Joint Doctrine Update

April 2010
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2010 2nd Quarter, Issue 57, p134
The article presents updates of joint doctrine in the U.S. Revisions of the Joint Publication (JP) 1, Doctrine for the Armed Forces of the U.S. and development of a new joint publication, JP 3-15.1, Joint Counter-improvised explosive devices (IED) Operations were the major topics discussed during the last Joint Doctrine Development Community (JDDC). It also highlights the major outcome of the JDDC on the approval of JP 3-15.1


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