عنوان مقاله [English]
The change in the nature of the battles has necessitated a reassessment of the capabilities and weaknesses of the aggressor and the insider forces. The experience of the recent wars in the region shows that a kind of war has appeared with a particular complexity, which involves the use of a combination of conventional and unconventional means to destabilize target countries. On the other hand, the use of military units, especially airborne units in the battlefield, requires preparation of various plans that are appropriate to future conditions, so before the war begins, much effort is needed to increase the combat readiness of these forces. In hybrid warfare situations, with regard to airborne capabilities, similar to these types of threats, the question arises: is there no need to develop the Army Aviation doctrine? In this paper, after examining recent hybrid wars and recognizing the airborne capabilities and geostrategic position of Iran, it was concluded that the need to develop the Army Aviation doctrine in hybrid wars was felt more than ever. In fact, this paper aimed to assess the need to develop the Army Aviation doctrine in hybrid warfare. This research is descriptive-analytical and finally, some suggestions are presented.