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Figure 2-6. Special uses and effects of terrain. Figure 2-7. Effects of environment on R&S. Threat Evaluation Once you have analyzed terrain and weather, begin a thorough study of enemy: Composition. Disposition. Tactics. Training. Combat readiness. Logistic support. Electronic technical data. Personalities. Other miscellaneous factors. This study results in threat evaluation, the fourth step in the IPB process. During this step: Develop a doctrinal template file. Build up your threat database.
Figure 3-2 shows GSR characteristics. GSRs are organic to the MI battalion, intelligence and surveillance (I&S) company. The MI Battalion provides GSRs in direct support (DS) of brigade operations. Figure 3-2. GSR characteristics. GSR teams that are DS to the brigade can be attached to maneuver battalion and company elements to support the commanders. Radar Allocation Radar is allocated as follows: Heavy Division: Three squads of four teams each. One PPS-5 per team equals 12 PPS-5s. Light Division: Four squads of three teams each.
Refer to FM 34-130, Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield, for detailed information on IPB. Battlefield Area Evaluation BAE is the first step of the IPB process. Begin your analysis by figuring out what part of the battlefield should be of interest to you and your commander. The end result of this step is the identification of the area of interest (AI): that part of the battlefield which contains significant terrain features or enemy units and weapon systems that may affect your unit’s near or future battle.