Our joint/service titles form the foundation for our series of mutually-supporting military reference titles. Paired with our multi-service/specialty titles, they comprise a complete professional military library. The following is a list of joint/service titles we currently offer:
Guide to Joint, Multinational & Interagency Operations
This is the Third Revised Edition of The Joint Forces Operations & Doctrine SMARTbook, completely updated with 186 new pages from the latest versions (Aug '11) of JP 3-0 Joint Operations and JP 5-0 Joint Operations Planning. At 336 pages, it's our most comprehensive SMARTbook yet. It is designed for use by ALL SERVICES and JOINT FORCES across the tactical, operational and strategic levels of war.
A "Doctrine 2015" update is available (Change 1; see below)! However, to get the full scope of new material from Change 1 (ADP 3-0 & Doctrine 2015 SMARTupdate), along with complete and comprehensive “Doctrine 2015” reference citation, terminology and material changes fully incorporated, we recommend readers upgrade to the NEW Fifth Revised Edition of The Army Operations & Doctrine SMARTbook!
Guide to Battle Staff Operations & the Rapid Response Planning Process
The Marine Expedtionary Unit (MEU) SMARTbook is designed to be a reference for MEU and PHIBRON Commanders, MEU and PHIBRON staffs and the commanders and staffs of the Major Subordinate Elements (MSE) and Naval Support Elements (NSE) of the ARG-MEU team. Topics include: MEU mission, organization, and capabilities; MEU staff functions; mission planning (R2P2 & MCPP); mission essential tasks; standing mission briefs; MEU liaison and survey elements; appendices and reference guides; abbreviations, acronyms and glossary.
Guide to Designing, Planning & Conducting Maritime Operations
The Naval Operations & Planning SMARTbook covers essential Navy keystone warfighting doctrine and maritime operations at the JFMCC/CFMCC, Fleet and JTF levels! Providing an outline of Navy operational-level fundamentals and concepts, command, control, and organization, it bridges between the theory of operational art and the practical specific guidance that Navy commanders and staffs require to accomplish their mission.
Leader's Guide to Planning & Conducting Airpower Operations
The role of the Air Force is to defend the US and protect its interests through airpower, guided by the principles of joint operations and the tenets of airpower. Airpower is the ability to project military power or influence through the control and exploitation of air, space, and cyberspace to achieve strategic, operational, or tactical objectives. Airpower exploits the third dimension of the operational environment, the electromagnetic spectrum, and time to leverage speed, range, flexibility, precision tempo, and lethality to create effects from and within the air, space, and cyberspace domains.