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US ARMY INTELLIGENCE CENTER TERMINATE AN INTERROGATION


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SUBCOURSE EDITION

IT0596 D

US ARMY INTELLIGENCE CENTER

TERMINATE AN INTERROGATION

TERMINATE AN INTERROGATION

Subcourse Number IT0596

EDITION D

U.S. Army Intelligence Center

Fort Huachuca, Arizona 85613-6000

2 Credit Hours

Edition Date: September 1998

SUBCOURSE OVERVIEW

This subcourse provides information to determine when it is necessary to terminate an interrogation,

and to terminate that interrogation completely and correctly.

This subcourse reflects current doctrine at time of preparation. In your own work situation, always

refer to the latest publications.

Unless this publication states otherwise, masculine nouns and pronouns do not refer exclusively to

men.

TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE

ACTION: Determine the need to terminate an interrogation, and correctly terminate that

interrogation.

CONDITIONS: You will be given narrative information from FM 34-52, STANAG 2033, and

STANAG 2084.

STANDARDS: To demonstrate competency of this task, you must achieve a minimum of 70%

on the subcourse examination.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Page

Subcourse Overview i

LESSON 1: IDENTIFY NEED TO TERMINATE AN INTERROGATION 1-1

Introduction 1-1

Part A: Physical and Mental Abilities 1-2

Part B: EPWs Knowledgeability 1-3

Part C: Change in EPWs Attitude 1-4

Part D: Interrogation Objective 1-5

Part E: Loss of Interrogation Control 1-5

Part F: Reporting Highly Perishable Information 1-6

Part G: Presence Required Elsewhere 1-6

Part H: Interrogation at a Higher Level 1-7

Lesson Review 1-7

Practice Exercise 1 1-9

Answer Key and Feedback 1-12

LESSON 2: TERMINATE AN INTERROGATION 2-1

Introduction 2-1

Part A: Reinforce Successful Approach(es) 2-2

Part B: Inform EPW 2-3

Part C: Verify Information 2-3

Part D: Additional Information 2-3

Part E: Document Disposition 2-4

Part F: Terminate Sincerely and Convincingly 2-5

Part G: Terminate Consistent With Approach 2-5

Lesson Review 2-6

Practice Exercise 2 2-8

Answer Key and Feedback 2-10

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LESSON 1

IDENTIFY NEED TO TERMINATE AN INTERROGATION

CRITICAL TASK: 301-337-1403

OVERVIEW

LESSON DESCRIPTION

This lesson will enable you to properly determine the need to end an interrogation.

TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE

TASK: Correctly determine when an interrogation should be terminated.

CONDITIONS: Performed in a tactical environment. Given an EPW, interrogation area,

interrogation in progress, and the need to terminate.

STANDARD: Identify the need to terminate an interrogation.

REFERENCES: The material contained in this lesson was derived from the following publications:

FM 34-52

STANAG 2033.

INTRODUCTION

This lesson provides the basic knowledge to determine when an interrogation should be terminated.

Because you are dealing with human psychology, there are no absolute rules which will govern your

decisions. For that reason, you are encouraged to apply the principles learned in this lesson in

conjunction with hands-on training as you develop background experience; you will be able to make

an appropriate determination. Specific factors to be discussed are---

* The physical and mental abilities of the interrogator and the enemy prisoner of war

(EPW) to continue the interrogation.

* Assessment of EPWs knowledgeability.

* Changes in EPWs attitude.

* Satisfaction of interrogation objectives.

* Loss of initiative or control of the interrogation.

* Reporting perishable information.

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* Interrogation presence being required elsewhere.

* Determination of whether the EPW should be interrogated at a higher level.

Part A: PHYSICAL AND MENTAL ABILITIES

If the EPW or you are physically or mentally unable to continue, it is necessary to terminate the

interrogation.

As an interrogator, you should--

*

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