Recent Updates
Joint Logistics course launched, September 2014
The JP 4-0 course outlines how the joint logistics enterprise is used to project and sustain a logistically ready joint force by leveraging DOD, interagency, nongovernmental agencies, multinational, and industrial resources. The core logistic functions are presented as a framework to facilitate integrated decision making, enable effective synchronization and allocation of resources, and optimize joint logistic processes.

Joint Intelligence course launched, August 2014
A new DOCNET course, drawn from JP 2-0, Joint Intelligence, is now available. The purpose of this course is to provide a general understanding of the management and integration of intelligence into military operations.

Doctrine for the Armed Forces of the United States, October 2013
A new DOCNET course, drawn from JP 1, is now available. This course is designed to introduce military professionals to doctrine for unifed action by the Armed Forces of the United States.

Stability Operations, October 2013
A new DOCNET course, drawn from JP 3-07, is now available. This course is designed to provide the military professional with knowldege of key doctrinal concepts related to Stability Operations.

Joint Operation Planning course launched (August 2013)
A new DOCNET course, drawn from JP 5-0, Joint Operation Planning, is now available. This course is designed to provide the military professional with knowledge of the key doctrinal concepts related to joint operational planning.
Joint Task Force Headquarters course launched (August 2013)
A new DOCNET course, drawn from JP 3-33, Joint Task Force Headquarters, is now available. This course is designed to provide the military professional with knowledge of the key doctrinal concepts related to the formation and employment of a joint task force (JTF) headquarters to command and control joint operations.
Interorganizational Coordination course launched (July 2013)
A new DOCNET course, drawn from JP 3-08, Interorganizational Coordination During Joint Operations, is now available. This course is designed to introduce military professionals to joint doctrine for the coordination of military operations with US Government agencies; state, local, and tribal governments; intergovernmental organizations, nongovernmental organizations, and the private sector.