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This publication was replaced by: Shaping a stable world: The Military contribution (JDP 05) published by DCDC in March 2016 This publication is no longer authoritative and has been archived.

This publication was replaced by: Shaping a stable world: The Military contribution (JDP 05) published by DCDC in March 2016 This publication is no longer authoritative and has been archived. JDP 3-40 SECURITY AND STABILISATION: THE MILITARY CONTRIBUTION

JOINT DOCTRINE PUBLICATION 3-40

SECURITY AND STABILISATION: THE MILITARY CONTRIBUTION Joint Doctrine Publication 3-40 (JDP 3-40) dated November 2009 is promulgated as directed by the Chiefs of Staff

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This publication was replaced by: Shaping a stable world: The Military contribution (JDP 05) published by DCDC in March 2016 This publication is no longer authoritative and has been archived. JDP 3-40 SECURITY AND STABILISATION: THE MILITARY CONTRIBUTION

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