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Defense Biometrics: Additional Training for Leaders and More Timely Transmission of Data Could Enhance the Use of Biometrics in Afghanistan
Brian J. Lepore (au)
The collection of biometrics data, including fingerprints and iris patterns, enables U.S. counterinsurgency operations to identify enemy combatants and link individuals to events such as improvised explosive device detonations. This report examined the extent to which (1) the Department of Defenseńˇ╗s (DODńˇ╗s) biometrics training supports warfighter use of biometrics; (2) DOD is effectively collecting and transmitting biometrics data; and (3) DOD has developed a process to collect and disseminate biometrics lessons learned. To address these objectives, the report focused on the Army and to a lesser extent on the Marine Corps and U.S. Special Operations Command, since the Army collected about 86% of the biometrics enrollments in Afghanistan. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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