Army Regulation 135-382

Army National Guard and Army Reserve

Reserve Component Military Intelligence Units and Personnel

19 October 1992

Effective: 19 November 1992


PIN: 069997-000

CHANGES Change Summary

AR 135-382

Reserve Component Military Intelligence Units and Personnel

This regulation--

_ Incorporates Army National Guard requirements for organization and training of Military Intelligence units throughout this regulation.

_ Changes distribution to include the Army National Guard.

_ Adds Active Guard Reserve requirements (para 2-5).


This UPDATE printing publishes a complete revision of AR 140-192. Because the publication has been renumbered and extensively revised, the changed portions have not been highlighted.


This regulation establishes a single reference for the organization and training of Military Intelligence units and for the assignment, retention, and training of Military Intelligence soldiers in both the Army National Guard and the United States Army Reserve.


This regulation applies to the Army National Guard and the United States Army Reserve. Criteria and policies concerning qualification and security matters also apply to Military Intelligence Active Guard Reserve soldiers. This regulation does not apply to the Active Army or the Delayed Entry Program of the Regular Army.

Army management control process.

This regulation is subject to the requirements of AR 11-2. It contains internal control provisions but does not contain checklists for conducting internal control reviews.


Supplementation of this regulation and establishment of command and local forms are prohibited without prior approval from HQDA (DAMI-RA), WASH DC 20310-1001.

Interim changes.

Interim changes to this regulation are not official unless they are authenticated by the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army. Users will destroy interim changes on their expiration dates unless sooner superseded or rescinded.

Suggested improvements.

The proponent agency of this regulation is the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence. Users are invited to send comments and suggested improvements on DA Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) directly to HQDA (DAMI-RA), WASH DC 20310-1001.


Distribution of this publication is made in accordance with the requirements on DA Form 12-09-E, block number 3121. This distribution is intended for command level D for Active Army, and B for the Army National Guard and the U.S. Army Reserve.


This regulation supersedes AR 140-192, 15 April 1980.

CONTENTS Table of Contents

COVER Book Cover
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CONTENTS Table of Contents

1.0 Introduction

1.1 Purpose
1.2 References
1.3 Explanation of abbreviations and terms
1.4 Responsibilities

2.0 Personnel Selection Requirements and Policies

2.1 General requirements
2.2 Security clearance and SCI access requirements
2.2.a Security clearance requirements.
2.2.b Sensitive compartmented information (SCI) access.
2.3 Linguists
2.4 Medical/life sciences, scientific and technical positions
2.5 Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Program
2.6 Educational standards
2.7 Physical standards
2.8 Military Intelligence Detachments (Strategic) (MID(S))
2.9 Disposition of non-retainables
2.10 Unit recruitment and assignment policies
2.11 Military Intelligence Special Training Element (MISTE)

3.0 Security and Administrative Procedures

3.1 Security procedures
3.2 Administrative procedures
3.3 Assignment procedures

4.0 Training

4.1 Individual AOC/MOS/ASI training and qualification
4.2 Linguist training
4.3 Unit training responsibilities and priorities
4.4 RC-configured training programs
4.5 Real World intelligence mission training
4.6 Channels of communication

5.0 Military Intelligence Detachments (Strategic) (MID(S))

5.1 Organization
5.2 Mission
5.3 Assignment to a Strategic MI Detachment (MID(S))
5.4 MID(S) Training
5.5 Administration

A.0 Appendix A. References

4-1. TPO/MTP format 4.6
5-1. Biographic Summary Example 5.5

1.0 Introduction


1.1 Purpose

1.2 References

1.3 Explanation of abbreviations and terms

1.4 Responsibilities

1.1 Purpose

This regulation--

a. Prescribes supplemental criteria for enlisting, selecting, assigning, retaining, and training soldiers of the Army National Guard (ARNG) and the U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) assigned or attached to Reserve Component (RC) Military Intelligence (MI) positions in MI or non-MI Active Army or RC units including Active Guard Reserve (AGR) soldiers.

b. Provides career guidance to soldiers assigned to RC MI positions who wish to enhance their military education, professional qualifications, and gain experience to meet both personal and unit goals.

c. Prescribes criteria for the staffing and management of Military Intelligence Detachments (Strategic) (MID(S)).

d. Provides guidance on security related matters for non-MI soldiers who require access to Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI) within an RC unit.

1.2 References

Required and related references and related forms are listed in appendix A.

1.3 Explanation of abbreviations and terms

Abbreviations and special terms used in this regulation are explained in the glossary.

1.4 Responsibilities

a. The Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (DCSINT), Department of the Army (DA) will--

(1) Establish policies governing all matters of intelligence doctrine and policy relating to individual intelligence training and readiness of intelligence units including Tactical Intelligence Readiness Training Program (REDTRAIN).

(2) Establish policy for monitoring the organization, training, and readiness of ARNG and USAR MI units and activities.

(3) Establish policy for monitoring and overseeing the General Defense Intelligence Program for the USAR and ARNG.

b. The Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel (DCSPER) will--

(1) Assign all non-unit USAR MI soldiers under paragraph 3-3 and governing regulations cited in paragraph 2-1, including the manning of USAR MI units and U.S. Army Reserve Forces Schools-Intelligence (USARFS-I).

(2) Award or withdraw MI Area of Concentration (AOC)/Military Occupational Specialty (MOS)/Additional Skill Identifier (ASI) for unassigned USAR Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) and Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) soldiers per paragraph 4-1b.

c. The Director, Army National Guard (D, ARNG) has special staff responsibility for developing and coordinating policy regarding ARNG MI soldiers and units.

d. The Chief, Army Reserve (CAR) has DA special staff responsibility for developing and coordinating policy regarding USAR MI soldiers and units.

e. The Adjutants General (TAG) will--

(1) Assign all ARNG MI soldiers per chapter 3 of this regulation and governing National Guard Regulations (NGR) cited in paragraph 2-1.

(2) Award or withdraw MI AOC/MOS/ASI for their assigned ARNG soldiers per paragraph 4-1b.

(3) Oversee training of ARNG MI soldiers and units.

f. The commanders' major Army commands (MACOMs), commander, U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC), commander, continental U.S. Armies (CONUSA) will--

(1) Assign all troop program unit (TPU) USAR MI soldiers under their command and control according to paragraph 2-11 and chapter 3 of this regulation and governing regulations cited in paragraph 2-1.

(2) Award or withdraw MI AOC/MOS/ASI for their assigned RC soldiers per paragraph 4-1b.

(3) Supervise training and evaluation of TPU soldiers under their command and control per paragraph 4-3.

(4) Coordinate operational intelligence missions for RC MI units under their command and control with U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) per paragraph 4-5.

(5) Supervise and support MID(S) under their command and control per chapter 5.

(6) Support or assist individual RC MI soldiers, RC MI TPUs, and MIDs under their command and control in fulfilling personnel security, SCI requirements, and administrative requirements.

g. The Commander, U.S. Army Forces Command (FORSCOM) will--

(1) Supervise and manage the MID affiliation program, contact prospective sponsors, conclude and terminate affiliation agreements per paragraph 5-5. Coordinate MID training outside the continental United States (OCONUS) under AR 220-10 and AR 350-9.

(2) Be responsible for training USAR MID(S) in coordination with appropriate Department of Defense (DOD) and DA agencies per this regulation.

(3) Establish MI TPU training policies and standards, and evaluate RC MI unit training.

(4) Exercise training oversight responsibility for all RC MI training.

(5) Manage the USARFS-I with technical assistance and support from the CG's USAIC&FH, ARPERCEN, and NGB.

(6) Manage the CAPSTONE Program for RC MI units per AR 11-30.

(7) Support operational intelligence missions conducted by RC MI units per paragraph 4-5.

h. The Commander, Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), in coordination with USAIC&FH, will approve all RC MI AOC/MOS/ASI and professional development POI.

i. CG, INSCOM will--

(1) Coordinate operational intelligence missions in support of Army requirements per AR 10-87.

(2) Advise and assist the chain of command for echelons above corps (EAC) RC MI units on matters regarding appointments of commanders, granting waivers to AOC/MOS/ASI requirements, approving assignments of non-MI officers to RC MI TPUs EAC, and approving other policy exceptions delegated to Major Army Commands (MACOMs) by this regulation.

(3) Advise and assist the chain of command on RC MI TPU EAC training policies and standards, and evaluate RC MI TPU EAC training.

(4) Manage the REDTRAIN Program per AR 350-3.

(5) Coordinate with ARPERCEN to provide operational intelligence training for non-unit RC MI soldiers.

j. The Commander, U.S. Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca (USAIC&FH) is responsible for developing materials and standards for MI AOC/MOS/ASI instruction and professional development programs of instructions (POIs), and will provide technical support and evaluation of instruction per paragraph 4-1a.

k. Commanders of RC units, including MID(S) and IMA Detachments, whose missions require assigned soldiers to have access to SCI materials, will request SCI billets to support such requirements according to paragraph 2-2b, AR 380-28 to ensure soldiers maintain eligibility for access to SCI.

l. Individual RC MI soldiers will--

(1) Maintain the required security clearance required for their duty position, AOC, or MOS.

(2) Provide a current address and telephone number with ARPERCEN or their unit of assignment. Maintain a current physical, HIV test, panographic X-ray, and file a family action plan, if they are responsible for the care of dependent children.

(3) Pursue their continuing military education and individual training to maintain their qualifications for their duty position, AOC, or MOS.

(4) Maintain appropriate physical fitness and meet height and weight standards for AR 600-9.

2.0 Personnel Selection Requirements and Policies


2.1 General requirements

2.2 Security clearance and SCI access requirements

2.3 Linguists

2.4 Medical/life sciences, scientific and technical positions

2.5 Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Program

2.6 Educational standards

2.7 Physical standards

2.8 Military Intelligence Detachments (Strategic) (MID(S))

2.9 Disposition of non-retainables

2.10 Unit recruitment and assignment policies

2.11 Military Intelligence Special Training Element (MISTE)

2.1 General requirements

a. Members of the RC and persons seeking membership in the RC are eligible for assignment to RC MI positions provided they meet all general regulatory requirements for membership, meet the special criteria in this regulation, and possess or will acquire within 3 years all special qualifications as shown in the authorization document for the position. Non-MI branch officers having the required clearances and other qualifications may occupy MI Branch positions,

but must become MI AOC qualified within 3 years of assignment.

b. Persons seeking assignment or attachment to RC MI positions must meet the requirements of the following Army and ARNG Regulations.

(1) All USAR soldiers--AR 140-10; AR 601-210.

(2) USAR officers--AR 135-100; AR 611-101.

(3) ARNG officers--AR 135-100; AR 611-101, Section VIII; NGR 600-100.

(4) USAR warrant officers--AR 135-100; AR 611-112.

(5) ARNG warrant officers--AR 135-100; AR 611-112, Section III; NGR 600-101.

(6) USAR enlisted personnel--AR 611-201; AR 614-200.

(7) ARNG enlisted personnel--AR 611-201; AR 614-200; NGR 600-200.

c. The selection, assignment, and employment of RC soldiers with a Counterintelligence (CI) controlled MOS will be governed further by AR 381-20.

d. Current and former members of the Peace Corps are not eligible to be assigned, attached, or detailed to RC MI units or positions within 5 years of their completion of their Peace Corps assignment. They will not be assigned to MI duties or RC training exercises within the country or countries they served as Peace Corps volunteers. The term "members of the Peace Corps" includes Peace Corps volunteers, volunteer leaders, and staff members. Persons who received Peace

Corps training but who have not served overseas with the Peace Corps are not considered members of the Peace Corps for the purposes of this regulation, and may be considered for immediate RC MI assignment, if the assignment does not conflict with Peace Corps policies of contractual terms.

2.2 Security clearance and SCI access requirements

2.2.A Security clearance requirements.

a. Security clearance requirements. Persons seeking assignment or attachment to RC MI positions must meet the security clearance requirements of AR 380-67, AR 604-10, and any other security requirements specified in the authorization document for the MI position or as a condition for the award or retention of the AOC/MOS/ASI.

2.2.B Sensitive compartmented information (SCI) access.

b. Sensitive compartmented information (SCI) access.

(1) Soldiers assigned to RC MI positions requiring access to SCI must be eligible for SCI access per AR 380-28 and AR 380-67 prior to training for or award of the MI AOC/MOS/ASI.

(2) Soldiers who are refused eligibility for access to SCI will be transferred to nonsensitive positions pending classification in an AOC/MOS/ASI not requiring access to SCI.

(3) Soldiers who have been SCI indoctrinated and then lose their SCI access eligibility will be debriefed and transferred to nonsensitive positions and reclassified to an AOC/MOS/ASI not requiring SCI access.

(4) Commanders of RC units including MID(S) and IMA Detachments whose missions require assigned soldiers to have recurring access to SCI are responsible for requesting the necessary SCI billets and the SCI facility required to support such requirements. Billet justifications will be coordinated with the supporting Special Security Office (SSO) and then forwarded through their

command channels to U.S. Army Special Security Group (USASSG). SSO services and supporting arrangements will be prearranged, coordinated with the CAPSTONE unit and MACOM SSO. SSO support arrangements will be identified in the annual update of the MID(S) or MI detachment training program outline/mission training plan (TPO/MTP).

(5) Commanders will ensure unit authorizations documents indicate which positions require SCI access. Personnel requisitions to fill these positions will be annotated "nominee must be eligible for access to SCI. "

(6) SCI billets are not required for RC MI soldiers who need SCI access only during annual training (AT). AT SCI access falls under the "one-time-access" provisions of AR 380-28.

(7) Requirements for one time SCI access will be validated by the soldier's unit commander or supporting using agency and forwarded to the appropriate supporting SSO. The supporting SSO will forward the request to the appropriate MACOM commander for approval.

2.3 Linguists

a. The accession, training, and retention of qualified linguists in the RC will be given command emphasis. RC MI linguists will be selected and trained per qualification criteria as contained in AR 611-6. Recruiting and language training resource priorities for new accessions will be in the following order:

(1) Linguist-qualified prior-service (Active or Reserve) soldiers seeking entry into RC MI TPUs and IMA positions.

(2) New accessions to the RC who already possess adequate foreign language skills in critical languages, documented by L1-R1 or better scores on the Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT).

(3) Enlisted RC soldiers who already have completed initial active duty for training (IADT), who attain a qualifying Defense Language Aptitude Battery (DLAB) score. They must have 3 years remaining on their current enlistment following the projected completion date of their language training, or will reenlist for a minimum of 4 years as a condition for receiving foreign language training.

(4) New accessions to the RC who do not possess foreign language skills, but who attain a qualifying score on the DLAB.

b. All RC soldiers occupying RC MI linguist AOC/MOS/ASI positions and claiming language proficiency will take the DLPT annually.

c. Soldiers failing to achieve the minimum proficiency level established in AR 611-6 will be required to participate in mandatory refresher training by the unit commander. They will be retested after a minimum period of 6 months after the date of the previous test.

d. Soldiers occupying RC MI positions which require language proficiency who fail to achieve a qualifying DLPT score of L1/R1 within 3 years of assignment will be reassigned to positions not requiring language proficiency.

2.4 Medical/life sciences, scientific and technical positions

Soldiers seeking assignments to MID(S) positions requiring medical/life sciences expertise or scientific and technical proficiency, must possess individual qualifications pertinent to the unit mission prior to selection. Qualifications, such as civilian work experience, professional licensing, or advanced academic study, will be documented and will be evaluated by the MID(S) commander in coordination with the supporting agency.

2.5 Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Program

Applicants considered for MI AGR positions must meet the general requirements of AR 135-18, and be eligible for the necessary security clearance and SCI access required for the MI AGR duty position. They also must have or meet the MI AOC/MOS/ASI requirements contained within this regulation.

2.6 Educational standards

Minimum educational qualifications for RC MI assignments and award of MI AOC/MOS/ASI are as follows:

a. Commissioned RC officers in AOC-35 will have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college.

b. Warrant officers will have an associates degree or its equivalent in academic credit hours.

c. Enlisted soldiers will be high school graduates or will possess the general education development (GED) equivalent.

d. Exceptions to educational requirements may be authorized by the CG, ARPERCEN for USAR AGR and non-TPU soldiers, MACOM commanders for TPU soldiers, and the NGB or TAG for ARNG soldiers.

2.7 Physical standards

Soldiers assigned to RC MI positions must meet the minimum physical profile category for the skill of the assigned position. Soldiers assigned to positions requiring SCI access must have an index of 1 under S (psychological) of PULHES.

2.8 Military Intelligence Detachments (Strategic) (MID(S))

Soldiers seeking assignment to MID(S) must meet the additional requirements prescribed in chapter 5.

2.9 Disposition of non-retainables

a. Failure of a soldier assigned to an RC MI position to become qualified for the position within 3 years after initial assignment to the position will result in transfer or separation. The intent of this policy is to prevent the indefinite retention of unqualified soldiers in RC MI positions. Intra-unit reassignments solely to circumvent this intent are expressly forbidden.

b. Unit or supported agency commanders will request termination of assignment of soldiers not meeting MI skill or security requirements. Send requests through command channels to the CG, (ARPERCEN), the applicable MACOM commander, or commander, (USARC), or TAG, as appropriate. These soldiers may request reassignment or may be reassigned to another position or unit for which qualified or, if eligible, may apply for discharge at the convenience of the government.

c. If a person holding a controlled or cryptologic AOC/MOS/ASI is removed from an RC MI assignment for security reasons, all access will be suspended during the term of the subsequent investigation. Full details of the circumstances causing the removal will be provided through channels to CG, ARPERCEN, the applicable MACOM commander, USARC, or TAG, as appropriate. The suspension action will also be coordinated with Commander, U.S. Army Central Personnel Security Clearance Facility (CCF). The Commander, CCF will provide a final determination of clearance eligibility. If the clearance is withdrawn or eligibility for access to SCI is denied, action will be taken through command channels to withdraw the person's controlled or cryptologic AOC/MOS/ASI, eliminate the person from MI, and/or take other action as appropriate.

2.10 Unit recruitment and assignment policies

a. Intelligence qualified soldiers released or pending release from active duty (REFRAD) will be aggressively recruited for RC MI unit positions.

b. Both REFRAD and USAR MI soldiers having critical language and AOC/MOS/ASI skills needed within RC MI will be provided opportunities for obtaining unit membership regardless of geographic proximity to a unit, under the provisions of the Military Intelligence Special Training Element (MISTE) program.

c. RC MI AOC/MOS/ASI qualified soldiers with active duty experience in their AOC/MOS/ASI will be given priority for accessions and assignments to available RC MI positions over other RC AOC/MOS/ASI qualified soldiers who lack experience in that AOC/MOS/ASI.

d. An officer selected to command an USAR MI unit will be the best qualified USAR MI officer available within the geographic area. Both (TPU) and non-unit officers will be considered for selection. Command assignments will be given to MI Branch and AOC-35 qualified officers who have substantial pertinent training and experience. Deviation from these selection criteria must be justified in writing through command channels to the appropriate MACOM commander or Commander, USARC.

e. Normally, USAR command tenure will be 3 years. A one-year extension may be granted by the MACOM or Commander, USARC. Commanders of MID(S) are subject to the additional selection criteria and different command tenure limitations, as prescribed in chapter 5.

2.11 Military Intelligence Special Training Element (MISTE)

The MISTE program allows MI soldiers an opportunity for a unit assignment even though they do not live geographically near an MI unit or a unit with MI positions. The purpose of MISTE is to enable the RC to access and retain prior service trained and experienced hard skill and linguist soldiers who reside in an area without MI MOS vacancies. MISTE soldiers train during IDT at a RTS-I, an RC unit, another Service Reserve Intelligence unit or attached to a nearby non MI unit, and attend AT with their assigned unit. MACOMs may establish MISTE programs for RC MI soldiers under their command and control. The MISTE program is centrally managed by the USARC.

3.0 Security and Administrative Procedures


3.1 Security procedures

3.2 Administrative procedures

3.3 Assignment procedures

3.1 Security procedures

a. Preparation and disposition of investigative forms will be per AR 380-67 and supplemental requirements.

b. Requests for investigations, security determinations, clearance certifications, and other security clearance related actions for members of RC MI units and soldiers assigned to RC unit MI positions will be forwarded directly to the appropriate MACOM or Commander, USARC, or TAG, ATTN: Intelligence and Security Division. Requests for other actions will be processed through command channels. Requests for waiver requiring approval of Commander, CCF, will

accompany the security clearance request packet.

c. Security clearance related actions for IRR and IMA soldiers will be forwarded directly to Commander, ARPERCEN, ATTN: DARP-ZSM.

d. Security clearance and SCI access requirements related to skills are identified in AR 611-101, AR 611-112, and AR 611-201 and paragraph 2-2. Those related to positions in units are identified in the base Table of Organization and Equipment (TOE) and/or in the remarks section of the authorization document. Established security clearance requirements must be made known to those activities processing personnel actions.

3.2 Administrative procedures

a. Soldiers seeking assignment to RC MI positions will when applicable, undergo an appropriate security interview, according to DA Pam 600-8. Final authority to assign soldiers to MI positions rests with the CG, ARPERCEN for USAR AGR and non-unit USAR soldiers; the appropriate MACOM commander or Commander, USARC, for USAR unit personnel; and TAG, for ARNG personnel.

b. A person who otherwise meets the conditions for assignment to a RC MI unit or position as stated in this regulation may be assigned or attached conditionally to that RC MI unit or position. This will be until the application is processed and the required security clearance is issued. The following exceptions will apply:

(1) No person will be assigned or attached until the required application and completed Personnel Security Investigation (PSI) forms required by AR 380-67 are submitted to the Defense Investigative Service.

(2) Non-prior service applicants may be ordered to active duty to complete basic training before the CCF has made a final security determination. However, no applicant requiring clearances will be ordered to advanced individual training (AIT) or a Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) course before CCF has made a security determination either through the security clearance request process or the Personnel Security Screening Program (PSSP). Effective 1 April 1991, all new non-prior service RC MI enlistees requiring BI or SBI will have their security packets processed at the Military Enlistment Processing Site (MEPS) by the security interviewer in the same manner as Active Army personnel recruited for MI MOSs/ASIs. They will be processed through the PSSP at the reception station and given a CCF determination during their first week of active duty.

(3) Soldiers seeking entry into a CI controlled MOS (35E/97B) must have their MI application package, including a CI agent interview, approved and must be accepted unconditionally before CI training may commence.

c. Clearance certificates, DA Form 873 (Certificate of Clearance and/or Security Determination), and other clearance documents, will be filed in the member's Military Personnel Records Jacket (MPRJ) or with reception station enlistment documents before the member reports to AIT.

d. Officers will not be ordered to MI Officers Basic Course (OBC) until the CCF has granted a favorable determination of their eligibility for SCI access.

e. Soldiers seeking MI IMA positions will not be assigned prior to the award of the appropriate MOS, security clearance, and access eligibility. ARPERCEN in coordination with the MACOM agency, may waive this requirement and make assignment pending favorable final determination.

3.3 Assignment procedures

a. Applicants for assignment to RC MI positions will complete the following:

(1) The standard application documents required by the command, showing the AOC/MOS/ASI of the vacancy to be filled and the level of clearance required.

(2) Request and justification for waiver for other than security criteria, citing the specific regulation. If a request for waiver is disapproved, the CG, ARPERCEN, the MACOM Commander, Commander, USARC, or TAG, as appropriate, will be notified immediately so that the request for PSI, if any, may be canceled.

(3) Required forms for PSI per AR 380-67 and supplementing documents.

b. The CG, ARPERCEN may assign a qualified non-unit USAR MI soldier to an RC MI position as follows:

(1) To a USAR unit MI position either upon request by the unit through its chain of command or when neither the MACOM, USARC, nor the MUSARC commander has been able to identify and assign a qualified individual. All such assignments must be coordinated through the appropriate MACOM or the USARC and the gaining MUSARC, as applicable.

(2) To an ARNG unit with concurrence of TAG.

(3) To an RC MI IMA position in an Active Army unit, agency, installation or element with IMA vacancies on their mobilization staffing documents in coordination with the gaining command, agency, or installation.

4.0 Training


4.1 Individual AOC/MOS/ASI training and qualification

4.2 Linguist training

4.3 Unit training responsibilities and priorities

4.4 RC-configured training programs

4.5 Real World intelligence mission training

4.6 Channels of communication

4.1 Individual AOC/MOS/ASI training and qualification

a. Course content and standards for RC MI AOC/MOS/ASI qualification courses will be comparable to those for Active Army MI AOC/MOS/ASI qualification.

b. The preferred method for MI AOC/MOS/ASI qualification is attendance at the resident course of instruction. Acceptable alternatives to AOC/MOS/ASI training are attendance at one of the FORSCOM CONUSA USARFS-I, RC courses taught by either USAIC&FH, U.S. Army Intelligence School, Ft. Devens, (USAISD), or other methods approved by CG, Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) in coordination with the Office of the Chief, Army Reserve (OCAR) and the Commander, USAIC&FH. The training of National Guard soldiers also will be coordinated with the NGB and/or TAG.

c. Award of a MI AOC/MOS/ASI requires a favorable security determination at the level required for that AOC/MOS/ASI and an USAIC&FH, USAISD, or USARFS-I School awarded diploma for completion of the required AOC/MOS/ASI instruction.

Exceptions as follows are recognized for:

(1) Awarding Army Civilian Acquired Skills Program (ACASP) AOC/MOS/ASI's. Those MI AOC/MOS/ASIs which can be awarded as allowed by AR 601-210 which describes the ACASP, per the applicable portions of AR 10-5, AR 611-101, AR 611-112, AR 611-201, AR 614-200, NGR 600-100, NGR 600-101 or NGR 600-200 shall be awarded as specified in the governing regulations.

(2) The 33 Career Management Field (CMF). TRADOC may recommend the award of a 33-series MOS based on prior education, skills, and experience, or as allowed by AR 601-210 and AR 611-201.

(3) Aviation officers (15C AOC) and aviation warrant officers with MI associated flight reatings. Aviator AOCs and MOSs are governed by Aviation Branch regulations and policies.

d. Forward waivers to standards of MI AOC/MOS/ASI qualification to Commander, ARPERCEN, 9700 Page Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63132, for USAR AGR and non-unit soldiers (ATTN: DARP-OPD-MI/CA-FAO for officers and ATTN: DARP-EPD-MI/MP for enlisted); to Commander, USARC, ATTN: AFRC-IN, Fort McPherson, GA 30330 for assigned USAR unit soldiers; and for ARNG soldiers to NGB, Wash, DC 20310 (ATTN: NGB-ARP-E for enlisted, and ATTN: NGB-ARP-O for officers). For soldiers in RC MI positions assigned to U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR), U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC), or U.S. Army Pacific (USARPAC), waiver requests will be forwarded to that command's intelligence staff.

e. Until soldiers in RC MI TPU positions are AOC/MOS/ASI qualified and, when required, language qualified, initial MI skill acquisition training should have priority over routine AT with their unit of assignment. Active duty for training (ADT) or inactive duty training (IDT) may be used for or may be taken in addition to AT for initial MI skill acquisition.

4.2 Linguist training

a. Prior service (Active or Reserve) MI MOS and language qualified soldiers will be the priority target population for accession into RC MI positions. Basic language acquisition training for non-prior service initial entry trainees who are not already language qualified through civilian acquired skills will be accomplished in residence at the Defense Language Institute, Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC), Presidio of Monterey, CA., or at a site approved through DLIFLC. Quotas for RC soldiers are limited. Therefore every effort must be made to acquire language qualified soldiers.

b. For prior service soldiers, exceptions to attending the resident course at DLIFLC will be considered only when an alternative approved by TAG or the MACOM language manager is available for acquiring foreign language skills.

c. No Government funded qualifying language training will be provided for individuals whose DLAB score is below the cutoff listed in AR 611-6.

d. Unit commanders may excuse soldiers from the language training portion of AIT when their DLPT scores demonstrate adequate foreign language proficiency per AR 611-6.

e. MI unit commanders will forward requests for language training through command channels to the MUSARC or TAGs as appropriate. The MUSARC commanders and TAGs will request, allocate quotas, and provide funds for language training at the Defense Language Institute (DLI).

f. Eligible RC MI linguists may obtain language training assistance from DLIFLC, Presidio of Monterey, CA 93944-5006 per AR 350-20, in the form of language course materials or on-site language instruction.

4.3 Unit training responsibilities and priorities

a. CG, INSCOM may provide technical MI advice and assistance to the CONUSAs, USARC, MACOMS, FORSCOM, and TAGs for RC MI EAC units.

(1) Requests for technical MI advice and assistance will be coordinated through the MACOM or USARC commanders or TAG. RC MI units at EAC which are integral to INSCOM's subordinate commands are authorized direct coordination with their INSCOM CAPSTONE units.

(2) Training will be conducted according to applicable Soldiers Manuals, Army Mission Training Plans (AMTP), and Army Training and Evaluation Programs (ARTEP) or other approved training directives and regulations.

b. MACOM, USARC, and CONUSA commanders have command of and training responsibility for USAR units and IMA soldiers. Adjutants general have command of and training responsibility for assigned ARNG units.

c. Training will take maximum advantage of the tactical intelligence REDTRAIN program (AR 350-3) to include the use of Regional Training Sites-Intelligence (RTS-I), Active Army sites and installations, approved live environment training opportunities, and other approved activities during IDT, ADT, and AT. The training must be tactical in nature and must enhance the soldier's AOC/MOS/ASI and/or language skills.

d. Maintenance of MI technical and foreign language skills will be given high priority during IDT. Continuing skill training and periodic diagnostic testing at a RTS-I or functional equivalent is required for all MI MOS qualified RC unit soldiers as part of their training program and career development.

e. Active DA/DOD organizations and units accepting IMA and IRR MI soldiers are responsible for their training and will assign them skill enhancing training projects for AT, ADT, and IDT per AR 140-1.

f. RC MI unit commanders with foreign language mission requirements will establish foreign language training programs per AR 350-20, chapter 3. Programs recognized and approved under AR 350-20 are eligible for language training materials, services, and support from the Non-Resident Training Division, DLIFLC, Presidio of Monterey, CA 93944-5006.

4.4 RC-configured training programs

a. RC configured training programs will be comparable in scope and content to Active Army POIs, but may be tailored to fit RC time constraints, resource limitations, or other special considerations.

b. The USARFS-I provides intelligence AOC/MOS/ASI and professional development instruction to RC soldiers. Commander, FORSCOM is responsible for supervising the USARFS-I program, establishing and maintaining their Tables of Distribution and Allowances (TDA), and giving staff guidance.

c. The mode of instruction may be adapted to RC requirements and conditions by the proponent agency or with the concurrence of the proponent agency. Phases and portions of RC instruction which do not require use of classified information may be taught by USARFS-I or by correspondence with the concurrence of the proponent agency.

d. IMA Detachments and MI Reinforcement Training Units (RTUs) may be organized under AR 140-1, paragraphs 2-10 and 3-23 to perform MI RC training or missions. Such IMA detachments and RTUs will--

(1) Have five or more RC MI soldiers or Foreign Area Officers (FAO) enrolled, drilling for IDT retirement points, one of whom will be a commissioned or warrant officer. The senior commissioned or warrant officer will be designated as the detachment or RTU commander.

(2) Have specific proponent agency or headquarters which has agreed to function as its sponsoring agency.

(3) Enter into a Sponsorship Agreement between the proponent agency and the detachment or RTU commander detailing the support arrangements, rating scheme, reporting of retirement points earned, mission requirements, and training program for the detachment. (see fig 4-1 for a model TPO/MTP which may be modified for Detachment or RTU use).

(4) IMAs, IMA detachments, and members of MI RTUs may participate in paid IDT drills when authorized and funded by OCAR and approved by their MACOM.

4.5 Real World intelligence mission training

RC soldiers and units may undertake operational intelligence missions as a part of their training. Such missions will be tasked through the USARC DCSINT and given to RC MI units or IMAs by their unit of affiliation, CAPSTONE unit or agency, sponsor, or agency of assignment. These missions will be coordinated and assigned through command and intelligence reporting channels under AR 381-10 before they are undertaken. INSCOM will coordinate all operational intelligence missions that address Headquarters, DA requirements.

4.6 Channels of communication

RC MI units assigned operational intelligence missions may be authorized by the approving authority to communicate directly on technical matters between each other, with other intelligence organizations, and with the supported agency on matters relating to technical and logistic aspects of the assigned missions.



(Office symbol)(Date)


FOR: HQDA (DAMI-RA), WASH, DC 20310-1001

SUBJECT: Training Program Outline/Mission Training Plan Format

1. Title: National Joint Military Intelligence Center Support.

2. Purpose or objective: Provide IMA weekend augmentation


3. Scope: Provide IMA watch officers for weekend augmentation.

4. Time-frame of project: IMA watch officers will be provided on

the 1st and 3rd weekends of each month.

5. Estimated date of completion: Each 1st and 3rd weekend of the

month and will be ongoing for entire year.

6. Essential elements of analysis: Would serve as a 24 hour POC

for intelligence requests. Monitor regional trends/issues on a

24 hour basis.

7. Sources of information: DIA and CIA intelligence reports.

Open source news agencies.

8. Personnel qualification requirements: As specified on the

authorization documents for the unit. FAO qualification and

appropriate language for the designated area of operations.

9. Security requirements:

a. SCI access required throughout the year.

b. TOP SECRET clearance required.

c. The DA SSO will support security clearance and SCI

administration for the unit in its IDT, AT, and mobilization


10. Annual training dates: The annual training dates will be

from 7 July to 19 July 1992.

11. Funding requirements: $150,000 will be required for travel

and per diem, and 300 man-day spaces (other than unit AT)

required to support the project.


13. Distribution:

a. Original to appropriate commander.

b. Information copy to Commander, FORSCOM, ATTN: FCJ2-RC, Ft

McPherson, GA 30330-6000.

c. Information copy to Commander, supported agency.


Figure 4-1. TPO/MTP format

5.0 Military Intelligence Detachments (Strategic) (MID(S))


5.1 Organization

5.2 Mission

5.3 Assignment to a Strategic MI Detachment (MID(S))

5.4 MID(S) Training

5.5 Administration

5.1 Organization

MID(S) are organized only in the USAR to conduct strategic intelligence research, analysis, production, and collection in support of DOD/DA agencies and commands, under FORSCOM administration, command and control. There are two major groupings of MID(S): units oriented on geographic areas and units whose functional areas are medical/life sciences, scientific, or technical. Requirements for skills in the MID(S) which are not explicitly identified in the MID(S)

(Military Table of Organization and Equipment (MTOE) will be identified in the TPO. These skills will differ within each of the technical disciplines and are not necessarily interchangeable among the various MID(S).

5.2 Mission

MID(S) will conduct strategic intelligence research, analysis, and production in support of DOD/DA agencies or commands. As their primary peacetime training mission, MID(S) produce finished intelligence for their supported agencies during IDT and AT.

5.3 Assignment to a Strategic MI Detachment (MID(S))

a. The MID(S) program requires soldiers who are professionally qualified in the specific fields of a geographic area, medical/life science, scientific, technical military intelligence, or intelligence analysis.

b. Assignment or attachment to a MID(S) requires a favorable Special Background Investigation (SBI) and the Commander, CCF determination of eligibility for access to SCI.

c. It is desirable that MID(S) soldiers be affiliated with the institution or agency with which the MID(S) has an affiliation agreement or with an institution or agency with a similar functional mission.

d. Although a graduate degree is desirable, officers assigned to MID(S) must possess a bachelor's degree; and one of the degrees should be in a field related to the units mission. Assignment preference shall be given to officers who are MI Branch (AOC-35), or FAO functional area (AOC-48/ASI) qualified.

e. Officers selected to command area studies MID(S) must also--

(1) Be an MI Branch qualified colonel or lieutenant colonel.

(2) Have served at least 2 years in RC MI assignments within the previous 7 years.

(3) Possess at least one of the additional following qualifications--

(a) Have at least 7 years experience and/or study in a field related to the unit's mission.

(b) Have DLPT scores of 2 or better in listening, reading, and speaking a foreign language applicable to a geographic area related to the unit's mission.

f. Officers selected to command medical/life science, scientific, or technical MID(S) must also--

(1) Be a colonel or lieutenant colonel who is either MI Branch qualified or qualified in a medical/life science, scientific, or technical area pertinent to the unit mission.

(2) Have at least 7 years experience and/or study in a field related to the unit's or supported agency mission.

g. If a prospective MID(S) commander meets the applicable criteria above, the USARC commander may appoint the officer. Prior to appointment, the USARC commander must forward the nominee's packet to the supported agency and, if applicable, to the sponsoring organization for their comments. Once the appointment has been made, an information copy of the nomination packet will forwarded to Commander, FORSCOM, ATTN: FCJ2.

h. If the prospective commander lacks one or more of the preceding qualifications, FORSCOM approval is required. The USARC commander will forward the nomination packet, after the coordination indicated above, with a recommendation to Commander, FORSCOM, ATTN: FCJ2, for approval. These packets will be forwarded to FORSCOM 90 days before the expiration of the incumbent commander's tour.

i. The normal command tenure of a MID(S) commander is 4 years. The tenure may be extended on an annual basis with the concurrence of the appropriate CONUSA, MUSARC commander, and the supported agency. Only two 1 year extensions of command tenure will be granted.

j. Warrant officers assigned to MID(S) must possess an associates degree or its equivalent in credit hours, preferably in a field related to the unit mission. Assignment preference will be given to warrant officers who are MI MOS qualified.

k. Enlisted soldiers assigned to MID(S) must satisfy at least one of the following qualifications in addition to those listed in paragraphs 5-3a and 5-3b above:

(1) Have completed or be pursuing a college-level course of study in a field related to the unit's mission.

(2) Have been employed in a field related to the unit's mission.

(3) Have been REFRAD after the award of and service in an MI AOC/MOS/ASI AC assignment.

l. Requests for waiver of any required qualifications for assignment to a MID(S) will be forwarded through command channels to the USARC commander.

m. Non-MI soldiers assigned to medical/life science, scientific or technical MID(S) are exempt from meeting the MI AOC/MOS/ASI requirements established by the unit authorization documents if they possess specific skills required by the MID(S) TPO/MTP for their duty position. This exemption does not preclude non-MI soldiers from seeking the duty AOC/MOS/ASI or applying for transfer to the MI Branch or to a MI CMF.

5.4 MID(S) Training

a. MID(S) will maintain the minimum training standards of AR 350-1. They will also be trained per approved, annually updated TPO/MTP. A sample format for a TPO/MTP is found in figure 4-1. The attainment of training standards will be determined by the chain of command through--

(1) Observation and evaluation of IDT and AT.

(2) Evaluation by the supported agency of finished intelligence products prepared by the MID(S).

b. The MID(S) commander will prepare or update the original TPO/MTP AT, with the concurrence of the supported agency, and will submit the TPO/MTP directly to the appropriate USARC commander no later than 60 days after completion of AT. The USARC commander can amend, and will approve and return the TPO/MTP through the chain of command. An information copy of the approved TPO/MTP will be provided by the USARC to Commander, FORSCOM, ATTN: FCJ2-RC. If amended, the USARC will provide a copy to the supported agency.

c. The primary mission of a MID(S) during IDT is completion of assigned intelligence projects. MID(S) are exempt from training requirements determined not to be mission essential by the TPO/MTP approving authority. At least 75 percent of the IDT time will be devoted to training per AR 350-1 and the unit TPO/MTP.

(1) Sufficient training time will be allocated to satisfy mandatory Army training requirements, such as skill development tests, weapons qualification, physical training tests, and other Common Task Training/Test (CTT) items.

(2) MID(S) soldiers will not be required to take part in field training or equipment maintenance other than maintenance of their personal weapons, nuclear biological chemical protective gear, and equipment used in required CTT.

(3) Due to lack of internal administrative support, necessary reports will, when possible, be prepared by the unit to which the MID(S) is subordinate or attached for administrative support. MID(S) commanders will establish and maintain frequent liaison with the appropriate MUSARC commander and staff to communicate the MID(S) mission and status, and to avoid undue administrative burdens being placed on the unit.

(4) Soldiers performing research in facilities open to the public will wear appropriate civilian clothing. This is in accordance with AR 140-1. Split training assemblies by MID(S) are authorized to conduct research in libraries, laboratories, and other facilities.

d. MID(S) normally will perform AT each year with their supported agency. The supported agency is responsible for the following actions--

(1) Reporting to their USARC by 1 October of each year the next year's AT date, place, and point of contact to whom the unit will report. (See exempt reports in AR 335-15, para 7-2).

(2) Providing, arranging or coordinating lodging, mess, pay, and such other support to which USAR soldiers on AT are entitled.

(3) Preparing and forwarding to the rater, input to the officer evaluation report (OER) for the MID(S) commander.

(4) Obtaining travel, theater, area, and country clearances as necessary for MID(S) performing OCONUS training.

(5) Coordinating with the USARC to provide the appropriate unit AT evaluation.

e. MID(S) are exempt from submitting pre-camp records on training schedules and logistic support in connection with AT. Equipment will not accompany MID(S) unless specifically directed by the supported agency or by the Commander, FORSCOM.

f. If so directed by their supported agency, MID(S) will be responsible for developing a Mission Essential Task List (METL) and training schedule for AT to include basic soldier skills required by AR 350-1.

g. MID(S) soldiers are authorized individual travel to AT.

h. MID(S) are exempted from preparing mobilization station training schedules.

i. MID(S) are responsible for mobilization planning actions involving alert notification, disposition of station property, unit property, and personnel records.

5.5 Administration

a. Because MID(S) are not authorized administrative support personnel or unit equipment, MID(S) will be attached to another unit for administrative and logistical support. No other unit will be attached to a MID(S). The appropriate MUSARC commander will designate the organization to which a MID(S) is attached for administration, mess, maintenance, and supply. Each MID(S) and the organization to which it is attached for administrative and logistical support will negotiate a memorandum of understanding (MOU). The MOU will describe in sufficient detail the support to be provided the MID(S), including technical support. A copy of the attachment orders and the MOU will be forwarded to the USARC commander.

b. MID(S) are not required to maintain a library of Army regulations, supply and maintenance publications, and manuals.

c. ARPERCEN may attach otherwise eligible USAR IRR and IMA soldier to a MID(S) in an over-strength non-pay status for training and retirement points only. MUSARC commanders likewise may attach qualified unit soldiers for training.

d. If a new affiliation with a civilian or non-DOD government organization is sought, the MID(S) commander should submit a recommended affiliation request through the chain of command to Commander, FORSCOM, ATTN: FCJ2-RC. The Commander, FORSCOM is responsible for contacting prospective sponsors, concluding and terminating affiliation agreements, and managing and supervising the affiliation program.

e. MID(S) commanders will submit biographic summaries on MID(S) soldiers to Commander, USARC, ATTN: AFRC-IN, Ft McPherson, GA 30330, within 60 days after an individual is assigned or attached. The PMOS/PAOC is the MOS/AOC required for the position. Indicate whether enrolled in an FAO program or if awarded an FAO ASI. List all civilian work experience related to the unit mission. The basic active service date is for AGR officers only. Commanders of MID(S), list address, home telephone, and business telephone. A revised summary will be submitted when information on the individual affecting mission capability changes. The USARC will review the biographic summaries annually for proper use of soldiers, currency of data, and assessing unit capabilities. The MID(S) will notify the USARC to delete summaries on departed soldiers within 60 days of departure. The biographic summaries will be prepared in a narrative style (see example in figure 5-1) and contain the following as a minimum:


SCARETY, William George 000-00-0000(Date) @emsp;

Captain, Military Intelligence, USAR

Date and Place of Birth: 4 July 1960, Los Angeles, CA 60001


Foreign Language Proficiency: Russian L 3, R 3, S 3, DLPT 920522

Home Address: 17 Shirley Road, Lancaster, PA 20310

Present Assignment: Commander, 484th MI Det, Stoddard USARC, 25 N.

Lake Ave., Worcester, MA 01605.

Civilian Occupation: President, Price Consulting Corporation,

Lancaster, PA.

Enlisted Service: None

Source and Date of Commission: ROTC, 26 June 1983

Mandatory Removal Date: 25 July 2005

Basic Active Service Date: (AGR officer only)

Total Years Active Federal Service: Over 4 years

Total Years of Military Service: Over 10 years

Military Schools Attended and Year Completed:

Military Intelligence Center and School, Military Intelligence Officer Basic

Course (Resident)--10 May 1984

Military Intelligence Center and School, Military Intelligence Officer Advance

Course (Resident)--7 June 1988

Civilian Education:

4 Years, High School, Lodi, CA--Graduated 1978

4 Years, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN--BA (International

Business) 1979-1983

2 Years, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA--MBA (International Economics)


US Decorations/Badges and Year Awarded:

Army Commendation Medal--1990

National Defense Service Medal--1987

Army Service Ribbon--1984

Chronological Record of Duty Assignments:

USAR--Not on Active Duty

Control Group (Reinforcement)--From Jul 81 to May 83

Active Duty

Platoon Leader, Company A, 126th MI BN--From Jul 83 to June 87

USAR--Not on Active Duty

Operations Officer, (IMA) 484th STRAT-MID--From July 87 to



Figure 5-1. Biographic Summary Example

A.0 Appendix A. References

Section I

Required Publications

AR 10-87

Major Army Commands in the Continental United States. (Cited in para 1-4 i.)

AR 11-30

CAPSTONE Program. (Cited in para 1-4 g.)

AR 140-1

Army Reserve Mission, Organization, and Training. (Cited in paras 4-3 e, 4-4d.)

AR 350-20

Management of the Defense Foreign Language Program. (Cited in paras 4-2 f, 4-3f.)

Section II

Referenced Publications

AR 10-5

Department of the Army, Organization and Functions.

AR 135-18

Active Guard Reserve (AGR) Program.

AR 135-100

Appointment of Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the Army.

AR 140-10

Army Reserve Assignments, Attachments, Details, and Transfers.

AR 220-10

Preparation for Overseas Movement of Units (POM).

AR 335-15

Management Information Control System.

AR 350-3

Tactical Intelligence Readiness Training.

AR 350-9

Overseas Deployment Training (ODT).

AR 380-28

(C) Department of the Army Special Security System (U).

AR 380-67

Personnel Security Program.

AR 381-10

US Army Intelligence Activities.

AR 381-20

U.S. Army Counterintelligence Activities.

AR 600-9

The Army Weight Control Program.

NGR 600-100

Commissioned Officers Federal Recognition and Related Personnel Actions.

NGR 600-101

Warrant Officers Federal Recognition and Related Personnel Actions.

NGR 600-200

Enlisted Personnel Management.

AR 601-210

Regular Army and Army Reserve Enlisted Program.

AR 604-10

Military Personnel Security Program.

AR 611-6

Army Linguist Management.

AR 611-101

Personnel Selection and Classification, Commissioned Officer Classification


AR 611-112

Personnel Selection and Classification, Manual of Warrant Officer Occupational


AR 611-201

Enlisted Career Management Fields and Military Occupational Specialties.

AR 614-200

Selection of Enlisted Soldiers for Training and Assignment.

DA Pam 600-8

Management and Administrative Procedures.

Section III

Prescribed Forms

This section contains no entries.

Section IV

Referenced Forms

DA Form 873

Certificate of Clearance and/or Security Determination.


Section I



Army Civilian Acquired Skills Program


active duty for training


Active Guard Reserve


Army Intelligence Agency


Advanced Individual Training


Army Mission Training Plan


Area of Concentration


Army National Guard


U.S. Army Reserve Personnel Center


Army Training and Evaluation Program


Additional Skill Identifier


annual training


Chief, Army Reserve


U.S. Army Central Personnel Security Clearance Facility




career management field


(Numbered 1, 2, 4, 5, 6) continental U.S. Army


Common Task Training/Test


Department of the Army/Department of Defense


Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence


Defense Language Aptitude Battery


Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center


Defense Language Proficiency Test


Echelons above Corps


Foreign Area Officer


Forces Command


Headquarters, Department of the Army


inactive duty training


Individual Mobilization Augmentation


Army Intelligence and Security Command


Individual Ready Reserve


major army command


Minimum Essential Equipment for Training


Military Entrance Processing Station


Military Intelligence


Military Intelligence Detachment (Strategic)


Military Intelligence Special Training Element


military occupational specialty


memorandum of understanding


Military Personnel Records Jacket, U.S. Army


Modified Table of Organization and Equipment


Mission Training Plan


major U.S. Army Reserve command


National Guard Regulation


Officers Basic Course


Office of the Chief, Army Reserve


outside continental United States


Program of Instruction


Personnel Security Investigation


Pulmonary Upper Lower Extremities Hearing Eyes Psychological


Reserve component


Readiness Training


release from active duty


Regional Training Sites-Intelligence


Reinforcement Training Unit


Special Background Investigation


Sensitive Compartmented Information


Special Security Officer/Office


The Army Equipment Distribution Plan


The Adjutants General (National Guard)


Table of Distribution and Allowances


Training Program Outline


troop program unit


U.S. Army Intelligence Center and Fort Huachuca


U.S. Army; Intelligence School, Ft. Devens


United States Army Reserve


U.S. Army Reserve Command


U.S. Army Europe


U.S. Army Pacific


United States Army Reserve Forces


United States Army Reserve Forces School, Intelligence


U.S. Army Special Operations Command


U.S. Army Special Security Group

Section II



Program whereby RC units plan and train in peacetime with the units they will mobilize, deploy, and fight with in wartime.

Military Intelligence Areas of Concentration, Military Occupational

Specialties, and Additional Skill Identifiers (MI AOC/MOS/ASI)

Those officer branches and areas of concentration (AOC), warrant officer military occupational specialties (MOS), and enlisted soldier career management fields (CMF) which are used to designate military intelligence personnel assets, to include the 35-series AOCs and the 15C aviation AOC for commissioned officers, the 350-series MOSs for warrant officers, and the 33, 96, 97, and 98 CMFs of enlisted soldiers, and their associated additional skill identifiers (ASI) as identified in AR 611-101, AR 611-112 and AR 611-201.

Military Intelligence Detachment (Strategic) (MID(S))

MID(S) are organized only in the USAR to conduct strategic intelligence research, analysis, production, and collection.

MI Special Training Element (MISTE)

Program to enable RC MI soldiers, geographically distant from RC MI unit positions, to belong to an RC MI unit.

Mission Training Plan (MTP)

Descriptive training document which provides units a clear description of "what" and "how" to train to achieve wartime mission proficiency. MTPs elaborate on wartime missions in terms of comprehensive training and evaluation outlines. The MTP provide exercise concepts and related training management aids to assist field commanders in the planning and execution of effective unit training.

Reserve Components (RC)

The Reserve components of the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve.


In this regulation "soldiers" includes enlisted soldiers, warrant officers, and commissioned officers.

The Adjutants General (TAG)

The Army National Guard general officers who exercise authority over ARNG forces in states and other political jurisdictions of the U.S., including the territories, possessions, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and District of Columbia.

Section III

Special abbreviations and terms

This section contains no entries.


This index is organized alphabetically by topic and by subtopic within a topic.

Topics and subtopics are identified by paragraph number.

Active Guard and Reserve (AGR), 1-1a, 2-5, 2-6d, 3-2a, 4-1d.

Areas of Concentration (AOC), 1-4b2, 1-4c(2), 1-4d(2), 1-4e, 1-4f,

1-4i(2), 1-4k(1)(3), 2-1a, 2-2a, 2-2b(1)(2)(3), 2-3b, 2-5, 2-6, 2-9c,

2-10b, 2-10c, 2-10d, 3-3a(1), 4-1, 4-3c, 4-4b, fig 4-1, 5-3d, 5-3k(3),


15C Aviation, 4-1c(3).

35-series, 2-6a, 2-10d, 5-4c.

48-series, 5-4d.

award of, 1-4b, 1-4c, 1-4d, 4-1c.

Army Reserve Personnel Center (ARPERCEN), 1-4b, 1-4h(4), 1-4i(5), 1-4k(2),

2-6d, 2-9b, 2-9c, 3-1c, 3-2a, 3-3a(2), 3-3b, 4-1d, 5-5c.

Assignments, 2-1, 2-3, 2-4, 3-3, 3-3a, 3-3b(1).

counter-intelligence, 2-1c, 3-2b(3).

limitations, 2-1c, 2-1d, 2-2, 3-2e.

geographic limitations, 2-10b, 2-10d, 2-11.

non-retainables, 2-3d, 2-9.

MID(S), 5-3, 5-3b, d, 5-4.

Aviation, 4-1c(3).

CAPSTONE Program, 1-4h(5), 2-2b(4), 4-3a(1), 4-5.

Career Management Fields (CMF), 4-1c(2).

Command, 1-4c(1), 2-10d.

appointment to, 2-10d, 5-4.

responsibilities of, 1-4a, 2-2b(4), 2-2b(5), 2-2b(7), 2-6d, 2-9b, 2-9c, 4-3b.

tenure in, 2-10e, 5-4i.

Commissioned Officers, 2-1a, 2-1b, 2-6a, 2-10d, 3-2d.

Counter-Intelligence, 2-1c, 3-2b(3).

Educational requirements, 1-1b, 1-4k(3), 2-6c, d, 4-1c(2), 5-4.

Foreign Area Officers (FAO), 4-1d, 4-4d(1), 5-3d.

Forms, 3-1a, 3-3a(3).

DA Form 873, 3-2c.

Individual Mobilization Augmentees (IMA), 1-4a, 1-4b(2), 2-3a(1), 3-1c,

3-2e, 3-3b(3), 4-3b, 4-3f, 4-4d.

detachments, 1-4a, 1-4j, 2-2b(4), 4-4d.

training of, 4-3b, 4-3f, 4-5, 5-5c.

Individual Ready Reserve (IRR), 1-4b(2), 3-1c, 4-3e, fig 4-1, 5-5c.

Intelligence Missions, 1-4c, 4-5.

Linguists, 2-3, 2-3d.

testing of, 2-2b.

training of, 2-2a, 2-3b, c, 4-2, 4-3e, 4-3g.

recruiting of, 2-2a.

Military Enlistment Processing Sites (MEPS), 3-2b(2).

Military Intelligence Detachment (STRATEGIC), 1-1c, 1-3b(5), 1-4a, 1-4c,

1-4g, 2-2b, 2-4, 2-8, 2-10e, 5-1, 5-2, 5-3, 5-4, 5-5, 5-6.

administration of, 1-1c, 1-4c(5), 1-4i, 5-6.

assignment to, 5-4.

command of, 2-10e.

medical/life sciences, 2-4, 5-4a, 5-4f.

missions of, 5-2.

organization of, 5-1.

training of, 1-4h(2), 5-5, 5-6c.

MI Special Training Element (MISTE), 2-10b, 2-11.

Military Occupational Specialties (MOS), 1-4b, 1-4c, 1-4i(2), 1-4k(1),

(3), 2-1c.

award of, 1-4b(2), 1-4c(2), 1-4d, e, f, 2-1c, 2-2a, b, 2-3b, 2-5, 2-6, 2-9c, 2-10b,

c, 2-11, 3-2b(2), 3-2e, 4-1, 4-2, 4-3, 4-4, 5-3j, 5-3k(3), 5-3m.

33-series, 4-1c(2).

35E, 3-2b(3).

97B, 3-2b(3).

National Guard, 1-1, 1-2b(2), 2-1b, 3-3b(2), 4-1b, 4-1d.

National Guard Bureau, 1-4g, 2-6d, 4-1b, 4-1d.

Peace Corps (restrictions), 2-1d.

Physical (medical) Standards, 1-4j, 2-5, 2-7.

REDTRAIN, 1-4, 1-4a(1), 1-4i(4), 4-3c.

Regional Training Site-Intelligence, 2-11, 4-3b, d.

Release from Active Duty (REFRAD), 2-10a, 2-10b.

Reserve Component (RC) Personnel, 1-1, 1-4c, 1-4h(3), 1-4i, j, k, 2-1,

2-2, 2-3, 2-6, 2-7, 2-9, 2-10, 2-11, 3-1, 3-2, 3-3, 4-1, 4-2, 4-3, 4-4,

4-5, 4-6, 5-3.

Schools, 1-4b(1), 1-4e, 1-4g, 4-1a, 4-4b, 4-4c.

language, 4-2, 4-3f.

Security Clearance, 1-1d, 1-4c, 1-4j, 1-4k(1), 2-2, 2-5, 3-1, 3-2, fig


interim, 2-2b(7).

interview, 3-2a, 3-2b.

one-time access, 2-2b(6).

revocation, 2-9c.

validation, 2-2b(7).

Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI), 1-1d, 1-4a, 1-4c(6), 1-4j, 2-2,

2-2b, 2-5, 2-7, 2-9c, 3-1d, 3-2d, fig 4-1, 5-3b, 5-4b.

Skill Identifier

Additional (ASI), 1-4b(2), 1-4c(2), 1-4d(2), 1-4e, f, 2-3b, 2-5, 2-9c, 2-10b, c,

3-2b(2), 3-3, 4-1, 4-3, 4-4, fig 5-1.

Award of, 1-4b, c, d.

The Adjutants General, (TAG), 1-4d, 2-6d, 2-9b, c, 3-1b, 3-2a, 3-3a(2),

3-3b(2), 4-1b, 4-2b, 4-2e, 4-3a.

Training, 1-4a(1), 1-4c, 1-4c(3), 1-4d(3), 1-4e, 1-4i, 1-4k(3), 3-2b(3),

4-1, 4-2, 4-3, 4-4, 4-5, 4-6, fig 4-1.

overseas, 1-4d.

real-world missions, 1-4c(4), 4-5.

technical support of, 4-3a(1).

unit, 2-2b(4), 2-3, 2-10d, 4-i.

USARF-I Schools, 1-4b, 4-1a, b, 4-4b, c.

MIDS, 1-4h(1), 5-4, 5-5.

Troop Program Units (TPU), 1-4c, 1-4h(3), 1-4i(2), 2-3a(1), 2-6d, 2-10d,


Waivers, 1-4i(2), 3-2e, 3-3a(2), 4-1d.

Warrant officers, 2-1b(4), 2-6b, 4-1c(3), 5-3j, 5-4j.