Military Doctrine is the fundamental principles by which military forces guide their actions in support of national objectives. It is authoritative but requires judgement in its application. Derived from a mixture of operational experience, observation and applied thought, doctrine is general in nature and describes fundamentals, principles and preconditions of military operations at the different operational levels.
Land Warfare Doctrine Box of Books
Given below are the current UNCLASSIFIED Army doctrine publications:-
Contact Army Doctrine: army.doctrine [at] defence.gov.au
Launch of the Land Warfare Doctrine Box of Books
The Land Warfare Doctrine Box of Books comprises of eight Land Warfare Doctrine publications that describe how the Australian Army thinks about its preparation for, and conduct of, war.
Development of this integrated series of publications form part of an ongoing program of doctrine reform and reinvigoration, a key recommendation of The Ryan Review – A Study of Army’s Education, Training and Doctrine Needs for the Future.