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15 November 2017

The Nature of Military Doctrine: A Decade of Study in 1500 Words

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Today, The Strategy Bridge talks the fundamentals of doctrine with Aaron P. Jackson : “Doctrine, in its modern form, consists of series of written manuals that, together, are representative of a military’s institutional belief system. For all that I have learned about doctrine over the past decade, the most important thing is that whatever the pros and cons of doctrine itself may be, the belief system underlying it and the broader context in which the doctrine exists are much more difficult to perceive, study and understand; yet both are also much more important. No study of doctrine can be complete without taking these factors into account.”

Read the full article online at: https://thestrategybridge.org/the-bridge/2017/11/15/the-nature-of-military-doctrine-a-decade-of-study-in-1500-words

 

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