Guidance

Allied joint doctrine for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defence (AJP-3.8(A))

Operational guidance for NATO commanders planning, executing, and supporting NATO operations.

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This publication has been replaced by AJP-3.8: Allied Joint Doctrine for comprehensive chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defence (Edition B) published by NATO Standardization Office in August 2018

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AJP-3.8(A) provides NATO strategic and operational commanders with fundamental principles for the planning, execution, and support of NATO operations for which the threat and/or risk of intentional or accidental use of chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) substances are either assessed or exist.

Published 13 July 2017