Army Doctrine Publication ADP 5-0 (FM 5-0) The Operations Process May 2012

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 5-0 (FM 5-0)    The Operations Process    May 2012Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) 5-0, The Operations Process, constitutes the Army’s view on planning, preparing, executing, and assessing operations. (See figure 1 on page iv.) It accounts for the complex, ever-changing, and uncertain nature of operations and recognizes that a military operation is foremost a human undertaking. As such, this publication emphasizes the philosophy of mission command to include the central role of commanders (suppor…

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 3-05 Special Operations August 2012

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 3-05     Special Operations     August 2012Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) 3-05, Special Operations, provides a broad understanding of Army special operations by describing how executing the two mutually supporting critical capabilities of special warfare and surgical strike contribute to unified land operations (figure 1, page iii). ADP 3-05 provides a foundation for how the Army meets the joint force commander’s needs by appropriately blending Army special operations forces and conventi…

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 6-0 Mission Command May 2012

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 6-0     Mission Command      May 2012Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) 6-0 presents the Army’s guidance on command, control, and the mission command warfighting function. This publication concisely describes how commanders, supported by their staffs, combine the art of command and the science of control to understand situations, make decisions, direct action, and accomplish missions. (See figure 1, page iv, for a graphical overview of the exercise of mission command.) The principal au…

Army Doctrine Reference Publication ADRP 5-0 The Operations Process May 2012

Army Doctrine Reference Publication ADRP 5-0 The Operations Process May 2012Army doctrine reference publication (ADRP) 5-0 augments the principles of the operations process found in Army doctrine publication (ADP) 5-0, The Operations Process. It provides an expanded discussion of planning, preparing, executing, and assessing operations. Together with ADP 5-0, this ADRP establishes a common frame of reference and language that commanders and staffs use for the exercise of mission command. To comprehend the doctrine contai…

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 3-05 Special Operations August 2012 by United States Government US Army (2012-09-06)

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Army Doctrine Publication ADP 3-05 Special Operations August 2012 by United States Government US Army (2012-09-06)Army doctrine reference publication (ADRP) 5-0 augments the principles of the operations process found in Army doctrine publication (ADP) 5-0, The Operations Process. It provides an expanded discussion of planning, preparing, executing, and assessing operations. Together with ADP 5-0, this ADRP establishes a common frame of reference and language that commanders and staffs use for the exercise of mission command. To comprehend the doctrine contai…

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 3-05 Special Operations August 2012

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 3-05     Special Operations     August 2012Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) 3-05, Special Operations, provides a broad understanding of Army special operations by describing how executing the two mutually supporting critical capabilities of special warfare and surgical strike contribute to unified land operations (figure 1, page iii). ADP 3-05 provides a foundation for how the Army meets the joint force commander’s needs by appropriately blending Army special operations forces and conven…

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 5-0 (FM 5-0) The Operations Process May 2012 by United States Government US Army (2012-08-20)

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Army Doctrine Publication ADP 5-0 (FM 5-0) The Operations Process May 2012 by United States Government US Army (2012-08-20)Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) 3-05, Special Operations, provides a broad understanding of Army special operations by describing how executing the two mutually supporting critical capabilities of special warfare and surgical strike contribute to unified land operations (figure 1, page iii). ADP 3-05 provides a foundation for how the Army meets the joint force commander’s needs by appropriately blending Army special operations forces and conven…

Army Doctrine Reference Publication ADRP 3-09 Fires with Change 1 8 February 2013

Army Doctrine Reference Publication ADRP 3-09 Fires with Change 1 8 February 2013Army Doctrine Reference Publication (ADRP) 3-09, Fires, is one of the ADRPs released under Doctrine 2015. ADRP 3-09 expands on the foundations and principles found in ADP 3-09. This Army doctrine for fires builds on the collective knowledge and experience gained through recent operations and numerous exercises. It is rooted in time-tested principles and fundamentals, while accommodating new technologies. ADRP 3-09 makes numerous changes from Fiel…

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 5-0 (FM 5-0) The Operations Process May 2012

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 5-0 (FM 5-0) The Operations Process May 2012Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) 5-0, The Operations Process, constitutes the Army’s view on planning, preparing, executing, and assessing operations. (See figure 1 on page iv.) It accounts for the complex, ever-changing, and uncertain nature of operations and recognizes that a military operation is foremost a human undertaking. As such, this publication emphasizes the philosophy of mission command to include the central role of commanders (supp…

Army Doctrine Publication ADP 1-02 Operational Terms and Military Symbols August 2012 by United States Government US Army (2012-09-05)

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Army Doctrine Publication ADP 1-02 Operational Terms and Military Symbols August 2012 by United States Government US Army (2012-09-05)Army Doctrine Publication (ADP) 5-0, The Operations Process, constitutes the Army’s view on planning, preparing, executing, and assessing operations. (See figure 1 on page iv.) It accounts for the complex, ever-changing, and uncertain nature of operations and recognizes that a military operation is foremost a human undertaking. As such, this publication emphasizes the philosophy of mission command to include the central role of commanders (supp…