Field Manual (FM) 2-22.3, "Human Intelligence Collector Operations."

Friday September 8, 2006

This week, the Army published Field Manual (FM) 2-22.3, "Human Intelligence Collector Operations." It replaces Field Manual 34-52, published in 1992.

NEWS ABOUT THE ARMY

  • Army's Future Force Warrior Passes Major Milestone (ARNews)
  • Attacks Place Urgency on Army Transformation, Training (FHH)
  • Army Training not Easier (ARNews)
  • Retired Army Colonel Offers Insight on War (BT)

WAR ON TERROR NEWS

  • Al Jazeera Shows Video Featuring Bin Laden (ABC)
  • Iraq Begins To Take Formal Control of its Armed Forces (EB | LAT)
  • Kabul Bombing Kills 10, Including 2 GIs (NYT)
  • With Hope and a Signature, Iraq Takes Command of its Armed Forces (MNF)

OF INTEREST

  • 9/11 Alive in Pentagon Memory (EB | BS)
  • Interrogation Methods Rejected by Military Win Bush's Support (NYT)
  • Armed Forces Voters Week Focuses on Electronic Options (ARNews)
  • Number of Veterans Receiving Care Growing (FNC)

WORLD VIEW

  • Nigerian Fraudsters Now Target U.S. Army (TRB | Story)
  • Why is Bin Laden Still Alive? (ALJ | Story)
  • 'War on Terror' Loses Clear Direction (BBC | Story)
  • Bush Criticized over Terrorism Suspects Trial Plan (STR | Story)

WHAT'S BEING SAID IN BLOGS

  • A Day in the Life (BS)
  • B36 News - 08 September 2006 (BS)
  • September Eleventh, Five Years Later (BS)

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