Emails between DOD Officials re: Presentation on Army Detainee Operations

Email includes a PowerPoint presentation entitled "Draft Army Detainee Operations and Detainee-Interrogation Operations Integration Plan." The slides include graphs and plans to improve the Army's detainee interrogation strategies, overall detainee operations and synchronize Army efforts internally.

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Email
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Wednesday, August 25, 2004
Doc_rel_date: 
Tuesday, February 14, 2006
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)=. DISCUSS FORMAT/PRESENTATION FOR BRIEF TO ENLARGED AUDIENCE (IE. G2/G3 AND DETAINEE TASK FORCE) ON MONDAY, 30 AUG.
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Detainee abuse cases have over-shadowed the actions of the hundreds of thousands of Soldiers who have served and continue to serve with distinction and honor.
Detainee abuse cases have also served to decrease the visibility of ongoing Army actions to improve detention and interrogation capabilities.
Ultimately, must recognize that the actions of a single Soldier may have strategic andoperational implications:
-the impact of detainee abuse on the successful outcome of specific OEF and OIFobjectives may not be known for some time
-already readily apparent that the cases of detainee abuse have weakened the U.S. military's example of moral leadership not only in Arabic countries, but around the world, and even in the United States where the American people are questioning the values of their Army
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Army Detainee Operations and Detainee-InterrogationOperations Integration Plan

APPLICABILITY
Plan applies to Army Major Commands and the Headquarters, Department of the Army (HQDA) Staff, supporting agencies and activities.
Changes to detainee operations policy and doctrine may also have implications on other services and the Joint Staff
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MEASURES OF EFFECTIVENESS
Subjective decision by PMG that will use the following guidelines:

Synchronization Matrix Activity. An overall reduction of changes in status; no new tasks integrated within three months, and all other tasks are progressing towards completion with no significant issues.


IG Reassessment. The PMG, ICW the DA IG, determines that sufficient adjustments have been made to warrant a DA IG reassessment and functional analysis of internment, enemy prisoner of war and detention policies, practices and procedures.


Operational Reassessment The PMG conducts a broader reassessment of internment and correction operations - military police, legal, medical, and automation capabilities, as well as a detainee-interrogation operations assessment

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PLAN FRAMEWORK

Title 10+ Solutions Policy Doctrine Organize Training Material *411144)4Leadership Personnel Facility
•Policy analysis •Pol icy/doctrine crosswalk Apr 04 •lnterim MP policy 26 Jul 04 *Interim MI policy on-going •DOD/AR 190-8 rewrite Oct 04 *Doctrine analysis Apr 04 •Policy/doctrine crosswalk May04 •Interim MP FM 3-19.40 Oct 04 •MI Drag FM 2-22.3 28 Jul 04 • UR Activate & Convert Oct 03: 105 I AC BN 105 1 AC Co /05/06 9 AC Co /05/08 3 RC BN /05/08 17 RC Cc •Integrate 2 31E NCOs into UEx .24 31E MTT 28 Mar-I8 Jul 04 •Trained 1,296 Soldiers in DO *Export TSPApr .0C TNG Jan *P-MOB TNG FM Di x 24 APR •Fielded TDRC w/computer/ 3oftware Mar 04 •Ryder Report assessed materia spt requirements •Work Facility upgrade •Initiate account measures 'Directed LDR TNG-institutions •Direct MP as Facility CDR •Convert aligns roto w/31E CDR .31E Growth: VAC 826-1100 •'RC 78-2000 .31E SME attached to 16th MP BDE 4 Feb •Updated OEF JMD w/3 1E Jul 04 *Provide tech assessments on­going *Provide prey. health assess Oct 03 •Re-assess fat upgrade May 04

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POLICY
OPMG conducted policy analysis of
-DoDD 5100.77, Law of War and
-DoDD 2310.1, DOD Enemy POW Detainee Program
Ongoing Rapid Action Revision of AR 190-8, Enemy Prisoners of War, Retained Personnel, Civilian Internees and Other Detainees with full rewrite scheduled 1QTRO5
Review of AR 27-1 Judge Advocate Legal Services
Review of AR 381-100 Army Human Intelligence Collection Programs
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DOCTRINE

Currently developing and publishing revised Army
detainee and detainee-interrogation doctrine:
). FM 3-19.40 -Intemment/Resettlement Operations FM 34-52 -Intelligence Interrogation
). FM 2-22.3 HUMINT Collector Operations Support to development of new Joint Publication3-63 -Detainee Operations
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ORGANIZATION: Medical Force Structure
Reports recommend HQDA analyze and update as necessary preventive medicine detachment force structure to support detainee operations, including collection points and internment resettlement facilities across the full spectrum of operations.
G3 must, ICW OTSG and MEDCOM:

analyze the mission of Detainee Operations and determine medical requirements by Health Service Support BOS's, (Hospitalization, Evacuation and Regulation, Medical Treatment, Dental, Combat Stress Control, Preventive Medicine, Lab, Veterinary, Medical Logistics, and Battle Command)


modify Detainee Operations-specific force structure to effectively support medical needs of detainee operations in the current operating environment


ensure detainee operation workloads are adequately captured in medical force structure basis of allocation resulting in sufficient medical forces to support the mission

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TRAINING

UNITS

Sustain RSOI Detention Ops training, Intel MTTs


Detention Ops technical assistance visits (OPMG lead)


FORSCOM require Detainee Ops pre-deployment tng


CSA message to field encouraging review of Law of Land Warfare

CTCs TRADOC


DAIG Functional Area Analysis
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USAMPS lead for adjusting Task,
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G2X course, MTTs to Intel &
Maneuver forces (Facilities)

'Standardize Detainee Ops at CTCs

Routine USAMPS MTTs to CTCs


MI MTTs to CTCs


JI CTC stand-up at USAMICS

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CSD

TRAINING (Cant)
UNITS:

MP


MI


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TRADOC
CTCs
Force Structure
PRE-911

Focused TNG on 5"S" & Law of Land Warfare


31B (Military Police) conduct standard EPW Operations


31E (Correctional Specialist) focused on US Prisoner confinement at fixed correctional facilities


Institutional training focused upon combatant 5"S" & Law of Land Warfare


USAMICS:16 week 97E (collector) course on screening/interrogation


MRC/SSC focus (less MREs for Bosnia/Kosovo)


No BLUFOR/OPFOR contact


Limited Interrogation/screening


2 MP Internment/Resettlement (I/R) BDEs in RC


EPW units operate in theater rear


31B MOS structure at Corps & Below for short-term holding


Few AC Interrogators at Div and below

LESSON OBSERVED


GWOT detainees not EPWS


Detention carnps not injheeter rear


L,onger term detention 6t BN, BDE, DIV„ & JTF leverfor Intel ekploitefion


BDE level "Holding Areas" lOok like DIV/Corps Flolding AreaS II


IJnits creating Interrogation and detentidn cell frOrn Internal aesets and augrnentees

TODAY (Lessons Learned)

31Bs down to BDE level to run
holding areas


31E MTTs for 01F2


31B to 31E skills at MOB site &
GTMO


USAR MI units MOB at FT
Huachuca (GTMO Ops)


TJAGCS increase Detainee Ops
training for JAGs & SR CDRs

-USAMPS TIGER TEAM
addressing LL from all Operations


USAMPS 31E MOSQ course at
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MI training on interrogation
procedures


MTT on Tactical Questioning (TQ)


BDE level holding area for MRXs
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USAMPS MTT to JRTC Jan 04


JAG 0/Cs work with MP 0/Cs on Detention OPS


MI teams to CTCs for TQ


HQDA G3 directed MP bottom up Review Nov 02


CSA approved Force Design Update Sep 03 for MP I/R Bn stucture


31E MTO&E units in AC/ RC


Increase 31E augmentation to
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RC mobilization for 97E training

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LONG TERM STRAT

Sustain RSOI Detention Ops
training, Intel MTTs


Detention Ops technical
assistance visits (OPMG lead)


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G2X course, MTTs to Intel &
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Standardize Detainee Ops at CTCs


Routine USAMPS MTTs to CTCs


MI MTTs to CTCs


JI CTC stand-up at USAMICS


TAA11 expansion of 300 31E (AC) & @2000 31E RC (TAA-13 source additional programmed expansion)


31E (AC) stationing at GTMO


FA-16 Actionable Intel & Modularity Redesigns


TAA-11: 2 CO's of CI HUM1NT from RC to AC

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MATERIEL
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FACILITIES
. In theater - 16 Facilities are being designed and resourced
to accommodate the complexity of detainee operations

). Design Improvements to operational facilities in order to:
-Mitigate external risks to detainees.
-Hold larger numbers of detainees.
-Segregate detainees into different categories to handle each

class appropriately.
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Operations Integration Plan C-0
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SYNCH MATRIX
PURPOSE:

Provide historical link to inspection / investigation / assessment / review or lesson from which task originated.


Provide a single source for all tasks associated with adapting Army Detainee Operations and Detainee-Interrogation Operations capability to current and future environments.


Provide a tool to synchronize and integrate adaptations throughout Army/Joint Policy - DOTMLPF


Provide a tracking mechanism for implementation and execution of tasks.

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Operations Integration Plan

OVERSIGHT COUNCIL


Recurring meeting Chaired by PMG


Co-chaired by G2 and G3 HQDA staff and MACOMs participate


Monitors execution Uses Synchronization Matrix as primary tool


Approves / Disapproves additional tasks


Resolves issues


Approves completion of task


OPMG provides council recorder to maintain matrix and council minutes

Note: Plan schedules first meeting for 14 Sep, time/place TBD.

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SPECIFIED TASKS CC.
G-2
• Assist PMG with monitoring and synchronizing Army actions to implement P-DOTMLPF improvements.
G-3
. Assist PMG with monitoring and synchronizing Army actions to implement P-DOTMLPF improvements.
• Ensure specific elements of plan are synched with the Army Campaign Plan.
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SPECIFIED TASKS
G-1

Ensure measures are taken to preserve and retire all historical records pertaining to Army actions to improve detainee operations and detainee-interrogation operations.
Director, Strategic Communications

Prepare Shaping Operations - a strategic communications plan to engage appropriate congressional and media representatives on development and publication of plan.
Prepare chain teaching presentation to be given by senior Army leaders across the Army to "Tell the Army Stoty" pertaining to detainee related operations,
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CCIR

Any new detainee abuse


Ongoing CID investigations mature sufficiently to handover to TJAG


Initiation or guidance to initiate any new detainee operations or detainee-interrogation inspection, assessment, or investigation of any Army organization

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WAY AHEAD

Event Dates D-Day 22 JUL 04 Publish Planning Directive 11 AUG 04 (D+20)
Core Planning Group assembles in Presidential Towers 12 AUG 04 (D+21)
Extended Planning Group assembles in Presidential Towers 23 AUG 04 (D+32)
Plan and Synchronization Matrix Review by PMG 25 AUG 04 (D+34)

Review Schlesinger & Fay/Kern/Jones Reports 25-27 AUG (D+34-36)
Brief Plan and Synchronization Matrix to PMG, G2, G3 30 AUG 04 (D+39)
Conduct initial Detainee Operations and Detainee-Interrogation 30 AUG 04 (D+39)
Operations Implementation Council
Distribute Plan and Synchronization Matrix to HQDA and 30 AUG 04 (D+39)
MACOMs for staffing
Brief Plan and Synchronization Matrix to DAS 31 AUG 04 (D+40)
Review Comments Due to Plans Group 1 SEP 04 (D+41)

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WAY AHEAD (cont)

Event Dates
Submit Plan and Synchronization Matrix to PMG for 2 SEP 04 (D+42)
signature
Plan and Synchronization Matrix Approved 3 SEP 04 (D+43)
Plan and Synchronization Matrix Distributed 3 SEP 04 (D+43)
Phase III Begins 6 SEP 04 (D+46)
Engagement with Congress TBD
Pre Coordination Council TBD
2nd Detainee Operations and Detainee-Interrogation 14 SEP 04 (D+54)
Implementation Council

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Tasks Requiring Council Guidance °I (Status — Red)
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interrogators to be former military G2's position is requirement is too
interrogators trained in current Restrictive.
interrogation policy and doctrine or receive
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interrogation policy and doctrine. Define
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1 MEDCOM (FOUO) Update medical detainee Current Doctrine is applicable with operations doctrine to specifically address reinforcement during unit pre detainee health care requirements. deployment training.
18.4 MEDCOM TRADOC (FOUO) Review program of instruction for Current standard of care is medical areas of concentration (AOC), appropriate. One core common ethics occupational specialties (MOS), and standard is taught. Add requirement additional skills identifiers (ASI) for additional DNBI surveillance at
EPW/Detainee camps.
6 MEDCOM (FOUO) Ensure that units have the 4.33 All sets determined to have required medical equipment and supplies appropriate level of medical supplies, for treating detainees.
including the military police battalion
medical squad medical equipment
sets.
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New / Other Issues
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