What can Leaders achieve by demonstrating flexibility? Para 26 What is Integration of Army Forces? Para 27 Why is it important for Lethality of our Forces? Para 28 What must Army Leaders understand about adaptability?
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The most current edition is dated November This publication expands the discussion of the overarching guidance on unified land operations. It accounts for the uncertain and ever-changing nature of operations and recognizes that a military operation is foremost a human undertaking. This publication also forms the foundation for training and Army education system curricula on unified land operations.
An operation is a sequence of tactical actions with a common purpose or unifying theme JP 1. Army forces, as part of the joint force, contribute to the joint fight through the conduct of unified land operations.
This version of ADRP makes numerous changes from the version. The most significant changes are the updated version of tenets of unified land operations and the addition of principles of unified land operations.
ADRP modifies the definition of unified land operations to account for defense support of civil authorities. Additional changes in this version of ADRP from the version include a discussion of the characteristics that Army forces need to display in land combat and a modification of one staff task to account for Army capabilities in cyberspace. SMARTbooks can be used as quick reference guides during operations, as study guides at education and professional development courses, and as lesson plans and checklists in support of training.
Number Of Books
ADRP 3-0 Operations, 11 NOV 16