Vaughn Index of Defense Intelligence Agency Documents, ACLU v. DOD, No. 1:04-CV-4151 (S.D.N.Y. November 08, 2004)

A Vaughn index of Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) documents produced alongside a FOIA production released on November 8th, 2004. The index lists the documents withheld by government and an explanation for their withholding.

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Judicial
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Sunday, November 7, 2004
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Document Number 1 Document Type: Message Classification: Confidential Date of Document: 311004z Aug 04 Author: HMSNG Washington, DC Addressee: AFIWC Lackland Air Force Base, Tx Subject: IIR 7 931 1751 04/Dragon Fire — Iraq Intelligence Service Captured and Released Jordanian Terrorist Mustafa Sayyam in December 2002 (Corrected Report) (U) Pages: 6 Document Released in Part. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accord protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of an individual. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10 Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel.
Document Number 2 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret Date of Document: 170557z Jul 04 Author: CJTF-76 C2x Bagram AF Addressee: Commander Accent Kuwait Doha KU Subject: UR 6 044 1865 04 Information Regarding Alleged Detainee Abuse in the Vicinity of Ghecko, Kandahar Province, AF (U) Pages: 3 Document Released in Part. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document contains information which could potentially reveal the identity of a human source. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals.
Document Number 3 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret Date of Document: 172119z May 04 Author: CJTF-7 HUMINT Ops Baghdad 1Z Addressee: ASADC V Corps Heidelberg Ge Document Number 352
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: None
Author: U.S. Army Document
Addressee: None
Subject: Al-Karkh Juvenile Prison-Prison Medical Clinic Operations

Pages: 1

Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response

Document Number 353
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: None
Author: U.S. Army Document
Addressee: None
Subject: 744th Military Police Battalion Prison Facilities SOP (U)
Pages: 13
Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response

Document Number 354

Document Type: Memorandum

Classification: Unclassified

Date of Document: None

Author: U.S. Army Document

Addressee: None
Subject: SOP-Escorting Prisoners On a Military Aircraft (U)

Pages: 1

Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response

Document Number 355

Document Type: Memorandum

Classification: Secret

Date of Document: None

Author: DIA document

Addressee: None

Subject: Talking Point

Pages: 4

Exemption: Contains multiple agency equities. Referred for review to U.S. Central

Command, U.S. Southern Command, and Joint Chiefs of Staff

Document Number 348
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: None
Author: U.S. Army
Addressee: None
Subject: Protocol for Mass Casualty Incident (U)
Pages: 2
Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 349 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Addressee: None Subject: Minor Disorder (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 350 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Addressee: None Subject: Recreation Standard Operating Procedure (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 351 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Document Addressee: None Subject: Arrival and Head Count of New Detainees (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response Document Number 344
Document Type: Information Paper Draft
Classification: Secret
Author: None
Addressee: Major General Ronald L. Burgess, Jr. Director for Intelligence, J2
Subject: Response to Senator Leahy Queries
Pages: 2
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 345 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 12 February 2004 Author: Headquarters, 310 th Military Police Battalion, Camp Bucca, Iraq Addressee: Commander, 310 MP Bn Camp Bucca, Iraq Subject: Reported Detainee Abuse On 5 February 2004 From The ICRC Pages: 4 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 346 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Addressee: None Subject: Al-Karhk Juvenile Prison Medical Emergency Response SOP (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 347 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Addressee: None Subject: Lone Disorder (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response Document Number 340
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: None
Author: U.S. Army Document
Addressee: None Subject: SOP for Food Vendors (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 341 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Document Addressee: None Subject: Draft SOP for Vigilant Hard Site Weekly Visitation (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 342 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: None Addressee: U.S. Army Document Subject: Protocol for Infectious Diseases (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 343 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 26 Aug 02 Author: U.S. Central Command Document JTF-170 Addressee: None Subject: Narrative Interrogation Policy (S) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Central Command for direct response Document Number 336
Document Type: Memo
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Document Addressee: None Subject: Escorting Prisoners to Court (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 337 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Document Addressee: None Subject: Fire Evacuation Plan SOP (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 338 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Document Addressee: None Subject: Prison Medical Emergency Response SOP (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 339 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Document Addressee: None Subject: Hard Site Detainee/Inmate General Rules (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 332 Document Type: Memo Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Document Addressee: None Subject: Conduct a Cell Search/Shakedown (U) Pages: 21 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 333 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 21 January 2004 Author: None Addressee: 800 th Military Police Brigade Subject: Standard Operation Procedures for Transporting Detainees (U) Pages: 9 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 334 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S Army Document Addressee: None Subject: Dining Facility SOP (U) Pages: 4 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 335 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Document Addressee: None Subject: Escape (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Subject: Annex K (Staff Judge Advocate) to 800 th Military Police Brigade (U)
Pages: 5
Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response

Document Number 328

Document Type: Memorandum

Classification: Unclassified

Date of Document: None

Author: U.S. Army Document

Addressee: None
Subject: Family Visitation Day (U)
Pages: 3
Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response

Document Number 329

Document Type: Memorandum

Classification: Unclassified

Date of Document: None

Author: U.S. Army Document

Addressee: None
Subject: Supply and Property (U)

Pages: 2

Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response

Document Number 330

Document Type: Memorandum

Classification: Unclassified

Date of Document: None

Author: U.S. Army Document

Addressee: None
Subject: Processing Line (U)

Pages: 2

Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response

Document Number 331

Document Type: Paper (Standard Operating Procedure)

Classification: Unclassified

Date of Document: None

Author: U.S. Army Document

Addressee: None

Subject: Cellblock Extraction (U)

Pages: 2

Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 324 Document Type: Information Paper Classification: Top Secret Date of Document: 25 Jun 04 Author: Prepared By DIA/J2 JITF-CT, Approved By Ronald L. Burgess, Jr. Major General, USA, Director for Intelligence, J2 Addressee: None Subject: (U) Recidivist Detainees Pages: 4 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 325
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Top Secret Codeword
Date of Document: None
Author: None
Addressee: Defense Intelligence Agency Subject: None Pages: 756 Exemption: Still Under Review. Multiple Reviews and Consultations With Other
Agencies Required
Document Number 326
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: None
Author: U.S. Army Document
Addressee: None
Subject: Bomb Threat
Pages: 2
Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response
Document Number 327
Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: None
Author: None
Addressee: DIA Document Number 320
Document Type: Information Paper
Classification: Top Secret
Date of Document: 15 Apr 04
Author: Prepared By DIA/J2 JITF-CT, Approved By Ronald L. Burgess, Jr. Major
General, USA, Director for Intelligence, J2
Addressee: None
Subject: Classified Information Paper
Pages: 4
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies
Document Number 321 Document Type: Desk note Classification: Secret//Nofom Date of Document: 3 June 04 Author: Prepared By DIA/J2 JITF-CT Addressee: None Subject: Classified desk note Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 322 Document Type: Information Paper Classification: Top Secret Date of Document: 2 Jun 04 Author: Prepared By DIA/J2 JITF-CT, Approved By Ronald L. Burgess, Jr. Major General, USA, Director for Intelligence, J2 Addressee: None Subject: (U) Worldwide: Value of Interrogations of Detainees Pages: 6 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 323 Document Type: Information Paper Classification: Secret Date of Document: 2 Jun 04 Author: Prepared By DIA/J2 JITF-CT, Approved By Ronald L. Burgess, Jr. Major General, USA, Director for Intelligence, J2 Addressee: None Subject: (U) Worldwide: Value of Interrogations of Detainees Pages: 4 Document Number 316
Document Type: Desk note
Classification: Secret//Noforn
Date of Document: 9 Feb 04
Author: DIA, J2/JITF-CT Addressee: None Subject: Classified desk note Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 317 Document Type: Desknote Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 17 Feb 04 Author: Prepared By DIA/J2 JITF-CT Addressee: None Subject: Classified desk note Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 318 Document Type: Desk note Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 29 Mar 04 Author: Prepared By DIA/J2 JITF-CT Addressee: None Subject: Classified desk note Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 319 Document Type: Desk note Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 15 Apr 04 Author: Prepared By DIA/J2 JITF-CT Addressee: None Subject: Classified desk note Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review Document Number 312
Document Type: Desk note
Classification: ConfidentialfiNoforn
Date of Document: No Date
Author: Glenn D. Shaffer, Major General, The Joint Staff, Director for Intelligence (J-2)
Addressee: Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff Subject: (U) Terrorism: JITF-CT Forward Presence
Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 313
Document Type: Memo
Classification: Secret//Noforn
Date of Document: June 25, 2003
Author: L.E. Jacoby, Vice Admiral, USN, Director, Defense Intelligence Agency
Addressee: Undersecretary of Defense/Intelligence
Subject: Classified Correspondence
Pages: 2
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 314
Document Type: Desk note
Classification: Secret//Noforn
Date of Document: June 25, 2003
Author: Ronald L. Burgess, Jr., Major General, USA, Director for Intelligence, J2
Addressee: Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
Subject: Classified desk note
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 315 Document Type: Desk note Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: June 25, 2003 Author: Ronald L. Burgess, Jr., Major General, USA, Director for Intelligence, J2 Addressee: Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff Subject: Classified desk note Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review Document Number 308
Document Type: Sworn Statement
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 2 Apr 2004
Author: Addressee:
Subject: Classified sworn statement
Pages: 7
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies
Document Number 309 Document Type: Written Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 2 Apr 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified statement Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 310 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 3 Apr 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 311 Document Type: Desk note Classification: Top Secret Date of Document: No Date Author: Glenn D. Shaffer, Major General, The Joint Staff, Director for Intelligence (J-2) Addressee: Deputy Secretary of Defense Subject: Classified desk note Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review Author: None
Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 8
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies
Document Number 305 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 1 Apr 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 9 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 306
Document Type: Sworn Statement
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 2 Apr 2004
Author: None
Addressee: None
Subject: Classified sworn statement
Pages: 6
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies
Document Number 307 Document Type: Certificate Classification: Secret Date of Document: 2 April 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified waiver certificate Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies Subject: Classified sworn statement
Pages: 10 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 301
Document Type: Certificate
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 1 Aug 2004
Author: None
Addressee: None Subject: Classified waiver certificate
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies
Document Number 302 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 1 Apr 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 6 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 303 Document Type: Certificate Classification: Secret Date of Document: 1 Apr 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified waiver certificate Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 304
Document Type: Sworn Statement
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 1 Apr 2004 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 297
Document Type: Certificate
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 31 Mar 2004
Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified waiver certificate
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 298 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 31 Mar 2003 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 11 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 299 Document Type: Certificate Classification: Secret Date of Document: 31 Mar 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified waiver certificate Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 300
Document Type: Sworn Statement
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 31 Mar 2004
Author: None
Addressee: None Document Number 293
Document Type: Certificate
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 31 March 2004
Author: Addressee:
Subject: Classified waiver certificate

Pages: 1

Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies

Document Number 294
Document Type: Sworn Statement
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 31 March 2004
Author: None
Addressee: None
Subject: Classified sworn statement
Pages: 9
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies

Document Number 295
Document Type: Certificate
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 31 Mar 2004
Author: None
Addressee: None
Subject: Classified waiver certificate
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies

Document Number 296
Document Type: Sworn Statement
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 31 Mar 2004
Author: None
Addressee: None
Subject: Classified sworn statement
Pages: 10

Document Number 289 Document Type: Certificate Classification: Secret Date of Document: 30 March 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified waiver certificate Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 290 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 30 March 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 11 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 291 Document Type: Certificate Classification: Secret Date of Document: 31 March 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified waiver certificate Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 292
Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 31 March 2004
Author: None
Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement
Pages: 7
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 286 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 29 March 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 8 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 287 Document Type: Certificate Classification: Secret Date of Document: 30 March 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified waiver certificate Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 288 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 30 March 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 11 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 282
Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 26 March 2004 Author: 519 th MI Battalion Addressee: CJTF Subject: Classified memorandum Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 283 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 28 March 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 6 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 284 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 28 March 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 8 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 285 Document Type: Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 28 March 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Document Number 278
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 28 March 2004 Author: CJTF Chief of Staff Addressee: CJTF-180 Subject: Classified memorandum Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 279 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 28 March 2004 Author: Sergeant in Army Addressee: CJTF Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 14 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 280 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 28 March 2004 Author: CJTF Interrogator Addressee: CJTF Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 10 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 281 Document Type: Sworn Statement Classification: Secret Date of Document: 29 March 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified sworn statement Pages: 7 Document Number 274
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 12 June 2004
Author: Eric T. Olson, Major General, US Army
Addressee: Commander, Military District of Washington Subject: Classified Memorandum Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies
Document Number 275 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 10 June 2004 Author: CJTF-76 Addressee: Staff Judge Advocate Subject: Classified Memorandum Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 276 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 9 June 2004 Author: Army member Addressee: Commander, CJTF Subject: Classified memorandum Pages: 16 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 277 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 11 April 2004 Author: Staff Judge Advocate Addressee: Commander, CJTF Subject: Classified memorandum Pages: 30 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies Document Number 270 Document Type: Information Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 16 June 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Information Report Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 271 Document Type: Information Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 18 June 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Information Report Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 272 Document Type: Information Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 23 June 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Information Report Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 273 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 9 July 2004 Author: M.E. Ennis, Brigadier General, U.S. Marine Corps Addressee: Commander, US Army Military District of Washington Subject: Classified Correspondence Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 266
Document Type: Report
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: 19 May 2004
Author: DIA, Inspector General Office
Addressee: None
Subject: Knowledge of Incidents Relating to Iraqi Prison Situation (U)
Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 267 Document Type: Report Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 24 May 2004 Author: DIA, Inspector General Office Addressee: None Subject: Knowledge Relating to Iraq Prison Situation (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 268 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 10 June 2004 Author: DIA, DH Addressee: DIA DH Subject: Memo for Record — Report of Violations of the Geneva Conventions and The International Laws of Land Warfare (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 269
Document Type: Report
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: 15 June 2004
Author: DIA, Inspector General Office
Addressee: None
Subject: Iraq Prison (U)
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review Document Number 262
Document Type: Report
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: 5 May 2004
Author: DIA, Inspector General
Addressee: None Subject: Concerns Relating to Iraq Prison Situation (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 263 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 10 May 2004 Author: DIA, DH Addressee: Multiple email recipients Subject: Classified email Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 264 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 14 May 2004 Author: DIA, Inspector General Office Addressee: Multiple DIA recipients Subject: Classified email Pages: 4 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 265 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 12 October 2003 Author: Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez Addressee: CJTF Subject: Classified memorandum Pages: 6 Exemption: Undergoing classification review Document Number 258
Document Type: Email
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 19 May 2004
Author: DIA, General Counsel
Addressee: DIA
Subject: Classified email
Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 259 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 10 April 2004 Author: Deputy Staff Judge Advocate, Combined Joint Task Force-180 Addressee: Commander, Combined Joint Task Force-180 Subject: Classified memorandum Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 260 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 4 March 2004 Author: U.S. Army Investigating Officer Addressee: Commanding General, Combined Joint Task Force-180 Subject: Classified memorandum Pages: 14 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 261 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 27 April 2004 Author: Eric Olson, Major General, US Army Addressee: US Army Defense Support Liaison Subject: General Officer Memorandum of Reprimand Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review Document Number 254
Document Type: Email
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: 30 June 2003
Author: DIA, DH
Addressee: Various email recipients Subject: EPW's (U)
Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 255 Document Type: Prisoner ID card Classification: FOUO Date of Document: None Author: None Addressee: None Subject: DP-Detained Personnel of Momen Uadam Hussein Pages: 9 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 256 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: FOUO Date of Document: 14 August 2003 Author: DIA, Inspector General Addressee: Inspector General and Inspector General Staff Subject: Trip Report, Iraqi IG Assessment (U) Pages: 9 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 257 Document Type: Letter Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 2 April 2004 Author: Staff Judge Advocate, III Corps Addressee: DIA, DH Subject: Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review Document Number 250
Document Type: Index
Classification: Secret/Noforn Date of Document: 19 March 2004 Author: DIA, Inspector General Addressee: None Subject: Index of Prisoners of War/Detainee Related Documents (18 Items Attached)
Pages: 2
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 251 Document Type: Email Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 17 June 2003 Author: DIA, DH Addressee: Various Email Recipients Subject: MGD Question—Status of Detainees Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review.
Document Number 252 Document Type: Email Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 19 June 2003 Author: DIA, DH Addressee: K. Dayton, Central Command Subject: JIDC (U) email Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 253 Document Type: Email Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 19 June 2003 Author: Addressee: Major General, K. Dayton Subject: MGD Questions (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review Document Number 246 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 29 March 2004 Author: DIA, DH Addressee: DIA, DH Subject: Classified email Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 247 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 9 February 2004 Author: DIA, DH Addressee: DIA, DH Subject: Classified email Pages: 6 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 248 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 15 October 2003 Author: DIA, DH Addressee: DIA, DH Subject: Classified email Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 249
Document Type: Email
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: 26 March 2004
Author: Iraqi Survey Group
Addressee: DIA, DH
Subject: Central Command Detainee Database Solution (U)
Pages: 8
Exemption: Undergoing classification review.
Subject: Classified emails
Pages: 5
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies
Document Number 243
Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 10 May 2004
Author: DIA, DH
Addressee: DIA, DH Subject: Classified emails Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 244
Document Type: Email
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 29 April 2004
Author: DIA, DH
Addressee: Iraqi Survey Group
Subject: Classified email
Pages: 4
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies
Document Number 245 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 28 April 2004 Author: DIA, DH Addressee: DIA, DH Subject: Classified emails Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Pages: 5
Exemption: Undergoing classification review.

Document Number 239
Document Type: email
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 24 May 2004
Author: DIA, DH
Addressee: U.S. Central Command
Subject: Classified email
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies

Document Number 240
Document Type: Message
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 231927z May 04
Author: CJTF-7
Addressee:
Subject: 1W 6 067 2804 04 — Classified Intelligence Information Report
Pages: 4
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies

Document Number 241
Document Type: email
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 19 May 2004
Author: DIA, DH
Addressee: DIA employee
Subject: Classified emails
Pages: 3
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies

Document Number 242
Document Type: Email
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 11 May 2004
Author: DIA, DH
Addressee: DIA, DH

Document Number 235
Document Type: Standard Operating Procedure Paper
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: 8 May 2004
Author: None
Addressee: DIA

Subject: Update to Standard Operating Procedure for Nomination for Release, Parole,

Transfer, or Immunity of Detainees (U)
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review.

Document Number 236

Document Type: Standard Operating Procedures Paper

Classification: Secret

Date of Document: 3 October 2003

Author: None

Addressee: From Chief of the Joint Interrogation and Debriefing Center

Subject: Classified Standard Operating Procedure Report

Pages: 7

Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other

government agencies

Document Number 237
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Confidential
Date of Document: 5 May 2004
Author: None
Addressee: From Major General Dayton to Chief, Joint Interrogation and Debriefing
Center
Subject: JIDC Operational Review (U)
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies

Document Number 238
Document Type: Standard Operating Procedure Paper
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 13 October 2003
Author: None
Addressee: Chief of Staff, Iraqi Survey Group
Subject: Classified Standard Operating Procedure Paper

Document Number 231
Document Type: Briefing Paper
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: Not Dated Author: None Addressee: Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Staff Subject: Classified Briefing Paper Pages: 14
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other
government agencies
Document Number 232 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 12 October 2003 Author: Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez Addressee: Combined Joint Task Force, Iraq Subject: Classified Memo Pages: 5 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 233 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Confidential Date of Document: 9 May 2004 Author: JIDC, ISG Addressee: Major General Dayton Subject: Classified Memo Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies
Document Number 234 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 2 May 2004 Author: DIA Addressee: Dr, DIA Subject: Interrogations at the Abu Ghurayb Prison (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies Document Number 227
Document Type: E-Mail
Classification: Secreti/Noforn
Date of Document: 3 July 2004 Author: DIA
Addressee:
Subject: Classified Email
Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 228
Document Type: E-Mail
Classification: Secreti/Noforn
Date of Document: 13 Feb 2004
Author: DIA
Addressee: DIA
Subject: Classified Email
Pages: 3
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 229 Document Type: Index Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: None Author: None Addressee: None Subject: List of Interrogations, Debriefing and Detainee Documents (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 230 Document Type: Chart Classification: Secret Date of Document: 1 July 2003 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Chart Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review. Requires coordination with other government agencies Document Number 223
Document Type: Report
Classification: Secreti/Noforn
Date of Document: 16 Mar 2004
Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Report Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 224 Document Type: Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 16 Mar 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Report Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 225
Document Type: Report
Classification: Secreti/Noforn
Date of Document: 16 Mar 2004
Author: None
Addressee: None
Subject: Classified Report
Pages: 2
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 226 Document Type: E-Mail Classification: SecretfiNofom Date of Document: 19 Aug 2003 Author: DIA Addressee: DIA Subject: Classified Email Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 219 Document Type: Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 16 Mar 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Report Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 220 Document Type: Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 16 Mar 04 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Report Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 221 Document Type: Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 16 Mar 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Report Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 222 Document Type: Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 16 Mar 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Report Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review Addressee: None
Subject: Classified Paper
Pages: 12
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 215 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret Date of Document: 16 Nov 2003 Author: DIA Addressee: Subject: Classified Memo Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 216 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret Date of Document: 4 Aug 2003 Author: Director, DIA Addressee: Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence Subject: Classified Memo Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 217 Document Type: Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 19 Oct 2003 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Report Pages: 4 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 218 Document Type: Interrogation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 16 Mar 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Report Date of Document: 04215z Sep 03
Author: DIA/DHO
Addressee: DIA/DHO Subject: Classified Message Pages: 5 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 211 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 070143z Nov 03 Author: DIA/DHO Addressee: DIA/DHO Subject: Classified Message Pages: 8 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 212 Document Type: Message Classification: Secretl/Noforn Date of Document: 121745z Jul 04 Author: DIA/DHO Addressee: DIA/DHO Subject: Classified Message Pages: 4 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 213 Document Type: Index Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 20 July 2004 Author: DIA Addressee: Subject: Classified index Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 214 Document Type: Paper Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 20 May 2002 Author: None Document Type: Message
Classification: Secret//Noforn
Date of Document: 132103z May 2003
Author: DIA/DHO
Addressee: DIA/DHO Subject: Classified Message
Pages: 6 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 207 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret Date of Document: 132103z May 2003 Author: DIA/DHO Addressee: DIA/DHO Subject: Classified Message Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 208 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 121952z Jun 03 Author: DIA/DHO Addressee: DIA/DHO Subject: Classified Message Pages: 4 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 209 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: None Author: DIA Office Addressee: Subject: Classified Memo Pages: 7 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 210 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret//Noforn Document Number 202
Document Type: Index
Classification: Secret/Noforn
Date of Document: None
Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 203 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 20 July 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified List of Messages Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 204 Document Type: Message Classification: SecretfiNoforn Date of Document: 292046z Oct 2002 Author: DA Addressee: Subject: Classified Message Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 205 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 152257z Nov 2002 Author: DIA/DH Addressee: Subject: Classified Message Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 206 Author: US Joint Forces Command Addressee: None Subject: Classified Paper Pages: 6 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 200 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 16 Sept 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel.
Document Number 201 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 25 Nov 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: Staff Judge Advocate, Joint Forces Command Subject: Status of Norfolk Detainee (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel.
Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel.
Document Number 197 Document Type: After Action Report Classification: Secret//Noforn//Orcon Date of Document: None Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified After Action Report Pages: 4 Document is Denied in full. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals.
Document Number 198 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret//Nofom Date of Document: 4 Sept 2003 Author: James N. Soligan, Major General, USAF, Chief of Staff Addressee: Director, Joint Staff Subject: Classified Memo Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 199 Document Type: Classification: Secret//Nofom Date of Document: None Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 194 Document Type: Index Classification: SecretfiNoforn Date of Document: 15 Jul 04 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Index Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 195 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 14 May 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Email Pages: 11 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 196 Document Type: Paper Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: None Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Paper Pages: 2 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information.
Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 192 Document Type: After Action Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 17 May 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified After Action Report Pages: 2 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 193 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 2 Jul 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information.
Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 190 Document Type: After Action Report Classification: SecretfiNoforn Date of Document: 15 Mar 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified After Action Report Pages: 3 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). Is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 191 Document Type: After Action Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 14 April 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified After Action Report Pages: 2 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals.
Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 188 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secreti/Noforn Date of Document: 19 Jan 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 189 Document Type: Report Classification: SecretfiNoforn Date of Document: 29 Feb 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals.
Document Number 186 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secreti/Noforn Date of Document: 12 Jan 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 187 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 16 Jan 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel.

Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 20 Dec 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 185 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 21 Dec 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Date of Document: 18 Dec 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 183 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 19 Dec 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 4 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 184 Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 181 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 10 Dec 2003 Author: None Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 182 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Pages: 3 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 179 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret/iNoforn Date of Document: 22 Oct 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 4 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 180 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 8 Dec 2003 Author: None Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 177 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 15 Sept 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 178 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secretl/Noforn Date of Document: 21 Oct 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: None Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 175 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 14 July 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: Director DIA Subject: Classified Memo Pages: 7 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 176 Document Type: Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 14 Sept 2003 Author: None Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Report Pages: 3 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information.
Document Number 172 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret/No Forn Date of Document: 20 Jan 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Memo Pages: 1 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of a foreign national.
Document Number 173 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret/Noforn Date of Document: 29 June 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA GC Subject: Classified Memo Pages: 2 Document withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel.
Document Number 174 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret/Noforn Date of Document: 14 June 2004 Author: None Addressee: DR, DIA Subject: Classified Memo Document Number 170 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 2 Sept 2003 Author: None Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Guantanamo, Cuba 26-28 Aug 2003 After Action Report (Aar) (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 171 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 6 Feb 2004 Author: None Addressee: Deputy Secretary of Defense Subject: Classified Memo Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 168 Document Type: Index Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 15 July 2004 Author: None Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Document Index: Intelligence Interrogation of Enemy Combatant Detainee Ali Saleh Al-Marri (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 169 Document Type: Memo Classification: SecretilNoforn Date of Document: None Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Memo Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 166 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 05 February 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.)
Document Number 167 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: SecretfiNoforn Date of Document: 02 March 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals.
Document Number 164 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 01 January 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 165 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 01 February 2004 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel.
Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 163 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 24 December 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 161 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 27 October 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 162 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 15 December 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 159 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 09 August 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 4 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 160 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: SecretllNoforn Date of Document: 21 September 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information.
Document Number 157 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 28 June 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 158 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Noforn Date of Document: 07 August 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals.
Classification: Secret Date of Document: 05 June 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 7 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 156 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 26 June 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 5 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 154 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 01 June 2003 Author DIA Office: Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 155 Document Type: Situation Report
Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 152 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret//Orcon/Noforn Date of Document: 12 May 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 153 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 14 May 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 150 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: SecretllOrcon/Noforn Date of Document: 07 April 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 151 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 08 May 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 4 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information.
Document Number 148 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 05 April 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 149 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 06 April 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals.
Classification: Secret Date of Document: 11 March 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 147 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 04 April 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 145 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 29 January 2003 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 146 Document Type: Situation Report Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 143 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 05 December 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 144 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 07 December 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 141 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 19-21 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 142 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 04 December 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information.
Document Number 139 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 16 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 140 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 18 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals.
Classification: Secret Date of Document: 14 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 138 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 15 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Subject: Classified Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 136 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 13 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 137 Document Type: Situation Report Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 134 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 08 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 135 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 12 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office From Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 132 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 06 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 133 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 07 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information.
Document Number 130 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 04 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 131 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 05 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. -Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals.
Classification: Secret Date of Document: 01 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 129 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 02 November 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Situation Report Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Subject: Classified SITREP (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 127 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 31 October 2002 Author: DIA Office Addressee: DIA Office Subject: Classified Report Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 128 Document Type: Situation Report
Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 125 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 24 October 2002 Author: DET 406 Fwd Element-Charleston (Fe-Chas Addressee: Subject: Classified SITREP (U) Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 126 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 29 October 2002 Author: DET 406 Fwd Element-Charleston (Fe-Chas) Addressee:
Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA
employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel.
Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would
constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government
personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.

Document Number 123
Document Type: Situation Report
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 22 October 2002
Author: DET 406 Fwd Element-Charleston (Fe-Chas)
Addressee:
Subject: Classified SITREP (U)
Pages: 2
Document denied in full.
Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information.
Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released,
would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence
information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is
to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as
amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of
individuals.
Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to
protect the identity of interrogated individuals.
Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA
employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel.
Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would
constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government
personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.

Document Number 124
Document Type: Situation Report
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 23 October 2002
Author: DET 406 Fwd Element-Charleston (Fe-Chas)
Addressee:
Subject: Classified SITREP (U)
Pages: 2
Document denied in full.
Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information.

Document Number 121 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 19 October 2002 Author: DET 406 Fwd Element-Charleston (Fe-Chas) Addressee: Subject: Classified SITREP (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 122 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 21 October 2002 Author: DET 406 Fwd Element-Charleston (Fe-Chas) Addressee: Subject: Classified SITREP (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals.
Classification: Secret Date of Document: 16 October 2002 Author: DET 406 Fwd Element-Charleston (Fe-Chas) Addressee: Subject: Classified SITREP (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 120 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 18 October 2002 Author: DET 406 Fwd Element-Charleston (Fe-Chas) Addressee: Subject: Classified SITREP (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Subject: Classified SITREP (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 118 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 15 October 2002 Author: DET 406 Fwd Element-Charleston (Fe-Chas) Addressee: Subject: Classified SITREP (U) Pages: 3 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 119 Document Type: Situation Report
Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 116 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 10 October 2002 Author: None Addressee: Subject: Classified SITREP (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 117 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 14 October 2002 Author: DET 406 Fwd Element-Charleston (Fe-Chas) Addressee: Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 114 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: N/a Author: None Addressee: Subject: Index of Interrogation Activity-Enemy Combatant Detainee Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 115 Document Type: Situation Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 03 October 2002 Author: None Addressee: Subject: Classified SITREP (U) Pages: 4 Document denied in full. Document is withheld in its entirety. It contains non-segregable protected information.
information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of an individual. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 112 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret Date of Document: 19 March 2003 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of an individual. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). is asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 113 Document Type: Report Classification: Secret Date of Document: 20 Jan 2004 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full.
Document Number 109 Document Type: E-Mail Classification: Secret//Nofom Date of Document: 15 July 2004 Author: DH Addressee: Subject: Classified email (U) Pages: 6 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 110 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret Date of Document: None Author: DH Addressee: Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document reports the results of interrogations of an individual. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees, as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 111 Document Type: Memo Classification: SecretllOrcon//NoForn Date of Document: 13 Jan 2003 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 2 Document is denied in full Exemption: 552 (b)(1) The data is classified because information was obtained through classified sources and methods and from a foreign government entity. Disclosure of the withheld portions of the document could reasonably be expected to reveal those sources and methods used as well as curtail the intelligence information collection mission its effectiveness. The document reports the results of interrogations of individuals. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 106
Document Type: E-Mail
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 10 June 2004
Author: DH
Addressee:
Subject: Classified email (U)
Pages: 2
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 107 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret Date of Document: 21 Nov 2003 Author: Foreign Government Addressee: Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 4 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 108
Document Type: Index
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 15 Jul 2004
Author: None
Addressee: OB NCR
Subject: Classified Index (U)
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review Author: DH Addressee: Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 1 Document is Denied in full Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The release of this document would reveal vulnerabilities in intelligence collection which enemies could use to their advantage. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 104 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 6 Oct 2004 Author: DH Addressee: Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 4 Document is Denied in full Exemption: 552 (b)(1) The data is classified because information was obtained through classified sources and methods and from a foreign government entity. Disclosure of the those withheld portions of the document could reasonably be expected to reveal those sources and methods used as well as curtail the intelligence information collection mission its effectiveness. The document discusses sensitive classified personnel qualifications for use in intelligence activities. Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 105 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 10 June 2004 Author: DH Addressee: Document Type: Fact Sheet Classification: Secret Date of Document: 11 Sept 2003 Author: ED-SP Addressee: Director, DIA Subject: Polygraphers as Debriefers (U) Pages: 2 Document denied in full. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c). Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel. Exemption: 552 (b)(6). The document contains information which if released would constitute and unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of U.S. government personnel, civilian contractors, or foreign nationals.
Document Number 101 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 9 Dec 2003 Author: National Media Exploitation Center Addressee: Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 102 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 29 June 2004 Author: CH Series of Emails Addressee: Subject: Classified Emails (U) Pages: 11 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 103 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 19 July 2004 Pages: 17 Document is denied in full Exemption: 552 (b)(1) The data is classified because information was obtained through classified sources and methods and from a foreign government entity. Disclosure of the withheld portions of the document could reasonably be expected to reveal those sources and methods used as well as curtail the intelligence information collection mission its effectiveness. The release of this document would compromise the operational structure of an element used to collect intelligence. The information would also reveal the methods used to collect information at that element.
Document Number 97
Document Type: Directive
Classification: Top Secret
Date of Document: 20 Feb 2003
Author: Joint Secretariat
Addressee: J-2, Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff/LC
Subject: Classified Directive (U)
Pages: 2
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 98 Document Type: Letter Classification: Top Secret Date of Document: 19 Feb 2003 Author: Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Addressee Director of Joint Chiefs of Staff, Under Secretary of Defense (P&R), Director of DIA Subject: Classified Letter (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 99 Document Type: Course Classification: Secret Date of Document: 2004 Author: Phoenix Consulting Group, Inc. Addressee: Director of JCS, Under Secretary of Defense (P&R), DIA Subject: Classified Course (U) Pages: 427 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 100 Pages: 3 Exemption: Exemption: Exemption: Document denied in full. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Release would indicate personnel resources and the deployment locations which support intelligence activities in countering terrorism. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c).
Document Number 94 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: None Author: None Addressee: DH Subject: August to December 2003 Afghanistan Deployment (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 95 Document Type: Memo Classification: Secret Date of Document: None Author: None Addressee: DH Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 5 Document is denied in full Exemption: 552 (b)(1) The data is classified because information was obtained through classified sources and methods and from a foreign government entity. Disclosure of the withheld portions of the document could reasonably be expected to reveal those sources and methods used as well as curtail the intelligence information collection mission its effectiveness. The release of this document would compromise the operational structure of an activity used to collect intelligence. The information would also reveal the methods used to collect information at that element.
Document Number 96 Document Type: Slideshow Classification: Secret Date of Document: None Author: None Addressee: DH Subject: Classified Slideshow (U) Subject: Classified Report (U) Pages: 7 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 91 Document Type: Paper Classification: Secret Date of Document: 20 May 2002 Author: None Addressee: DH Subject: Classified Paper (U) Pages: 12 Exemption: Exemption: Document denied in full. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Release would indicate personnel resources and the deployment locations which support intelligence activities in countering terrorism. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c).
Document Number 92 Document Type: Paper Classification: Secret Date of Document: 5 June 2002 Author: None Addressee: DH Subject: Classified Paper (U) Pages: 6 Exemption: Exemption: Document denied in full. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Release would indicate personnel resources and the deployed locations which support intelligence activities in countering terrorism. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c).
Document Number 93 Document Type: Questionnaire Classification: Secret Date of Document: None Author: None Addressee: DH Subject: Afghanistan (U) locations and resources supporting intelligence activities in countering terrorist activities.
Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under
Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c).
Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA
employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel.
Document Number 87
Document Type: Message Classification: Secret Date of Document: 090107z Jan 04 Author: Commander Special Operations Command Central Command MacDill AFB Addressee: U.S. Central Command, MacDill AFB Subject: Classified Message (U) Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 88
Document Type: Email
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 12 July 2004
Author: HUMINT Transformation Team
Addressee: SR RDO/Acting CH
Subject: Classified Email (U)
Pages: 9
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 89
Document Type: Email
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 20 Sept 2002
Author:
Addressee:
Subject: Classified Email (U)
Pages: 21
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 90
Document Type: Report
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 14 May 2002
Author: None
Addressee: DHO
Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 84 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 6 May 2004 Author: HUMINT Transformation Team Addressee: Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 9 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 85 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 2 June 2004 Author: SR DO/ Addressee: DO Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 3 Exemption: Exemption: Document denied in full. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Release would indicate specific resources and locations supporting intelligence activities for countering terrorisism. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c). Exemption: 552 (b)(3). Title 10, Section 424 was used to withhold the names of DIA employees as the release of this information would identify specific DIA personnel.
Document Number 86 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 10 June 2004 Author SR RDO/Acting CH Addressee: Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Exemption: Document denied in full. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Release would indicate specific Subject: Classified Memorandum (U)
Pages: 2
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 80 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 4 November 2003 Author: DIA Addressee: Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 81 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 18 June 2003 Author: Keith W. Dayton, MG, U.S. Army, Director of Operations Addressee: DIA/Director Subject: Response to Deputy Secretary of Defense Tasker on Interrogation Teams
(U)
Pages: 6 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 82 Document Type: Email Classification: Confidential Date of Document: 2 September 2003 Author: DIA Addressee: DIA Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 83 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Top Secret Date of Document: 4 August 2003 Author: L. E. Jacoby, Vice Admiral, DIA/Director Addressee: Undersecretary of Defense for Intelligence Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Addressee: Director, Defense Intelligence Agency Subject: Afghanistan Intelligence Operations Assessment Project No. 04-2260-MA-056
(U) Pages: 21 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 76
Document Type: Email
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 5 June 2003
Author: Assistant Inspector General for Intelligence Oversight, DIA
Addressee: Directorate for Operations
Subject: Classified Email (U)
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 77
Document Type: Email
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 9 March 2004
Author: Deputy Staff Director for Policy and Oversight, DIA
Addressee: Chief Financial Executive
Subject: Classified Email (U)
Pages: 5
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 78 Document Type: Paper Classification: Secret Date of Document: 13 November 2002 Author: None Addressee: Subject: Draft Concept for Utilization of Cooperating Source (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 79
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 25 June 2004
Author: L.E. Jacoby, Vice Admiral, Director, Defense Intelligence Agency
Addressee: Under Secretary Of Defense For Intelligence Author: None
Addressee: None Subject: Interrogations (U)
Pages: 2 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 72
Document Type: Paper
Classification: None
Date of Document: None
Author: None
Addressee: None
Subject: Concept of Interrogation Operations (U)
Pages: 2
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 73 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 12 March 2003 Author: George W. Casey, Jr., Director, Joint Staff Addressee: Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict) Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 74
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 15 December 2003
Author: Acting Deputy Director for Human Intelligence Addressee: Defense Intelligence Agency Director Subject: Classified Memo (U)
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review
Document Number 75
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 27 April 2004
Author: Defense Intelligence Agency Inspector General Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 19 March 2004
Author: Inspector General
Addressee: DIA/ Director
Subject: DIA Support to JTF-GTMO Evaluation; Project Number 04-2277-HQ-008 (U)

Pages: 14
Exemption: Undergoing classification review

Document Number 68

Document Type: Email

Classification: Secret

Date of Document: 25 June 2004

Author: DIA DH

Addressee: DIA GC

Subject: Classified Email (U)

Pages: 2

Exemption: Undergoing classification review

Document Number 69
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 25 June 2004
Author: L.E. Jacoby, DIA/Director
Addressee: Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
Subject: Classified Memorandum (U)
Pages: 2
Exemption: Undergoing classification review

Document Number 70
Document Type: Memo
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 18 June 2003
Author: Keith W. Dayton, Major Gen, U.S. Army, Director for Operations
Addressee: Director DIA
Subject: Response to Deputy Secretary of Defense Tasker on Interrogation Teams (U)
Pages: 2
Exemption: Undergoing classification review

Document Number 71
Document Type: Questionnaire
Classification: None
Date of Document: None

Subject: JITF-CT Alphabetical Roster, (U) Pages: 8 Document is Denied in full Exemption: 552 (b)(2) Document is a compilation of names and contact information for of government personnel involved in intelligence activities 552 (b)(3) Identities of DIA personnel 552 (b)(6) Identities of other U.S. civilian government personnel, including Secret Service and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents.
Document Number 65 Document Type: Paper Classification: Secret Date of Document: 1 May 2003 Author: Office for Counterintelligence Defense Intelligence Agency Addressee: None Subject: Classified Paper (U) Pages: 3 Document is Denied in full Exemption: 552 (b)(1) The data is classified because information was obtained through classified sources and methods and from a foreign government entity. Disclosure of those withheld portions of the document could reasonably be expected to reveal those sources and methods used as well as curtail the intelligence information collection mission and its effectiveness. The release of this document would reveal the types of information sought for intelligence purposes. 552 (b)(2) Internal agency telephone numbers withheld pursuant to this exemption.
Document Number 66 Document Type: Power Point Presentation Classification: Secret Date of Document: Not Dated Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Presentation (U) Pages: 10 Document is Denied in Part Exemption: 552 (b)(1) The data is classified because information was obtained through classified sources and methods. Disclosure of the those withheld portions of the document could reasonably be expected to reveal those sources and methods used as well as curtail the intelligence information collection mission its effectiveness. The release of this document would reveal the types of sources sought for intelligence purposes.
Document Number 67 Document Type: Memorandum
Date of Document: Not Dated Author: Directorate for Operations, Defense Intelligence Agency Addressee: None Subject: DIA Policy for Interrogation Operations (U) Pages: 16 Exemption: Undergoing classification review.
Document Number 62 Document Type: Draft Paper Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 6 August 2004 Author: None Addressee: DIA Subject: JITF-CT Guidelines for Personnel Supporting Interrogation and Debriefing Activities (U) Pages: 3 Exemption: Document is Released in Full
Document Number 63 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: Not Dated Author: L.E. Jacoby, Director, DIA Addressee: Assistant Secretary of Defense, Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 2 Document is Denied in full. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The data is classified because information was obtained through classified sources and methods and from a foreign government entity. Disclosure of the withheld portions of the document could reasonably be expected to reveal those sources and methods used as well as curtail the intelligence information collection mission and its effectiveness. The release of this document would reveal the types of information sought for intelligence purposes. 552 (b)(2) Internal message handling indicators were withheld pursuant to this exemption as well as external routing locations and instructions.
Document Number 64 Document Type: Roster Classification: FOUO Date of Document: 10 January 2001 Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Classified Letter (U) 1 July 2004 Js Form 12 Classification Unclassified Author None, Addressee None Subject None Pages 1 Pages: 23 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 58 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 17 February 2004 Author: US Army, Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Arabian Peninsula, Baghdad, Iraq Addressee: All Service Members in CJSOTF-AP Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 10 Exemption: Referred to the U.S. Central Command for review and direct response — U.S. Central Command
Document Number 59
Document Type: Paper Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: Not Dated Author: None Addressee: None Subject: Concept of Interrogation Operations (U) Pages: 2 Exemptions: Undergoing classification review.
Document Number 60
Document Type: Briefing Paper
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: Not Dated Author: Directorate for Human Intelligence, Defense Intelligence Agency
Addressee: Senate Select Committee on Intelligence Staff Subject: Classified Briefing (U)
Pages: 13
Exemption: Undergoing classification review.
Document Number 61
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Secret Exemption: Referred to the U.S. Southern Command for review and direct response —
U.S. Southern Command Document
Document Number 54 Document Type: Paper Classification: Secret Date of Document: Not Dated Author: Joint Task Force Guantanamo Addressee: None Subject: Classified Paper (U) Pages: 3 Exemption: Referred to the U.S. Southern Command for review and direct response —
U.S. Southern Command Document
Document Number 55 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 5 March 2003 Author: Geoffrey Miller, Major General, Joint Task Force Guantanamo Addressee: Commander, U.S. Southern Command Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to the U.S. Southern Command for review and direct response —
U.S. Southern Command Document
Document Number 56 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 1 July 2004 Author: Frank Helmich, Brigadier General USA, Department of Defense Addressee: Mr. Haynes, General Counsel, Department of Defense Subject: Detainee Release (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 57
Document Type: Directive
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 1 July 2004
Author: Department of Defense General Counsel
Addressee: Department Secretary of Defense Author: Douglas Feith, Under Secretary of Defense, Policy Addressee: Secretary of Army, Asst Secretary of Defense for Int'l Affairs, Asst Secretary of Defense for Int'l Security Policy, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict, Director, Joint Staff, Dep GC (Int'l Affairs) Subject: Responsibility for Detainees in Association with the Global War on Terrorism
(U) Pages: 1
Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 51 Document Type: Directive Number 2310.1 Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 18 August 1994 Author: Department of Defense Addressee: None Subject: DoD Program for Enemy Prisoners of War (EPOW) and Other Detainees (Short Title: DoD Enemy POW Detainee Program) (U) Pages: 5 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 52 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 29 September 2003 Author: Army Personnel Addressee: DCS G-2 Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages 3 Exemption: Referred to the Department of the Army for review and direct response — Department of the Army Document
Document Number 53 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 12 June 2002 Author: U.S. Southern Command Addressee: Joe No Last Name Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 2 Document Number 47 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 5 February 2002 Author: Douglas Feith, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Addressee: Secretary of Defense Subject: Foreign Government Access to Detainees At Guantanamo (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 48 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: For Official Use Only Date of Document: Not Dated Author: Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense Addressee: Secretaries of Military Departments, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff, Under Secretaries of Defense, Asst Secretaries of Defense, GC of DoD, CENTCOM, U.S. Southern Command, Directors of Defense Agencies, Directors of DoD Field Activities Subject: Foreign Government Access to Detainees At U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay
(U) Pages: 5
Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 49 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 19 January 2002 Author: Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense Addressee: Secretaries of Military, Chairman JCS, Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), GC of DoD, Central Command, U.S. Southern Command, Directors of Defense Agencies, Directors of DoD Field Activities Subject: War Crimes and Related Investigations Within the U.S. Central Command Area of Operations (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 50 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 17 January 2002 Document Number 43
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Confidential
Date of Document: 7 February 2002
Author:
Addressee: Subject: Classified Memorandum (U)
Pages: 4
Exemption: Referred to the another government agency for review and direct response

Document Number 44

Document Type: Memorandum

Classification: Secret

Date of Document: 19 January 2002

Author: Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense

Addressee: Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

Subject: Classified Memorandum (U)

Pages: 1

Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response —

Department of Defense document

Document Number 45

Document Type: Memorandum

Classification: Unclassified

Date of Document: 25 January 2002

Author: Condoleezza Rice, National Security Advisor

Addressee: Vice President and Others

Subject: Memorandum on the Geneva Convention (U)

Pages: 4
Exemption: Referred to the National Security Council for review and direct response —

National Security Council Document

Document Number 46
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: For Official Use Only

Date of Document: 5 February 2002

Author: Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense

Addressee: Secretaries of the Military Departments and Others

Subject: Foreign Government Access to Detainees at U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay

Pages: 1

Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response —

Department of Defense document

Document Number 39 Document Type: Paper Classification: Secret Date of Document: 1 May 2004 Author: Director, Joint Staff, Department of Defense Addressee: None Subject: Joint Interrogation Operations, Annex to Joint Publication 2-01 Joint Intelligence Support to Military Operations (U) Pages: 117 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 40
Document Type: Information Memorandum
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 9 April 2004
Author: L.E. Jacoby, Director, DIA
Addressee: Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
Subject: DIA Policy for Interrogation Operations (U)
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review. (Duplicate to Attachment to 25c)
Document Number 41 Document Type: Tasking Form Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 2 July 2002 Author: Addressee: Subject: Guidance for Release or Transfer of Detainees (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Undergoing classification review.
Document Number 42
Document Type: Draft for Coordination Paper
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 3 July 2002
Author: None
Addressee:
Subject: Classified Paper (U)
Pages: 14
Exemption: Undergoing classification review.
Document Number 36 Document Type: Staff Summary Sheet Classification: Secret Date of Document: 19 March 2004 Author: DIA Addressee: Various DIA Offices Subject: DIA Policy for Interrogation Operations (U) Pages: 3 Exemption: Undergoing classification review.
Document Number 37 Document Type: Staff Summary Sheet with attachments Classification: Secret Date of Document: 31 October 2003/ 20 Dec 03 Author: Addressee: External Agencies Subject: DIA Policy for Interrogation Operations (U) Pages: 20 Exemption: Undergoing classification review, DoD Documents Attached 1 December 2003 Joint Secretariat Memo Subject: Interrogation Guidelines 1 Page 4 May 2004 Desk Note Classification Unclassified Author: Illegible Addressee: Director, Defense Intelligence Agency, Subject: None 9 April 2004 Info Memo Classification Secret Author Director, Defense Intelligence Agency Addressee Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Subject DIA Policy On Interrogation Operations (U) Pages 1 No Date Policy Memorandum Classification Secret Author None Addressee None Subject DIA Policy for Interrogation Operations Pages 16
Document Number 38 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 18 Nov (Year Not Legible) Author: Stephen Cambone, Under Secretary of Defense Addressee: GC, Department of Defense Subject: Interrogation Guidelines (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document Exemption: Referred to the U.S. Navy Defense for review and direct response — U.S. Navy document
Document Number 32 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 19 July 2004 Author: J2 Addressee: J2 Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 6 Exemption: Undergoing classification review.
Document Number 33 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 16 July 2004 Author: Addressee: Subject: Classified Email (U) Pages: 4 Exemption: Undergoing classification review.
Document Number 34 Document Type: Email Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 1 July 2004 Author:, DH Addressee: DH Subject: Tasking Pit-04-06220d, RFI Support of Detainee Task Force (U) Pages: 4 Exemption: Undergoing classification review.
Document Number 35
Document Type: Routing Slip Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: 19 Mar 2004
Author: DH
Addressee: None
Subject: Interrogation Policy (U)
Pages: 1
Exemption: Undergoing classification review.
Document Number 28 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 31 October 2002 Author: Major Gen Glen Shaffer, Joint Staff Addressee: Director, Defense Intelligence Agency DIA, Army, U.S. Southern Command Subject: Notes On 29 Oct 02 Meeting On Implementing the GTMO External Review (U) Pages: 5 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense, Joint Staff for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 29 Document Type: Message Date Time Group 202335z Aug 02 Classification: Secret Date of Document: 22 July 2002 Author: the Joint Staff, Addressee: None Subject: Classified Message (U) Pages: 14 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 30 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 16 August 2004 Author: LTG William Boykin, USA Addressee: Director, Defense Intelligence Agency Subject: DIA Policy for Interrogation Operations (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 31 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 16 July 2004 Author: A.T. Church, Naval Inspector General Addressee: Director, Defense Intelligence Agency Subject: Request for Information (U) Pages: 2
Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 25 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 11 December 2002 Author: William Haynes, GC, Department of Defense Addressee: Deputy Secretary of Defense Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 26 Document Type: Paper Classification: Secret Date of Document: 10 December 2002 Author: Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, Stability Operations Addressee: None Subject: Classified Paper (U) Pages: 15 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 27 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: Not Dated Author: Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (SO-LIC), Department of Defense Addressee: Under Secretary of Defense Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document Document Number 21
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 27 November 2002
Author: Wm. J. Haynes, GC, Department of Defense
Addressee: Secretary of Defense Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 1
Exemption: Referred to the U.S. Southern Command for review and direct response —
U.S. Southern Command Document
Document Number 22 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 11 October 2002 Author: Joint Task Force 170 Addressee: Commander, Joint Task Force 170 Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 3 Exemption: Referred to the U.S. Southern Command for review and direct response —
U.S. Southern Command Document
Document Number 23 Document Type: Executive Summary Classification: Secret Date of Document: 8 May 2003 Author: DAMI-CD Addressee: None Subject: Interrogation Techniques (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to the Department of the Army for review and direct response — Department of the Army Document
Document Number 24 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 21 April 2003 Author: Donald Rumsfeld Addressee: Chairman, JCS and Commander U.S. Central Command Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 1 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 2 June 2003 Author: General James T. Hill, U.S. Southern Command Addressee: Commander Joint Task Force Guantanamo Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to the U.S. Southern Command for review and direct response —
U.S. Southern Command Document
Document Number 18 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 2 June 2003 Author: General James T. Hall, U.S. Southern Command Addressee: Donald H. Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to the U.S. Southern Command for review and direct response —
U.S. Southern Command Document
Document Number 19 Document Type: Memorandum Classification: Secret Date of Document: 15 April 2003 Author: Donald Rumsfeld, Secretary of Defense Addressee: Commander, US Southern Command Subject: Classified Memorandum (U) Pages: 6 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 20
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 5 April 2003
Author: Gen Richard B. Myers, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
Addressee: Secretary of Defense
Subject: Classified Memorandum (U)
Pages: 1
Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response —
Department of Defense document Date of Document: 1 July 2003 Author: Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (SOLIC) Addressee: Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2 Subject: Interrogation Techniques Doctrine (U) Pages: 1 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 14
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 17 June 2003
Author: Robert W. Noonan, Lieutenant General, GS, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2
Addressee: Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense (SOLIC)
Subject: Interrogation Techniques Doctrine (U)
Pages: 1
Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response —
Department of Defense document
Document Number 15 Document Type: Email Classification: Secret Date of Document: 25 July 2003 Author: DCS, G-2, Department of the Army Addressee: Thomas Dillon, SEES Subject: Interrogation Techniques Document (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to the Department of the Army for review and direct response — Department of the Army Document
Document Number 16 Document Type: Paper Classification: Secret Date of Document: 26 June 2003 Author: Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Stability Operations Addressee: None Subject: Classified Paper (U) Pages: 13 Exemption: Referred to the Department of Defense for review and direct response — Department of Defense document
Document Number 17 Document Type: Message
Classification: Secret
Date of Document: 271140z Feb 03
Author:
Addressee:
Subject: Classified Message (U)
Pages: 4
Exemption: Referred to another government agency for review and direct response
Document Number 10 Document Type: Message Classification: Top Secret Date of Document: 012144z May 03 Author: Addressee: Subject: Classified Message (U) Pages: 3 Exemption: Referred to another government agency for review and direct response
Document Number 11 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret Date of Document: 181756z Nov 03 Author: Addressee: National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Subject: Classified Message (U) Pages: 21 Exemption: Referred to the another government agency for review and direct response
Document Number 12 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret • Date of Document: 272050z Dec 01 Author: US Southern Command Addressee: CJCS Washington DC Subject: Classified Message (U) Pages: 10 Exemption: Referred to the U.S. Southern Command for review and direct response —
U.S. Southern Command Document
Document Number 13
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Secret

Document Number 6 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret Date of Document: 040002z Apr 03 Author: CJCS Washington Addressee: Secretary of State Washington DC Subject: Classified Message (U) Pages: 10 Exemption: Referred to Department of Defense — Department of Defense document
Document Number 7 Document Type: Message Classification: Confidential Date of Document: 220912z Apr 03 Author: FOB Europe Addressee: DIA Washington DC Subject: IIR 7 110 7199 03/Dominant Warrior-IZ, Chemical Storage Site and Torture Techniques (U) Pages: 6 Document is Denied in full. Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (b), (c), and (d). The document contains information which could potentially reveal the identity of a human source. The document was also derived from foreign government information. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). Asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals.
Document Number 8 Document Type: Message Classification: Unclassified Date of Document: 051603z Aug 03 Author: Secretary of State Addressee: US Mission Geneva Subject: USG Response to Opinion No. 5/2003 of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (U) Pages: 10 Exemption: Referred to the Department of State for review and direct response — Department of State Document
Document Number 9
Subject: IIR 2 363 2275 04/Tiara—Members of An Alleged Iraqi Non-Government Organization Request to Visit to Abu Ghurayb Prison, Iraq, in Order to Substantiate Allegations of Detainee Abuse. (U) Pages: 6 Document Released in Part Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document contains information which could potentially reveal the identity of a human source. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). Asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals.
Document Number 4 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret Date of Document: 211302z Apr 04 Author: CJTF-7 HUMINT Ops Baghdad IZ Addressee: DIA Washington DC Subject: IIR 6 067 1279 04/Dominant Warrior-Muhammed Saddam, Corrupt Iraqi Police Officer Committing Abuse, Torture and Extortion On US Base in Baghdad. (U) Pages: 5 Document Released in Part Exemption: 552 (b)(1). The document contains information which, if publicly released, would reveal intelligence sources and methods and compromise the intelligence information collection mission effectiveness of the DIA. Accordingly, the information is to be accorded protection from mandatory release under Executive Order 12958, as amended, sections 1.4 (c) and (d). The document contains information which could potentially reveal the identity of a human source. Exemption: 552 (b)(2). Asserted to protect a unique identifying number assigned to protect the identity of interrogated individuals
Document Number 5 Document Type: Message Classification: Secret Date of Document: 231110z Apr 03 Author: Commander 66 th Military Intelligence Group Darmstadt Germany Addressee: Subject: IIR 2 216 9109 03/-Treatment of US Prisoners of War in Iraq (U) Pages: 7 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for review and direct response Document Number 356
Document Type: Memorandum
Classification: Unclassified
Date of Document: None Author: U.S. Army Document Addressee: None Subject: Tool Room (U) Pages: 2 Exemption: Referred to U.S. Army for direct response

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