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GRAHAM H. TURBIVILLE, JR., is a senior analyst with the Foreign Military Studies Office. Before joining FMSO, he was Chief of the Defense Intelligence Agency's Soviet/Warsaw Pact Strategic Operations Branch, and served in a variety of other DIA assignments dealing with combined arms operations, strategic mobility, mobilization, and regional conflict. Dr. Turbiville's work has appeared in numerous military journals and books. He is the editor of The Voroshilov Lectures: Materials From the Soviet General Staff Academy, a multivolume series addressing a range of strategic, operational, and tactical issues, and is also the editor of the international journal, Low Intensity Conflict and Law Enforcement.
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Authored by COL (RET) William W. Mendel, Dr. Graham H. Turbiville, Jr..
The authors report their observations of the different ways combatant commanders-in-chief (CINCs) produce a strategy document, and suggest that new joint doctrine is needed to bring a degree of regularity and orderliness to the CINCs' strategic planning process. The CINCs' Strategies: The Combatant Command Process provides a brief look at the CINCs' strategy objectives and concepts in order to place the planning process in context.