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ADP Ops

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Transcript of ADP Ops

ADP Ops
Capstone 'Land' doctrine

Subordinate to strategic level doctrine:
JDP 1 - British Defence Doctrine
JDP 01 - Campaigning


4 enduring principles of ADP Land Operations
Integrity of purpose
The application and threat of force
The nature and character of conflict
Enduring philosophy and principles
Government
People
Military
Strategic
Operational
Tactical

AF Covenant
Democracy
Commit violence for the people
Risk death and injury
Undertake hardship
Follow the rules set by society
Legitimise military force
Remember the sacrifices made
Support in adversity
Equip with appropriate resources
=
Threaten force
Threat fails
Apply force
Only one of the levers of government power:
Diplomatic

Information

Military

Economic

Nature = Enduring
Character = Evolving
Friction
Uncertainty
Violence and danger
Human stress
Connected
Contested
Congested
Cluttered
Constrained
Philosophy

Principles

Practices

Procedures

Conceptual and descriptive
Specific descriptions
How activity is done
How practices are linked

The manoeuvrist approach, enabled by mission command.
Enduring philosophy
Manoeuvre
The Manoeuvrist approach
Indirect
Strengths
vs
Weakness
Attacks all the components of fighting power
An attitude of mind
The Manoeuvrist Approach
Fundamental requirements
Attitude of mind
+
Practical knowledge
+
Philosophy of command
Skills
Understand the situation
Influence perceptions
Seize and hold initiative
Break adversary's will and cohesion
Protect own will and cohesion
Enhancements
Simplicity
Flexibility
Tempo
Momentum
Simultaneity
Air dimension
Mission Command
"The fundamental guiding principle is the absolute responsibility to act, or in certain circumstances not to act, within the framework of a superior commander's intent"
Freedom of action
Unity of effort
Principles of mission command
Unity of effort
Specified main effort
Freedom of action
Trust
Mutual understanding
Timely and effective decision making
" an attitude of mind"
Requires:
Is enabled by:
Can be enhanced by:
Integrated Action
"The deliberate use and orchestration of land force and supporting capabilities and activities to affect actors' perceptions, physical capability, will and cohesion, in order to change or maintain their behaviour"
Land Manoeuvre
Info.
Activity
Capacity
Building
Joint
Fires
Physical
capability
Perceptions
Will and
cohesion
Behaviour
Actions
(
Taken by the force
)
Effects
(Perceived by actors)
Outcomes
(Behaviour)
Understanding
If there is an enduring nature to war, then our
understanding
of war must also be enduring.

If the character of war evolves, then the way we
conduct
war must also evolve.
Audiences
Actors
Adversaries
Enemies
Contemporary information environment
Integrated approach
Joint and multinational operations
(Manoeuvrist approach remains sound)
Implementation
An attitude of mind.
Application by the Army.
Primary role = combat
PREE cycle
New doctrinal frameworks
OPERATIONAL FRAMEWORK
Understanding
Shaping
Decisive
Sustaining
Protecting
(The structure of the scheme of manoeuvre for BG level and above)
That activity that is essential to the achievement of the mission
TACTICAL FRAMEWORK
Find
Fix
Strike
Exploit
(The engagement sequence for BG level and below)
Find includes: Collection of information from the population, and generating a 'feel' of current behaviour.
Exploit includes: Intelligence exploitation as well as manoeuvre.
TACTICAL FUNCTIONS
Command
Understanding
Information activity
Fires
Manoeuvre
Protection
Sustainment
War is the continuation of politics by other means
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