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Hot Topics in Doctrine

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ACE Concepts and the Ukraine War The Key to Maximizing the Air Force's Agile Combat Employment Concept
Modern War Institute (MWI) at West Point
Organizing for C2 and Mission Command

To Build Joint Command and Control, First Break Joint Command and Control
War on the Rocks

The Army and Transforming for JADO

Operationalizing Joint All-Domain Transformation
The Association of the United States Army 

A History of the Mission Command Philosophy

History, Mission Command, and the Auftragstaktik Infatuation
Army University Press

Introduction to Doctrine and FAQ

A Quick Introduction to Doctrine - The Air Force provides the United States with airpower. To achieve this, our Air Force doctrine provides Airmen with the historically proven best practices learned through experience. These foundational basics allow us to respond more quickly to operations in today's changing world environment, freeing commanders and planners to think about larger issues such as strategy, operational art, and objectives.

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Reading List

While not doctrine, the books on this list provide an Air Force perspective supporting the best practices presented in doctrine publications. These books are not produced by the LeMay Center; no hard copy editions are available from LeMay.

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