The U.S. Army is releasing its new multidomain operations doctrine. This is the Army's first new doctrine since 1982 and focuses on three phases of multidomain operations, including competition crisis, and armed conflict.
"U.S. Army Adopts New Multidomain Operations Doctrine" - DefenseNews
"The Army’s new manual reflects nearly five years spent by the service first developing multidomain operations as a warfighting concept and later as a doctrine...The doctrine lays out three phases of multidomain operations: competition, crisis and armed conflict. It addresses the challenge of peer competitors using layered capabilities at standoff range to deter, requiring the U.S. as well as its partners and allies to use redundant, land-based capabilities to destroy or degrade threat-networked intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities as well as long-range fires, the field manual explains."
According to DefenseNews, the new doctrine will debut this week as part of the Association of the United States Army's
Annual Meeting; agenda and links to recorded meetings can be found here: https://www.army.mil/article/260760/ausa_2022_annual_meeting_and_exposition_schedule