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Identifying Insurgent Infrastructure   [open pdf - 2MB]

From the thesis abstract: "This monograph examines the nature of insurgent infrastructure and methods of identifying it. It uses a Communist mass-base insurgency as a context. The research hypothesis is that current doctrine and service school curricula do not adequately meet the educational needs of analysts or advisors prior to commitment in operational areas today. The study defines and examines insurgent infrastructure at the local level, and establishes its primacy in the conduct of an insurgency. It describes the use of generic insurgency models, then operational area models in educating personnel prior to deployment. Using the Intelligence Cycle as a framework, it expands on intelligence doctrine for identifying insurgent cells. It incorporates police intelligence techniques and discusses the operation and administration of an intelligence analysis center. The monograph closes with considerations for targeting and neutralizing infrastructure members."

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1990?
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Combined Arms Research Library (CARL) Digital Library http://cgsc.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/
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