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PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL. 301-371-1200. PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL. THIS BLOCK OF INSTRUCTION IS UNCLASSIFIED. Captured Enemy Materiel (CEM):. Captured Enemy Documents (CED) Captured Enemy Equipment (CEE). Captured Enemy Documents:. Recorded information, regardless of form

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PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL

THIS BLOCK OF INSTRUCTION IS

UNCLASSIFIED


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Captured Enemy Materiel (CEM):

  • Captured Enemy Documents (CED)

  • Captured Enemy Equipment (CEE)


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Captured Enemy Documents:

  • Recorded information, regardless of form

  • Obtained from the enemy

  • Subsequently comes into the hands of a friendly force

  • Includes US or Allied documents that were once in the hands of the enemy

  • Found on the battlefield


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Captured Enemy Equipment

  • All Types of Foreign Material

  • Two Purposes:

    • Military Application

    • Technical Intelligence


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CEM is the Property of the United States ! ! !

  • Safeguard & Protect from:

    • Looting

    • Cannibalization

    • Misuse

    • Souvenir Hunters

    • Destruction


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Time Sensitive Information:

  • Significant Intelligence Information

  • Information critical to successfully accomplishing friendly courses of action

  • Includes:

    • Enemy Order of Battle

    • Enemy Maps, Overlays

    • Enemy Operation Orders

    • Enemy Signals, Codes

    • New Weapons or Equipment

    • Information indicating a significant change in the enemy’s capabilities or intentions


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Spot Report Format

  • S - Size

  • A - Activity

  • L - Location

  • U - Unit

  • T - Time

  • E - Equipment


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CAPTURED DOCUMENT TAG

________________________________ NATIONALITY OF CAPTURING FORCE

(STANAG 1059)

1. DATE/TIME CAPTURED: 091756ZAPR99

2. PLACE CAPTURED: TA 123456

3. CAPTURING UNIT: ICO/2/3/4 REGT

4. IDENTITY OF SOURCE (IF APPLICABLE):_____________________

__________________________________________________________

5. CIRCUMSTANCES OF CAPTURE:FOUND IN ABANDONED

ENEMY CP.


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TO BE AFFIXED TO

CAPTURED ENEMY EQUIPMENT

DO NOT DISTURB

NOMENCLATURE: MT-140-A

SERIAL NO: 1234567

DATE/PLACE CAPTURED: 02 FEB 99

CA 123456

CAPTURING UNIT: 2 INF CO/2/3 REGT

QUANTITY: ONE EACH

____________________________________________

BELOW FOR USE BY TECH INTEL UNITS ONLY

____________________________________________

NOTICE

THIS EQUIPMENT IS BEING HELD FOR:

ANALYSIS

UTILIZATION

DESTRUCTION

BY AUTHORITY OF THE JOINT U.S. FORCES COMMANDER.

______________________________________________

SIGNATURE PRINTED NAME

______________________________________________

UNIT DATE


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Documents Associated with Equipment

  • Attach a Coversheet, marked “TECHDOC” to the CED

  • Coversheet should include:

    • Precise location

    • time

    • circumstances of capture

    • detailed description of the materiel

  • Treat all documents marked “TECHDOC” with the highest priority


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Field Expedient Disposition Methods

  • Use field expedient methods of disposition in the absence of weather-resistant preprinted tags

    • Rations packing

    • Whatever paper materials are available


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TAG, But Do Not Deface the Item

  • All markings already on the materiel should be preserved

  • TAG, so as not to damage or destroy the document or equipment

  • Never write on the document or equipment itself


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DISPOSITION of CEM

  • Evacuate time senistive CEM through chain of command to S-2

  • Screen for intelligence or techinical value

  • Evacuate to the rear


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All Other CEM

  • Logistical assets (petroleum, supplies) are handled as similar US items

  • Some items require special handling:

    • Medical supplies can ONLY be used for EPWs, refugees, indigenous population--otherwise, leave in place unharmed

    • For other items (NBC materials, ordnance, special documents, such as maps, charts, air imagery) check unit SOP or operation order.


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CAPTURED DOCUMENT LOG Format

UNIT 16 INF DIV (L)

_____________________________________________________________________________

FILE RECEIVED DOCUMENT INCOMING TRANS- FORWARDING RECEIVED TIME & PLACE OF

NO. DTG SERIAL NO. MISSION NO. UNIT BY CAPTURE (DTG)

0001 111910Z US-AR-1910 NA 4TH BDE ROYCE 110719ZNC123456

0002



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