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:-
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Release of LWD 3-0-4 Stability Actions
The LWD 3-0-4 Stability Actions publication has been developed to provide guidance on stability actions across the range of military land activities and operations.
The publication is functional tactical doctrine written to support all levels of training in stability actions. The publication is intended to support commanders, staff and students alike.
This publication contains information on the following:
• tactics within the context of stability activities
• stability activities, tactical actions, tactical tasks and techniques
• enabling activities and tactical tasks.
Access LWD 3-0-4 Stability Actions