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== Citation ==
 
== Citation ==
   
[[U.S. Army]], Intelligence ('''ADRP 2-0''') (Aug. 31, 2012).
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[[U.S. Army]], Intelligence ('''ADRP 2-0''') (Aug. 31, 2012) ([https://www.fas.org/irp/doddir/army/adrp2_0.pdf full-text]).
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== Overview ==
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[[File:ADRP_2-0.png|thumb]]
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This publication is the [[U.S. Army|Army]]'s reference publication for Army [[intelligence]]. It provides a common construct for [[intelligence]] doctrine from which [[U.S. Army|Army]] forces adapt to conduct operations. It discusses
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* [[Intelligence]] in unified land operations.
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* The purpose and role of [[intelligence]].
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* [[Intelligence]] [[core competencies]].
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* The [[intelligence warfighting function]].
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* The [[intelligence enterprise]].
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* The [[intelligence process]].
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* [[Intelligence]] capabilities.
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The principal audience for this publication are soldiers and those Army civilians who interact with the [[intelligence warfighting function]]. This publication is the foundation for the [[intelligence warfighting function]] and subsequent doctrine development. It also serves as a reference for personnel who are developing doctrine, leader development, materiel and force structure, and institutional and unit training for [[intelligence]].
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[[Category:Data]]

Latest revision as of 02:59, 21 February 2013

Citation[]

U.S. Army, Intelligence (ADRP 2-0) (Aug. 31, 2012) (full-text).

Overview[]

ADRP 2-0.png

This publication is the Army's reference publication for Army intelligence. It provides a common construct for intelligence doctrine from which Army forces adapt to conduct operations. It discusses

The principal audience for this publication are soldiers and those Army civilians who interact with the intelligence warfighting function. This publication is the foundation for the intelligence warfighting function and subsequent doctrine development. It also serves as a reference for personnel who are developing doctrine, leader development, materiel and force structure, and institutional and unit training for intelligence.