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Book:Human intelligence : all humans, all minds, all the time / Robert D. Steele.:2010. Book Human intelligence : all humans, all minds, all the time / Robert D. Steele.
Human intelligence : all humans, all minds, all the time / Robert D. Steele.
Author: Steele, Robert David 1952-
Associated Name: Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute.
Publication year: 2010.
Language: English
Call Number U413.R337 S74 2010
Media class: Book
Publisher: Carlisle, PA : Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College
ISBN: 9781584874393 1584874392
Notes:
"May 2010."
Series title: Advancing strategic thought series
Extent: xxiii, 96 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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"With this third and final monograph in the series, the author explores the centrality of Human Intelligence (HUMINT) in meeting the needs of the U.S. Army, as well as the Department of Defense (DoD), and the whole of government, for relevant information and tailored intelligence essential to creating a national security strategy; for defining whole government policies that work in harmony; for acquisition of the right capabilities at the right price in time to be useful; and for operations, both local and global. The author outlines 15 distinct types of HUMINT, only four of which are classified (defensive and offensive counterintelligence, clandestine operations, and covert action), with the other 11 being predominantly unclassified. Additionally, he argues that they are completely lacking in integrated management or innovative leadership. The author, well-grounded in the literature of how complex organizations fail and how resilience and sustainability can be achieved though collective intelligence, offers the U.S. Army an orientation to a world in which thinkers displace shooters as the center of gravity for planning, programming, and budgeting, as well as the proper structuring of mission mandates, force structures, and tactics and techniques to be used in any given mission area"--Foreword.
Preface -- From base force to core force and beyond -- The U.S. Army, the DoD, and the republic -- Digital natives -- Introduction -- Threats, strategy, force structure, and action-spending plans -- A nation's best defense -- HUMINT for the President -- HUMINT for the Secretary -- The failure of HUMINT part I (stovepipes, segregation, and secrecy) -- The future of HUMINT (broadly and properly defined) -- HUMINT : defining and managing the fifteen slices -- Citizen as sensor and sense-maker -- Soldier as sensor (overt/open signals) -- Operational Test & Evaluation (OT&E) -- Inspector-General (Organizational, USG, International) -- Security observation/remote webcams/floating periscopes -- Document exploitation/imagery -- All-source analysts & global experts -- Defense attachés, technical liaison -- Human terrain teams -- Interrogator-translator teams -- Soldier as sensor (patrolling, force reconnaissance, covert "hides") -- Defensive counterintelligence -- Offensive counterintelligence -- Covert action HUMINT -- Clandestine HUMINT -- HUMINT requirements and collection management -- HUMINT interdisciplinary support -- Conclusion : the HUMINT playing field -- HUMINT and whole of government force structure -- HUMINT technologies : enabling not defining HUMINT -- HUMAN : the essence of the republic, of Defense, of the U.S. Army -- What has changed? -- Recommendations.

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