OPSEC Defense Support: Humanitarian and Security Operations
In The News:
Intelligence:Defense:Interpol:LEO Fusion Optimization
of Operational Logistics and Resource Capabilities.
Stephen M. Apatow
Director of Research & Development
Resource Institute (UN:NGO:DESA)
Consortium Graduate Studies
for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine & Law
Threat Assessment: Armed Services Committee Vincent R. Stewart,
Lieutenant General, U.S. Marine Corps Director, Defense Intelligence
Agency, 3 February 2015
Since October 2001, combat operations in
the Afghanistan Theater of Operations have presented the U.S. Army with
constant evolution of complex situations that have routinely
highlighted shortfalls in current doctrinal solutions. At every
echelon, the Army has adapted to the complex situations within the
Operational Environment (OE) by revising doctrine to reflect the
adaptive responses to the ever-evolving spectrum of threats. -- The Targeting Process: D3A and F3EAD:
Small Wars Journal, 16 July 2011.
Threat Analysis based on exploitation of complex emergencies by failed
states, state sponsors of terrorism, transnational terrorist and crime
20 years of advocacy and policy
development work through Humanitarian
Resource Institute (UN:NGO:DESA), the
Humanitarian Intervention Initiative (H-II) was established to support
strategic planning, development and stabilization of humanitarian
emergencies that were beyond the operational capacities of the United
Nations, non-governmental and relief organizations. Today this
work encompasses strategic planning, critical analysis of prioritized
emergencies, expert think tank development
for background discussions, peer reviewed data compilation and
communications that engage decision makers and target audiences on the
grassroots level in 193 United Nations member countries through the International
Disaster Information Network (IDIN). Establishing a new reference
point for Stabilization, Security, Containment and Control (SSTR) in a
Comprehensive Approach framework.
16 May 2014
When the size and
scope of a humanitarian crisis is beyond the
operational capacities of relief organizations and UN Agencies, then
resources equipped to handle large scale logistical challenges need to
be engaged. HRI:H-II OPSEC supports the utilization of the Global
Special Operations Network and SOF capabilities, on the Interpol Fusion
Task Force level, as the lead in complex crisis management for
Stabilization, Security, Support and Reconstruction (SSTR) Operations.
25 April 2014
H-II OPSEC targets
SOF PMC-PSC support for UN member countries in
cooperation with UNODC Wildlife
and forest crime operations.
15 April 2013
- Read about H-II OPSEC -
Redefining a Global Security Support System in the Journal of Special Operations
ABC's, 15 April 2013.
In 1999, Humanitarian
Resource institute initiated the International Disaster Information
Network (IDIN) project in
cooperation with the FEMA
Preparedness, Exercises & Training Directorate, building upon the
foundation established by the U.S. State
Department plans for a Global Disaster Information Network (GDIN)
the early 90's.
The IDIN global
communication network included
leaders in approximately 200 United Nations member countries,
corporate, inter-governmental, non
governmental, community action, interfaith organizations and
radio and television networks). This resources were utilized
planning for the Year 2000 conversion.
Today the IDIN network is ground zero
for global defense and logistics support for
4 April 2013
H-II OPSEC -
Redefining a Global Security Support System
mission of Humanitarian
Resource Institute is to "Bridge Unmet Needs to Untapped
Resources." This objective is accomplished through strategic planning,
critical analysis, expert think tank development for background
discussions, peer reviewed data compilation and communications that
engage decision makers and target audiences on the grassroots level in
193 United Nations member countries.
The Humanitarian University Consortium (ProMED:ISID:
2003 (08): Humanitarian Univ. Consort.) was founded to
support the development of initiatives associated with economic,
social, cultural and humanitarian issues worldwide. Our mission
is to serve as (1) an
international community of scholars, (2) a bridge between Humanitarian
Institute and the international academic community, (3) a think tank in
support of the United Nations programs and (4) the promotion of higher
through both traditional and distance education.
Expanding Peer Reviewed Dialogue
Threats and Terrorism, Assessing the Science and Response Capabilities:
Workshop Summary," the National Academy of Sciences has
Humanitarian Resource Institute (HRI) as one of nine leading
educational and research institutions. These include:
for Nonproliferation Studies.
University: Center for Public Health Preparedness.
University John F. Kennedy School of Government: Belfer Center for
Science and International Affairs.
Hopkins University: Center for Civilian Biodefense Studies.
Institute of Technology: Center for International Studies.
Academy of Sciences.
of Maryland: Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland.
of Minnesota: Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy.
Reference: Forum on
Emerging Infections, Board on Global Health. "Front Matter."
Biological Threats and Terrorism: Assessing the Science and Response
Capabilities: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The
Academies Press, 2002.
Redefining a Global Security Support System
OPSEC - A Special Operations Center for Excellence
2010, the Humanitarian Intervention Initiative (H-II) was
established to support strategic planning, development and
stabilization of humanitarian emergencies that are beyond the
operational capacities of the United Nations, non-governmental and
relief organizations. This focus includes Expanding Special Protective
Forces for Humanitarian Operations through H-II OPSEC. Three
organizational frameworks are integrated into this global security
Resource Institute (HRI): Global unmet
needs analysis, strategic planning and policy development. A Neutral,
Impartial and Independent United Nations Non-Governmental Organization,
listed with the United Nations Department of Economic
and Social Affairs. On the web: www.humanitarian.net
OPSEC: Security Consultancy: Optimizing (1) special
operations and special
protective forces integration for crisis response and
humanitarian operations, with the support of NATO and Interpol level
grassroots support in every UN member country, (2) Private security
contractor umbrella for humanitarian operations 193 UN member
countries, and (3) mediation on the United Nations, NGO and relief
organizational level for complex emergencies in support of "A
Comprehensive Approach" operational framework.. On the web: www.H-II.org
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Initiative (UNARTS): . On the web: www.unarts.org
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