COLLATERAL DAMAGE ESTIMATION (CDE)

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COLLATERAL DAMAGE ESTIMATION (CDE)
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  1. COMMON CDE TERMS:
    LOW: LAW OF WAR
    LOAC:LAW OF ARMED CONFLICT
    ROE: RULES OF ENGAGEMENT
    PID: POSITIVE IDENTIFICATION
    CID: COMBAT IDENTIFICATION
    PGM: PRECISION GUIDED MUNITION
    ASUGM:AIR TO SURFACE GUIDED MUNITION
    SSBM:SURFACE TO SURFACE BALLISTIC MUNITION
  2. COLLATERAL DAMAGE
    Unintentional or Incidental injury
  3. Collateral Object
    • Civilian and non combatant buildings
    • vehicles
    • structures
  4. civilian
    non military
  5. non combatant
    • medical personnel
    • chaplains
    • POW
  6. 3 OPERATIONAL IMPERATIVES:
    • 1. MISSION
    • 2. FORCE PROTECTION
    • 3. COLLATERAL DAMAGE
  7. 3 LEGAL IMPERATIVES (RNP):
    • 1 REASONABLE
    • 2 NECESSARY
    • 3 PROPORTIONAL
  8. CAUSES OF FRATRICIDE: 
    FAILURE TO PID
    Inaccurate target locations/descriptions
    Incorrect target information transmitted / received

  9. 2 categories of Collateral Damage
    • Category I-Most Sensitive
    • Category 2-Less Sensitive
  10. Category 1 Objects:
    • 1. Diplomatic facilities
    • 2. Religious /Cultural/Historical
    • 3. Non-Gov't Organizations (Red Cross)
    • 4. Medical Facilities
    • 5. Public Education Facilities
    • 6. Civilian Refugee Camps
    • 7. POW Camps / Detention Facilities
    • 8. Facilities with Environmental Concerns
    • 9. Dams or Dikes
  11. Human Shields
    • Category 1+ Sensitive
    • Only SECDEF or PRESIDENT CAN APPROVE!
  12. MITIGATION TECHNIQUES:
    • Delay Fuzing / Bomb Burial
    • Airburst
    • Shielding
    • Delivery Heading
    • Aimpoint Offset
  13. Delay Fuzing / Bomb Burial:  
    Best mitigation for Frag and Blast
  14. Thermal effects should be considered when planning attacks on thermal sensitive materials
    (i.e wood structures, gas tanks)
  15. 5 questions to answer before engaging:
    • 1. PID / ROE?
    • 2. CDE CONCERNS?
    • 3. CAN I MITIGATE?
    • 4. HOW MANY/MUCH CDE?
    • 5. IS IT EXCESSIVE?

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