Rack FC – Concepts & Doctrine

Aisle F — Force Structure

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This rack is focused on concepts and doctrine from which the defense enterprise (especially the services) determine their force structure requirements.

Shelf FC.00 — General

This shelf focuses on the processes associated with the development of concepts and doctrine that drives structure decisions (and also spills over into modernization — see Aisle M). The inclusion of actual unclassified concepts and doctrine is for the purposes of examining the intellectual energy and processes associated with their production, not in the concepts themselves.

Faculty Publications:
  • None.
Laws, Policies, Memos, and Regulations (sorted by regulation number):
Strategies and Reports:
Commentaries (inclusion does not represent endorsement):

Shelf FC.CA — Army Concepts

This shelf contains examples of Army concept documents (unclassified / releaseable) and related white papers past and present.

White Papers:
Concept Documents:
Commentaries (inclusion does not represent endorsement):

Title image credit:  U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command and Joint Concepts Library, public domain.