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Intelligence support to humanitarian-disaster relief operations

G. Ted Constantine

Intelligence support to humanitarian-disaster relief operations

an intelligence monograph

by G. Ted Constantine

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Published by Central Intellegence Agency, Center for the Study of Intelligence in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Disaster relief.,
    • Humanitarian assistance, American.,
    • Military intelligence -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby G. Ted Constantine.
      ContributionsCenter for the Study of Intelligence (U.S.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHV553 .C69 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 27 p. :
      Number of Pages27
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL571524M
      LC Control Number96157705
      OCLC/WorldCa34036363

      In the following section, we will delve deeper into three topical areas: 1) Setting the Theater, 2) Operational Contract Support, and 3) Communication; then conclude with overall considerations for Joint Logistics Enterprise support to future humanitarian/disaster relief operations. LESSONS LEARNED. Setting the Theater. The principal audience for TC is intelligence staffs and Soldiers of units conducting intelligence support to operations in the urban environment. It can also be used by commanders, staffs, and intelligence personnel at all echelons. TC focuses on techniques used during offensive, defensive, and stability operations.

      The Yogyakarta relief operations case showed that the IFRC’s decentralized supply chain is effective with: • Faster service, fully operational in three days. • Better service to the disaster victims over a longer period of time. • Much cheaper than previous interventions. According to Gatignon, Van Wassenhove, and Charles, ,Author: Anna Nagurney.   operations, including in information and logistics support, and argues the PLA can use them as an opportunity to test its organizational and command capabilities and examine and enhance its combat readiness. 8. These themes are echoed by other authoritative textbooks published by the PLA on military operations other than war and joint operations. 9.

      The Office of the Judge Advocate General (JAG) is an element of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) that provides support to the JAG in the performance of his duties. The Office is embodied in the regular force of the CAF, and the JAG is designated as an officer having the power and jurisdiction of an officer commanding a command. NGA creates unclassified website to support Ebola relief efforts. Page Content. By Paul Frommelt, NGA Office of Corporate Communications. To help combat the spread of the Ebola virus disease, the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is providing unprecedented online access to its unclassified geospatial intelligence products to lead federal agencies and their partners through a public-facing .


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For over a decade, its “Books and Monographs” page listed its report “Intelligence Support to Humanitarian-Disaster Relief Operations.”. n the last few years, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR)1 capabilities have played an important role in humanitarian assistance and disaster relief.

Due to changes in law and policies that allow for more flexibility in the use of intelligence systems within the United States and the dissemina-tion of intelligence products at lower classificationFile Size: 1MB. Foreign Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief Operations Planning 5a.

CONTRACT NUMBER 5b. GRANT NUMBER 5c. PROGRAM ELEMENT NUMBER 6. AUTHOR(S) 5d. PROJECT NUMBER 5e. TASK NUMBER 5f. WORK UNIT NUMBER 7. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME(S) Intelligence support to humanitarian-disaster relief operations book ADDRESS(ES) Navy Warfare Development Command (NWDC),ATTN: N5, Cushing Road (Sims File Size: KB.

It is our privilege and opportunity to use AI to improve support for and protection of U.S. service members. By doing so, the JAIC helps safeguard American citizens, support our allies and partners, and improve the affordability and effectiveness of military operations.

Engineer Support Operations (1) FHA operations can be extremely engineer-intensive. In such cases, the JFC may opt to establish a subordinate JTF to control extensive engineer operations and missions.

Such a JTF may be formed around an existing engineer File Size: 2MB. battered and bruised exterior of current relief operations. Shrinking humanitarian space, the frustrations of inadequate protection, the rarity of social justice, the challenges of building local capacity and the need to move from first aid to recovery all amount to a call for action.

This book addresses theseFormat: Paperback. Disaster relief operations (JDP ) Provides guidance for planning and conducting military support to humanitarian relief efforts overseas. Published 21 December A concept of operations (CONOPS) is a high-level description of the actions to be taken in the pursuit of mission accomplishment, in this case the use of the NICS capability within a broad spectrum of emergency management operations.

This document describes the rationale for NICS, the principal components that make it function. Intelligence support to humanitarian-disaster relief operations: an intelligence monograph / ([Washington, D.C.]: Central Intellegence Agency, Center for the Study of Intelligence, []), by G.

Ted Constantine and Center for the Study of Intelligence (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust). Intelligence Support to Humanitarian-Disaster Relief Operations.

An Intelligence Monograph published by the Center for the Study of Intelligence, Central Intelligence Agency. The purpose of Joint Doctrine Publication (JDP)Disaster Relief Operations Overseas: the Military Contribution is to provide guidance for planning and conducting military support to humanitarian relief efforts in predominantly permissive environments overseas.1 Context 2.

Humanitarian crises and disasters (both natural and man-made File Size: 2MB. In the wake of the nuclear disaster in Japan, many urge for humanitarian relief to become a core task for modern armies. As calls for standardised military disaster relief grow louder, Elisabeth Fischer finds out what role the military can play in times of crisis.

Experts call for a standardised system for military disaster relief. Two disaster relief operations are considered in this study— operations following the earthquake in Haiti, and Operation Sea Angel following the cyclone in Bangladesh. It is noteworthy that of the six sectors to be analyzed, LNGO-military interaction during disaster relief operations has the smallest data pool from which to study.

Andrew C. Trapp, a professor at the Foisie Business School at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), received a $, National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to develop a computational tool to help humanitarian aid organizations significantly improve refugees’ chances of successfully resettling and integrating into a new country.

in humanitarian and peace operations. One of the key findings from the workshop was the recognition by both the NGOs and civilian and military officials that communication needs to be improved between the NGO and U.S.

Government communities, especially with the military. As follow-up. The provision of relief assistance and support to relief agencies by military contingents 6.

General points on the role of the military in the provision of relief assistance and support to relief operations 7. Service packages: a beneficial innovation.

Chapter 4. Assessment of Performance: Health, Water and Sanitation 1. Morbidity and. The author's key findings are: (1) "Both policymakers and operators expressed a need for significantly greater intelligence on humanitarian emergencies issues"; and (2) "The Intelligence Community's level of commitment to providing intelligence for disaster relief operations is uneven and, with few exceptions, not commensurate with expressed consumer needs.".Constantine, G.

Ted. Intelligence Support to Humanitarian-Disaster Relief Operations: An Intelligence Monograph. Center for the Study of Intelligence, Global Humanitarian Emergencies, New York: United States Mission to the United Nations, Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal YearSec.(i)(1).

().Humanitarian Logistics in Disaster Relief Operations Article in International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management 37(2) March .