HUMINT


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HUMINT

(HUMan INTelligence) See DOD intelligence glossary.
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As HUMINT collectors encounter other cultures, the goal, generally, is to pursue a mutual understanding and negotiate a compromise, with an end goal in mind.
One key is the expanded use of HUMINT, which will help local law enforcement agencies combat those who seek to harm Americans.
Chapters 5 and 6, about HUMINT operations, are certainly the most rewarding ones.
Expansion into booth interrogation operations would require significant increases for the Navy and Marine Corps HUMINT program; detention operations at the brigade- and division-level interrogation facilities are labor-intensive.
Robert Redwine, mobilization assistant to the Air Force ISR Agency commander, recognizes the significant contributions Reservists bring to the HUMINT community.
In the late 1940s and early 1950s, CA and HUMINT operations were literally housed in separate CIA stations in the same foreign cities.
During the last three days of the training, a culmination practical exercise based on a realistic scenario provides the Soldiers with situations they may encounter while conducting HUMINT operations in a deployed environment.
Understanding the mindset of someone in captivity is crucial to understanding the rationale for some legal limitations on treatment; this understanding also provides insight on how the HUMINT collector's behavior can manipulate the detainee's position.
This was DEA's strength, which allowed it to build that HUMINT and operational capability at home and overseas resulting in successful prosecutions in the U.
Spy novel enthusiasts will enjoy the descriptions of HUMINT operations, the preparation needed for fielding illegal immigrants as spies, and how sleeper spy agents were tasked with the mission to attack the United States and NATO facilities with biological weapons in the event of a war.
Steele raised some specific issues, such as exploiting open source information, improving communications, and the state of HUMINT.
HUMINT is the collection of information by trained HUMINT collectors from people, for example from scouts, patrols, pilot debriefs, local population and prisoners, and multimedia sources.