Joint Publication Executive Summary Podcasts
Each DOCNET Executive Summary Podcast has been primarily drawn without
interpretation from the executive summary of its corresponding Joint Publication. These podcasts are intended to provide an authoritative high-level summary of the key concepts
and doctrine encompassed within a Joint Publication rather than a detailed accounting of
any specific doctrine.

Additional information about specific joint doctrine can be found within relevant joint publications on the publicly accessible Joint Electronic Library or the military's Joint Doctrine, Education and Training Electronic Information System (JDEIS)
Recent Updates
JP 5-0 Podcast, March 2015
The JP 5-0 podcast outlines role of Joint Operation Planning. It discusses the Adaptive Planning and Execution (APEX) system, Strategic Direction, and the relation of Operational Art and Operational Design to the Joint Operation Planning Process.

JP 1-0 Podcast, March 2015
This podcast discusses the Organization, Functions, and Principles of Personnel Support, describes roles and responsibilities for Personnel Support to Joint Operations, and provides and overview of Joint Personnel Planning, including Personnel Estimate, Joint Manning Document, and Global Force Management.

JP 2-0 Podcast, December 2014
This podcast outlines the principles of joint intelligence and provides an overview of intelligence organizations and responsibilities to include intelligence support to planning, executing, and assessing joint operations.

JP 3-0 Podcast, November 2014
This podcast introduces Joint Operations as an Instrument of National Power, and as part of Unified Action. It outlines the Art of Command for joint force commanders, and describes the joint functions of Command and Control, Intelligence, Fires, Movement and Maneuver, Protection, and Sustainment.

JP 1 Podcast, September 2014
The new JP 1 Podcast outlines taxonomies relating to war, warfare, campaign, and operation, as well as policy, strategy, doctrine, and concepts. It also adds Capstone-level discussions of joint concepts and assessment, and introduces the principles of joint force development.