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It evolved to Active Defense doctrine in 1973 and then to AirLand Battle in 1982.
Air integration into dynamic land maneuver later became known as AirLand Battle. (2) Once the Cold War ended, the focus shifted to state actors with capable navies, such as China and Iran, and joint doctrine expanded to include Air-Sea Battle.
Effectively employing these technologies further required new operational and doctrinal innovations, notably Follow-On Forces Attack and AirLand Battle. Organizational innovation was another matter.
It also reflects the desire to replicate the success of AirLand Battle, which is arguably the most significant case of developing a concept and then materializing capabilities across the DOTMLPF spectrum (Doctrine, Organization, Training, Material, Leadership Education, Personnel, and Facilities).
As a result of these problems, the book describes how senior Army leadership in the 1970s and 1980s implemented new concepts, doctrine, programs, and equipment such as AirLand Battle, Return of Forces to Germany (REFORGER) exercises, Field Manual 100-5, various weapon systems, and the National Training Center to attempt positive transformation of the force and regain high-end combat effectiveness.
The US-developed AirLand Battle doctrine--which combined advanced air defenses, deep fire capabilities, and maneuver warfare for ground forces--sought to counter the Warsaw Pact's plans for a blitzkrieg-style campaign designed to advance quickly through NATO's forward lines.
The example of the US "AirLand Battle" concept (published in 1981) is relevant for the argumentation.
There is also discussion of how PattonAEs ideas led to the AirLand Battle doctrine of the 1980s.
We lack the general experiences of Soldiers from previous generations who trained AirLand Battle and understood the nuances of planning for and dealing with a wider spectrum of enemy capabilities.
Army and Air Force AirLand Battle and it became known as Follow on Forces Attack.
The last AOC that most of us are familiar with is AirLand Battle. This concept was developed for a known threat with known capabilities in a known region.