The Warsaw Pact is known to have made plans for an aggressive, unprovoked invasion of NATO. Are there any known serious NATO plans for an aggressive, all-out attack on the Soviet Union? I am sure both sides had extensive plans for an all-out war when provoked, but did NATO ever seriously consider starting a war unilaterally?
If yes, were such plans backed up by practical preparations? For example, in Poland, maps of Western Europe were produced, with names polonised for soldiers to follow more easily. I believe Polish fleet was regularly practicing invading Denmark from the sea.
EDIT: I researched the topic a little, but I haven't found much. There is plenty of material on either side's "aggressive defence" plans, mutually-assured destruction etc. I also know of serious plans made by the Soviet Union - for example those leaked to NATO by col. Kuklinski. I never came across plans for an unprovoked attack from the NATO side.