Lesson_02b_Intro_Principles_of__War_and_Operations_%28NXPowerLite%29

Lesson_02b_Intro_Principles_of__War_and_Operations_%28NXPowerLite%29

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1 MSL 201, Lesson 02b: Introduction to the Principles of War and Operations Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Introduction to the Principles of War and Operations
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2 MSL 201, Lesson 02b: Introduction to the Principles of War and Operations Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Objectives Identify and Describe the Principles of War Identify and Describe the Principles of Operations
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3 MSL 201, Lesson 02b: Introduction to the Principles of War and Operations Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Principles of War and Operations “The nine  principles of  war  represent the most  important nonphysical factors that affect the conduct of  operations at the strategic, operational,  and tactical  levels.”                                                      “Joint doctrine…adds three  principles of  operations  to the  traditional nine principles of war.”   rational,  and tactical  levels.” “Together with the principles of war, these  twelve groups make up the Principles of Joint Operations .”
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4 MSL 201, Lesson 02b: Introduction to the Principles of War and Operations Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Background Originally published by the Army after World War I First published and outlined in 1921 Training Regulations No. 10-5 First clarified in 1923 Infantry Journal articles First officially defined in 1949 in FM 100-5 Principles modestly adjusted as they stood the tests of analysis, experimentation, and practice Not a checklist Considered in all operations, but not applied the same in every situation They summarize characteristics of successful operations Greatest value lies in the education of military personne l
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MSL 201, Lesson 02b: Introduction to the Principles of War and Operations Revision Date: 31 July 2011 Nine Principles of War
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course MLSC 221 taught by Professor Brown during the Fall '11 term at Texas A&M.

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