(interpretation; analysis; integration; deduction) (1-106)
FRAME 1-107. INFORMATION FRAME.
Panel 1-7 describes three examples of the items that an engineer intelligence officer may be called on to
produce in connection with the planning and execution of military operations. Certain of these would enter into the
planning of the commander and his staff, while others would be of interest primarily to the engineers themselves.
The three hypothetical military operations are a river crossing, seizure of an airhead, and establishment of a
defensive position. Notice that many of the items are identical for the three operations, some are similar, and a few
are needed only for the specialized operation. The collection effort is planned and conducted to meet the needs of
the particular situation.
END OF FRAMES