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of ________________
(PMESII PT, ADRP 5-0 p.1-8 and 1-9)

P Political
P1. Attitude toward the United States
Positive (POS)

Neutral (NEU)

Negative (NEG)

P2. Centers of political power and Type of Government

A. Name of State:

B. Capital and Location:

C. Form of Government:

D. State Shape:

E. Area of State:

F. Political Boundary Type(s)

G. Major Boundary Dispute(s)

H. External Threats/Enemies

J. Informal or covert political powers:

P3. Government effectiveness and legitimacy

Effective (yes / no)

Legitimate (yes / no)


P4. Influential Political Groups

A. Group 1

B. Group 2

C. Group 3










P5. International relationships

Bordering Countries:

Relationship: (POS, NEU,NEG)









Other significant relationships:

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Analysts Initials: __________

P6. History

Major Historical Events (pre-1966)


Major Historical Events (post-1966)


Other Historical Notes

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Analysts Initials: __________

M Military: Explores the military and paramilitary capabilities of all relevant actors (enemy, friendly,
and neutral) in a given operational environment

M1. Military Forces

A. Military Branches:

B. Number of Active Duty

C. Significant Capabilities:

a. Army:
b. Navy:
c. Air Force

M2. Government paramilitary forces (a group of personnel w/ military structure functioning either as a civilian force or in
support of military forces):

M3. Nonstate Paramilitary Forces:

M4. Unarmed Combatants:

M5. Nonmilitary armed combatants:

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Analysts Initials: __________

M6. Military Functions (Active Duty Forces)

A. Command and Control:

B. Maneuver:

Communication Equipment:
Command Structure: Centralized / Decentralized

C. Reconnaissance, Intelligence, surveillance, and target


D. Fire support

E. Protection:

F. Logistics:

M7. Military Notes:

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E Economic:

Analysts Initials: __________

Encompasses individual and group behaviors related to producing, distributing, and

consuming resources

E1. Economic Diversity

A. Per Capita Income:
B. Industries:

C. Agriculture:

% Population in Industry:

% Population in Agriculture:

D. Natural Resources (list):

% Population in Service Sector:

Main Crops:

Main Industry:

Impact of climate on agriculture (types of


E2. Employment Status

A. Percent of population unemployed:

B. Percent of population below poverty line:

E3. Economic Activity

A. Exports ($):

B. Imports($):

Primary Exports

Primary Imports

C. Inflation Rate:

D. External Debt:

E4. Illegal economic activity:

E5. Banking and Finance:

E6. Economic Notes:

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Analysts Initials: __________

S Social:

Describes the cultural, religious, and ethnic makeup within an operational environment and
the beliefs, values, customs, and behaviors of society members
S1. Demographic Mix
A. Population Facts

B. Population Density

(1) Total Population:

(1) Population Density (arithmetic):

(2) Population Growth Rate:

(2) Population Density (physiologic) (only if data allows calculation):

(3) Demographic Transition Model Phase:

(3) Percent Urban:

(4) Literacy Rate:

(4) Percent Rural:

S2. Social Volatility

S3. Education Level

A. Literacy Rate:

B. Average Education Level (grade 1-12):

S4. Ethnic and Religious Diversity

A. Ethnic Groups

B. Religion(s):

S5. Population Movement

A. Major Urban Areas (name & population) (list top four):

B. Immigration and Emigration:


S6. Common Languages:

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Analysts Initials: __________

S7. Criminal Activity:

A. Impacts of Criminal, Civil/Internal Conflicts

(1) Effects on Population:

(2) Effects on Economy:

(3) Effects on Infrastructure:

S8. Human Rights:

S9. Centers of Social Power:

S10. Basic Cultural Norms and Values:

S11. Social Notes:

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(4) Displacement of People:

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Analysts Initials: __________

I Information: Describes the nature, scope, characteristics, and effects of individuals, organizations,
and systems that collect, process, disseminate, or act on information
I1. Public Communications Media
Positive (POS) toward Govt

Neutral (NEU) towards Govt

Negative (NEG) towards Govt

I2. Information Warfare

A. Electronic Warfare

B. Computer Warfare

C. Information Attack

D. Deception

E. Physical Destruction

F. Protection and Security Measures

G. Perception Management

I3. Intelligence

I4. Information Management

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Analysts Initials: __________

I5. Other

Media Perception towards the United States/International Community


Freedom of Media (http://www.freedomhouse.org/report-types/freedom-press)


Non-Standard Media Outlets (Social media, minority media, etc.)

I7. Notes

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Analysts Initials: __________

I Infrastructure: Is composed of the basic facilities, services, and installations needed for the
functioning of a community or society.
I1. Construction Pattern

I2. Urban Zones

A. Developed Countries

B. Developing Countries

I3. Urbanized Building Density

I4. Utilities Present

I5. Utility Level

I6. Transportation Architecture

A. Corridors into the city

C. Accessibility

B. Corridors out of the city

D. Choke points

I7. Notes:

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P Physical Environment:

Analysts Initials: __________

Includes the geography and manmade structures, as well as

climate and weather in the area of operations.

P1. Terrain
A. Terrain Analysis

B. Terrain Analysis (cont.)

(1) Observations and Fields of Fire:

(5) Landforms

(2) Avenues of Approach:

(6) Vegetation

(3) Obstacles:

(7) Terrain Complexity:

(4) Cover and Concealment:

(8) Mobility Classification:

P2. Natural Hazards

P3. Climate
A. Regional Climate Classification:

B. Local Climate Classification:

P4. Weather
A. Operational Information

B. Operational Information (cont.)

(1) Precipitation:

(5) Visibility:

(2) High Temperature-heat index:

(6) Cloud Cover:

(3) Low Temperature-wind chill index:

(7) Relative Humidity:

(4) Wind:

A. Weather Analysis of Region (area of operation):

B. Climate Analysis of Region (area of operation):

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Analysts Initials: __________

P5. Regional and Local Infrastructure:

P6. Natural Disasters and Historic Catastrophic Events:

A. Impacts of Natural Disasters in the Region

(1) Effects on Population:

(2) Effects on Economy:

(3) Effects on Infrastructure:

P7. Soil Trafficability(see FM 5-430-00-1 and USDA Soil Characterization):

P8. Geology of the Region:

P9. Notes:

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(4) Displacement of People:

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Analysts Initials: __________

T Time:

Describes the timing and duration of activities, events, or conditions within an operational
environment, as well as how the timing and duration are perceived by various actors in the operational
T1. Cultural Perception of Time
A. Situational understanding of Time

B. Operational Environment of Time

T2. Information Offset (special conditions)

T3. Tactical Exploitation of Time

T4. Key Dates

A. Time Periods

B. Events

T5. Notes:

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