1 BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER USTRANSCOM INSTRUCTION 14-6 UNITED STATES TRANSPORTATION COMMAND 5 FEBRUARY 2015 Intelligence INTELLIGENCE SUPPORT TO FORCE PROTECTION COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY NOTICE: This publication is available electronically on the USTRANSCOM electronic library. RELEASABILITY: There are no releasability restrictions on this publication OPR: TCJ2-P Approved By: TCJ2 (CAPT David H. McAllister, USN) Supersedes: USTRANSCOMI14-6, 11 September 2013 Pages: 9 Distribution: e-publishing This instruction outlines the responsibilities of United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) Intelligence Directorate and the assigned National Agency Representatives (NAR) to provide intelligence support to USTRANSCOM force protection efforts. It also outlines procedures to ensure timely delivery of mission-specific threat data to operational planners and warfighters supporting force protection missions. It applies to all USTRANSCOM personnel assigned to Scott Air Force Base, IL, the Transportation Component Commands (TCC), and Subordinate Commands. Refer recommended changes and questions about this instruction to the office of primary responsibility using Air Force Form 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication. Ensure that all records created as a result of processes prescribed in this instruction are maintained in accordance with USTRANSCOM Instruction 33-32, USTRANSCOM Records Management Program. SUMMARY OF REVISIONS This instruction updates the roles and responsibilities of the Intelligence Directorate (TCJ2) Divisions and National Agency Representatives (NARs) with equities in intelligence support to force protection. 1. References and Supporting Information. References, related publications, abbreviations, acronyms, and terms used in this instruction are listed in Attachment Responsibilities The Director of Intelligence (J2) is the intelligence program authority for the command. The J2 is also the delegated Transportation-Logistics Intelligence Enterprise (TIE) Director. As such, the J2 manages all Transportation-Logistics Intelligence Center (TIC) production elements and TIE activities The J2 establishes the command s overall intelligence policies and procedures to ensure USTRANSCOM, TCCs, and the DOD receive timely, tailored, threat data and transportationlogistics infrastructure analysis to support operations.
2 2 USTRANSCOMI 14-6, 5 FEBRUARY The J2 activities and efforts will include those enumerated in USTRANSCOM Instruction Critical Infrastructure Program TCJ2 Intelligence Operations Division (TCJ2-O) is the intelligence production management authority for USTRANSCOM, including the requirements management process. TCJ2-O shares the responsibility for production of worldwide transportation intelligence with DIA/DRI-1 and USTRANSCOM NGA Support Team, as production elements of the TIC. TCJ2-O will: Disseminate, as appropriate, pertinent threat information, as well as any other force protection-related intelligence traffic to the USTRANSCOM Operations and Plans Directorate s (TCJ3) Fusion Center Chief Provide subject matter expertise to USTRANSCOM Threat Working Group (TWG) meetings, and participate in other force protection meetings including Air Mobility Command s Threat Working Group, as appropriate. When directed, act as TCJ2 Chair of the USTRANSCOM TWG Along with the rest of the TIC production elements, develop responsive, integrated transportation-logistics intelligence to support USTRANSCOM's global mobility mission for respective combatant command theater areas of responsibility Provide current threat intelligence analysis on weapons of mass destruction, terrorist, foreign intelligence, criminal, and conventional threats to Defense Transportation System (DTS) assets, personnel and the infrastructures located in the respective combatant command theater areas of responsibility. Activities that affect United States persons are conducted within the constraints contained in Executive Order 12333, United States Intelligence Activities; Department of Defense (DOD) Directive , DOD Intelligence Activities; DOD Regulation R, Procedures Governing the Activities of DOD Intelligence Components that Affect United States Persons; and USTRANSCOM Instruction 90-4, Intelligence Oversight Program Coordinate with Current Intelligence Division (TCJ2-W), Counterintelligence and Human Intelligence Division (TCJ2-X), USTRANSCOM Force Protection Division (TCJ3-F), and appropriate NARs on all force protection intelligence requirements Use available national, theater, and local sources to answer requests Send response to requester, with courtesy copy to the Operations Requirements Branch (TCJ2-OR) to close out the tasking Submit a collection requirement for any part of the tasker not answerable in available sources and methods In conjunction with TCJ3-F and TCJ2-W, brief USTRANSCOM senior staff/tcc staffs/threat working groups on selected force protection intelligence as recommended by USTRANSCOM s Threat Working Group.
3 USTRANSCOMI 14-6, 5 FEBRUARY TCJ2-OR is the cognizant intelligence collection management authority for USTRANSCOM. TCJ2-OR supports current intelligence and long-term production requirements with a host of capabilities, products, and services. TCJ2-OR will: Initiate standard collection management procedures to task national intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and collection resources to satisfy force protection support requirements Work with NARs to advocate all USTRANSCOM collection requirements within their respective agencies Assess, prepare, and coordinate force protection intelligence requirements with TCJ3-F and Fusion Center personnel TCJ2-W is USTRANSCOM s 24-hour entry point to all TCJ2-O s capabilities and products. TCJ2-W performs indications and warning, and other relevant threat awareness aspects for USTRANSCOM and its TCCs. TCJ2-W will: Be the 24-hour focal point for all intelligence-related requirements, and serve as the primary intelligence interface between TCJ2 and the USTRANSCOM Operations and Plans Directorate s (TCJ3) Fusion Center to fulfill intelligence support to force protection requirements Review daily message traffic and conduct cross talks with theater intelligence watch centers to ascertain current force protection information potentially impacting USTRANSCOM assets and personnel. If TCJ2-W receives credible threat data, the Senior Watch Officer will notify the Current Intelligence Division Chief and the Fusion Center Chief. The Fusion Center Chief will notify any directorate as appropriate of an incident that concerns that directorate. As applicable, the Senior Watch Officer will notify the 618 th Air Operations Center (Tanker Airlift Control Center) Senior Intelligence Duty Officer, Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Operations Center, the Military Sealift Command Operations Center, and the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command TCJ2-X is the coordination authority for all Counterintelligence (CI) and Human Intelligence (HUMINT) matters between geographic combatant commands, service CI and HUMINT agencies, national-level CI and HUMINT organizations, and USTRANSCOM. TCJ2-X will: Coordinate all CI and HUMINT issues potentially impacting the command or the DTS In conjunction with TCJ2-O, TCJ2-W and TCJ3-F, analyze and disseminate information related to foreign intelligence, terrorist and criminal threats to USTRANSCOM, TCCs and the infrastructures that comprise the DTS Coordinate CI issues with Joint Staff /J2-X, the National Counterintelligence Executive, unified command CI coordinating authorities, Service CI and HUMINT agencies, and the
4 4 USTRANSCOMI 14-6, 5 FEBRUARY 2015 Federal Bureau of Investigation and other appropriate CI executors to ensure that the command's CI and HUMINT requirements are met Intelligence Plans and Programs Division (TCJ2-P) will provide policy guidance with respect to changes occurring in the intelligence community regarding force protection Foreign Disclosure Office (TCJ2-FDO) provides review and approval for all requested foreign visitors to the command, foreign exchange officer and liaison officer oversight, and reviews/approves all information for release or disclosure to foreign nationals. TCJ2-FDO will: Provide TCJ3-F with the foreign national's official foreign visit request and recommended USTRANSCOM area access in accordance with visit purpose, need to know, and visitor clearance level Oversee all foreign exchange officer and liaison officers assigned to USTRANSCOM. TCJ2-FDO will ensure each foreign officer has a USTRANSCOM sponsor. Provide the sponsor with a Delegated Disclosure Letter outlining what information may be shared with the foreign officer TCJ2-FDO must review and approve the all command information (briefs, memos, etc.) USTRANSCOM personnel plan to release (give) or disclose (tell) to any foreign national, which is Classified Military Information (CMI) or Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) as defined in USTRANSCOM Instruction Where release of CMI or CUI information is requested pursuant to 5 United States Code Section 552 (The Freedom of Information Act), USTRANSCOM personnel shall consult with the USTRANSCOM FOIA Officer (TCJA-FO) and TCJ2-FDO prior to release Information on TCJ2-FDO procedures is available in USTRANSCOMI 14-8, Foreign Disclosure Program The Director of National Intelligence Representative facilitates integration and synchronization of all Intelligence Community (IC) NAR support for the command. The Director of National Intelligence Representative has agreed to: Facilitate IC responsiveness to command requirements and ensure the command is informed of the IC roles, missions, and capabilities. Facilitate the TCJ2 access to IC intelligence databases, analytic, programmatic, manpower capabilities, and verify the Office of the Director of National Intelligence support mission in peace, crisis, contingency, or war situations are appropriately addressed in a time-efficient manner Assist command leadership and directorates/organizations with the coordination, communication, and representation of command issues or requirements to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and key agencies.
5 USTRANSCOMI 14-6, 5 FEBRUARY Help in leveraging IC s analysis and collection capabilities and enabling functions in direct support of command missions and assist in coordinating with the all national-level intelligence organizations as appropriate to foster partnership with the TCJ The Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Representative supports the command elements by providing current intelligence, long-term production, and force protection requirements through a host of products, services, and direct access to their headquarters. The Director of the CIA Representative has agreed to: Advise the command, especially the TCJ2, on activities involving CIA clandestine HUMINT, joint CIA/military operations, and provide the full range of CIA clandestine HUMINT and all-source analytical products and services to assist in intelligence support to USTRANSCOM force protection decisions and recommendations Provide CIA Counterterrorism Center and National Counterterrorism Center analysis and comments on intelligence assessments Provide inputs to the command elements on CIA force protection collection capabilities and CIA all-source force protection assessments Respond in a timely fashion to intelligence information the command requests on force protection issues. NAR support and activities will support TCJ2 endeavors enumerated in USTRANSCOM Instruction Critical Infrastructure Program Provide comments from CIA clandestine HUMINT collectors on intelligence threat assessments Provide tailored CIA analytical studies to support TCJ2 decisions and recommendations Coordinate arrangements to pass force protection information to deployed units in foreign locations Highlight for CIA the command s equities and force protection requirements Enable, via interface with the CIA operations directorate and other CIA directorates, the acquisition of force protection information The National Security Agency (NSA)/Central Security Service (CSS) Representative (NCR), USTRANSCOM supports USTRANSCOM s force protection mission through a variety of Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) and Information Assurance (IA) products and services. Nothing in this instruction should be interpreted to conflict with NSA/CSS and host responsibilities delineated in the current memorandum of agreement between Commander USTRANSCOM and Director NSA. NCR USTRANSCOM has agreed to: Advise and assist USTRANSCOM on issues regarding the procurement, exploitation, use, and limitations of SIGINT in conducting force protection activities.
6 6 USTRANSCOMI 14-6, 5 FEBRUARY Provide guidance, expertise, and recommendations to facilitate leveraging SIGINT collection assets to support force protection activities Assist in identifying intelligence requirements or gaps that could be resolved, in part or completely, through SIGINT operations. Assist in drafting Information Needs for submission in the National SIGINT Requirements Process Review and downgrade NSA products, as appropriate, for release to support force protection activities Provide tailored SIGINT analysis upon request by TCJ As part of NSA s IA mission, provide technical advice and assistance regarding communications security, information systems security, and operational security to support USTRANSCOM force protection The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Representative supports USTRANSCOM force protection requirements with timely Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT). The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Representative has agreed to: Provide imaged-based products and exploitation, as needed Advise TCJ2 and other offices on issues related to the National System for Geospatial Intelligence (NSG); and provide functional GEOINT management and guidance Assist TCJ2 in identifying, acquiring, and exploiting National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency geospatial information including maps, charts, and digital data Provide tailored geospatial information and imagery analysis upon request by USTRANSCOM or the TCCs The USTRANSCOM NGA Support Team will serve as a fully integrated TIC production partner and GEOINT mobility infrastructure element by responding to and coordinating TIC tasking and providing liaison to other NGA production offices as required Defense Intelligence Agency Senior Representative. The Defense Intelligence Agency Senior Representative (DSR) represents the Director, Defense Intelligence Agency, to USTRANSCOM and its components. The DSR supports the Intelligence Directorate long-term production, and force protection requirements through a host of products, services, and direct access to Defense Intelligence Agency headquarters. The DSR has agreed to: Provide reach back capability for intelligence support to the TCJ2 force protection support mission. Respond in a timely fashion to intelligence information requests from TCJ2 s force protection mission. 3. Procedures.
7 USTRANSCOMI 14-6, 5 FEBRUARY USTRANSCOM Directorates and the TCCs submit requests for information to TCJ2 in accordance with USTRANSCOM Instruction 14-3, Collection Requirements Management, and USTRANSCOM Instruction 14-4, Request for Information Procedures. TCJ2-OR is the TCJ2 focal point for normal duty hours requirements. TCJ2-W is the TCJ2 focal point for receiving all requests for information/inquiries after normal duty hours in support of TCJ3-F and TCJ3. TCJ2-W will notify appropriate TCJ2 personnel to ensure mission-critical information requests are handled expeditiously. The Senior Watch Officer will notify the TCJ3 of threats by relaying the information directly to the Fusion Center Chief, who is responsible for notifying the appropriate TCJ3 divisions, to include TCJ3-F. DAVID H. MCALLISTER CAPT, U.S. Navy Director of Intelligence
8 8 USTRANSCOMI 14-6, 5 FEBRUARY 2015 Attachment 1 GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES, ABBREVIATIONS, ACRONYMS, AND TERMS Section A References Executive Order 12333, United States Intelligence Activities Department of Defense (DOD) Directive , DOD Intelligence Activities DOD Regulation R, Procedures Governing the Activities of DOD Intelligence Components that Affect United States Persons USTRANSCOM Instruction 10-28, Critical Infrastructure Program USTRANSCOM Instruction 14-3, Collection Requirements Management USTRANSCOM Instruction 14-4, Request for Information Procedures USTRANSCOM Instruction 14-8, Foreign Disclosure Program USTRANSCOM Instruction 31-35, Threat Working Group USTRANSCOM Instruction 90-4, Intelligence Oversight Program Transportation Intelligence Enterprise Execute Order, ZAUG14 USTRANSCOM Operations Order (OPORD) Transportation Intelligence Enterprise (TIE) Operations, ZAUG14 Section B - Abbreviations and Acronyms AT Antiterrorism CI Counterintelligence CIA Central Intelligence Agency DCIP Defense Critical Infrastructure Program DIA Defense Intelligence Agency DNI Director National Intelligence DOD Department of Defense DSR Defense Senior Representative DTS Defense Transportation System GEOINT Geospatial Intelligence HUMINT Human Intelligence IC Intelligence Community NAR National Agency Representative NGA National Geospatial Intelligence Agency NSA/CSS National Security Agency/Central Security Service SIGINT Signals Intelligence TCC Transportation Component Command TCJ2 Intelligence Directorate TCJ2-FDO Foreign Disclosure Office TCJ2-O TCJ2 Intelligence Operations Division TCJ2-OR TCJ2 Operations Requirements Branch TCJ2-P Intelligence Plans and Programs Division TCJ2-W TCJ2 Current Intelligence Division TCJ2-X TCJ2 Counterintelligence and Human Intelligence TCJ3 Operations and Plans Directorate TCJ3-F Force Protection Division TWG Threat Working Group
9 USTRANSCOMI 14-6, 5 FEBRUARY USTRANSCOM United States Transportation Command Section C Terms Antiterrorism Defensive measures used to reduce the vulnerability of individuals and property to terrorist acts, to include rapid containment by local military and civilian forces; also called AT. Counterintelligence Information gathered and activities conducted to identify, deceive, exploit, disrupt, or protect against espionage, other intelligence activities, sabotage, or assassinations conducted for or on behalf of foreign powers, organizations or persons or their agents, or international terrorist organizations or activities; also called CI. Defense critical infrastructure Department of Defense and non-department of Defense networked assets and facilities essential to project, support, and sustain military forces and operations worldwide; also called DCI. Defense Transportation System That portions of the worldwide transportation infrastructure that supports Department of Defense transportation needs in peace and war; also called DTS. Geospatial intelligence The exploitation and analysis of imagery and geospatial information to describe, assess, and visually depict physical features and geographically referenced activities on the Earth. Geospatial intelligence consists of imagery, imagery intelligence, and geospatial information; also called GEOINT. Human intelligence A category of intelligence derived from information collected and provided by human sources; also called HUMINT. National Security Agency/Central Security Service Representative The senior theater or military command representative of the Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service in a specific country or military command headquarters who provides the Director, National Security Agency, with information on command plans requiring cryptologic support. The National Security Agency/Central Security Service representative serves as a special advisor to the Combatant Commander for cryptologic matters, to include signals intelligence, communications security, and computer security; also called NSA/CSS. Signals Intelligence 1. A category of intelligence comprising of either individually or in combination all communications intelligence, electronic intelligence, and foreign instrumentation signals intelligence, however transmitted. 2. Intelligence derived from communications, electronic, and foreign instrumentation signals; also called SIGINT.