joint doctrine

joint doctrine

Fundamental principles that guide the employment of US military forces in coordinated action toward a common objective. Joint doctrine contained in joint publications also includes terms, tactics, techniques, and procedures. It is authoritative but requires judgment in application. See also Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff instruction; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff manual; doctrine; joint doctrine development community; Joint Doctrine Development System; joint publication; joint test publication; multinational doctrine.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Further, it supports foundational doctrine statements outlined in Air Force Doctrine Document 1, Air Force Basic Doctrine, Organization, and Command.34 Although a part of Air Force basic doctrine, MTOs must still become part of joint doctrine to ensure the widest understanding and application across the joint community--thus the call for members of the joint community, specifically the ISR Task Force, to address the issue of the optimal application of ISR.
(2) JP 4-04, Joint Doctrine for Civil Engineering Support, 27 September 2001, p.
In Joint Doctrine, we have four important pieces from our friends at Joint Staff J7, both north and south, all focused on the future.
Furthermore, the phrasing in JP 3-24 has changed to match Air Force doctrine's first tenet of airpower (limiting all decentralized actions to execution alone and mandating centralized control): "The mosaic nature of COIN is ideally suited to decentralized execution." (8) This apparent desire to have joint doctrine match Air Force doctrine often stretches to extremes.
It consolidates FM 5-100, Engineer Operations, and FM 5-114, Engineer Operations Short of War, and more importantly, links Joint Publication (JP) 3-34, Engineer Doctrine for Joint Operations; JP 3-15, Joint Doctrine for Barriers, Obstacles, and Mine Warfare; JP 4-04, Joint Doctrine for Civil Engineering Support; and FM 3-0, Operations, to our manuals.
In the joint arena, Joint Publication (JP) 3-26, Joint Doctrine for Homeland Security, published under the direction of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, provides the principles and doctrine to guide the armed forces in the conduct of HLS operations in joint, multinational, and interagency environments.
We also offer three interesting book reviews along with an expanded Joint Doctrine section.
"Joint doctrine presents fundamental principles that guide the employment of US military forces," and "[commanders] at all levels [must] ensure their forces operate in accordance with the 'law of war,'" which is "binding on the United States." (6) Joint doctrine incorporates what the United States has agreed to follow in international law as well as operational best practices.
This is the first Army operations manual to complement joint doctrine properly.
Army Engineer School and TRADOC are revising the Army doctrine hierarchy and numbering system to be more in line with the Joint doctrine hierarchy and numbering system.
Accompanying three book reviews, our Joint Doctrine section comprises three important issues: robots, food security, and joint planning.
Current Air Force and joint doctrine governing war fighting in cyberspace is scarce.

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