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(SAEDA) SUBVERSION & ESPIONAGE DIRECTED AGAINST THE US ARMY AR 381-12. The Threat. Purpose of this training.
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SUBVERSION & ESPIONAGE
DIRECTED AGAINST THE US ARMY
To establish policy, responsibility, and procedures for the recognition and prompt reporting of incidents of attempted or actual espionage, subversion, sabotage, and terrorism directed at DET 11 and the US ARMY.
Action: Receive SAEDA Brief
Condition: Classroom Environment
Standards: IAW OSA CTG
Risk Assessment Level
Uses violence or the threat of violence to attain goals, political, religious, or ideological in nature. This is done through intimidation, coercion, or instilling fear. Terrorism involves a criminal act that is often symbolic in nature and intended to influence an audience beyond the immediate victims.
Involves killing, causing serious bodily harm, kidnapping, or violently destroying property, or an attempt or credible threat to commit such an act.
Appears intended to endanger a protectee of the Secret Service or the Department of State or to further political, social, or economic goals by intimidating or coercing a civilian population or any segment thereof, influencing the policy of a government or international organization by intimidation or coercion, or obtaining widespread publicity for a group or its causes.
FIS is focusing on obtaining info on Army personnel.
Methods of Operation
It is estimated that the US industry loses about $100 billion in technology each year.
This equates to approximately 6 million jobs.
S P O T
A S S E S S
R E C R U I T
This cycle is three-phased. First you are spotted, meaning, taken notice of as a potential intelligence source. Then through solicitation and other means, a foreign intelligence service agent will “assess” your value. Do you have placement and access to information that he/she is interested in or tasked to collect? Would you be willing to cooperate? Are there any weaknesses that can be exploited or used to blackmail you into cooperating? What would your price be to sell information? Money? Sex? Drugs? Finally, if you are seen as valuable to that foreign agent, he/she will do what it takes to get you to work for their team. It may seem totally innocuous or may be a direct sales pitch. Depends on you and the agent as to what will work best.
FROM YOUR COMPUTER
AND OVER THE INTERNET
DIRECT APPROACH AT WORK , HOME,
OR AT SOCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS
OVER THE TELEPHONE
MONITOR MILITARY OPERATIONS,
TRAINING, AND RADIO CHATTER
A FIS AGENT OR SPY CAN BE ANYONE... A FOREIGN NATIONAL, AN AMERICAN,
A SUPERVISOR, A SUBORDINATE, A CO-WORKER, A FRIEND, A NEIGHBOR,
....... EVEN A FAMILY MEMBER.
FOR NO REASON
DET 11 OSA
FOREIGN NATIONAL OR BUSINESS
Russian Intelligence Service
To: CW3 Carroll (DET 11 OSA)
I forgot to lock the
safe again. I know this
is the third time!
Remain non-committal - “I don’t know if I can get that information.” “Can I get back to you on that?”
You are REQUIRED to report. We are not interested in what you have done. You are not the subject of the investigation.