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Human Intelligence Collector Operations

Department of the Army Headquarters

Publisher: Madison & Adams Press

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This is an official work by the US Department of the Army Headquarters. It gives information on what Human Intelligence is and what role the department has in the US army. A reader learns the structure of Human Intelligence and gets an insight into their operations. Mainly, the book presents information about the planning and management of operations, their collection process, analytics, and tools.

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