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JointSpecOps OperationalProcedures(93)

JointSpecOps OperationalProcedures(93)

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JOINT SPECIALOPERATIONSOPERATIONAL PROCEDURES
25 AUGUST 1993
 
A large body of joint doctrine (and its supporting tactics, techniques,and procedures) has been and is being developed by the US Armed Forcesthrough the combined efforts of the Joint Staff, Services, and combatant
commands.
The following chart displays an overview of the development
process for these publications.
MAKING A JOINT PUB
PROJECTPROPOSAL
. ,
All joint doctrine and tactics, techniques,and procedures are organizedinto a comprehensive hierarchy.Joint Pub 3–04 .1 is located in the
operations series of joint publications .Joint Pub 1–01,"Joint Publication System, "
provides a detailed list of
all joint publications.
Joint pubs are also available on CD–ROM throughthe Joint Electronic Library
(JEL) .
For information,
contact :
Joint
Doctrine Division, J-7,7000 Joint Staff Pentagon
Washington, D. C.
20318–7000 .
 
Reply ZIP Code: Joint Pub 3-05.320318-0400 25 August 1993MEMORANDUM FOR: Distribution ListSubject: Joint Publication 3-05.3, "Joint Special OperationsOperational Procedures"1. This publication has been prepared under the direction of theChairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. It sets forth doctrine andtactics, techniques, and procedures to govern the joint activities andperformance of the Armed Forces of the United States.2. Recommendations for changes to this publication should be submittedto the Director for Operational Plans and Interoperability (J-7), 7000Joint Staff, Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 20318-7000.3. When a Joint Staff directorate submits a proposal to the Chairman ofthe Joint Chiefs of Staff that would change source document informationreflected in this publication, that directorate will include a proposedchange to this publication as an enclosure to its proposal.4. The Military Services and other organizations are requested tonotify the Director, J-7, Joint Staff, when changes to source documentsreflected in this publication are initiated.5. Additional copies of this publication can be obtained throughService publication centers.6. This publication supersedes JCS Pub 20, Volume II, 20 May 1983.7. Local reproduction is authorized and access to this unclassifiedpublication is unrestricted. However, access to and reproductionauthorization for classified joint publications must be in accordancewith DOD Regulation 5200.1-R.8. The lead agent for this publication is the Commander in Chief, USSpecial Operations Command.

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