Army Doctrine Publication ADP 1-02 Terms and Military Symbols August 2018 (Paperback)

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This publication supersedes and combines ADP 1-02, dated 31 August 2012, and ADRP 1-02, dated 16 November 2016 into a single modernized, updated, document for the next generation of warfare. This manual, Army Doctrine Publication ADP 1-02 Terms and Military Symbols August 2018, compiles definitions of all Army terms approved for use in Army doctrinal publications, including ADPs, FMs, and ATPs. It also includes joint terms appearing in the glossaries of Army doctrinal publications. ADP 1-02 also lists shortened forms (whether considered acronyms or abbreviations) approved for use in Army doctrinal publications. In addition, ADP 1-02 incorporates North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) terms appearing in the glossaries of Army doctrinal publications. ADP 1-02 also provides a single standard for developing and depicting hand-drawn and computer-generated military symbols for situation maps, overlays, and annotated aerial photographs for all types of military operations. It is the Army proponent publication for all military symbols, and it complies with Department of Defense (DOD) Military Standard (MIL-STD) 2525D. The symbology chapters of this ADP focus primarily on military symbols applicable to Army land operations. When communicating instructions to subordinate units, commanders and staffs from company through corps echelons should use this publication as a dictionary of operational terms and military symbols. ADP 1-02 is organized as follows: Chapter 1 presents terms. Chapter 2 presents acronyms, abbreviations, and country codes. Chapter 3 introduces military symbology fundamentals. Chapters 4 through 7 provide icons for units, individuals, organizations, equipment, installations, and activities. Chapter 8 introduces control measure symbols. Chapter 9 discusses tactical mission tasks. Chapter 10 discusses the course of action sketch. The terminology entries in chapter 1 of this publication fall into three categories: 1)Definitions applicable to the Army only. 2)Joint (DOD) definitions commonly used in Army publications. 3)North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) definitions commonly used in Army publications. For each term and definition, a proponent publication is cited in parentheses after the definition.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781727032833
ISBN-10: 1727032837
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: September 4th, 2018
Pages: 372
Language: English