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Department of the Army TRADOC Regulation 25-36

Headquarters, United States Army C1

Training and Doctrine Command

Fort Eustis, Virginia 23604-5700
4 September 2012
Information Management: Publishing and Distributing
THE TRADOC DOCTRINE PUBLICATION PROGRAM

FOR THE COMMANDER:


OFFICIAL: MARK MACCARLEY

Major General, U.S. Army

Deputy Chief of Staff

CHARLES E. HARRIS, III

Colonel, General Staff

Deputy Chief of Staff, G-6


History. This is administrative change 1 to United States (U.S.) Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Regulation 25 36, dated 15 June 2012.
Summary. This TRADOC regulation prescribes policy for TRADOC’s management and development of Army doctrine publications as well as for TRADOC’s role in developing joint, multi-Service, and multinational doctrine. It defines responsibilities for all aspects of the Army doctrine process.
Applicability. This regulation applies to TRADOC organizations responsible for developing Army doctrine and who are the lead for developing multi-Service doctrine. It advises proponents when to develop training circulars (TCs) and technical manuals (TMs) in lieu of doctrine. It also applies to non-TRADOC organizations performing similar work under a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with TRADOC.
Proponent and exception authority. The proponent of this regulation is the Commanding General (CG), United States Army Combined Arms Center (USACAC), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Army management control process. This regulation contains management control provisions in accordance with Army Regulation (AR) 11-2, but it does not identify key management controls that must be evaluated.

Supplementation. Supplementation of this regulation and establishment of command and local forms is prohibited without prior approval from the Commanding General, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth, ATTN: ATZL-MCK-D, 300 McPherson Avenue, Building 463, Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027-1300.
Suggested improvements. Users are invited to send comments and suggested improvements on Department of the Army (DA) Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) directly to Commanding General, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth, ATTN: ATZL-MCK-D, 300 McPherson Avenue, Building 463, Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027-1300 or via e mail at usarmy.leavenworth.mccoe.mbx.cadd-org-mailbox@mail.mil.
Distribution. This publication is available only in electronic media on the Headquarters (HQ) TRADOC Homepage at http://www.tradoc.army.mil/tpubs/.

Summary of Change
TRADOC Regulation 25-36

The TRADOC Doctrine Publication Program


Change 1, dated 4 September 2012-
Change TR 25-36, 15 June 2012, paragraph 4-5e, page 37, as follows:


  • Change paragraph 4-5e to read: “Historical files. Doctrine writers and writing teams must maintain an audit trail (historical file) of drafts and adjudicated comment matrixes containing changes and development data incorporated in the authenticated doctrine publications. See paragraph 1-4 for records management requirements associated with these files.”


Department of the Army *TRADOC Regulation 25-36

Headquarters, United States Army

Training and Doctrine Command

Fort Eustis, Virginia 23604-5700
15 June 2012
Information Management: Publishing and Distributing
THE TRADOC DOCTRINE PUBLICATION PROGRAM
FOR THE COMMANDER:
OFFICIAL: PATRICK J. DONAHUE II

Major General, U.S. Army

Deputy Chief of Staff

CHARLES E. HARRIS, III

Colonel, General Staff

Deputy Chief of Staff, G-6


History. This is a major revision to United States (U.S.) Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Regulation 25 36, 1 October 2004, which updates policy and directives and deletes obsolete information.
Summary. This TRADOC regulation prescribes policy for TRADOC’s management and development of Army doctrine publications as well as for TRADOC’s role in developing joint, multi-Service, and multinational doctrine. It defines responsibilities for all aspects of the Army doctrine process.
Applicability. This regulation applies to TRADOC organizations responsible for developing Army doctrine and who are the lead for developing multi-Service doctrine. It advises proponents when to develop training circulars (TCs) and technical manuals (TMs) in lieu of doctrine. It also applies to non-TRADOC organizations performing similar work under a memorandum of agreement (MOA) with TRADOC.
Proponent and exception authority. The proponent of this regulation is the Commanding General (CG), United States Army Combined Arms Center (USACAC), Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Army management control process. This regulation contains management control provisions in accordance with Army Regulation (AR) 11-2, but it does not identify key management controls that must be evaluated.

*This regulation supersedes TRADOC Regulation 25-36, 1 October 2004.
Supplementation. Supplementation of this regulation and establishment of command and local forms is prohibited without prior approval from the Commanding General, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth, ATTN: ATZL-MCK-D, 300 McPherson Avenue, Building 463, Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027-1300.
Suggested improvements. Users are invited to send comments and suggested improvements on Department of the Army (DA) Form 2028 (Recommended Changes to Publications and Blank Forms) directly to Commanding General, U.S. Army Combined Arms Center, Fort Leavenworth, ATTN: ATZL-MCK-D, 300 McPherson Avenue, Building 463, Fort Leavenworth, KS 66027-1300 or via e mail at usarmy.leavenworth.mccoe.mbx.cadd-org-mailbox@mail.mil.
Distribution. This publication is available only in electronic media on the Headquarters (HQ) TRADOC Homepage at http://www.tradoc.army.mil/tpubs/.

Summary of Change
TRADOC Regulation 25-36

The TRADOC Doctrine Publication Program


This revision, dated 15 June 2012…

  • Defines doctrine more broadly than the current joint definition. (Para 1-3a-c and 3-3)

  • Eliminates doctrinal literature as a category and uses only doctrine publications. (Throughout regulation)

  • Replaces Doctrine Development Process with Doctrine Process to eliminate confusion between the Doctrine Development Process (the overall process) and development (a phase of the Doctrine Development Process). (Para 4-2)

  • Removes responsibilities of United States Army Training and Doctrine Command Deputy Commanding General for Futures/Director, Futures Center; Chief, Joint and Allied Doctrine Division, Futures Center; Chief Information Office, Headquarters United States Army Training and Doctrine Command; Commanding General, United States Army Combined Arms Support Command; Commandant, United States Army War College; and Director, Air Land Sea Application Center.

  • Adds responsibilities of Director, Combined Arms Center–Training; Director, Army Capabilities Integration Center; and Deputy Chief of Staff, G-6 (Command, Control, Communications, and Computers), Headquarters, United States Army Training and Doctrine Command. (Para 2-5, 2-6, and 2-9)

  • Identifies the official repositories for doctrine storage and retrieval. (Para 5-1)

  • Adds discussion of boards, working groups, and committees. (Para 5-2)

  • Removes the doctrine matrix.

  • Adds the discussion of foreign disclosure of doctrine. (Appendix H)

  • Adds and explains differences among and gives hierarchy for Army publications: Army doctrine publications; Army doctrine reference publications; field manuals; Army tactics, techniques, and procedures; Army techniques publications; training circulars; and technical manuals. (Para 3-5 and 3-6)

  • Adds discussion of MilWiki. (Para 4-7)

  • Clarifies the proponents’ responsibilities when developing a doctrine term, definition, and symbols. (Appendix B)

  • Deletes the term “keystone” as a doctrine category.



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Contents

Page

Chapter 1 8

Chapter 1 8

Introduction 8

Introduction 8

1-1. Purpose. 8

1-2. References. 8

1-3. Explanation of abbreviations and terms. 8

1-4. Records management for doctrine materials. 9

Chapter 2 9

Chapter 2 9

Responsibilities 9

Responsibilities 9

2-1. Proponent assignment. 9

2-2. Commanding General, United States Army Training and Doctrine Command— 10

2-3. Commanding General, United States Army Combined Arms Center as TRADOC lead for doctrine— 10

2-4. Director, Combined Arms Doctrine Directorate, USACAC 14

2-5. United States Army Training Support Center (USATSC), USACAC-Training— 14

2-6. Director, Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC)— 15

2-7. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2 (Intelligence) HQ TRADOC— 15

2-8. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8 (Resource Management), HQ TRADOC 15

2-9. Deputy Chief of Staff, G-6 (Command, Control, Communications, and Computers), HQ TRADOC 15

2-10. Director, Command Safety Office, HQ TRADOC— 15

2-11. Army doctrine proponents. 15

2-12. Doctrine roles of other Army organizations. 18

Chapter 3 18

Chapter 3 18

Foundations of Doctrine 18

Foundations of Doctrine 18

3-1. Overview. 18

3-2. Concepts. 19

3-3. Army doctrine. 19

3-4. Doctrine publications. 20

3-5. Army doctrine hierarchy. 21

3-6. Other publications. 23

3-7. Characteristics of effective doctrine. 23

3-8. Doctrine publication content criteria. 25

Chapter 4 27

Chapter 4 27

Development of Doctrine 27

Development of Doctrine 27

4-1. Background. 27

4-2. The Army doctrine process. 27

4-3. Assessment. 28

4-4. Planning. 31

4-5. Development. 34

4-6. Publishing and implementation. 41

4-7. MilWiki doctrine. 44

Chapter 5 45

Chapter 5 45

Doctrine Publication Management 45

Doctrine Publication Management 45

5-1. Official repositories for doctrine storage and retrieval. 45

5-2. Boards, working groups, and committees. 45

5-3. Management tools. 46

Appendix A 48

Appendix A 48

References 48

References 48

Appendix B 50

Appendix B 50

Terminology and Symbology 50

Terminology and Symbology 50

Appendix C 55

Appendix C 55

Doctrine Publication Numbering System 55

Doctrine Publication Numbering System 55

Appendix D 58

Appendix D 58

Estimated Time Values for Doctrine Development 58

Estimated Time Values for Doctrine Development 58

Appendix E 62

Appendix E 62

Fiscal Year Doctrine Development Guidance 62

Fiscal Year Doctrine Development Guidance 62

Appendix F 63

Appendix F 63

Army Universal Task List Submissions 63

Army Universal Task List Submissions 63

Appendix G 65

Appendix G 65

Example of a Published Change to a Manual 65

Example of a Published Change to a Manual 65

Appendix H 68

Appendix H 68

Foreign Disclosure of Doctrine 68

Foreign Disclosure of Doctrine 68

Glossary 70

Glossary 70



Table C-1. Functional categories, number series, and doctrine/proponent titles 56

Table C-1. Functional categories, number series, and doctrine/proponent titles (continued) 57

Table E-1. [Proponent’s] doctrine development workload, FY___ 62



Figure List

Figure 2-1. Army doctrine publications, doctrine proponents, and approval authorities 11

Figure 2-2. Army doctrine proponents 17

Figure 3-1. Army doctrine hierarchy 23

Figure 4-1. Army doctrine process 28

Figure 4-2. Program directive format 33

Figure 4-3. Example of line-in/line-out format 39

Figure 4-4. Service doctrine centers 40

Figure 4-5. Program directive, publication, DA Form 260 approval 42

Figure C-1. Doctrine publication numbering 58

Figure D-1. Estimated time values for doctrine development 62

Figure G-1. Example of a change transmittal sheet 66

Figure G-2. Example of a change table of contents 67

Figure G-3. Example of a change authentication page 68






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