Key Doctrine Element Definition -

key doctrine element

Term Source: CJCSM 5120.01

1.) A foundational core concept, principle, or idea of joint operations as established in approved joint doctrine text; other information in joint doctrine expands on or supports these foundational doctrine elements.

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