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Page 2 Page 3, HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS CONDITIONS Of ReLeASe. This publication is British Ministry of Defence Crown copyright Material and information contained. in this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system and transmitted for MOD use. only except where authority for use by other organisations or individuals has been authorised by a. Patent Officer of the Defence Intellectual Property Rights whose details appear below. Crown copyright and Merchandise Licensing Defence Intellectual Property rights Central Legal. Services MOD Abbeywood South Poplar 2 2214 Bristol BS34 8JH email DIPR CTM mod uk. This publication has been produced under the direction and authority of the Chief of the General. Staff by ACOS Warfare branch in his capacity as sponsor of Army Doctrine It is the individual s. responsibility to ensure that he or she is using the latest version of this publication If in doubt the. individual should contact the Warfare Branch of HQ field Army details below. The contents constitute mandatory regulations or an MOD Approved Code of Practice ACOP and. provide clear military information concerning the most up to date experience and best practice. available for commanders and troops to use for operations and training To avoid criminal liability. and prosecution for a breach of health and safety law you must follow the relevant provisions of. the ACOP Breaches or omissions could result in disciplinary action under the provisions of the. Armed forces Act, DISTRIBUTION, As directed by ACOS Warfare. CONTACT DeTAILS, Suggestions for change or queries are welcomed and should be sent to Warfare Branch editor. Headquarters field Army Land Warfare Development Centre Imber Road Warminster BA12 0DJ. Page 2 Page 3, CGS foreword to ADP Land Operations. ADP Land Operations is the British Army s core doctrine It provides the framework of. understanding for our approach to combat and to operations It is the foundation for all of. our tactical doctrine It recognises that the nature of warfare remains constant it remains. visceral and violent characterised by friction in which the simplest things become difficult. its outcomes are more often about the effects on peoples minds than they are about. physical effects and it is always about politics This new edition is necessary because the. character of conflict has evolved significantly due to the pervasiveness of information. The context is complex and dynamic We live and fight in a goldfish bowl There are few secrets. any longer We have access to multiple audiences and they have access to us No longer is. there a clear distinction between war and peace We live in an era of constant competition. and confrontation in which our adversaries exploit the grey area short of combat operations. to seek advantage There is no boundary between what happens abroad and what happens. at home Success is more likely to be achieved through non military or non lethal means and. invariably it is the triumph of the narrative that is decisive not necessarily the facts on the. ground The battlefield is increasingly decentralized with a premium placed on the talent of low. level leadership and its understanding of the strategic context And the expectations of military. restraint as well as the complexity of the legal context constrain commanders as never before. The two central ideas in British Doctrine remain constant The requirement for Mission. Command and the Manoeuvrist Approach has not changed however the latter is focused. on the enemy and in this complex and dynamic environment manoeuvre has to take. account of a much broader audience than simply the enemy A new idea is therefore. required this is called Integrated Action It is a unifying doctrine that requires commanders. first to identify their outcome second to study all of the audiences that are relevant to the. attainment of the outcome third to analyse the effects that need to be imparted on the. relevant audience before determining the best mix of capabilities from soft through to. hard power required to impart effect onto those audiences to achieve the outcome. Put simply doctrine is not just what is taught it also captures a set of beliefs the beliefs. that underpin how we practise our profession ADP Land Operations should be read by all. applied at the appropriate level and used intelligently as the framework of understanding. to inform our Army s development in this increasingly complex and dynamic context. Page 2 Page 3, Army Doctrine Publication ADP Land Operations is the primary source of doctrine for.
UK land operations Building on the foundations laid by higher level North Atlantic. Treaty Organisation NATO and Defence doctrine it provides the philosophy and. principles that guide land forces approach to operations As the capstone doctrine. of UK land forces its philosophy and principles inform the practices and procedures. in the Army field Manual AfM series handbooks and aides memoire. ADP Land Operations is required reading for all land force commanders from sub unit upwards. and for staff officers working in the land environment They must explain the doctrine to their. subordinates and so ensure that the whole land force operates in accordance with its principles. It is also useful for allies joint staffs civil servants and civilians working alongside land forces. Unless otherwise specified all definitions used in ADP Land Operations are consistent with. those of NATO Allied Administrative Publication AAP 06 NATO Glossary of Terms. ADP Land Operations has three parts, Part 1 establishes the context which informs the fundamentals of land doctrine. Chapter 1 describes the nature of conflict of the land environment and. of land forces how the character of conflict changes and key aspects of. contemporary conflict It identifies important implications for land forces. Chapter 2 examines the UK national context and describes the NATO framework. of operations and relationships within which operations are conducted. Chapter 3 describes the three components of land forces. fighting Power conceptual moral and physical, Part 2 describes the fundamentals of land doctrine. Chapter 4 explains Integrated Action a unifying doctrine which guides. the orchestration and execution of operations whether the task is any. combination of fighting engagement security or support. Chapter 5 describes the Manoeuvrist Approach the British Army s fighting. doctrine for the tactical level specifically focused on the enemy. Chapter 6 is concerned with Mission Command the, command philosophy of the British Army. Page 2 Page 3, Part 3 introduces how operations are conducted These subjects. are covered in greater detail in the AfM series, Chapter 7 explains interoperability how land forces organise for operations and how.
they support and are supported by other components. Chapter 8 provides general guidance on how operations are planned and conducted. to achieve Integrated Action It explains the tactical functions operational art various. doctrinal frameworks and provides a summary of the tactical activities that contribute to. Integrated Action, Chapter 9 describes wider aspects of command in the context of Mission Command. the characteristics of the commander and staff how operations are controlled and the. operations process, Chapter 10 is concerned with sustainment of land operations its philosophy and. principles and how it is planned and executed, ADP Land Operations continues the evolution of modern land forces capstone doctrine. from British Military Doctrine 1989 and its associated five volumes of ADPs to ADP Land. Operations 2005 and ADP Operations 2010, Page 2 Page 3. FOreWOrD i, PreFACe ii, PArt 1 COntext OF OPerAtiOns P1.
ChAPter 1 nAtUre AnD ChArACter OF COnFLiCt 1 1, introduction 1 1. the nature of conflict 1 2, the land environment 1 3. Land forces 1 4, the character of conflict 1 5, implications of the nature and character of conflict 1 8. Annex 1A Principles of war 1 11, ChAPter 2 nAtiOnAL AnD OPerAtiOnAL COntext 2 1. introduction 2 1, UK context 2 1, Campaign authority legitimacy and legality 2 2.
Military frameworks of operations 2 4, Operational relationships 2 8. Inter agency 2 9, Multinational 2 10, Whole force approach 2 12. UK land forces contribution to strategy and joint operations 2 13. ChAPter 3 Fighting POWer 3 1, introduction 3 1, the conceptual component 3 3. the moral component 3 8, the physical component 3 13. readiness deployability and recovery 3 16, Page 2 Page 3.
PArt 2 FUnDAMentALs P2, ChAPter 4 integrAteD ACtiOn 4 1. introduction 4 1, Understanding and the audience 4 2. integration of actions to achieve desired outcomes 4 4. ChAPter 5 MAnOeUvrist APPrOACh 5 1, introduction 5 1. requirements 5 1, Psychological impact of the Manoeuvrist Approach 5 2. seizing and holding the initiative 5 2, shaping understanding 5 4.
Attacking will and cohesion 5 4, ChAPter 6 MissiOn COMMAnD 6 1. introduction 6 1, Context 6 1, nature of command 6 2. Mission Command 6 4, Principles of Mission Command 6 5. Application of Mission Command 6 7, PArt 3 COnDUCt OF OPerAtiOns P3. ChAPter 7 OrgAnising FOr OPerAtiOns 7 1, introduction 7 1.
interoperabilty 7 1, Organisation of land forces 7 4. relationships of land forces to other components and capabilities 7 7. The air component 7 8, The maritime component 7 10. The special forces component 7 12, The logistic component 7 15. Cyberspace 7 16, Page 2 Page 3, ChAPter 8 OrChestrAting AnD exeCUting OPerAtiOns 8 1. introduction 8 1, Operational overview 8 1, the tactical functions 8 3.
Operational art 8 10, Doctrinal frameworks 8 12, tactical activities 8 17. Annex 8A Basis of understanding 8A 1, Annex 8B Centre of gravity analysis 8B 1. Annex 8C Operational themes and types of operations 8C 1. ChAPter 9 COMMAnDing OPerAtiOns 9 1, introduction 9 1. Principles of command 9 1, the human components of command 9 3. Command relationships 9 6, Control of operations 9 7.
the operations process 9 9, Annex 9 UnDerstAnDing risK 9A 1. ChAPter 10 sUstAining OPerAtiOns 10 1, introduction 10 1. terminology 10 1, Philosophy and principles 10 2, Functional groupings 10 4. Planning 10 5, execution 10 7, inDex 11 1, gLOssAry OF terMs g1. Page 2 Page 3, Context of operations, Part 1 provides the context from which flow Part 1 Context.
the fundamentals of land doctrine While the, Nature and character of conflict. nature of conflict endures the character evolves, National and operational context. Certain themes are likely to shape the character, fighting Power. of contemporary conflict into the early 2020s, These include the continued proliferation and. speed of information and the instability of a Part 2 Fundamentals. world characterised by constant competition Integrated Action. between an array of actors many of whom seek Manoeuvrist Approach. to undermine the international rules based order Mission Command. As well as through traditional tactics and strategies Part 3 Conduct of operations. in the physical domain we and our opponents, Organising for operations.
increasingly use and contest the virtual domain, Orchestrating and executing. through digital media and cyber The information, operations. age allows adversaries unconstrained by Western, Commanding operations. policy ethical and legal codes to exploit our, Sustaining operations. vulnerabilities in novel ways It also means that, for UK land forces and our allies and partners.
tactical success is increasingly difficult to achieve. in purely physical terms Most importantly it is not possible to translate tactical success into. desirable political outcomes without gaining favourable consensus among multiple audiences. Chapter 1 describes the nature and character of conflict and their implications for land. forces Chapter 2 summarises the national context and higher level conceptual frameworks. common across NATO which aid understanding of the land force contribution to operations. Chapter 3 explains how the concept of fighting Power is applied by UK land forces. Page 2 Page 3, ADP Land Ops, Page 2 Page 3, nature and character. of conflict, Page 2 Page 3, Page 2 Page 3, nature and character of conflict. Introduction, nature and character, 1 01 The nature and character of conflict are different of conflict. The fundamental nature of conflict does not Introduction. change it is adversarial human and political Nature of conflict. Yet each conflict has a different character Land environment. Land forces, 1 02 The timeless aspects of land conflict are the. Character of conflict, nature of conflict the land environment and the.
Implications, inherent attributes of armies The character of. conflict changes continuously as a consequence, Principles of War. of a number of factors including the politics and, technology of the age and each conflict s unique. causes participants technology and geography, When the UK is a participant our particular political economic geographic. and historical position becomes a factor in the character of the conflict that we. experience Because each conflict is unique a single description of the character. of contemporary conflict is not possible But it is important to understand the. factors that influence character and the general implications of those factors. provide clear military information concerning the most up to date experience and best practice available for commanders and troops to use for operations and training To avoid criminal liability and prosecution for a breach of health and safety law you must follow the relevant provisions of the ACOP Breaches or omissions could result in disciplinary action under the provisions of the Armed

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