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.
Given below are the current UNCLASSIFIED Army doctrine publications:-
The Land Doctrine Centre is providing the interim (Draft) version of LWD 5-0 Planning on The Cove for review and comment. This is the first publication to presented to an Army-wide audience to generate discourse on doctrine content and we invite you to join in on the discussion and share your thoughts on the publication.
In keeping Doctrine relevant, we encourage all Army members to contribute their comments derived from their experience. To join the LWD 5-0 Planning conversation, head over to The Cove.