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IAA169T Creating Intelligence Overview of how Intelligence is created and consumed to support Battle Planning and Battle Execution. This was first published in the 4th Quarter MICA Vanguard. Has link to a PowerPoint version so you can teach your non-MI friends!
Lab     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:GKEY C2 IPB HTM IEW SD PPT BDA FP IW TGT
2000-10-01
ICA109U OPFOR operations order sample Sometimes the S2 Shop is tasked to write or develop the tactical plan for the OPFOR, the justification being that the enemy must use tactics that conform to some TRADOC standard rather than what the soldiers are actually used to doing. If faced with this, here is a good example of a tactical plan from the 2d Bde, 101st ABN DIV (AASLT) S2 shop. Contributed by CPT Travis D. Carlisle.
24kb     Donor:Carlisle, Travis D. CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB DOC
1999-01-01
ICA151U Artillery IPB Tutorial How DO you apply Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield to a Field Artillery unit? This is an EXCELLENT tutorial, in powerpoint, with notes! Prepared by CPT Daniel Burgess. Submitted by MAJ Brock Harris, who served 23 months as the S-2 of the 4ID DIVARTY at Fort Hood before attending PGIP.
381kb     Donor:Harris, H. Brock   Key Words:IPB PPT
2000-08-06
ICA154U Artillery Predictive BDA Battle Damage Assessment is one of the functions of Intelligence, and one category of Priority Intelligence Requiement. Here are tools to help! Includes a tutorial on conducting predictive BDA, effects of artillery munitions on enemy vehicle types in various terrain, diagrams, and more. Submitted by MAJ Brock Harris, who served 23 months as the S-2 of the 4ID DIVARTY at Fort Hood before attending PGIP.
81kb     Donor:Harris, H. Brock   Key Words:IEW BDA
2000-08-06
ICA157U Predictive Analysis of Arty Developed for use at a BCBST Warfighter to predict where to shoot artillery against a moving enemy. Contains two excell spreadsheets and instructions. Contributed by SFC Jack Withrow of the Oklahoma National Guard.
10kb     Donor:Withrow, Jack L. SFC   Key Words:IEW DOC
2000-08-06
ICA158H Theater Missile Defense IPB Superb paper on the application of IPB in Theater Missile Defense. By COL (Ret) Teddy Bitner based on his experience as Commander, Army Theater Missile Defense Element and G-3, 32nd AAMDC.
18kb     Donor:Bitner, Teddy COL(Ret)   Key Words:IEW DOC
2000-08-06
ICA15U TIP timeline This is a time line matrix for building a TIP (Target Intelligence Packet) in an SF FOB. This TIP time line can modified to fit other missions. Contributed by CPT David Knight, S2 3rd BN 7th SFG(A).
2kb     Donor:Knight, David CPT   Key Words:IEW TGT
1998-11-20
ICB297U Light - Weather Charts Two matrix charts (one in Excel, one in Powerpoint) for showing the effects of light and weather over time.
11 kB     Donor:Price, Scott   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT XLS
2002-07-15
ICB78G NTC Central Corridor Color JPG image of the NTC Central Corridor downloaded from the Compuserve Military Forum. Don’t know the origin, but it appears to be a computer representation of DMA Mapping Data rather than an aerial photograph.
67kb     Donor:G (Found someplace)   Key Words:NTC
1997-04-01
ICC148U NTC topography Black and white digital topography of National Training Center, with grid lines. Superb for creating enemy and friendly course of action sketches. Contributed by Major Carla Decker.
281kb     Donor:Decker, Carla MAJ   Key Words:GIF NTC
2000-08-06
ICC149U NTC Photo ECOA Powerpoint slide using a photograph of the NTC Central Corridor to illustrate an enemy course of action. Great black & white photo. Contributed by Major Carla Decker.
359kb     Donor:Decker, Carla MAJ   Key Words:IPB GIF NTC
2000-08-06
ICC200G Routes over The Whale This is NOT a guide to help Captain Ahab avoid Moby Dick. The Whale is a large basalt hill at the National Training Center that will play a prominent role at least ONCE during a rotation to Ft Irwin. This is a 1:24k map sketch showing where to cross it.
208kb     Donor:Harrison, Kevin CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB JPG NTC
2001-03-04
ICC33U TTP for terrain mission folders A Terrain Mission Folder (TMF) is a set of mission specific topographic products. This set of products is generally focused on a 10km x 10km area of operations and is created in advance in order to support the IPB planning process. The TMF may include standard and nonstandard maps, products produced by a Terrain Team, Intelligence and weather reports, and graphics from the Engineer staff officer produced by hand or with Terrabase II. The TMF is a Tactic, Technique, and Procedure (TTP), not a formal doctrine. Ffrom the Engineer School, and contributed by CPT Melissa Fahrni.
6kb     Donor:Fahrni, Missy CPT   Key Words:IEW BDA
1998-11-20
ICC67T Categorization of Intervisibility Lines Intervisibility Lines (IVL) are not terrain features, but an observed effect of terrain on observation. Unfortunately, there has been no way to categorize IVLs, this is one attempt to do so. © Copyright The S2 Company, 1997, All Rights Reserved. Unlimited personal use and free distribution allowed.
Web Page     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:GKEY IEW IPB HTM
1997-11-01
ICD10U Meeting Battle critical events Superbly done critcal events matrix for the meeting battle fight at NTC., and for Soviet-style threats elsewhere. Created by CPT Dave Pendall, S2 1st Bde (Ironhorse), 1st Cav Division. Contributed by CPT Kevin Harrison, S2, 1-5 Cav.
26kb     Donor:Harrison, Kevin CPT   Key Words:NTC
1998-11-20
ICD11U Security Zone critical events Superbly done critcal events matrix for the security zone fight at NTC., and for Soviet-style threats elsewhere. Created by CPT Dave Pendall, S2 1st Bde (Ironhorse), 1st Cav Division. Contributed by CPT Kevin Harrison, S2, 1-5 Cav.
23kb     Donor:Harrison, Kevin CPT   Key Words:NTC
1998-11-20
ICD130U OPFOR Artillery Smartbook Outlines Soviet-style doctrine for Artillery, Formatted in Powerpoint 4.0 for a 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inch 3-ring binder. Basic OPFOR doctrine, as outlined in the old TRADOC Pam 350-16. Contributed by SSG Ken Abramowski.
24kb     Donor:Abramowski, Ken CW1   Key Words:IEW PPT
1999-05-31
ICD131U OPFOR Defense Smartbook Outlines Soviet-style doctrine for the Defense. Formatted in Powerpoint 4.0 for a 5 1/2 inch x 8 1/2 inch 3-ring binder. Basic OPFOR doctrine, as outlined in the old TRADOC Pam 350-16. Contributed by SSG Ken Abramowski.
34kb     Donor:Abramowski, Ken CW1   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT
1999-05-31
ICD132U OPFOR Offense Smartbook Outlines Soviet-style doctrine for the Offense. Formatted in Powerpoint 4.0 for a 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inch 3-ring binder. Basic OPFOR doctrine, as outlined in the old TRADOC Pam 350-16. Contributed by SSG Ken Abramowski.
24kb     Donor:Abramowski, Ken CW1   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT
1999-05-31
ICD133U Enemy Weapons & Tactics Smartbook This combines the Weapons Database by CPT Phillips with the Event Templates by CPT Harrison into a 5 X 8 format suitable for an Aviators Flight book. Contributed by CPT Carlisle, S2, 3-502 Inf BN.
441kb     Donor:Carlisle, Travis D. CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT
1999-05-31
ICD134U OPFOR Engineer Smartbook Extensive 92-page briefing for OPFOR engineer forces. References are the 100-60 OPFOR battlebook series, Janes, pervious BCTP publications and various 3rd ID(M) G2 publications. Powerpoint 97. Contributed by CPT Thomas Henderson, S2, Engineer Brigade, 3rd ID(M).
511kb     Donor:Henderson, Thomas CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT
1999-05-31
ICD139U NTC Enemy COA Sample Brief Excellent use of Powerpoint to brief enemy courses of action: in this case the Krasnovians at NTC. Contributed by Major Carla Decker, the RS-2 of the 278th ACR. Similar high quality items are available at their web site at www.geocities.com/~278acr
1745kb     Donor:Decker, Carla MAJ   Key Words:NTC IEW
1999-11-10
ICD153H How the Enemy fights Artillery Focus is on Soviet-style artillery systems and their employment. Superb tutorial with many pictures and notes. Includes later revisions by MSG Kevin B. Gainey.
512kb     Donor:Harris, H. Brock   Key Words:IPB PPT
2000-08-06
ICD176U OPFOR Jeopardy OPFOR Jeopardy is a means of teaching and testing the tactics, organization and equipment of the NTC OPFOR as part of an officer professional development class or other forum. The game is intended to review OPFOR equipment, organization and tactics in a relaxed atmosphere, with a competitive spirit between units. The officers of each company and the staff form teams for a game based on the Jeopardy TV game show.
38kb     Donor:Chafos, Timothy A. CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB DOC NTC PPT
2001-02-08
ICD178U CMTC OPFOR Smart Book CMTC OPFOR smartbook in PPT 4 format. Prints out to 4x6 in size. They date from Summer 1997. If CMTC changed the OPFOR significantly then they may be invalid or out of date, still they may be of some use.
54kb     Donor:Davis, William H. CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT CMTC
2001-02-09
ICD179U Situation Template Checklist Short, to-the-point checklist for creating Situation Templates.
4 kb     Donor:Chafos, Timothy A. CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB DOC
2001-02-10
ICD192U NTC Smart Book 83 pages of very useful information compiled from the brigades of the 1st Cav Division. Primary focus is on Threat weapons and tactics.
306kb     Donor:Rotier, John P. CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT NTC
2001-02-21
ICD227U Engineer Capabilities Presentation Presentation on how vile enemy engineers and their defensive obstacles can be IF you let them! Diagrams portray snapshots in time over 24 hours. Created for the 1st AD March 2001 Warfighter.
44 kB     Donor:Shermrer, John W. LT   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT
2001-05-18
ICD269A CMTC Threat Briefing From 1-4 Infantry Battalion, May 2001. Detailed summary of threat doctrine, missions, and tactics.
210 kB     Donor:Fowler, Eric CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT CMTC BN
2001-10-17
ICD270A CMTC Threat Functions Detailed briefing of how the CMTC threat fights their maneuver forces as a combined arms team.
90 kB     Donor:Fowler, Eric CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT CMTC BN
2001-10-17
ICD271A CMTC OPFOR Engineer Info Paper A ready reference on current CMTC OPFOR Engineer tactics, techniques, and procedures, their doctrinal background, and capabilities.
4 kB     Donor:Fowler, Eric CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB DOC CMTC BN
2001-10-17
ICD272A CMTC OPFOR OP and Route Map Two sketches showing the CMTC training area and the OPFOR’s Infiltration Routes and their Observation Posts. Invaluable for the S2s and S3s on BOTH sides! Heh heh heh!
70 kB     Donor:Fowler, Eric CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT CMTC BN
2001-10-17
ICD273A CMTC Breaching So you want to breach at the CMTC? This describes how the CMTC OPFOR likes to use their artillery and other combat multipliers.
13 kB     Donor:Fowler, Eric CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT CMTC BN
2001-10-17
ICD284U 1-64 AR NTC Handbook A 140-slide handbook created for a Oct-Nov 2001 NTC rotation. I modified it slightly to reduce the size: the images are included in JPEG format and linked from within the presentation.
3 MB     Donor:Meyer, Paul LT   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT NTC
2001-11-26
ICD31U Task & Purpose chart A single chart to organize the enemy’s thought process: fill-in heirarchical structure that can also be used to discern the FRIENDLY unit task & purpose. The process seems a bit trite at first, but laying it out this way quickly shows you where you stand in terms of RECEIVING support (you are the supporting effort, of a supporting effort, of a supporting effort..!) and where the enemy opposing you stands (He is the Main Effort, of a Main Effort, of a Main Effort.. Oh Oh!!) Contributed by CPT Melissa Fahrni.
5kb     Donor:Fahrni, Missy CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB
1998-11-20
ICD49U JRTC Threat Briefing This is a 72-slide Power Point presentation on the JRTC Threat based on information obtained from a former JRTC OC. This is an excellent presentation covering an overview of the Island of Aragon, the Road to War, the Low Intensity Conflict phase, Enemy Attack and Defense. There are numerous doctrinal templates illustrating enemy actions as well as rotational timelines. Our thanks to 1LT Karste, CPT Scanlon, SFC Albert, and SPC Dalle of the 1st Battalion, 17th Infantry Regiment, Ft Wainwright, AK for creating this outstanding product!
87kb     Donor:Karste, 1LT   Key Words:IEW IPB
1998-04-01
ICD62U Threat Doctrinal Templates. Developed by Captain Ken Krumm. Power Point templates that print out in 1:50k or 1:100k scale. Includes MRD: Atttack, defense, meeting engagement, ADA, Arty; MRR: Attack, defense, prebattle (3 styles), pursuit (3 styles) , tactical march; TB attack and advanced guard formations.
95kb     Donor:Krumm, Kenneth MAJ   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT
1997-04-01
ICD69U MRR in Advanced Guard Formation This Soviet-style attack formation defies the notion of a Stupid, Lock-Step enemy that will continue to trundle down an avenue of approach until blundering into your carefully prepared defensive positions. The OPFOR at the National Training Center uses it with deadly effectiveness rotation after rotation. Luckily, our Real, Bullet-shootin’ enemies haven’t been able to pull it off. Yet. © Copyright The S2 Company, 1998, All Rights Reserved. Unlimited personal use and free distribution allowed.
Web Page     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:IEW IPB HTM
1998-04-01
ICD7U Enemy ADA systems MS Word matrix listing Russian ADA gun and missile system characteristics. Contributed by Mr Bob Baker.
5kb     Donor:Baker, Bob   Key Words:ADA IPB DOC
1998-11-20
ICD8U Main Defensive Belt critical events Superbly done critcal events matrix for the main def belt fight at NTC., and for Soviet-style threats elsewhere. Created by CPT Dave Pendall, S2 1st Bde (Ironhorse), 1st Cav Division. Contributed by CPT Kevin Harrison, S2, 1-5 Cav.
31kb     Donor:Harrison, Kevin CPT   Key Words:BDA NTC
1998-11-20
ICD9U MRR Attack critical events Superbly done critcal events matrix for the MMR in Atk fight at NTC., and for Soviet-style threats elsewhere. Created by CPT Dave Pendall, S2 1st Bde (Ironhorse), 1st Cav Division. Contributed by CPT Kevin Harrison, S2, 1-5 Cav.
31kb     Donor:Harrison, Kevin CPT   Key Words:NTC
1998-11-20
ICE298U Enemy Timeline Matrix showing the sequence of activities, enemy units, and expected light/weather for a motorized battalion attack. Created for and used at the JRTC
80 kB     Donor:Price, Scott   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT JRTC
2002-07-15
IDA141U Force Ratio Calculator Here is a superb Force Ratio Calculator created in MS Excel. You select the number of battalions and their percent strength, and it calculates the force ratio, creates a bar graph, and estimates the Damage the upcoming fight could do to each side. User can adjust the values of the compared forces. With instructions. Contributed by Major Jim Craig, currently serving a one-year sentence at Leavenworth (Command & General Staff College).
32kb     Donor:Craig, Jim MAJ   Key Words:IEW XLS
1999-01-10
IDA172U OPORD Briefing Cards A 13 -page worksheet that steps through the S2’s functions in helping the Staff prepare the BN/Bde OPORD. With instruction.
13kb     Donor:Palmer, Dutch CPT   Key Words:
2001-02-07
IDA219T Focusing Intelligence - Part 1 The mechanics of how the commander focuses the intelligence collection and analytical effort. First published in March 2001 issue of The Vanguard. Copyright © 2001, The S2 Company, All Rights Reserved.
Web Page     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:GKEY IEW HTM
2001-03-18
IDA285U Intel Focus Evaluation Matrix ’Thanks for all the work! We just wanted to know!’ is a dangerous thing to say to that Long Range Surveillance soldier who barely escaped with his life to answer your stupid PIR!! Our profession exists to produce intelligence that supports decision making related to battle planning and execution: Focused Intelligence!! This matrix shows which PIRs/FFIRs are linked to DPs/HPTs, and the quality of that association. It also has a rating system to numerically determine the percent of CCIR-to-Decision Tool linkage, the accumulative quality of the links, and the overall Intelligence Focus Effectiveness. This matrix is primarily designed for use by evaluators or Observer-Controllers. The concept behind the matrix is for all Intelligence soldiers, and should exist as a report within your analyst software.
15 kB     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:IEW DOC DIV MAN BDE BN
2001-12-04
IDA324U Wargaming Book - Forms Here are the full-size forms for the book "Wargaming: A Systematic Approach". The book itself is a handy 5.5 X 8.5 inches, making it a lousy Form Projection Platform! This Adobe PDF file contains Appendix E - Blank Forms. Use them for your next Wargame, or for building your unit Tactical SOP.
1.6 MB     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:C2 IPB BN BDE DIV PDF
2003-09-03
IDA51U Relative Combat Power Tables Designed and used during a 1st ID BCTP exercise at Ft Leavenworth by Captain Ken Krumm using MS Excel 3. Contains separate spreadsheets for 4 Motorized Rifle Divisions, 5 Tank Divisions, an Airborne Division, Combined Arms Army Artillery, and a Separate Brigade. Each is taken down to battalion resolution, and uses the factors from the venerable ST 100-9. All aspects can be customized by the user. Also included is a spreadsheet for the Mighty 1st Infantry Division (The REAL one... from Fort Riley, Kansas!!).
29kb     Donor:Krumm, Kenneth MAJ   Key Words:
1997-12-01
IDA55U Modular DST The classic DST described in FM 34-8 and FM 34-130 is of limited use in real field exercises. Often the DST is created as a ’Nod to Doctrine’ and thereafter kept in a guarded place in the Operations Center in the event that an Observer-Controller should ask to see it. The Modular DST eliminates the Big Overlay, and condenses the information for each critical decision onto a single card. Cards are placed where convenient around the map corresponding to where the staff anticipates making the decision. The modular DST is not a universal replacement for the Classic DST, but is an additional staff tool. © Copyright The S2 Company, 1997, All Rights Reserved. Unlimited personal use and free distribution allowed.
8kb     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:
1997-04-01
IEA220T Focusing Intel Demo Database This is an MS Access 2000 database that demonstrates the principles in the MICA Vanguard articles Focusing Intelligence Part 1 and Part 2. Illustrates & demonstrates the automation principles behind creation of Decision Points through construction of the Collection Plan. Copyright © 2001, The S2 Company, All Rights Reserved.
357kB     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:IEW IPB MDB TGT
2001-07-29
IEA258T Focusing Intel Part 2 - Creating SORs This article explores the conflicting definitions of Collection Management terminology, establishes more focused and useful definitions, relates the terms to each other, and explains the construction of a Relational Database that constructs Specific Orders or Requests (SOR). Copyright © 2001, The S2 Company, All Rights Reserved.
Web Page     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:GKEY IEW IPB HTM BN IW BDE SD DIV TGT
2001-07-30
IEA294T R & S Planning Redefined You can count on soldiers agreeing on two things: 1) Reconnaissance & Surveillance Planning and Execution is essential to mission success; 2) The US Army doesn’t do it well. Why we don’t do it well -and- what needs to be done to fix it are topics best discussed over a beer with no loaded weapons at hand... because there is little agreement. So unload that six-gun and grab a Guinness Double Stout. Here is a methodology to fix the problem!
Web Page     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:GKEY IEW SD HTM BN MAN IW BDE C2
2002-06-17
IEA30U Sample R&S plan This is an example of how to do an R&S Plan, to include the often overlooked things like Medical support/Evac and Loggie stuff. Contributed by CPT Melissa Fahrni.
6kb     Donor:Fahrni, Missy CPT   Key Words:
1998-11-20
IEA50U Requirements Based Collection (RBC) chec Requirements Based Collection (RBC) is not a doctrinal term, but rather the concept of ensuring that there is a specific link between the information that is needed by the commander and the intelligence that is provided by the Intelligence Battlefield Operating System. It is also known as ’Boot Lacing’. The checklist is not designed for any specific echelon. However, it is best at Brigade and Division, with some application at the Battalion and Corps staff levels. One unique aspect is that it addresses IPB and analysis given two different enemy tactical styles: Recon Pull (Auftragstaktic: US/UK/German model) & Command Push (Befehlstaktic: Soviet model) © Copyright The S2 Company, 1997, All Rights Reserved. Unlimited personal use and free distribution allowed.
Web Page     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:GKEY HTM
1997-12-01
IFA187U Patrol Debriefing Checklist The best quality HUMINT comes from friendly units who have been out on patrol or surveillance. Here is a neat checklist for patrol debriefing created by the S2,1-64 AR, 2d Bde, 3d ID for their deployment to Kosovo.
39kb     Donor:Reincheld, Nate   Key Words:IEW SD PPT BAL
2001-02-19
IFA280A ALERTS Report v1.5 for the Palm OS New version 1.5 can beam the database and is fully compatable with Palm OS 5.0. This is the SALUTE Report for Civilians! The best way to prevent a terrorist attack is by having thousands of citizens wield their cell phones as Information Age weapons and REPORT suspicious activity to the proper authorities. But WHO do you call, and HOW do you report? This is the ALERTS reporting format, developed by combining the expertise of Police Dispatchers with proven principles of US Army Tactical Intelligence. ALERTS stands for Activity, Location, Ems, Response Time, and Suspects - an efficient and complete way to describe what is happening. As you might have guessed, it is a modification of the SALUTE format! In addition to describing the report format, it has a user-customizable database of phone numbers, sample reports, instructions on describing people and vehicles, and much more. This application is part of the REPORT IT! initiative... the application of tactical intelligence to local counter-terrorism and counter-crime. This program is fully functional and FREE for personal use until The President declares victory.
670 kB     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:IEW FP PALM
2003-03-14
IFA292U A-L-E-RT-S: SALUTE for Civilians This is the SALUTE Report for Civilians! The best way to prevent a terrorist attack is by having thousands of citizens wield their cell phones as Information Age weapons and REPORT suspicious activity to the proper authorities. But WHO do you call, and HOW do you report? This is the A-L-E-RT-S reporting format, developed by combining the expertise of Police Dispatchers with proven principles of US Army Tactical Intelligence. A-L-E-RT-S stands for Activity, Location, Ems, Response Time, and Suspects - an efficient and complete way to describe what is happening. As you might have guessed, it is a modification of the SALUTE format! This application is part of the <a href=http://www.huachuca.org/huachuca/index.php?lcat=SR* target=_blank>REPORT IT!</a> initiative... the application of tactical intelligence to local counter-terrorism and counter-crime.
Web Page     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:GKEY IEW IW HTM
2002-06-06
IFA293U A-L-E-RT-S Report Biz Cards A-L-E-RT-S is the SALUTE Report for Civilians! The best way to prevent a terrorist attack is by having thousands of citizens wield their cell phones as Information Age weapons and REPORT suspicious activity to the proper authorities. But WHO do you call, and HOW do you report? These 2X3.5 inch business-card size references cover the elements of the A-L-E-RT-S report, a brief example, and instructions for describing a suspicious person or vehicle.
13 kB     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:
2002-06-06
IGA170U BDA Tracker and Strength Calculator A simple to use spreadsheet that can do two things: One function, the BDA Tracker, will calculate the remaining equipment as well as the overall strength of a unit based on user input BDA. The second function, the Strength Calculator is an equipment breakdown based on user input known unit strength.
7kb     Donor:Gray, David 1LT   Key Words:IEW BDA XLS NTC
2001-02-07
IGA194U Pattern Analysis Plot Sheet Simple powerpoint implementation of the chart found on pg 3-86 of FM 34-130 IPB. Great for plotting events vs time for analysis.
6kb     Donor:Reincheld, Nate   Key Words:IEW SD PPT
2001-02-26
IGA222U Engineer BDA Spreadsheet Engineer breakdown for the 3d Combined Arms Army for the Northland World Class OPFOR. Lists engineer vehicles down to Engineer BN level and enumerates their obstacle construction capabilities.
166 kB     Donor:Shermrer, John W. LT   Key Words:IEW BDA XLS
2001-03-29
IGA299U BDA Chart Chart of enemy icons that can be crossed off as they are killed. Resolution to the enemy squad level. Designed for and used at the JRTC.
10 kB     Donor:Price, Scott   Key Words:IEW BDA PPT JRTC
2002-07-15
IGA52U Time Dist Calculation Chart Don’t need 8-digit accuracy for enemy unit speed? Frustrated with your Tired Brain transposing the elements of the of Time-Distance Equation? Calculators are great. But for Time-Distance calculations during a fast moving battle they provide excess precision at the cost of convenience. Try this chart!! Given the enemy’s speed and one additional location/time fix, it computes the estimated time to another location and the distance the enemy has moved since you received that last report. Given two location/time fixes, it computes the enemy speed. With Instructions! © Copyright The S2 Company, 1997, All Rights Reserved. Unlimited personal use and free distribution allowed.
16kb     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:
1997-04-01
IGA59U Event Analysis Matrix This is a detailed MS Excel spreadsheet that will assist the analyst track an advancing enemy force over time. Allows user input of distances between march units and their march speeds, and computes hit times for the march units reaching known locations. Was first introduced in MI Magazine in 1994. AKA the "Krumminization Matrix". Includes instructions and text of MI Magazine article.
43kb     Donor:Krumm, Kenneth MAJ   Key Words:
1997-04-01
IHA107U Intel Annex sample An excellent example of an Intelligence Annex from 2d Bde, 101st ABN DIV (AASLT) S2 shop. Contributed by CPT Travis D. Carlisle.
150kb     Donor:Carlisle, Travis D. CPT   Key Words:IEW BDE
1999-01-01
IHA108U Graphic INTSUM sample An excellent example of a Graphic INTSUM from 2d Bde, 101st ABN DIV (AASLT) S2 shop. Contributed by CPT Travis D. Carlisle.
121kb     Donor:Carlisle, Travis D. CPT   Key Words:IEW PPT BDE
1999-01-01
IHA12U Intel Annex (PPT) A ’pencil in the info’ PPT4 based Intel annex/estimate for BN and below level. Contributed by CPT Kevin Harrison, S2, 1-5 Cav.
13kb     Donor:Harrison, Kevin CPT   Key Words:
1998-11-20
IHA195U How to give a Military Briefing Excellent 35-slide presentation on the basic elements of planning, preparing, and giving a military briefing.
588kb     Donor:Holden, Rich LTC   Key Words:PPT
2001-02-28
IHA201U Intelligence Estimate charts 24-slide set to assist you create an Intelligence Estimate for the National Training Center.
968kB     Donor:Harrison, Kevin CPT   Key Words:IEW IPB PPT NTC
2001-03-04
IHA20G Doctrinal Enemy Symbology In 1995 a True Genius (LTC Mark Farrar) devised a way to depict enemy units using diamond-shaped symbols instead of a double box. Red is still used when possible. But for the other 50% of the time when the entire graphic is in a single color, these symbols really stand out from friendly graphics without the need of a double-box. And they are not the pseudo-Soviet symbols relished by some at the NTC and unknown to everyone else. Plus, they are the current US Army doctrinal symbology. These are VERY nicely done, and in PPT 4 format. Created by CPT Rob Cordray.
21kb     Donor:Cordray, Rob CPT   Key Words:PPT
1998-11-20
IHA26G Obstacle symbols Still doing maps with acetate overlays & stickies? Here are several Power Point 4 slides with numerous obstacle types for printing onto transparencies. Contributed by CPT Melissa Fahrni.
49kb     Donor:Fahrni, Missy CPT   Key Words:
1998-11-20
IHA27U NTC mission-briefing slides The CTC trends book states that some folks show up to NTC without any pre-made briefing slides. Here is a superb set of NTC slides developed for those ’in-the-box’ mission briefings. Contributed by CPT Melissa Fahrni.
115kb     Donor:Fahrni, Missy CPT   Key Words:NTC
1998-11-20
IHA287U Briefing Cards 5 x 7 briefing cards that are easily printed and laminated for briefings. You can use the back side for additional notes. These are very basic briefing cards, but cover the main briefing areas that most CDR’s are looking for. Topics covered are Weather, Terrain, Enemy Composition, ECOAs, etc.
6 kB     Donor:Myers, Joseph SFC   Key Words:IEW IPB DOC
2002-01-11
IHA28U S2 briefing charts The CTC trends book states that some folks show up to NTC without any pre-made briefing slides.... Here are the ones being used by 1BCT, 1st ID (Riley). It contains slides like WX, PIR, Facts, assumptions, Sensitive Items, Reports. Contributed by CPT Melissa Fahrni.
3kb     Donor:Fahrni, Missy CPT   Key Words:DOC NTC
1998-11-20
IHA48G Doctrinal enemy symbology: Extra Cheesy In 1995 a True Genius (LTC Mark Farrar) devised a way to depict enemy units using diamond-shaped symbols instead of a double box. Red is still used when possible. But for the other 50% of the time when the entire graphic is in a single color, these symbols really stand out from friendly graphics without the need of a double-box. And they are not the pseudo-Soviet symbols relished by some at the NTC and unknown to everyone else. Plus, they are the current US Army doctrinal symbology. Files are zipped, and can be easily imported into MS Word or PowerPoint. Extra Cheesy (shown on right) is in .gif format, and includes all the generic symbols in a single size, plus Squad to Corps echelon designators. © Copyright The S2 Company, 1998, All Rights Reserved. Unlimited personal use and free distribution allowed.
74kb     Donor:G (author)   Key Words:NTC
1998-04-01
IZA13G Friendly military symbols Similar to what the Military Fonts will produce, but these are in Word graphic form and might be useful for graphical INTSUMs, etc. Contributed by David Horton.
3kb     Donor:Horton, David   Key Words:
1998-11-20