC precepts:

a. Short, concise authorized transmissions.

b. Basic radio transmission rules in accordance with FM
24-1.

c. Use of excessive transmitting power.

d. Excessive time consumption.

e. Speaking at speeds greater than receiving operator's
capability.

f. Reduction of operator distinguishing characteristics.

g. Random schedule operation.

h. Proper use of authentication aids.

i. Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI).

j. Proper disclosure of classified information in radio
transmission (BEADWINDOW).

5. Set up training situation with two radios.

6. Monitor circuit to observe use of radio communication
procedures.

7. Evaluate performance and provide remedial instruction as
necessary.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook

2. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

3. FM 24-1, Combat Communications (How to Fight)

4. FM 24-18, Field Radio Techniques

5. FM 24-33, Communications Techniques: Electronic
Counter-Countermeasures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Instructor may work with individual or multiple
students.


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TASK: 2631.6.3 DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING MATERIAL/RESIDUAL

CONDITION(S): Given outdated classified working material/
residual, classified material destruction reports, a method of
destruction, and the reference.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-35


STANDARD: Destroy classified material/residual in such a
manner that no part is recoverable and document classified
material destruction in logs per the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive authorization for destruction of classified
materials:

2. Complete classified material destruction report including
the following information per OPNAVINST 5510.1:

a. Title.

b. Control number.

c. Originator.

d. Copy number.

3. Ensure information in classified material report is
accurate.

4. Verify destruction of materials before actual
destruction.

5. Destroy materials.

6. Provide Special Security Officer with report.

7. File copy of report.

8. Delete destroyed materials from publications inventory.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Actual destruction of documents may be simulated.

2. This task will be accomplished in the presence of a
witness.


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TASK: 2631.6.4 MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR CLASSIFIED
MATERIALS

CONDITION(S): Given classified materials, a facility
authorized to store classified materials [fixed site or
Tactical Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
(T-SCIF)], log books, list of units requesting documents and
their clearance level, security regulations, classified
material control resources, and references.

STANDARD: Maintain physical security for classified materials
in a fixed site or T-SCIF per the references by ensuring
materials are inventoried, secured, and controlled.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive classified material observing TPI (two person
integrity).

2. Ensure security procedures for a fixed site are
maintained.

a. Enforce classified materials sign-in/sign-out
procedures.

(1) Assign control number to all documents.

(2) Ensure classified materials are properly signed out
when checked out.

(3) Ensure classified materials are inventoried.

b. Enforce access procedures.



Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-36


(1) Control access to classified materials.

(2) Control access to facilities.

(3) Ensure only authorized personnel have access to
materials.

c. Enforce classified materials storage procedures.

(1) Ensure classified materials are secured open
storage.

(2) Ensure classified materials are secured closed
storage.

d. Ensure tempest security is maintained.

3. Ensure security procedures for T-SCIF are maintained.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)

5. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) 50-3


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)

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TASK: 2631.6.5 PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION PROCEDURES RELATED
TO CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, an emergency action
plan (EAP), an emergency situation, emergency destruction
materials, and local Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

STANDARD: Perform emergency action procedures per the EAP,
local SOP, and the references

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine priority of materials for salvage/destruction.

2. Destroy classified materials.

3. Ensure destruction reports are submitted to the Special
Security Officer (SSO).

4. Ensure salvaged materials are moved to secure location.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. CSP-1, Cryptographic Security Policy and Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. An emergency condition may be simulated for training
purposes.


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Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-37


TASK: 2631.6.6 PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL FOR TRANSFER

CONDITION(S): Provided with classified material to be
transferred, packaging materials, classification stamps,
classified material transfer forms, and references.

STANDARD: Prepare classified materials for transfer ensuring
receipts are prepared and material is packaged and marked for
adequate security protection per the references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Prepare classified materials for hand carried transfer.

a. Prepare wrap materials:

(1) Prepare inner wrapper including classification of
material, return address, and classification stamp.


(2) Prepare outer wrapper.

b. Prepare carrying materials:

(1) On base transfer of materials.

(2) Off base transfer of materials (ensure individual
has courier card or courier letter).

2. Prepare classified materials for mailing transfer per USSID
503.

a. Prepare non-Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)
material, SECRET or below, for transfer via registered
mail.

b. Prepare SCI material for transfer via Defense Courier
Service (DEFCOS) per DOD 5200.33R:

(1) Prepare inner wrapper including classification of
material, DEFCOS addresses, classification stamp,
and receipt card.

(2) Prepare outer wrapper including DEFCOS addresses.

3. Release materials to courier for delivery.

4. Complete classified materials transfer forms.

5. Ensure materials have been received by return of receipt
card.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. USSID 503 (classified title)

3. DOD 5200.33R, Defense Courier Service Regulations

4. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/7

5. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/14

6. CMS-4, Communications Security Material System Manual

7. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

8. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-38


TASK: 2631.6.7 RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, classified material
receipt log book, and references.

STANDARD: Properly receive classified material per the
references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Sign receipt card.

2. Mail card back to originator.

3. Complete entry in log book to include:

a. Date.

b. Classification.

c. Subject.

d. Originator.

e. Storage location.

f. Control number.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOD 5200.33R, Defense Courier Service Regulations.

2. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)



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DUTY AREA 7 - TACTICAL COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES


TASK: 2631.7.1 EXCHANGE INFORMATION USING A CODE

CONDITION(S): Given a COMUS pad, a tactical operations code,
an alphanumeric code, information to be encrypted/decrypted,
and communications equipment.

STANDARD: Encrypt/decrypt information in a timely manner
without error and exchange via communications equipment.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Outline information that is to be passed.

2. Encrypt information using code.

a. COMUS pad.

b. Tactical operations code.

c. Alphanumeric code.

3. Establish communications.

4. Transmit coded information via communications equipment.

5. Receive coded information from outstation.

6. Ensure receipt is accurate.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-39


7. Sign off communications net.

8. Decrypt information.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 874 (classified
title)

2. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 1662
(classified title)

3. Allied Cryptographic Operational Authenticator (AKAA) 2000
(classified title)

4. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 2000
(classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2631.7.2 IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION REQUIRING
GREATER SECURITY THAN OFFERED BY THE CIRCUIT
IN RADIO TRANSMISSIONS (BEADWINDOW)

CONDITION(S): Given a recording of the text of a radio
transmission which contains the disclosure of Essential
Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI).

STANDARD: Identify the seven EEFI and document violations in
radio log book.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify EEFI.

2. State "BEADWINDOW" on the net upon disclosure of EEFI.

3. Ensure maximum effort is made to get the violating station
off the net or to cease disclosing EEFI.

4. Make log entry of violations in radio log book.

5. Determine possible damage to forces by disclosure and
report to superior.


REFERENCE(S):

1. NWP 4, Basic Operational Communications Doctrine

2. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: 2631.7.3 RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION

CONDITION(S): Given Communication-Electronic Operating
Instruction (CEOI), blank Frequency Interference Report (FIR)
forms, FIR format, and a jamming signal.

STANDARD: Recognize the presence of jamming and respond with
communication counter-countermeasures. Submit a FIR to include
frequency, time, date, type of interference, and effect on
friendly communications.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Monitor signal.

2. Recognize jamming.

3. Attempt to talk around jamming.

4. Change to alternate frequency for message traffic only and
return to primary frequency.


Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-40


5. Notify DF Operations to obtain a fix on enemy jammer.

6. Cease communications for intermittent periods.

7. Prepare and submit a FIR per FIR format to include:

a. Frequencies.

b. Activities.

c. Net.

d. Time.

e. Date.

f. Type of interference.

g. Effect of interference on friendly communications.


REFERENCE(S):

1. NWP 33 (classified title)

2. ATP-1, Volume I, Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and
Procedures

3. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

4. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

5. FM 24-33, Communications Techniques: Electronic
Counter-Countermeasures

6. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook

7. MCO 3430.3, Meaconing, Interference, Jamming, and Intrusion
(MIJI)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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Appendix D to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-D-41


MOS 2649, CRYPTANALYST


DUTY AREA 1 - EQUIPMENT OPERATION


TASK: 2649.1.1 PREPARE COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL DEVICES
FOR OPERATION

CONDITION(S): Given a computer, computer software, peripheral
devices, standards power source, and Disk Operating System (DOS)
User's Manual.

STANDARD: Prepare computer and peripheral devices for
operation by connecting the peripheral devices to the computer,
powering up the computer, and loading the operating system and
software per the operator's manual without compromising
safety/tempest regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety/tempest regulations at all times.

2. Connect peripheral devices to computer.

3. Connect power source to computer.

4. Load software.

5. Perform operation check of system and peripherals.

6. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on computer
and peripherals per user's manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOS User's Manual

2. Grid OS User's Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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DUTY AREA 2 - CRYPTANALYTIC PROCEDURES


TASK: 2649.2.1 IDENTIFY TYPE OF CRYPTOSYSTEM IN AN
ENCRYPTED MESSAGE

CONDITION(S): Given an encrypted message, target technical
data, and case history file.

STANDARD: Identify type of cryptosystem in an encrypted
message as either a code or a cipher, and if it is a cipher, as
either a transposition or substitution.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze message to determine if the cryptosystem has been
used before.

2. Analyze message to identify cryptosystem, examine:

a. Frequency count.

b. Index of coincidence (IC) and 2IC.

c. Repeats and word patterns.

d. Divisibility of repeats and distances between
repeats.

e. Nulls and discriminates, use and location of
indicators.



Appendix E to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-E-1


f. Possibility of message being practice.

3. Determine if message is a code or a cipher system.

4. If a code:

a. Determine if system is exploitable.

b. Determine type of code.

5. If a cipher:

a. Determine if system is exploitable.

b. Determine if cipher system is a transposition or
substitution.

6. If transposition, determine if route transposition or
columnar transposition.

7. If substitution determine if unilateral, multilateral,
polyalphabetic, or polygraphic.

a. If multilateral, determine if bilateral, dinomic,
trilateral, trinomic, monome dinome, or monome dinome
trinome.

b. If polyalphabetic, determine if periodic or
aperiodic.

c. If polygraphic, determine if two square, four square,
or playfair square.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-40-2, Basic Cryptanalysis


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: 2649.2.2 MAINTAIN CRYPTANALYST CASE HISTORY

CONDITION(S): Given completed pro forma log sheets,
intercepted raw traffic, cryptanalytic case history files,
technical guidance, and the reference.

STANDARD: Enter technical data including the type of system,
the date it was broken, message serial number, and how the
system breaks down into the cryptanalyst case history file per
the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Compare traffic against case history file.

2. Determine if cryptanalytic system is the same as last
observed or has changed.

3. Identify cryptosystem.

a. Identify whether it is a code or a cipher.

b. Identify type of code or cipher.

c. Break down system.

4. Update case history to reflect current status:

a. Date system was broken.

b. Message serial number.

c. Type of system.

d. Method of breaking the system down.


Appendix E to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-E-2


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-40-2, Basic Cryptanalysis


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: 2649.2.3 ASSEMBLE TECHNICAL INFORMATION ON A TARGET

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, direction
finding (DF) results, Technical Extracts (TEXTA), log sheets,
known Orders of Battle (OB), tactical and strategic maps, and the
reference.

STANDARD: Assemble technical information on a target to develop
a current, usable database on the target to include
technical information such as equipment, schedules,
frequencies, callsigns, procedures, transmission modes,
locational data, and Electronic Order of Battle (EOB) data.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review TEXTA and known OB's to compile existing
information on target.

a. Intercepted traffic.

b. Electronics Intelligence (ELINT).

c. Human Intelligence (HUMINT).

d. Photo Intelligence (PHOTINT).

e. Terrain analysis.

f. Other intelligence sources.

2. Analyze traffic to identify additional technical
information:

3. Update databases with pertinent technical information:

a. Equipment.

b. Schedules.

c. Frequencies.

d. Callsigns.

e. Procedures.

f. Transmission modes.

g. Locational data.

h. EOB data.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 404 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: 2649.2.4 DETERMINE RADIO NETWORK PERSONALITIES

CONDITION(S): Given raw intercepted traffic containing
personality identifications, and enemy Order of Battle (OB)
files.


Appendix E to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-E-3


STANDARD: Determine radio network personalities by analyzing
traffic for idiosyncrasies and correlating idiosyncrasies with OB
files.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze traffic for idiosyncrasies.

a. Take note of operator comments.

b. Accents.

c. Names.

d. References.

2. Correlate idiosyncrasies with OB to determine radio network
personalities.


REFERENCE(S): (NONE)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2649.2.5 MAINTAIN A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ORDER
OF BATTLE FILE

CONDITION(S): Given completed log sheets, direction finding
(DF) results, SIGINT order of battle file, working aids, and
case history files.

STANDARD: Enter all technical data including target SIGINT
operations facilities, target/offensive weapon capabilities,
target echelon of reporting, frequency and callsign usage, and
schedule into the target SIGINT order of battle file.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review SIGINT order of battle file.

2. Isolate known target SIGINT operations facilities.

3. Determine target capabilities:

a. Equipment.

b. Sensitivity.

c. Range.

4. Determine offensive weapon capabilities.

5. Determine target echelon of reporting.

6. Determine frequency and callsign usage.

7. Determine schedule.

8. Determine facilities area of operation.

9. Compile information and update SIGINT order of battle file.

REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-1, Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix E to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-E-4


TASK: 2649.2.6 RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION

CONDITION(S): Given activity/situation containing CRITIC
information, intercepted raw traffic, technical guidance, and
references.

STANDARD: Recognize intercepted and/or collateral information
as meeting CRITIC reporting criteria and report CRITIC
information within established time requirements per USSID
301.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw traffic and situation.

2. Select USSID in 300 series applicable to target.

3. Determine whether activity/situation meets CRITIC criteria
per USSID 301.

4. Report situation as meeting CRITIC criteria to
supervisor.

5. Prepare CRITIC report per USSID 301 format.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 301 (classified title)

2. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Without a strategic reporting mission, this task is
performed via immediate threat recognition.


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DUTY AREA 3 - RECOVERY OF PLAIN TEXT PROCEDURES


TASK: 2649.3.1 RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A MESSAGE
ENCIPHERED USING MULTILATERAL SUBSTITUTION

CONDITION(S): Given an exploitable message enciphered using
multilateral, a computer, applicable software, and
cryptanalytic case history files or working aids.

STANDARD; Recover the plain text regardless of variations,
matrix, or message by identifying subsystems, and method of
inscription, extraction, and key generation.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine if system is the same as last observed.

2. Identify subsystems.

a. Bilateral.

b. Trilateral.

c. Dinomic.

d. Trinomic.

e. Monome dinome.

f. Monome dinome trinome.

g. Sum check.

3. Determine matrix size and method of insertion.

4. Recover specific keys and keywords.


Appendix E to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-E-5


5. Identify method of inscription and extraction.

6. Identify method of key generation.

7. Recover the plain text.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-40-2, Basic Cryptanalysis


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: 2649.3.2 RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A MESSAGE
ENCIPHERED USING POLYAPHABETIC SUBSTITUTION

CONDITION(S): Given an exploitable message enciphered using
polyalphabetics, a computer, applicable software, and
cryptanalytic working aids.

STANDARD: Recover the plain text and matrix using all variables
associated with the cipher system by breaking down the system
and identifying method of inscription, extraction, and key
generation.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine if system is the same as last observed.

2. Identify system as periodic or aperiodic.

a. If periodic, determine the period.

b. If aperiodic, determine whether it is a word-length or
interrupter system.

3. Recover specific keys and keywords.

4. Identify method of inscription and extraction.

5. Identify method of key generation.

6. Recover the plain text.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-40-2, Basic Cryptanalysis


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2649.3.3 RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A MESSAGE
ENCIPHERED USING POLYGRAPHIC SUBSTITUTION

CONDITION(S): Given an exploitable message enciphered using
polygraphics, a computer, applicable software, and
cryptanalytic working aids.

STANDARD: Recover the plain text and matrix of an enciphered
message regardless of variables or enciphered sequence by
breaking down the system and identifying method of inscription,
extraction, and key generation.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine if system is the same as last observed.

2. Identify system as four-square, two-square, or playfair
square.

3. Recover specific keys and keywords.

4. Identify method of inscription and extraction.


Appendix E to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-E-6


5. Identify method of key generation.

6. Recover the plain text.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-40-2, Basic Cryptanalysis


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2649.3.4 RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A MESSAGE ENCIPHERED
USING UNILATERAL SUBSTITUTION

CONDITION(S): Given an exploitable message enciphered using
unilaterals, a computer, applicable software, and cryptanalytic
working aids.

STANDARD: Recover the plain text of a message from a cipher
message using any variables by recovering keys and identifying
method of inscription, extraction, and key generation.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine if system is the same as last observed.

2. Recover specific keys and keywords.

3. Identify method of inscription and extraction.

4. Identify method of key generation.

5. Recover the plain text.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-40-2, Basic Cryptanalysis


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2649.3.5 RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A MESSAGE ENCIPHERED
USING TRANSPOSITION

CONDITION(S): Given an exploitable message enciphered using
transposition, a computer, applicable software, and
cryptanalytic working aids.

STANDARD: Recover the plain text of a message enciphered using
any transposition system regardless of variables by breaking
down the system and identifying method of inscription,
extraction, and key generation.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine if system is the same as last observed.

2. Identify system as route or columnar transposition.

3. Recover specific keys and keywords.

4. Identify method of inscription and extraction.

5. Identify method of key generation.

6. Recover the plain text.


Appendix E to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-E-7


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-40-2, Basic Cryptanalysis


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2649.3.6 RECOVER THE PLAIN TEXT OF A MESSAGE ENCODED
USING A CODE

CONDITION(S): Given an exploitable message encoded using a
code, a computer, applicable software, and cryptanalytic
working aids.

STANDARD: Recover the plain text of a message from a coded
message using any variables by breaking down the system and
identifying method of inscription and extraction.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine if system is the same as last observed.

2. Identify system as syllabary square, multiple matrix, or
one or two part book codes.

3. Identify method of inscription and extraction.

4. Recover the plain text.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-40-2, Basic Cryptanalysis


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2649.3.7 PREPARE REQUIRED CRYPTANALYTIC REPORTS

CONDITION(S): Given cryptanalytic case history files,
technical guidance, a computer with applicable software, and
references.

STANDARD: Accurately report all required technical
cryptanalytic information in a timely manner, using applicable
report formats.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Gather all necessary statistics/recoveries for affected
system(s).

2. Select correct format for required report: Temporary
Recognition Data (TRD) Report, Cryptanalytic Status Report
(CSR), or Key Recovery Report.

3. Ensure data is correct and reported as directed by
applicable reference.

4. Demonstrate the capability to type thirty-five words per
minute WPM).


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-40-2, Basic Cryptanalysis

2. USSID 229

3. USSID 407

4. USSID 220


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


Appendix E to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-E-8


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2649.3.8 PREPARE CRYPTANALYTIC WORKING AIDS

CONDITION(S): Given current technical information pertaining
to recovered target encryption systems, cryptanalytic case
history files, technical guidance, and the reference.

STANDARD: Prepare a cryptanalytic working aid to allow message
decryption by any traffic analyst.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Prepare an outline of decryption steps for each recovered
system.

2. Use correct terminology to describe system specifics.

3. Prepare necessary charts or code pages in a reusable format
(acetate covered).


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-40-2, Basic Cryptanalysis


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix E to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-E-9


MOS 2651, SPECIAL INTELLIGENCE COMMUNICATOR


DUTY AREA 1 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) COMMUNICATIONS PLANNING PROCEDURES


TASK: 2651.1.1 ADVISE COMMANDER AND STAFF ON SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
COMMUNICATIONS

CONDITION(S): Given location of friendly and threat forces,
availability of equipment and personnel, requirement for
briefing, and references

STANDARD: Advise communications officer or detachment
commander on a continuous basis on status of special
intelligence communications equipment prior to and during
operations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Advise on assets' (equipment and personnel) capabilities,
limitations, and employment.

2. Recommend employment of assets.

3. Advise on status of equipment operations while afloat and
during sustained ground operations.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

2. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Scheduled garrison or field exercises and CEOI are required
for practical application.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.1.2 DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) PORTION OF COMMUNICATION
ANNEX

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, plan of action, availability of
equipment and personnel, topographical map of area of
operation, threat signals technical data, Communication-
Electronics Operating Instructions (CEOI), communication
requirements, and references.

STANDARD: The SIGINT/EW portion of communication annex will
identify call sign, frequency, Classified Material System
(CMS), and connectivity requirements to support the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Coordinate liaison with Communication-Electronic Officer
(CEO).

2. Review mission, plan of action, threat signals technical
data.

3. Determine call sign and frequency requirements.

4. Consider how often frequencies will be changed.

5. Determine CMS requirements.

6. List joint or combined communication requirements.

7. Determine connectivity requirements.

8. Consider communications deconfliction.

9. Develop physical security plan.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-1


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-30, Communications

2. OH 7-2, Electronic Warfare Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.1.3 PREPARE DETACHMENT COMMUNICATIONS ANNEX TO
OPERATION ORDER

CONDITION(S): Provided the METT, topographic map, unit
commander's planning guidance, concept of operations, task
organization, estimates of supportability, SOP, and
references.

STANDARD: The command and control systems annex will establish
and direct detachment support for the operation order including
installation, operations, and maintenance. The annex will
amplify instructions needed to coordinate the establishment and
operation of the command and control system. The annex will
provide instructions and detailed tasking to signal
intelligence communication detachments in support of
operational requirements in the basis operation order.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze mission, planning guidance of operations, task
organization, estimates of supportability, and SOP.

2. Evaluate threat communication capabilities to disrupt
communication systems.

3. Evaluate friendly forces communication capabilities.

4. Assign specific tasks and responsibilities to all elements
within the detachment.

5. Provide coordinating instructions.

a. Determine special intelligence record traffic
requirements.

b. Determine radio requirements.

c. Determine wire communication requirements.

d. Determine visual and sound requirements.

e. Determine systems management and control requirements.

(1) Establish restoration priorities.

(2) Determine special measures.

(a) Call signs/frequencies.

(b) Cryptographic restarts.

f. Determine logistics requirements.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

2. FMFM 3-30, Communications


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-2


TASK: 2651.1.4 TASK ORGANIZE PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel, availability of augmentees, operation order, Signals
Intelligence (SIGINT) Appendix, Electronic Warfare (EW)
Appendix, and references.

STANDARD: Task organize personnel and equipment so that tasks
are assigned to accomplish the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission, operation order, and appendices.

2. Consider command relationships.

3. Identify tasks (afloat, ashore) and identify units.

4. Assign tasks.

5. Determine liaison requirements.

6. Determine detachment elements:

a. Command.

b. Processing and reporting.

c. Communications.

d. Electronic Countermeasures (ECM).

e. Direction Finding (DF).

f. Logistics support.

7. Determine security requirements in developing physical
security plan.

8. Prepare task organization.

9. Review and update task organization periodically to ensure
it supports the mission.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

2. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

3. USSID 110 (classified title)

4. NSGINST C3020.1C, Withdrawal of Marine Corps Personnel for
FMF Direct Support and Training Requirements

5. Local CEOI


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.1.5 PLAN AND DESIGN A FIELD WIRE DISTRIBUTION
SYSTEM

CONDITION(S): Given a table of equipment and communication
requirements, design a field wire distribution system by
drafting cable cut sheets and a wiring plan.

STANDARD: Design a field wire distribution system in accordance
with the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Design a wire system based upon the tactical situation and
an annex K.

a. Determine requirements.


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6-F-3


b. Examine table of equipment (T/E) for compatible
equipment.

c. Decide upon location of equipment.

2. Develop a cable worksheet and wire diagram incorporating
the following:

a. Main Distribution Frame

b. Intermediate Distribution Frames

c. Switchboards

d. Junction Box locations.

e. Radio circuit remoting instrument locations.

f. Terminal equipment.

3. Label all circuit connections with circuit designators.

4. Check for duplication and/or circuit continuity.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-30, Communications

2. FM 24-20, Tactical Wire and Cable Techniques


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.1.1.6 EXECUTE SIGNAL INTELLIGENCE COMMUNICATION
PLANS

CONDITION(S): Provided with a communication plan/order, local
SOP, supporting documents, communication resources, and
references.

STANDARD: Provide the communications directed in the
plan/order.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Ensure employment of tactical communication systems:

a. Radio

b. Wire

c. Special Intelligence Communication Center

2. Ensure consistent scheduled preventive maintenance is
accomplished.

3. Coordinate establishment of communications control.

4. Prioritize allocation of communication assets.

5. Coordinate power requirements for equipment contained in
shelters and bench-mounted components.

6. Manage fuel requirements.

7. Coordinate with external communication agencies.

8. Manage frequency resources within the unit.

9. Ensure Comm guard shifts are effected.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-4


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-30, Communications


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.1.7 DIRECT EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNAL INTELLIGENCE
COMMUNICATION ASSETS

CONDITION(S): Provided a mission, operation order/plan,
availability of equipment and personnel, topographic map of the
objective area, and the reference.

STANDARD: Direct employment of communication assets in a
technically and tactically sound manner to support the
mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze mission, operation order/plan, and topographic
map.

2. Review availability of equipment and personnel against
mission requirements.

3. Consider type of operation.

a. Strategic

b. Tactical

(1) Amphibious

(2) Ground

(3) Mobile

(4) Airlift

4. Identify external support requirements.

5. Continuously supervise employment of communication
assets.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-30, Communications


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-5


DUTY AREA 2 - MESSAGE CENTER PROCEDURES


TASK: 2651.2.1 INITIATE A CONTINGENCY ALTERNATE ROUTE PLAN
(CARP)

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational communications
central, a message, a communication path from an external
communications, system, communications publications, and local
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

STANDARD: Initiate a Contingency Alternate Route Plan per the
references to support the mission

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify the requirements for relocation within mission
parameters.

a. Home base.

b. Home unit.

c. AUTODIN switch homed on.

d. Alternate route information.

2. Format the request message using NAVSECGRUINST S2501.1B.

3. Send the service message via existing circuit.

4. Ensure appropriate response is received.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Special Security Communications Manual, NAVSECGRUINST
S2501.1B

2. Worldwide AUTODIN Restoral Plan (WARP), DCA OPLAN 1-84

3. CRITICOMM Systems Operating Instructions, COI 101


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.2.2 CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL, TARGET, OR GREENWICH
MEAN TIME (G.M.T.)

CONDITION(S): Given a time (G.M.T., local, or target) with the
associated letter designator and the time zone letter
designator to which the time must be converted.

STANDARD: Convert local/target times to G.M.T. and convert
G.M.T. time to local/target time maintaining an accuracy to the
minute.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Given a local/target time and time zone letter, determine
the difference between local/target time and G.M.T.

2. Add or subtract the number of hours different from
local/target time to determine G.M.T.

3. Add or subtract the number of hours different from G.M.T.
to determine local/target time.


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 121, Communications Instructions - General

2. FM 24-17, Tactical Communications Center


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-6


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.2.3 INITIATE A COMMUNICATION SERVICE MESSAGE

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational communications
central, a message, a communication path from an external
communications system, communications publications, and local
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

STANDARD: Initiate a communication service message using "Q"
and "Z" signals per ACP 131 and logging the message per local
SOP.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify the service required or the problem with the
message.

a. Garbled message.

b. Missent message.

c. Message interlace.

d. Missing sectional.

2. Update station service log per local SOP.

3. Format the service message using JANAP 128 for General
Service (GENSER) or DOI 103 for Special Intelligence (SI)
service message format.

4. Send the service message via existing circuit.

5. Ensure appropriate response is received.

6. If garbled, review re-transmitted message for completeness
and accuracy.

7. If missing sectional, ensure missing section is received by
examining the date time group, message originator, and
subject line.


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 131, (Q and Z signals)

2. Joint Army-Navy-Air Force Publication (JANAP) 128,
Automatic Digital Network (AUTODIN) Operating Procedures

3. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 103

4. NTP 3, Telecommunications User's Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.2.4 MAINTAIN COMMUNICATION CENTER LOGS

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational communications
central, communication center logs, log format, and the
references.

STANDARD: Maintain communication center logs ensuring they are
up to date and current per formats specified in DOI 103 for
Special Intelligence (SI) and JANAP 128 for General Service
(GENSER).

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Update and keep current the following logs per DOI 103 for
SI and JANAP 128 for GENSER:

a. Outgoing Message Log.

b. Incoming Message Log.


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6-F-7


c. Message Receipt Log.

d. Readdressal Log.

e. Watch-to-Watch Inventory.

f. CMS Disposition Record.

2. Check logs for accuracy and completeness.

a. Date.

b. Time.

c. Subject.

d. Address.

e. Originator.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 103

2. Joint Army-Navy-Air Force Publication (JANAP) 128,
Automatic Digital Network (AUTODIN) Operating
Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.2.5 PREPARE COMMUNICATION CENTER REPORTS

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational communications
central, communication center report format, and the
references.


STANDARD: Prepare reports content and format per DOI 103.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Prepare the following reports per the references:

a. Activation Report, format per COI 101; where, when, who
per NTP 4.

b. Deactivation Report per COI 101; where, when, who per
NTP 4.

c. Delay In Service per COI 101.

d. Guard Shift Message Report per NTP 4.

e. Contingency Alternate Route Plan per COI 101.

f. Worldwide Alternate Route Plan per COI 101.

g. Planned Outage Report per DOI 103/COI 101.

h. Critic Handling Report.

i. Termination Request.

j. Termination Deactivation Request.

k. Sanitization Report.

2. Demonstrate the capability to type thirty-five words per
minute (WPM).

3. Check reports for accuracy and completeness using
appropriate references.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-8


REFERENCE(S):

1. Cryptographic Operating Instructions (COI) 101

2. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 103

3. NTP 4, Naval Telecommunications Procedures - Fleet
Communications


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Staff Sergeant and above only will perform steps 1e, 1f,
and 1g.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.2.6 PREPARE A MESSAGE FOR ELECTRICAL TRANSMISSION

CONDITION(S): Given information to be transmitted and the
references.

STANDARD: Prepare a message for electrical transmission per DOI
103 for Special Intelligence (SI) or JANAP 128 for General
Service (GENSER).

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive message for transmission.

2. Verify correct Plain Language Addresses (PLA) per DOI 102
or DOI 101 for SI or ACP 117 for GENSER.

3. Ensure message is in correct format.

4. Log message and assign file time and date time group.

5. Process message in DOI 103 for SI or JANAP 128 for GENSER
format.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 101

2. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 102

3. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 103

4. Joint Army-Navy-Air Force Publication (JANAP) 128,
Automatic Digital Network (AUTODIN) Operating Procedures

5. ACP 117, Allied Routing Indicator Book with Supplements
1-6

6. NAVSECGRUINST 2501.1B Yellow Pearl


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.2.7 PROCESS CRITIC MESSAGES

CONDITION(S): Given information to be transmitted and the
references.

STANDARD: Process a CRITIC message for electrical transmission
within the time parameters established by the references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive message for transmission.

2. Verify correct Plain Language Addresses (PLA) per DOI 102 or
DOI 101.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-9


3. Ensure message is in correct format.

4. Log message and assign file time and date time group.

5. Process message in DOI 103 format within time parameters.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 101

2. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 102

3. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 103

4. NAVEDTRA A95-02-44-88


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Watch supervisors will conduct this training exercise on a
periodic unannounced basis.


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TASK: 2651.2.8 ROUTE A MESSAGE

CONDITION(S): Given an electronically received message,
classification stamps, route sheet, message logs, and
references.

STANDARD: Route a message by updating the message log and
processing the message per DOI 103 for Special Intelligence
(SI) or JANAP 128 for General Service (GENSER).

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review message for serviceability.

2. Take action on servicing requirements if required per DOI
103 for SI or JANAP 128 for GENSER.

3. Log message in message receipt log.

4. Stamp top and bottom of message with appropriate
classification given in the body of the message.

5. Route message according to route sheet.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 103

2. Joint Army-Navy-Air Force Publication (JANAP) 128,
Automatic Digital Network (AUTODIN) Operating Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.2.9 ASSIGN DELIVERY DISTRIBUTION INDICATOR (DDI)
TO AN OUTGOING MESSAGE

CONDITION(S): Given a prepared message and the references.

STANDARD: Determine addressee and assign DDI's per USSID 519
and USSID 300 series.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review message to determine:

a. Country.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-10


b. Service.

c. Activity.

2. Check USSID 519 and USSID 300 series for DDI's that apply
to those subjects.

3. Select appropriate DDI's.

4. Place DDI's in message header.

5. Send message to appropriate address per USSID 519.


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 121, Communications Instructions - General

2. NTP 3, Telecommunication User's Manual

3. USSID 300 series (classified title)

4. USSID 519 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.2.10 ASSIGN OUTGOING MESSAGE PRECEDENCE

CONDITION(S): Given a prepared message, technical guidance,
USSID 300, and USSID 369.

STANDARD: Assign outgoing message precedence per USSID 300 and
USSID 369 by reviewing the message for criticality and
perishability of its content.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine precedence of message by criticality and
perishability of its content.

2. Assign precedence per USSID 300 and USSID 369.


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 121, Communications Instructions - General

2. NTP 3, Telecommunications User's Manual

3. USSID 300 (classified title)

4. USSID 369 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.2.11 RESPOND TO A COMMUNICATION CIRCUIT OUTAGE

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational communications
central, a communication path from an external communications
system, a communication circuit with an outage, and references.

STANDARD: Respond to a communications circuit outage by
identifying the cause of the outage, taking corrective action
per local SOP, and preparing a circuit outage report per COI
101.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Inform/be informed of communication outage.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-11


2. Troubleshoot the system to identify the source of outage.

3. Identify location of outage.

4. Take corrective actions to restore the circuit:

a. Alternately route the circuit path, isolate the outage
and reestablish the communication link.

b. Replace equipment and reestablish the communication
link.

c. Restore equipment and reestablish the communication
link.

5. Prepare circuit (communication center) outage report per
COI 101.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Cryptographic Operating Instructions (COI) 101

2. Cryptographic Operating Instructions (COI) 104

3. Local Communications SOP


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.2.12 RESPOND TO A COMMUNICATION SERVICE MESSAGE

CONDITION(S): Given an operational communication circuit, a
telecommunication service message, DOI 103, and JANAP 128.

STANDARD: Transmit a response to the service message via a
communications circuit per the format prescribed in DOI 103 for
Special Intelligence (SI) and JANAP 128 for General Service
(GENSER). Log message received in service log.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive service message.

2. Log in message received in service log.

3. Draft response to service message per DOI for SI or JANAP
128 for GENSER.

4. Send service message response via communications circuit.

a. Voluntary retransmittal.

b. Correction of message.

c. Clarification of message.

5. Clear logs and file in service file.



REFERENCE(S):

1. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 103

2. Joint Army-Navy-Air Force Publication (JANAP) 128,
Automatic Digital Network (AUTODIN) Operating Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-12


DUTY AREA 3 - EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND OPERATION


TASK: 2651.3.1 ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT ANTENNAS

CONDITION(S): Given a tactical situation, mission, radio set,
antenna wire, antenna coax, insulators, halyards, wire cutters,
measuring device, operating frequency, formulas for cutting
antennas, a compass, and references.

STANDARD: Erect a field expedient antenna by selecting the
antenna type, cutting the antenna to the proper length for the
operating frequency per TM 11-666, insulating the antenna,
configuring the antenna toward the target, and grounding the
antenna without compromising safety regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Select site based on tactical situation to support the
mission.

a. Consider transmission and reception capabilities.

b. Consider cover and concealment.

c. Consider terrain characteristics.

d. Consider proximity to other sources of electromagnetic
interference (EMI).

e. Consider obstructions.

f. Consider distance to target.

g. Consider elevation.

h. Consider location of friendly forces.

2. Determine how to erect antennas based on tactical
situation.

a. Consider threat activity.

b. Consider physical safety.

c. Consider electrical safety.

3. Determine type of antenna needed.

a. Frequency spectrum.

b. Polarization.

c. Directivity.

d. Wavelength.

4. Cut antenna wire to desired length.

5. Insulate antenna.

6. Attach antenna coax to antenna.

7. Erect/anchor antenna.

8. Configure antenna toward target.

9. Attach antenna to radio set.

10. Ground antenna/radio.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-666, Antennas and Radio Propagation


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-13


2. FM 11-64 (classified title)

3. FM 24-18, Field Radio Techniques


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.2 ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA

CONDITION(S): Provided RC-292, designated site, and the
reference.

STANDARD: Erect RC-292 in accordance with the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Select your site. Ensure the area is clear of obstructions
such as power lines. If there are power lines near the site
the antenna must not be any closer than twice the height of
the antenna.

2. Place the Base Plate, with the cleats up, where the antenna
is to be erected.

3. Drive the Swivel Stake through the center hole of the Base
Plate with the Mallet.

4. Drive three Guy Stakes at a 45 degree angle into the earth
facing away from the mast at a distance of 15 feet from the
center of the cleats on the Base Plate. The three stakes
must be 120 degrees apart. The distance of 15 feet is equal
to the length of six mast sections fitted together.

5. Tie the flexible end of each of the three guy straps around
the three ground stakes. Use a "cowhitch" so that tension on
the metal ring will hold the guy straps securely.

6. Assemble five additional mast sections (AB-35) and join
them with the six already assembled, inserting one guy plate
between the sixth and seventh sections of the mast
assembly.

7. Place the second guy plate over the end of the eleventh
section of the mast assembly, and add the final mast
section.

8. Rotate the mast assembly about the swivel stake until its
free and is midway between two of the guy stakes.

9. Assemble the vertical element (check frequency for the
number of elements required).

10. Assemble the ground plane elements (check frequency for the
number of elements required).

11. Insert the vertical and ground plane elements into the
sockets of the antenna base MP-68 with the vertical elements
going into the socket at the top of the antenna base.

12. Place the antenna base over the top mast section of the
previously assembled mast and tighten the vise. Position
the MP-68 so that two of the ground place elements rest on
the ground.

13. Connect the coaxial cable to the antenna base. Run the
rest of the cable along the mast sections. Just below the
connector on the MP-68 make a Drip Loop and tape the coaxial
cable just below the loop and approximately every five feet
thereafter until approximately four feet from the ground.
This relieves tension on the cable and the MP-68.

14. Turn the guy plates so that one hole of each is
uppermost.

15. Attach two guy ropes securely to the side holes of the
lower guy plate. Pass these guy ropes through their
respective side guy strap rings and then through the holes
in the appropriate base plate cleats. Form a slip knot in
each guy rope and pull the free ends through the loops of
the slip knots.

16. Snap the third guy rope in the third hole of the lower guy
plate and lay the guy rope along the mast toward the third
guy stake.

17. Attach the three guy ropes to the upper guy plate in the
same manner.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-14


18. To raise the mast, two men coordinate movements as
follows:

a. One man stands near the swivel base and in line with
the third guy stake. The second man stands at the top
of the mast. The first man bows the top of the mast by
pulling the free guy lines taut. At the same time, the
second man, having raised the tip end of the mast to
shoulder height, walks toward the base plate, pushing
the mast upwards, while the first man walks backwards
towards the third guy stake pulling the mast slowly and
firmly erect.

19. When the mast is in the vertical position, adjust and
tighten all the guy ropes.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-348-15

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:


1. (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.3 INSTALL A FIELD WIRE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

CONDITION(S): Given an annex K, field wire plan, tactical
situation, Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction
(CEOI), WD-1/TT field wire, MX-306A/G, wire diagram, RL-172
reeling machine, poles, test set, tool equipment TE-33, a
construction order, and references.

STANDARD: Install and maintain a field wire distribution
system by performing installation in accordance with the
references, and the planning document.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine construction of the field wire distribution
system based upon the tactical situation, annex K, and the
planning document.

a. Availability of material.

b. Number and types of circuits required.

c. Number of lines required.

d. Length of lines and trunk cables.

e. Time permitted for the installation effort.

f. Type of terrain.

g. Transmission characteristics of types of
installation.

2. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

3. Install field wire per TM 11-381 and TM 11-5995-208-10.

4. Determine type of wire construction.

a. Aerial.

b. Surface.

c. Direct buried.

d. Combination of the above three types.

5. Select routes for both subscriber line and trunk cables.

a. Number of aerial crossings.

b. Number of buried crossings.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-15


c. Type of terrain.

d. Type of construction most suitable to available
wire-laying equipment.

e. Distance.

f. Concealment of wire party during construction and
maintenance.

6. Install surface lines directly on the ground.

a. Install loosely with slack to permit construction
change.

b. Attach to trees or stakes to prevent pedestrian or
vehicular traffic from disrupting installation.

c. Mark and identify line/cable with tags to simplify
identification and troubleshooting.

d. Perform operational check after attachment to
terminal.

7. Install equipment and aerial lines within command post
areas.

a. Utilize trees as available or PO-2 lance poles for
support.

b. As span is installed tie securely at both ends.

c. Ensure placement of 6 inches of line sag for every 25
feet of span length.

d. Maintain minimum road clearance for primary and
secondary roads.

e. Lash PO-2 poles together for required road clearance.

f. Erect and securely guy the span.

g. Mark and identify tag line/cable.

8. Install aerial lines using in-place utility poles, if
available.

9. Install direct buried lines/cable.

a. Dig trench 6-12 inches deep (3 feet in tracked vehicle
environment).

b. Install line/cable loosely.

c. Place stakes and the line/cable at each end of
trench.

d. Backfill the trench.

e. Mark and identify.

10. Consult CEOI for marking and identifying line/cable and
tag.

a. Road, buried and aerial crossings.

b. Communication centers.

c. Telephones, repeaters, switchboards, and test points.

d. Line/cable distribution branch routes.

11. Construct and install test points or Intermediate
Distribution Frame (IDF), utilizing terminal strip TM-184
or Terminal Box TA-125/GT.

a. At point of circuit divergence.

b. End of line/trunk not terminating in switchboard.

c. Probable future locations of command posts.

12. Maintain installation records which include circuit
diagram, line/cable routes, and traffic diagrams.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-16


13. Provide daily subscriber line/cable maintenance on all
working circuits.

a. Analyze faults, determine location, clear the trouble.

b. Reroute high priority circuits to spare lines or
trunks.

c. Use wire patrols to repair trouble and improve line
construction.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-381, Cable Assembly

2. FM 24-20, Tactical Wire and Cable Techniques

3. TM 11-2262-4, Outside Plant Construction and Maintenance

4. TM 11-3895-201-13P, Operator, Organizational and Field
Maintenance Repair Parts

5. FM 24-25, Wire and Multichannel Reference Data

6. TM 11-5995-208-10, Operator's Manual for Cable Assembly

7. TM 11-5805-243-12, Operator and Organizational Maintenance
Manual: Telephone Set TA-1/PT


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)

_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.4 OPERATE AUTOMATIC TELEPHONE SWITCHBOARD

CONDITION(S): Given an SB-3614(V)/TT automatic telephone
switchboard, an operation order, standard power source, wiring
diagram, telephone sets, field wire, and the references.

STANDARD: Operate automatic telephone switchboard by setting
up the equipment and establishing voice, teletypewriter, and/or
data communications through the switchboard per the
references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up equipment.

a. Depress pressure relief valve.

b. Remove covers.

c. Ground equipment with furnished ground rod.

d. Connect equipment to 24 vdc power source.

e. Install stand-by power.

f. Program each channel according to annex K of the
operations order and the operator's manual.

g. Terminate each subscriber telephone wire pair according
to wiring diagram in annex K or the cable cut sheet.

h. Install TA-312/PT or TA-838/TT telephone sets at
subscriber locations.

3. Apply power to switchboard.

4. Monitor failure lamps.

5. Establish communications with both subscribers and distant
switching systems by placing test calls.

6. Provide call processing assistance as required by extending
calls or setting up conferences.

7. Maintain continuity by troubleshooting breakdowns and
correcting deficiencies.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-17


8. Advise wire chief of line and trunk outages in a timely
matter.

9. Conduct first echelon maintenance using applicable
manuals.

10. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5805-695-12, Operator's Manual, Automatic Telephone
Switchboard SB-3614/TT

2. TM 11-5805-650-12&P, Operator's and Organizational
Maintenance Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.5 OPERATE COMMUNICATIONS CENTRAL

CONDITION(S): Given a fully equipped communications central,
camouflage, wiring from an external communications system to
establish a communication path, a standard power source, and
references.

STANDARD: Set up equipment per the operator's manual without
compromising security regulations, ensuring that a
communications link is established. Operate communications
central per operator's manual to transmit and receive message
traffic.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to all safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up equipment per operator's manual:

a. Set up camouflage.

b. Set up power source.

c. Ground facility.

d. Connect power cable.

e. Test for proper power indications by rotating the power
panel switch, searching for 110 volts on power meter.

f. Turn on main circuit breaker.

g. Turn on voltage regulators.

h. Turn on environmental conditioning unit (ECU).

i. Turn on teletypewriter terminals.

j. Turn on communications security (COMSEC) equipment.

k. Ensure correct connectivity with receiver-transmitter
(RT) device or unit.

l. Coordinate liaison with communications path supplier.

3. Liaison with supporting communications element to ensure
communications link is established.

4. Operate communications central to transmit and receive
message traffic:

a. Ensure COMSEC equipment is operating properly.

b. Maintain communications circuit continuity.

c. Ensure message traffic is in proper format per ACP
126.


Appendix F to
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6-F-18


d. Ensure message traffic has not been compromised.

e. Ensure message traffic is forwarded to designated
personnel.

5. Perform first echelon maintenance on authorized
equipment.

6. Disestablish communications connectivity.

7. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 07737A-15, Operations and Maintenance, Communications
Central AN/MSC-63

2. ACP 126, Communication Instructions-Teletypewriter
(Teleprinter) Procedures

3. Local Communications SOP


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.

2. This task may be performed with any of the above listed
communications centrals.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.6 OPERATE COMSEC KEYING DEVICE

CONDITION(S): Given a keying control device, field wire and/or
assigned frequencies, radios, COMSEC equipment, keying
material, and operator's manual.

STANDARD: Operate keying control device by setting up the
equipment per the operator's manual, loading it with keying
material, and attaching it to the COMSEC device. Key a remote
station and establish communications using the new keys.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up equipment and install batteries.

3. Load keying device with current keying material.

4. Ensure keying material is loaded:

a. Turn device on.

b. Place rotary switch to appropriate selector variable.

c. Push rubber plunger and ensure red light visual
indication appears.

5. Connect keying device to cryptographic device.

6. Perform first echelon maintenance on equipment.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5810-372-12, Technical Manual, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-57

2. KAO-154, Operating Instruction, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-65

3. TSEC/KYK-13 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

4. TSEC/KYK-15 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

5. KOI-18 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-19


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task may be performed with either of the above listed
cryptographic devices with cryptographic loading devices.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.7 OPERATE MANUAL TELEPHONE SWITCHBOARD

CONDITION(S): Given one or more SB-22/PT manual telephone
switchboards, standard power source, wiring diagram, a prewired
telephone system, and the reference

STANDARD: Operate manual telephone switchboard by setting up
the equipment per TM 11-5805-262-12 and establishing telephone
circuits, remote controlled radio circuits, and/or voice
frequency (VF) teletypewriter circuits through the
switchboard.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up equipment per TM 11-5805-262-12:

a. Unpack equipment.

b. Install BA-30 batteries.

c. Ground equipment.

d. Connect each subscriber telephone field wire pair
according to wiring diagram in annex K.

e. Test each subscriber line to ensure continuity.

3. Establish communications with both subscribers and
interface with distant switching systems.

4. Maintain continuity by troubleshooting breakdowns and
correcting deficiencies.

5. Advise wire chief of line and trunk outages in a timely
manner.

6. Perform first echelon maintenance on equipment.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5805-262-12, Switchboard Telephone Manual
SB-22/PT


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)

_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.8 INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/MRC-138A RADIO SET

CONDITION(S): Provided AN/MRC-138A, frequency, designated site,
hazardous warning signs, and the reference.

STANDARD: Install and operate AN/MRC-138 in accordance with
the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Assume AN/GRC-193 Radio Set is previously installed in
Electrical Equipment Rack MT-6014/GRC-194 and install the
ground.

2. Ensure cables are tightly and properly connected.

3. Install AT-1011 whip antenna or AS-2259 as applicable.

4. Ensure placement of warning signs.

5. Apply power.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-20


6. Connect handset for voice operation.

7. Set Side Band and Mode switches.

8. Select desired operating frequency.

9. Conduct operational check.

10. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance in accordance
with the reference.

11. Dismantle for transport or storage.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 07749A/07743A-12/1


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.9 INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/PSC-2 DIGITAL
COMMUNICATION TERMINAL (DCT)

CONDITION(S): Provided an AN/PSC-2 connected to designated
radio equipment, an assigned station on a HF/VHF/UHF radio net,
frequency, call sign, and reference.

STANDARD: Install AN/PSC-2 and successfully operate by
transmitting and receiving a free-text message and digitized
map data.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Connect external power source (28 VDC or 115/220 VAC) or
use internal battery source.

2. Apply power and load application program using DCT or
ancillary Program Entry Device (PED).

3. Use Map Generation Unit to enter map or other graphic data
into the DCT.

4. Connect "Y" interface cable to communications source or
COMSEC device.

5. Perform message functions:

a. Compose

b. Review

c. Edit

d. Save

e. Delete

f. Print

6. Transmit and receive free text and digitized map
messages.

7. Conduct self test.

8. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance.

9. Dismantle for storage or extended transit.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 08487A-12&P/1

2. TM 08487A-30&P/3

3. DB 1-88


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-21


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.10 INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/UCX-7 LIGHTWEIGHT
DIGITAL FACSIMILE

CONDITION(S): Provided with a complete AN/UXC-7, power source,
signal path, and the reference.

STANDARD: Install and operate AN/UXC-7 so that it is fully
operational in accordance with the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Site the equipment.

2. Connect signal cables and voice or wire communications
equipment to the AN/UXC-7.

3. Ground the equipment and connect power cable.

4. Apply power and initiate self test procedures for
performance testing and trouble diagnosis.

5. Load copy paper and set switches in accordance with the
reference.

6. Select appropriate data format.

7. Conduct, transmit, and receive operations with distant
terminal.

8. Dismantle for transport or storage.

9. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance in accordance
with technical manuals.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5815-615-10

2. TM 09955A-10/1


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.11 OPERATE OFF-LINE CRYPTOGRAPHIC DEVICE

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational KL-51 off-line
cryptographic device, keying material, a narrative message to
be encrypted/decrypted, and KAO-194.

STANDARD: Operate off-line cryptographic device by setting up
the device, performing a system check, and encrypting/decrypting
a message.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Set up cryptographic device.

2. Load keying material into off-line cryptographic device.

3. Perform system check.

4. Operate cryptographic device to encrypt/decrypt a narrative
message.

5. Zeroize device and return to preoperational condition.

6. Secure device.

7. Perform first echelon maintenance on equipment.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-22


REFERENCE(S):

1. KAO-194, Operating Instruction, Off-line Cryptographic
Device KL-51


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.12 OPERATE ON-LINE RACK MOUNTED COMSEC DEVICE

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational communications central
containing a TSEC/KG-84 on-line COMSEC device, COMSEC keying
material, text to be transmitted, and the reference.

STANDARD: Operate on-line COMSEC device by setting up
equipment, performing system checks, establishing secure
communications, and transmitting and receiving message traffic
through the device per the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Ensure COMSEC device is compatible with the distant end
equipment.

2. Set up COMSEC device per TM 11-5810-308-10.

3. Install batteries.

4. Preset external settings according to operational
requirements.

5. Load COMSEC device with keying device.

6. Perform equipment checks per the operator's manual.

7. Establish secure communications.

8. Operate on-line COMSEC device to transmit and receive
message text.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5810-308-10, Operator's Manual, TSEC/KG-84


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Must load keying device before performing this task.

2. Task applicable to both fixed-station and mobile
environments.

3. Task applicable to Marines assigned to FMF units and Naval
Security Group activities.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.13 OPERATE RADIO SET WITH COMMUNICATIONS
SECURITY (COMSEC) EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given a manpacked, vehicle-mounted, fixed-site,
or shelter-installed radio set, COMSEC equipment, crypto
loading device, crypto variables, standard power source, a
communications link, Communication-Electronic Operating
Instruction (CEOI), and operator's manual.

STANDARD: Operate the radio set with COMSEC equipment,
properly select frequencies and callsigns, initiate a secure
transmission, and transmit and receive traffic.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up the radio in accordance with the operator's manual.

3. Ensure COMSEC equipment is compatible with radio in use.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-23


4. Erect antenna and connect the radio set.

5. Attach power source.

6. Activate power to equipment.

7. Set loading device according to key settings specified in
keylist.

8. Insert key into COMSEC equipment.

9. Turn radio power on and switch COMSEC device to CIPHER.

10. Tune radio to the correct frequency and select callsigns
according to the CEOI.

11. Press PUSH-TO-TALK switch and wait for three short rapid
beeps and one lower-pitched beep.

12. Verify correct key has been loaded.

13. Initiate a secure transmission.

14. Transmit and receive and sign-off the air using proper
radio procedures per FMFM 3-3 and ACP 125.

15. Zeroize COMSEC equipment.

16. Dismantle equipment for transport and storage.

17. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-667-12, Radio Set AN/PRC-77

2. TM 11-5820-401-10-1, Radio Set AN/VRC-12

3. TM 11-5895-1182-20, Radio Set AN/PSC-3

4. TM 08487A-12 & P/1, Digital Communications Terminal
(AN/PSC-2)

5. TM 11-5820-401-12, Radio Set AN/VRC-46

6. TM 11-5810-372-12, Technical Manual, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-8/28/38

7. KAO-153A/TSEC Operating Instruction

8. KAO-154, Operating Instruction, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-65

9. TSEC/KYK-38 Nestor Keying Device

10. TSEC/KYK-13 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

11. TSEC/KYK-15 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

12. KOI-18 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

13. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

14. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task may be performed with any of the above listed
radio sets and COMSEC equipment and is applicable to both
fixed site and mobile environments.


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-24


TASK: 2651.3.14 INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/UGC-74(V)3
COMMUNICATIONS TERMINAL

CONDITION(S): Provided with two AN/UGC-74(V)3, a communications
path, and the references.

STANDARD: Install and operate a AN/UGC-74(V)3 linked to
another and transmit and receive record traffic
communications.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Properly ground the terminal.

2. Properly activate switches on interface assembly after
extending the terminal.

3. Apply power and initialize system.

4. Perform self test procedure.

5. Verify receive/transmit circuitry is functioning properly
by performing a loopback test.

6. Connect battery and perform a battery backup test.

7. Establish communications with a distant station.

8. Compose message, edit, add header information and
transmit.

9. Receive message from distant terminal.

10. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.

11. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manuals.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5815-602-12/24P, AN/UGC-74A(V)3 Terminal,
Communications

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.15 INSTALL AND OPERATE AN/PSC-3 MANPACK
SATELLITE TERMINAL

CONDITION(S): Provided with two AN/PSC-3 terminals,
frequencies, callsigns, an assigned station on a net, and the
reference.

STANDARD: Install, operate, and maintain reliable
communications with other stations on the net or in a
point-to-point configuration.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Properly ground the terminal.

2. Operate in line-of-sight mode:

a. Set function, mode, and call switches for LOS
operation.

b. Adjust to assigned frequency.

c. Transmit and receive messages.

3. Operate in satellite mode:

a. Set function, mode, and call switches for satellite
operation.

b. Adjust frequency controls to assigned frequencies.

c. Conduct operational checks.

4. Perform self test procedure.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-25


5. Establish clear communications on the net.

6. Establish communications with a distant station.

7. Perform operator level maintenance.

8. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.

REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-58951130-10

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.16 OPERATE TELETYPEWRITER SET

CONDITION(S): Given fully operational teletypewriter set, a
communications path, a standard power source, text to be
transmitted, DOI-103, and operator's manual.

STANDARD: Operate teletypewriter set by preparing,
transmitting, and receiving message text from the keyboard per the
operator's manual.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Set up equipment per the operator's manual:

a. Connect teletypewriter set to power source.

b. Connect batteries for memory storage.

c. Turn on teletypewriter.

d. Ensure self-test complies with operational
requirements.

e. Interface teletypewriter with selected communications
security (COMSEC) devices by using appropriate cable
per applicable operator's manual.

2. Operate teletypewriter set per the operator's manual and
DOI-103 to:

a. Type message.

b. Edit message.

c. Correct message.

d. Send message.

e. Receive message.

f. Print received message.

3. Perform first echelon maintenance on equipment.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5815-602-12/24P, AN/UGC-74A(V)3 Terminal,
Communications

2. DOI-103, Defense Special Security System Operating
Instructions


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-26


TASK: 2651.3.17 PREPARE COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL DEVICES FOR
OPERATION

CONDITION(S): Given a computer, computer software, peripheral
devices, standard power source, Disk Operating System (DOS)
User's Manual.

STANDARD: Prepare computer and peripheral devices for
operation by connecting the peripheral devices to the computer,
powering up the computer, and loading the operating system and
software per the operator's manual without compromising
safety/tempest regulations.


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety/tempest regulations at all times.

2. Connect peripheral devices to computer.

3. Connect power source to computer.

4. Load software.

5. Perform operation check of system and peripherals.

6. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on computer
and peripherals per user's manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOS User's Manual

2. Grid OS User's Manual

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.18 INSTALL RADIO SET CONTROL GROUP AN/GRA-39B
FOR REMOTE OPERATION

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, fully operational radio
equipment, remote device, standard power source, WD-1/TT field
wire, and operator's manual.

STANDARD: Install a control group for remote operation by
setting up antenna and radio transmission device, connecting
the remote device to the radio, and initiating communications
per the operator's manual without compromising safety
regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify site for remote setup:

a. Consider transmission and reception capabilities.

b. Consider cover and concealment.

c. Consider terrain characteristics.

d. Consider proximity of other electromagnetic
interference (EMI).

2. Set up antenna and equipment at predetermined site.

a. Cut and install field wire from antenna to radio
transmission device.

b. Set up receiver-transmitter (RT) for operation.

c. Connect remote control cable between RT and remote
control equipment.

d. Attach antenna to radio.

e. Cut and install field wire to remote device.

f. Attach communications security (COMSEC) equipment to
remote control unit.



Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-27


g. Connect handset to remote control unit.

h. Use push to talk operation to control the RT from the
radio set control group.

3. Apply power to equipment, adhering to safety
requirements.

4. Transmit from the handset of the Remote Unit of the
AN/GRA-398 to the distant station.

5. Troubleshoot equipment, as required.

6. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance in accordance
with applicable manuals.

7. Dismantle equipment for transport or storage.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-477-12, Radio Set Control Group AN/GRA-39B

2. TM 11-5820-667-12, Radio Set AN/PRC-77

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.19 OPERATE THE ABOVEBOARD SYSTEM

CONDITION(S): Given a complete set of software, applicable
computer hardware, and the references.

STANDARD: Load and operate the ABOVEBOARD system in accordance
with the Operations Manual to send and receive messages.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Power up the ABOVEBOARD system.

2. Load the system software and log on.

3. Monitor real time status information.

4. Create messages utilizing the following options:

a. Interactive message preparation.

b. Preformatted headers.

c. Free format.

d. Service message.

e. Optical Character Reader (OCR).

5. Perform the following queue functions:

a. Transmit all files.

b. Copy selected messages to a floppy disk.

c. Scan queue information for a word or phrase.

d. Copy a range of messages from a queue to the equivalent
queue on another disk.

e. Print a range of messages.

6. Assign a port for each of the following functions:


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-28


a. Relay functions.

b. Serial printer.

c. Paper tape punch.

d. Collection position.

e. OPSCOMM messages.

f. Communication circuit.

7. Perform changes to the physical line configuration chart.

8. Utilize procedures to create and maintain accountability
designations.

9. Utilize procedures to adjust the following system
parameters:

a. Service format.

b. Station routing indicator.

c. Switch routing indicator.

d. Content indicator code.

e. Default DDI.

f. Assign date time group.

10. Perform disk maintenance routine for the following:

a. Disk drive assignments.

b. Disk storage availability.

c. Initialization of a new disk.

d. Archive retention and cleanup.


REFERENCE(S):

1. NAVSECGRU JQR for ABOVEBOARD Operations

2. Local Unit SOP


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task is applicable only to Marines assigned to Naval
Security Group activities.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.20 OPERATE THE TACINTEL LINK CONTROL FACILITY
(TLCF)

CONDITION(S): Given a fully equipped TLCF and the
references.

STANDARD: Operate the TLCF in accordance with the references
to transmit and receive message traffic.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Perform a routine startup of the TACINTEL suite.

2. Initialize the ON-143 and KG-35.

3. Reinitialize TACINTEL from disk.

4. Reinitialize TACINTEL from magnetic tape.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-29


5. Set up TACINTEL pages for normal operations and processing of
traffic.

6. Transmit RECORD message traffic via TACINTEL.

7. Transmit OPSCOMM message traffic via TACINTEL.

8. Transmit BE-3 message traffic via TACINTEL.

9. Provide current satellite channelization information to
TACINTEL equipped units.

10. Conduct first echelon maintenance using applicable
manuals.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FSCS 206-9, Volume II, Revision 4, TACINTEL Link Control
Facility Operator's Manual

2. KAO-137E, Operating Instruction, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KG-35

3. NSGINST S2501.1, Special Security Communications Manual

4. NAVSECGRU JQR for TACINTEL Link Control Facility Operator


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task is applicable only to Marines assigned to Naval
Security Group activities.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.3.21 OPERATE THE STREAMLINER SYSTEM

CONDITION(S): Given a fully equipped STREAMLINER system,
established communications path, and the references.

STANDARD: Operate the STREAMLINER system in accordance with the
references to transmit and receive traffic.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Energize the Central Processing Unit and monitor the Halt,
Reset, and Local Sense switches.

2. Power-up the solid state drum.

3. Utilize keyboard functions of the Model 40 CRT to prepare
and release messages.

4. Participate in the CRITIC Exercise program by successfully
formatting and transmitting a CRITIC message.

5. Using the Line Multiplex Unit (LMU) switch physical lines
from one system to another.

6. Properly mount, load, and dismount a magnetic tape.

7. Properly load and unload disk packs.

8. Transmit a DD-173 message using OCR processing.

9. Identify error codes on messages defaulted to the switch
supervisor position and take corrective action.

10. Perform patching steps to spare off a line or equipment,
or monitor the line or printer using the Cooke Dyna-Patch
Panel.


REFERENCE(S):

1. STREAMLINER Operator's Manual

2. NAVSECGRU JQR for STREAMLINER System Operations.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-30


3. Cryptographic Operating Instructions (COI) 104

4. DSSCS Operating Instructions (DOI) 103

5. USSID 508 (classified title)

6. Local Unit SOP


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task is applicable to Marines resident in FMF units
and NAVSECGRU or NSA activities in possession of the
STREAMLINE system.


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 4 - SECURITY PROCEDURES


TASK: 2651.4.1 PERFORM SPECIAL SECURITY FUNCTIONS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of personnel and
their clearance levels, security requirements, security control
equipment to include an inventory of destructive devices, a log
detailing inventory of classified materials and location, DOD
5200.2R, DOD 5210.M2, DOD 5210.M2, DOD 5210.M3, DCID 1/14, DCID
1/19, DCID 1/21, OPNAVINST 5510.1, and USSID 3.

STANDARD: Perform special security functions so there is
mission accomplishment with no loss or compromise of
information.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Update Emergency Action Plan (EAP).

a. Ensure classifications including priorities are
labeled on items.

b. List means of destroying data or equipment.

c. Ensure devices are close at hand and in a secure
place.

d. Outline security procedures or missions of each
individual.

e. Outline what level EAP is required.

f. Designate who would implement plan.

2. Ensure physical security.

a. Tactical Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
(T-SCIF)

b. Fixed site.

3. Ensure tempest security.

4. Ensure personnel security.

a. Ensure appropriate clearance level of personnel.

b. Determine need to know.

c. Give mission brief emphasizing security conditions.

5. Ensure information security.

a. Sanitization.

b. Automated Data Processing (ADP) security.

c. Message distribution/courier responsibility.


Appendix F to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-F-31


d. Classification.

6. Familiarize with administrative procedures in references.

REFERENCE(S):

1. DOD 5200.2R (classified title)

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)

5. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/14

6. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/19

7. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/21

8. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

9. USSID 3 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. EAP is a simulation. No destruction of Government property
will take place.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.4.2 IMPLEMENT CLASSIFIED MATERIAL CONTROL
PROCEDURES

CONDITION(S): Given a list of controlled publications, log
books, list of units requesting documents and their clearance
level, OPNAVINST 5510.1, DOD 5210.M1, DOD 5210.M2, and DOD
5210.M3.

STANDARD: Implement classified material control procedures so
that no loss, compromise, or inadvertent disclosure of
information occurs.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Appoint Classified Material System (CMS) custodian.

2. Ensure CMS functions are carried out.

3. Establish liaison with SSO or establish SSO.

4. Establish access requirements/procedures.

a. Ensure access to publications is controlled.

b. Control access to facilities.

c. Identify personnel who have access to materials and
facilities.

d. Establish need to know.

5. Establish classified material registry of controlled
documents, and ensure it is updated and kept current.

6. Establish classified materials sign in/sign out
procedures.

a. Log controlled publications.

b. Ensure publications/working aids are properly signed
out when checked out.

c. Ensure accountability of documents is maintained.


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7. Establish classified materials storage procedures, ensuring
materials are secure.

8. Establish destruction accountability procedures.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.4.3 ESTABLISH TACTICAL SENSITIVE COMPARTMENTED
INFORMATION FACILITY (T-SCIF)


CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel and their clearance levels, topographical map of area
of operation, threat signals technical data, security
requirements, DCID 1/21, OPNAVINST 5510.1, and DIAM 50-3.

STANDARD: Establish T-SCIF ensuring mission accomplishment
with no loss or compromise of information.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze mission.

2. Coordinate/determine location.

a. Consider terrain.

b. Consider friendly capabilities.

c. Consider threat capabilities.

3. Ensure physical security.

4. Ensure tempest security.

5. Ensure personnel security.

a. Ensure appropriate clearance level of personnel.

b. Determine need to know.

c. Give mission brief emphasizing security conditions.

6. Ensure information security.

a. Sanitization.

b. Automated Data Processing (ADP) security.

c. Message distribution/courier responsibility.

d. Classification


REFERENCE(S):

1. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/21

2. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

3. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) 50-3


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6-F-33


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.4.4 CLASSIFY MATERIAL ACCORDING TO CONTENT


CONDITION(S): Given locally generated material, classification
guide, technical guidance, and USSID 300.

STANDARD: Classify material be reviewing its contents and
classifying per the classification guide and USSID 300.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review materials to determine classification:

a. Top Secret.

b. Secret.

c. Confidential.

2. Classify materials as appropriate per USSID 300.

3. Classify individual paragraphs according to content.

4. Physically mark classified material to identify the
determined level of classification.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DoD C-5105.21M-1 w/Navy Supplement (classified title)

3. DoD C-5105.21M-2 (classified title)

4. DoD C-5105.21M-3 (classified title)

5. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task performed primarily in a supervisory position.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.4.5 CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY (TRANSEC)
TRAINING


CONDITION(S): Given a lesson plan outline, a training
situation, threat assessments, Marine Corps training
regulations, technical documentation, and two radios.

STANDARD: Upon completion of the period of instruction the
students will be able to employ TRANSEC procedures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Familiarize radio operators with the radio net operation
concept.

a. Operating rules, callsign usage, and phonetic
alphabet.

b. Types of nets.

c. Types of callsigns.

d. Types of calls.

e. Operating procedures.


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2. Familiarize radio operators with net establishment concepts.

a. Tuning.

b. Net opening.

c. Net closing.

3. Familiarize radio operators with standard message
handling.

a. Message format.

b. Receipting.

4. Familiarize radio operators with TRANSEC precepts:

a. Short, concise authorized transmissions.

b. Basic radio transmission rules in accordance with FM
24-1.

c. Use of excessive transmitting power.

d. Excessive time consumption.

e. Speaking at speeds greater than receiving
operator's capability.

f. Reduction of operator distinguishing characteristics.

g. Random schedule operation.

h. Proper use of authentication aids.

i. Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI).

j. Proper disclosure of classified information in radio
transmission (BEADWINDOW).

5. Set up training situation with two radios.

6. Monitor circuit to observe use of radio communication
procedures.

7. Evaluate performance and provide remedial instruction as
necessary.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook

2. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

3. FM 24-1, Combat Communications (How to Fight)

4. FM 24-18, Field Radio Techniques

5. FM 24-33, Communications Techniques: Electronic
Counter-Countermeasures

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Instructor may work with individual or multiple students.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.4.6 RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, classified material
receipt log book, DOD 5200.33R, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.


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STANDARD: Receive classified material ensuring receipt card is
signed and mailed back to originator and the log book is
completed to include date, classification, subject, originator,
storage, and control number per guidance in DOD 5200.33R and
OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Sign receipt card.

2. Mail card back to originator.

3. Complete entry in log book to include:

a. Date.

b. Classification.

c. Subject.

d. Originator.

e. Storage location.

f. Control number.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOD 5200.33R, Defense Courier Service Regulations

2. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.4.7 DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING MATERIAL/RESIDUAL


CONDITION(S): Given outdated classified working
material/residual, classified material destruction reports, a
method of destruction, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Destroy classified material/residual in such a
manner that no part is recoverable and document classified
material destruction in logs per OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive authorization for destruction of classified
materials:

2. Complete classified material destruction report
including the following information per OPNAVINST 5510.1:

a. Title.

b. Control number.

c. Originator.

d. Copy number.

3. Ensure information in classified material report is
accurate.

4. Verify destruction of materials before actual
destruction.

5. Destroy materials.

6. Provide Special Security Officer with report.

7. File copy of report.

8. Delete destroyed materials from publications inventory.


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6-F-36


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Actual destruction of documents may be simulated.

2. This task will be accomplished in the presence of a
witness.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.4.8 MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR CLASSIFIED
MATERIALS

CONDITION(S): Given classified materials, a facility
authorized to store classified materials [fixed site or
Tactical Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
(T-SCIF)], log books, list of units requesting documents and
their clearance level, security regulations, classified
material control resources, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Maintain physical security for classified materials
in a fixed site or T-SCIF per OPNAVINST 5510.1 by ensuring
materials are inventoried, secured, and controlled.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive classified material observing TPI (two person
integrity).

2. Ensure security procedures for a fixed site are
maintained.

a. Enforce classified materials sign-in/sign-out
procedures.

(1) Assign control number to all documents.

(2) Ensure classified materials are properly signed
out when checked out.

(3) Ensure classified materials are inventoried.

b. Enforce access procedures.

(1) Control access to classified materials.

(2) Control access to facilities.

(3) Ensure only authorized personnel have access to
materials.

c. Enforce classified materials storage procedures.

(1) Ensure classified materials are secured open
storage.

(2) Ensure classified materials are secured closed
storage.

d. Ensure tempest security is maintained.

3. Ensure security procedures for T-SCIF are maintained.

a. Inform adjudicator of mission requirements:

(1) Location.

(2) Classified materials to be taken.

(3) Duration of exercise.

(4) Means of communication.

b. Ensure T-SCIF is set up in accordance with pertinent
directives.

(1) Ensure physical security is enforced.



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(2) Ensure information security is enforced.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)

5. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) 50-3


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.4.9 PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, an emergency action
plan (EAP), an emergency situation, emergency destruction
materials, and local Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

STANDARD: Perform emergency action procedures per the EAP,
local SOP, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine EAP requirements:

a. Volume, level, and sensitivity.

b. Amount of usage.

c. Proximity to hostile forces or countries and countries
with unstable governments.

d. Time constraints.

2. Determine priority of materials for salvage/destruction.

3. Destroy classified materials.

4. Ensure destruction reports are submitted to the Special
Security Officer (SSO).

5. Ensure salvaged materials are moved to secure location.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. CSP-1, Cryptographic Security Policy and Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. An emergency condition may be simulated for training
purposes.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.4.10 PERFORM INVENTORY OF COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given COMSEC material, security regulations,
COMSEC material inventory forms, CMS-4, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.


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6-F-38


STANDARD: Perform inventory of COMSEC material ensuring all
material is accounted for and COMSEC material inventory forms
are properly completed per CMS-4.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine when inventory is required:

a. Change of custodian.

b. Change of command.

c. Annual inventory.

d. Combined inventory.

2. Receive approval and inventory list from Defense Classified
Material System (DCMS).

3. Inform DCMS of intent to conduct inventory:

a. When.

b. Type.

4. Conduct inventory:

a. Change of custodian.

b. New custodian and incumbent review materials.

c. Must sign and initial each page and each item.

5. Identify material compromise/inadvertent destruction or
loss.

6. Take appropriate action per CMS-4.

7. Obtain signature from Commanding Officer (CO) and submit to
DCMS.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. CMS-4, Communications Security Material System Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task is performed by OccFld 2600 personnel assigned as
CMS Custodian.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.4.11 PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL FOR TRANSFER

CONDITION(S): Given classified material to be transferred,
packaging materials, classification stamps, classified material
transfer forms, OPNAVINST 5510.1, USSID 503, and DOD
5200.33R.

STANDARD: Prepare classified material for transfer ensuring
receipts are prepared and material is packaged and marked for
adequate security protection per OPNAVINST 5510.1, USSID 503,
and DOD 5200.33R.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Prepare classified materials for hand carried transfer.

a. Prepare wrap materials:

(1) Prepare inner wrapper including classification of
material, return address, and classification stamp.

(2) Prepare outer wrapper.


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b. Prepare carrying materials:

(1) On base transfer of materials.

(2) Off base transfer of materials (ensure individual
has courier card or courier letter).

2. Prepare classified materials for mailing transfer per USSID
503.

a. Prepare non-Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)
material, SECRET or below, for transfer via registered
mail.

b. Prepare SCI material for transfer via Defense Courier
Service (DEFCOS) per DOD 5200.33R:

(1) Prepare inner wrapper including classification of
material, DEFCOS addresses, classification stamp,
and receipt card.

(2) Prepare outer wrapper including DEFCOS addresses.

3. Release materials to courier for delivery.

4. Complete classified materials transfer forms.

5. Ensure materials have been received by return of receipt
card.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. USSID 503 (classified title)

3. DOD 5200.33R, Defense Courier Service Regulations

4. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/7

5. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/14

6. CMS-4, Communications Security Material System Manual

7. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

8. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2651.4.12 PREPARE SPECIAL BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION
(SBI)

CONDITION(S): Given SBI forms and paperwork, personnel,
personnel's medical and military records, OPNAVINST 5510.1,
DCID 1/14, and DoD INST C505.21M-1.

STANDARD: Prepare SBI by conducting personnel screening per
OPNAVINST 5510.1 and DCID 1/14, reviewing personnel's military
and medical records, and ensuring SBI forms are filled out per
OPNAVINST 5510.1 and DoD INST C505.21M-1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Conduct personnel screening interview per OPNAVINST
5510.1.

2. Determine if individual meets requirements of DCID 1/14.

3. Conduct local records check of individual to include
medical records military police, Naval Investigative
Service, and Service Record Book.

4. Provide personnel with appropriate forms and ensure that
they are completed per OPNAVINST 5510.1 and Naval Supplement
to DoD C505.21-1.

5. Forward completed investigative forms to adjudicative
authority.


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REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/14

3. DoD C-5105.21M-1 w/Navy Supplement (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task is performed in a Special Security Officer (SSO)
billet only.


_______________________________________________________________


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MOS 267X, CRYPTOLOGIC LINGUIST


DUTY AREA 1 - EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION AND OPERATION


TASK: 267X.1.1 ERECT FIELD EXPEDIENT ANTENNAS

CONDITION(S): Given a tactical situation, mission, radio set,
antenna wire, antenna coax, insulators, halyards, wire cutters,
measuring device, operating frequency, formulas for cutting
antennas, a compass, and references.

STANDARD: Erect field expedient antennas by selecting the
antenna type, cutting the antenna wire to the proper length for
the operating frequency, insulating the antenna, configuring
the antenna toward the target, and grounding the antenna
without compromising safety regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Select site based on tactical situation to support the
mission:

a. Consider transmission and reception capabilities.

b. Consider cover and concealment.

c. Consider terrain characteristics.

d. Consider proximity to other electromagnetic
interference (EMI).

e. Consider obstructions.

f. Consider distance to target.

g. Consider elevation.

h. Consider location of friendly forces.

2. Determine how to erect antennas based on tactical
situation.

a. Consider threat activity.

b. Consider physical safety.

c. Consider electrical safety.

3. Determine type of antenna needed.

a. Frequency spectrum.

b. Polarization.

c. Directivity.

d. Wavelength.

4. Cut antenna wire to desired length.

5. Insulate antenna.

6. Attach antenna coax to antenna.

7. Erect/anchor antenna.

8. Configure antenna toward target.

9. Attach antenna to radio set.

10. Ground antenna/radio.


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6-G-1



REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-666, Antennas and Radio Propagation

2. FM 11-64 (classified title)

3. FM 24-18, Field Radio Techniques


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefor,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.1.2 ERECT RC-292 ANTENNA

CONDITION(S): Provided RC-292, designated site, and the
reference.

STANDARD: Erect RC-292 in accordance with the reference.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Select your site. Ensure the area is clear of obstructions
such as power lines. If there are power lines near the site
the antenna must not be any closer than twice the height of
the antenna.

2. Place the Base Plate, with the cleats up, where the antenna
is to be erected.

3. Drive the Swivel Stake through the center hole of the Base
Plate with the Mallet.

4. Drive three Guy Stakes at a 45 degree angle into the earth
facing away from the mast at a distance of 15 feet from the
center of the cleats on the Base Plate. The three stakes
must be 120 degrees apart. The distance of 15 feet is
equal to the length of six mast sections fitted together.

5. Tie the flexible end of each of the three guy straps around
the three ground stakes. Use a "cowhitch" so that tension
on the metal ring will hold the guy straps securely.

6. Assemble five additional mast sections (AB-35) and join
them with the six already assembled, inserting one guy
plate between the sixth and seventh sections of the mast
assembly.

7. Place the second guy plate over the end of the eleventh
section of the mast assembly, and add the final mast
section.

8. Rotate the mast assembly about the swivel stake until its
free and is midway between two of the guy stakes.

9. Assemble the vertical element (check frequency for the
number of elements required).

10. Assemble the ground plane elements (check frequency for
the number of elements required).

11. Insert the vertical and ground plane elements into the
sockets of the antenna base MP-68 with the vertical
elements going into the socket at the top of the antenna
base.

12. Place the antenna base over the top mast section of the
previously assembled mast and tighten the vise. Position
the MP-68 so that two of the ground place elements rest on
the ground.

13. Connect the coaxial cable to the antenna base. Run the
rest of the cable along the mast sections. Just below the
connector on the MP-68 make a Drip Loop and tape the coaxial
cable just below the loop and approximately every 5 feet
thereafter until approximately 4 feet from the ground.
This is done to relieve tension on the cable and the
MP-68.

14. Turn the guy plates so that one hole of each is
uppermost.


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15. Attach two guy ropes securely to the side holes of the
lower guy plate. Pass these guy ropes through their
respective side guy strap rings and then through the holes
in the appropriate base plate cleats. Form a slip knot in
each guy rope and pull the free ends through the loops of
the slip knots.

16. Snap the third guy rope in the third hole of the lower guy
plate and lay the guy rope along the mast toward the third
guy stake.

17. Attach the three guy ropes to the upper guy plate in the
same manner.

18. To raise the mast, two men coordinate movements as
follows:

a. One man stands near the swivel base and in line with
the third guy stake. The second man stands at the top
of the mast. The first man bows the top of the mast by
pulling the free guy lines taut. At the same time, the
second man, having raised the tip end of the mast to
shoulder height, walks toward the base plate,
pushing the mast upwards, while the first man walks
backwards towards the third guy stake pulling the mast
slowly and firmly erect.

19. When the mast is in the vertical position, adjust and
tighten all the guy ropes.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-348-15


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.1.3 OPERATE COUNTERMEASURES SET

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, an operation order, a fully
equipped AN/ULQ-19 countermeasures set, frequency to be jammed,
monitor receiver, power supply, and references.

STANDARD: Operate the countermeasures set to acquire a signal
and perform jamming procedures. Perform communication jamming
so that the jammed communication link is forced to employ
communications counter-countermeasures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up gear according to TM 11-5865-256-13:

a. Attach power supply to countermeasures set and ensure
proper grounding.

b. Attach antennas.

c. Initiate start up procedures.

d. Perform operational check of equipment.

3. Review operation order to determine what type of jamming to
use:

a. Barrage.

b. Spot.

4. Identify available frequencies based on target technical
data and local SOP:

a. Safety frequencies.

b. Taboo frequencies.


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c. Alternate frequencies.

5. Identify target callsigns.

6. Determine length of time and best times for jamming based
on target technical data.

7. Prioritize monitoring and jamming.

8. Operate countermeasures set to locate frequency.

9. Operate countermeasures set to begin jamming.

10. Monitor target frequencies to evaluate success of
jamming:

a. Target emissions.

b. Voice compromise.

c. Frequency changes.

11. If frequency changes, conduct frequency scan with
countermeasures set.

12. Locate target and continue jamming.

13. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on the
countermeasures set per TM 11-5865-256-13.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5865-256-13, Technical Manual, Countermeasures Set,
AN/ULQ-19(V)2


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.1.4 OPERATE DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SET

CONDITION(S): Given a fully equipped DF set, an operation
order, a standard power source, a live communication signal, a
compass, logbook, target technical data, and references.

STANDARD: Operate the DF set by setting it up per the
operator's manual without compromising safety regulations,
identifying the desired signal, and obtaining a minimum of
three lines-of-bearing (LOB) to the target signal within
equipment tolerances.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up DF set per the operator's manual.

3. Erect antenna and orient station to true north.

4. Attach power supply to DF set.

5. Power up gear.

6. Enter pertinent information as required:

a. Position.

b. Deviation in antenna.


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c. Grid location.

d. Other team locations.

7. Receive mission from DF net control.

8. Operate DF set to search for targets as required by the
operation order.

9. Operate DF set to obtain LOB's on target.

10. Maintain radio communications.

a. DF tipoffs.

b. DF flash.

c. Continue monitoring.

11. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on the DF set
per the operator's manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 08709A-10/1-2, Operator Manual, DF Set AN/PRD-10

2. TM 11-5825-278-12-2, Radio Receiver Direction Finder Set
(AN/PRD-11)

3. USSID 110 (classified title)

4. USSID 101 (classified title)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. A transmitter must be in a known location to evaluate the
accuracy of the DF performance.

2. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.

3. This task may be performed with either the AN/PRD-10 or
AN/PRD-11 DF set> Marines assigned to Naval Security Group
Activities or to NSA fulfilling National requirements will
utilize organic assets to complete this task.


4. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription,
and translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.1.5 OPERATE INTERCEPT RADIO RECEIVER

CONDITION(S): Given an AN/GRR-8 intercept radio receiver,
antennas, a standard power source, component equipments, target
technical data, and references.

STANDARD: Operate the intercept radio receiver by setting up
the equipment without compromising safety regulations,
identifying the target signal, and tune in the signal for best
reception.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up receiver.

3. Attach power source.

4. Erect and orient antennas.

5. Turn on receiver.

6. Perform operational check on headsets.


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7. Adjust tuning on receiver.

8. Operate intercept radio receiver to receive signal.

9. Identify desired signal.

a. Callsign.

b. Frequency.

10. Extract tactical information:

a. Location.

b. Fire mission

c. Coordinates.

11. Record information in log book.

12. Submit information to analysts.

13. Break down equipment.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 87699B-14/1, Installation, Operation, and Maintenance
Instruction, Radio Receiver AN/GRR-8(V)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Marines assigned to Naval Security Group Activities or NSA
fulfilling National requirements will utilize organic
assets to complete the task.


2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription,
and translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


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TASK: 267X.1.6 OPERATE RADIO INTERCEPT FACILITY

CONDITION(S): Given a radio intercept facility, antennas,
standard power source, camouflage netting, component
equipments, target technical data, a signal source, and
references.

STANDARD: Operate the radio intercept facility by setting
up the equipment and position per the operator's manual without
compromising safety/tempest regulations; acquiring, tuning in,
recording, and handcopying the signal; making voice
announcements throughout the transmission; reporting findings
to the supervisor.


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety/tempest regulations at all times.

2. Unpack equipment and set up per the operator's manual:

a. Ground the facility.

b. Ground power source.

c. Erect antennas.

d. Ground air conditioner.

e. Connect air conditioner vents to the shelter.

f. Connect power source to air conditioner.

g. Turn on air conditioner to ventilate.


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h. Connect power source to the shelter, ensuring proper
phase and proper if of electrical connectors.

i. Enter the van and monitor the phase, hertz, and voltage
settings off of the power console.

j. Apply camouflage to shelter, generator, and air
conditioner.

k. Apply power to electronic racks in the shelter.

l. Turn on multicoupler.

m. Turn on signal distribution box.

n. Turn on equipment in the racks.

o. Orient antennas to desired azimuth.

3. Set up position:

a. Select appropriate antenna through operators'
console.

b. Place recorders in stand-by mode, ensuring they are
linked to the receivers through the operator's
console.

c. Make initial voice announcement on tape recorder.

4. Receive tasking from supervisor.

5. Search for target signal receiver.

6. Operate receiver to tune in signal as required.

7. After signal is acquired, determine if it is a signal of
interest.

8. Operate rotator to adjust antenna direction for optimum
signal reception.

9. Operate recorder to record signal.

10. Concurrently handcopy signal of interest.

11. Ensure supervisor tips signal of interest to DF net
control.

12. Operate voice dubbing system recorder to make
appropriate voice announcements.

13. Inform supervisor of:

a. Activity identification.

b. Amplifying data.

c. Report information per USSID 200 series and USSID
301.

REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 03844C-15/1, Radio Intercept Facility, AN/TSQ-54B
(Volume 1 and 2)

2. TM 04954B-10/1, Light Signal Monitor Facility AN/TSQ-88A

3. TM 07306B-15/1, Operations and Maintenance, AN/TSQ-103A

4. WJ-8718, HF Receiver (AN/URR-74)

5. USSID 200 series (classified titles)

6. USSID 301 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Performance steps are on-going.


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2. Task must be performed with an assistant.

3. This task may be performed with any of the above listed radio
intercept facilities.

4. Marines assigned to Naval Security Group Activities or
to NSA fulfilling National requirements will utilize
organic assets to complete task.

5. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt
to Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription,
and translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


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TASK: 267X.1.7 OPERATE RADIO SET WITH COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
(COMSEC) EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given a manpack, vehicle mounted, or shelter
installed radio set, COMSEC equipment, crypto loading device,
crypto variables, standard power source, a communication link,
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (CEOI), and
references.

STANDARD: Operate the radio set with COMSEC equipment by
setting up the equipment without compromising safety
regulations, erecting the antenna and attaching it to the
radio set, keying COMSEC equipment, selecting frequencies and
callsigns, initiating a secure transmission, passing traffic
and signing-off per references, and zeroing equipment.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up the radio in accordance with the operator's
manual.

3. Ensure COMSEC equipment is compatible with radio in use.

4. Erect antenna and connect the radio set.

5. Attach power source.

6. Activate power to equipment.

7. Set loading device according to key settings specified
in keylist.

8. Insert key into COMSEC equipment.

9. Turn radio power on and switch COMSEC device to CIPHER.

10. Tune radio to the correct frequency and select callsigns
according to the CEOI.

11. Press PUSH-TO-TALK switch and wait for three short rapid
beeps and one lower-pitched beep.

12. Verify correct key has been loaded.

13. Initiate a secure transmission.

14. Transmit and receive and sign-off the air using proper
radio procedures per FMFM 3-3 and ACP 125.

15. Zeroize COMSEC equipment.

16. Dismantle equipment for transport and storage.

17. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance using
applicable technical manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-667-12, Radio Set AN/PRC-77

2. TM 11-5820-401-10-1, Radio Set AN/VRC-12

3. TM 11-5895-1182-20, Radio Set AN/PSC-3


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4. TM 08487A-12 & P/1, Digital Communications Terminal
(AN/PSC-2)

5. TM 11-5820-401-12, Radio Set AN/VRC-46

6. TM 11-5810-372-12, Technical Manual, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-8/28/38

7. KAO-153A/TSEC Operating Instruction

8. KAO-154, Operating Instruction, Cryptographic Device
TSEC/KY-65

9. TSEC/KYK-38 Nestor Keying Device

10. TSEC/KYK-13 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

11. TSEC/KYK-15 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

12. KO1-18 Cryptographic Loading Device (no reference)

13. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

14. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task may be performed with any of the above listed
radio sets and COMSEC equipment.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


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TASK: 267X.1.8 OPERATE RECORDER-REPRODUCER

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, a recorder-reproducer, an
intercept radio receiver, standard power source, magnetic
recording tape, communications signal, and references.

STANDARD: Operate the recorder-reproducer by setting up the
equipment without compromising safety regulations, loading the
recording tape, entering required voice announcements on the
tape, tuning the radio receiver to the communications signal,
setting recorder line input controls, monitoring the signal
while recording to ensure proper reception, and upon completion
of the recording, rewinding the tape, and removing it from the
recorder.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up recorder-reproducer per TM 11-5835-203-15.

3. Load magnetic recording tape into recorder-reproducer.

4. Enter required voice announcements on the tape based on the
mission and USSID 101.

5. Tune the radio receiver to the communications signal.

6. Monitor and adjust the recorder line input controls to
control the record level.

7. Stop the recorder-reproducer.

8. Make the proper voice announcements per the mission and
USSID 101.

9. Remove tape.

10. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on the
3-recorder-reproducer per TM 11-5835-203-15.


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REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5835-203-15, Operation and Maintenance,
Recorder-Reproducer AN/PNH-7


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.

2. Marines assigned to Naval Security Group Activities or to
NSA fulfilling National requirements will utilize organic
assets to complete tasks.

3. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator
(MGySgt to Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection,
transcription, and translation of intercepted target
communications. Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X
are applicable to the additional MOS 2643.


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TASK: 267X.1.9 OPERATE SPECTRUM ANALYZER

CONDITION(S): Given a spectrum analyzer in a radio intercept
facility, component equipments, standard power source, and
references.

STANDARD: Operate spectrum analyzer by setting up/powering up
the equipment without compromising safety regulations,
performing an operational check of the equipment, and setting
controls for operation to enhance voice intercept and frequency
data.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up spectrum analyzer per operator's manual.

a. Connect spectrum analyzer to power source.

b. Connect spectrum analyzer to antenna.

3. Power up gear.

4. Perform operational check of equipment.

5. Set controls to operational settings.

6. Operate spectrum analyzer in order to enhance voice
intercept and frequency data.

7. Tear down equipment.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 03844C-15/1, Radio Intercept Facility, AN/TSQ-54B
(Volume 1 and 2)

2. TM 04954B-10/1, Light Signal Monitor Facility AN/TSQ-88A

3. TM 07306B-15/1, Operations and Maintenance, AN/TSQ-103A


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task may be performed with spectrum analyzers in any
of the above listed radio intercept facilities.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


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TASK: 267X.1.10 PREPARE COMPUTER AND PERIPHERAL DEVICES FOR
OPERATION

CONDITION(S): Given a computer, computer software, peripheral
devices, standard power source, Disk Operating System (DOS)
User's Manual.

STANDARD: Prepare computer and peripheral devices for
operation by connecting the peripheral devices to the computer,
powering up the computer, and loading the operating system and
software per the operator's manual without compromising
safety/tempest regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety/tempest regulations at all times.

2. Connect peripheral devices to computer.

3. Connect power source to computer.

4. Load software.

5. Perform operation check of system and peripherals.

6. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on computer
and peripherals per user's manual.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOS User's Manual

2. Grid OS User's Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


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TASK: 267X.1.11 PREPARE TRANSLATOR TRANSCRIBER AND ANALYSIS
FACILITY FOR OPERATION

CONDITION(S): Given an AN/TSQ-68B translator transcriber and
analysis facility, a mission, camouflage netting, component
equipments, standard power source, paper, pencil, and

references.

STANDARD: Prepare translator transcriber and analysis
facility for operation by setting up the equipment, erecting
camouflage netting, powering up component equipments, and
setting switches and controls for initial operation per TM
04406C-15/1 without compromising safety regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to safety regulations at all times.

2. Set up equipment per TM 04406C-15/1.

a. Ground the facility.

b. Ground power source.

c. Apply camouflage to generator and facility.

d. Power up generator.

e. Perform operational check of generator.

f. Attach generator to equipment.

g. Apply power to communications equipment.

h. Perform operational check of equipment.


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3. Set up position.

a. Assign tasking to position based on mission.

b. Provide working aids to each position.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 04406C-15/1, Translator-Transcriber and Processing
Facility AN/TSQ-68B


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable
to the additional MOS 2643.


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TASK: 267X.1.12 PREPARE RADIO CONTROL GROUP FOR REMOTE
OPERATION

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, fully operational radio, remote
device, standard power source, field wire, and operator's
manual.

STANDARD: Prepare radio control group for remote operation by
setting up antenna and radio transmission device, connecting the
remote device to the AN/VRC series radio, and initiating
communications per the operator's manual without compromising
safety regulations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify site for remote setup:

a. Consider transmission and reception capabilities.

b. Consider cover and concealment.

c. Consider terrain characteristics.

d. Consider proximity of other electromagnetic
interference (EMI).

2. Set up antenna and equipment at predetermined site.

a. Cut and install field wire from antenna to radio
transmission device.

b. Set up receiver-transmitter (RT) for operation.

c. Connect remote control cable between RT and remote
control equipment.

d. Attach antenna to radio, if required.

e. Cut and install field wire to remote device.

f. Attach communications security (COMSEC) equipment to
remote control device, if required.

g. Connect handset to remote device.

h. Use push to talk operation to control the RT from the
radio set control group.

3. Apply power to equipment, adhering to safety
requirements.

4. Initiate a call to distant station.

5. Troubleshoot equipment, as required.

6. Perform first echelon preventive maintenance on
equipment.


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REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 11-5820-477-12, Radio Set Control Group AN/GRA-39B


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine may require assistants to perform this task.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


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DUTY AREA 2 - INTERCEPT PROCEDURES


TASK: 267X.2.1 CONVERT TIMES TO LOCAL, TARGET, OR GREENWICH
MEAN TIME (G.M.T.)

CONDITION(S): Given a time (G.M.T., local, or target) with
the associated letter designator and the time zone letter
designator to which the time must be converted.

STANDARD: Convert local/target times to G.M.T. and convert
G.M.T. time to local/target time maintaining an accuracy to the
minute.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Given a local/target time and time zone letter, determine
the difference between local/target time and G.M.T.

2. Add or subtract the number of hours different from
local/target time to determine G.M.T.

3. Add or subtract the number of hours different from G.M.T.
to determine local/target time.


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 121, Communications Instructions - General

2. FM 24-17, Tactical Communications Center


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: 267X.2.2 COPY FOREIGN VOICE COMMUNICATION TRANSMISSION

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
target technical data, a target signal source, and USSID
101.

STANDARD: Copy foreign voice communication transmission
by monitoring the signal source and recording all Essential
Elements of Information (EEI) in the target language in the
format per USSID 101.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Put header line on transcript per USSID 101.

2. Monitor target signal source.

3. Record on paper every transmission (EEI's) from signal
source in target language.

a. Include frequencies.

b. Include hearability indicator per USSID 101.


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c. Include significant activity.

d. Include callsigns.

e. Include time notations.

f. Include operator comments; i.e., frequency changes,
neighboring nets.

4. Follow format from USSID 101.

5. Check intercept copy for accuracy and completeness.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription,
and translation of intercepted target communications
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable
to the additional MOS 2643.


TASK: 267X.2.3 ENTER CASUAL INTERCEPT LINE

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
target technical data, a target signal source, and USSID 101.

STANDARD: Enter casual intercept line including target
identifier, frequency, type of signal, time of intercept, and
intercepting station, ensuring it is consistent with the given
data and entered per USSID 101.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Using format prescribed in USSID 101, record:

a. Target identifier.

b. Frequency.

c. Type of signal.

d. Time of intercept.

e. Intercepting station.

2. Check intercept line for accuracy and confirmation of
format per USSID 101.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable
to the additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


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TASK: 267X.2.4 HANDCOPY AN INTERCEPTED MESSAGE

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational recorder-reproducer,
an unrecorded tape, a radio receiving a signal, a pencil and
paper, and USSID 101.

STANDARD: Handcopy an intercepted message in the target
language per the format in USSID 101 to include all Essential
Elements of Information (EEI) and important intercept
information.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Put header line on hand copy.

2. Record on paper EEI's from intercepted message traffic in
target language.

a. Include intercepted message.

b. Include message addresses.

c. Include times.

d. Include callsigns.

e. Include frequencies.

f. Include operator comments.

3. Follow format from USSID 101.

4. Check intercept copy for accuracy and completeness.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Perform task 267X.2.8 make initial and concluding
voice announcements onto a recording concurrent with
performing this task.

2. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.

3. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription,
and translation of intercepted target communications.
therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable
to the additional MOS 2643.


________________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.2.5 IDENTIFY TARGET THROUGH CALLSIGNS AND OPERATING
TECHNIQUES/PROCEDURES

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
target technical data, and a target signal source.

STANDARD: Identify targets by callsigns and operating
techniques/procedures including call-up and identification of
peculiar operating characteristics.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify target by callsign.

a. Record the callsigns from the target signal source.

b. Look up the callsigns in the target technical data to
determine callsign identity.

c. If not identified in the target technical data,
identify callsign type.

d. Look up callsign type in target technical data to
determine nature of target.


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2. Identify target by call-up.

a. Copy transmission.

b. Identify pattern of call-up used by target signal
source.

c. Identify type of call-up used by assigned target
through:

(1) Target station traffic.

(2) Location of transmission.

(3) Number of station callsigns identified during
transmission.

d. Identify target using target technical data.

3. Identify target through identification of peculiar
operating procedures such as use of dialect or military
terminology.


REFERENCE(S): (NONE)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


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TASK: 267X.2.6 INTERPRET PROCEDURE CHART

CONDITION(S): Given a completed procedure chart and intercept
copy containing chart references.

STANDARD: Interpret a procedure chart by identifying the chart
references in the intercepted copy and reading to true cell
values on the procedure chart.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify chart references in intercepted copy.

2. Using chart references interpret procedure chart.

a. Locate correct column.

b. Locate correct row.

c. Locate the true cell value at the intersecting
axes.


REFERENCE(S): (NONE)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


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TASK: 267x.2.7 MAINTAIN TARGET CONTINUITY THROUGH SIGNAL/
FREQUENCY MONITORING

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept facility, a
signal containing signal mode and frequency changes, working
aids, and USSID 110.


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STANDARD: Maintain target continuity by aurally and visually
recognizing the signal mode and frequency changes and adjusting
collection procedures per USSID 110.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review working aids for scheduled mode and frequency
changes for the target.

2. Monitor signal.

3. Adjust frequency according to schedule.

4. Listen for unscheduled mode or frequency changes.

5. Notate changes as they occur.

6. If signal is lost and there is no scheduled change, begin
frequency search until signal is regained.

7. Adjust collection procedures per USSID 110.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 110 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Maintaining target continuity is ongoing. Steps are
performed concurrently.

2. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.

3. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable
to the additional MOS 2643.


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TASK: 267X.2.8 MAKE INITIAL AND CONCLUDING VOICE ANNOUNCEMENTS
ONTO A RECORDING

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational recorder-reproducer,
information to be dubbed onto the recording, a blank voice
intercept tape, and USSID 101.

STANDARD: Make initial voice announcements to include
classification caveats, date, station, tape, and cut number and
concluding voice announcements onto the recording per USSID
101.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Turn on recorder-reproducer.

2. Select track for voice announcement.

3. Place recorder-reproducer in record mode.

4. Make classification caveat.

5. Wait five seconds.

6. Make announcement to include date, station, tape and cut
number.

7. Rewind and review announcement.

8. Place recorder in stand-by.

9. Make concluding statement at end of tape.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)


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ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


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TASK: 267X.2.9 PERFORM FREQUENCY SEARCH MISSION

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
target signal sources, target technical data, and USSID 110.

STANDARD: Perform a frequency search mission per given data and
USSID 110 identifying the frequency the target is using.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review target technical data to determine frequency
spectrum target is most likely to use.

2. Set frequency parameters on radio set of intercept
position.

3. Begin automatic scan on radio set or conduct manual scan of
frequencies.

a. Concentrate on frequencies of known target usage.

b. Start with lowest frequency.

4. Continue frequency scan until target is located.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 110 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prerecorded signals may be substituted for actual signals
during training.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt
to Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription,
and translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.2.10 PREPARE GIST OF INTERCEPTED FOREIGN VOICE
COMMUNICATIONS

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational recorder-reproducer, a
prerecorded tape containing intercepted foreign voice
communication in the designated foreign language, Essential
Element of Information (EEI) requirements, a typewriter,
computer, or pencil and paper, and USSID 101.


STANDARD: Prepare a gist of intercepted foreign voice
communications to include EEI's in the target language and
operator comments in the format per USSID 101.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Locate appropriate cut on the tape.

2. Put header line on transcript per USSID 101.

3. Record every significant transmission (EEI's) from
intercepted message traffic in target language in format
per USSID 101.

a. Include significant activity and chatter.

b. Include callsigns.


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c. Include frequencies.

4. Record appropriate operator comments.

a. Identify an aspect of traffic that would be of use to
traffic analysts.

b. Make a notation using format prescribed in USSID 101.

c. Review copy to ensure operator's comments and traffic
are clearly separated by correct notation.

5. Check intercept copy for accuracy and completeness.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable
to the additional MOS 2643.



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TASK: 267X.2.11 PREPARE VERBATIM TRANSCRIPT OF AN INTERCEPTED
MESSAGE

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational recorder-reproducer, a
prerecorded tape containing intercepted message traffic in the
designated foreign language, a typewriter, computer, or pencil
and paper, and USSID 101.

STANDARD: Prepare verbatim transcript of an intercepted
message to include every transmission in the target language
and essential non-verbal operator comments in the format per
USSID 101. Check intercept copy for accuracy and
completeness.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Locate appropriate cut on the tape.

2. Put header line on transcript per USSID 101.

3. Record every transmission from intercepted message traffic
in target language in format per USSID 101.

a. Include times.

b. Include callsigns.

c. Include frequencies.

d. Include activity and chatter.

4. Record essential operator comments that are non-verbal.

a. Identify an aspect of traffic that would be of use to
traffic analysts.

b. Make a notation using format prescribed in USSID 101.

c. Review copy to ensure operator's comments and traffic
are clearly separated by correct notation.

5. Check intercept copy for accuracy and completeness.

a. Check formatting of intercept copy for accuracy.

(1) Frequencies.

(2) Callsigns.


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(3) Time of intercept.

(4) Actual message.

b. Check servicing of intercept copy for accuracy.

(1) Identification of traffic.

(2) Activity.

(3) Nationality.

(4) Means of communication.

c. Reread intercepted traffic looking for callsigns,
EEI's, and awkward or nonsensical phrases.

d. Take corrective action.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription,
and translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.
(NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.2.12 RECORD DIRECTION FINDING (DF) RESULTS ON
INTERCEPT COPY

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
intercepted copy, results from DF, log book, and USSID 101 and
103.

STANDARD: Record DF results on intercept copy and record LOB's
in log book per USSID 101 and 103, and report lines-of-bearing
(LOB) to analyst.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive LOB's from DF site.

2. Translate results from DF into appropriate format per USSID
101.

3. Record LOB's in log book per USSID 101 and 103.

4. Report LOB's to analyst.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)

2. USSID 103 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task is not taught in the Arabic language course.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix G to
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TASK: 267X.2.13 REQUEST DIRECTION FINDING (DF) ON VOICE
INTERCEPT

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational intercept position,
intercepted copy, signal, communications link with the DF site,
and USSID 101 and 103.

STANDARD: Request DF on voice intercept by providing DF site
with callsigns, frequencies, number of stations, and voice and
radio characteristics. Receive a line-of-bearing (LOB) from
the DF site.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify voice signal for DF.

a. Identify callsigns.

b. Identify frequencies.

c. Identify number of stations.

2. Contact DF site.

3. Pass on language and information to DF site:

a. Callsigns.

b. Frequencies.

c. Number of stations.

d. Voice characteristics.

e. Radio characteristics.

f. Other information.

4. Receive LOB on signal using DF.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)

2. USSID 103 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the additional
MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.2.14 SERVICE PAGE PRINT MEDIA

CONDITION(S): Given a mission statement, page print containing
intercepted target traffic, classification and technical data
stamps, link-end intercept diary, technical guidance, USSID
101, and USSID 215.

STANDARD: Service page print media by annotating and
classifying the page print per the information stamp format and
incorporating operator comments per USSID 101 and USSID 215.
Record information in link-end intercept diary.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Annotate page print:

a. Date-time group.

b. Signal type.


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c. Classification.

d. Operator's initials.

2. Put time hack on print as specified by mission statement.

3. Incorporate operator comments on page print, to include:

a. Signal break up.

b. Change in signal.

c. Change in modulation.

d. Frequency/callsign compromises.

e. Operator inconsistencies/characteristics.

f. Notate items of interest.

4. Follow format in USSID 101 and USSID 215.

5. Make link-end intercept diary entries.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)

2. USSID 215 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the additional
MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.2.15 TRANSLATE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEXT TO ENGLISH
TEXT

CONDITION(S): Given the text of a message in the designated
foreign language and working aids (dictionaries, glossaries).

STANDARD: Translate foreign language text to English text
without error in the format per USSID 110 and bring important
Essential Elements of Information (EEI) to the supervisor's
attention.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Using appropriate lexical aids, choose the best English
translation of the foreign text.

2. Follow format per USSID 110.

3. During translation, ensure idea makes sense in English.

4. Identify or highlight EEI's to supervisor.

5. Record additional operator comments that are non-verbal.

a. Identify an aspect of traffic that would be of use to
traffic analysts.

b. Make a notation using format prescribed in USSID 110.

c. Review copy to ensure operator's comments and traffic
are clearly separated by correct notation.


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REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 110 (classified title)

2. Dictionary for target language to English


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 3 - DIRECTION FINDING (DF) PROCEDURES


TASK: 267X.3.1 IDENTIFY DIRECTION FINDING (DF) TARGET

CONDITION(S): Given a fully operational DF site, target
tip-off, steerage from an intercept operator, FM 30-476, and FM
34-86.

STANDARD: Identify DF target signal through callsigns,
frequency, and other voice identification; shoot lines-of-bearing
(LOB); and log and report LOB's to the analyst/DF net
supervisor.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Enter frequency in DF gear from target tip-off.

2. Identify desired target:

a. Callsigns.

b. Frequency.

c. Other voice identification.

3. Shoot a minimum of three LOB's based on input from
intercept operator.

4. Log LOB using appropriate format per FM 30-476 and FM
34-86.

5. Report results to analyst/DF net supervisor.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)

2. FM 34-86, Direction Finding Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.3.2 MAINTAIN A DIRECTION FINDING (DF) LOG

CONDITION(S): Given a blank DF log sheet, intercept operator
tip-off data, DF results, FM 30-476, and FM 34-86.

STANDARD: Maintain a DF log by entering frequency, callsign,
line-of-bearing (LOB), source of tip-off, and date-time group
per FM 30-476 and FM 34-86.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Assign tip-off a one up number.


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2. Analyze DF results to complete log sheet per FM 30-476 and FM
34-86.

a. Frequency.

b. Callsign.

c. LOB.

d. Source of tip-off.

e. Date-time group.

3. Report results to analyst/DF net supervisor.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)

2. FM 34-86, Direction Finding Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the task assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.3.3 OPERATE AS DIRECTION FINDING (DF) NET CONTROL

CONDITION(S): Given a radio set, communications security
(COMSEC) equipment or COMUS pad, DF outstations,
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (CEOI), a plot
board, FM 30-476, and FM 34-86.

STANDARD: Operate as DF net control by receiving DF mission,
encrypting and sending a FLASH message to outstations; and
requesting, receiving, decrypting, and plotting return
lines-of-bearing (LOB) per FM 30-476 and FM 34-86.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive DF mission.

2. Send encrypted FLASH message to outstations:

a. Frequency.

b. Callsign.

3. Log in returned LOB's.

4. Decrypt messages.

5. Plot LOB on plot board.

6. Determine DF cut or fix.

7. Report information to appropriate commands.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)

2. FM 34-86, Direction Finding Operations

3. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2


Appendix G to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-G-24


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.3.4 PERFORM COMPOSITE PLOTTING

CONDITION(S): Given a fully set up direction finding (DF)
plotting board and multiple bearings on a single emitter.

STANDARD: Perform composite plotting by determining the mean
bearing for each DF station, plotting the bearing on the
plotting board, and reporting location information.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive lines-of-bearing (LOB) from each DF station.

2. Determine the mean bearing for each DF station.

3. Plot the bearing on the plotting board.

4. Report location information to supervisor.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-476, Radio Direction-Finding (DF)

2. FM 34-86, Direction Finding Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 264, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.3.5 SELECT DIRECTION FINDING (DF) SITE

CONDITION(S): Given a tactical map, intercept tasking, threat
data, friendly forces location, a compass, and transportation
means.

STANDARD: Select DF site by plotting threat and friendly
locations on the map and evaluating the area for possible
primary and secondary site locations, ensuring the site's
technical and operational suitability in the tactical area of
operations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify threat location.

2. Identify friendly forces location.

3. Plot locations on map.

4. Evaluate for possible primary and secondary site
locations.

5. Visit and evaluate sites for technical and operational
suitability.

a. Other electronic emissions.

b. Location of other DF sites.


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c. Elevation.

d. Avenues of exit/approach.

e. Concealment.

f. Fortification.

g. Supply routes.

h. Proximity of landing zone (LZ).

i. Drainage.

j. Terrain features.

k. Man-made obstacles.

6. Compile information and select site.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Soldier Training Publication (STP) 34-05D23-SM-TG
(classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription,and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable
to the additional MOS 2643.


______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 4 - ANALYSIS PROCEDURES


TASK: 267X.4.1 DETERMINE RADIO NETWORK PERSONALITIES

CONDITION(S): Given raw intercepted traffic containing
personality identifications, and enemy Order of Battle (OB)
files.

STANDARD: Determine radio network personalities by analyzing
traffic for idiosyncrasies and correlating idiosyncrasies with
OB files.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze traffic for idiosyncrasies.

a. Take note of operator comments.

b. Accents.

c. Names.

d. References.

2. Correlate idiosyncrasies with OB to determine radio network
personalities.


REFERENCE(S): (NONE)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
transcription, and translation of intercepted target
communications. Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X
are applicable to the additional
MOS 2643.


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6-G-26


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.4.2 DEVELOP COLLECTION PLAN

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, available resources (personnel,
position), pro forma intercept logs, target assignment cards,
Electronic Order of Battle (EOB) data files, case history files,
current tasking directives, USSID 101, USSID 110, and USSID 300
series.

STANDARD: Develop a collection plan by computing daily hours
of coverage for an intercept site per USSID 101 and USSID 110,
assigning priority of target to intercept positions per USSID
300 series, and assigning personnel to positions. Adjust
mission tasking based on intercept.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission, resources, target assignment cards, and
target technical data.

a. Determine threat location.

b. Determine threat equipment capabilities.

c. Consider threat signal environment.

2. Compute daily hours of coverage for an intercept site using
pro forma intercept logs per USSID 101 and USSID 110.

3. Assign priority of target to intercept positions per USSID
300 series.

a. Frequency range.

b. Type of communications on frequency.

c. Type of activity.

4. Assign personnel to positions.

5. Adjust mission tasking based on intercept.

a. Identify data gaps.

b. Identify duplication of tasking.

c. Identify changes in priority of tasking.

d. Adjust collection activity center resources to collect
needed data as situation changes.

e. Identify and resolve current tasking directive
conflicts.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 series (classified title)

2. USSID 110 (classified title)

3. USSID 101 (classified title)

4. Local Unit USSID (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


______________________________________________________________


Appendix G to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-G-27


TASK: 267X.4.3 MAINTAIN A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT) ORDER
OF BATTLE FILE

CONDITION(S): Given completed log sheets, direction finding
(DF) results, SIGINT order of battle file, working aids, and case
history files.

STANDARD: Enter all technical data including target SIGINT
operations facilities, target/offensive weapon capabilities,
target echelon of reporting, frequency and callsign usage, and
schedule into the target SIGINT order of battle file.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review SIGINT order of battle file.

2. Isolate known target SIGINT operations facilities.

3. Determine target capabilities:

a. Equipment.

b. Sensitivity.

c. Range.

4. Determine offensive weapon capabilities.

5. Determine target echelon of reporting.

6. Determine frequency and callsign usage.

7. Determine schedule.

8. Determine facilities area of operation.

9. Compile information and update SIGINT order of battle
file.

REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-1, Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.4.4 PREPARE AN INTERCEPTED TARGET'S VOICE TRAFFIC
FOR COMPUTER PROCESSING

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, computer,
technical guidance, and USSID 101.

STANDARD: Prepare voice traffic for computer processing in
proper transliteration format for target language per USSID
101.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine target language.

2. Prepare transcript in proper transliteration format
for target language per USSID 101.

3. Type transcript in accordance with format.

4. Check for accuracy.


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6-G-28


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 101 (classified title)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the additional
MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.4.5 PREPARE AN OPERATOR'S WORKING AID

CONDITION(S): Given target coverage plan by positions,
completed log sheets, direction finding (DF) results, advance
force operations target studies, Technical Extracts (TEXTA),
case history files, current tasking directives, and OH 7-12.

STANDARD: Prepare an operator's working aid containing
prosecution and DF requirements for each target, and case
notations including callsigns, frequencies and operator
idiosyncrasies.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review given data.

2. Prioritize and list all case notations assigned to each
position.

3. Add callsigns and associated identifications to case
notations.

4. Add frequencies used by all callsigns within a specific case
notation.

5. Add operator idiosyncrasies to case notations.

6. Define prosecution requirements for each target from current
tasking directives.

7. Define DF requirement for each target.

8. Prioritize identified communication links to meet current
tasking directives.

9. Compile per OH 7-12 and provide operator with
information.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OH 7-12, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.4.6 RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION

CONDITION(S): Given activity/situation containing CRITIC
information, intercepted raw traffic, technical guidance, USSID
301, and USSID 300 series.

STANDARD: Recognize intercepted and/or collateral information
as meeting CRITIC reporting criteria and report CRITIC
information within established time requirements per USSID
301.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw traffic and situation.


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2. Select USSID in 300 series applicable to target.

3. Determine whether activity/situation meets CRITIC criteria
per USSID 301.

4. Report situation as meeting CRITIC criteria to
supervisor.

5. Prepare CRITIC report per USSID 301 format.

6. Meet timeliness requirements.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 301 (classified title)

2. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Without a strategic reporting mission, this task is
performed via immediate threat recognition.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 5 - REPORTING PROCEDURES


TASK: 267X.5.1 PREPARE AN ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
WRAP-UP REPORT

CONDITION(S): Given previously logged mission data and local
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) format information.

STANDARD: Prepare an ECM wrap-up report to include all targets
jammed, frequencies, and jamming time, duration, and
effectiveness, ensuring the data entered is consistent with
local SOP format.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Collect mission data.

2. Consolidate information into ECM report to include:

a. All targets jammed.

b. Frequencies.

c. Time and duration of jamming.

d. Effectiveness of jamming.

3. Format report per local SOP.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 10-2 (classified title)

2. NWP 33 (classified title)

3. ATP-1, Volume I, Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and
Procedures

4. FM 32-16 (classified title)


Appendix G to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-G-30


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.5.2 PREPARE A SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
PRODUCT REPORT

CONDITION(S): Given analytical results, processed traffic,
Essential Elements of Information (EEI), technical guidance,
and USSID 300 series and 519.

STANDARD: Prepare a SIGINT product report to include target
entity, activity, time, location, and operational procedures.
Submit report per USSID 519.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze processed traffic and analytical results to determine
type of report per EEI's.

2. Summarize information and put in readable English in proper
message format per USSID 519, to include:

a. Target entity.

b. Type of activity.

c. Time.

d. Location.

e. Operational procedures.

3. Submit report via distribution list per USSID 519.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 SERIES (classified title)
USSID 519 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.5.3 REPORT INTERCEPT INFORMATION VIA STANDARD
TECHNICAL REPORT USING MODULES (STRUM)

CONDITION(S): Given raw traffic, completed log sheets,
technical guidance, and USSID 205.

STANDARD: Report intercept information via STRUM per USSID 205
to include time up/time down, frequencies, message externals
and internals, analytic comments, and direction finding (DF)
results.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Sort traffic into case notation.

2. Report intercept information per USSID 205:

a. Time up and time down.

b. Frequencies.


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c. Message externals (preambles).

d. Message internals (first ten/last five groups).

e. Analytic comments.

f. DF results.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 205 (classified title)

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:


1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 6 - SECURITY PROCEDURES


TASK: 267X.6.1 CLASSIFY MATERIAL ACCORDING TO CONTENT

CONDITION(S): Given locally generated material, classification
guide, technical guidance, and USSID 300 series.

STANDARD: Classify material by reviewing its contents and
classifying per the classification guide and USSID 300 series.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review materials to determine classification:

a. Top Secret.

b. Secret.

c. Confidential.

2. Classify materials as appropriate per USSID 300 series.

3. Classify individual paragraphs according to content.

4. Physically mark classified material to identify the
determined level of classification.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DoD C-5105.21M-1 w/Navy Supplement (classified title)

3. DoD C-5105.21M-2 (classified title)

4. DoD C-5105.21M-3 (classified title)

5. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. This task performed primarily in a supervisory position.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and


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translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.

_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.6.2 CONDUCT TRANSMISSION SECURITY (TRANSEC)
TRAINING

CONDITION(S): Given a lesson plan outline, a training
situation, threat assessments, Marine Corps training
regulations, technical documentation, and two radios.

STANDARD: Upon completion of the period of instruction the
students will be able to employ TRANSEC procedures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Familiarize radio operators with the radio net operation
concept.

a. Operating rules, callsign usage, and phonetic
alphabet.

b. Types of nets.

c. Types of callsigns.

d. Types of calls.

e. Operating procedures.

2. Familiarize radio operators with net establishment
concepts.

a. Tuning.

b. Net opening.

c. Net closing.

3. Familiarize radio operators with standard message
handling.

a. Message format.

b. Receipting.

4. Familiarize radio operators with TRANSEC precepts:

a. Short, concise authorized transmissions.

b. Basic radio transmission rules in accordance with FM
24-1.

c. Use of excessive transmitting power.

d. Excessive time consumption.

e. Speaking at speeds greater than receiving operator's
capability.

f. Reduction of operator distinguishing characteristics.

g. Random schedule operation.

h. Proper use of authentication aids.

i. Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI).

j. Proper disclosure of classified information in radio
transmission (BEADWINDOW).

5. Set up training situation with two radios.

6. Monitor circuit to observe use of radio communication
procedures.

7. Evaluate performance and provide remedial instruction as
necessary.


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REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook

2. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

3. FM 24-1, Combat Communications (How to Fight)

4. FM 24-18, Field Radio Techniques

5. FM 24-33, Communications Techniques: Electronic
Counter-Countermeasures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Instructor may work with individual or multiple students.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.6.3 DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING MATERIAL/RESIDUAL

CONDITION(S): Given outdated classified working material/
residual, classified material destruction reports, a method of
destruction, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Destroy classified material/residual in such a
manner that no part is recoverable and document classified
material destruction in logs per OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive authorization for destruction of classified
materials:

2. Complete classified material destruction report including
the following information per OPNAVINST 5510.1:

a. Title.

b. Control number.

c. Originator.

d. Copy number.

3. Ensure information in classified material report is
accurate.

4. Verify destruction of materials before actual
destruction.

5. Destroy materials.

6. Provide Special Security Officer with report.

7. File copy of report.

8. Delete destroyed materials from publications inventory.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Actual destruction of documents may be simulated.

2. This task will be accomplished in the presence of a witness.


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6-G-34


3. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt
to Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription,
and translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.6.4 MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR CLASSIFIED
MATERIALS

CONDITION(S): Given classified materials, a facility
authorized to store classified materials [fixed site or
Tactical Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
(T-SCIF)], log books, list of units requesting documents and
their clearance level, security regulations, classified
material control resources, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Maintain physical security for classified materials
in a fixed site or T-SCIF per OPNAVINST 5510.1 by ensuring
materials are inventoried, secured, and controlled.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive classified material observing TPI (two person
integrity).

2. Ensure security procedures for a fixed site are
maintained.

a. Enforce classified materials sign-in/sign-out
procedures.

(1) Assign control number to all documents.

(2) Ensure classified materials are properly signed
out when checked out.

(3) Ensure classified materials are inventoried.

b. Enforce access procedures.

(1) Control access to classified materials.

(2) Control access to facilities.

(3) Ensure only authorized personnel have access to
materials.

c. Enforce classified materials storage procedures.

(1) Ensure classified materials are secured open
storage.

(2) Ensure classified materials are secured closed
storage.

d. Ensure tempest security is maintained.

3. Ensure security procedures for T-SCIF are maintained.

a. Inform adjudicator of mission requirements:

(1) Location.

(2) Classified materials to be taken.

(3) Duration of exercise.

(4) Means of communication.

b. Ensure T-SCIF is set up in accordance with pertinent
directives.

(1) Ensure physical security is enforced.

(2) Ensure information security is enforced.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


Appendix G to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-G-35


2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)

5. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) 50-3


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the additional
MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.6.5 PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, an emergency action
plan (EAP), an emergency situation, emergency destruction
materials, and local Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

STANDARD: Perform emergency action procedures per the EAP,
local SOP, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine priority of materials for salvage/destruction.

2. Destroy classified materials.

3. Ensure destruction reports are submitted to the Special
Security Officer (SSO).

4. Ensure salvaged materials are moved to secure location.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. CSP-1, Cryptographic Security Policy and Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. An emergency condition may be simulated for training
purposes.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.6.6 PREPARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL FOR TRANSFER

CONDITION(S): Given classified material to be transferred,
packaging materials, classification stamps, classified material
transfer forms, OPNAVINST 5510.1, USSID 503, and DOD
5200.33R.

STANDARD: Prepare classified material for transfer ensuring
receipts are prepared and material is packaged and marked for
adequate security protection per OPNAVINST 5510.1, USSID 503,
and DOD 5200.33R.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Prepare classified materials for hand carried transfer.

a. Prepare wrap materials:


Appendix G to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-G-36


(1) Prepare inner wrapper including classification of
material, return address, and classification stamp.

(2) Prepare outer wrapper.

b. Prepare carrying materials:

(1) On base transfer of materials.

(2) Off base transfer of materials (ensure individual
has courier card or courier letter).

2. Prepare classified materials for mailing transfer per
USSID 503.

a. Prepare non-Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI)
material, SECRET or below, for transfer via registered
mail.

b. Prepare SCI material for transfer via Defense Courier
Service (DEFCOS) per DOD 5200.33R:

(1) Prepare inner wrapper including classification of
material, DEFCOS addresses, classification stamp,
and receipt card.

(2) Prepare outer wrapper including DEFCOS addresses.

3. Release materials to courier for delivery.

4. Complete classified materials transfer forms.

5. Ensure materials have been received by return of receipt
card.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. USSID 503 (classified title)

3. DOD 5200.33R, Defense Courier Service Regulations

4. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/7

5. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/14

6. CMS-4, Communications Security Material System Manual

7. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

8. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.6.7 RECEIVE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, classified material
receipt log book, DOD 5200.33R, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Receive classified material ensuring receipt card is
signed and mailed back to originator, and the log book is
completed to include date, classification, subject, originator,
storage, and control number per guidance in DOD 5200.33R and
OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Sign receipt card.


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ENCLOSURE (6)
6-G-37


2. Mail card back to originator.

3. Complete entry in log book to include:

a. Date.

b. Classification.

c. Subject.

d. Originator.

e. Storage location.

f. Control number.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOD 5200.33R, Defense Courier Service Regulations

2. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 7 - TACTICAL COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES


TASK: 267X.7.1 EMPLOY VOICE RADIO COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES
DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION

CONDITION(S): Given a radio set, a tactical field message
book, Communications Electronics Operating Instructions (CEOI),
ACP 125, and FMFM 3-3.

STANDARD: Correct voice radio communications procedures are
employed per ACP 125 and FMFM 3-3.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Use phonetic alphabet, numerals, operating signals,
prosigns, and prowords.

2. Limit transmission to as short as possible.

3. Identify station, single call only.

4. Do not provide unit identification information concerning
strength, location, and troop movement in the clear without
manual encryption and authentication.

5. Use secure communications when available.

6. Identify disclosure of information requiring greater
security than offered by the circuit in radio transmission
(BEADWINDOW).

7. Identify intruder station on net (Gingerbread).

8. Use proper authentication procedures (challenge/counter
challenge).


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

2. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook


Appendix G to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-G-38


3. CSP-1, Cryptographic Security Policy and Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Steps do not have to be performed sequentially.

2. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications.
Therefore, the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to
the additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.7.2 EXCHANGE INFORMATION USING A CODE

CONDITION(S): Given a COMUS pad, a tactical operations code, an
alphanumeric code, information to be encrypted/decrypted, and
communications equipment.

STANDARD: Encrypt/decrypt information in a timely manner
without error and exchange via communications equipment.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Outline information that is to be passed.

2. Encrypt information using code.

a. COMUS pad.

b. Tactical operations code.

c. Alphanumeric code.

3. Establish communications.

4. Transmit coded information via communications equipment.

5. Receive coded information from outstation.

6. Ensure receipt is accurate.

7. Sign off communications net.

8. Decrypt information.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 874
(classified title)

2. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 1662
(classified title)

3. Allied Cryptographic Operational Authenticator (AKAA) 2000
(classified title)

4. Allied Cryptographic Operational Code (AKAC) 2000
(classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix G to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-G-39


TASK: 267X.7.3 IDENTIFY DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION REQUIRING
GREATER SECURITY THAN OFFERED BY THE CIRCUIT
IN RADIO TRANSMISSIONS (BEADWINDOW)

CONDITION(S): Given a recording of the text of a radio
transmission which contains the disclosure of essential
elements of friendly information (EFFI).

STANDARD: Identify the seven EEFI and document violations in
radio log book.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify EEFI.

2. State "BEADWINDOW" on the net upon disclosure of EEFI.

3. Ensure maximum effort is made to get the violating station
off the net or to cease disclosing EEFI.

4. Make log entry of violations in radio log book.

5. Determine possible damage to forces by disclosure and
report to superior.


REFERENCE(S):

1. NWP 4, Basic Operational Communications Doctrine

2. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 267X.7.4 RESPOND TO ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES (ECM)
DURING A RADIO TRANSMISSION

CONDITION(S): Given a CEOI, bland Frequency Interference Report
(FIR) forms, FIR format, a jamming signal, and references.

STANDARD: Recognize the presence of jamming and respond with
communication counter-countermeasures. Submit a FIR to include
frequency, time, date, type of interference, and effect on
friendly communications.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Monitor signal.

2. Recognize jamming.

3. Attempt to talk around jamming.

4. Change to alternate frequency for message traffic only and
return to primary frequency.

5. Cease communications for intermittent periods.

6. Prepare and submit a FIR per FIR format to include:

a. Frequencies.

b. Activities.

c. Net.

d. Time.

e. Date.

f. Type of interference.


Appendix G to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-G-40


g. Effect of interference on friendly communications.

REFERENCE(S):

1. ATP-1, Volume 1, Allied Maritime Tactical Instructions and
Procedures

2. OH 7-12, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare

3. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

4. FM 24-33, Communications Techniques: Electronic
Counter-Countermeasures

5. FMFM 3-3, Radio Operator's Handbook

6. MCO 3430.3, Meaconing, Interference, Jamming, and
Intrusion (MIJI)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The additional MOS 2643, Cryptologic Translator (MGySgt to
Cpl) encompasses monitoring, collection, transcription, and
translation of intercepted target communications. Therefore,
the tasks assigned to MOS 267X are applicable to the
to the additional MOS 2643.


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix G to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-G-41


MOS 2691, SIGNAL INTELLIGENCE/GROUND ELECTRONIC WARFARE CHIEF


DUTY AREA 1 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
PLANNING PROCEDURES


TASK: 2691.1.1 ADVISE COMMANDER AND STAFF ON SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)

CONDITION(S): Given threat signals technical data, location of
friendly and threat forces, availability of equipment and
personnel, requirement for briefing, and references.

STANDARD: Advise commander and staff on a continuous basis on
SIGINT/EW information gained during operations.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Advise on assets' (equipment and personnel) capabilities,
limitations, and employment.

a. Threat.

b. Friendly.

2. Recommend employment of assets.

3. Advise on status of cryptologic operations while afloat.

4. Advise on joint or combined cryptologic operations.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

2. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

3. USSID 15 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.1.2 TASK ORGANIZE PERSONNEL AND EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel, availability of augmentees, operation order, Signals
Intelligence (SIGINT) Appendix, Electronic Warfare (EW)
Appendix, and references.

STANDARD: Task organize personnel and equipment so that tasks
are assigned to accomplish the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission, operation order, and appendices.

2. Consider command relationships.

3. Identify tasks (afloat, ashore) and identify units.

4. Assign tasks.

5. Determine liaison requirements.

6. Determine detachment elements:

a. Command.

b. Operations, Control, and Analysis Center (OCAC).


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-1


c. Collection.

d. Direction Finding (DF).

e. Electronic Warfare.

f. Special Intelligence Communications.

g. Service Support.

7. Determine security requirements in developing physical
security plan.

8. Prepare task organization.

9. Review and update task organization periodically to ensure
it supports the mission.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

2. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

3. USSID 110 (classified title)

4. NSGINST C3020.1C, Withdrawal of Marine Corps Personnel for
FMF Direct Support and Training Requirements


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 2 - COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES


TASK: 2691.2.1 DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) PORTION OF COMMUNICATION
ANNEX

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, plan of action, availability of
equipment and personnel, topographical map of area of
operation, threat signals technical data,
Communication-Electronics Operating Instructions (CEOI),
communication requirements, and references.

STANDARD: The SIGINT/EW portion of communication annex will
identify call sign, frequency, Classified Material System
(CMS), and connectivity requirements to support the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Coordinate liaison with Communication-Electronic Officer
(CEO).

2. Review mission, plan of action, threat signals technical
data.

3. Determine call sign and frequency requirements.

4. Consider how often frequencies will be changed.

5. Determine CMS requirements.

6. List joint or combined communication requirements.

7. Determine connectivity requirements.

8. Consider communications deconfliction.

9. Develop physical security plan.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-30, Communications


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-2


2. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.2.2 EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) PORTION OF COMMUNICATION
ANNEX

CONDITION(S): Given communications annex, concept of
operations, availability of equipment and personnel, Automated
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (ACEOI),
Classified Material System (CMS) material, and references.

STANDARD: The SIGINT/EW portion of the communication annex
will be executed so that communication connectivity is
established and maintained in a timely manner with minimal
degradation and disruption.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review communication annex, concept of operations, and
ACEOI.

2. Ensure equipment is employed in a tactically and
technically sound manner.

a. Consider radio and antenna siting.

b. Consider cable routes.

c. Consider power sites/sources/routes.

d. Ensure alternate routes of communication services are
available.

3. Coordinate with Communication-Electronic Officer (CEO) to
ensure communications are restored in a timely manner if
communications are interrupted.

4. Ensure connectivity is established and maintained.

a. Ensure frequencies are changed.

b. Ensure key material is changed.

5. Establish liaison with SIGINT/EW Coordination Center
(S/EWCC) to consider deconfliction of ECM targeting and
SIGINT collection priorities.

6. Ensure security plan is maintained.

7. Monitor status of communications [Systems Control/Technical
Control (SYSCON/TECHCON)].

8. Inform commander and staff of communication situation.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-30, Communications

2. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.2.3 IDENTIFY COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel, task organization, concept of operation, and
references.

STANDARD: Communication requirements will identify circuits,
and equipment, personnel and frequency requirements to support
the mission.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-3


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission.

2. Conduct liaison with Communication-Electronic Officer (CEO).


3. Determine net structures.

4. Identify doctrinal circuits.

5. Identify nondoctrinal circuits.

6. Determine joint and combined communication requirements.

7. Establish liaison with senior, subordinate, adjacent, and
supporting units and with external agencies when
appropriate.

8. Determine equipment/power requirements.

9. Identify cryptographic equipment.

10. Determine personnel requirements.

11. Coordinate with CEO establishment of circuit restoration
priorities.

12. Coordinate requirements for Automated
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (ACEOI).


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. FMFM 3-30, Communications


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 3 - COLLECTION MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES


TASK: 2691.3.1 DEVELOP SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
COLLECTION PLAN

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel, topographical map of area of operation, threat
signals technical data, Essential Elements of Information
(EEI), supplementary and advisory tasking, Intercept Tasking
Data Base (ITDB), USSID 110, USSID 101, USSID 103, FMFM 2-1, OH
3-2D, USSID 369, and J-TENS Manual.

STANDARD: The collection plan will contain the number of
personnel at each station, equipment requirements, the watch
schedule, and will ensure adequate coverage of all
objectives.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission and EEI's.

2. Conduct map analysis.

a. Consider threat location.

b. Consider threat equipment capabilities.

c. Consider threat signal environment.

3. Determine tasking.

a. Equipment.

b. Personnel.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-4


4. Coordinate with other units/agencies to avoid duplication
of efforts.

5. Submit Time Sensitive Requirement (TSR) or SIGINT
Amplification or Request for Information (RFI).

6. Consider type of collection required (ELINT, morse,
nonmorse, voice).

a. Determine collection/direction finding (DF) assets to
be employed.

b. Consider signal environment.

c. Consider terrain.

7. Prioritize case notations.

8. Ensure collection objective is assigned/established.

9. Review/update ITDB.

10. Consider alternate plans.

a. Alternate Intercept Coverage Plan (AICP).

b. Wartime Intercept Coverage Plan (WICP).

11. Develop physical security plan.

12. Consider physical security requirements for:

a. Collection.

b. DF.

c. Electronic Countermeasures (ECM).

d. Mobile outsites.

13. Determine signals to be targeted by considering initial DF
baseline.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 110 (classified title)

2. USSID 101 (classified title)

3. USSID 103 (classified title)

4. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence

5. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

6. USSID 369 (classified title)

7. Joint Tactical Exploitation of National Systems (J-TENS)
Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.3.2 EXECUTE SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE (SIGINT)
COLLECTION PLAN

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, SIGINT collection plan,
topographical map of area of operation and site layout, roster
of personnel by watch, availability of personnel and equipment,
location of forward edge of battle area (FEBA), Essential
Elements of Information (EEI), and references.

STANDARD: Execute SIGINT collection plan ensuring tasking of
appropriate assets to accomplish collection objective.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-5


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Ensure operational check of equipment.

2. Brief teams on predeployment.

3. Deploy assets per plan.

4. Coordinate with friendly units to ensure communications are
maintained and to keep them abreast of your location.

5. Update intercept tasking data base (ITDB).

6. Submit Cryptologic Operation Activation Report/Cryptologic
Operations Deactivation Report/Cryptologic Operations
Report (COAR/CODR/COR), if required.

7. Submit Time Sensitive Requirement (TSR) or SIGINT
Amplification or Request for Information (RFI), as
required.

8. Modify collection effort as necessary:

a. Evaluate direction finding (DF) baseline set-up as
required.

b. Adjust assets when necessary.

c. Respond to changes in EEI.

9. Monitor dissemination of information, ensuring reports are
submitted.

10. Continually evaluate the physical security plan.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 110 (classified title)

2. USSID 101 (classified title)

3. USSID 103 (classified title)

4. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence

5. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

6. USSID 369 (classified title)

7. Joint Tactical Exploitation of National Systems (J-TENS)
Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.3.3 IDENTIFY NET FUNCTION AND ASSOCIATED USERS

CONDITION(S): Given intercepted raw traffic, Technical
Extracts (TEXTA), threat database, net diagram, log sheets, and
direction finding (DF) results.

STANDARD: Prepare a net diagram containing hierarchy and
functions for each individual target entity through analysis of
raw traffic to determine number of activities/target
entities.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw traffic to determine net activity.

a. Extract references to activity (logistics, posturing,
fortification).

b. Collate information to identify:

(1) Number of events/activities.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-6


(2) Number of target entities associated with one
activity.

2. Compare net diagrams to collated information by activity.

3. Compare threat databases to collated information by
activity.

4. Develop new net diagrams based on results of comparisons
between collated information, threat databases, and
previous net diagrams.

a. Define hierarchy for each individual target entity.

b. Define functions for each individual target entity.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

2. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.3.4 MAINTAIN A TARGET SITUATION MAP

CONDITION(S): Given a target situation map, Technical Extracts
(TEXTA), threat database, completed log sheets, direction
finding (DF) results, working aids, and case history files.

STANDARD: Maintain a target situation map by posting all
available coordinates of enemy locations on the map per FMFM 3-2
to within 100 meters.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze target map.

2. Confirm location of target entity using all data provided.

3. Convert locations to grid coordinates if necessary.

4. Using map symbol templates, draw all known/suspected enemy
locations on map per FMFM 3-2.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-2, Military Symbols

2. FM 30-5, Combat Intelligence

3. FM 21-26, Map Reading and Land Navigation

4. FM 101-5-1, Operational Terms and Symbols


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________



Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-7


DUTY AREA 4 - ELECTRONIC WARFARE (EW) MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES


TASK: 2691.4.1 EXECUTE ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES (ECM) PLAN

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, ECM plan, availability of
equipment and personnel, topographical map of area of
operation, threat signals technical data, site location of EMC
team, results of site surveys, ECM tasking from Marine
Air/Ground Task Force (MAGTF), and references.

STANDARD: Execute ECM plan to deny enemy effective use of
electromagnetic spectrum by providing ECM using correct
platform/equipment mix.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Brief teams on predeployment.

2. Deploy assets per plan.

3. Make recommendations to MAGTF commander on jam/not jam
decisions.

4. Provide threat signals technical data to jammers.

5. Ensure procedures are followed for controlling jamming.

6. Ensure threat/friendly equipment compatibility.

7. Ensure mix of personnel to equipment is sound.

8. Ensure location of team is sound.

9. Ensure appropriate antennas and polarization are used.

10. Ensure alternate modulation during ECM operation.

11. Brief units/agencies on placement of expendable jammers.

12. Consider safety.

13. Advise on jam and move decisions.

14. Determine effectiveness of ECM operations.

a. Monitor for changes in threat net operations.

b. Monitor target reactions to jamming.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OH 7-12, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare

2. USSID 57 (classified title)

3. USSID 52 (classified title)

4. USSID 58 (classified title)

5. USSID 59 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________



Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-8


TASK: 2691.4.2 DEVELOP ELECTRONIC WARFARE SUPPORT MEASURES
(ESM) PLAN

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, threat Electronic Order of
Battle (EOB) for tactical area of interest (TAOI), current data
on threat, Essential Elements of Information (EEI) from
supported forces, friendly EOB, availability of personnel, and
reference.

STANDARD: The ESM plan will support Indications and Warnings
and provides data for immediate threat recognition.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Update EOB with current data.

2. Determine additional EEI requirements.

3. Analyze mission/EOB to prioritize critical electronic
warfare (EW) targets.

a. Indicate modes of operation.

b. Identify location.

c. Identify type of emitter.

4. Ensure proper mix of personnel to equipment.

5. Ensure personnel are trained in Tactical Electronic
Reconnaissance Processing and Evaluation System (TERPES).

6. Specify coordinating measures.

7. Coordinate Electronics Intelligence (ELINT) reporting
procedures with TERPES/VMAQ-2 EW officer.

8. Specify external intelligence support needed.

9. Update plan as required.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.4.3 PROVIDE COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)
MONITORING AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT TO ELECTRONIC
COUNTER COUNTERMEASURES (ECCM) EFFORT

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, Automated
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (ACEOI),
availability of equipment and personnel, annex K of operation
order, Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI), ACP
125, NWP 4, USSID 18, and USSID 3.

STANDARD: Provide COMSEC monitoring and analysis support to ECCM
effort to evaluate friendly forces COMSEC by identifying when
EEFI's are compromised and by reporting violations to the
commander.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission and USSID 18.

2. Determine personnel requirements.

3. Determine equipment requirements.

4. Determine position of personnel and equipment.

5. Ensure mix of personnel to equipment is sound.

6. Utilize ACEOI and annex K.


Appendix H to
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a. Identify improper communication procedures.

b. Identify when EEFI's are compromised.

7. Report violations to commander.

8. Ensure proper monitoring procedures are followed.

9. Supervise analytical effort.

10. Report findings.

11. Coordinate COMSEC for joint and combined operations.


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2

2. NWP 4, Basic Operational Communications Doctrine

3. USSID 18 (classified title)

4. USSID 3 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.4.4 PROVIDE COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY (COMSEC)
MONITORING AND ANALYSIS SUPPORT TO OPERATIONS
SECURITY (OPSEC) EFFORT

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, Automated
Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction (ACEOI),
availability of equipment and personnel, annex K of operation
order, Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI), and
references.

STANDARD: Provide monitoring and analysis support to OPSEC
effort to evaluate friendly forces OPSEC by identifying when
EEFI's are compromised and by reporting violations to the
commander.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission and appropriate USSID.

2. Determine personnel requirements.

3. Determine equipment requirements.

4. Determine position of personnel and equipment.

5. Utilize ACEOI and annex K.

a. Identify improper communication procedures.

b. Identify when EEFI's are compromised.

6. Report violations to commander.

7. Ensure proper monitoring procedures are followed.

8. Supervise analytical effort.

9. Report findings.

10. Coordinate OPSEC for joint and combined operations.


REFERENCE(S):

1. ACP 125, Communication Instruction-Radiotelephone
Procedure; with U.S. Supplements 1 and 2


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-10


2. NWP 4, Basic Operational Communications Doctrine

3. USSID 18 (classified title)

4. USSID 3 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 5 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) EMPLOYMENT PROCEDURES


TASK: 2691.5.1 DIRECT EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) UNIT

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, collection plan, task
organization, availability of equipment and personnel,
topographical map of area of operation, threat signals
technical data, priority of collection, priority of search,
equipment and personnel requirements, power requirements,
Automated Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction
(ACEOI), and references.

STANDARD: Direct employment of SIGINT/EW unit so that the
tactical commander receives all SIGINT/EW information in a
timely manner and ensure a written plan details SIGINT/EW site
layout identifying primary and secondary sites.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review mission, collection plan, threat signals technical
data.

2. Review and advise OIC on availability of equipment and
personnel against mission.

a. Ensure personnel are trained.

b. Ensure equipment compatibility to the mission.

3. Approve watch bills.

4. Monitor hereability of threat.

5. Monitor site security.

6. Monitor command and control of SIGINT/EW elements.

7. Monitor all facets of SIGINT/EW unit operations to meet
Essential Elements of Information (EEI).

8. Establish and maintain liaison with higher, adjacent, and
supporting organizations.

9. Modify existing collection plan according to EEI.

10. Ensure collection is carried out.

11. Deploy teams based on the collection plan.

12. Distribute call signs and frequencies among teams.

13. Issue and distribute equipment.

14. Assign daily hours of coverage.

15. Brief rules of engagement.

16. Coordinate points of contact for supply and logistical
needs.

17. Disseminate timely reports and information as required.

18. Advise OIC on SIGINT/EW sites.

a. Conduct map analysis.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-11


(1) Determine accessibility.

(2) Evaluate terrain characteristics.

b. Determine disposition of threat and friendly forces.

(1) Location.

(2) Identify security risks.

(3) Security friendly forces can provide.

c. Consider scheme of maneuver.

d. Advise OIC on alternate sites.

e. Determine logistics support requirements.

f. Consider type of transport required to deploy.

g. Ensure a report or plan detailing site layout is
produced, identifying primary and secondary sites.

19. Direct site set-up.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.5.2 DIRECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) EQUIPMENT OPERATION

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel, Essential Elements of Information (EEI), SIGINT/EW
tasking, and references.

STANDARD: Direct SIGINT/EW equipment operation ensuring
equipment, personnel, support, security, and safety
requirements are met to support the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze mission and EEI's.

a. Consider number of hours mission is active.

b. Consider threat location.

2. Determine equipment requirements.

a. Number.

b. Type.

c. Ensure equipment compatibility to mission.

3. Determine personnel requirements.

a. Military Occupational Specialty (MOS), rank.

b. Ensure personnel are trained to sufficiently operate
equipment.

4. Determine mix of personnel to equipment.

5. Determine support/power requirements.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-12


6. Determine security requirements.

7. Determine safety requirements.

8. Review situation reports on daily equipment operation.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action

2. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.5.3 COORDINATE EMPLOYMENT OF SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/
ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) ASSETS WITH
OTHER UNITS

CONDITION(S): Given the mission, enemy, troops, terrain
(METT), collection plan, intelligence from Marine Air/Ground
Task Force (MAGTF), and references.

STANDARD: Coordinate employment of SIGINT/EW assets with other
units ensuring communications compatibility and identifying
logistical and security requirements to support the mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine other friendly SIGINT/EW units working
(agency/service).

2. Establish liaison with other units.

a. Work out exchange of technical data with other friendly
SIGINT/EW units.

b. Establish communications.

3. Determine communication equipment compatibility with
friendly SIGINT/EW units.

4. Identify security requirements.

5. Identify logistical requirements.

6. Identify joint Cryptologic Resource Coordinator (CRC).


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare

3. USSID 15 (classified title)

4. USSID 9 (classified title)

5. USSID 5 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.5.4 SUPERVISE CAMOUFLAGING OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
POSITIONS AND EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given availability of equipment and personnel,
topographical map of area of operation, results of site survey,
camouflage material, and TM 5-1080-200-10.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-13


STANDARD: Camouflaging will represent the terrain and ensure
SIGINT/EW positions are hidden.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze terrain.

2. Identify type of camouflage needed.

a. Radar scattering.

b. Radar transparent.

c. Seasonal material.

3. Plan camouflage to represent the terrain.

4. Observe installation for modifications.

5. Direct modifications when necessary.


REFERENCE(S):

1. TM 5-1080-200-10


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 6 - SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
PROCESSING AND REPORTING PROCEDURES


TASK: 2691.6.1 ESTABLISH OPERATIONS, CONTROL AND ANALYSIS
CENTER (OCAC)

CONDITION(S): Given a plan of action, operations plan,
collection plan, availability of equipment and personnel,
threat signals technical data, Electronic Order of Battle
(EOB), Automated Communication-Electronic Operating Instruction
(ACEOI), and references.

STANDARD: Establish the OCAC by identifying and establishing
required functions and ensuring adequate assets are covering
collection, direction finding (DF), electronic countermeasures
(ECM), communications security (COMSEC), and analysis and
reporting.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Coordinate liaison with Special Security Officer (SSO).

2. Establish administrative procedures to establish Tactical
Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (T-SCIF).

3. Determine site of OCAC based on plan of action and
collection plan (determine a central location to best
control detachment assets).

4. Establish communication paths between internal and external
elements.

5. Provide adequate assets covering collection, DF, ECM
operations, and COMSEC.

6. Determine personnel requirements to match threat
capabilities.

a. Number.

b. Experience level.

7. Set up DF control within OCAC.

a. Establish DF flash and reporting net.

b. Establish DF flash and reporting procedures.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-14


c. Establish plotting procedures.

d. Determine reporting criteria.

e. Determine sanitization requirements.

f. Determine dissemination requirements.

g. Establish schedule of reporting.

h. Determine transmission modes.

8. Review EOB and reference materials in operations plan
including photos, charts, dictionaries and all other
available information on targets.

9. Establish procedures for updating the database on the
threat (EOB).

10. Ensure security aspects of T-SCIF establishment are adhered
to.

a. Consider guard force requirements.

b. Consider external support requirements.

11. Establish Collection Management Authority.

12. Establish ECM control.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. FMFM 3-30, Communications

3. USSID 103 (classified title)

4. USSID 412 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


________________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.6.2 MONITOR OPERATIONS, CONTROL AND ANALYSIS
CENTER (OCAC) OPERATIONS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, collection plan, OCAC Tactical
Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (T-SCIF),
availability of equipment and personnel, commander's guidance,
and USSID 300 series.

STANDARD: Monitor OCAC operations ensuring reports go out,
analysis is conducted, stations are manned, and status of
signals intelligence/electronic warfare (SIGINT/EW) efforts is
briefed.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review critic reporting procedures.

a. Consider sanitization requirements.

b. Consider dissemination requirements.

c. Consider schedule of reporting.

d. Consider transmission modes.

2. Monitor OCAC operations to include:

a. Reporting effort.

b. Traffic analysis.

c. Cryptanalysis.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-15


d. Signals analysis.

e. Collection management.

f. Electronic countermeasures (ECM).

g. Direction finding (DF).

h. Communications security (COMSEC) monitoring and
analysis.

i. Collection effort.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.6.3 ASSIST COMMUNICATION-ELECTRONIC OFFICER (CEO)
IN RESOLVING MEACONING, INTERFERENCE, JAMMING,
INTRUSION (MIJI) INCIDENT

CONDITION(S): Given MIJI incident reports, availability of
equipment and personnel, signal monitor, and references.

STANDARD: Assist CEO in resolving the MIJI incident by
determining source of MIJI and reporting results for corrective
action.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Direct following actions:

a. Establish liaison with Operation, Control and Analysis
Center (OCAC).

b. Acquire signal.

c. Analyze signal characteristics.

d. Direction find (DF) signal to determine location of
origin.

e. Determine source.

f. Report results for corrective action.


REFERENCE(S):

1. MCO 3430.3, Meaconing, Interference, Jamming, and Intrusion
(MIJI)

2. USSID 58 (classified title)

3. USSID 325 (classified title)

4. OH 7-12, Electronic Warfare


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.6.4 DIRECT TACTICAL ELECTRONIC RECONNAISSANCE
PROCESSING AND EVALUATION SYSTEM (TERPES)
PROCESSING AND REPORTING PROCEDURES

CONDITION(S): Given the mission tape, AN/TSQ-90 TERPES van,
TERPES trained 2631 personnel, processing priorities, and
references.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-16


STANDARD: Direct TERPES processing and reporting procedures by
monitoring quality assurance, processing, and reporting
efforts, and by mediating between aircrew and analysts.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Ensure priorities are followed.

2. Change and adjust efforts according to updates of
information.

3. Ensure TERPES trained personnel are assigned to mission.

4. Mediate between aircrew and analysts.

5. Ensure quality assurance procedures are followed.

6. Ensure processing is completed in a timely manner.

7. Ensure reporting is completed and goes to the right
organizations.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 3-23, Signals Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations

2. USSID 140 (classified title)

3. USSID 240 (classified title)

4. USSID 522 (classified title)

5. AN/TSQ-90 TERPES User/s Manual


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)



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TASK: 2691.6.5 RECOGNIZE CRITIC INFORMATION

CONDITION(S): Given activity/situation containing CRITIC
information, intercepted raw traffic, technical guidance, and
references.

STANDARD: Recognize intercepted and/or collateral information
as meeting CRITIC reporting criteria and report CRITIC
information within established time requirements per USSID
301.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze raw traffic and situation.

2. Select USSID in 300 series applicable to target.

3. Determine whether activity/situation meets CRITIC criteria
per USSID 301.

4. Report situation as meeting CRITIC criteria to
supervisor.

5. Prepare CRITIC report per USSID 301 format.


REFERENCE(S):

1. USSID 301 (classified title)

2. USSID 300 series (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Without a strategic reporting mission, this task is
performed via immediate threat recognition.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-17


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DUTY AREA 7 - SECURITY PROCEDURES


TASK: 2691.7.1 IMPLEMENT CLASSIFIED MATERIAL CONTROL
PROCEDURES

CONDITION(S): Given a list of controlled publications, log
books, list of units requesting documents and their clearance
level, and references.

STANDARD: Implement classified material control procedures so
that no loss, compromise, or inadvertent disclosure of
information occurs.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Appoint Classified Material System (CMS) custodian.

2. Ensure CMS functions are carried out.

3. Establish liaison with SSO or establish SSO.

4. Establish access requirements/procedures.

a. Ensure access to publications is controlled.

b. Control access to facilities.

c. Identify personnel who have access to materials and
facility

d. Establish need to know.

5. Establish classified material registry of controlled
documents, and ensure it is updated and kept current.

6. Establish classified materials sign in/sign out
procedures.

a. Log controlled publications.

b. Ensure publications/working aids are properly signed
out when checked out.

c. Ensure accountability of documents is maintained.

7. Establish classified materials storage procedures, ensuring
materials are secure.

8. Establish destruction accountability procedures.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-18


TASK: 2691.7.2 PERFORM SPECIAL SECURITY FUNCTIONS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of personnel and
their clearance levels, security requirements, security control
equipment to include an inventory of destructive devices, a log
detailing inventory of classified materials and location, DOD
5200.2R, DOD 5210.M1, DOD 5210.M2, DOD 5210.M3, DCID 1/14, DCID
1/19, DCID 1/21, OPNAVINST 5510.1, and USSID 3.

STANDARD: Perform special security functions so there is
mission accomplishment with no loss or compromise of
information.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Update Emergency Action Plan (EAP).

a. Ensure classifications including priorities are labeled
on items.

b. List means of destroying data or equipment.

c. Ensure devices are close at hand and in a secure
place.

d. Outline security procedures or missions of each
individual.

e. Outline what level EAP is required.

f. Designate who would implement plan.

2. Ensure physical security.

a. Tactical Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
(T-SCIF).

b. Fixed site.

3. Ensure tempest security.

4. Ensure personnel security.

a. Ensure appropriate clearance level of personnel.

b. Determine need to know.

c. Give mission brief emphasizing security conditions.

5. Ensure information security.

a. Sanitization.

b. Automated Data Processing (ADP) security.

c. Message distribution/courier responsibility.

d. Classification.

6. Familiarize with administrative procedures in references.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DOD 5200.2R (classified title)

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)

5. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/14

6. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/19

7. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/21


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-19


8. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

9. USSID 3 (classified title)


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. EAP is a simulation. No destruction of Government property
will take place.


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TASK: 2691.7.3 ESTABLISH TACTICAL SENSITIVE COMPARTMENTED
INFORMATION FACILITY (T-SCIF)

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, availability of equipment and
personnel and their clearance levels, topographical map of area
of operation, threat signals technical data, security
requirements, and references.

STANDARD: Establish T-SCIF ensuring mission accomplishment
with no loss or compromise of information.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Analyze mission.

2. Coordinate/determine location.

a. Consider terrain.

b. Consider friendly capabilities.

c. Consider threat capabilities.

3. Ensure physical security.

4. Ensure tempest security.

5. Ensure personnel security.

a. Ensure appropriate clearance level of personnel.

b. Determine need to know.

c. Give mission brief emphasizing security conditions.

6. Ensure information security.

a. Sanitization.

b. Automated Data Processing (ADP) security.

c. Message distribution/courier responsibility.

d. Classification.


REFERENCE(S):

1. Director of Central Intelligence Directive (DCID) 1/21

2. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

3. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) 50-3


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


______________________________________________________________


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-20


TASK: 2691.7.4 MAINTAIN PHYSICAL SECURITY FOR CLASSIFIED
MATERIALS

CONDITION(S): Given classified materials, a facility
authorized to store classified materials [fixed site or
Tactical Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility
(T-SCIF)], log books, list of units requesting documents and
their clearance level, security regulations, classified
material control resources, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Maintain physical security for classified materials
in a fixed site or T-SCIF per OPNAVINST 5510.1 by ensuring
materials are inventoried, secured, and controlled.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive classified material observing TPI (two person
integrity)

2. Ensure security procedures for a fixed site are
maintained.

a. Enforce classified materials sign-in/sign-out
procedures.

(1) Assign control number to all documents.

(2) Ensure classified materials are properly signed
out when checked out.

(3) Ensure classified materials are inventoried.

b. Enforce access procedures.

(1) Control access to classified materials.

(2) Control access to facilities.

(3) Ensure only authorized personnel have access to
materials.

c. Enforce classified materials storage procedures.

(1) Ensure classified materials are secured open
storage.

(2) Ensure classified materials are secured closed
storage.

d. Ensure tempest security is maintained.

3. Ensure security procedures for T-SCIF are maintained.

a. Inform adjudicator of mission requirements:

(1) Location.

(2) Classified materials to be taken.

(3) Duration of exercise.

(4) Means of communication.

b. Ensure T-SCIF is set up in accordance with pertinent
directives.

(1) Ensure physical security is enforced.

(2) Ensure information security is enforced.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. DOD 5210.M1 (classified title)

3. DOD 5210.M2 (classified title)

4. DOD 5210.M3 (classified title)

5. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) 50-3


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-21


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.7.5 PERFORM EMERGENCY ACTION PROCEDURES RELATED TO
CLASSIFIED MATERIAL

CONDITION(S): Given classified material, an emergency action
plan (EAP), an emergency situation, emergency destruction
materials, and local Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).

STANDARD: Perform emergency action procedures per the EAP,
local SOP, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine EAP requirements:

a. Volume, level, and sensitivity.

b. Amount of usage.

c. Proximity to hostile forces or countries and countries
with unstable governments.

d. Time constraints.

2. Determine priority of materials for salvage/destruction.

3. Destroy classified materials.

4. Ensure destruction reports are submitted to the Special
Security Officer (SSO).

5. Ensure salvaged materials are moved to secure location.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program

2. CSP-1, Cryptographic Security Policy and Procedures


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. An emergency condition may be simulated for training
purposes.


_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.7.6 DESTROY CLASSIFIED WORKING MATERIAL/RESIDUAL

CONDITION(S): Given outdated classified working
material/residual, classified material destruction reports, a
method of destruction, and OPNAVINST 5510.1.

STANDARD: Destroy classified material/residual in such a
manner that no part is recoverable and document classified
material destruction in logs per OPNAVINST 5510.1.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Receive authorization for destruction of classified
materials:

2. Complete classified material destruction report including
the following information per OPNAVINST 5510.1:

a. Title.

b. Control number.

c. Originator.

d. Copy number.


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-22


3. Ensure information in classified material report is
accurate.

4. Verify destruction of materials before actual destruction.

5. Destroy materials.

6. Provide Special Security Officer with report.

7. File copy of report.

8. Delete destroyed materials from publications inventory.


REFERENCE(S):

1. OPNAVINST 5510.1, Department of the Navy Information and
Personnel Security Program


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Actual destruction of documents may be simulated.

2. This task will be accomplished in the presence of a
witness.


_______________________________________________________________


DUTY AREA 8 - LOGISTICS AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES


TASK: 2691.8.1 DIRECT EMBARKATION OF SIGNALS
INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE (SIGINT/EW)
EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

CONDITION(S): Given a unit embarkation order, SIGINT/EW
equipment and supplies to be embarked, embarkation plan and
schedule, embarkation manifest, embark SOP, and references.

STANDARD: Direct embarkation of SIGINT/EW equipment and
supplies ensuring embark boxes are adequately waterproofed and
marked, equipment and supplies are combat loaded, and packing
lists are completed.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Adhere to unit embarkation Standard Operating Procedure
(SOP).

2. Coordinate with unit embarkation personnel.

3. Ensure adequate embark boxes are available and marked
appropriately.

4. Ensure embark boxes are adequately waterproofed.

5. Ensure equipment and supplies are combat loaded.

6. Ensure all hazardous materials are appropriately marked and
documented.

7. Provide vans with proper tie downs.

8. Ensure packing lists are appropriately completed and
distributed.

9. Ensure transportation is available at place of
debark/embark (POD/POE).

10. Ensure air pallets/forklifts are requested.

11. Ensure rolling stock is prepared for embark.


REFERENCE(S):

1. MCO P4600.7, USMC Transportation Manual

2. MCO 3120.6, Standard Embarkation Management System


Appendix H to
ENCLOSURE (6)
6-H-23


3. FMFM 4-6, Movement of Units in Air Force Aircraft


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)
_______________________________________________________________


TASK: 2691.8.2 DIRECT MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES FOR
SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC WARFARE
(SIGINT/EW) EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given maintenance management records (LM2, DPR)
and schedules, mission, Table of Organization (T/O) cover
letter, Table of Equipment (T/E), Table of Authorized
Publications (TAP), and references.

STANDARD: Direct maintenance management procedures for
SIGINT/EW equipment achieving/ensuring the serviceability of
unit SIGINT/EW equipment through the application of preventive
and authorized corrective measures in accordance with the
references.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review all orders and directives pertaining to
maintenance.

2. Review and update TAP.

3. Direct maintenance so that it is performed properly and
according to schedule per echelon level.

a. Preventive.

b. Scheduled.

c. Corrective.

4. Direct maintenance of records ensuring they are maintained
properly and are current.

5. Direct accountability of equipment within maintenance
cycle.

6. Direct timely reconciliations of maintenance management.

7. Inspect maintenance management program ensuring adherence to
applicable directives.

8. Ensure personnel technical skills to provide an effective
maintenance capability are commensurate with unit's echelon
of repair and equipment allowances.

9. Conduct inspections to determine adequacy of maintenance
program.

10. Direct proper usage of maintenance management forms for the
requisition of repair parts.

11. Establish calibration program.

12. Establish modification program.

13. Establish tool procedures.

14. Establish publication control.

15. Direct preparation of turnover folders.

16. Manage Marine Corps Integrated Maintenance Management
System/Supported Activity Supply System (MIMMS/SASSY)
interface for SIGINT/EW equipment.

a. Review Daily Process Reports (DPR) status of
equipment.

b. Review daily LM2 reports.


REFERENCE(S):

1. MCO P4790.2, MIMMS Field Procedure Manual

2. TM 4700-15/1, Equipment Record Procedures


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3. UM 4790.5, MIMMS Automated Information System (AIS) Field
Maintenance Subsystem (FMSS)

4. MCO P4790.1, MIMMS Introduction Manual

5. MCO P5215.17, The USMC Technical Publication Manual

6. UM 4400-124, Fleet Marine Force (FMF) SASSY Using Unit
Procedures


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DUTY AREA 9 - TRAINING PROCEDURES


TASK: 2691.9.1 DIRECT SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE/ELECTRONIC
WARFARE (SIGINT/EW) TRAINING FOR
UNIT/DETACHMENT/SECTION

CONDITION(S): Given a unit's annual and quarterly training
plans, monthly training schedules, a list of available
personnel by Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) and rank,
Table of Equipment (T/E), training records, and the
references.

STANDARD: Direct training supervisors in order to achieve a
broad base of skilled SIGINT/EW personnel for the installation,
operation and maintenance of unit equipment with requisite
individual MOS skills identified in MCO's in 1510 series.
Ensure standardization of methods and procedures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Review annual and quarterly training plans.

2. Identify training strengths and weaknesses of SIGINT/EW
personnel.

3. Identify training strengths and weaknesses of unit.

4. Establish training priorities.

a. Mission oriented training.

b. Skill progression training.

c. Basic Warrior training.

d. Other related training.

5. Devise training plan to increase skill level of
personnel/unit.

a. MOS 2602 SIGINT/EW Officer training.

b. MOS 2621 Manual Morse training.

(1) Direction Finding (DF).

(2) Collection.

(3) Electronic Warfare (EW).

c. MOS 2629 Analyst training.

(1) DF.

(2) Collection.

(3) EW.

(4) Reporting.

d. MOS 2631 Nonmorse training.


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(1) DF.

(2) Collection.

(3) EW.

e. MOS 2631 Electronics Intelligence (ELINT) training.

(1) DF.

(2) Collection.

(3) EW.

f. MOS 2649 Cryptanalysis training.

g. MOS 2651 Special Intelligence Communications
(SPINTCOMM) training.

h. MOS 267X language training.

i. MOS 2691 SIGINT/EW Chief training.

j. General communications training.

k. Communications Security (COMSEC) training.

(1) DF.

(2) Collection.

(3) EW.

(4) Transcription/translation.

l. Physical/special security training.

m. Equipment training including preventive maintenance
training for MOS unique equipment.

n. Antenna utilization/propagation theory.

o. Electronic Order of Battle (EOB) training.

p. United States SIGINT Directives (USSID) identification
training.

q. Meaconing, Interference, Jamming, Intrusion (MIJI)
training.

r. Collection Management training.

s. Mission and organization of command.

6. Determine type and frequency of training to be conducted on
an individual/unit basis.

7. Schedule participants and trainers.

8. Provide supervision at all levels during conduct of
training.
9. Review lesson plans.

10. Evaluate skill levels attained against those
established.


REFERENCE(S):

1. MCO 1500.40, USMC Training Philosophy, Definitions,
Priorities, and Training Requirements

2. MCO P1200.7, MOS Manual

3. Applicable MCO's in 1510 series


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