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Combat Intelligence Iraq - Military Intelligence Methods
Combat Intelligence Iraq - Vol. 1
Military Intelligence Methods, Iraq
© 2006
273 pages; 15 chapters and 3 appendixes
QuikManeuvers’ Combat Intelligence Iraq, is the most exhaustive treatment
on US Army military Intelligence operations in Iraq. Every aspect of
intelligence effort in Iraq is covered in immaculate detail. We report not
only “how it is” in grim detail, but also “how it should be” in exciting prose.  Join us
for an excursion down the narrow, dusty streets of Baghdad’s Sadr City. The
variety of military intelligence methods now utilized in Iraq, exceed those
utilized in Vietnam.
Combat Intelligence Iraq covers everything now being tried
and suggests implementation of
sound intelligence and reconnaissance
that have been hitherto ignored in Iraq. With immaculate thoroughness
each of thirteen scathing chapters reveals with sensational panache, a mass of
confused and incompetent
US Army intelligence and reconnaissance
who have been ruined by the conventional US Army generals
who lead them so poorly. If you want to know the real story, the true facts and are
brave enough to face
hard hitting analysis of America’s military intelligence
and reconnaissance performance
, then Combat Intelligence Iraq is your
“Data mining is basically simple in concept. In any large body of data, you will find patterns. Even if the enemy is trying to
avoid establishing a pattern to their actions, they will anyway. It's human nature, and only the most attentive pros can
avoid this trap. Some trends are more reliable than others, but any trend at all can be useful in combat. The predictive
analysis carried out with data mining and other analytic tools has saved the lives of hundreds of U.S. troops, by giving
them warning of where roadside bombs and ambushes are likely to be, or where the enemies are hiding out. Similarly,
when data was taken off the site of the Zarqawi bombing, it often consisted only of names, addresses and other tidbits.
However, with the vast databases of names, addresses and such already available, typing in each item began to generate
additional information, within minutes. That's why, within hours, the trove of data generated dozens of raids, and even
more leads.
Speed has always been an advantage in combat, but until recently, rarely something intelligence analysis was noted for.
No longer. Predictive analysis is something the troops depend on, not only to tips on what to avoid, but for names and
places to go after.”
Excerpt from Combat Intelligence Iraq - Vol. 1
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