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B-GL-300-001 Operational Level Doctrine for the Canadian Army (1998)

B-GL-300-001 Operational Level Doctrine for the Canadian Army (1998)

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The Army classifies its activities during peace and conflict other than
war as operations other than war. In peace, the purpose of military forces is to
take part in activities in support of the civil authorities either at home or abroad,
to contribute to deterrence and to train for combat operations. During conflicts
other than war, the government may call upon the Army to carry out operations
with the purpose of supporting the overall policy to resolve or end a conflict.

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The military response to war is called war fighting. In prosecuting
war, one side seeks to impose its will by engaging the enemy in protracted
combat with the full economic, political, and social resources of the nation.

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The continuum of operations also encompasses the concepts of combat
and non-combat operations as outlined in B-GL-300-000/FP-000.

CONDITIONS

PEACE

CONFLICT

WAR

STRATEGIC MILITARY RESPONSE

OPERATIONS OTHER THAN WAR

WARFIGHTING

COMBAT OPERATIONS

OPERATIONAL MILITARY MEANS

NON-COMBAT OPERATIONS

Figure 1-1: The Continuum of Operations Projected on the Spectrum of Conflict

Conduct of Land Operations

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B-GL-300-001/FP-000

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