Line of Operation

1. Lines of operation describe how military force is applied in time and space through decisive points on the path to the enemy' center of gravity. The progress towards the enemy's center of gravity and the destruction of the enemy's critical vulnerabilities, resulting in a decisive point, may be measured by operational milestones. (AFPM 3-8-1) 2. Is a line that defines the directional orientation of a force in time and space in relation to the enemy and links the force with its base of operations and objectives. (PAM 3-00)

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