Joint Doctrine for Homeland Defense

The Department of Defense last month came out with Joint Publication 3-27, Homeland Defense, which lays out military policy for homeland security. Not, perhaps, the most exciting or groundbreaking Joint Publication ever burped up by the Joint Chiefs, but some parts are certainly interesting; in particular, Appendices D and E, respectively, list key Homeland Security and legal policy documents for the military, and the references used to produce the publication.

(Thanks to SallyC at the Naval Postgraduate School’s Homeland Security Digital Library weblog, which would be a seriously invaluable resource for homeland security-related information if they’d stop linking to so many documents on the NPS intranet. Hint, hint.)

Published in: General, Security | on August 7th, 2007| Comments Off on Joint Doctrine for Homeland Defense

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