Guidance

UK terminology supplement to NATOTerm (JDP 0-01.1)

Endorsed UK joint definitions that are additional national definitions to the NATO terminology database (NATOTerm).

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Joint Doctrine Publication 0-01.1: UK Terminology Supplement to NATOTerm (2019 edition)

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Joint Doctrine Publication 0-01.1, UK terminology supplement to NATOTerm (2019 Edition) provides the defence community with endorsed UK joint definitions that are additional national definitions to the NATO terminology database (NATOTerm).

Terminology forms a foundation for common understanding, and therefore builds interoperability. The 2012 direction by Chief of the Defence Staff and Permanent Under Secretary to ‘put NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organisation) at the heart of defence’, has also been adhered to for terminology. Personnel should be aware of the terminological principles described in this publication and, when using terminology, aim to use agreed terminology whenever possible to ensure coherence across defence.

Published 1 September 2011
Last updated 25 January 2019 + show all updates
  1. Added: Joint Doctrine Publication 0-01.1: UK Terminology Supplement to NATOTerm (2019 edition)

  2. Updated the page to reflect the creation of the new edition of JDP 0-01.1.

  3. First published.