Schmidt-Furlow Report Enclosure 19: Standard Operating Procedure for the JTF Guantanamo Joint Intelligence Group

The document sets for standard operating procedures for interrogation operations taking place at Guantanamo under the Joint Interrogation Group (JIG) of the Joint Task Force (JTF) Guantanamo Bay. It states that "[t]here is much you will be asked to do which is not in any of your prior training" and urges awareness of the "legal, political, strategic and moral issues that influence and affect how operations are conducted in this vital part of Operation Enduring Freedom." The SOP includes a code of conduct, detailed descriptions of the roles of various personnel, and guidelines on reporting information obtained through interrogation. And that "all Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Civilians conduct themselves in a manner that reflects well on the legal principles America is founded upon".

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Non-legal Memo
Doc_date: 
Tuesday, January 21, 2003
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Wednesday, June 14, 2006
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b)(2)
Standard Operating Procedure
(SOP)

for the
JTF GTMO Joint In telliysn liG1
Op) (U)
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
21 January 2003
REVISED
12 JUNE 2003
REVISED
26 JULY 2004

DERIVED FROM: DIA DO HUMINT SCG, March 2002 DECLASSIFY ON: X-I
AR 15-6 GTMO InvestigationExhibit I Iof 76 Exhibits
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction 4 Preface 5 1. Purpose 6 2. Scope 6 3. References 6 4.P*2) 1Personnel 6
5. 03)(2)
7
6. (b)(2)
7

7. (b)(2) 7
8. 0)(2) !Schedules 7
9. 0)(2) Priorities 8
N. 0)(2) 9 11.1(b)(2)
9
12. Initial I(b)(2) I Products 10 ASP
10
IP
11
13. OP) .15
14. Report Writing 6
15. Detainee Requests for Co)(2) 1 I 9 16.OP)_I .19
17. b)(2) (Brief(b)(2)
19
18. Chain of Command ... I 9
19. Use of Military Police (MP) .20 Pagn4-ef SEGRE-TaX.-LL.
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APPENDIX A. 11,)(2) B. 0)(2)_Icheduling Request . C.0)(2) Screening Categories by Priority D. Analyst Support Package (ASP) 20 21 22 23

top) _I Guide .24
F. Surnmary0)(2) , Guide 29
G. Intelligence Information Report (I1R) Guide 32
H. (b)(1) Sec 1.4(c) 35
I. MSU Transfer Request Fonn 36
J.(b)(2) 37
K. b)(2) Briefrb)(2) Guide . 38
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(U) FIistory is being made with the Interrogations Operations takinp niane
(b)(2) vrr u_ unto-s tur-
0)(2) -Operationally, it breaks new ground. The Command, 01(2) ,__) Analysts, Service and Support elements, and Military PoLice are daily being asked not just to do the jobs they were trained for, but to radically create new methods and methodologies that are needed to complete this mission in defense of our nation. Reserve and Active components of all service branches are working this mission, along with numerous civilian and federal law enforcement a encies. This is a unique oppormnity to work with other agencies, to enhance your b)(2) and most importantly, to serve in defense of your country. There is much you wi --. to o which is not in any of your prior training. There are legal, political, strategic and moral issues that influence and affect how operations are conducted in this vital part of Operation Enduring Freedom. You must be aware that your activities and actions are often directed by or reported to the highest levels of govenunent. Also, agencies such as the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), foreign delegations, and the world media keenly watch how this operation is conducted and how 0)(2) are handled. It is vital to JTF-GTMO that all Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Civilians conduct themselves in a manner that reflects well on the legal principles America is founded upon.
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Preface
p))(2)
!CODE OF CONDUCT
1. Treat detainees humanely.
a.
President Bush determined that the Geneva Conventions do not apply to members of al Qaida or
the Taliban and that they are not prisoners of war but are unlawful combatants.

b.
President Bush does require the Department of Defense to treat detainees humanely, and, to the
extent appropriate-and consistent with military necessity, in a manner consistent with the Geneva
Conventions (POTUS memorandum (C), 7 February 2002, Subj: Humane Treatment of al Qaeda and
Taliban detainees).

c.
Humane treatment consists of providing detainees adequate food, drinking water, clothing,
shelter, medical treatment, and the free exercise of religion consistent with the requirements of
detention. President's Military Order (U), 13 November 2001.

b)(2)
d. Humane treatment during 'operations means no severe physical or mental pain or
suffering.

1(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
c. TORTURE is not authorized under any circumstances.
(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
4. Ensure that competent authority has approved your interrogation plan. Any interrogation tecimique
not approved in this SOP or contained in the SECDEF guidance must be forwarded through the chain of
command for appropriate command approval for use with any specific detainee.

f !(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
6. Contact the StaffJudge Advocate for further information concerning the legal basis of detention or
(13)(2) operations.

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JOINT TASIC FORCE-GTMO JOINT INTERROGATION GROUP (b)(2) (b)(2)I1SOP
u oITo provide the unique information needed to succeed in the challenging and vital Operations taking place at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in support of the International War on Terrorism.
2.
(U) Scope. These procedures and responsibilities apply to (b)(2) Iserving withlit the (b)(2)I I Joint (b)(2) IGroup (JIG) of Joint Task Force (J1k) GTMO.

3.
(U) References.

Se.
A. (U) D1AM 58-11, The DoD HUM1NT Policies (U) SECRET/NOFORN, 3 AUG 1998
B. (U) DIAM 58-12, DoD HUMINT Management Systern, 30 June 1997
C. (U) FM 34-2, Collection Management and Synchronization Planning, 8 March 1994
D. (U) FM 34-3, Intelligence.Analysis, 15 March 1990
E. (U) FM 34-52, Intelligence Interrogation, 8 May 1987
F. (U) Understanding.fslam, Yahiya Emerick; 2002
4. (U) 16TiPersonnel.
A. A. (U) Offieer-lu-GliaEReChief. Responsible for success of (b)( mission, provides overall guidance and control of b)( element.
B. (U) Deputy Chief Responsible for assisting Chief in success of Ed mission. guidance and control of }(b) element, and ensures military awards and evaluations are completed on time.
C. —B. (U) Operations Officer. Responsible for all issues, relating to the needs and operation of (b)(2) teams, facilities, and personnel.
D. --G. (U) Operations NCO. Controls scheduling of linguist su rt for (b)(2) Publishes Daily Highlights (DH). Acts as Security Manager for the
E. —I). (U) JIG Operations Officer. Deals with all issues within the detainee (b)(2)
I
Also coordinates interrogator contact with the Field Hospital (located next to (b)(2) and Brig, as necessary. Provides liaison with (b)(3):S(1)
F. —B. (U) Reports Officer. Reviews and transmits IIRs, KBs, disseminates 302s, updates I collection binders, and archives all documents mentioned to the J2 (b)(2) Drive.
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--G. (U) Regional Team Chief. Provides leadership and manages(b)(2)
plarinincrexecution of IMP) and report writing. Responsible for developing and reporting °)(2)(b)(2) paily Highlights to leadership.
I. ----14.(CI CoIlf-Ptinl_Management Technician (CMT). Works within thp R ppinnni
(b)(2)
to_develop and process intelligence requirements (b)(1) Sec ita.ILLISAr. 1 41 al Helps maintain the 1(b)(1) Sec 1.4(a) (b)(1) Sec_!database.
1
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b)(2)
J. --4. (U)-Analyst. Works within a
1:1)(2)

!Privity-1.g thp
Analyst Support Pacicage (ASP)ib)(2)
op) Helps (b)(2)

land ensure quality in
reporting.
K. (U) (b)(2) Works within a P))(2) Conducts (b)(2)
and reports on
intelligence collected. Helps determine the proper orripr rIfib)(2) Develops a
personal relationship with detainee and writes the I))(2)
'detailing how a
particular b)(2)
_j
L. (U) Linguist.— Works within a fb)(2) Translates (b)(2) questions and detainees I
an accurate and timely manner.answers in
5. it.j)/b)(2)
0)(2)
11. (U)(b)(2)
r)(2)

12.(u)gb)(2)_ _
_
1 (b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
A. (C)0)(1) Sec 1 4 C
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B. (U)o)(2) _ts for a definite time period not to exceed 120 diys.- II-identifies- new short- to intermediate-term information needs in response to unforeseen situations, emerging crises or contingencies. It can be used to register additional or refined requirements in connection with a unique,cnnention opportunity. (Or it may be used to raise the priority of an existing requirement.) rb)(2) j will not be used Aq a substitute for submitting standingW]nominations or revisions to current IMP) The(b)(2) must include a
justification explaining the time urgency, the priority of information ncede`Mi
n or criticality to the consumers' mission/task accomplishment.
C. (UAb)(2) is an expansion on one or more of the broad requirements contained in National HUMINT Collection Directives (NHCDs), An KW-may support one or more NHCDs. Within DoD, Conunands, Services, and production elements assigned primary production responsibility under the DoD Intelligence Production Program MoDIPP) generate (b)(2) support DoD operational planning, policy and decision-making, intelligence production, and intelligence databases. The(b)(2) !provides the collector sufficient detail to focus and target collection efforts against the stated information needs.
D. (C) N(2) is a document that provides tailored requirements to levy on a specific source (b)(2) normally based on a KB. While standing b)(2) igenerally contam sufficient collection guidance. lb)(2) anoment thpm additional details tailored to the specifiqb)(1)Sec1.4(0 (b)(i) sec They refine a collector's focus and Improve the capability to fully exploit the opportunity. The (b)(2) is not a means to submit new requirements, or levy additional retp_iirements tnuelated to the collection element's stated target or opportunity, (b)(1) Sec
Kb)(1) Sec 1.4(c) ,
10. (u) Kb)(2) Kb)(2)
I. ai_1(b)(2)
(b)(2)

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1(b)(2)
I 2. (U) Initiall(b)(2) Products.
A. (U) Analyst Support Package (ASP).
(1)
(U) The analyst's goal as a member of the(b)(21 is to provide timely, thorough and useful intelligence to help guide the Op) Process. In order to reach this goal, the Analyst works hand-in-hand with other t))(2) 'members to ensure research is done exactly-as needed.

(2)
(U) The first step in the process that requires analyst involvement is the selection of the

detainee to be b 2
1(b)(2)

lb)(2)
(3)(u) There are also Ad Hoc requirements that are addressed by the^ These are handled as received and as time allows. Names of detainees developed through investigations are discussed by members of the (b)(2) ' and introduced to the
03)(2) Ilist in an order agreed upon by the team.
(4)
(U) Next in the0)(2) preparation process that the analyst creates the Analyst Support Package (ASP) (Appendix D). This is the most critical contribution the analyst will make and will require the largest amount of the analyst's time. The time involved in preparing this package varies greatly depending on the amount of information available on the detainee.

(a)
(C) The analyst begins with the ASP temniste and glpanc ac rntle-11 :11cm-2,1,1.6,4i as possible

OW) Sec 1.4(c) Then using Ian or the research tools available, the analyst creates the ASP, which enables the
(b)(2)
Ito create a solid kb)(2) I-critical for the success of any
i I
10(2)

(b) (S) 01)(1) Sec14C
(b)(1)'oec 1.4 la

(c) (S) fb)(1) Sec 1 4 C
(b)(1) _Sec 1 4 C
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(d). (U) ASP Format:
I (U):10)(2)
1(b)(2)

2 (U) Photo. The most current photo of the detainee.
(u) (b)(2)
(b)(2)
4 (U)Ib)(2)
(b)(2) '

5 (S) 0)(1) Sec 1.4 C
(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C

!DO) Sec 1.4 C
6 (S)
gi) • 1.4C,

(SNF) OW) Sec 1 4 C
Ib)(1) Sec 1.,

8 (U) (b)(2)
(b)(2)
9 (C) (b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
tomseel
I 0 (C) Collection Requirements. Identifies collection Ib)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
Ib)(1) Sec

Will help theP3)(2) develop the (b)( based on these requirements,especially (b)(2)
I 1 (U) P3)(2)
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12 (u) 0)(2) trs 1(C)(2)1
13 (C) 0)(1) Sec 1.4 C
(b)(1) Sec c,

(u)p))(2)
kb)(2)
(5) (U) I
b)(2) _
B. (1.110)(2)
(1) (1)) 1))(2)
(b)(2) '_

(2)
(U) Review pertinent sources of information include when ilnrialina vnlirigia TrA kith the hard copy detainee file as well as the soft copyl(b)(2)

(a)
(U) Detainee Files. b)(2)

Detainee folders are filed numericallyby Internee Serial I\ (ISN). When a detainee folder is removed it mustbe signed out first using the sign-out sheet found in every hanging file
(b)
(U)1(b)(2)
(b)(2)

(c)
(C) (b)(1) Sec 1.4 C

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(d) (CP(1)
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(e) (U) OP)
)(2)

(b)(2)
Sa
(b)(2)
(g)Intelli ence Information Reports. Extracted from previously answered
b)(2)
(h)
(S)(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
N(1) sec U

(c)
(b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
rb)(1) d___-

(C b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
(b)(1)

0() (C) ib)(i) Sec 1.4 C
(b)(Ir ec 1.4 1.•

(c) b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
(m) (u)(b)(2)I
_]Communication/Leadership Matrix.
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(b)(2)

(5)
(u) (b)(2)

/Linguist Meeting. This meeting must take place at least fifteen minnips prior to theLb12.1_______Kb)(2) (b)(2)
1(b)(2) No later
than the day prior to the (b)(2)
Ishould confirm— with the linguistscheduled tiine and language of the linguist supporting the (b)(2)
(6) (U) p:1)(2)
(b)(2)

1(b)(2)
(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
(a) (C)
(b)(1) op,_

k0
(b)(2)
(b)
(U)
(b)(2)

(C)
(C)(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
(b)(1)1

(d) 0)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
)(2)
1
(b)(2)

2 (cb)(1) Sec 1 4 C b)(2)
b)(2)

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3 (c))(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C (b)(1)ottc.,
1.4 lo
4_ (C)1b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
;b)(1) ec.

13. (U) i'h1(21__ _ _ _ _ 1 The objective of any 0)(2)
is tO obtain the maximum amount of usable infonnation in the timeliest manner. A successful 03)(2)
produces needed information
that is timely, complete, clear, and accurate.Vh1(2)
i(b)(2)

B. (C)(b)(i) Sec 1.4 C
(b)(1)

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C. (0) (b)(2) 0)(2)
(1)
(0)0)(2)
1(b)(2)I

(2)
(0) 0)(2)
(b)(2)

(3)
ir (b)(1) Sec 1 4 C

(4)m0)(2)
pp)(2)
(5) (c) p))(1) Sec 1.4 C
(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
(C)(b)(1) Sec1 4 C
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(b)(1) S—

F. (s)(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C (b)(1)I
G. (C) (b)(1) Sec 1.4 C b)(1)
H. (c)(b)(1) Seel 4 C (b)(1)'
1
(s) b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
(b)(1) bec 4 6

0) (s)1(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
(b)(1) Sec 1 4 C

(2) (S) (b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
0)(1) Sec 1.41,

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(3)
(s)(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C

(4)
(S) (b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
(b)(1) Sec

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(6)(s) p..1)(1) Sec 1 4 C (b)(1) Sec lc —
(7) (S) (b)(1) Sec 1 4 C (b)(1) Sec 1
14. (U) REPORT VVRITING.
A. (s) b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
(b)(1)'.

(1) (-Lqb)(2)
ps)(2)
(2) (p) 0)(2)
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(b)(2)
(3)
(U)
(b)(2)

B.
(U) post(b)(2) 'Meeting. Following evenr b)(2) iva a post0)(2)

'meeting. OP)
b)(2)

During this meeting the
Pall?) deterrnme which Vh1(21 _ have been answered. At that point the determination is made concerning the need for another 091(7) _ to answer the(b)(2) 1 If the determination is made for another
(b)(2)
at ttus detainee the whole process should go back to the ASP preparation step and proceed from there. If gb)(2) ; information is obtained, the kbl(21 [ writes an Intelligence Information Report (IIR) (Annex K). (b)(2) i
,
gb)(2) If the analyst was presentb)(2) I then he/she should assist in drafting the UR4b)(2)
(b)(2)
C. (U)
(b)(2)

15. (U) Detainee Requests (b)(2)
A. C Periodical] detainees mak •• 'St° see an ("2)
. I I. k
b)(2) ,
-
!normally work him into th0)(2) i schedule. A "visit" is conducted with the detainee in the booth to see what he wantqb)(2) 1 Klo)(2) ' Usual detainee requests involve questions concerning status of their "case," cell transfers, or guard or medical-related issues.
ee
S 1 4 C
B. (C)(b)(1)
(b)(1) Sec 1 4 C

C. (U) The J3 Operations Officer posts detainee requests on theWjletainee Request Board each day. Once a team has taken care of the request, the detainee's ISN is highlighted in yellow toindicate the request has been filled. Tearn Chiefs ensure that b)(2) trespond in an efficient manner to detainee requeSts.
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17.(c0)(1) Sec 1.4 C
t))(1) Sec 1.4 C

18.(U) Chain oftommand. The Chain of Command for all personnel, civilian and military assigned to th )(2) is as follows: the immediate supervisor (the Section Chief),
...• followed by the Officer in Charge of the tb)(21, followed by the Joi errogation Group Director, followed by the JTF Commanding General. In the • • • ce of the OIC, the Operations Officer willhave conunand authority. In the absence of both thail OIC and th Operations Officer, thesenior Section Chief will exercise command authority within the organization. All personnel are responsible for0)(2) oversight and properly reporting incidents through the proper Chain of Command.
19. (C) Use Military Police Dui-ing0)(2) 'The Military Police (MP) may not participate in
(b)(2) process. Their role is strictly for security and safety of all individuals associated with the (b)(2) process.
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Tuesday, 14 JANUARY 2003 Team Start Time Duration ISN Language Linguist lst Linguist 2nd POC
Wednesday, 15 JANUARY 2003 Team Start Time Duration ISN Language Linguist 1st Linguist 2nd POC
Thursday, 16 JANUARY 2003 Team Start Time Duration 1SN Language Linguist 1st Linguist 2nd POC
Friday, 17 JANUARY 2003 Team Start Time Duration ISN Language Linguist 1st Linguist 2nd POC
Saturday, 18 JANUARY 2003 Team Start Time Duration 1SN Language Linguist 1st Linguist 2nd POC

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(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c) 1 _J
j(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
1
)(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)

(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c) (b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
(b) 1) Sec 1.4(c)
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ANALYST SUPPORT SUMMARY JTF-GTMO JIG
(SIINF) (SIINF) (SM4F) (SAIF) (S//NF) (S//NF) (SUNF) (sIINF) (S//NF) (S//NF) (S//NF) (SI/NF) REFERENCE INFORMATION CURRENT AS OF DATE ISN# NAME-GTMO# Mp# SOURCE# LANGUAGE CITIZENSHIP ETHNICITY CURRENT CELL ANALYST INTERROGATOR . DETAINEE PHOTO
(S//NF) SUMMARY OF PREVIOUS(b/(2) AND REPORTING
0)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
Kb)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
tb)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
1(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
03)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
t, (b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
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Source Name:
Languages Spoken:

Tearn:
DoD Team Chief:
DoD Team Chief Phone #:

0)(2)
Analyst:
CMT:

Language Requested: Linguist Requested:
f ex2)
L. Date/Time o Estimated Du ti" Date of Last(b)(2) -
Previous Reports:
Report Ntunber
b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
,(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
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(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c) Purpose of (b)(2)Iyllequirements: 1(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
Translation Method: (b)(1) Sec 1.4(c) (b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
[(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
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Control Questions:
Termination Phase:
(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
0)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
1(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
kb)(1) Sec 1 4(c) OW) Sec 1.4(c) (b)(1) Sec 1 4(c) (b)(1) Sec 1 4(c) 1(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
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'b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
(b)(2)
.--ankb)(2)
p)(2)
b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
(S)
(b)(1'

2.
(s)kb)(1) Sec 1.4 C
0)(11

3.
(s)1(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
1(b)(1) JeC

b)(1) See 1 4 C
4.
(S)
1(b)(1)

5.
(syb)(1) sec 1.4 C 0)(1)I

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(s)I(b)(1) Sec 1 4 C (b)(1) Sec 1.4 C

7.
(s)(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C (b)(1y

A. (S b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
B. (S
8. (s) 0)(1) S8C 1.4 C
b)(1) _.
9. , (S)(b)(1) (b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
l(b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
10. (s)(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
(b)(1)--ot-c-r4 v
b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
(s)(b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
(b)(1)1
(b)(1) Sec 1 4 C--
12. (S) 0)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
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B. (S) (b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C

c. (s)1(b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
b)(1jSec14C

13. (S) OTHER REPORTS TO RE GENERATED:
A. (stb)(1) Sec 1.4 C
(b)(1 _
B. (S)(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
14. (S b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
A. (s) (WO) Sec 1.4 C
fb)(1) Sec 1 4 C

B. (S) r))(1) Sec 1.4(c)
(b)(2),(b)(3):10 USC §130b

15. (11)
Xii72T,(b)(3):10 USC §130b
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SEGRETI,LX-1 Appendix G
Intelligence Information Report (IIR) Guide (U)
(U)
QUESTIONS REGARDING IIR WRITING REFER TO THE CIAM 58-12 SECTION 6 OF THE REGIONAL
COLLECTION BINDER OR ASK AN RO FOR ASSISTANCE.

(U)
EVERYTHING BELOW IN BLUE IS FOR REFERENCE AND SHOULD BE DELETED BEFORE SENDING THE
FINAL IIR TO THE REPORTS OFFICER.

(U)
In the text REMOVE #, $, ", :, AND ANY OTHER SYMBOLS. COLONS (:) AND QUOTES (")
SHOULD BE CHANGED TO DOUBLE DASHES (--), DOLLAR SIGNS S) TO USD AND NUMBER SIGNS
(#) TO NO. (SHORT FOR NUMBER)

OR JUST COMPLETELY REMOVE. THERE CAN BE NO "TABS" IN

THE REPORT. THE FIRST TIME A PERSON'S LAST NAME IS INTRODUCED, IT IS IN ((

)). Do

not remove colons (:) after pro-words.
SECRET .
SERIAL: (UrO)C2)
COUNTRY: (U) COUNTRY (TES] (COUNTRY CODES). SEPARATE BY SEMI-COLONS (:).

i(b)(2)
(b)(2)
SUBJ:.

-TITLE (MENTION COUNTRY IN HERE) (NO PERIOD

AT END) ; CLASSIFY TITLE IF APPROPRIATE (U)

WARNING: (U) THIS IS AN INFORMATION REPORT, NOT FINALLY EVALUATED INTELLIGENCE.

REPORT CLASSIFIEDSECRE T.

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
DOI:.

(U) (b)(2)
EVENT (S) Kb)(1 ) Sec 1.4(c)

REQS: (U) HCRs; SDRs(PARTIAL-COMPLETE) REQUIREMENTS IN THIS ORDER; D-4J2-2410-002-02:

DHCDs,
SOURCE: (S) b)(2).

FULL MIDDLE NAME ((LAST NAME)) SOURCE

NAME AS IT APPEARs ON THE KB. THIS PART OUTLINES THE BACKGROUND, ACCESS, AND
RELIABILITY. LIST CITIZENSHIP/ NATIONALITY, OCCUPATION/EMPLOYMENT, AND ALIASES.

LIMIT TO 5 LINES.
-

SUMMARY: (S) CAPTURE KEY HIGHLIGHTS. SUCCINCTLY DESCRIBE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT

INFORMATION IN THE IIR.

LIMIT TO 5 LINES.

IF ENCLOSURE, --ADD THE WORD --ENCLOSURE­
-AT THE END OF PARAGRAPH.
TEXT:.

(S)

1. (S) USE ACTIVE VOICE. STATE WHAT THE SOURCE SAID, NOT YOUR QUESTDONS, OR

'SOURCE SAID.

' WHAT YOU ARE WRITING IS WHAT THE SOURCE SAID. USE 'FIELD
COMMENTS' -- DO NOT USE COLONS(:) WHEN THERE IS INFORMATION YOU

NEED TO ADD THAT

WILL AMPLIFY WHAT THE SOURCE STATED E.G., 'AT THIS TIME SOURCE BEGAN FIDGETING AND
ACTING EVASIVE' OR 'THE ZSU-23/4 HAS NOT BEEN REPORTED PREVIOUSLY IN AFGHANISTAN.'

USE 'SOURCE COMMENT'-- WHEN THE SOURCE PARENTHETICALLY ADDS

INPripma-rrrm r r Inv

THE WAY. THE HOUSF. T RTAYrn rm mrn unm uAVE ANY RUNNING- WATER N21. .

(b)(2)
WOR CITY AND FEATURE LOCATIONS.

1_1

(b)(2)
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2. .(S) CLASSIFY INDIVIDUAL PARAGRAPHS.

USE A, B, C, ETC. FOR SUB—PARAGRAPHS AND

CLASSIFY APPROPRIATELY, DC NOT INDENT.

3. (S) IN MULTIPLE SOURCE IIRS, USE AN EXPRESSION SUCH AS "SOURCE (NUMBER)
STATED" PRECEDING THE PORTION OF THE TEXT ATTRIBUTABLE TO THAT SOURCE.

LIST THE

ADDYTTONAL SOURCES IN THE SOURCE PARAGRAPH, NO MORE THAN FIVE LINES A PIECE.

COMMENTS: (S)

1 ..040) Sec lA C
(S)

(b)(1) Sec 1.4 1
(C)
I(b)(1) Sec 1 4 C

2 ._
(b)(1) Sec 1 4 _

3 . (n} (bp)
rb)(2)

0)(2)
5 . OP)
)
OM
6_)(b)(2)
'

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(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
(b)(1) Sec 1 4 1_

COLL:.

(U)

I NS T R;____4b)(2)
ib)(2)

INSTR. (HI ChM11_____:

M)(2)
PREP:.

(U)

ENCL: (0) Pm
0)(2)

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ENCL : ( U) OP)
TITLE (U),1

ACQ:.(b)(2).

(U) a

DISSEM:.

(U)40(2)
ENCLOSURES. 1.

WARNING: (U) REPORT CLASSTFTPDSFCRE T.
iiM2)
DECL: X1

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(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c) b)(2) (1.1)(b)(2) (U)(b)(2) (S)(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c) (S) (b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
(13)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
OR b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
(1))(b)(2) (b)(2)
(b)(2) OR (b)(2) (s)(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c) D(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c) Qb)(1) Sec 1.4(c) D(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c) Li(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c) I 1 —
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Appendix I
(b)(2) (b)(2)
Kb)(2)
0_0{0)(2)
(U)Kb)(2)
b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)(S.
.
(s)Kb)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
EX:
1(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
(U)(b ) (2 )
(u)r)(2)
(b)(2)
(S)(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
El Kb)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
Kb)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
O Kb)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
(S)(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
O (b)(1) Sec 1 4(9)1
• 0)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
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0)(2)
b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
(0)0)(2) —
(S)r3)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
(11(b)(2)
(U)
(b)(2)
(S0)(1) Sec 1 4(c)

(S)
(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c) (b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)

(S)
,b)(1) Sec 1 4(c) b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)

(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c) b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
(S)01(11 Sec 1.4(c) 1(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c) (b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
0)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
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0)(2)
(S)
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DATE:
ISN:
NAME: (AS GIVEN FROM BAGRAM IN SOURCE FILE)
DOD LEAD(b)(2)
LINGUIST:

(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
ihoi START TIME:
Kb)(2)ITIME:

kb)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
kb)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
lb)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
4K._
kb)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
F
/A.0)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
2 0)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
1

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3.
BIRTCITY-- XXX. al' BORN IN DIFFERENT COUNTRY WHEN/WHY DID HE MOVE THERE?)

4.
BIRTCTRY— XX. (COUNTRY WHERE HE WAS BORN)

Kb)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
1
HIJREE (ISLAMIC CAI,ENDAR): MONTH, DAY, YEAR

GREGORIAN (CHRISTIAN/WESTERN CALENDAR): MONTH, DAY, YEAR
6. LANGUAGES SPOKEN— /00C; 31CXX; XXX. (LIST LANGUAGES SOURCE KNOWS TO INCLUDE VARIOUS DIALECTS' OF ARABIC)
0)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
p)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
Kb)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
OW) Sec 1.4(c)
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(b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
0)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)
b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
j(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
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1(b)(1) Sec 1.4(c)
ADDITIONAL NOTES:
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SECHETII
Appendix L

SECRET//NOFORN
THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE
1000 DEFENSE PENTAGON
WA ShilIsiGTON. DC 20301.1000

MEMORANDUM FOR 1HE COMMANDER. US SOUTHERN COMMAND
(S/NF) 0)(1) Sec 1.4 C ih)(1) Sftc 1 4 (";
(S/NF) 10)(1) Sec 1.4 c 0 rb)(1) Sec 1 4 C
(U) a. (b)(2) c'k
b. b)(2)
(S)
c. b)(1) Sec 1 4(c) (b)(1) Sec 1 4(c)

(S)
(b)(1) Sec 1 4 C 0)(1) Sec 1.4 C

(S/NF) 1(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C i(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
b)(1) Sec 1 4 C
(S/NF)
0)(1) Sec 1.4 C
b)(2)
(SI )(b)(1) Sec 1.4 C
1(b)(1) Sec 1

lb)(6),b)(3) 10 USC §130B
Attaclunents:
As stated
Classified By: Secretary of NOT RELEASABLE TO Defense
a ,i6
49heI
FOREION NATIONALS Reason: 1.5(a) Declassify Om 2 April 2013 SECRETIINOFORN (b)(2)
(b)(2)
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