NATO - AJP-4.10
ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR MEDICAL SUPPORT
|Publication Date:||11 September 2019|
Doctrine provides fundamental principles and commonly agreed standards by which military forces guide their actions in support of objectives. The clear understanding and acceptance of doctrine by allied joint forces is a prerequisite for the successful conduct of operations. Allied Joint Publication (AJP) 4.10 builds on the key themes set out in AJP-01(D) Allied Joint Doctrine and translates the fundamental NATO principles and policies of medical support as given by the Military Committee Publication (MC) 326 into operational guidance. AJP 4.10 is one of the supporting joint publications of AJP-4, the Allied Joint Logistic Doctrine. Subordinate to AJP-4.10 are the Allied Joint Medical Publication (AJMedP), Allied Medical Publication (AMedP) and Allied Air Medical Publications (AAMedP) series, which are intended for an audience of medical staff officers and subject matter experts1 and provide greater detail on the different aspects of joint medical support.
1 See Annex A Medical Doctrine Architecture