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ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR THE CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS

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Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 11 February 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 164
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Allied joint publication (AJP)-3(C) Allied Joint Doctrine for the Conduct of Operations is the keystone North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) doctrine for the conduct of joint operations from preparation to termination. AJP-3(C) builds on the principles described by AJP-01(E) Allied Joint Doctrine, is adjacent and closely related to AJP-5 Allied Joint Doctrine for the Planning of Operations, and it is the foundational doctrine for the AJP-3 series.

Purpose

Though every operation is unique their conduct can be approached in the same manner. AJP-3(C) provides joint commanders and staffs with a common framework to command, coordinate and synchronize Alliance operations.

Document History

AJP-3
February 11, 2019
ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR THE CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS
Allied joint publication (AJP)-3(C) Allied Joint Doctrine for the Conduct of Operations is the keystone North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) doctrine for the conduct of joint operations from...
March 16, 2011
ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR THE CONDUCT OF OPERATIONS
PREFACE The successful execution of military operations requires a clearly understood doctrine, and this is especially important when operations are to be conducted by allied or coalition forces....
July 2, 2007
ALLIED DOCTRINE FOR JOINT OPERATIONS
AJP-3(A) ‘Allied Doctrine for Joint Operations' describes the fundamental principles of joint operations and provides guidance on the conduct of joint operations at the operational level.
September 1, 2002
ALLIED JOINT OPERATIONS
Scope and applicability. AJP-3 is intended for use by the Joint Force Commander (JFC), his Component Commanders and their staffs. This publication can also be used as a reference aid and to promote...

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