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L.12.R - COMPLEMENTARITY OF INTELLIGENCE ACQUISITION AND DISSEMINATION RESOURCES.

The aim of this is to draw up a concept aimed at improving the acquisition and dissemination of intelligence in a multinational formation in the 2010 timeframe through reliance on coordination of the various national intelligence resources (intelligence collection and dissemination).

L.13.R - THE INTELLIGENCE CYCLE IN PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS

The aim of the study is to analyze the intelligence cycle, during its application in the case of a multinational formation (MNF) set up to carry out a Peace Support Operation. This analysis should enable any problems to be identified and allow proposals to be made to remedy this, in order to improve the effectiveness of the intelligence cycle in the case envisaged.

L.14.R - TRAINING CONCEPT FOR EMPLOYMENT OF INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES WITHIN A MULTINATIONAL FRAMEWOrk

The aim of this report is to draw up a concept for the training of intelligence organisations for the purpose of preparing them to their being employed within a multinational framework..

L.15.R - DIGITIZATION AND INTELLIGENCE.

The aim of this paper is to determine the implications of digitization for Intelligence.

L.17.R - INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT FOR C2 WARFARE

The aim of this study is to propose solutions enabling the intelligence organisations of the FINABEL countries' armed forces to support the various elements of C2W.

L.16.R - THE ISTAR CONCEPT FOR THE FINABEL COUNTRIES

The aim of this study is to establish a ISTAR concept for the FINABEL countries according to a modular model, in order to meet the intelligence requirements of a multinational force, enabling the construction of such a system in the future.

L.18.R - PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS.

CONTRIBUTION OF INTELLIGENCE TO THE PLANNING,P REPARATION AND CONTROL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF PEACE SUPPORT OPERATIONS
The aim of the study is to examine the basic role of intelligence to carry out psychological operations successfully within the context of a peace support operation.

L.19.R - CONTRIBUTION OF INTELLIGENCE TO CIVIL-MILITARY COOPERATION (CIMIC)

The aim of this study is to consider the interaction between Intelligence and civil-military actions in order to provide a conceptual basis for cooperation between Intelligence, civil-military actions, PIO and PSYOPS in the context of a multinational force’s CIMIC activities.

L.20.R - INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT FORCE PROTECTION

This study identifies the manners, in which Intelligence can support the protection of a multinational force, in particular during crisis response operations.

Understanding other parties, the future environment of the Theatre of Operations (complex multipartite symmetrical and asymmetrical) and a particular approach in the way military operations will be conducted, are determining factors for the success of an operation.

Measures to protect the force should be planned and implemented as the result of a continuous Threat Assessment conducted by the Intelligence staff (ISTAR process and Security Intelligence).

Intelligence and information for Force Protection is equally important to good training and proper equipment of the troops.

The study recommends for a multinational Force involved in CRO, to produce the proper intelligence for the protection of the Force, through coherence of the intelligence process and effective training and/or exercising.

L.21.R - THE EMPLOYMENT OF BRIGADE-LEVEL ISTAR ASSETS IN THE 2015 TIMEFRAME.

This study discribes what ISTAR capabilities multinational brigades should have in the 2015 timeframe. It is investigated which assets and capabilities should be available in order to achieve a current situation picture, even in the newly developing highly complex operational environment. This includes the expected increasing number of armed conflicts in urban areas which combined with also an increase of asymmetrical threats, leads to a less clear cut dividing line between types of conflict. To meet these new challenges an effective joint and combined All Sources Intelligence will be essential.
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