capstone publications
The top group of joint doctrine publications in the hierarchy of joint publications. Capstone publications link joint doctrine to national strategy and the contributions of other government agencies, alliances, and coalitions. See also above-theline publications; below-the-line publications; joint publication; keystone publications.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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