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LWP-G 7-5-1: Musorian Armed Forces – Organisations and Equipment

Click the image to access LWP-G 7-5-1 Musorian Armed Forces – Organisations and Equipment

LWP-G 7-5-1 is the Australian Army’s doctrine on Musorian Armed Forces – Organisations and Equipment.  It can be found by clicking the image above, or at the following link.

The information provided in this publication is not to be construed as a strategic or tactical assessment of any perceived or potential enemy. The aim of this doctrine is to provide a notional training enemy capable of undertaking conventional and special force operations. Consequently, the training enemy, the Musorian Armed Forces, is capable of a range of possible threats from the lowest level through to the highest level of conventional operations, such as coalition operations involving Australia. The inherent flexibility of the doctrine (the ability to develop almost any level and type of threat) will significantly reduce the impact of changing strategic guidance and provide the Australian Army with the means to develop the widest possible range of operational scenarios to meet training requirements at all levels, and against which the organisation, equipment and tactics of the Australian Army may be discussed and evaluated.

The Musorian Armed Forces represent the Australian Army’s training enemy. Joint exercises and Army experimentation also use Kamarian Military Forces.

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