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Pamphlets and Handbooks

The information available on this page is for historical purposes and does not necessarily reflect the most current doctrinal practice.

Unity of Effort Framework

Unified Action Handbooks

Joint and Coalition Warfighting Center Pamphlets

Part of the “Joint Doctrine Series” of pamphlets produced by the Joint and Coalition Warfighting Center, these documents are intended to facilitate changes to joint doctrine based on the good ideas and other results that emerge from the Joint Concept Development and Experimentation (JCDE) Program and related joint experiments.

J7/J9 Pamphlet, Executive Summary of the Unified Action Handbook Series, 27 January 2010

JWFC Pamphlet, US Government - Draft Planning Framework for Reconstruction, Stabilization, and Conflict Transformation, 1 December 2005

Joint and Coalition Warfighting Center Handbooks

These publications are meant to be a resource tool for the joint force commander, joint force headquarters, and the joint force components. Though consistent with joint and Service doctrine, they are not doctrinal publications.

Planner's Handbook for Operational Design, 07 October 2011

Commander's Handbook for Persistent Surveillance, 20 June 2011

Commander’s Handbook for Attack the Network, 20 May 2011

Commander’s Handbook for Joint Support to Distributed Forces, 15 April 2011

Integrated Financial Operations Commander’s Handbook, 02 November 2010

Handbook for Armed Private Security Contractors in Contingency Operations, 23 February 2010

Joint and Coalition Warfighting Center White Papers

Pre-doctrinal research white papers intended to promote doctrinal change based on sound concepts, emerging best practices, and joint operational experience. These papers do not represent approved joint doctrine, but rather report on the analysis of a specific topic, informing the doctrine development process.

None currently available.