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Engineer Intelligence Guide 31, Production Of Cross-Country Movement Studies, December 1959, Military Geology Branch, Us Geographical Survey And The Soil Conservation Service, Us Department Of Agriculture, Robert Bolin , Depositor Nov 1959

Engineer Intelligence Guide 31, Production Of Cross-Country Movement Studies, December 1959, Military Geology Branch, Us Geographical Survey And The Soil Conservation Service, Us Department Of Agriculture, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

In 1958, the Army Corps of Engineers was responsible for the intelligence related to the surface of the earth, excluding the oceans and seas. Those responsibilities were discharged by subordinate organizations and contractors under the directions of the Intelligence and Mapping division. Engineer Intelligence Guides (EIGS) were prepared “to provide orientation, direction, and instruction in the field of Engineer intelligence.”

This guide was prepared to give instructions for preparing specialized maps containing information showing impediments to cross-country movement. Appendix I, an example of a CCM map, was created by adding an overlay on a sheet from the US Army Map ...


Special Text, St 10-120-1, Quartermaster Intelligence: Organization And Procedures, December 1959, Robert Bolin , Depositor Nov 1959

Special Text, St 10-120-1, Quartermaster Intelligence: Organization And Procedures, December 1959, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

This is a textbook used at the Army Quartermaster School. In the 1950s, military schools related to one of the Army Technical Services were run by that service. Since the format and content of Army field manuals were often very similar to those of special texts, the same staffs often prepared both

The modern US Army vision of the technical intelligence developed during World War II. Shortly before World War II, Army Technical Services had been instructed to set up intelligence sections in the offices of their chiefs. The technical services were bureaus which supplied weapons, equipment, and services to ...


Eig 21, Collection Of Information On Highways, May 1959., Us Army Corps Of Engineer, Army Map Service, Robert Bolin , Depositor May 1959

Eig 21, Collection Of Information On Highways, May 1959., Us Army Corps Of Engineer, Army Map Service, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

This Engineer Intelligence Guide was prepared to provide intelligence collection, processing, production, and dissemination guidance by the Chief of Engineers to elements of the Corps of Engineers.

The Introduction contains a list of five key army manuals and documents related to transportation intelligence.

This guide contains detailed instructions for gathering information about highways and bridges. It also contains extensive illustrations and a glossary of highway terms.

The distribution list shows engineer-related organizations interested in engineer intelligence.


Fm 5-30, Engineer Intelligence, May 1959, Robert Bolin , Depositor Jan 1959

Fm 5-30, Engineer Intelligence, May 1959, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

When this manual was issued, military intelligence in the US armed forces was highly decentralized. A number of organizations within the Army Corps of Engineers were responsible for producing engineer intelligence for US forces in the field and strategic engineer intelligence for use by the Department of Defense and US armed forces.

This detailed manual defines the engineer intelligence at length. It explains the role of the Corps of Engineers in the United States and of engineer elements within US forces in the field.

It explains the intelligence process, the planning and direction of collection efforts, the collection of information ...


Engineer Intelligence Study No. 191, Terrain Analysis, Alaska Slope Region, Alaska, 1959, Military Geography Branch, Usgs, Robert Bolin , Depositor Jan 1959

Engineer Intelligence Study No. 191, Terrain Analysis, Alaska Slope Region, Alaska, 1959, Military Geography Branch, Usgs, Robert Bolin , Depositor

DOD Military Intelligence

The summary on Page 5 is paraphrased as follows. This digital document is a generalized description of the Arctic Slope region -- an area covering approximately 70,000 square miles. Access to the region and the feasibility of various access routes are discussed. Location and extent of natural fuel supplies are given. Factors controlling outdoor work feasibility are summarized graphically on Page 19. A terrain analysis of each of the three major physiographic provinces of the region. Those provinces are the Arctic Coastal Plain, Arctic Foothills, and Brooks Range provinces. Geographic factors which affected cross-country movement, construction, and water supply within ...