JFQ Article: Getting the Joint Functions Right

Very happy to have a piece appear in Joint Force Quarterly (https://ndupress.ndu.edu/Portals/68/Documents/jfq/jfq-94/jfq-94_108-112_Crosbie.pdf?ver=2019-07-25-162025-397)

The article (.pdf) provides a short history of what are known as the joint functions, a set of prioritized areas described in US and NATO doctrine and intended to help commanders make the best use of their resources. The history was reconstructed through digitized copies of old doctrine and is my first attempt at developing a foundation for a sociology of the operational level of war