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NATO - AJP-4.6

ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR THE JOINT LOGISTIC SUPPORT GROUP

active, Most Current
Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 5 December 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 54
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Allied Joint Publication (AJP)-4.6(C) Allied Joint Doctrine for the Joint Logistic Support Group provides the NATO level 2 doctrine for the conduct of the Joint Logistic Support Group from preparation to termination. AJP-4.6(C) builds on the principles described in AJP-4(B) 'Allied Joint Doctrine for Logistics'.

Purpose

Although every operation is unique their conduct can be approached in the same manner. AJP-4.6(C) provides joint commanders and their staffs with a common framework for the command, responsibilities and coordination of Joint Logistic Support Group.

Document History

AJP-4.6
December 5, 2018
ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR THE JOINT LOGISTIC SUPPORT GROUP
Allied Joint Publication (AJP)-4.6(C) Allied Joint Doctrine for the Joint Logistic Support Group provides the NATO level 2 doctrine for the conduct of the Joint Logistic Support Group from...
April 1, 2014
ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR THE JOINT LOGISTIC SUPPORT GROUP
In order to provide a doctrinal framework for the conduct of theatre-level logistics, multinational joint theatre logistics addresses the requirements for and the organization and functions of...
December 1, 2003
MULTINATIONAL JOINT LOGISTIC CENTRE DOCTRINE (MJLC)
This publication is applicable to the full spectrum of potential NATO operations, both Article 5 and non-Article 5, as well as in exercices, including those conducted in co-operation with the United...
December 1, 2003
MULTINATIONAL JOINT LOGISTIC CENTRE (MJLC) DOCTRINE
Purpose. The aim of this publication is to provide a doctrinal framework for the MJLC concept and for the employment of its capabilities. It should be read in conjunction with the current editions...

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