Army Multi-Domain Transformation: 'Ready to Win in Competition and Conflict'   [open pdf - 2MB]

From the Introduction: "In competition, the Army provides the Department of Defense (DoD) with foundational capabilities and capacity to shape the environment. Army forces pursue relative positional and capability advantage to support Joint and political objectives. The former is gained primarily through expanding the Global Landpower Network, in conjunction with Allies and partners. The latter is gained through the development of capabilities, force structure, doctrine and training to support multi-domain operations (MDO) at the speed of innovation. Demonstrations of joint assured power projection enhance the credibility of military deterrence, enabling policy makers to employ the right mix of diplomatic, economic, and information levers to prevent a conflict before it starts. 'Army Multi-Domain Transformation' describes why and how the U.S. Army must transform to enhance our core competencies and become a multi-domain force, with the right capabilities in the right place to enable the Joint Force to win, from competition through conflict. It further describes the application of the Multi-Domain Operations Concept, first published in 2018, across competition, crisis response, and conflict to support Joint All Domain Operations."

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U.S. Department of the Army Chief of Staff Paper No.1
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