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Approved For Release 2004/09/09 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220021-8 NOFORN IAOPS FACT SHEET SUBJECT: Inputs for MG Stubblebine TO: Chief of Staff Mr. Garrett/26848 10 April , 981 PURPOSE: (U) To provide weekly highlights of major operational activities. FACTS: 1. (U) Operations Report. When INSCOM was formed, USAINTA published a periodic operations report for the ACSI. Subsequent to INSCOM's establishment, the pros and cons of continuing the report were discussed. As a result, a multidiscipline operations report emerged. This report is disseminated bi- weekly based on information received from field units. OPREP 06-81 is attached as Inclosure 1 for your information. 2. (U) OPSGRAM. A matter of major concern to the field commanders is feed- back from the headquarters. The OPSGRAM is designed to provide information to all major INSCOM commanders. OPSGRAM 05-81 is attached as Inclosure 2. 3. (U) GRILL FLAME Briefing to Staff Members, Senate Select Committee. a. (U) A meeting was held at 1500 hours, 3 April 1981 in a conference room of the Dirksen Office building to discuss the Army role in Project GRILL FLAME. Expressed concerns of the Senate staffers were: How is the program going? What has been the pay-off? Legality of the Program; and Where are you (Army) heading? b. (U) The Army position was fully briefed, including our working relationship with DIA. LTC Watt briefed for almost one hour on the growth and development of the INSCOM GRILL FLAME Program. At the request of BG Wilmot, several of the operational tasks that INSCOM worked on were included in the briefing. LTC Watt outlined several of the evaluations we have received from tasking agencies regarding our input. c. (U) Manpower requirements were discussed, including our POM submission for FY 82. The GDIP staff is considering our request for 5 spaces to support this program. It was explained that INSCOM currently has a nine-man task force working on the project, and that all resources are "out-of-hide" to keep the program functioning. Hence, INSCOM was not asking for an increase to the project manning level, but rather some relief from the current manpower drain on existing resources. d. (U) A special briefing will be scheduled for you on this subject. ?_,c,/ Classified by INSCOM PAM 380-2 Review on 10 Apr 2001 era-- -- -- -- ,, [ `SlG/i iI C{ L.?y1_ l :CO NOFORN Approved Fo"r.Release 2004/09109 : CIA-RDP96-00788 R001700220021-8 ROUTING AND TRANSMITTAL SUP Dabs 0"00 F0: (Name, office symbol, room number, building, Agency/Post) Initials Date Z L~ Ion File Note and Return roval For Clearance Per Conversation Requested For Correction Prepare Reply irculate For Your Information See Me mment investigate Signature lCoordination' Justify 44 - DO NOT use this form as a RECORD of approvals, conca*ert , disposals, clearances, and similar actions FROM: (Name, org. symbol, Agency/Post) X6, b csd04S 1041-102 U.S. G.P.O. 1979-285-092 Phoqp 14 OPeIObN~A b FORM 41 (Rev. 7-76) 101-11.206 FFPMR (41 C o Approved For Release 2004/09/09 : CIA-RDP96-00788R001700220021-8