Military Police Internment/resettlement Operations

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    something I came across while researching Gulf War Syndrome...

    http://www.adtdl.army.mil/cgi-bin/atdl.dll/fm/3-19.40/toc.htm

    Table of Contents


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    PREFACE

    PART ONE FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT OPERATIONS
    Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
    Procedures
    Definitions
    Objectives
    Agencies
    Protection of Captives and Detainees
    Protection of Enemy Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees
    Protection of Refugees

    Chapter 2 COMMANDER AND STAFF RESPONSIBILITIES
    Section I — Commanders
    Procedures
    Principles and Policies
    Security
    Section II — Staff Officers
    Adjutant General
    Finance Officer
    Civil-Military Operations Officer
    Chaplain
    Engineer Officer
    Public Affairs Officer
    Signal Officer
    Staff Judge Advocate
    Medical Operations
    Movement Control Officer
    Inspector General
    Psychological Operations
    Section III — Training

    PART TWO ENEMY PRISONERS OF WAR AND CIVILIAN INTERNEES
    Chapter 3 DIVISION COLLECTING POINTS AND CORPS HOLDING AREAS
    Overview
    Processing Captives
    Evacuating Captives
    Division Collecting Points
    Corps Holding Areas
    Collocated Screening Sites
    Collecting Points in Other Operations

    Chapter 4 ENEMY PRISONERS OF WAR
    Evacuation
    Receiving and Processing Areas
    Assignment to Internment Facilities
    Control and Discipline
    Clothing
    Subsistence
    Medical and Sanitation Considerations
    Correspondence
    Canteens
    Social Programs
    Security

    Chapter 5 CIVILIAN INTERNEES
    General Protection
    Administrative Responsibilities
    Principles and Policies
    Clothing
    Subsistence
    Receiving and Processing Areas
    Control and Discipline
    Internee Committee
    Correspondence
    Complaints and Requests
    Medical Treatment
    Sanitation
    Transfer
    Release
    Social Programs
    Employment
    Security
    Disturbances
    Facility Markings

    Chapter 6 INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT FACILITIES
    Planning
    Security Requirements
    Layout
    Receiving and Processing Centers
    Medical and Sanitation Considerations

    PART THREE UNITED STATES MILITARY PRISONERS
    Chapter 7 ARMY CORRECTIONS SYSTEM
    Levels of Confinement
    Correctional Facilities
    Legal Rights and Requirements
    Segregation
    Custody and Control
    Correctional-Treatment Programs
    Employment and Education
    Recreation
    Compensation, Clemency, and Parole
    Correctional Staff
    Prisoner Services Branch
    Personal Property and Funds
    Mail and Correspondence
    Support Personnel
    Transfer and Disposition Procedures
    Logistics
    Medical and Dental Treatment

    Chapter 8 BATTLEFIELD CONFINEMENT OF UNITED STATES MILITARY PRISONERS
    Planning
    Field Detention Facility
    Field Confinement Facility
    Transfer and Disposition of Prisoners

    PART FOUR MILITARY POLICE SUPPORT TO CIVIL-MILITARY OPERATIONS
    Chapter 9 POPULACE AND RESOURCE CONTROL
    Dislocated-Civilian Operations
    Planning Dislocated-Civilian Operations
    Military Police Support to Dislocated-Civilian Operations

    Chapter 10 HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES
    Section I - Humanitarian Assistance
    Operational Environment
    Rules of Engagement
    Legal Considerations
    Military Police Support
    Section II - Emergency Services
    In Continental United States
    Outside Continental United States

    Appendix A METRIC CONVERSIONS
    Appendix B USE OF FORCE AND RIOT CONTROL MEASURES
    Use of Force
    Deadly Force
    Rules of Engagement
    Nonlethal Weapons
    Crowd Dynamics
    Riot Control Measures
    Riot Control Agents
    Positions
    Formations
    Appendix C EQUIPMENT GUIDE
    Appendix D MILITARY POLICE INTERNMENT/RESETTLEMENT UNITS

    GLOSSARY
    BIBLIOGRAPHY
    AUTHENTICATION



    DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release: distribution is unlimited




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    *This publication supersedes FM 19-40, 27 February 1976, and FM 19-60, 27 May 1986.
     
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    signifigance?
     
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    none, just random military guidelines I came across.
     
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    So, what did you find out about Gulf War Syndrome? I was just thinking of this very thing tonight and thinking I may need to do some research myself soon. If you've come up with anything interesting, I'd love for you to share it, if you don't mind. :)
     

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