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A More Usable Army: Implications of Fusion Doctrine for Land Forces


The British Army must respond to calls for reform posed by Fusion Doctrine and Global Britain. 

The British Army has set itself the task of demonstrating its utility and relevance in the context of both the National Security Capability Review’s (NSCR) Fusion Doctrine and the idea of Global Britain. Despite some indications of progress at Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) and through the creation of the 6th Division, the conceptual underpinnings of a new approach are still emerging. But by re-asserting its own view of its core characteristics and

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Oliver Major

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