To prepare intelligence personnel to provide intelligence support specific to asymmetric threats in the context of hybrid conflicts at the operational and strategic levels.
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Describe Irregular Warfare:
Given a set of parameters, the student will explain the irregular warfare concept, its enabling social and environmental considerations, and its potential place in the broader context of hybrid warfare, in accordance with references.
Employ Analytic Methodologies to Irregular Warfare:
Given a set of parameters, the student will employ analytic methodologies appropriate to providing comprehensive assessments of asymmetric threats and environments.
Provide Intelligence Support to Decision Makers Regarding Asymmetric Threats:
Given a set of parameters, students will provide analytic and collections support to strategic and operational level decision makers regarding irregular warfare threats and environments, in accordance with references
Synthesize Case Studies:
Given parameters, students will be able to integrate lessons learned regarding analytic considerations, intelligence organizational structures, and collection challenges of previous irregular conflicts.
Intelligence professionals working or preparing to work at operational or strategic levels with experience in general analytic or collections experience of conventional threats. Applies to Military and Civilian personnel.
||English 3333 IAW STANAG 6001
||NCO: OR-4 thru OR-9
Officer: OF-1 thru OF-5
This one week course is comprised of interactive plenary lectures, case studies, best practice TTPs, practical exercises, and discussions that amplify the course lectures.
Specific to assigned syndicate, provided 2 weeks prior to start date of course.
The course provides real world examples and case studies in a collaborative exercise environment that encourages students to utilize creative and critical thinking skills.