Doctrine

LWD 6-0: Signals

By Army Knowledge Centre August 24, 2016


 

LWD 6-0 is the Australian Army's doctrine on Signals. It can be found at the following link.

The document provides a common understanding of the Army signals capability by detailing the foundation concepts of signals applicable to all-corps and specialist signallers, and those who wish to understand how best to employ the capability. It also considers the current and near-future environment and positions Army to take best advantage of technological advances, recognising both opportunities and threats.

Contact: ryan.jenkins [at] defence.gov.au (Command Support Doctrine Team)

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