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Joint Tactics, Techniques, And Procedures for Joint Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace

By Fulford, C. W., Jr.

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Title: Joint Tactics, Techniques, And Procedures for Joint Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace  
Author: Fulford, C. W., Jr.
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Language: English
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Scope: This publication establishes doctrinal guidance and joint tactics, techniques, and procedures (JTTP) for use by joint intelligence organizations in preparing joint intelligence preparation of the battlespace (JIPB) products. The focus is on the JIPB process, in which analyses of the battlespace environment and adversary are combined in order to identify and analyze possible adversary courses of action (COAs). It describes how adversary and friendly COAs are evaluated and wargamed to support the joint force commander’s (JFC’s) decision making process. This publication is geared primarily towards preparatory intelligence analysis for operational level force-on-force confrontations. It also addresses how the JIPB process can be tailored to specific joint force planning activities and military operations other than war.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS iii PAGE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ............................................................................................. vii CHAPTER I JOINT INTELLIGENCE PREPARATION OF THE BATTLESPACE • Introduction ............................................................................................................... I-1 • Differences Between JIPB and IPB ............................................................................. I-3 • JIPB Support to Campaign Planning .......................................................................... I-4 • JIPB and Deception ................................................................................................... I-6 • Strategic, Operational, and Tactical Level Perspectives .............................................. I-7 • Relation of JIPB to the Intelligence Cycle ................................................................... I-8 • Roles and Responsibilities Within the JIPB Process ................................................. I-11 CHAPTER II THE JIPB PROCESS • Introduction ............................................................................................................. II-1 SECTION A. DEFINING THE BATTLESPACE ENVIRONMENT ................................. II-2 • Overview ................................................................................................................. II-2 • Identify the Limits of the Joint Force’s Operational Area ........................................... II-3 • Analyze the Joint Force’s Mission and JFC’s Intent .................................................. II-4 • Determine the Significant Characteristics of the Joint Force’s Operational Area ........ II-4 • Establish the Limits of the Joint Force’s Areas of Interest for Each Geographic Battlespace Dimension ...................................................................... II-5 • Determine the Full, Multi-Dimensional, Geographic, and Non-Geographic Spectrum of the Joint Force’s Battlespace ............................................................. II-6 • Identify the Amount of Battlespace Detail Required and Feasible Within the Time Available .............................................................................................................. II-7 • Evaluate Existing Data Bases and Identify Intelligence Gaps and Priorities ................ II-7 • Collect the Material and Intelligence Required to Support Further JIPB Analysis ...... II-8 SECTION B. DESCRIBING THE BATTLESPACE’S EFFECTS...................................... II-8 • Overview ................................................................................................................. II-9 • Analyze the Battlespace Environment ....................................................................... II-9 • Describe the Battlespace’s Effects on Adversary and Friendly Capabilities and Broad Courses of Action ............................................................................. II-43 SECTION C. EVALUATING THE ADVERSARY ........................................................ II-44 • Overview ............................................................................................................... II-44 • Identify Adversary Centers of Gravity ..................................................................... II-45 • Update or Create Adversary Models ...................................................................... II-46 • Determine the Current Adversary Situation ............................................................ II-50

 

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