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NATO - AJP-3.13

ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR THE DEPLOYMENT AND REDEPLOYMENT OF FORCES

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Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 17 May 2021
Status: active
Page Count: 96
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Allied Joint Publication (AJP)-3.13(A), Allied Joint Doctrine for the Deployment and Redeployment of Forces provides NATO doctrine for the conduct of deployment and redeployment operations. AJP-3.13(A) builds on the principles described by AJP-3(C), Allied Joint Doctrine for the conduct of Operations.

Purpose

Although every operation is unique their conduct can be approached in the same manner. AJP-3.13(A) provides joint commanders and staffs with a common framework to command, coordinate and synchronize Alliance deployment and redeployment operations.

Document History

AJP-3.13
May 17, 2021
ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR THE DEPLOYMENT AND REDEPLOYMENT OF FORCES
Allied Joint Publication (AJP)-3.13(A), Allied Joint Doctrine for the Deployment and Redeployment of Forces provides NATO doctrine for the conduct of deployment and redeployment operations....
June 1, 2008
ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR THE DEPLOYMENT OF FORCES
Aim. In order to undertake the full range of missions, NATO must have the capability to launch and sustain concurrent major and smaller joint operations for collective defence and crisis response on...

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