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1) CI HUMINT Targeting in Fort Belvoir, Virginia

CI HUMINT Targeting

Belvoir, VA 22060
Job Code:
# of openings:1
Title:CI HUMINT Targeting
Job Code: 901
Location: Fort Belvoir, VA 22060

Description: Provide targeting, lead development, and analytic support to US Army counterintelligence and human intelligence operations and investigations.Synchronize the targeting process with analytical enterprise and collection managers to develop target packages, operational concepts, and plans.Perform the full range of targeting, strategy development, analytical research, production of briefings, charts, written assessments, and oral presentations in support of target development, prepare and recommend operational usage of sensitive capabilities in support of the commander’s priorities and objectives, and conduct internal, inter-service, and interagency coordination and de-confliction of targets and operational missions.Prepare targeting packages, summary documents, and graphical representations of data, review case file documentation and evidence, and conduct threat analysis.Provide high quality analytic products and demonstrate the ability to brief senior military and civilian leaders.This position may require the occasional travel between Virginia and Maryland.

Qualifications Required:

Security Clearance:Current DoD Top Secret
Special Access / Access Eligibility:SCI Access or Eligibility
Education:Bachelor s degree and/or 8 years of intelligence analyst experience
+ 8+ years of experience with conducting or providing support to counterintelligence or HUMINT operations
+ Experience with briefing senior military and civilian decision makers
+ Experience with Microsoft Office, including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
+ Knowledge of how to conduct HUMINT and CI operations
+ Knowledge of intelligence community (IC) databases and resources
Qualifications Desired:
+ Fundamentals of HUMINT Targeting Course (FHTC), Joint HUMINT Analysis and Targeting Course (JHATC), Target Network Profiling Course (TNPC), or Operational HUMINT Targeting Course (OHTC)
+ Experience with Multimedia Message Manager, Tripwire Analytic Capability, i2 Analyst Notebook, Palantir, and other intelligence community resources or the aptitude to complete additional training, as required
+ Knowledge of the US Army s organizational structure and HUMINT and counterintelligence missions
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2. HUMINT Targeting Officer
Job Summary
Senior Level HUMINT Targeting Officers (HTOs) to support HUMINT collection operations for an Intelligence Community (IC) customer. All positions require an active Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) clearance with a successful polygraph examination.
Primary Responsibilities
Successful candidates will demonstrate proficiency in supporting HUMINT operations by identifying individuals with access to national-security related information. HTOs will utilize restricted and open source databases to produce actionable targeting packages, drive collection, and provide ongoing support to field operations. HTOs will collaborate with other operational support personnel to identify critical information gaps. Targeting Officers will perform all-source analysis including social network analysis and geospatial analysis to identify potential human sources to resolve these intelligence gaps. HTOs compile this information into clear, concise targeting packages which are delivered to field collectors for action. HTOs also work directly with field personnel to support ongoing HUMINT operations over the entire life cycle of the operation. Senior HTOs have a solid understanding of HUMINT operations and the other major intelligence disciplines. They are able to work autonomously in demanding, highly dynamic environments.


Basic Qualifications
Requires a BA degree and 8 – 10 years of prior relevant experience or Masters with 6 – 8 years of prior relevant experience.
Preferred Qualifications
• Fundamentals of HUMINT Targeting Course
• Target Network Profiling Course
• Operational HUMINT Targeting Course or other agency equivalent certification
• Advanced HUMINT Targeting Workshop Course
• Experience working with DIA

An Equal Opportunity Employer. PAE’s hiring practices provide equal opportunity for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, national origin, age, United States military veteran’s status, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, family structure, medical condition including genetic characteristics or information, veteran status, or mental or physical disability so long as the essential functions of the job can be performed with or without reasonable accommodation, or any other protected category under federal, state, or local law.

3. 75th Rgr., Senior Intelligence Special Operations Analyst, TS/SCI/CI Poly, JICSOC, JMISC, HUMINT, SIGINT, Palantir, ArcGIS


March 26, 2012 –


– Speaking: Basic, Reading: Basic, Writing: Basic

Desired Location:
Stateside – Florida,
Overseas– Afghanistan,

Highlight Write Up:
Dynamic, driven professional with proven combat leadership, analysis, and special operations counterterrorism experience. 24 years of intelligence experience, the last 12 years in Special Operations. Superior networking and partnership experience with a focus on teamwork, expert analysis, communications and problem solving. Technically fluent, rapidly assimilating cutting-edge technologies, ideas, and processes. Adept understanding of the Joint Task Force’s Find, Fix, Finish, Exploit, and Analyze (F3EA) targeting process.

Selected Skills and Awards:
• Ranger Tab
• Legion of Merit
• Two Army Bronze Star Medals
• Defense Meritorious Service Medal,
• Two Meritorious Service Medals
• Certificate in Homeland Security from Excelsior College

Geo Location:
Afghanistan – Duration: Multiple Rotations to Afghanistan
Iraq – Duration: Several Special Operations Rotations and a 1 year deployment with a conventional brigade
Korea – Duration: 1 year
Japan – Duration: 3 year tour
Thailand – Duration: 3 months

Position Write Up:
US Special Operations Command (06/15/2009 – Present) – Senior Analyst
MacDill AFB, Florida United States

Duties: Information Operations Branch, Joint Intelligence Center Special Operations Command (JICSOC);; Sep 2011- Present
Joint Military Information Support Command (JMISC); Aug 2010 – Apr 2011
Pacific Command Support Branch, JICSOC; Jun 2009 – Feb 2010
Conduct Intelligence Support to Information Operations (IO) in support of National objectives
Led four individuals, one military and three contractors, conducting analysis on the radicalization process and influencing factors in support of Miltary Information Support Operations (MISO)
Analyzed violent extremist messaging and propaganda to determine themes, resonance and susceptibility to counter-messaging for MISO and IO support; Led production of two JMISC Research and Analysis papers on violent extremist associated magazines
Provided weekly scheduled intelligence briefings to the JMISC Commander and frequent intelligence updates to the Commander and SOCOM Leadership
Provided critical continuity and oversight of worldwide terrorist media organizations, groups, and individuals. Supervise strategic analysis and planning for operations impacting national intelligence and supporting Military Information Operations
During assignment to JICSOC served as a Special Operation Command Pacific Analyst led production of the USSOCOM Commanders update and special operation force capabilities study for Pacific Command Area of Responsibility countries; developed Intellipedia pages for collaboration efforts

Joint Task Force (Afghanistan) – Task Force Senior Intelligence Analyst
FOB Salerno, Afghanistan May 2011 – Aug 2011
Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan Mar 2010 – Jul 2010

Served as the Senior Intelligence Analyst for a Joint Task Force element consisting of five geographically dispersed teams; led a team of 10-12 single and all source personnel providing daily guidance and direction
Managed daily collection, target prioritization, managing intelligence operations, and analysis coordination within the Find, Fix, Finish, Exploit, & Analyze (F3EA) process during high operation tempo; supporting over 300 missions in a 105 day rotation
Led the Find phase by analyzing incoming message traffic, CELLEX, MEDEX, and detainee reporting
Ensured task force commanders PIR turned into HUMINT and SIGINT collection requirements in order to gain targetable information for enemy network node; placed specific collection assets against non traditional targets during the find phase leading to information used to fix the target
Directed HUMINT/SIGINT collection operations and GEOINT analysis resulting in numerous successful direct action missions of targeted individuals
Briefed new Task force targeted individuals during a weekly 0-6 level targeting board with all presented targets approved
Directed SIGINT based targeting; Managed task force manned and unmanned Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) assets
Direct liaison with National Intelligence Agencies for support to Special Operations
Utilized Cellular Phone Exploitation (CELLEX) and Media Exploitation (MEDEX) & Detainee reporting to fill gaps of intelligence in known enemy networks
Conducted daily liaison and collaboration with three Battlespace Owning conventional Army organizations throughout the Task Force area of operations and inter-agency partners

75th Ranger Regiment (03/15/2006 – 06/14/2009) – Senior All Source Intelligence Technician
Fort Benning, Georgia United States

Duties: Served as an All Source Intelligence Technician and intelligence support team leader consisting of 12-15 Rangers of all MICO intelligence disciplines directly supporting 2nd Ranger Battalion; responsible for predeployment training, deployment support to the supported Ranger Battalion, and reintegration
Developed and taught the Ranger Analyst Training Program; Course prepared assigned Rangers and augmentees to use the F3EA process during combat operations
Led the establishment of the intial Task Force Team concept by forward deploying from Bagram Airfield, AF to FOB Salerno, AF as the Intelligence Representative of the Cross Functional Team (CFT) supporting a Ranger company (-) during combat operations
Identified Special Intelligence (SI) collection gap in Afghanistan, conveyed issue to the Army Technical Control and Analysis Element (ATCAE) and other NSA offices in order to solve the problem
Conveyed complex enemy IED/attack networks and techniques facilitating Foreign Fighters into AF to the CFT Commander and the Ranger Company leadership
Wrote the Ranger Regiments Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Contingency Operations (SIGINT CONOP) document; allowed the newly assigned SIGINT Rangers to conduct SIGINT operations
Represented the Ranger Regiment at the annual ATCAE Conference; covered all aspects of Ranger SIGINT operations from strategic to tactical
Responsible for selecting areas of Ranger SIGINT operations in Afghanistan and employment of a SI Collection and processing System; Based on Task Force Commander’s Priority Intelligence Requirements
Deployed during four Ranger 105 day deployment cycles to AF; Supported numerous direct action raids targeting enemy individuals from Al-Qaida, the Haqqani Network, Commander Nazir Group, Islamic Jihad Union, and Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan
During deployments, led the Task Force F3EA process; supporting over 300 combat direct action raids targeting enemy networks

HHC, 3rd HBCT, 3rd Infantry Division (05/24/2004 – 02/15/2006) – All Source Intelligence Technician
Fort Benning, Georgia and FOB Warhorse, Diyala Province, Iraq

Duties: Served as the Brigades senior all source intelligence technician during a 12 month deployment to Diyala Province, Iraq
Single-handedly got 15 laptop computers accredited for use on the Top Secret (TS) Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) capable Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System; connectivity provided via the brigades
Provided direction to the brigades SIGINT collection efforts working side-by-side with the division SIGINT Collection Manager; Led the overall brigade intelligence targeting effort
Developed, maintained, and shared the Brigades High Value Individual List with 35 enemy individuals; shared with the Iraqi Army and Police to ensure all organizations were aware of these targeted individuals
Assisted in prioritizing the Brigades intelligence production and support to operations

Military Intelligence Detachment, RHHC, 75th Ranger Regiment (10/06/2000 – 05/23/2004) – All Source Intelligence Technician
Fort Benning, Georgia United States

Duties: The only All Source Intelligence Technician in the Ranger Regiment until early 2003
Produced scenarios for training with ensuring it appeared to the Ranger unit as a true foreign country; scenarios included the chosen hot spot countrys forces arrayed in the Modernized Integrated Database (MIDB)
Responsible for providing intelligence information and direction during the initial planning of the Joint Task Force operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom; Wrote SIGINT and HUMINT requirements documents based on the Regimental Commanders PIR
Assisted in developing the military intelligence companys Modernized Table of Organization and Equipment
Procured a TROJAN Lite system for deployments to support bare base deployment operations; Provided the Regimental Commander flexibility to plan operations
Conveyed complex enemy networks and techniques facilitating Foreign Fighters into AF to the CFT Commander and the Ranger Company leadership
Deployed during four Ranger 105 day deployment cycles to AF; supported numerous direct action raids targeting enemy individuals from Al-Qaida, the Haqqani Network, Commander Nazir Group, Islamic Jihad Union, and Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan
During deployments, led the Task Force F3EA process; supporting over 300 combat direct action raids targeting enemy networks
Managed intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance assets in order to develop targets for special operations direct action raids
Graduated Airborne and Ranger School

Skills Write Up:
Tools: M3, TAC, CIDNE, SKOPE tools, Palantir, ArcGIS, Intellipedia, A-Space, Google Earth, Analyst Notebook, Pathfinder, IC Reach, HOTR, Sharepoint, TOL2

Training – Palantir (01/10/12)

Training – Analytic Writing Course (01/04/12)
DISAP Level 1 course.

Training – J2X Operations Course (06/15/2011)

Training – Joint Special Operations force Senior Intelligence Leaders Orientation Seminar (03/04/2011)

Homeland Security from Excelsior College (03/09/2010)

Training – Asymmetric Warfare Analysis of Armed Groups Course (12/17/2009)

Training – Joint Special Operations Irregular Warfare Advance Course (10/30/2009)

Training – Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems Course (03/27/2009)

Training – Structured Analytic Techniques Workshop (11/21/2008)
Sherman Kent School for Intelligence Analysis (CIA University) — DISAP Level II course equivalent to the Advanced Analytic Tools & Techniques course.

Training – Best Practices in Community Collaboration (10/30/2008)
Sherman Kent School for Intelligence Analysis (CIA University)– DISAP Level II course.

Training – Advanced Approaches to Critical Thinking (10/24/2008)
Sherman Kent School for Intelligence Analysis (CIA University)– DISAP Level II course equivalent to the Advanced Critical Thinking course.

Certification – NSA IC Reach Train the Trainer (02/20/2008)

Training – NSA Geo Bootcamp (GISA 2000) (05/18/2007)

Training – Asymmetric Warfare Intelligence Analysis Course (06/12/2006)

Training – Remotely Sensed Imagery / Geographic Information Course (03/23/2001)

Training – Joint Targeting School (09/25/1998)

Training – Standardized COMSEC Custodian Course (11/03/1995)

Education Write Up:
Bachelor of Science, Liberal Arts Mar 2012
Excelsior College, Albany, New York

Associate of Arts, Computer Studies Jan 2008
University of Maryland, Asian Division

4. DynCorps International (CIA Front)

Training for Intelligence Professionals
Non-Verbal Communication Baselining Behavior

An estimated 75 to 93% of human communication is non-verbal. In addition to having the interrogation skills necessary to control, collect and fully exploit a human source of information, being able to read body language, establish a baseline and ‘sense’ deception are key to being able to successfully prosecute the human target.

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Psychological Narrative Analysis (PNA)

The study of word choices and grammar structures people choose when they communicate. PNA techniques identify specific words, speech patterns, and grammar structures that reveal a person’s behavioral characteristics and veracity. PNA techniques identify where people either obfuscate or omit information in written and oral communications. Once information gaps are identified, students learn to obtain the missing information using the micro-action interview.

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Travelers’ Course

The Travelers’ course makes students aware of the various security rules, regulations and requirements of foreign travel in today’s highly charged security environment. Students are provided with training in specialized techniques when dealing with foreign officials to ensure successful travel with minimal interruptions. The attendees will learn to utilize short-term rapport building skills as well as verbal and non-verbal techniques.

The course utilizes practical exercises and various scenarios to replicate most common overseas travel-related difficulties and troublesome situations, and offers the solutions to overcome them. The students will learn tools and techniques to maximize their security and safety awareness while minimizing their profile during foreign travel.

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National Security Advanced Training course

The National Security Advanced Training Course (NSAT) has been developed as a comprehensive program of instruction for the Department of Homeland Security. By integrating the previous training and experience of Special Agents into the operational skill sets of DoD Human Intelligence Collectors, this course has been designed to provide for optimal functionality within a Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) environment.

Participants will become actively familiarized with the full spectrum of Human Intelligence Operations, intended specifically to enhance the investigation and prosecution of terrorist-related threats to our national security. Throughout this training, NSAT focuses on the essential considerations and methodological studies of Human Behavioral Profiling, Intelligence Debriefing/Analysis, Custodial Interviewing, Source Management, and Surveillance, looking to add layers of proficiency upon existing skills that relate to mission-critical aspects of Counter-Terrorism Operations. Additionally, because this training is presented at the professional level, attendees will discover how to successfully recruit, control and exploit human sources of information via practical exercise, gaining a tactical and strategic advantage over any adversary or criminal suspect. This all-inclusive introduction will equip participants with a new perspective on interactive communication techniques, all of which will contribute to establishing a longer term interoperability within the Joint Intelligence and Law Enforcement Communities.

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Competitive Assurance Seminar

Safeguarding proprietary information is perhaps one of the most fundamental and fiduciary responsibilities that any business leader has in an information-rich environment. As increasing numbers of companies turn to the use of valuation models that emphasize intellectual capital over physical capital, the protection of information takes on new meanings. Competitive Assurance involves the isolation of those critical elements that are truly needful of protection and developing the answers to the implied questions: what has to be protected and for how long?

Companies that recognize that it takes more than standard security measures to protect their assets have dramatically increased their reliance upon Phoenix Training Center’s Competitive Assurance professionals and practices since the mid-1990s. Based on established principles of counterintelligence practiced in governments around the world, the Competitive Assurance process has been specially designed, developed, and implemented for the peculiar protection needs of businesses in an increasingly competitive environment.

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Mediations and Negotiations Course

This intensive course enhances the capabilities of communicators engaged in cross-cultural communications, interpreter-assisted meetings, and negotiations in permissive, semi-permissive, and hostile environments. The training will consist of at least 50% practical exercises in realistic conditions and can be tailored for specific areas. Practical application, role-playing and scenario-driven exercises provide students the opportunity to practice the skills taught in the classroom.

This course also includes time for students to utilize Phoenix’s Electronic Language Simulation device to fully understand the challenges posed by the use of a translator.

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Interrogation Refresher Course

Certified interrogators provide an essential skill to HUMINT Operations. The global security environment is ever-changing and certified interrogators must incorporate new advanced techniques with those they already know and apply. The Interrogation refresher course is a review of the fundamentals of interrogation and a chance for students to revise and improve their style and technique. Classroom instruction is followed by video-taped practical exercises that allow instant feedback and self-evaluation. The class provides for students to test their mental agility and interrogation skills to cope with uncooperative sources played by experienced role players and trained interrogators.

The Interrogation Refresher course is highly recommended for interrogators about to deploy or those who have not utilized their skills for an extended period of time. Class is limited to Certified Interrogators Only.

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Source Management Course

The Source Management Course is designed for personnel who find themselves responsible for managing HUMINT collection assets. This course will acquaint students with collection management procedures, tactics, techniques and procedures associated with HUMINT Operations at the strategic, operational and tactical levels. This course identifies the specific roles, responsibilities and tasks required to manage HUMINT Operations. Students identify areas of collection and analyze the threat beyond a commander’s requirement. Students will perform a practical exercise to demonstrate their understanding of the management process.

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HUMINT Support to Tactical Operations Course

Formerly Maritime Interdictions Operations Course

This course is designed to provide all services with training for individuals who will be involved with information collection at the tactical level. It incorporates lessons learned from current and past operations. The course is exercise heavy and provides a solid base for units to conduct tactical collection. The exercises are conducted focusing on the units standard operating procedures.

The course provides students with the necessary skills to operate effectively as a member of HUMINT or TSE team. Working in teams students will plan and conduct debriefings and basic personnel and site searches.

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HUMINT Operations Familiarization Course

For those who are just beginning in the HUMINT world or those who need an overview of operations prior to an assigned task, the HUMINT Operations Familiarization Course (HOFC) provides a concise synopsis of multiple aspects of HUMINT.

HOFC provides the student familiarization in the conceptual, doctrinal, legal and technical aspects of conducting operations within various sub-disciplines of human intelligence. Students learn the fundamentals of intelligence operations and are introduced to the application of these basics to human intelligence operations. The performance environment consists of demonstrations and practical exercises, including role-player exercises between students and instructors against developed requirements essential for HUMINT collection operations. HOFC offers opportunities for the students to demonstrate understanding in multiple human intelligence activities; e.g. collection, targeting, surveillance/surveillance detection, controlled human intelligence operations, terrorism/counterterrorism, elicitation, counterintelligence, interrogation, and debriefing.

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Tactical Site Exploitation Course

The Tactical Site Exploitation Course is relevant to organizations seeking greater fidelity, thoroughness, and standardization in collecting and exploiting physical and human information on a combat objective. In addition to learning objective oriented questioning skills, students discover how to maximize Time on Target during the Tactical Debriefing of both suspected individuals and non-combatants. Students will learn the basic techniques required to thoroughly exploit the tactical environment.

This course consists of practical exercises to maximize support from classroom instruction. The first day teaches tactical questioning. The second day teaches site exploitation, and the third day consists of practical exercises designed to challenge the students to maximize time on target, collect, identify and evaluate the material collected on site.

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Tactical Questioning/Tactical Site Exploitation Course

Tactical Questioning and Tactical Site Exploitation (TQ/TSE) are combined into an intensive course allowing students to use both skill sets to enhance their productivity in a tactical environment. Through tactical questioning training, students will gain knowledge on effective questioning through enhanced information collection. They will learn techniques on how to question and how to apply their questions to the information they are collecting. Through tactical site exploitation the students will use appropriate tactical debriefing skills to quickly screen personnel for further exploitation as well as sensitive site exploitation methods, techniques and tools to quickly identify material on personnel. Lastly they will learn how to combine these skill sets to strengthen their overall intelligence collection in the tactical environment.

This course will address the needs of each student through challenging practical exercises that support classroom instruction. TQ/TSE offers an excellent pre-deployment train-up in support of tactical and operational intelligence requirements. This course is taught by subject matter experts with vast experience in Human Intelligence, Intelligence Collection and Analysis and Special Operations.

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Tactical Questioning and Screening Course

This course accentuates the statement “Every soldier is a collector”. Focusing on direct questioning and basic screening tactics, TQ Screening provides a basic understanding of the benefits of immediate tactical information collection. This course is designed for personnel with limited or no HUMINT collection experience. Students will also learn the fine line of where TQ ends and interrogation begins. They will understand the current laws, rules, regulations, and conventions governing tactical questioning and collection. This course will enhance the commander’s ability to identify immediate threats and will provide a timely and accurate picture of the current situation.

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Tactical Debriefing Course

HUMINT personnel must be familiar with current interrogation techniques, screening operations and how to collect time-sensitive intelligence from non-cooperative sources to enhance their ability to perform tactical debriefings. The Tactical Debriefing course delivers all of these skills. Instruction of debriefing techniques within the confines of the Geneva Conventions and FM 2-22.3 will enhance the students’ ability to collect intelligence from sources within tactical and operational environments. The attendees will enhance their collection skills, gain the ability to maximize cooperation from sources, learn proven techniques and how to apply them with specific sources and gain knowledge on how to organize and refine their information collection and reporting approach.

Traditional platform training and practical exercise are used as instruction tools during this course to reinforce the student’s learning ability. Each student is trained and mentored to collect human intelligence from sources captured at the tactical objective. Students are familiarized with current interrogation techniques, full screening operations, and hostile debriefing capabilities. An exercise scenario used throughout the course culminates in a major screening and debriefing in which students learn to collect time-sensitive intelligence from non-cooperative sources.

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Advanced Debriefing and Elicitation Course

This course is designed for personnel who have attended the Debriefing and Elicitation Course or have experience in the HUMINT world and want to improve on the basic skills. The AD&E includes a review of basic persuasive interpersonal communication skills as well as defensive skills, including counter-elicitation, detecting deception and congruency and legend. This course also introduces negotiation as a tool for HUMINT collection.

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