immediate importance to the Intelligence, Psychological Operations (PSYOPs),
Military Police and Public Affairs communities and will be ultimately used by
b. Combat documentation of the Corps consists of, but is not limited to,
morale, welfare, and condition of clothing and equipment; and the affect of
battle on the civil population.
identification and enclosure construction, PW morale and welfare, adequacy of
control procedures, and visual information support for investigation as
(3) Document plans and procedures for rear area protection
includes camouflage discipline, fields of fire, and reverse panoramics.
material and damaged OPFOR or friendly equipment.
(5) This coverage is usually acquired in the corps area behind division
c. Tactical documentation in Echelons Above Corps (EAC) which include
Theater Army, consists of, but is not limited to, the following:
(1) Support PSYOPs operations when required (same as Corps).
(4) Support Public Affairs
Affairs Units when required.
(5) Augment Corps mission requirements.
(6) Cover the deep battle.
(7) Cover the rear battle.
a. VI COMDOC support organizations are equipped with
motion picture and videotape, and equipment as required.