Today’s PDF share is Army in Europe Regulation 381-22 for Military Intelligence entitled Processing Walk-Ins
This regulation pertains to handling and processing walk-ins of intelligence interest.
The policy in this regulation was previously published in USAREUR Regulation 381-22.
This regulation establishes policy, procedures, responsibilities, and guidance for handling and processing walk-ins.
As defined in the regulation a walk-in is a person who voluntarily contacts a U.S. Army person or facility in person in writing, by telephone, or through another person or agency in order to provide information of significant value to the United States; or a disaffected person (one who is discontent and resentful, especially against authority) who presents him or herself to a U.S. installation in a foreign country and who appears willing to accept recruitment in place or requests asylum or assistance in escaping from the control of his or her government.
An asylum seeker is a person who has departed his or her country of nationality or habitual residence and who is unable to return to that country because of a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion; who does not possess another citizenship; and who has not acquired resident status in the country of present domicile.
A defector is a person who unlawfully and voluntarily leaves control of a country that has views contrary to those of the United States and allows him or herself to come under the control of U.S. authorities.