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Process Captured Material. Terminal Learning Objective. References. Administrative Notes. SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS NONE RISK ASSESSMENT LOW ENVIRON. CONSIDERATIONS NONE EVALUATION YES. Did you know……….

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administrative notes
Administrative Notes
  • SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS NONE
  • RISK ASSESSMENT LOW
  • ENVIRON. CONSIDERATIONS NONE
  • EVALUATION YES
did you know
Did you know………

A Union soldier found a copy of General Lee’s march order for the Army of Northern Virginia. Information from that document led to the Confederate defeat at the Battle of Antietam, stopped the South’s first major invasion of the North, and provided President Lincoln the needed victory to permit his announcement of the Emancipation Proclamation.

captured enemy material cem
Captured Enemy Material (CEM)
  • Captured Enemy Documents (CED)
  • Captured Enemy Equipment (CEE)
captured enemy documents ced
Captured Enemy Documents (CED)
  • Consists of any piece of recorded information, regardless of form, obtained from the enemy, which subsequently comes into the hands of a friendly force.
    • Found on captured or dead personnel
    • Found on battlefield
  • Three types: Official documents, Identity, Personal documents
captured enemy equipment cee
Captured Enemy Equipment (CEE)

Purpose: Military Application & Technical Intelligence (TECHINT)

  • Includes all types of foreign materiel found on a enemy prisoner of war (EPW) or on the battlefield.
  • Items of CEE value:
    • New weapons
    • Radios
    • Track vehicles
    • Associated manuals
    • Anything else of TECHINT value
protection of cem
Protection of CEM
  • Capturing unit is responsible for reporting, protecting and initiating accountability of captured enemy materiel.
  • Enemy materiel captured becomes the property of the United States. Safe guard against:
    • Looting
    • Pilferage
    • Cannibalization
    • Souvenir hunters
    • Destruction
check on learning elo 1
Check on Learning: ELO #1

Question: Why can’t US service members take home souvenirs from their combat time; (i.e., pieces of weapons systems, personal effects of enemy soldiers, manuals, etc.)?

Answer: CEE becomes the property of the US and needs to be exploited for tactical and intelligence value.

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Check on Learning: ELO #1

Question: If you found a tank, or a missile, you would assign a guard to the item until you received further instructions. What are some reasons why you wouldn‘t leave it in place?

Answer: It could be recaptured, destroyed or damaged before it was able to be exploited.

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Check on Learning: ELO #1

Question: Would the following items have military or technical value:

Answer:

  • Military
  • Military
  • Military
  • Technical
  • Military
  • Military
  • Technical
  • Technical
  • Technical

Enemy land mine?

Enemy equipment decontamination kit?

Enemy machine gun?

Enemy new weapons with associated manual?

Enemy Grenades?

Enemy Medical or Ration Wastes?

Enemy track vehicle with associated manual?

Enemy logbooks?

Enemy firing tables?

time sensitive information
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
spot report format
SPOT Report Format
  • Use to notify higher commands of the capture or identification of enemy materiel believed to answer intelligence requirements.
  • S - Size
  • A - Activity
  • L - Location
  • U - Unit
  • T - Time
  • E - Equipment
check on learning elo 2
Check on Learning: ELO #2

Question:How would you report the capture of an 8 “x 11” Bosnian map, as you were on a 0430 (0930Z) hours patrol in the vicinity of DN34346767?

Answer: S- 8” x 11”; A-Bosnian wartime activities; L-DN34346767; U-Unknown; T-0930Z; E-map

what do i tag
What do I tag?

Tag all CEM found on the battlefield with no known association to an EPW.

sample tag
Sample Tag

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.

ced tag
CED Tag

Information to include is:

  • Provide date and time of capture and record as a DTG.
  • Identify the location where the document was captured, including the six- or eight digit grid coordinate.
  • Identify the capturing unit.
  • Provide the identity of the source from whom the document was taken, if applicable.
  • Provide a summary of the circumstance under which the document was found.
cee tag
CEE Tag
  • Information to include is:
  • Provide the nomenclature of the equipment.
  • Provide the serial number of the equipment.
  • Include the date/place captured.
  • Provide the capturing unit.
  • Provide the quantity.
documents associated with equipment
Documents associated with equipment

Attach a Coversheet, marked “TECHDOC” to the CED associated with a particular piece of CEM.

  • Coversheet should include:
    • Precise location
    • time
    • circumstances of capture
    • detailed description of the materiel
  • Treat all documents marked “TECHDOC” with the highest priority
techdoc form
TECHDOC Form

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

field expedient disposition methods
Field Expedient Disposition Methods
  • All CEM must be tagged.
  • When no standard tag forms are available, you should use:
    • meals, ready-to-eat cardboard
    • or other type of paper for expediency.
tag but do not deface the item
Tag but DO NOT deface the Item
  • All markings already on the materiel should be preserved
  • Never write on the document or equipment itself
check on learning elo 3
Check on Learning: ELO #3

Question:What is the definition of a TECHDOC?

Answer: A TECHDOC is documentation associated with a piece of equipment, such as an operator’s manual. It is the highest priority.

disposition of cem
Disposition of CEM
  • Evacuate time sensitive CEM through chain of command to S-2
  • Screen for intelligence or technical value
  • Evacuate to the rear
all other cem
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.
captured document log
Captured Document Log
  • CED accountability is maintained during document evacuation.
  • Accountability is performed at each echelon, starting with the capturing unit

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

check on learning elo 4
Check on Learning: ELO #4

Question:If you capture a surface-to-Air missile system and are directed not to move it for evacuation, what should you do?

Answer: Assign personnel to guard the item to avoid the item being recaptured, destroyed or damaged before it is exploited and await further instructions.

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Check on Learning: ELO #4

Question:What information should be listed on CEE tags?

Answer: Provide the nomenclature and serial number of the equipment, date and place captured, capturing unit and the quantity of item captured.

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Check on Learning: ELO #4

Question:What information should be listed on CED tags?

Answer: Provide the date and time of capture, six or eight didit grid coordinate of the location of capture, the capturing unit, identity of source from whom document was taken, if known, and the circumstances of capture.

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Check on Learning: ELO #4

Question:You found a document which you believe to be signal operation instructions. What must you do with this document?

Answer: Handle the document in close coordination with communication personnel, treat it as a secret document, tag it and evacuate it through secure channels without delay

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Check on Learning: ELO #4

Question:Should your soldiers collect harmless souvenirs on the battlefield to take home?

Answer: No. Items found on the battlefield become United States property that needs to exploited for tactical and technical intelligence value.

summary
Summary
  • Process captured enemy materiel.
  • Prepare a spot report on all time sensitive information
  • Tag each item of CEM.
  • Select the disposition procedure for each item of CEM.
conclusion
Conclusion

Huah!

The proper and timely processing and evacuation of CEM is an important segment of the intelligence gathering process. Information developed from captured materiel will aid the intelligence officer in keeping the commander informed of the enemy situation..………

If you find it, REPORT IT!