Category: SSIC 01000 Military Personnel
Updated: 06/24/96
Number: MCO 1510.77
Subj: ITS SYS AVN SQDN COLLATERAL DUTY INTELL OFF

DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
HEADQUARTERS UNITES STATES MARINE CORPS
WASHINGTON, DC 20380-0001
MCO 1510.77
TE 31
7 Aug 90

MARINE CORPS ORDER 1510.77

From: Commandant of the Marine Corps
To: Distribution List

Subj: INDIVIDUAL TRAINING STANDARDS (ITS) SYSTEM FOR AVIATION
SQUADRON COLLATERAL DUTY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER

Ref: (a) MCO 1500.40
(b) MCO 1500.42A
(c) MCO 1553.1A

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 Aviation Squadron
Collateral Duty Intelligence Officer

1. Purpose. To publish the ITS System for the the Aviation
Squadron Collateral Duty Intelligence Officer.

2. Background

a. The reference 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.




3. 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 the Aviation Squadron Collateral
Duty Intelligence Officer 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 within an OccFld.

(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 the Aviation Squadron
Collateral Duty Intelligence Officer.

4. 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 Commanding
General, Marine Corps Research, Development and Acquisition
Command (MCRDAC).

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
Aviation Squadron Collateral Duty Intelligence Officer 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 Intelligence and command training plans.

5. 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.

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

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

E.T. COOK, JR.
By direction


DISTRIBUTION: PCN 10201655900

Copy to: 7230004 (20)
7000110 (5)
8145004, 005 (2)
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 Aviation Squadron Collateral Duty Intelligence
Officer, the numeric designators would be ASIO.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 the ASIO would be ASIO.1.X.

c. Tasks within a duty area are numbered consecutively. The
first task under the first duty area of the ASIO is numbered
ASIO.1.1. The second task under the third duty area of the ASIO
is numbered ASIO.3.2, and so forth.

3. ITS Components

a. Task. The task describes what a Marine has to do. It is
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 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 items number 24 of the Course Descriptive Data. Using
the SAT process, institutional commanders formulate programs of
instructions (POI) which fulfil 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 ASIO, AVIATION SQUADRON COLLATERAL DUTY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER



ASIO.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
PREPARE INTELLIGENCE
REQUIREMENTS

ASIO.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S CAPT
CONDUCT LIAISON WITH HIGHER,
LOWER, AND ADJACENT UNITS

ASIO.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S CAPT
PREPARE COUNTERINTELLIGENCE
REQUIREMENTS

ASIO.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
PREPARE INTELLIGENCE
REQUESTS TO HIGHER
HEADQUARTERS

ASIO.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
RESEARCH THE CAPABILITIES OF
THREAT FORCES

ASIO.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
SUPERVISE THE UTILIZATION OF
INTELLIGENCE DATA BASES

ASIO.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
PREPARE THE JOINT TACTICAL
AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE AND
SURVEILLANCE REQUESTS
(JTARS)

ASIO.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
CONDUCT A DEBRIEFING OF
AIRCREW PERSONNEL

ASIO.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
UTILIZE DIGITAL DATA
INFORMATION

ASIO.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
INTERPRET MAPS, CHARTS, AND
GEODETIC SURVEYS

ASIO.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
SUPERVISE THE PROCESSING
OF INTELLIGENCE REPORTS

ASIO.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
CONDUCT TARGET INTELLIGENCE
ANALYSIS

ASIO.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
CONDUCT THREAT ANALYSIS

ASIO.3.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
ASSIST IN MISSION PLANNING

ASIO.3.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
CONDUCT IMAGERY ORIENTATION

ASIO.3.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE FOR
TACTICAL RECOVERY OF
AIRCRAFT AND PERSONNEL
(TRAP) OPERATIONS

ASIO.3.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
PROCESS POW'S DETAINEES,
CAPTURED DOCUMENTS AND
EQUIPMENT

ASIO.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
DETERMINE REQUIREMENTS FOR
DISSEMINATION

ASIO.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
ADVISE THE COMMANDER ON
INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS

ASIO.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
SUPERVISE THE PREPARATION OF
INTELLIGENCE REPORTS

ASIO.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
SUPERVISE THE PREPARATION OF
A TARGET FOLDER

ASIO.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
CONDUCT BRIEFINGS IN SUPPORT
OF THE UNIT MISSION

ASIO.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
CONDUCT THE INTELLIGENCE
PORTION OF THE STAFF
PLANNING PROCESS

ASIO.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
IDENTIFY SQUADRON
COMMUNICATION/ADP
INTELLIGENCE REQUIREMENTS


ENCLOSURE (3)
1


TASK TASK FS MOJT Grade
NUMBER SUST
______________________________________________________________

ASIO.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
CONDUCT STAFF COORDINATION
FOR UTILIZATION OF
SURVEILLANCE,
RECONNAISSANCE, AND
INTELLIGENCE (SRI) GROUP
ASSETS

ASIO.5.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
IDENTIFY SOURCES FOR
WEATHER INFORMATION

ASIO.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
MANAGE MAPS, CHARTS, AND
GEODETIC (MCG) SURVEYS
PRODUCTS

ASIO.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
SUPERVISE THE DEVELOPMENT OF
THE INTELLIGENCE TRAINING
PLAN FOR THE COMMAND

ASIO.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
SUPERVISE THE DEVELOPMENT OF
THE INTELLIGENCE TRAINING
PLANS FOR THE INTELLIGENCE
SECTION

ASIO.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
PREPARE THE INTELLIGENCE SOP

ASIO.6.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
SUPERVISE THE CONDUCT OF THE
INTELLIGENCE PUBLICATIONS
PROGRAM

ASIO.6.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
UTILIZE ADP EQUIPMENT IN
SUPPORT OF THE INTELLIGENCE
SECTION

ASIO.6.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . S 12 CAPT
CONDUCT INTELLIGENCE
BRIEFINGS

ASIO.6.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S CAPT
ASSIST THE S-3 WITH THE
SERE PROGRAM

ASIO.6.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . P S/12 CAPT
SUPERVISE THE RECOGNITION
PROGRAM


ENCLOSURE (3)
2


COMMON ITS LISTING


1. General. This enclosure provides a cross reference of ITS's
common to more than one MOS within an OccFld. 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: ASIO.1.1


* ASIO refers to the Aviation Squadron Collateral Duty
Intelligence Officer.

* .1 refers to the Duty Area within the MOS; in this case,
"Direction."

* .1 refers to the Task; in this case, "Prepare Intelligence
Requirements."


TASK TITLE COMMON TASK NUMBERS

THIS ENCLOSURE NOT APPLICABLE


ENCLOSURE (4)
1


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

Multispectral work station
GENSER imagery
Maps
Analytical Photogramatic Positioning System (APPS)
Grid scales
Solar powered calculators
Graphics plotters


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


TRAINING EQUIPMENT


Z-248 or AN/YUK-83 personal computers
Tactical Aviation Mission Planning System (TAMPS) System
PC NIPS data base
Copy machine
Slide projector
Video cassette recorder (VCR)
Video camera
Monitors
Projection screen
Video tapes
CD ROM for Z-248s or AN/YUK-83 personal computers


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


AMMUNITION, EXPLOSIVES, AND PYROTECHNICS


This appendix identifies ammunition, explosive and pyrotechnics
(CLASS V) requirements for a task.

* The first column is the task number.

* The second column identifies the Department of Defense
Identification Code (DODIC).

* The third column is the Nomenclature pertaining to the
DODIC.

* The fourth column, "Initial Proficiency," identifies the
quantity of CLASS V each trainee will expend to achieve
initial proficiency in this task.

* The fifth column, "Per Iteration," lists the quantity of
CLASS V expended to maintain proficiency after initial
proficiency is achieved.

* The sixth column, Annual Sustainment, provides the amount
of CLASS V required for one Marine to maintain proficiency
in this task for a one year period. Annual Sustainment
quantities are derived by the following formula:


_________________________________________________________________
| 12 Months Divided By Sustainment Factor Times Per Iteration |
| Equals Annual Sustainment |
|_______________________________________________________________|





Example: Take the Sustainment Factor from Enclosure (3).
Divide this number into 12 months to find out how
many times per year a task must be re-evaluated or
retrained:

* TASK 1330.1.5 has a sustainment factor of 3.

* This number divided into 12, tells you the task has to
be retrained four times per year (every three months).

* Multiply 4 times the "per iteration" factor to find the
annual sustainment quantity.


___________________________
| 12 months/3 x 4 = 16 |
|_________________________|


It takes 16, 12 gauge buckshot rounds to maintain proficiency
in this task every year.


INITIAL PER ANNUAL
TASK DODIC NOMENCLATURE PROFICIENCY ITERATION SUSTAINMENT


Does not apply to the ASIO.


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


TRAINING MATERIALS


MCI 02.12, The Soviet Military Threat

MCI 02.13, The Opposing Forces NBC Threat

MCI 02.10, Combat Intelligence (TBS)

MCI 7505B, Intelligence (AWS)

MCI 02.9A, Intelligence for the Marine Air Ground Task Force
(MAGTF)


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


INDIVIDUAL TRAINING STANDARDS FOR AVIATION SQUADRON COLLATERAL
DUTY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER

MOS ASIO, AVIATION SQUADRON COLLATERAL DUTY INTELLIGENCE
OFFICER


DUTY AREA 1 - DIRECTION
TASK ASIO.1.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-1
PREPARE INTELLIGENCE REQUIREMENTS

TASK ASIO.1.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-1
CONDUCT LIAISON WITH HIGHER, LOWER, AND ADJACENT
UNITS

TASK ASIO.1.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-2
PREPARE COUNTERINTELLIGENCE REQUIREMENTS

TASK ASIO.1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-2
PREPARE INTELLIGENCE REQUESTS TO HIGHER
HEADQUARTERS


DUTY AREA 2 - COLLECTION

TASK ASIO.2.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-3
RESEARCH THE CAPABILITIES OF THREAT FORCES

TASK ASIO.2.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-3
SUPERVISE THE UTILIZATION OF INTELLIGENCE DATA
BASES

TASK ASIO.2.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-4
PREPARE THE JOINT TACTICAL AERIAL RECONNAISSANCE
AND SURVEILLANCE REQUESTS (JTARS)

TASK ASIO.2.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-4
CONDUCT A DEBRIEFING OF AIRCREW PERSONNEL


DUTY AREA 3 - PROCESSING

TASK ASIO.3.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-5
UTILIZE DIGITAL DATA INFORMATION

TASK ASIO.3.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-5
INTERPRET MAPS, CHARTS, AND GEODETIC SURVEYS

TASK ASIO.3.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-6
SUPERVISE THE PROCESSING OF INTELLIGENCE REPORTS

TASK ASIO.3.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-6
CONDUCT TARGET INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS

TASK ASIO.3.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-7
CONDUCT THREAT ANALYSIS

TASK ASIO.3.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-7
ASSIST IN MISSION PLANNING

TASK ASIO.3.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-8
CONDUCT IMAGERY ORIENTATION

TASK ASIO.3.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-9
PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE FOR TACTICAL RECOVERY OF
AIRCRAFT AND PERSONNEL (TRAP) OPERATIONS

TASK ASIO.3.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-10
PROCESS POW'S, DETAINEES, CAPTURED DOCUMENTS
AND EQUIPMENT


DUTY AREA 4 - DISSEMINATION

TASK ASIO.4.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-10
DETERMINE REQUIREMENTS FOR DISSEMINATION

TASK ASIO.4.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-10
ADVISE THE COMMANDER ON INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS

TASK ASIO.4.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-11
SUPERVISE THE PREPARATION OF INTELLIGENCE
REPORTS

TASK ASIO.4.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-12
SUPERVISE THE PREPARATION OF A TARGET FOLDER

TASK ASIO.4.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-13
CONDUCT BRIEFINGS IN SUPPORT OF THE UNIT
MISSION


DUTY AREA 5 - STAFF PLANNING AND OPERATIONAL EMPLOYMENT

TASK ASIO.5.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-14
CONDUCT THE INTELLIGENCE PORTION OF THE STAFF
PLANNING PROCESS

TASK ASIO.5.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-14
IDENTIFY SQUADRON COMMUNICATION/ADP INTELLIGENCE
REQUIREMENTS

TASK ASIO.5.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-15
CONDUCT STAFF COORDINATION FOR UTILIZATION OF
SURVEILLANCE, RECONNAISSANCE, AND INTELLIGENCE
(SRI) GROUP ASSETS

TASK ASIO.5.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-15
IDENTIFY SOURCES FOR WEATHER INFORMATION

ENCLOSURE (6)
1


DUTY AREA 6 - ADMINISTRATION

TASK ASIO.6.1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-16
MANAGE MAPS, CHARTS, AND GEODETIC (MCG) SURVEYS
PRODUCTS

TASK ASIO.6.2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-16
SUPERVISE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTELLIGENCE
TRAINING PLAN FOR THE COMMAND

TASK ASIO.6.3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-18
SUPERVISE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTELLIGENCE
TRAINING PLANS FOR THE INTELLIGENCE SECTION

TASK ASIO.6.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-19
PREPARE THE INTELLIGENCE SOP

TASK ASIO.6.5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-21
SUPERVISE THE CONDUCT OF THE INTELLIGENCE
PUBLICATIONS PROGRAM

TASK ASIO.6.6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-21
UTILIZE ADP EQUIPMENT IN SUPPORT OF THE
INTELLIGENCE SECTION

TASK ASIO.6.7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-22
CONDUCT INTELLIGENCE BRIEFINGS

TASK ASIO.6.8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-22
ASSIST THE S-3 WITH THE SERE PROGRAM

TASK ASIO.6.9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-A-23
SUPERVISE THE RECOGNITION PROGRAM


ENCLOSURE (6)
2


MOS ASIO, AVIATION SQUADRON COLLATERAL DUTY INTELLIGENCE OFFICER


DUTY AREA 1 - DIRECTION


TASK: ASIO.1.1 PREPARE INTELLIGENCE REQUIREMENTS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission.

STANDARD: Intelligence requirements will include EEI, OIR,
and basic requirements extracted from all available sources.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine basic requirements.

2. Research on hand information to satisfy basic
requirements.

3. Prioritize remaining requirements to recommend EEI's
for commander's approval.

4. List remaining requirements as OIR's.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence, Chapter (current).

2. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations.

3. FMFM 0-3, Doctrinal Publications Guide.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Prior to performing this task the Marine must be
cognizant of all source intelligence assets and their
products.


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TASK: ASIO.1.2 CONDUCT LIAISON WITH HIGHER, LOWER, AND
ADJACENT UNITS

CONDITION(S): Given an operational situation.

STANDARD: Liaison must be performed as required by the
operational situation in a timely, thorough, and
accurate manner.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Develop liaison with counterparts at higher, lower,
and adjacent units.

2. Disseminate intelligence information by means of
verbal/written communication.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence.

2. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations.

3. Current OPLAN's/CONPLAN's.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)

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


TASK: ASIO.1.3 PREPARE COUNTERINTELLIGENCE REQUIREMENTS

CONDITION(S): In an operational situation and given a mission
statement.

STANDARD: Counterintelligence requirements will be based on the
EEI, EEFI, OIR, and basic requirements extracted from available
sources.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine basic counterintelligence requirements.

2. Determine EEI.

3. Include EEFI obtained from the unit staff.

4. Determine OIR.

5. Supervise and coordinate as appropriate.

REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-60, Counterintelligence.

2. FMFM 2-4, Counterintelligence.

3. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The Marine must be familiar with the capabilities and
limitations of CI assets.


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TASK: ASIO.1.4 PREPARE INTELLIGENCE REQUESTS TO HIGHER
HEADQUARTERS

CONDITIONS(S): Given a mission.

STANDARD: Complete, accurate, and timely orders and requests
must be provided to higher headquarters and integrated into the
overall intelligence collection plan.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Set forth the Who, What, When, Where, and Why for
complete understanding of the request.

2. Coordinate with other staff agencies in issuance of
orders/requests.

3. Prepare the applicable request formats.

REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence.

2. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations.

3. Joint Tactical Exploitation National System (J-TENS)
Manual.

4. Defense Intelligence Agency Manual (DIAM) Capabilities
Manual.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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


DUTY AREA 2 - COLLECTION


TASK: ASIO.2.1 RESEARCH THE CAPABILITIES OF THREAT FORCES

CONDITION(S): Given the references and an operational
requirement.

STANDARD: Threat capabilities research must satisfy all
requirements of the requester.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify threat forces.

2. Identify the applicable documented references.

3. Record the information from the references.

4. Prepare a written or oral presentation of the
subject(s) requested.

5. File the presentation for future reference.


REFERENCE(S):

1. PC-NIPS Data Base.

2. MCI 02.12, The Soviet Military Threat.

3. MCM 3-1, Threat Reference Guide and Countertactics.

4. Applicable DIAM.

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.2.2 SUPERVISE THE UTILIZATION OF INTELLIGENCE
DATA BASES

CONDITION(S): Given an intelligence data base.

STANDARD: The intelligence officer must ensure that intelligence
personnel extract data to satisfy requirements as set forth
below.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify intelligence data bases.

2. List contents of intelligence data bases.

3. Supervise the retrieval of information.

4. Supervise the update of intelligence data bases.


REFERENCE(S):

1. NIPS Mini Data Base.

2. TAMPS Operators Manual.

3. PC-NIPS Users Manual.

4. Consolidated Recurring Document Listing (CRDL).

5. CADOP Data Base.


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


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.2.3 PREPARE THE JOINT TACTICAL AERIAL
RECONNAISSANCE AND SURVEILLANCE REQUESTS (JTARS)

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, and provided with the
necessary format, prepare a JTARS.

STANDARD: The JTARS form and a NATO approved format will be
used for aerial imagery reconnaissance requests

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Supervise the completion of items L and O-S as a
minimum on JTARS Form.

2. Supervise the completion of items M, N, and T-W as
required on JTAR Form.

3. Supervise the initiation of the lowest level capable
of accomplishing request.

4. Supervise the preparation of aerial imagery request per
ATP-27.

5. Supervise the preparation of request in message format.

REFERENCE(S):

1. STANAG No 3277.

2. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence.

3. ATP-27.

4. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations.

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.2.4 CONDUCT A DEBRIEFING OF AIRCREW PERSONNEL

CONDITION(S): Given a type mission debrief situation and
situation and references required for a proper debriefing.

STANDARD: The debriefing must retrieve information with the goal
of producing intelligence in the content of the report formats.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Prepare for the debrief.

2. Arrange for debriefing aids.

3. Apply passive and active debriefing techniques.

4. Conduct debriefing.

5. Review information collected.

6. Prepare debriefing report.

7. Disseminate report, as appropriate.

8. File a copy of the report for possible future use.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 101-5, Staff Organization and Operations,
Appendix I.


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


2. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence, Section 13, Appendix AE.

3. FMFM 2-2, Amphibious Reconnaissance, Section 3.

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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DUTY AREA 3 - PROCESSING


TASK: ASIO.3.1 UTILIZE DIGITAL DATA INFORMATION

CONDITION(S): Given a scenario, mission and digital
information/products.

STANDARD: The Marine will utilize digital information/products
to satisfy the requester's EEI's/OIR's.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify available digital data sources, systems and
products.

2. Determine suitability of appropriate digital data
sources, systems and products.

3. Demonstrate the utilization of digital data to satisfy
EEI's/OIR's.


REFERENCE(S):

1. DMA Catalog, Volume VII.

2. Naval Multispectral Application and Requirements Study
(NMARS).

3. TAMPS Operators Manual.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_________________________________________________________________



TASK: ASIO.3.2 INTERPRET MAPS, CHARTS, AND GEODETIC SURVEYS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, a map, a chart, and/or geodetic
survey and protractor.

STANDARD: Mission area will be identified and all significant
terrain features, avenues of approach, and objectives
will be plotted.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Locate and describe specified information found in the
margin of various maps.

2. Locate points on a map using geographic and map terrain
association.

3. Determine the distances between points on a map.

4. Determine the azimuth between points on a map.

5. Analyze terrain features and symbols.

6. Determine likely avenues of approach based on type of
unit.

7. Locate likely key terrain and obstacles.

8. Spot probable target locations.

9. Read/convert geographic/UTM coordinates.

10. Convert from magnetic to grid azimuths.


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


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 21-26, Map Reading.

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.3.3 SUPERVISE THE PROCESSING OF INTELLIGENCE
REPORTS

CONDITION(S): Given an intelligence report.

STANDARD: The supervision of processing intelligence reports
will involve the identification of gaps and the acquisition of
information. The intelligence officer will ensure that
analysis will complete, confirm, or refute fragmentary
information, leading to conclusions reflecting probable enemy
courses of action.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Isolate gaps in information.

2. Assemble new information into groups of related
items.

3. Evaluate information for pertinence, reliability,
timeliness and accuracy.

4. Determine significance of information relative to known
intelligence and the friendly mission.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-3, Intelligence Analysis, Chapter 2.

2. FM 2-2, Amphibious Reconnaissance, Page 125.

3. FM 2-1, Intelligence.

4. FM 1-75, Combat Training of the Individual Soldier and
Patrolling (General).

5. FM 30-17, Counterintelligence (General).

6. FMFM 5-6, Air Reconnaissance.

7. FM 30-15, Intelligence Interrogation (General).

8. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The intelligence officer will ensure that intelligence
personnel can apply the performance steps listed above to
the reports included in Annex Q of the operation order.

2. The processing of these reports are listed as separate
tasks in the 0231 MOS to facilitate training and use of
references.


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TASK: ASIO.3.4 CONDUCT TARGET INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission and a threat.

STANDARD: The analysis of potential targets (C3, C3CM modes,
POL sites, airfields, ports and harbors, railroad complexes,
power and water facilities, OOB facilities, subsystems, and
systems) will include an assessment of assets, integration of
information concerning those assets and a hypothesis of the
results of that information necessary to carry out a target
operation.


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


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine criticality, accessibility, recognizability,
vulnerability, effect on the local populace, and
recuperability (CARVER).

2. Determine survivability of assets tasked to perform the
mission.

3. Assess information for pertinence, reliability, accuracy
and timeliness.

4. Develop target folders (see ASIO.4.4).

5. Maintain graphic, textual, tabular, or other target
information.

6. Conduct a target analysis brief for the commander.


REFERENCE(S):

1. NMITC MAGTF Targeting Handbook, M562, M563, M564, M565,
M566, M567, and M568.

2. FM 34-3, Intelligence Analysis, Chapter 2.

3. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence, Chapter 12.

4. NWP 22-2, Supporting Arms in Amphibious Operations,
Chapter 8.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.3.5 CONDUCT THREAT ANALYSIS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, a threat, and threat reference
guides.

STANDARD: The threat analysis will cover all aspects of the
threat systems.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify the threat to include capabilities,
limitations, tactics and countermeasures.

2. Brief the analysis of the threat.

REFERENCE(S):

1. OH 5-5, Antiair Warfare, Appendixes A and B.

2. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations.

3. MCM 3-1, Threat Reference Guide and Countertactics.

4. OH 2-1.1, Combat Intelligence.

5. DIA Fact Book


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.3.6 ASSIST IN MISSION PLANNING

CONDITION(S): Given a mission.

STANDARD: Mission planning encompasses detailed analysis of
the threat and effects of the weather and terrain to accomplish
the mission.


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


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine the threat to the friendly force.

2. Establish and monitor a collection plan.

3. Determine the effects of weather and terrain.

4. Identify primary and alternate targets/landing zones.

5. Provide target analysis and target materials (maps,
charts, LZ studies, etc.).

6. Conduct flak analysis.

a. Determine, plot, and brief AAA, SAM, and radar
locations and capabilities.

b. Formulate safe altitudes and ingress/egress
routes.

7. Assist in formulation of countertactics against the
threat.

8. Utilize the Tactical Aircraft Mission Planning System
(TAMPS).


REFERENCE(S):

1. MCM 3-1, Threat Reference Guide and Countertactics.

2. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence.

3. OH 2-1.1, Combat Intelligence.

4. TAMPS Operators Manual.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_________________________________________________________________



TASK: ASIO.3.7 CONDUCT IMAGERY ORIENTATION

CONDITION(S): Given imagery and a map, extract pertinent
information.

STANDARD: The Marine will, when given an imagery product,
provide new intelligence.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Orient the image to the related map.

2. Select identifiable features and transfer a grid north
azimuth to imagery from map.

3. Determine the scale of the image.

4. Create a mosaic when applicable.

5. Distinguish and annotate any changes between existing
imagery and maps.

6. Use different types of imagery.

a. 1:2,500 - 1:50,000 vertical pinpoint.

b. 1:10,000 vertical strip.

c. Forward oblique.

d. Forward oblique run.

e. Low oblique pinpoint.

f. High oblique pinpoint.


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


g. Panoramic camera.

h. Night flash.

i. Side looking airborne radar imagery.

j. Infrared imagery.

k. Multispectral imagery.

REFERENCE(S)

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence, Chapter 10, Appendix U.

2. Naval Multispectral Application and Requirements Study
(NMARS).

3. DIA Capabilities Handbook.

4. J-TENS, Joint Tactical Exploitation of National Systems.



ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.3.8 PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE FOR TACTICAL RECOVERY OF
AIRCRAFT AND PERSONNEL (TRAP) OPERATIONS

CONDITION(S): Given a mission, area of operation, threat, and
intelligence estimate.

STANDARD: Intelligence aspects of TRAP planning will provide
threat
information, area of operations, TRAP zones, and safe ejection
areas (SEAS) to the aviators.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Record planning considerations.

a. Determine threat in operating area.

b. Analyze demographic study.

c. Analyze climatology study.

d. Study maps of potential TRAP areas.

e. Prepare the Isolated Personnel Report (ISOPREP) form.


2. Record safe areas.

3. Record Safe Ejection Areas (SEA).

4. Establish TRAP zones.

5. Provide TRAP zones to the operations officer.


REFERENCE(S):

1. AFR 64-3.

2. NWP 19-2.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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


TASK: ASIO.3.9 PROCESS POW'S, DETAINEES, CAPTURED DOCUMENTS AND
EQUIPMENT

CONDITION(S): Given a POW(s), detainee(s), and/or captured
documents or equipment.

STANDARD: The Marine will expeditiously process POWs, detainees,
and captured documents or equipment.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Implement the five "S's".

2. Maintain the captured document and equipment log.

3. Prepare appropriate personnel documentation.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 30-15, Intelligence Interrogation (General).

2. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence.

3. FM 19-40, Enemy Prisoners of War, Civilian Internees,
and Detained Persons.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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DUTY AREA 4 - DISSEMINATION


TASK: ASIO.4.1 DETERMINE REQUIREMENTS FOR DISSEMINATION

CONDITION(S): When the collecting and processing phases are
completed and given the need to convey intelligence in suitable
form, graphic or written, to the agencies needing it.

STANDARD: The requirements for dissemination are timeliness,
usability of form, pertinence, and security.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine timeliness factors for various items of
intelligence.

2. Determine factors which impact on the form of
dissemination such as, nature and location of the user,
urgency, and available means of dissemination.

3. Derive the criteria which makes intelligence pertinent.


4. Determine the security measures in the transmission of
messages.

5. Determine the means of transmission: message, direct
contact, or issuance of documents.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence, Page 8-2.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.4.2 ADVISE THE COMMANDER ON INTELLIGENCE OPERATIONS


CONDITION(S): Upon receipt of the mission from the commander.

STANDARD: Intelligence advice to a commander extends and
compliments the capabilities of the headquarters of higher
headquarters but does not duplicate them.


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


PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine the basic factors:

a. Specified and implied tasks.

b. Area of operations.

c. Enemy situation.

d. Required activities in the production of combat
intelligence.

e. Requirement for specialist teams.

f. Dissemination.

g. Target acquisition.

h. Administration (Message flow).

i. Requirements for maps, charts, and graphic aids.

j. Requirements for materials to support planning
and/or special operations.

2. Organize appropriate subsections to handle the heavy
volume of reading, interpretation, and dissemination.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence, Pages 2-8 and 2-9.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


________________________________________________________________



TASK: ASIO.4.3 SUPERVISE THE PREPARATION OF INTELLIGENCE
REPORTS

CONDITION(S): Given intelligence information reports or a change
in enemy capabilities.

STANDARD: The intelligence report will be disseminated on an "as
required" basis to higher, lower, and/or adjacent units as
quickly as possible after receiving pertinent information or
intelligence.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Prepare intelligence reports.

2. Record the intelligence report.

3. Ensure proper message format/standards are met.

4. Disseminate the intelligence report.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 34-3, Intelligence Analysis, Chapter 8-4, Appendixes
A-39, B-12, and B-22.

2. FM 2-1, Intelligence, Chapter 8-3, Appendix F.

3. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations, Appendix B-12.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


________________________________________________________________



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


TASK: ASIO.4.4 SUPERVISE THE PREPARATION OF A TARGET FOLDER

CONDITION(S): Given a mission; provided with target number or
basic encyclopedic (BE) numbers, maps, imagery, target
information, and references.

STANDARD: Target folders should contain five parts concerning
the target; providing an inventory/index; target and weapons
information; defense analysis; maps, charts, and imagery; and
SERE data. It must provide an overall analysis of the target,
threats in the target area, and finally SERE procedures.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Record the target.

2. Create the folder inventory/index.

a. Include listing of all material.

b. Classify targets based upon the sources utilized.

c. Prepare handling instructions.

d. Prepare dissemination instructions.

3. Record target and weapons information as follows:

a. Basic encyclopedia (BE) number.

b. Coordination of target(s).

c. Target name.

d. Source of target weapons data.

e. Target description.

f. Damage required.

g. Disseminate targets.

h. Reference points.

i. Remarks.

4. Record defense analysis.

a. Enemy OOB.

b. Radar capabilities.

c. Enemy air threat.

d. AAA/SAM OOB.

5. Record/provide maps, charts, imagery.

a. Maps 1:250,000 JOG (A).

b. Maps 1:50,000.

c. ATG 1:250,000.

d. JOG (R) 1:250,000.

e. TACTA.

f. Charts TPC and/or ONC.

g. Imagery.

(1) Organic/nonorganic.


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


(2) Tactical.

(3) Primary targets.

(4) Alternate targets.

h. APPS printout.

i. TAMPS printout.

6. Provide SERE information.

a. Safe areas.

b. E&E routes.

c. Safe Ejection Areas (SEA).

d. TRAP effort.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence, Section 16.

2. Unit SOP.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.4.5 CONDUCT BRIEFINGS IN SUPPORT OF THE UNIT
MISSION

CONDITION(S): Given an operational situation.

STANDARD: Briefing must include all required details of the
continuing enemy situation within the area of interest (AO), if
applicable, which pertain to known intelligence requirements.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Brief enemy locations, movements, unit (if known),
capabilities, personnel, and equipment.

2. Brief enemy activities during past 24 hours.

3. Anticipate enemy activities based on information
intelligence requirements.

4. Brief effects of weather and terrain.

5. Brief SERE when applicable.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 101-5, Staff Organization and Operations.

2. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence.

3. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. See task ASIO.5.4 for additional weather information.

2. See task ASIO.6.8 for additional SERE information.


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


DUTY AREA 5 - STAFF PLANNING AND OPERATIONAL EMPLOYMENT


TASK: ASIO.5.1 CONDUCT THE INTELLIGENCE PORTION OF THE STAFF
PLANNING PROCESS

CONDITION(S): When assigned as the S-2 and given a a mission or
initiating directive.

STANDARD: The S-2 participates in the staff planning process
to provide intelligence input during all steps of the
commander's staff planning process.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Develop preliminary intelligence data in anticipation
of a mission.

2. Assist in the commander's mission analysis.

3. Determine information requirements.

4. Provide initial intelligence estimate based on
information available.

5. Assist the S-3 in development of courses of action.

6. Participate in development of staff estimates.

7. Present effects of weather, terrain, and enemy
capabilities on each friendly course of action.

8. Provide input to commander's estimate from the
intelligence estimates of group, air combat element.

9. Assist the commander and his staff in the execution of
orders.

10. Maintain continuous coordination with the S-3 for
planning future operations (up to 72 to 96 hours in the
future).


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence.

2. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action.

3. FMFM 0-3, Doctrinal Publications Guide.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


________________________________________________________________



TASK: ASIO.5.2 IDENTIFY SQUADRON COMMUNICATION/ADP
INTELLIGENCE REQUIREMENTS

CONDITION(S): Given an operational situation.

STANDARD: The support of MAGTF operations requires the
intelligence officer to be proficient/knowledgeable in
interfacing ADP elements with communication planning.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Use voice nets/ADP requirements, both secure and
unsecure.

2. Apply needed communication/ADP equipment and software.

3. Record traffic requirements.

4. Determine intelligence communication/ADP connectivity
requirements.

5. Determine courier requirements.


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


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence.

2. FMFM 10-1, Communications.

3. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_________________________________________________________________



TASK: ASIO.5.3 CONDUCT STAFF COORDINATION FOR UTILIZATION OF
SURVEILLANCE, RECONNAISSANCE, AND INTELLIGENCE (SRI) GROUP
ASSETS

CONDITION(S): When assigned as the S-2 in support of
operations.

STANDARD: Staff coordination for the utilization of
reconnaissance, surveillance, and intelligence assets will align
unit needs with SRI Group assets.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Ensure SRI Group assets are requested from higher
authority for inclusion in the task organization.

2. Demonstrate the capability of the surveillance,
reconnaissance, and intelligence assets to satisfy an
EEI.

3. Conduct coordination with the proper staff
sections/agencies for: ground reconnaissance and
surveillance; aerial imagery; sensor surveillance;
visual aerial reconnaissance and surveillance; UAV/RPV
employment; and Radio Reconnaissance Team (RRT)
employment plans.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence.

2. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action.

3. FMFM 5-6, Air Reconnaissance.

4. OH 2-2, Remotely Piloted Vehicle Employment.

5. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


________________________________________________________________



TASK: ASIO.5.4 IDENTIFY SOURCES FOR WEATHER INFORMATION

CONDITION(S): Given a mission and area of operations.

STANDARD: Accurate weather data is provided to all elements of
the MAGTF, and must be comprehensive, accurate, timely, and
continuous.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine requirements for astronomical, climatological,
and synoptic weather data.

2. Determine agencies/organizations which can provide
required data.

3. Submit requests to higher HQ's.

4. Ensure receipt and inclusion of weather data in all
studies and estimates.

5. Ensure continual dissemination during conduct of
operations.


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


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence.

2. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations.

3. FMFM 3-1, Command and Staff Action.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


_________________________________________________________________



DUTY AREA 6 - ADMINISTRATION


TASK ASIO.6.1 MANAGE MAPS, CHARTS, AND GEODETIC (MCG) SURVEYS
PRODUCTS

CONDITION(S): Given a list of maps, set of DMA catalogs, and
appropriate forms.

STANDARD: The management of MCG will include their proper
procurement, storage, and distribution.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Complete SF 344, DD Form 1348, or MILSTRIP, as
appropriate, to order DMA products.

2. Retain a copy of the form in your tickler file.

3. Submit original via the appropriate method, message,
or mail.

4. Determine completeness and take appropriate immediate
action (backorder, reorder, fill, or kill).

5. Determine storage requirements to include a controlled
and dry area.

6. Determine procedures for crisis MCG support.

7. Research DMA catalogs to identify different scale maps
available for target area. (TOPO/JOG/TPC/JNC)

8. Distribute according to command SOP for MCG
products.


REFERENCE(S)

1. DMA Catalog.

2. CIA Catalog.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)



TASK: ASIO.6.2 SUPERVISE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTELLIGENCE
TRAINING PLAN FOR THE COMMAND

CONDITION(S): As required by local directives.

STANDARD: Training plans must encompass the topics for
nonintelligence personnel as set forth below.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Establish annual training plan.

2. Coordinate with unit training officer.

3. Maintain current lesson plans for:

a. All personnel.


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


(1) Combat Intelligence.

(2) Threat intelligence collections capabilities to
support Operations Security (OPSEC).

(3) Prisoners of War Handling.

(4) Countersigns.

(5) Intelligence Reports.

(6) Identification of enemy uniforms/insignias,
equipment, etc.

(7) Characteristics/operation methods of enemy
armed forces.

(8) Characteristics of the projected area of
operations (AO).

(9) Sensors/related equipment.

(10) Counterintelligence (CI).

b. All personnel with particular concern for personnel
in combat support, and combat service support (CSS) units.

(1) Scouting and patrolling as related to
information gathering.

(2) Observation post techniques, procedures, and
equipment.

(3) Employing remote sponsors, ground surveillance
radars, and night observation devices.

(4) Recording and dissemination of information.

c. All personnel with particular concern for personnel
of aviation units.

(1) Techniques of aerial observation.

(2) Recording and dissemination of information for
aircrew mission.

d. All personnel whose primary mission is observation
or reconnaissance.

(1) Intelligence functioning and planning.

(2) MAGTF intelligence requirements.

(3) Handling of enemy documents, material, and
prisoners.

(4) Enemy offensive and defensive capabilities and
tactics.

(5) Terrain analysis/overlay preparation/sketching.

(6) Patrol Notebook.

(7) Patrol Reports.

(8) Sensor Emplacements.

(9) Night Observation devices.

(10) Communication.

(a) Cryptosecurity.

(b) Transmission security.

(11) Call and Adjust Supporting Arms.

(12) Advanced scouting and patrolling.

(13) Special insertion/extraction techniques.

(14) Small arms training.


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(15) Camouflage and concealment.

(16) Sketching and intel photography.

(17) SERE.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence, Section 14.

2. FMFM 2-2, Amphibious Reconnaissance.

3. FMFM 2-3B, Signal Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations.

4. FMFM 7-1, Fire Support Coordination.

5. FMFM 8-1, Special Operations.

6. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations.

7. FM 34-60, Counterintelligence.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.6.3 SUPERVISE THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTELLIGENCE
TRAINING PLANS FOR THE INTELLIGENCE SECTION

CONDITION(S): As required by local directives.

STANDARD: The training plans for intelligence must encompass
the topics listed below.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Coordinate annual training plan with unit training
officer.

2. Establish training program for intelligence personnel.

3. Maintain lesson plans on the following:

a. Intelligence section personnel.

(1) Intelligence agencies.

(2) Intelligence documents and materials available.

(3) Recording and filing information.

(4) Enemy organization, tactics, techniques, and
equipment.

(5) Counterintelligence and security measures.

(6) Observation and reporting.

(7) Map and imagery reading, and military sketching.

(8) Planning considerations and equipment
capabilities of remote sensors and ground reconnaissance radars.

(9) Evaluation and interpretation of information.

(10) Threat assessment.

(11) Dissemination of intelligence.

(12) Imagery interpretation/reports.

(13) Flak and target analysis.


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(14) Terrain and hydrographic evaluation.

(15) Intelligence planning, to include
reconnaissance, surveillance, and counterintelligence.

(16) Briefing and debriefing combat aircrews and
ground patrols.

(17) Sanitization of special intelligence
material, when authorized.

(18) TENCAP exposure/training.

b. Intelligence specialists, as applicable.

(1) Appropriate schooling for:

(a) Imagery Interpretation.

(b) Interrogation-Translation.

(c) Counterintelligence.

(d) SCAMP.

(e) Signals Intelligence.

(2) Automated intelligence data handling systems.

REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence, Section 14.

2. FMFM 2-2, Amphibious Reconnaissance.

3. FMFM 2-3B, Signal Intelligence/Electronic Warfare
Operations.

4. FMFM 7-1, Fire Support Coordination.

5. FMFM 8-1, Special Operations.

6. OH 3-2, Intelligence Operations.

7. FM 34-60, Counterintelligence.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS:

1. The intelligence officer will refer to FMFRP-01, to
develop his input for the Long Range, Short Range, and
Near Term training management plans for intelligence
personnel.


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TASK: ASIO.6.4 PREPARE THE INTELLIGENCE SOP

CONDITION(S): Given a requirement.

STANDARD: An SOP is a source of continuity for the commands.
Its form and format are local prerogative, but should at a
minimum contain the elements listed below.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Determine the scope of the SOP.

a. Level of command.

b. Direction from higher headquarters.

c. Command intelligence policy.

2. Establish purpose of the SOP's.


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a. Identifies and directs routing of intelligence
activities.

b. Serves as a ready reference for managing
intelligence section both in the field and in garrison.

c. Assigns tasks to various members of this
intelligence section.

d. Assures a smooth turnover of personnel within the
intelligence section.

e. Provides a basis for intelligence training.

f. Promotes efficiency by providing uniformity of
routine procedures and techniques.

g. Eliminates the necessity of including voluminous
instruction on each operation plan or order.

3. Establish SOP contents.

a. Intelligence section SOP.

(1) Section organization.

(2) Personnel duty description.

(3) Administrative procedures and functions.

(4) Section training and education.

(5) Commanding officer's policy.

(6) Section security procedure.

(7) Supply and fiscal matters.

(8) Embarkation.

(9) List of basic references and locations.

(10) Points of Contact.

(11) Routine unit exercises.

(12) Pending projects.

b. Unit intelligence SOP.

(1) General.

(2) Purpose and scope.

(3) EEI's.

(4) Intelligence task.

(5) Measures for handling personnel, captured
documents, and material.

(6) Maps, charts, models, and photographs.

(7) Counterintelligence.

(8) Reports and distribution.

(9) Auxiliary agencies.

(10) Target information.

(11) Miscellaneous.

(12) Write SOP in proper format per the
Correspondence Manual.

(13) Staff draft SOP for concurrence and
validation.

(14) Submit to G/S-1 for publishing and
distribution.


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(15) Maintain copy for future updating and
validation.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FMFM 2-1, Intelligence.

2. Appropriate unit SOP.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.6.5 SUPERVISE THE CONDUCT OF THE INTELLIGENCE
PUBLICATIONS PROGRAM

CONDITION(S): When assigned as a squadron intelligence
officer.

STANDARD: The intelligence officer maintains all required
intelligence publications.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Identify required publications.

2. Establish an account as required.

3. Maintain the account.


REFERENCE(S):

1. MCO P1070.12, IRAM.

2. MCO P1080.35, PRIM.

3. OPNAVINST 5510.1H.

4. Higher Headquarters' SOP's.

5. Naval Intelligence Publications Register (NIPR).

6. Consolidated Recurring Document Listing (CRDL).


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)

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TASK: ASIO.6.6 UTILIZE ADP EQUIPMENT IN SUPPORT OF THE
INTELLIGENCE SECTION.

CONDITION(S): When assigned as the S-2.

STANDARD: ADP equipment/system(s) use includes all aspects as
set forth in the System/User's Manual for that particular
system.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Setup ADP system equipment and provide orientation to
hardware.

2. Load ADP system Software and use data base(s).

3. Manipulate and/or maintain user data base.

4. Prepare/disseminate report(s)/overlay(s).

5. Manage the ADP system.

a. Establish user environment.

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b. Establish system security.

c. Back-up user data base to appropriate media at
assigned intervals.

d. Prepare duplicates of magnetic media, as
required.


REFERENCE(S):

1. User's Manual associated to ADP System being taught.

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.6.7 CONDUCT INTELLIGENCE BRIEFINGS

CONDITION(S): Given a situation or subject.

STANDARD: Briefing will provide the necessary information
which will allow the commander to make informed decisions
concerning his AOR.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. List/describe the 6 briefing preparation steps.

2. List/describe the 3 parts of a briefing.

3. Select the proper format to present/prepare a
briefing.

4. Present an intelligence briefing using all necessary
elements.

5. Respond to questions relating to briefing.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 101-5, Staff Organization and Operations.

ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO.6.8 ASSIST THE S-3 WITH THE SERE PROGRAM

CONDITION(S): When assigned as the squadron S-2.

STANDARD: SERE training is conducted per the unit's mission.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Assist the S-3 in establishing the SERE training
program.

2. Assist the S-3 in maintaining the ISOPREP file.

3. Assist the S-3 in preparing SERE/safe area briefs.

4. Assist the S-3 in briefing SERE/safe areas.


REFERENCE(S)

1. NWP 19-2.

2. AFR 64-3.


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ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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TASK: ASIO 6.9 SUPERVISE THE RECOGNITION PROGRAM

CONDITION(S): When assigned as a squadron intelligence
officer.

STANDARD: Supervision of the program includes the designing,
instructing, and testing of material to ensure proper
recognition of threat equipment and an evaluation of its
characteristics, capabilities, limitations, and
vulnerabilities.

PERFORMANCE STEPS:

1. Supervise the recognition of armored fighting
vehicles.

2. Supervise the recognition of artillery.

3. Supervise the recognition of small arms.

4. Supervise the recognition of combat support vehicles.

5. Supervise the recognition of surface-to-surface
missiles.

6. Supervise the recognition of antitank systems.

7. Supervise the recognition of engineer equipment.

8. Supervise the recognition of NBC equipment.

9. Supervise the recognition of logistics equipment.

10. Supervise the recognition of communications
equipment.

11. Supervise the recognition of fixed-wing aircraft.

12. Supervise the recognition of rotary-wing aircraft.

13. Supervise the recognition of surface to air missiles.

14. Supervise the recognition of AAA.

15. Supervise the recognition of radars.


REFERENCE(S):

1. FM 100-2-3.

2. Appropriate DIAM's.

3. MCM 3-1, Threat Reference Guide and Countertactics.

4. Jane's Publications.


ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS: (NONE)


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