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I will argue that ADRP is and wrong and incorrectly merges operational art and the operational level of war. No one argues that, art and level are synonyms.
The former is a creative process, the latter, is a location. They are clearly distinct. Army doctrine [ii], turns them into synonyms without any distinction.
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This blurring introduces a difference and friction between Army and joint doctrine, and this reduces precision in the application of operational art. My argument is, if you are thinking about solving strategic, operational, or tactical problems, you are applying operational art, regardless of your level.
The distinction should be obvious. One is thinking about solving problems, and the other is a function that bridges the gap between strategic objectives and tactical actions. However, we can fix it, and the first step is to understand what operational art and the operational level are, and more importantly, how they differ. Since operational art is a cognitive process, it exists wherever one thinks about solving problems of military operations. Operational art does not confine itself to any level or war, echelon, or type of objective. The operational level of war is not operational art.
Its purpose is to link strategic objectives with tactical actions [x], which is what campaigns and major operations do. Planning at the operational level uses operational art, but operational art is not limited to the operational level. But it gets worse. Because of the unfortunate mixing of art and level, Army doctrine ends up contradicting itself.http://ipdwew0030atl2.public.registeredsite.com/304693-tracking-facebook-on.php
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This raises a question. The joint concept of operational art says, yes, because it is problem solving. The last sentence is ambiguous. It is a clear warning of what happens if operational art, used at the operational level, does not fulfill its function. First, drop any reference to the joint definition and delete the claim that it is applicable at all levels of war.
This would end the confusing mishmash of art and levels of war. This option has a low probably of success since the J7 told the Army to use the joint definition of operational art. This would end the conflict with joint doctrine.
Third, they could get on board with the joint definitions of both operational art and the operational level of war and drop any claim to Army unique requirements. Therefore, it should accept the joint definitions of operational art and the operational level and recognize that the functions at the operational level are inherently joint in nature, not service specific. The counter argument is that if Army commanders and staffs are bridging the gap they are functioning at the operational level, not the tactical level and most likely are serving as a joint force headquarters planning campaigns and major operations where joint doctrine reigns.
So back to the original question, which paragraph correctly describes operational art and the operational level of war.