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IntelHub Presents: Framing and Studying Military Intelligence - Shared screen with speaker view
Kate Brannum
15:18
Waiting for a sleet storm here in Mass
Steve
16:38
Greetings from CA.
Sereena Karsou
17:08
Hello from New York
Reginald Smith
17:49
Good Morning from NC
M. Johnson
18:35
yes
Chuck Russo
18:36
Yes
Jeffrey Fox
19:19
Hi from Rocky Mount VA
K W
21:17
Hello from Leicester students :)
Nicole Drumhiller
21:52
Welcome everyone! Looks like we have nice global group here today.
Tracy Jones
22:39
Good morning.
David Jellas
24:51
Good morning to fellow friends from the US... David Jellas of Denmark, recently on the field kn Bosnia.
Michael Prasad
40:06
Would love to hear thoughts on the connection - and standardization of the planning process - to move from military intelligence into what I think of as emergency management intelligence - impacts to non-military/non-combatants in the AOR and elsewhere. Great example is occurring right now - it was undoubtably initially sourced from military/government intelligence that there would be cyber attacks in the Ukraine ahead of a physical attack, and that information/intelligence was shared/disseminated to the public weeks ago. How that decision flow worked - and can it be systemic rather than politicized - is what I am interested in seeking opinion on. Thank you.
Nicole Drumhiller
41:39
Michael given the diverse audience can you please write out AOR? Thanks.
M. Johnson
42:07
Mr. Prasad, could you elaborate on what you define as emergency management intelligence? My experience in this area is usually described as civil information.
Michael Prasad
43:03
Apologies: AOR - Area of Responsibility. In the context, it was meant to show that the alert about cyber attacks was disseminated to the public in all countries, not just in the Ukraine and surrounding nations.
Michael Prasad
46:31
I am also reminded of the work of Alan Turing, and how the British had cracked the Enigma coding device in World War 2, but had to be very selective as to how they released information to the military and others - and not the public - so they did not alert the Germans that their code had been broken.
David Jellas
49:29
The public was already prepared to properly receive the cyber attack info... Cognitive preprogrammed.. The cyber attack will come before the Russian military invasion... So if nothing happens... People are getting used to... Until the real invasion starts.. The old Russian psycho warfare.
Michael Prasad
50:16
M. Johnson - I see emergency management intelligence as the curation of other sources of intelligence, including potentially unclassified/declassified military intelligence - in support of an incident/disaster/emergency - whereby an incident is requiring multiple sources of actionable intelligence in support of the response and recovery missions of said disaster. So yes, it would be civilian use of intelligence.
David Jellas
50:28
Mr Prasad is correct
M. Johnson
51:37
got it, so utilizing the systems and findings to support recovery. Thank you
K W
57:56
Could Dr. David Strachan-Morris comment on his sources and inspirations on military intelligence failure?
Kate Brannum
58:19
This was really useful. Thank you!
M. Johnson
59:29
Dr. Morris, from your research and experience, do you think there is a shift in goals for intelligence in general? For example a shift from prediction (threat intelligence) to situational understanding (lifting the Fog of War)?
M. Johnson
01:00:54
Dr. Morris, regarding Intelligence Failures, do you have an opinion on root causes? Is it a failure in collection, analysis, or maybe even policy?
Tracy Jones
01:04:23
How does IO effect military intelligence as it relates to DOD's warfighting functions.
Bram Spoor
01:05:40
Dr. Morris, would you equate combat intel to intel as the doctrinal warfighting function? Any thoughts on the application of the cycle - meant for tactical combat if I'm right - to intel in general, in all it's forms?
angela joves
01:06:38
Dr. Morris, do you think enough is being done by the military to provide opportunities for entry level intel personnel to expand their education?
William Grevel
01:06:59
Intelligence Oversight (IO)
Tracy Jones
01:07:25
information operations
Don
01:08:53
FULL SPECTRUM IO encapsulates all war fighting disciplines, specifically IRT to JIPOE.
Booggy Chapra
01:10:01
Dr. Morris, what would be your recommendations to tackle cognitive overload or stovepiping in times of crisis (like what’s going on with Ukraine right now)? What is the role of combat intelligence in this? What needs to be changed?
FREDERIC MULIKA
01:10:39
What role can military intelligence can play in new international order?
Don
01:11:01
Joint Intelligence Preparation of the Operational Environment (political, strategic, operational & tactical levels).
David Jellas
01:12:16
How do we going to deal with the Russian unmanned POSEIDON sub nuclear missal hidden in the caves under deep see in International waters, being ready to blow up and create tsunami against the NATO COUNTY
markphythian
01:12:20
Thanks David!
Laura Hunter, Sr. Administrative Assistant
01:12:24
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Bill Kondracki
01:12:31
Thank you for your time and presentation today sir.
K W
01:12:43
Thank you!
Steve
01:12:47
Thanks very much for this product.
Chuck Russo
01:12:48
Thanks David!
angela joves
01:12:51
Thank you so much Dr.Morris
Terry Cooper
01:12:56
Thank you Sir!
Jacquie Johnson
01:12:57
Thank you!
Daniel Clark
01:12:57
Thanks David!
D.C. Rand
01:12:57
Great work Sir!