Joint Chiefs of Staff Washignton United States
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1. Scope. The purpose of this joint doctrine note JDN is to provide guidance to plan, execute, and assess identity activities. 2. Purpose. A JDN is a publication that is intended to facilitate information sharing on problems and potential solutions as a supporting effort of formal joint doctrine development and revision. It provides a short term bridging solution to potential doctrine gaps. This JDN specifically addresses how identity capabilities may be coordinated and integrated to generate effects across all phases of an operation or campaign. It supplements current joint doctrine and provides context for identity activities across the range of military operations. This document was developed using current joint doctrine, extant procedures, and existing policy guidance. This JDN does not necessarily describe a position of consensus across the joint force, but it does socialize identity activities-related information and procedures in a non-authoritative document that commanders and staffs can use, as appropriate.
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
- Military Intelligence