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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 commander’s concept of operations expresses his intentions on the
use of forces, time and space to achieve his objectives, and how the available
resources are to be utilized. The concept should also include the desired end-
state which should exist when the operation is terminated. The operational
commander may be required to submit his concept of operations to the strategic
authority for approval.

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Once the commander has determined the overall concept and intent of
the campaign, and a tentative sequence of operations, he must provide sufficient
guidance for staff and subordinates to focus the detailed planning through the
campaign plan.

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