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79 A General & Misc 2 A General
5 G Garrison Operations 0 B CUB
89 I Intelligence Creation 47 C IPB
3 M MI Unit Operation 11 D MDMP
19 S S2 Section Operation 5 E CM
6 Z Meta Data 4 F Collection
8 G Analysis
11 H Presentation
0 I Decisionmaking
1 Z Blue Intelligence
 
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CatLabel (File Size)DescriptionDate Posted
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