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Approved For Release 2 0 H , 700220001-0 1 July 1981 SUBJECT: Initial Grill Flame Briefing to MG Stubblebine as CG, INSCOM, 30 June 1981 1. (U) This MFR outlines the major points of the briefing I gave to MG Stubblebine on 30 June 1981. Following personnel attended the briefing: MG STUBBLEBINE, CG, INSCOM BG FLYNN, DCG-I COL(P) WEINSTEIN, DCG-S COL WHITE, ADCSOPS-HUMINT MR. GARRETT, DDCSOPS-HUMINT LTC JACHIM, INCOMING PROJECT MANAGER LTC WATT, PROJECT MANAGER 2. (U) Incl 1 covers the primary points of my briefing and depicts the status of the program as of 26 June 1981. 3. (U) MG Stubblebine instructed us to ensure that there were no legal problems concerning our joint contractual effort with DIA, especially to be watchful of mixing OM&A and R&D monies as this is forbidden by regulations. I informed the CG that OACSI was currently researching the problem, and we would ensure that all aspects of INSCOM's involvement complied with the regula- tions. 4. (S/NOFORN) I briefed the current plans for FY81 and FY82, including problems we have had with the contract for FY81. I explained that.we still had not transferred the 130K to DIA because the Army General Consul (AGC) and DoD General Consul could not agree on the "Human Use Issue." I mentioned that we had received word from OACSI (MAJ O'Keefe) that Congressman Rose.had called the Secretary of Army about the situation. In turn, the Secretary had called AGC and instructed that the issue be settled promptly. Although INSCOM is not at fault for the delay, I pointed out that the excessive delay hurts the program as a whole and could give the impression of poor project management. MG Stubblebine will discuss the issue with the ACSI (MG Thompson) on 2 July 1981. Regarding FY 82, I explained that our current budget for FY82 will result in a short-fall of approximately 50K to carry out the recommended work.with SRI. MG Stubblebine felt that end-of-year funds could be used to make up the difference. 5. (U) MG Stubblebine reviewed some of the customer evaluations that we have received. He expressed the thought that the evaluations were a clear indication that we were on to something and that work in this area had to continue and be fully supported. (Evaluations are on file in this office) CLASSEFIED 6Y 11'1$6 b Afi - 4 OR -77 E`V"/ ON :Lai= ,N'D~ 13Y ~~ Approved For Release 2 -RDP96-007 4100 - __-- NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS ( ~r G 1.P f-~~~~ w/ .9f .1 .r1. try : Approved For Release 200 M LIRDP96-00788RO01 700220001 -0 6. (U) I outlined our current plans for bringing new personnel on board and what we had already done in this regard.. The CG fully supported our ideas. BG Flynn concurred, but reminded all that full-time strength cannot exceed current task force level (i.e.-9 people). 7. (U) CG expressed strong interest in some of our OPSEC work and wants us to continue work in that area. 8. (U)_ COL (P) Weinstein recommended that we consider training techniques that involved work with names of individuals and places. 9. (U) The CG voiced strong support for the program and. stressed that we keep him informed of progress and of any problems we encounter. Meeting adjourned at 1730 hours. 1 Incl Program Development Project Manager MURRAY/E3~. 1ATT LTC, G NOTED CHAD B. WHITE COL, GS ADCSOPS-HUMINT Approved For Release 20M OS.' IA-RDP96-00788 R001700220001-0 umum Approved For Release 2004 SEC' DP96-00788RO01 700220001 -0 T I M E OCT 78 - DEC 78: DEC 78 - FEB 79: APR 79 - OCT 79: MAY 79 - DEC 79: NOV 79 - PRESENT: JAN 80 - PRESENT: AUG 80 P R O G R A M D E V E L O P M E N T EVEN T ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKING PAPER SCREENING & SELECTION OF PERSONNEL IN-HOUSE TRAINING SRI ORIENTATION OPERATIONAL TASKING TASK FORCE ESTABLISHED MOVE TO NEW FACILITY Approved For Release 2004/09/09 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220001-0 Approved For Release 2004/09/09 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220001-0 Approved For Release 2004/09/09 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220001-0 iloh-ii!t,Oi Approved For Release 2004~DP96-00788 R001700220001-0 AS OF 26 JUNE 1981 SUMMARY OF SESSIONS TRAINING 207 OPERATIONAL 575 PROJECTS: 64 *A. COMPLETED: 51 B. WORKING: 12 C. INACTIVE: 1 INTELLIGENCE PROVIDED: A. USEFUL DATA PROVIDED 24 PROJECTS B. FAILED TO HELP 24 PROJECTS C. DATA STILL BEING STUDIED CONCERNING 16 PROJECTS *INCLUDES ONE PROJECT CANCELLED. NOT RELEASABLE TO FOREIGN NATIONALS Approved For Release 2004/09 UAILlDP96-00788R001700220001-0 Approved For Release 2004/09/09 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220001-0 Approved For Release 2004/09/09 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220001-0 Approved For Release 2004/09/09 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220001-0 G FAPER SECRET vORKIid CURRENT/FUTURE. ACTIVITIES 1. Identification of new personnel a. MI Career Course b. INSCOM units locally 2. FY 81 joint effort with DIA and SRI. 3. FY 82 proposed work with DIA and SRI. 4. Monroe Institute. 5. Establish contacts with other agencies/institutes. Approved For Release 2004/09/09 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220001-0