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NATO - AJP-2

Allied Joint Intelligence, Counter Intelligence and Security Doctrine

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Organization: NATO
Publication Date: 1 July 2003
Status: inactive
Page Count: 68
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The purpose of this publication is to define the common Joint Intelligence, CI, and Security Doctrine that is to be used within the Alliance and through doing so, to promote interoperability. This doctrine together with AJPs 2.1 and 2.2 will form the doctrinal baseline for the teaching of Joint Intelligence, CI and Security in the training establishments of the Alliance and for the development of operational procedures. AJP 2.0 will also serve to inform those nations with whom the Alliance may operate in multinational operations.

This doctrine will further contribute to interoperability by providing a common basis for the identification of operational user needs and for the design and procurement of systems, structures and equipment related to the conduct of Joint Intelligence, CI and Security.

Document History

July 24, 2020
(RESTRICTED) ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR INTELLIGENCE, COUNTER-INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY
A description is not available for this item.
February 22, 2016
ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR INTELLIGENCE, COUNTERINTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY
PURPOSE 1. The aim of AJP-2(A) is to explain intelligence and counter-intelligence in order to optimize their contributions to operations. This general framework should facilitate a common...
September 29, 2014
ALLIED JOINT DOCTRINE FOR INTELLIGENCE, COUNTER-INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY
A description is not available for this item.
AJP-2
July 1, 2003
Allied Joint Intelligence, Counter Intelligence and Security Doctrine
The purpose of this publication is to define the common Joint Intelligence, CI, and Security Doctrine that is to be used within the Alliance and through doing so, to promote interoperability. This...

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