“Signature Reduction” (SIGREDUX) = Dark State’s Undercover 60 K Spy Army = Unconventional Warfare = Counter-intelligence/Contract Stalking = Man-Hunting Business = Slow-Kill Torture & Murder of Law-Abiding Citizens = Counterterrorism = Authoritarian Political War = State-Sponsored Terrorism = Cyber Warfare/Stalking/Torture = Psychotronic Warfare (PsyOps + Directed Energy & Neuro Weapons) = Havana Syndrome = G5 (Global Government Gangstalking Genocide GESTAPO) = NSA-Five Eyes Global Spy Network = UN-NWO Policing System = Traitors, Thugs, Criminals, Cowards, Bullies, Spooks, Weaonized Psychologists, 5D (Deceive, Degrade, Disrupt, Deny, Destroy) Devils = Highest Treason
“Signature Reduction” (SIGREDUX) is “the largest undercover force the world has ever known: the one created by the Pentagon, with tens of thousands of soldiers, civilians and contractors operating under false names, on the ground and in cyberspace…. Special operations forces constitute over half the entire signature reduction force… Military intelligence specialists reportedly make up the second-largest part of the secret army. ”
From “Exclusive: Inside the Military’s Secret Undercover Army,” by W.M. Arkin, Newsweek, May 17, 2021
This (global gangstalking program) is the most important policy of the U.S. government.
The late Dr. Rauni Kilde, former Chief Medical Officer of Northern Finland, targeted individual, tortured 1985-2015, murdered in 2015 by “SIGREDUX”
I. Dark State Unveils 60K Spy Army, Microchips and UFOs as World Focuses on Gaza Genocide (Trunews.com May 19, 2021)
Pertinent Segment on this “6th Branch of the Military” runs from 8:50 to about 32:00.
Webmaster Comment: Thanks for the great reporting Trunews.com. This new, huge piece of the “gangstalking” puzzle helps to solve the hitherto unsolved “crime against humanity” that I have been calling G5 for Global Government Gangstalking Genocide GESTAPO. The communist East German Stasi used the term “Zersetzung” (“decomposition”) to describe their program of de-personing via psychological warfare of state forces against enemies of the state. Zersetzung most certainly overlaps with “Signature Reduction,” a mafia-style euphemism, that in my opinion can be synonymous with “whack,” “hit,” or destroy. SIGREDUX involves secret, systematic erasure and elimination of citizens through deployment of military-grade psychological, political, electronic, and neuro- warfare technologies. These operations are apparently backed by unlimited funding.
Minor correction: The CIA accomplished the radical infiltration and takeover of mainstream media back in the 1950s in Operation Mockingbird. Thirty to forty years prior to that, robber baron, banker and Rothschild agent, J.P. Morgan, did the same thing.
Rather than being media companies, the 130 corporations that secretly employ and deploy these 60,000 “ship dipped” undercover special forces operatives are most probably military contractors such as Lockheed Martin, Leidos, General Dynamics, Ratheon, etc. Furthermore, I believe it is safe to speculate that the function of these operatives is to coordinate gangstalking soft-slow-silent kill-no-touch torture operations against “targets” (activists/”dissidents”/whistleblowers, etc.). Governments watchlist these targeted individuals as “suspected terrorist threats” or “threats to national security” through the FBI-DHS Fusion Center system. Based on the excellent series of podcasts by activist and TI, Suzie Dawson, these 130 or so corporations bill government for these highly criminal, despicable, and cowardly “services.”
II. Source of above report is “Exclusive: Inside the Military’s Secret Undercover Army”
Timothy A. Clary, AFP via Getty Images (Newsweek, 5/17/21)
The largest undercover force the world has ever known is the one created by the Pentagon over the past decade. Some 60,000 people now belong to this secret army, many working under masked identities and in low profile, all part of a broad program called “signature reduction.” The force, more than ten times the size of the clandestine elements of the CIA, carries out domestic and foreign assignments, both in military uniforms and under civilian cover, in real life and online, sometimes hiding in private businesses and consultancies, some of them household name companies.
The unprecedented shift has placed an ever greater number of soldiers, civilians, and contractors working under false identities, partly as a natural result in the growth of secret special forces but also as an intentional response to the challenges of traveling and operating in an increasingly transparent world. The explosion of Pentagon cyber warfare, moreover, has led to thousands of spies who carry out their day-to-day work in various made-up personas, the very type of nefarious operations the United States decries when Russian and Chinese spies do the same.
Newsweek’s exclusive report on this secret world is the result of a two-year investigation involving the examination of over 600 resumes and 1,000 job postings, dozens of Freedom of Information Act requests, and scores of interviews with participants and defense decision-makers. What emerges is a window into not just a little-known sector of the American military, but also a completely unregulated practice. No one knows the program’s total size, and the explosion of signature reduction has never been examined for its impact on military policies and culture. Congress has never held a hearing on the subject. And yet the military developing this gigantic clandestine force challenges U.S. laws, the Geneva Conventions, the code of military conduct and basic accountability.
The signature reduction effort engages some 130 private companies to administer the new clandestine world. Dozens of little known and secret government organizations support the program, doling out classified contracts and overseeing publicly unacknowledged operations. Altogether the companies pull in over $900 million annually to service the clandestine force—doing everything from creating false documentation and paying the bills (and taxes) of individuals operating under assumed names, to manufacturing disguises and other devices to thwart detection and identification, to building invisible devices to photograph and listen in on activity in the most remote corners of the Middle East and Africa.
Special operations forces constitute over half the entire signature reduction force, the shadow warriors who pursue terrorists in war zones from Pakistan to West Africa but also increasingly work in unacknowledged hot spots, including behind enemy lines in places like North Korea and Iran. Military intelligence specialists—collectors, counter-intelligence agents, even linguists—make up the second largest element: thousands deployed at any one time with some degree of “cover” to protect their true identities.
The newest and fastest growing group is the clandestine army that never leaves their keyboards. These are the cutting-edge cyber fighters and intelligence collectors who assume false personas online, employing “nonattribution” and “misattribution” techniques to hide the who and the where of their online presence while they search for high-value targets and collect what is called “publicly accessible information”—or even engage in campaigns to influence and manipulate social media. Hundreds work in and for the NSA, but over the past five years, every military intelligence and special operations unit has developed some kind of “web” operations cell that both collects intelligence and tends to the operational security of its very activities.
In the electronic era, a major task of signature reduction is keeping all of the organizations and people, even the automobiles and aircraft involved in the clandestine operations, masked. This protective effort entails everything from scrubbing the Internet of telltale signs of true identities to planting false information to protect missions and people. As standard unforgettable identification and biometrics have become worldwide norms, the signature reduction industry also works to figure out ways of spoofing and defeating everything from fingerprinting and facial recognition at border crossings, to ensuring that undercover operatives can enter and operate in the United States, manipulating official records to ensure that false identities match up.
Just as biometrics and “Real ID” are the enemies of clandestine work, so too is the “digital exhaust” of online life. One major concern of counter-terrorism work in the ISIS age is that military families are also vulnerable—another reason, participants say, to operate under false identities. The abundance of online information about individuals (together with some spectacular foreign hacks) has enabled foreign intelligence services to better unmask fake identities of American spies. Signature reduction is thus at the center of not only counter-terrorism but is part of the Pentagon’s shift towards great power competition with Russia and China—competition, influence, and disruption “below the level of armed conflict,” or what the military calls warfare in the “Gray Zone,” a space “in the peace-conflict continuum.”
One recently retired senior officer responsible for overseeing signature reduction and super-secret “special access programs” that shield them from scrutiny and compromise says that no one is fully aware of the extent of the program, nor has much consideration been given to the implications for the military institution. “Everything from the status of the Geneva Conventions—were a soldier operating under false identity to be captured by an enemy—to Congressional oversight is problematic,” he says. He worries that the desire to become more invisible to the enemy not just obscures what the United States is doing around the world but also makes it more difficult to bring conflicts to a close. “Most people haven’t even heard of the term signature reduction let alone what it creates,” he says. The officer spoke on condition of anonymity because he is discussing highly classified matters.
Military operators hollowing out vehicle rear
Military operators hollowing out the rear of an SUV from Syria to install the power and cabling to turn the seemingly normal vehicle into a close-in intercept platform, able to eavesdrop on cell phone and walkie-talkie signals. (Photo provided to William M. Arkin) W. M. Arkin
The secret life of Jonathan Darby
Every morning at 10:00 a.m., Jonathan Darby embarks on his weekly rounds of mail call. Darby is not his real name, but it is also not the fake name on his Missouri driver’s license that he uses to conduct his work. And the government car he drives, one of a fleet of over 200,000 federal vehicles owned by the General Services Administration, is also not registered in his real or his fake name, and nor are his magnetically attached Maryland state license plates really for his car, nor are they traceable back to him or his organization. Where Darby works and the locations he visits are also classified.
‘Signature reduction’ is a term of art
Numerous signature reduction SAPs, programs with names like Hurricane Fan, Island Hopper and Peanut Chocolate, are administered by a shadowy world of secret organizations that service the clandestine army—the Defense Programs Support Activity, Joint Field Support Center, Army Field Support Center, Personnel Resources Development Office, Office of Military Support, Project Cardinals, and the Special Program Office.
Befitting how secret this world is, there is no unclassified definition of signature reduction. The Defense Intelligence Agency—which operates the Defense Clandestine Service and the Defense Cover Office—says that signature reduction is a term of art, one that “individuals might use to … describe operational security (OPSEC) measures for a variety of activities and operations.” In response to Newsweek queries that point out that dozens of people have used the term to refer to this world, DIA suggests that perhaps the Pentagon can help. But the responsible person there, identified as a DOD spokesperson, says only that “as it relates to HUMINT operations”—meaning human intelligence— signature reduction “is not an official term” and that it is used to describe “measures taken to protect operations.”
Another senior former intelligence official, someone who ran an entire agency and asks not to be named because he is not authorized to speak about clandestine operations, says that signature reduction exists in a “twilight” between covert and undercover. The former, defined in law, is subject to presidential approval and officially belongs to the CIA’s National Clandestine Service. The latter connotes strictly law enforcement efforts undertaken by people with a badge. And then there is the Witness Protection Program, administered by the U.S. Marshals Service of the Justice Department, which tends to the fake identities and lives of people who have been resettled in exchange for their cooperation with prosecutors and intelligence agencies.
III. Signature Reduction Job Description
Summary: The contractor support the J3X Signature Reduction (SIGREDUX) Branch involving the planning and execution of operations by drafting and maintaining currency of policies, programs, and other regulatory documents. The contractor will assist with conducting training events, conferences, working groups and organizational meetings. The contractor will support mission requirements and advise senior leadership on issues as appropriate to tailor SIGREDUX efforts.
Duties & Responsibilities: Contractor will:
1. Draft and review USSOCOM signature reduction related policies to ensure USSOCOM complies with U.S. Law and DoD policies and regulations.
2. Review proposed policies, regulations, procedures, and other initiatives developed for the DoD Signature Reduction Program and the USSOCOM collaborative information enterprise
3. Review, coordinate, and assist Component Commands and Units with the development and staffing of signature reduction plans, requirements, and a wide range of supporting actions in accordance with United States Special Operations directives and policies
4. Assist with planning and conducting conferences, working groups, and organizational meetings to support mission planning objectives and directed tasks.
5. Assist in the conduct of periodic command inspections of subordinate units for signature reduction related programs
6. Prepare and present signature reduction related documents for briefings.
7. Prepare research papers and recommendations for signature reduction related requirements.
8. Assist in the development of signature reduction related training material for use in curriculum at Component Commands and selected units
9. Conduct staffing and records keeping for signature reduction related documents.
10. Other duties may be assigned, as necessary.
· Education: 1 GS-14 equivalent; 5 GS-13 equivalents
· Experience: Joint and/or SOF experience (minimum of 12 years, combined); Completion of all phases of the Joint Operational Support Training Courses (JOSTC), or equivalent training; A minimum of one year experience working as a signature reduction technician within the Department of Defense (DoD); Military or DoD experience working with intelligence, special operations, and the interagency
· Clearance: TS/SCI
· US Passport: Not required
· Language: Must speak fluent English
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:
· Knowledge of current laws, policies, guidance, and regulations applicable to signature reduction
· Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
· Ability to analyze complex facts and issues, and develop alternative solutions and recommendations
· Comprehensive knowledge of U.S. special operations to include a thorough understanding of the organization and role of HQ USSOCOM, subordinate commands, special mission units, and Theater Special Operations Commands and how to effectively integrate signature reduction into operations.
Desired or Preferred Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:
Physical Demands – The physical demands described here are representative of those that may need to be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to stand; climb or balance and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 20 pounds.
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IV. HUMINT Signature Reduction Intelligence Analyst, Army Operations Group (AOG)
Location: Ft. Meade, MD 20755
Job Code: 621
# of openings: 1
INSCOM and the Department of the Army G2 established the United States Army Operations Group (AOG) Provisional in March 2003 to conduct human intelligence operations. As the Army’s only HUMINT brigade and a Major Subordinate Command of INSCOM, the AOG conducts full spectrum HUMINT operations worldwide in support of Army HUMINT requirements. AOG conducts operations in all HUMINT disciplines and supports commanders from the tactical to strategic and Army levels, including units involved in combat operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and worldwide.
The on-site AOG HUMINT Signature Reduction Intelligence Analyst oversees and manages a team of Signature Reduction analysts to provide expertise in the development of effective signature reduction architecture, and prepare signature reduction plans, assessments, information reports, standard operating procedures, tactics, techniques, and procedures, and other documentation for AOG for the effective and secure operations of Army HUMINT capabilities. The Analyst will track approved signature reduction plans to monitor and report on the safe, secure, and successful implementation of the plans and shall conduct an annual review of all signature reduction plans in order to assess the viability, feasibility, and supportability of said plans. The Analyst shall apply frequent and systematic due diligence procedures to evaluate the sustainability of the unit’s Signature Reduction tactics, techniques, and procedures, and provide signature reduction training as needed to support and enhance unit missions. The Analyst shall respond to and fulfill all approved individual requests for signature reduction mechanisms in order to facilitate the successful completion of all AOG worldwide HUMINT operations. The contractor shall and maintain and update all individual AOG HUMINT collector signature reduction mechanisms, thereby allowing for the completion of short suspense operations.
Security Clearance: TOP SECRET
Special Access / Access Eligibility: SCI eligible
Polygraph: CI Poly Preferred
Education: BA or BS degree in any discipline
10 years knowledge and experience with intelligence operations and in assisting with drafting expert assessments across operations priorities on behalf of the stakeholder, with specialized experience in:
Prior collection management experience in any discipline; or
Knowledge of HUMINT operations; or
Experience writing analytic products following IC directives and guidance
Five years of experience with working in the intelligence community
Five years of experience with data analysis in the DoD or IC
Extensive knowledge of DoD Signature Reduction program and HUMINT operations
Graduate of Basic Joint Operations Support Technician Course (JOSTC)
Experience with Microsoft Office, web-based delivery, and automated database management
Two to five years of experience in CI and/or HUMINT operations or Signature Reduction
Working knowledge of IC policies, regulations, procedures, and processes pertinent to Signature
Requires an expert knowledge of Army structure and defense level intelligence operations, such as intelligence collection, fusion, analysis, production, and dissemination for intelligence databases and products.
Possess expert knowledge and experience with intelligence automated systems, especially imagery analysis, signals intelligence and exploitation tools and libraries
Detailed knowledge of DIA, NSA, CIA, DEA, FBI, and Departments of Treasury and State programs and products
Knowledge of intelligence oversight and security guidelines
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Excellent analytical skills
Additional Required Qualifications:
Expert capabilities to research, create, develop, and deliver professional briefings, multimedia
presentations, and written reports.
Ability to produce reports incorporating text and graphics to convey complex concepts to senior policy makers
Experience with assessments, enterprise data integration, governance, and metrics, including the application of metadata management techniques and data modeling and design
Experience with the application of quantitative and qualitative analytic methods, including the design, development, and management of statistical models and enterprise-wide surveys
Proficient in the use of state-of-the-art intelligence analysis tools
Expert ability to manage research and coordination for projects
Expert ability to instruct and interact with small groups on data and information requirements and coordination tasks
Specialized training from any intelligence collection and analysis school or certification
Graduate of Advanced Joint Operations Support Technician Course
Graduate of Due Diligence Course
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